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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
a Waters of tie Moon 's Heliclon Sp Healing Mineral Springs r Helidon Spa is one of Nature's most bountiful gifts to Australia. By the force of its own aeration it shoots many feet in the air, from a depth of over one thousand feet below the earth's sur face. Compounded in Na ture's great laboratory, it is far superior to any artifici ally-prepared mineral water, the best and the worst of which are merely man-made imitations of the work of the great Alchemist. .. -T/ LL mineral waters possess certain medicinal properties, and Helidon Spa has "been proved by analysis to closely approxi mate in quality to that of the world-famous German spa at Baden Baden. Wherever mineral springs exist, man has not "been slow to appreciate their curative qualities. When the first white men came to Helidon the blacks told them of the wonder ful health-giving water, which made the sick strong and the strong stronger. The Brisbane tribes spoke of them as "Gooneel Goong," which means "water from the moon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
CONTENTS 9 Pag© Chess and Draughts aca kjj sza 2 Sunday Heading ^ ^ ^ ^ sgh ^ World of Fiction xx aqc xx lcs ksi 8-7 Humorist ?*■% bob Ks ace. bob jgj 7 Woman's World ** 9-14 World of Sport 205 eq] nca see are 19-25 News in Brief A:B 533 103 toa oca 26 Notes of tlio Weels -res ssb sra 31 Peeryfcingle Papers sck are sra es 32 Cables «-«; s»:«3 »je as ee ace roc sea 32 Impoundings ^ aoa »3J wa cos 38 Markets and Commercial :e: 53 37-38 Young Folks •; ,. . «'•: Dui 39 Answers to Correspondents, kh 40 Mining • &lt; :*•_*: >j£ :«~»• [g^£ >iic act 41-42 Agriculture ^ :0: em^ji a.»: 46-51 Horticulture ,:* &lt;! > &lt; »: [•!•: :o: 52-53 Poultry and Kennel r» . 51-55 Special Advertisements. EES PERPETUAD EXECUTORS & TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. DIRECTORS.—W. M. Hyndman, Esq., Chair man; Colin Templeton, Esq.; Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A.; Harry P. Henty, Esq. All Executors, Trustees and Agency Business Undertaken. Will and Other Forme of A...
THE WEEKLY TIMES SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 191[?]. TWO NEGLECTED INDUSTRIES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 191*. TWO NEGLECTED INDUSTRIES About two years ago bitter com-' plaints were heard from farmers who had raised or fattened droves of pigs, and were unable to find a remunera tive market. In many cases where roads were bad and distances long, the ruling rates hardly paid for transit, let alone the other charges incidental to stock raising. To-day in the dif ferent markets of the State the de mand is entirely above the supply. During the holidays many housewives were compelled to eliminate the cus tomary piece of ham or bacon from the Christmas menu; and at present the high prices ruling preclude these articles from a place on many a sub urban table. This is an anomalous position in a country in which the dairying industry is so firmly estab lished. Denmark, the country to which Australians turn for guidance in these matters, sends one million carcases of pork to the British con sumer annually. The trade in pigs, therefore, adds materially to the in come of the D...
Crossed the Bar [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
Mr John Hill Osborne, a resident of the Goldsborough district for 40 years, died at St. Arnaud, aged 89 years. Mr Osborne was a native of Penzance, Cornwall, and was a colonist of 6 4 years. Mr George Crawford, one of the first to engage in farming, near Yarra wonga, died, aged 62. He had been a resident of Yarrawonga for nearly 40 3rears and was one of the leading mem bers of the Yarrawonga and Border Agricultural and Pastoral Association. Mrs Ann Summers died at Beau fort, aged 86 3rears. She was born in London and had resided in Victoria for 68 years, and for two years in New South Wales. She had been a resi dent of Beaufort district for many years. Four daughters and two song survive her. Mr Robert Stokeld died at Ballarat, aeed 82 years. He was father of W. H. Stokeld, of the Ballarat Stocltf Exchange, and cousin of Mr J. Atklim qon a former champion sprinter of Eng«&lt; land Mr Stokeld was himself a -weiU known athlete, and trained many of thq [leading sprinters and di...
