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Veterinary [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Horse D-oing Badly and Scouring.—Carter, (Beaufort—Your description points to liver trouble. —If you can keep him going until you finish your contract he "would benefit most fry a long turn out at grass. Give a ball every five days, consisting of 15 grains of calomel, 30 grains of aioes, and 'I drains of extract of taraxacum. 2. A suitable elec tuary for the cough would be found in 1 oz. of chlorate of potash, 1 oz. extract of bella donna, 4 -oz. of honey. Of this a tablespoon ful could be given for a dose, placed well back on the tongue. Worms in Colt.—M. B., Eagiehawk.—Giv« a ball containing 15 grains of calomel, 4 drams of aloes, and follow It up with pow ders, consisting of one dram each of bro mide of potassium, nitrate of potash, chlorine of sodium, and sulphate of iron in the morn ing feed. An injection of one part vinegar ajad three parts water into the rectum occa sionally would be helpful. Itchy Legs in Horse.—C. B. A.—Wash the legs thoroughly two or three times a week wit...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

SUTCLIFFE'S Heal-all Ointment For ECZEMA, BAD LEGS, VARICOSE TJLOERS. PILES, OLD SORES. SKIN DISEASES, &.G., &c., Posted Anywhere in Victoria, 1/2; 10/9 Posted. 1/- Tim Prepared only by B. and H. SUTCLIFFE, Chemists, 231 Johnston St., Abbotsford, MELBOURNE. Prescriptions Dispensed and Sent Anywhere. WHEN m 3VDEJLB0IJRI03 MAKE YOUR ^PURCHASES AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES:— BHAUCHAMP BROTHERS, 819 Collins Ptreet. Unreserved Furniture Auction Sales, Wednesdays and Fridfcyu. Furniture 3ol<3 \-- Privacy,

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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GOLD YIELDS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

"RaT1^?<Va . gold yields rsancugo.--Catherine Reef "United, 132 tons, 12oz.; Central Red, "White and Blue, 580 tons, 177%oz.; Clarence United, tributers, H tons, 4%oz.; Clarence United, 152 tons, 48%oz.; Coll rnann and Tacchi Tributers, 22 tons, 2%6z.; Cornish United, 80 tons, 27%oz.; Constellation, 95 tons, 16%oz.; Golden Pylce, 805 tons, 182y2 oz.; Great Extended Hustler's, 260 tons, 170% oz.; Great Northern, 308 tons, 80oz.; Ironbark, 306 tons, 185% oz.; Johnson's Reef, 457 tons, 13S%oz.; Koch's Pioneer, 110 tons, 27%oz.; Do. Tributers, 186 tons, 82oz.; Lansell's Dittle 180, 795 tons, 207%oz.• New Chum Gold., 275 ton6, 196*4oz.; New Moon, 47 tons, l%oz.; New Moon Tributers, 35 tons, 30%oz.; New Prince of Wales, 240 tons, 57 oz.; North Bendigo, 260 tons, 81}4oz.; New Moon Consolidated, 33 tons, ll%oz.; New Golden Fleece, 400 tons, 25%oz.; Princess Dagmar, 103 tons, 51%oz.; South New Moon, 300 tons, IZty^oz.; Do. Tributers, 32 tons, 13%oz.; South Prince of Wales Tributer...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERSTATE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

INTERSTATE la addition to the usual holiday overhaul of the Broken Bill Junction plant, improve ments were made in the mill. Underground ! workings are reported to be looking well. j A third bore put out by the North Broken j Hill at a point 200 feet south of the main crosscut at the 1400 feet level has proved the lode to be 110 feet wide and to average Ifi per cent, lead, 10 oz. silver, and 11 per cent, zino tc the ton. Hampden (Cloneurry) had trouble in start ing the furnaces after the holidays. The cylinder joint of the blower had sprung a leak (owing to contraction when dry) and given access to the water. This caused t3i3 furnace to run slow or to chill. The defect has been remedied, and no further troubla is anticipated. For the month the Radium Hill (Olary, S.A.) standardised 50 milligrammes, of pure radium bromide, the whole of which has been sold. The "Bank" was increased. A larger monthly output is in contemplation. In No. 2A §ha?t the lode hais widened to 7 feet, showing g...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITH SHOTTED CHARGE JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

WITH SHOTTED CHARGE JANUARY. vxmona—oiulb trophy. 24.—Melbourne—Ladies' Trophies—Sparrows, £25. 26.—Melbourne—Teams' Match, £5; Open Starling Handicap. £20. 26.—Meredith—Open sparrow handicap, =£10. 50.—Melbourne—Pigeon Pool and Mackintosh Cup. 31.—Elaine—Open sparrow handicaps, £15. 51.—Melbourne—Starling Pool. SI.— Northcote—Point Trophy,

