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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
BALLAR4.T PRODUCE MAR KET. The quotations are:-Wheat, 3a lOd 3s lid for prime milling. Oats:-Fair feed, Is lOd to 2s for stout heavy milling. Peas, 4s to 4s 3d. Bar ley :-Prime, 3s 3d ; fair to good, 2s 9d to 3s. Cape, 2s 3d, Flour, £9. Bran, £5 5s. Pollard, £5 10s. Potatoes, new £3 5s to £3 15s. Hay : -Best chaffing, £2 2s 6d; manger, £2 5s to £2 7s 6d. Straw, 32s 6d.
Wealthiest Bridegroom. VANLOADS OF PRESENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
Wealthiest Bridegroom. VANLOADS OF PRESENTS. . That even the "quiet" wedding of a wealthy American ia a stir ring affair one can gather from a despatch from Now York which appears in "The Daily, Nesvs" of May 1, and is as follows : Mr Vincent Astor, " the world's ?wealthiest bridegroom, was mar ried to-day .. (April 30) to Miss Helen Dinsmore Huntington at Staatsbunr, New York- Owing to the bridegroom's recent serious illness the ceremony was of the quietest nature, only relatives and intimate friends of both families being present. Mr Astor, who has been suffering from lung trouble, was still weak, and his physicians: strongly advised a postponment, but he insisted upon adhering to the date originally fixed. The cereniony took place at 12.30 at ?Iopeland, the beautiful home of the Runlingtons, which adjoins Mr Astor's Staatsburp estate- The house was banked ? with orchids and spring flowers, and : the- library, in which the wedding was solemnised, was beautifully decorated. The bri...
MORE BIG SHIPS. PROVISION OF DOCK SPACE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
MORE BIG SHIPS. PROVISION OE DOCK SPACE. There is Teason to .believe that the White Star Line will shortly ordet £roin Messrs Harland and Wolff a gligholy larger vessel than the recently launched Britannic, of 50,000 tons, so as to maintain its Southampton-New York service with three big boats, the other 1 one being the Olympic, of 46,359 tons (says "The Westminister Gazette"). The fitting-out of its latest leviathan is making good pro gress,, and it is hoped to have the main engines fixed in position during the next few days. If all goes well, the Britannic will be put into com mission before the end of the year. Meanwhile, the Cunarder Aquitania, also: of-about 50,000 tons, is nearing completion at Clydebank. She will run? trials . early next month, and is due to sail from the Mersey ' for New York on May 30. Most of her best. Cabins have, ' it is said, already been .booked for the firafc-trip. - ? . - . This . week the new Hamburg American liner Vaterhnd, of 58,000 tons,. will le...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
Used to Itch Something Terrible, Broke Out in Bolls. Very Pain ful. Used Cuticura Ointment. They Disappeared Entirely, Aydca.Vie.-"Some time ago a rub cams otit oil oyer my body,! arms and logs. It mod to ftcb something terrible. After q While Ibroko out In a sort of bolli, which were Yery painful, and I triad various romo dlea without avail. Thou I got somo Cutl cur» Olntmont and after o fow applications of the Outlcura Olntmont tlicy disappeared eoMrely; I al»o may mention that my bjothor crushed hid finger while working In a mino. Ho sppllod Outlcura Olntmont with «plendld'Results and would not bo without- It.1' (Slsnod) O. G, ITroncbj: -October, 1012. ..JUNSIGHTLY'ECZEMAON FACE' ' VrV-PhdpV SV;,.6uj^.Bills,'N. S. W.'-'II : ftfid for'many- years been tortured'with eczema; on . my face. 16 Boomed to come with each winter and waa very unsightly .arid painfully itcby, usually appearing oq the forehead and nose. I tried sovoral remedies-but -with no offect. Accidentally X triod Outlc...
