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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

Propert ye. SSend for our latest Property Pamphlet. It contains particulars of. the latest and best investments in wheat and grazing land. When writing mention Vfhe class "'of property' you require. ? WARDEN HARRY GRAVES :-:IMITE, 10 CASTLEREAGH-STREET, SYDNEY, NS.W. NS.W. Four miles" important rail town,'1074 freehold acres, never fail water, splendid ly improved; this year grossed £1850; 650 acres wheat going in next year, .26 inches. rainfall; 600 owes and lambhs, some dairy cows; 25 best farm horses. £11,250, walk in, out;_ ex furniture. Half cash. PITT, SON & BADGERY Ltd. Dept. B., SYDNEY. HOMESTEAD -'TARMS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. 750 Acres, Annual Rent, £40 415. ,5588 Acres, Annual Rent, £51 10/4. No' rent need he paid. for the first five years. Within 8 'miles railway station, and 2 to 4k miles from' Daysdale Public School. : A good portion of the 750 acres is suitable for cultivation, .nd the whole of the 5~ acres 3 all agricultural land. - Available 19th January, ,1914....

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5504.—BEHEADINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

504.-BEHIIEADIN GS. Answers.-Prussia-Russia; Siberia-Iberia; Black -Lack; Spain-Pain; Bolivia-Olivia; . Oman Mlan; Rhone--Hone; Bass-Ass. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

MYERS PuMPS LOW DOWN TANK PUMPS, 5 in. DIA. x 5 in. STROKE, POL ISHED CYLINDER, BRASS VALVE SEATS, WITH METAL VALVES (RUBBER FACED). CAPACITY 1600 ENGLISH or 2.000 AMERICAN GAL LONS PER HOUR. NO. 268 PUMP WITH PLAIN HANDLE. PRICE, 40/. THE FAMOUS R470, WITH COG GEAR HANDLE, WHICH REDUCES POWER REQUIRED TO OPERATE by 40 PER CENT. PRICE, 50/. F?r. For Irrigat 287. Ing, Filling. STanks, Sheep and. Cattle Troughs, &c., these Pumps are Unequal led. WELCl PERlI1N & CO 83-66 Queen's-brldge-street, SOUTH MELBOURNE. And -I'mporters of Air Beds and Cuslits ions, Enemas, Silk Elastic Stockings, . > Bandages, Galvanic Batteries, --Abdomni. aal Belts, Trusses .and .Surgica.l A plili, . ances generally. S Price List Posted Free on Application.'.. Agents for FRANCIS'S PREPARED OIL for every` deacrips Ition of Wounds, Bruises and Strains in Cattle and Horses. - ORDERS BY POST Promptly Attended to and. Despatched:' on day of Receipt. . 280 BOURiE-STHTEET MELBOURNE. Brinch Phaarmac...

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5503.—WORD SQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

5503.-WORD SQUARE. .CALEB A GIL-E . LI VE.R ELECT BERTfl

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5504.—DIAMOND PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

5504.-DIAMOND PUZZLE. bE:t i'a- r 1 T e r brRier PýE.T R.UG HI.O 'raC k ed u s H e r tIn 0O

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DEATH-BED REPENTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

EATHI-BED REPENTANCE. BY PASTOR RUSSELL. Text-"-'erily, I say unto thee, thou shalt be with me in Paradise." "(Luke xxiii., 43.). Few of the laster's words have been so misunderstood as this text, and few misun derstandings have produced so terrible a fruitage of sin. The influence of this text is greatly in creased by the unscriptural thought that the dying sinner passes to everlasting tor ture. Those whose hopes for their dead are being held up by this error grasp at the narrative of the thief, and hope that the departed one experienced a momentary reIjentance-said "Jesus, forgive me," and straightway was carried to Paradise. The albsurdity of the proposition is crowded out by the smingling of hope with love for the deceased. Well do I remember conducting a fune ral service -which was interrupted liy the wails of the widow. 1Her husband, shot by an assassin's bullet in a distant mining reg;on, had died a member of no church, and by no means a saint. The poor widow's wails, I after...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

Prom the momen ot its tS Bomne-omlng, tho "Wo? thietm" bringps ewing hours e s ease end comfort. The speed, nc:' lesene?m, absence of vibration and erse In runningof the " Wertheim " i . 'has transformed Sew. 1ig from a tiresome task to a pInaanaat $astionse. EasyPrloes. Easy Terms. Purchaeote taught free. Catalotue en request. "'Ln ti a i3eauts " INSPECT AT WERTHEIM CENTRAL SHOWROOMS 294-6 Bourke Street, Melbourne S ' .. ..... 4 THE "CYCLONE" Topc and Bt LI a No. 9wir; i N. WILL KEEP TAUT BECAUSE IT IS ELASTIC. The illustration shows a 5 line Spring Coil Fence 30in. high from the ground, with two barbs, one 3in. above the top line and the other 8in. above that again. Altogether, the Fence.is then 42in. high and will hold any stock. It only needs one barb to, make the Fence absolutely Sheep-Proof. The Fence is sent out in 5-chain Rolls ready for erection. Top and Bottom Linen are No. 9 wire; Intermediate, No. I : and Cross Ties, No. 13. The Crimps in the horizontal lines make the Fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

