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GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
By h. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margarot Rand," etc. I ubllshed by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVII. Slieila Danvers' gay season did not end a day too soon. The weather was very sultry, and the girl's pretty rounded cheeks, never highly colored, became paler and paler. Slio longed for the country; she pined to see Dearma again, and, above all, she wanted to be in the hour'y and daily presence of Shumns O'Doyle. By Bellairs' request, liis wife told Sheila nothing of her intended visit to Melbourne, and the girl naturally supposed tl.at Aunt Margaret was go ing for a short time to Sunnyside un til Uncle Peter was able to talce his holiday. Little did she guess what had actually taken place, and Mrs. Beliairs, notwithstanding that queer mingling of pain and rejoicing which filled her heart, did not dare to tell her. Bellairs was a keen sportsman. He was also a wonderful climber, and knew every inch of the mountain...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK ' - MARKET. Tuesday. I Fat Cattle.-Only 114 head came forward for to-day's sale, about one half being good to prime quality, the remainder principally odd lots. The attendance of buyers was under the average, but values for best pens show ..in improvement on last week, whilst for other descriptions and cows the market was easier. Quotations : Prime pens bullocks, -£15 JOs to £17 10s ; good pens bullocks, iU2 10« to .£11; medium, £8 to £10 10s; best cows, £9 17s 6d to £10 12s Cel. Calves.-1-2 penned ; best forward selling to £6 15s. Sheep.-2740 came forward for to-day's sale; a small . number being prime,. balance chiefly good to useful quality. Thoro was u fair attendance of buyers present. The market opened lower, and values show a material decline on late high rates, improving to some extent as Hales progressed. Quotations :-Prime crossbred wethers, 28s to 30s ; extra j 1 quality, Ms to 3Gs ; a few 40s 3d ; good crossbeed wethers, 23s to 25bj medium do, 20s to ...
THE ONLY WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
THE ONLY WAY. "1 want a pair of gloves for my 'Erbort," said the lady from White chapol, bustling into the outfitter's shop. "About what price, madam?" "About fourpence." "Tho cheapest we stock are one shil ling, madam." "Oh, that's too much I 'Erbert's going to a ball, and he'll only weai thorn once." "That's the best I can do for you. madam.'' "'Avon't you any at fourpence?" "No, madam." "Oh, well, I suppose there's no help | for it. 'Erbort will havo to wash 'it 'anils, that's all." A refractory lining suitable for plug §ing cracks or for patching is described y tho Brass World." Tho composition is:-Fine asbestos, 40 lb; water glass (silicate of soda), 60 lb. These are mixed with enough water to make a pasty mass which can. be worked. Urohin (to owner of unsteady horse): "Do you want me to 'old 'im,"guv' norP" Owner: "No, thanks: he won't run away." Urchin: "I didn't expect 'im to run away. I meant to 'old 'im so's ho wouldn'it drop. " " Linseed Compound," of 40 years' proven eif...
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
MELBOURNE SHEEP MAR KET. Tuesday. Fat sheep :-12,500 penned. The marled; opened brisk at Is per head advante on last week's closing rates, and apidly hardened to Is 6d per head ; increase; heavy crossbreeds reacimg a higher level. Quotations : Prime crossbred wethers, 24s Gd, 28s 6d; extra, 30s, 34s Gd ; good, 21s 6d. 23s; seconds, 18s Gd, 20s Gd; in ferior, 17s 9d., Prime and crossbred ewes, ?2s,' 24s; extra, 25s, 2Gs 3d; odd, t» 30s Gd; good, 19s 3d, 21s|; secondi, 16s, 18s Gd ; inferior, lis 9d. Prime! merino wethers, 23s, 2Gs; extra, 27s Gd ; good, 20s, 22s. Merino ewes, 12s Gd to 19s. Fat lambs 4250 penned. Demand throughout was eqial to late rates. [Quotations : Prime, lGs Gd, 20s; extra, 21s, 23s 2d; oil lambs, to 26s Gd ; good, 13s, 15s 3d; seconds, lis, 12s Gd.