PUMPING OUT MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
PUMPING OUT MINUS. Fifteen tons- of water must be pumped out of ttiineB for every ton of anthracite coal produced in Pennsyl vania (says "Popular Machanics"). As the more accessible coal seams have_beon exhausted, shafts have been sunk deeper, and the volume of water to be pumped out has increased rapidly. Statistics give the produc tion of anthracite coal from the Pennsylvania fields as a little less than ,70,00p,0QQ tons of-hord coal, per year, which, on a 15 to 1 basis, makes the water pumped amount to over a billion tons in a twelvemonth. "Woods' Great Peppermint Oure, For coughs and coldB, never fails, 1/6
ALL HONOR TO THE BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
ALL HONOR-TO THE BOY. Dear, blessed, noisy, rollicking, tor menting, cbmforting Boy! Except for him how would errands be done, cliairs brought, nails driven, letters carried, twine and kniyes kept ready, lost things found, luncheon carried to picnics, three-year-olds that cry led out o£ meeting, . . . birch bark got, the horse taken around to the stable, borrowed things sent home, and all with no charge for time. Helen Hunt Jackson. A Warranted care for all Acquired or constitutions Discharges from the tJri" CLARKE'S nary Organs in either sex TheBe famous Pills alao B 41 cure Gravel, Pain's in the Back and all Kidney PILLSi Disorders. Free from meroury: Forty years' success. Sold by all Chem and storekeepers throughou' the world.
A VILLAGE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
VILLAGE MINISTER. His full name was the Reverend John Pickleby Dabbs. Everybody called him little Dabbs, even the vil lagers, with the addition of Mr. Not that they meant to be disrespectful I never knew the man who could say a disrespectful word of Dabbs. But he was little, so little that peo ple felt they didn't do him justice un less they continually referred to it. Those were prosperous days in Sliertonstone when Dabbs began his ministry. Those were the days of village industries, when you might go down the street on a summer after noon and heqr the whirl of a wheel and catch sight of busy fingers and feet through many a wide-open door. Those were the days when half-a dozen Nonconformist farmers drove their gigs up to the chapel gate and marched into the pcwB with their wives and children in front of them. Those were the days when the Ast burys and the Caters and the Kent Walshes and other old Dissenting fam ilies were the pillars of many a neigh boring cause. But now, heavy rai...
CLUNES GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
CLUNES GUN OLUB... The competition for Mr A. Clarke's . trophy was continued by the local Gun club yesterday, when Mr G. Davies secured the leg-in. The others having a leg-in are:-Messrs O. Davies, A. Davies, "Bert," G. Mclvor. For chronic chest complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 Exceptionally high shado tempera tures, constituting a record for June, are being experienced in the eastern States of America.' At Cleveland, in Ohio, the heat wave has caused the deaths of a man and an infant, and five serious cases of prostration are reported. In New York sweltering conditions are being endured, and oue death has occurred, while at Pittsburg three deaths have resulted. The heat wave is reported to have caused num. bers of deaths in the Missouri Yalley. A.N OLD NUB3E FOE CHILDREN " Mrs WinBloVB Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It Joothes the Child, Softens the GumB, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic and is the BeBt Remedy...
HINTS FOR WASH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
HINTS FOR WASH DAY. Try. washing red table linen in water in which a little borax has been dissolved. Add a few drops of ammonia to the bkie water to whiten the clothes. Clothes turned right side out, care fully folded and sprinkled, are lia'.f ironed. Sprinkle salt on a wine stain and pour hot water through it until it is gone. Wet fruit stains with alcohol or pour boiling water through them. Kerosene in the boiling water whitens clothes safely, especially such as are yellow from lying. Put in a tablespoonful to each gallon of suds. For very yellow or grimy things, make an emulsion of kerosene, clear lime water and turpentine in equal parts. Shake them together until jreamy, then add a cupful to a boiler ful of clothes and boil for half an huor. The same emulsion is good for very dirty things, such as jumpers, over alls, working shirts, children's trous ers. Use it in conjunction with strong suds, as hot as the hand can bear, and rub a little directly upon dirty grease spots. Let t...
DARING ROBBERY. MASKED MAN SECURES £3300. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
DARING ROBBERY. MASKED MAN SECURES £3300. While the pay clerk, named Miller, and a workman wore bonding beneath tho weight o£ .£3300, representing tho wages of the men of Eveleigh railway shops, Sydney, on Wednesday a fast motor-car stopped sharply beside them, and a masked nun sprang out. Covering the two railway men with a rovolvor, lie threatened to shoot if they offered any resistance. As they dropped tho box with the money and stepped back, cowed for the moment by the revolver and the! suddenness of tho attack, tho masked bandit picked up the box, and, with a heave, put it into the car. Then | ho jumped in after the uionoy, and j still covering tho two guardians of the treasure, sent tho car off at high This daring robbery took place in tho street just outside tho shops ; but the car had vanished before help could arrive. Miller drew the £3300 from the j Bank of New South gWales that morn j ing for the fortnightly pay. Ho drove from tho bank in a cab to the Wilson stroot entran...