Wills an dEstates [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
m i ■ ^'i f, ii James Carroll, late of YarroweyahV bachelor, farmer, left real estate valued at £2309 and personal estate £97 3 to relatives. William Johnston, late of TongloV West Gippsland, left real estate of thl value of £10,079, and personal estate £343.0 to the widow and children. Mary Brown, late of High street, Bt. ECilda, widow, left real estate of the val no of £5500 and personal estate £270 to relatives. Caroline Parker, late of Tarlee, Or rong road, Toorak, widow, left estate sworn at £3900, consisting wholly of personalty, which is left to her child ren. Isaac Tunstall, late of 47 Clara street, South Yarra, retired stud groom, left property valued at £2880, consisting wholly of personalty, to his children and brother. Walter Henry Humphries, late of •Shepparton, carpenter, left estate valued at £1111, consisting oC realty £400* and personalty £705, to his mo ther, brothers, and sisters. Robert Hamilton Smyth, Tate of Wo donga, commission agent, left real es tate valued ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
All Beekeepers' Supplies. . ITALIAN QUEENS. Only 1st Prize Royal Show* 80-pa«® Illustrated CataloguQ " Free. Every Requisite sujw filled, JHiyes, ietq. 'The Sim* ; , pleJJapplng Treater. £1/10/^ ,W. J. -and F. Barnes. ■ ; c r \ ^ HAST . MELBOURNE!, i v .Pender , Bros., , MaRufao* turers. New South W&1-3&).
SALE OF VINEYARD RUTHERGLEN DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
SALE OF VINEYARD RUTHEIRGLEJN DISTRICT The old-established property known as Emu Vineyard, JElutherglen, has been purchased (through Messrs A. A. Pig-gin and Company, of Corowa), by Mr Alan Burgoyne, M.P., as an addition to the properties he and his brothers already own . Jn that" district. . Emu Vineyard has ;long belong family, after whom tlie, gojid,'mines apd township oi.. iPrentice Freehold ■-^have be&n named; ^ Th^^inej^rd ipivp^ei't^, which is ohe>of thfe finest in th^ Stat^v ieMeridSc to ^ T^Hefyin^s Jpiantod are ***" SNresistant stocks.
GENERAL NOTES Women Accountants [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
Women Accountants - Victorian women are still denied en-, trance to the Institute of Accountants, yet numbers of business men admit that women show particular aptitude for, accountancy work. ^ In view of this opposition, it is inf.' teresting to know that a woman is re'r sponsible for keeping the accounts oft the Post Office, Savings Bank, London/* considered to be one of the greatest banking' institutions in the world. Her name is Miss M. C. Smith, and her position is that of superintendent of women clerks. The accounts of 10,000,000 depositors depend on her, in the final analysis, for accurate keep ing. She thinks that women, far from being constitutionally deficient as | mathematicians, have a particular i faculty for figures, and. that all that is needed to bring it out is training. ! To prove her point, she calls atten tion to the fact that when she first became superintendent, more than thirty years ago, there were only 60 women in her charge, nearly all the work being in the ...
SYDNEY PRICES LATEST QUOTATIONS. (From Our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
SYDNEY PRICES LATEST QUOTATIONS. (From Our Correspondent.) The prices ruling in the Sydney markets on Jam 21 were as follow:— Wheat.—On spot, 3/5^ to 3/6; at country stations, 3/1 to 8/1%; February to March de liveries.. 8/6%. Fodder. —Chaff : Victorian wheaten, £5; oaten hay, Victorian, £4/5/ to £4/10/ per ton. Lucerne, Hunter River choice, new green, large bales, £5; heavy, new £3 to £3/10/; small bales choice, £5 to £5/5/ per ton. Barley: Cape feed, 2/6: English feed, 2/3 to 2/6; malting, 2/6 to 3/6. Maize: Yellow northern river, 4/6; Vic torian, 4/8 to 4/9. Oats.—Algerian Victorian feed, 2/4 to 2/5; milling. 2/5; seed, 2/9 per bushel. Onions: Victorian globes, £9/10/ per ton. Potatoes: Northern River, £3; Victorian new pinkeyes, £4/5/ to £4/10/. Fruit.—Apples: Cooking, 6/ to 10/; Tri j-vett, 5/ to 15/.; Carpenter, 6/ to 12/; jam lots, ! 2/6 to 3/ per gin case. Grapes: Black Ham [ burgs, 7/ to 9/; black Muscat, 9/ to 11/; cherry, 6/; white. 4/ to 5/ per half-case. J Tomatoes, 1/6...