OZONE A POISON. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
OZONE A POISON. That ozono ia a desriable lU'iie to seek, that it is a purilior of the air, destroyer of noxious buoteria, a whole somo stimulant to tlio lungs, is a popu lar IkIiu) . It is 0110 that scientists havo now set out to destroy. They toll us, | not without some reason (says Soionco ' Sittings), that ozono is a poisonous gas. It is injurious to tho throat and lungs, irritates tho endings of tho son , sory nerves, corrodeB tho opiMiohal | cells, causes indirectly changes in the blood, wiiioli produce hoadaclio, deprea uion and drowainoss. Tho authors of j this statemont aro Dr. W. A. law yer, director of tho Hygienic Labora tory of tho California Slate Board of Health, and liia co-workers, Drs. lieck with and StolGeid. 'l'lioy denounce tho uso of ozouo machines in theatres, I schools, offices, and other places where it is desired to purify the air. These authorities aro supported by Drs. 13. 0. Jordan and A. J. Carlson, who de scribe a long series of oxporimonts with ozone ...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
MELBOURNE CATTLE MAK ICET. Wednesday. Fat CatUe.-1510 yarded. The market opened with bullocks £1 per head above last week'? dosing rates, ' and firmed to £1 10s to £1 15s in ! advance o£ last quotations. Cows brought £1 per head more lhan last-j week's prices. Quotations :-Prime | bullocks, £14 17s 6d tq £l6 10a; ex tra, £17 10s to £18 10s; odd bullock to £25; good, £12 10s to £13 lQs ; good light and handy weights, £10 to £12; prime cows, £9 10s to £10 17s 6d ; extra, £12 17s 6d to £15s 10s j prime, £8 7s 6d to £9 ; seconds, £6 15s to £8 ; inferior, from £2 17s 6d. Fat calves-525 penned. Demand was brisk, at slight advance on late rates.
AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
A> OLD NUHSE FOB CHILDREN " Mrs Winalow's Soothing Byrap" for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It Joothes the Child, Softens the uams, Allays all Pain, Cores Wind Colio and is the BeBt Remedy for Diarrhoea, Direor tions for Using MBS WINSLOW'S SOOTH* ING SYKDP.-For a ohild under one i month old, 6 to 10 drops; three months old, half a teaspoonful; six months old and upwardB, a teaapoonfal three or fonr j times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the abors dose every two hoars, until the j [ charaoter of the discharges is ohanaed for the better. Sold Everywhere
BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
BALLARAT PRODUCE MAR KET. I The quotations areWheat, 3s lid * for prime milling. Oats : - Fair | feed, Is lid to 2s for stout heavy; \ milling. Peas, 4s to 4s Gd. Bar ley :-Prime, 3s 3d ; fair to good, I 2s 9d to 3s. Cape, 2s 3d. Flour, ] £9. Bran, £5 10s. Pollard, £5 15s. Potatoes, new £3 5sto £3 15s. Hay : -Best chaffing, £2 to £2 2s 6d; | manger, £2 5s to £2 7s 6d. Straw, 32s Gd.
WHAT PEOPLE BELIEVE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
WHAT PEOPLE BELIEVE. In dismissing an appeal by the Bodmin police from a decision of the local magistrates refusing to convict three men under the Poaching Prevention Act, Jus tices Avory, Rowlatt, and Dar ling on Friday (says "Lloyd's Weekly" May 3) held that the magistrates, by finding the men had a bona-fide belief that they had leave to go on the land, meant that there was reasonable ground for so believing. There fore, no. offence had been com mitted, and the appeal failed. Justice Darling said that many people had read and so saturated themselves in these days with certain phases of modern thought that they had a right to go any where, and might even take another person's watch in the bona-fide belief that they had a right to it. There were also plenty of people who used to believe things which were now known to be absurd, such as the old impression that the world was flat, with a hole through the middle', from which the Bun rose and down which it went at night, but such belie...