Not Worth While. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
Not Worth While. It is certainly not worth while for anyone to endure suffering which can be avoided. Pain la really a drain on vitality. It is Impossible for anyone who suffers from pain to bo as ef ficient as if pain were absent. A large number of people, however, go through life afflicted with ailments which do not incapacitate them from performing their duties, but which decidedly pre vent them from doing their beBt. Rheumatism, gout, lumbago, sciatica neuralgia, blood disorders, anaemia, indigestion, biliousness, sick-lieadache, general debility, grave!, stone and bladder troubles ftve complaints which afflict many of us, and which are gene rally caused 'by retention of uric and biliary poisons In the system owing to defective action of the kidneys and liver, and which would disappear If the kidneys and liver properly per formed their functions. Warner's Safe Cure is a liidney and liver remedy, which has been successful in so many cases that sufferers from any of the complaints...
NOTES ON THE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
NQTES ON' THE MEETING. It should be mentioned that Mr P. M.oHugb, who purchased the property formerly owned by Mrs Hudson, kindly allowed the club to beat the hares from his grass paddook into Mr Fraser's land adjoining, on the first day. This greatly added to the success of the meeting, as a large number of courses were obtained by this moans, to the great advantage of the specta tors, who standing on the hill side, could view the whole of the ooursmg on the lower country. Mr MoHugh, however, desires to keep the hares out of this paddock in the interests of a crop adjoining, and cannot see his way to permanently allow the game to shelter there. In order that the . hares might be pre served in the vicinity, Mr W. H. Birch, who is one of the oldest sup porters of the club, made a suggestion that a smaller paddock belonging vto Mr Frasor adjoining Mr McHugh's on the west should be wire netted. This* would mean that puss could find shelter when driven from other parts, and would be ava...
COURSING. CLUNES CLUB. BIRTHDAY MEETING. SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
COURSING. OLUNES OLUB. BIRTHDAY MEETING-. SECOND DAY. The Birthday meeting of the Chines District Coursing Club wns continued and concluded on Tuesday. The weather conditions were again ideal as far as the spectators were concerned, but dog owners would have heartily .welcomed a shower or two of rain to soften tho ground, which was very hard. Coursing was resumed in Mr G. Fraser's woolshed paddock facing the homestead, the first ties of the Puppy Stakes being entered upon. Two or three courses were quickly obtained, and then there was a lull for a time, but as the beaters left the northern ond of the paddock and got nearer to tho homestead game were more plenti ful, and the trials came quickly. Then quite a number of hares were driven out of the horso paddock close to the homestead, and at lunch time only the final for the Birthday Stakes remained to be decided. The sport throughout was first-class, some ofthe runs being very close.' , A finul pj'oved to bo un necessary in the Puppy...
Charley's Aunt. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
Charley's Aunt. Great interest is being manifested in the forthcoming production of " Charley's Aunt," which takes place in the town.hall on Wednesday even ing next, the 17th June, by the Harold Moran Comedy Coy., aud a packed house should welcome the first visit to Clunes of this clever band of artists. Mr Moran has quite establised himself in Ballarat, where the productions of his sohool of acting are always looked forward to with the greatest interest by all lovers of artistio and finished work, and tho performances from time to time- are always'up to a high professional standard, so that a merry evening is assured all who take this advantage of witnessing one of the world's finest oouiediea played with a humorous swing from rise to fall of curtain, The adventures of the " lady from Brazil, where the nuts come from," are well known to every housohold, so no further remark need be added other than ono and all should be present on this occasion, and take advantago of " the gpod thi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
DONE SO QUIETLY. . It comes like a ray of sunshine. Makes the old folks happy. Makes the young folks joyful." ~ Takes the load off the back. It's all done so quietly. No fuss about it. What is it 1 Why, Doan's Backache Kidney Pills. . The little kidney wonder-workers. What mil they do ? liead what this man says Mr R. A. Burnside, Lugg Street, Cluries, says : "Twelve months ago I had a very bad attack of kidney trouble, caused through catohing a chill, which flew to my kidneys. My j back ached dreadfully, in fact I had ' pains all over my body, and I could not move about freely without suffer ing agony. ~1 was also subject to violent headaches, and altogether felt far from well. I used a good many remedies without deriving any benefit. One day I read in a local paper of a oure effected by Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and as the symptoms were similar to mine, I sent for some. After taking the first bottle of the Pills I wa3 absolutely. cured. I am pleased to add I am still -well, a f...