VINES AND WINES PHYLLOXERA DISEASE THE RAVAGES DESCRIBED VALUE OF RESISTANT VINES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
. PHYLLOXERA- DISEASE — '—C, . ' s _ THE RAVAGES DESCRIBED VALUE OF RESISTANT VINES Mr G. H. Adcock, Principal of the Viticultural Station, Rutherglen, states . that by the introduction of phylloxera into Victoria nearly forty years ago. this important industry received a temporary set-back, from which it is now steadily recovering:, thanks to re constitution with American resistant vines. Among1 those who first secured some of these supposed viticultural desiderata was Mr H. King, of the Fairview Nursery, Fyansford, near Geelong. In 1877, on November .7, this gentleman's attention was attracted to a couple of his vines that were not thriving like the rest. A careful ex amination of the roots revealed the cause in the dreaded phylloxera, then seen living for the . first time in Vic toria. A thorough inspection failed to discover the pest at that time to any extent in the vineyard. So rapidly, however, did it spread that, when the vines were uprooted some six months later, it could b...
Notes from Paris [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
i Notes from Paris Pins and other hair ornaments have i assumed a new guise for women of ! fashion. Those of imitation tortoise shell amber or metal lead the way. Metal ornaments are frequently studded with rhinestones. SL*arge tortoise shell combs or big- gold pins are most becom ing hair clasps. Some women are dressing the hair very simply, coiling it tightly and adorning it with either | a tortoise shell fork or an ornament in green jasper. Peacock feathers are to be the rage for the evening coiffure, j Tunics with the crinoline effect are now ! kept widened out by bands of fur. When th§y first appeared fine wire was used to gain this effect. Drapery swathed tightly about the hips has taken the place of the broad waist band or fancy belt. For the winter, fashions will be in fluenced by the Persian and the periods of the Directoire Louis XIV., and the Second Empire. To wear with tailored suits the mus keteer glove is correct. Some of these • fasten at the wrist by means of a leath...
SUBSCRIPTIONS ACKNOWLEDGED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
SUBSCRIPTIONS ACKNOWLEDG£D. £ s. d. Broome, W. T., Dec. 26, 1914 .. .. 0 13 0 Brown, E. E., April 11. 1914 0 3 8 Curtis, Wm., December 19, 191-1 .. 0 13 0 Curtis. J.. April 11. 1911 0 3b Day. G.. April 4. 1914 0 3 3 Davidson, Miss. March 7, 1914 0 3 3 Dixon, R., January 9, 1915 .. .. .. 0 13 'J Bnever. R. A., June 27. 1914 ....0 6 b Fry, G. R 0 6 * Grasy-fort, J., January 9, 1915 0 13 0 Gardner," "NY. J., January 2, 1915 .. .. 0 13 0 Higman, F. J., January 2, 1915 .. .. 0 13 0 Hadden. J.. March 2S.~ 1914 0 3 S Johnstone. J. C., February 14. 1914 ..033 Johnstone, J.. January 16, 1915 .. .. 0 13 t> Kemp, 0., April 11, 1914 0 3 3 Leith, R., April 11, 1911 0 3 3 Laisch, C-., February 7, 1914 .. .. 0 19 Musgrove, G., March 21, 1914 .. .. 0 4 10 M'Donald, W. A.. September 12, 1914 0 13 0 M'Grath, P. T., April 4, 1914 0 3 3 Parkman, J. A.. July IS, 1914 .... 0 6 8 Royal Agricultural Society, 'Dec. 19, 1914 * 0 2 2 Stewart. R., February 20, 1915 0 15 0 Shaw, E.. April IS, 1914 0 3 3 Tave...
MEAT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
MEAT Messrs Stone and Co. report:—Beef.—Prime bodies, 22/ and 23/ per JLOOlbs.; medium bodies, 20/ and 21/ do.; prime forequarters, 17/ and 18/ do.; prime hindquarters, 27/ to )30/ do.; medium forequarters, 15/ and 16/; medium hindquarters, 25/ and 26/ do. Sheep.— Prime, 13/ and 14/ each; medium, 3d and 3%d per lb. Lamb.—Prime, 13/ and 14/ each; me dium, 10/ to 12/ each; smali, 9/. Veal.—Prime sides, large. 2%d to 3d -per lb.; medium aides, i 2%d. Calves.—Prime small, 3d to 3%d per lb.; medium, 21/£d to 2%d per lb: small, 2x,4d and 2%d. 'Pork—Prime small, 7d to 7}£d per lb.;! medium, 6d to 6%d; large, 80 to 1001b., 5^d to 6%d.