Medtical. Dr. L RENTEL'S VITALITY PiP?LLS New Improved Formula for Extreme Cases. Price, 10/6 a bottle; 2 bottles for 20/- post free. Pamphlet Post free. ,. If you are suffering from any nervous ailment whatever, write to me J'i. immediately, giving a.description of your case, in your own words. I will send you absolutely free, a. diagnosis of your case, and my best professional advice as to how to proceed in order to correct the trouble.. If I honestly believe that your ailment has reached an incurable stage, and that even these famous Pills will n6t e?fect a certain, sure and permanent cure, I will tell you so. I never treat cases unless convinced that a cure will follow. Man I Whatever disappointments, whatever failures may have been yours in the past, whatever remedies you may have taken without success, have courage. :These wonderful Pills now. manufactured under the new improved concentrated and extra power ful formula, will triumph where all other remedies proved futile. S--M...

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5502.—CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

5502.-C A.R ADE.. Answer.--CiroU~O -Cir-ouse.

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THE GREAT BANK ROBBERY. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

GREAT BArK ROBBERY. -BY J. MORTON LEWIS. [COPYRIGHT.] Returning home early ohe afternoon I found our flat empty and a note from Browning awaiting me on the table. "Have been called away on an important case. Shall not be back until late.-H.B." It was nearly midnight when .h'e re turned, looking pale and tired. His coat was soaked with rain. 'Taking it off he tossed. it across a chair, then came to the fire and warmed his hands. For a couple of.moments-he said nothing, then, "I am sorry to have disappointed you, but I had to go out. It was a most im portant case.". His mind was preoccupied as he spoke. "Interesting?" I said. "Very." He flung himself down in a chair with a sigh. "The Bank of England was broken into last night, and £250,000 worth of silver ingots stolen." "What!" I explaimed, "tihe bank has been done at last?" "Yes, by a clever, daring piece of work. Heaven only knows how it was engineered. It appears that a number of silver ingots to the value of £250;000 were stored ...

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PANAMA CANAL IN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

PANAMA CANAL IN WAR. "If the statesmen who were responsible for building the Panama Canal had con. sidered that war between the United States and Great Britain was probable they would have hesitated to embark upon the under taking," said Dr. Vaughan Cornish, F.R:G.S., speaking at the Royal United Services Institution on The Strategic As pect of the Panama Canal. Great Britain, he pointed out, was the only power which could singly engage the United States on both the oceans which the canal links. It was, of course, easy to imagine a grouping of powers,, by whose combination the United States might be attacked on both oceans, but such conceited action was as difficult to arrange as it was easy to imagine. Discussing the importance of the canal during a war which Great Britain was en gaged in the United States being neutral, the. speaker remarked that it was an obli. gation of the United States under-the Hay Paunceforte Treaty, as well as their mani fest interest, to keep the canal ope...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

~PWEALPORRIDCE MEAL Save te Letters for Cash Prizes W. 0. DcOG oe., BAD LEG With Wounds that disoharge or otherwise. perhaps surrounded with inflammation and swollen, that when you press your finger on the in. flarded part it leaves the impres- sion? If so. s -der the skin you have poison, which defies all the ' remedloes you have tried. Perhaps .. our knees are swollen, the joints being ulceratedthe same with the ankles,round which the skin may be dis. - coloured, or there may - be wounucs; the diseasea. I allowed to con- tinue, will deprive you of the power to walk. You may have attended various hospitals and been told your case is hopeless, or advised to submit to amtputation; but do not, for i ean cure you. I don't say perhaps, but I will. Send to tha.Drug Stores for a Dox of SR AssOPPE R -oIPTMENT aýnal PILLS. which eI a csrtats oure for 'Bad Ledoe, PoIsodil Hr~ds. Ulsereted jointo. HotsomaOd's Knee. Carbtmele :.Snake and laseOt Bitei, &o.. fe. DEgullks Prioee . it ans ...

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AILMENTS OF STOCK. QUESTIONS UPON SPECIFIC CASES PROFESSIONALLY ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

AILMENTS OF 8TOCUK QUESTTONS UPON SPECIFIC CASES PROFESSIONALLY ANSWERED. BY MAW- M1AH. Cause of Death of Mare.-W.J.M., Beulahs. Death was due to septic infection (blood pot on ing) of the wound in the foot, causing septica mia. probably tetanus or lockjaw. These cases reqeglre special treatment, and it is always advis. able to consult a qualified veterinary surgeon. Permanent Swelling of Colts after Castration. Queensland Fossil, Cocktown, Queensland. Probably caused by swelling of the cord (selrh:us cord), as the result of infection of this tissue dur ing the .operation. The only means of reducing this swelling is by a surgical operation, and complete removal of the diseased matter. Trouble With Three-year-old Draught Colt.- H.J.D., Wagga . Waugga, N.S.W.-Withnut a per sonal examination of the colt we could not say definitely swht the' trouble is, although the _ . - symotoms you describe point to, some diseased condition of the. kidneys. Try the following pow. der in the damped fe...