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

FISHING i TACKLE | Our selection of Tackle this season I is exceptionally good, and worth the j attention of the most critical. We I give a few lines below:— ! SPECIAL ENGLISH CANE BUILT i STEEL CENTRE TROUT- RODS. Agate Fish Rings and Tips, Bulge j Rings, cork grip, £4/10/. Built Cane Rods, very best quality, ' English, 45/ to 65/. j Greenheart Rods, Bream or Fly, 9Hft. to 10%ft., 12/6, 15/, 20/, to j 45/. j Schnapper Rods, 7ft. to 8ft., 12/6 to - 85/. j Bream Rods, from 5/6. ! And Many Others too numerous to \ mention. Call in and inspect our \ large assortment. c I Chambers Seymour "WHERE EVERYTHING IS GOOD.'" 274 FLINDERS ST., MELB., | Opp. Railway Station.

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ENGLISH BROWN TROUT, 2ft. 4m. LONG, CAUGHT AT JAMIESON. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

ENGLISH BROWN TROUT, 2ft. 4m. LONG, CAUGHT AT JAMIESON. Weighing 7%lb. and measuring 2ft. 4in. long, a beautiful English brown trout was caught by Mr Garlic, wlio visited Jamieson recently. It is believed that the fish was one of a consignment of yearling brown spotted trout sent to Jamieson by Lieutenant-Colonel J. M. Semmens, Chief Inspector of Fisheries. The stream is 60 miles long, and it will be several years before it is fully stocked un less further consignments are obtained from the hatcheries

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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FISHING By "FIN." [Reports should reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon.] JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

FISHING By "FUN."' [Reports should reach this office not later thaii Tuesday afternoon.] JANUARY 24.—Brunswick—Bright Trophy. 24-26.—Abbotsford—Week-end Camp. 24.—Essendon—Mrs Muir Trophy. 28.—Fairfield and Alphington—Hax'tley Set ford Trophies. Although it was generally believed .thai the sphnapper had left the hay. Mr A. C. C. Loltug, a leading member -of the Ballarat. Anglers' Club, reports that he, and party,; made an exceedingly good catch at Brighton' recently. It totalled over 300 lb., the small est fish being a little over 8 lb. The bal ance ranged from 8 lb. to 12 lb. The Jordan and Tippett trophy, fished for by members o£ the Ballarat Anglers' Club at Clarendon, has been won by A. Gay, witn i a basket of trout weighing 10% lb. The W. Dunstone trophy fell to Ike Hunt, with a bas ket of trout of 8% lb. The Piscatorial Council is making arrange ments for a deputation to interview the Chief Secretary with a view to having more paid inspectors appointed. An anglers' picnic is t...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

ft3 Practical Gunmalcer. Estb. 1850 Under Royal and Vice-Regal Patronage. CLARKE BUILDINGS, 432 BOURKS ST., Near Queen street, MELBOURNE, Purchasers who place any value on long practical experience (so important in the sup ply of arms, etc.) will do well to deal at this establishment for Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Am munition, etc.. as every weapon sold is prac tically tested by experts before sending out or handing to Customers. Cartridges, also, fresh filled to order. Repairs ^n every branch cf the trade effected by skilled and competent tradesmen, at the lowest prices consistent with faithful service. ' Get your Xmas Supplies here. A special dis count will be allowed on Arms during the holidays. Please note address and favor with an early call. SlffELBOURHZ FISHING NETS, Rabbit and Bird Trap pers' Nets, Fruit Tree Netting, Fishing Tackle of every description. Price list forwarded. W. C. OXL«EY, 349 Little Collins street. R UPTURE fy Cured by Dr. I/ANQSTON'S Cotiibiued Treat* ment. Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

PRACTICAL, GUN MAKERS, Establshed 30 Years. 353 LT. BOURKE ST., W. MELB. New Guns, D.B. Breech, English mates, Greener Crossbolt, Bar Locks, Pistol Grip, Choice and Modified, from £4/10/, Bargains. Can ehaage if not suitable. Also all classes of Secondhand Guns on Hand. New Stocks Made. Barrels Re-bored or ' Browned. All Repairs by First-class Workmen. New Barrels Fitted to Guns, and Gun Stocks Set and Bent to Any Shape, The Ammunition You Buy \Y/HAT make of ammunition are you going to shoot this year? Talk with the keen sportsman—ask the dealer who is alert and can speak with authority. You will find that the interest today centers more and more in Remington-UMC as the dependable am ^ munition, not only for Remington-UMC firearms but for every standard make of shotgun, rifle and pistol used I in the world of sport. You want Remington-UMC—the Remington quality. You want freedom from all the nagging little annoyances that uncertain ammunition can throw into a good day's sport. Let us...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