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE "MARKET. , Phillips and Chamborlain report: Butter: Prime factory prints Is 2d ; lump, Is l^Jd; separator, ]0d to 10di/ ; dairy, 8d. Eggs, Is 4d. Bacori: Sides, lid; middles, Is;hams, Is 3d. Honey, 3d to 3^d. Lard,, Cbueso, 8]^d to 9d. Onions ; £8. Potatoes, £3 16B to M 10s. I For children's hacking cough at night, | Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 j
Immigrants Receive Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
Immigrants Receive Advice. SPEECH BY SIR GEORGE BEID. . Sir George Reid went dowii to Tilbury on May 5 last to deliver a farewell address to the emi grants by the big 11,000-ton steamship Makarini, of the re cently-formed Commonwealth and Dominion S-S. Company Limited, which embraces three or four firms well known in the Aus tralian trade, of whom the Tysers and the Milburns are the prin cipal. The Makarini i9 one of those ships which are'allotted solely to the emigration ;. traffic. That is, she is fitted up with temporary berths throughout for the voyage to Australia, and. then "gutted" for cargo purposes for the return voyage. The ;kdvantage_of this arrangementfis'tMtthVemigrantS have the run of the whole ship. It is true that the company re serve to themselves the right to take half a dozen first-class passengers, but these "mess" with the officers, and have no ex clusive right to any deck or lounge or smoking-room, or to any other of the amenities of the ship As there was a lar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
On Face, Hands and Legs. Ashamed to Take Children Outv Looked Dreadful. Used Ciiticura Soap and Ointment, In Fortnight Quite Free from Sores. 427 Bay St., Port Melbourne; Vic. i'Somo tlmo ago my. two children wero suf fering from very nasty sores on face, hands tand logs. I tried various remodlog Tvlthout any good results. Seeing a testimo nial In "Age,", a case til© 6ame aa bin being cured by .Cutlcura Ointment, and r Soap, I obtained somo of ' :th»se ond otarted to use .tbom. Iflrstmadoaotrong, *11 y'.". latherqf Cutlcura Soan »">&lt;1 toot water, batbed sorbs \jeii "wmsl It and opplleA cfutlcurforptaiinit ;dn" clean cag;''I have much pleasuro In Informing you that In a fortnight thoy were qulto free from cores- Before I tHed Cutlcura Soap and| Ointment I was really ashamed to take tho Children out. Thoy looked dreadful, and She neighbours were afraid to let their llttto Ones play with mine, In case thoy got sores Olio. I think Cutlcura Is splendid also for the hair, as...
Markets. CLUNES STOCK MARKET. HEAVIEST YARDING OF STOCK FOR SOME TIME. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
Markets. CLUNES STOCK MARKET. HEAVIEST YARDING OF STOCK FOR SOME TIME. Wednesday. Crawford, Dowling and Seymour report holding their usual fortnightly sale at their yards as above. The yurdings of stock were the largest we have seen in Clunes for some con siderable time. Competition through out was brisk, although the extreme prices ruling at last sale were hardly maintained. Quotations :-Bullocks, £11 to £9 15s; cows, JJ10 10s to £5; steers, £3 2s 6d to £2 8s; calves, 30s to 2Gs; cross, bred wethers, 23s 5d to 21s 7d ; comeback wethers, 35s 6d to 19s 4d ; merinojwetbers, 15s' 3d to 15s ; cross bred ewes, 2 tooth, 17s 8d; comeback ewes, 20s; lambs, 19s 3d to lis 6d ; young pigs, 16s Gd to 13s 6d. CATTLE 5 steers, _G. Irving, Ballarat. 3 heifers, J. Weatherson, Turkey Hill, Glengower, £7 7s 6d, £6 10s, £5 15s. 3, Mrs Jessie Fraser, Pine Grove, Waubra, bullock, £11 ; cows, £7 5s. 3, Albert L. Nase, Clover Hill, Ullina, heifers, £7 12s Cd to £5 10s; cow, £6. 2, T. H. Drife, Clunes, cow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
AT -..;V UV W. J. CHAMPION'S Large Job Sale Purchase Wo liave just deceived a Largo Parcel from a Warehouse Sale, and will offer some Special Bargains This Week. Heavy Unbleached Sheeting, Is yard Heavy Grey Flannel, Is yard ' Heavy White Calico, yard wide, 5s 6d dozen Girls and Ladies' Jackets. 12 Girls' Jackets, all sizes, from 5s 6d to 10s 6d 20 Ladies* Jackets, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, to 20s These are SPECIAL BARGAINS, and must find a Ready Sale. Bargains in Trimmed Hats AT W. J. CHAMPIO ITS (Commonwealth JjfeJSanU of Hustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY nil B»nk Is opon.for all claims at GENERAL. BANKING BUSINE83 »t -UX . JEQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLIMS STREET, MELBOURNE AIm at'-Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, llobart, UrUbanc, Kockhampton, TowmviNe, and London. Cubic remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places dircftt. Foreign bills negotiated and collectcd. Letters of credit i.jiued to any part of the >vorld. WIN nejjotiatod or forwarded for collection. Hanking ami Kxnhange Mu...