Clunes Guardian & Gazette THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLIC GOOD Friday, JUNE 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
TUE NOULEST MOTIVE 13 THE PUBLIC GOOD Friday, JUNE 12, 1914. The monthly meeting of the "Free Library committee was held on Tues day afternoon. Present:-The presi dent (Dr. Forster), Rev. 1?. T. C. Rey nolds, and Messrs P. Rattray, P. Rowe, H. E. Sando, E. Payne, H. L. Lazarus, P. J. Eberhard. A letter was read from Chief Secretary's Office, stating the Government grant to the institution was £15 14s 2d. Tin treasurer (Mr Sando) reported a credit balance of £15 17s 8d. Accounts amounting to £10 3s 5d were passed far payment. Allowing for the Government building grant of £10, there would be a debit balance of £4 6s. Mr Rattray brought under notice that on Empire Day certain non members had forced open one of the windows of the institution, and gained entrance to the billiard room. The president said the matter had been reported to him by the secretary. Mr Sando said it was a serious matter, and he felt inclined to move that it be placed in their solicitor's hands. The secretary said ...
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Phillips and Chamberlain report: Butter: Prime factory prints Is Id; lump, Is; separator, 10d to lid; dairy, 9d to lOd. Eggs, Is 3d to 1B 6d. Bacon: Sides, lid ; middles, Is; hams, Is Id. Honey, 3d to 3j^d. Lard, 7 j/d to 8d. Cheese, 7j/£d. Onions : £7 10s Potatoes, £3 10s to £4 10s. For children's hacking cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1 /6
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
WE LSBACH THE WORLD'S BE8T FOR COUNTRY LIGHTING. Air Gas Machines. The Welsbaeh Air Gas Ma chine la so elm pie that a child can work it with impunity. Suitable for Lighting, Heat ing and Cook ing. We guar antee satisfac tion with all our Machines, anil to. prove this ive will put a machine In for one month free of charge, and If not suit able, will remove earne free of all .:ost to you, Write for Catalogue. WELSBACH LIGHT COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED, ISO r,ON»DATiT8 ST.. MTCMIOTTRNIC PATTERN FOR HANDSOME EVENING GOWN. No later evening gown could be se cured than this. It may be made up in any rich material according to the taste or the wearer. It represents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. 177 -cut in small, medium and large sizes. This pattern may be bought tor ninepence from local pattern agents, or will be sent post free to any address if ninepence in stamps is sent to Dept. A, "Everylady's Jour nal," 370 Swanston-street, Melbourne. State number of pattern and size re quired....
LADIES PLEASE NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
LADIES PLEASE NOTE. Toadies are requested to note that lha ' ffioes of the Ladiea' College of Health bare been removed from 46 Elizabeth street to Phair'a Buildings, 327-329 Collins street, Melbourne. The College has the sole agency in Victoria for Dr D, M, Coonloy'a famoua Orancro Lily Troatmeni, whioh for the paat 25 years has been ofloating such wonderful oures uraong women in all pnrtB of Australia, For the benefii. of fluiferers. and for those ' into whoBe homo King Baby has failed to appear, a free valuable medical book - will be sent to anyone writing to Dept. ' 63, The Ladies' Uollege of Health, Phair'a ByiMinge, 837 QoUlnn street, WMbwrno
A MIDSHIPMAN'S ADVENTURE IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 12 June 1914
MIDSHIPMAN'S ADVENTURE IN JAPAN. A correspondent of'"To-Day" tells the following amusing story of a Brit ish midshipman's adventure In Japan: Last New Year's Day a midshipman from one of the big cruisers was "talcing in" the city of Tokio In a rickshaw. There was a keen 'breeze blowing, but it was prevented from howling merrily through the middy's whiskers by reason of the fact that he hadn't any. But If his face were de void of hirsute adornment, he, by way of compensation, held between his lips a number one Manila cheroot of imposing proportions, which he puff ed with ostentatious vigor. Now, these simple facts were noted by an equally simple but sternly conscientious Jap anese policeman, who prided himself upon his entire and precise know ledge of the laws of the land of the "rising sun." When the Oriental bobby saw that juvenile naval offi cer's glowing but beardless counten ance from afar ho thought of the Jap anese equivalent for the British "Ha! lia!" and ordered the coolie t...