long decades before newer and . much vaunted remedies were even so much as heard of, the value of liolloway's Pills and Ointment was appreciated in Every Civilised Couatfy In the World! and the fact that the reputation of these remedies still stands fii*m is suSdent guarantee of their efficacy in curi ig th.- various ailments for which they are recommended. As a remedy for Constipation and all fc'-.e dire effects of Indigestion, Biliousness and Sick-Headache, Holloway's Pills are unrivalled; while for Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Lumbago, Coughs and Colds, Hoilowiiy's Ointment ha3 really marvellous curative effects. As mild but efficacious agents in acting as safeguards "gainst the numerous ills due to' extreme hbt or cold, Holloway's Remedies have provea themselves A—KINGSTON and LORD, Manufacturers and Importers UJ/?ERSL>LAS and WAX»K-» ING STICKS, HIGH QUALITY. LOW! PRICES, 105 Swanston street, opposite Taw» Hall. Umbrellas Re-covered from 3/6. A sisQ of relief always go up when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

GUNS FOR DUCK SEASON 20/—Single American Gun by Harrington and Richardson. 42/6—Webley and Scott single Nitro proved. 90/—D.B.B.L. by C. G. Bonehil.l Greener's crossbolt, Nitro proved. £6—Farmer's Gun, by J. W, Molden, Greener's crossbolt, 2% chambers, Nitro proved, worth double the money. £7/10/—Mac.'s Ail-Round Gun, by W. W. Greener and Wm. Cash more; a real all-round weapon. Other varieties, £10/10/, £12/10/ to £25. CARTRIDGES (Smokeless)—9/ to 12/ per 100, any size shot. A few secondhand guns from customers at sacrifice prices—-£5 to £10, cost double the money. CATALOGUE FREE WITH HINTS TO SHOOTERS DONALD MACKINTOSH (of shooting fame) 1 min. from G-.P.O. 400 BOTJRKE ST., MELBOURNE gSBSBBSSl If Yoa Want It HIT THE Fry Ok of Our GUNS D.B.B.L. Gun, with top lever, left barrel full choke, right modified, extension rib, pistol grip and walnut stock; reduced to 50/ complete with cleaning apparatus. Trial. D.B.B.L. Gun, with Greener patent wedge fast cross bolt, snap action bar and reb...

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PRIDE AND PREJUDICE WOMAN'S CHOICE CHANGES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

PRIDE AM) PREJUDICE | WOMAN'S CHOICE CHANGES lvxr x1 x'eaeric wmtelaw, boot retailer, I of Swanston street, when giving evi- j dence before the Interstate Commis- j sion at. the inquiry into the de mands for a revision of the tariff, was I asked if he could say to what extent prejudice in favor of the imported goods existed. He replied that preju dice did exist, and gave an illustration* in support of -his contention. A leader of society, he said, patron-.; ised his establishment. She was sup plied -with a boot which in fit, style, squality and appearance was all that was wished , for. So satisfied was the purchaser that some time later she repeated the order, and in course of time she desired to buy a thii'd pair. Just then the particular size re quired was not in stock. The cus tomer was told that it would be got for her. In a fortnight she \came back for the boots, which were not then ready. The shopman expressed his regret, but said he would ring up the makers and - ascertain wh...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITH BALL CARTRIDGE JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

WITH BALL CARTRIDGE ' JANUARY. 24—Club events, Port Melbourne and Williams town ranges. 24, 26.—No. 19 Union—Annual prize meeting, Port Melbourne. It is generally believed that the next.match in Australia for the Empire Tropiiy will be fired at Wtlliamstown in November prior to the annual matchcs of the V.R.A. A contest will take place at Bisley in July next, and the trophy will be brought to Austi'alia by the visiting English team. The prize has b,een competed for twice at Randwick, but Victoria has not yet been favored with a match. The Englishmen would much prefer to try conclusions with the Australians at Williamstown, for Major P. W. Riciiardscn, the shooting captain of the British rifle team which visited Australia seven years ago, ex pressed the opinion in his report that if another match was to be fired in Australia for the Empire Trophy he would recommend that it should take place at Williamstown. This was a fair open range, while that at Rand wick, Sydney, has a &i...

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VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

VICTORIA'S Nfcw:' 'Gpt^RN-OR —r-—p . 1 ■ '■•■'' . Sir Arthur Stanley. Governor of Vic toria, is rapidly extending His acquain tanceship among Australians in Lon don (writes our London office on De cember 19). fie was one of the guests at a luncheon giveft by Captain Collins, Acting High Commissioner, to some of the delegates of the Life-saving at Sea | International Conference, and met a number of Victorians there. He was also present this week at an At Home given by Lady Talbot, when the guests were asked to meet representatives of ; the Victoria League. Many Victorians ; were introduced to His Excellency. At ; thi3 At Home Sir Arthur Stanley ! met two ex-Governors of Victoria Lord Sydenham and Sir Reginald Talbot. Several days before he had lunched with Sir John Ful | ler, his immediate predecessor. In | reply to an inquiry, the Governor said to-day that he had hot since his ap pointment met Lord Brassey, but as he probably will , before he leaves he will have the rather unusual a...