MUSICAL CATTLE DRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
MUSICAL CA1TLE DRIVE. An exciting cattle drive took place on Canon Geraghty'a land it Skehard, near Creggs, co. Gal way, on Sunday. There has been i land dispute on for some time (says "Lloyd's Weekly," May 3) The drive occurred while ser vice was Koingon in chapel, when ibout 300 men and women, armed with sticks and accompanied b> a. life and drum band, onterod th" lands and drove out horses and cittle. The stock were under police protection, and it is stated that tho constables in charge discharged revolvers over the heads ot tho people. After assistance had be6n sum moned from Creggs, where a num ber of constables were called out of chapel, the police charged the crowd with batons, and a number of persons were injured. The cattle were eventually taken back. For bronchial coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
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BLINDFOLD DRIVE. A "LIVING BURIAL." [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
BLINDFOLD DRIVE. A « LXYlN'i BURIAL." Considerable exoitoment was caused in Warmambool on Wednesday aftor noon by the performance of a man named S. 0. Williams, who commenced a blindfold drive through the town with the object o£ finding a penknife hidden by a resident, as to the where abouts of which lie was ignorant, He .was acoompanied in the vehiolo by several townsmen, who acted as com mittee superintending operations, When passing down Liebig street, the waggonotte camo into collision with a dray laden with bluestono metal Three wheels -wore vrenohecl off, and the ocoupants wove thrown out, but, fortunately escaped serious injury, Wiili»rosit holding the hand of the resident who hod hidden the article, completed the search on foot, and found tho penknife without much dif ficulty. lie claims to he a hypnotist, and on tho conclusion of his search ho entered upon what lie terms ft living burial. A hole resembling a grave wns dug on a vacant allotment in ICoroit street to a depth o...
SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. BY "KUMMING BEE." From the "Evening Star," Boulder City, W. A., I clip the following ro the marriage of Miss May Faull, who was well known in' Clunos. In common with others I extend to her my con gratulations, aid hope she will have a life of bliss!-"The Presbyterian Church, Boulder, was the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday, June 3rd, when May, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Fail], of Clunes, was mar ried to Willian Lindsay, second son of Mrs 0. Thomson, of Lane-street, Boulder. The bride looked very charming in a beautiful bridal gown of cream pailette, trimmed with Spanish lace and swansdown, with touches of orange blossom. She wore a lovely Bilk embroidered veil, ar ranged in cap fashion and caught with sprays of orange blossom, and carried a bouquet of tuber roses. The bride was attended by the sisters of bride groom, Misses Teenio »iiU Essie Thom son, who looked very nice in cream crepe do chene dress with pearl trim mings, the first wearing a whito silk v...
Rural Workers' Log. TO OPERATE ON OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
Rural Workers' Log. TO OPERATE ON OCTOBER 1. The rural workers policy policy of the Australian Workers' Union, drawn up by a recent industrial -conference, and endorsed by tlw executive of the union, deals with the rates and con ditions for South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, and Tasmania, for the agricultural, viticul tural, fruit-growing, hop-growing, mar ket gardening, and dairying industries, These are to come into operation on October 1. In the agricultural section it is laid down that 48 hours shall constitute a week's work, such hours to be worked ' as follows:-Half-past 7 a.m. to 20 minutes to 6 on five days of the week, with one hour for dinner j and five minutes past 7 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturdays, with two "smoke-obs" of 15 minutes each, one in the forenoon, and one in the afternoon. Overtime is put down at time and a half, The wages proposed include the following; -Reaper, thresher, header, binder, stripper, and harvester drivers, 10s per day, or £2 10s a...
CORRESPONDENCE. CLUNES MINING LEASE. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 19 June 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. CLUNES MINING- LEASE. (TO TIIE EDITOR.) Silt,-Would it not be to the best interests of the town and district generally, if in the event of the pre sent lessee of the Clunes quartz area desiring a further exemp tion from the labor covenants, that some strong and satisfactory reason bu given not only to the Mines De partment but to the public also, who I am sure are prepared and have al ready proved their desire not to ham per or in anyway nullify Mr Han cock's efforts. It is not my desire to interfere in any way with Mr Han cock's highly praiseworthy efforts to develop the eastern anticline as re commended by the late Government geologist, Mr Dunn, but it is not in the interests of the mining industry and the town that, pending the ex ploration of the anticline lodes, the western part of the Clunes field, which yielded so richly in days gone by, should be entirely neglected. There is every promise of good results being obtained if prospecting parties were at liberty t...