FISH AND GAME [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
FISH AND GAME January 20.—Quantities received:—Fish, 462 packages; crayfish, etc., 291 dozen; smoked and gutted barracoota, 37 cwt.; eels, 5 bags; Murray cod, 11 baskets; oysters, 10 bags; prawns, 4 baskets; rabbits, 3984 pairs; im ported fish, 2 boxes. Prices:—Fathead, bas kets 4/6 to 7/; fiathead (rock), 7/6 to 11/6 per basket; mullet, 11/ to 17/ per large box; garfish, 10/6 per basket, large boxes • 26/ to 30/; mixed fish, 10/ to 20/ do.; bream, 16/ to 25/ do.; salmon, 8/ to 9/6 do.; silverfish, large boxes 15/ to 23/; skipjacks, large boxes 18/ to 19/; trout, large boxes 15/ to 16/; whiting, baskets 9/6 to 16/6; pike, baskets 9/ to 10/; ludrek, large boxes 16/ to 17/; crayfish, 3/ to 10/6 per dozen; flounders, 5/6 to 11/6 per dozen; red mullet, 3/ to 4/ per dozen; whiting, 3/ to 7/9 per dozen; smoked barracoota, 5/ to 8/ per dozen; catfish, 2d to 2Yzd per lb.; eels, iy2d to 4d per lb.; Murray cod, 7d to-8d per lb.; Murray perch, 6d per lb; Adelaide cod, Sd per lb.; schnap per, 5...
FRUIT, ETC [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
FRUIT, ETC Trade was moderately good at tfoe Queen Victoria Market on January 20. In vegetables supplies marketed out with ready sales. In. fruits, peaches, pears, and apricots had steady sales. Dairy produce and poul try departments were dull. The fol lowing rates were realised:—Vegetables. —Beans, kidney, 18/ to 22/6 per 100 lb.; beet, 1/ to 2/ per dozen; bouquets, 3/ to 8/ do.; cabbages, 1/6 to 3/6 do,; car rots, 1/ to 1/6 dozen bunches; cress, curled, 6d to 8d per dozen bunche3; do., water, 6d to 8d do.; cucumbers, prickly, 1/6 to 2/9 per dozen; garlic, 4d to 6d per lb.; horseradish, 6d to lOd per bundle; lavender, 4d to 6d per dozen bunches; lettuce, 9d to 1/6 per dozen; marjoram, 6d to 8d per dozen bunches; mint, 6d to 8d do.; onions, dried, 7/ to .7/6 per cwt.; do., green, 6d to 8d per dozen bunches; pars ley, 4d to 6d do.; parsnips, 1/ to 1/9 do.; peas, 10/ to 16/ per 1001b.; potatoes, 4/6 to 5/ per cwt.; pumpkins, turk's caps, 3/ to 8/ per dozen; radish, 6d to 8d per dozen ...
STATION PRODUCE REPORT THURSDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914
STATION PRODUCE REPORT THURSDAY. JANUARY 15. Melbourne Woolbrokers' Association (Golds brough, Mort, and Co. Ltd., Australian Mer cantile, Land, and Finance Co. Ltd., New /Sealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd., Dalgety and Co. Ltd., Australian Estates and Mortgage Co. Ltd., Younghusband, Row, and &lt;^o. Proprietary Ltd.) report:— Sheepskins.—Average catalogues were sub mitted. Competition was keen, with an %d advance on well-grown merino pelts, other Jots showing no alteration. Hides.—Pull supplies to hand. Competition ■Tas Jteen -*a*e rates for all good condi heavies, but kips, lights, and most other, weights ruled %d to %d lower. , ■* «jred Skins.—Small suuplies offered at Monday's auction. Bidding was dull, and the market showed no alteration on the previous sales. Tallow.—Fairly good boards were submit ted,^ with local users almost out of the maricet, shippers limits being reduced. Prices were hard to maintain, and the market declined-10/ on best shipping lots, an...