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FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

FEBRUARY Diniboola—Open sparrow handicap, £10. For an off meeting the grounds of the Melbourne Gun Club were fairly well atten ded on January 17. The whole of the after noon was devoted to starling shooting, and some of the more ambitious shots put to gether remarkable performances. "Calrossie" only allowed 14 birds out of 70 to elude his aim. At double rise he was three times beaten out of six pairs. His full total for the afternoon was therefore 65 birds killed out of a possible 82. His handicap was 26 yds., and his score included successes over ranges back to 35yds. Mr C. P. Fairbairn kept "Cal rossie" company for the greater part of the journey. Towards the finish, however, he failed, with the result that his figures at single rise were 23 birds lost out of a possible 74. At double rise he was easily the best shot of the afternoon, with 10-12, scoring eight pairs. The Deniliquin sportsman secured a leg-in for the Starling Plate, defeating "Jim" by one point. Principal scores:— S...

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PAPER LOOKED LIKE CRETONNE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

PAPER LOOKED LIKE CRETONNE! One woman says that many times with longing eyes she had looked upon th© dainty French flowered and striped cretonne and chintz-covered boxes in the shops, ranging from large hat boxes down to small boxes for jewels, and trinkets, but they were beyond her slim purse, so she did the next best thing—imitated them closely in paper. At a wall-paper shop she pur chased a roll of paper with a cream colored background decorated with satin- stripes, and - tiny pink , roses tie3. tylth'* Knots ,;(which..was-" a good imitation of cretonne at a dis tance) / With this kho covered seve ral . ordinaryhat-boxes square and round shapes. • For she cut Out iiiw pretty;; c&F&ra, of ^ old tnaga^infes sdme: daintily- colored plates^ and pasted one in this middle of Gach side and in the centre of the lid.

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AN EMBROIDERED CAMISOLE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

AN EMBROIDERED CAMISOLE This very simple style of bodice is typical of the present-day style. Scol lops form the trimming round the neck and sleeves. A wreath* of flowers worked as eyelets, with a bow knot above each, is the only trimming". The draw-strings at neck and waist per mit of the garment going- over the head, so there are no fastenings. A sensible era is dawning, for dresses again fasten in the front.

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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

Correspondence Correspondents are requested to forward the illustrations when inquiring for the loan of a pattern: also to apply for a pattern on the understanding that they Trill at once 1 copy it ana return It to other applicants. Correspondence should be addressed to "A Mother,7' "Weekly Times" Office.: Correspondents are requested not to send stamped envelopes. It: is advisable that a pattern, should be forwarded in an envelope endorsed with the. name of this office, as in the event of it not being claimed it will be returned through the Dead Letter Office." Only needlework patterns- are on loan. Patterns received from Mrs E.H., Yinnar; Mrs P,, Woomelang; Mrs W. J.B., New South. Wales; "Pansy," Birchip; Mrs T., Bourke street, Melbourne; -and Mrs J.S., via Morwell. Patterns have been posted to—A.B., Byrne side; Mrs J.N., Queensland; Mrs F.G.E., Lower Buckland; and Mrs W.J.C., via Dim boola. - Stamps received "from—Mrs E.W., Mlckle ham; G.F., Bethanga; and L. P., Gray town.: Patte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 24 January 1914

You could give lier nothing si. would appreciate better tha Diamonds. Select the Ring froj our immense display of lovely de signs. Illustrated Catalog post free c.i: request. "Diamond Ring Specialist" Watchmaker and Jeweller 130, 138, 140 & 148 ELIZABETH STREET AMBITIOUS MEN This is the time to make new resolu tions and make such plans as will lead you to prosperity and success. Write to us to-day for full particulars of our Bookkeeping and Accountancy Courses, Engineering Instruction, and Public and Legal Examination preparation, or in any course of instruction you are in terested, such as Shorthand, Business Correspondence, Advertising. &c. HEMINGWAY & ROBERTSON'S AUSTRALASIAN CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS LTD., 46 Collins House, 360 Collins street. Melbourne. iillilllKlillliNIIIIII 1/3 SMILE OF SATISFACTION g 9 Jis L.EMQS SQUASH PUPE.ST6- BEST 1 • ' ^ PEDIC POMADE strikes infest ing vermin dead. One application destroy a Vermin, Kills NitsT heals sores, cures rin...

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