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A PRESENT FOR THE PRIME MINISTER. [COPYRIGHT.] I. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

A PRESENT FOR THE PRItvE .MINISTER.. I' -. ::,ByJ., dBEL. .... [• ::" - [COPYRIGHT.] "Is that allt?.. . The Prime Minister lay back in h'is chair, a man utterly exhausted. In less than twenty-four hours Parliament would re assemble for the autumn session--a session that promised to be more troublesome, lalborious and acrimonious than any., within the .memory -of the oldest member. ; -:In less than one hour he was due to preside at a big political dinner party.. 'iStill more, Phillips?" he wearily asked the junior secretary, whio, laden with docu ments, written and printed, had. hesitated at the: first. Cuestion. "Only thi, sir." -The secretary held out an envelope of the poorest quality,. where on was inscribed in awkward, .childish cha racters: "The Rev. Prime Minister, c~o. the King, London." "Perhdps,'", the secretary added, "I-ought not to have trotubled you, but somehow the .letter -- '" He halted. ' The .Premier, who was used to queer modes of address, had already taken the le...

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BREEDING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

BRiEEOd OTINO I57O S For the ten months ending 30th October there were, exported from Great Britain 4032 head of cattle, valued at. £238,693,' Of these 1182 went to the Argentine, 1172 to the United States, 172 to Uruguay, 136 to Canada; and,28 to Australia. - Sheep num bered 6011, of the value of £86,743. The Argentine took 2977 United States 875, Germany j33, Canada 395, Uruguay 376, australia 150, NHer Zealand 114. The num ber of horses exported was 53,450, the value being £1,142,6018. Eradicating tuberculosis is the subject of a report by the priucipal of the Hawkes bury Agricultural College, who writes:- "Although all young stock have been regu larly tested. for tuberculosis, there have been. no reactions during the year. Con sidering the fact that about two years ago we had several cases of this disease,' the r~sults are very pleasing. The improve nent is probably due to the fact that all the milk fed to the calves is first thorough ly pasteurised." At the beginning of Decembe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

*ELDQO CQ1OFFEDE P'AL.ACE, 216 6B Iooekfrect, Melbourne. BuFwinea 'V iraie4 on-Is. tsuaL FOR WHITE Buckskin and Canvas SH ES EC rig 22 31 UNEQUALLED FOR KI&.CARVAS.8ooTs.SHOE?. BorY re aOTrE IS THE PFINEST .WHITE ON THE:MARKET. ..It i easily applied, dries u?ickly, ?oes not rub of, and is. oat ~eoonmical ALSO o iTAnAL IN. GREY.

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THE HOLIDAYS. CHRISTMAS IN ENGLAND. THE COLDEST FOR YEARS. LONDON, 26th December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

THE HOLIDAYS. CHRISTMAS IN ENGLAND. THE COLDEST FOR YEARS. LONDON, 26th December. The present Christmas is the finest, but eAdodest, known in England for some yeahr. HOLIDAY RAILWAY TRAFFIC. EXODUS FROM THE CITY. S~RETURNS HEAVIER THAN LAST * YEAR. The exodus of city people over the rail ways to the principal holidaying places for the 'Christmas week was greater than last year, the increase being mainly due to the beautiful holiday weather which prevailed on Friday, when an exceptionally large number of people travelled from the city to the mountain country and the seaside resorts. This .year Frankston and Stony Point and Fern Tree Gully were the most popular lines with excursionists, though; the -other ,places mentioned in the com parative tables below were well favored, The total figures show that the number of (passengers travelling to the places men tioned in the tables was 32,316 for 1913, as against 27,757 last . year, or an increase of 4559. The increase in revenue was £113 1...

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MAMMOTH WOOL TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

• MAMMOTH WOOL. TROPHY.? The.idea of putting together a mammoth exhibit of Australian wool has often been discussed by pastoralists. and the question of arranging- an exhibition for the forth coming Panama-Pacific "-Exposition at San Fiancisco is being 'freeily ..talke4 over in wool circles. in the pioneer days of pastoral: affairs it .was customary to have competitions' in England for Aus traiianL u oo. ':owc.e, but these -contests were gradually given up. One of the most coveted trophies -ever won in the United Kingdom fell to the .lot of the late Mr. John Murray, of S6uth Australia, but that was in the days when our wool trade was really in its infancy. To-day a mammoth exhibit of Australian,wool could be put to gether. Something which would snow th.e vastness of our: resources is desired if anything is. to be done at San Francisco. ;: Oine of Mir:. futter's Cows Now in Milk 14 Months and Yielding 2 Galoni. '' A Heavy Milker Owned by Mr. FRutter; Who Comes in at 5 Gallons and Mil...

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JURIES AND DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

JURIES AND DAMAGES. :?t is pat of the common law of England ...that the .assessment of damages shall be ,left to tlhe jui'y. The reasoning is that the amount which a- successful plailtifi oulght to obtain is wound up inextricably in the facts of the case. The juries are the judges of the facts of the case, and any attempt on the part of the judge to decide these facts for them is .an- invasion of the rfight, of trial by jury, which is as old. as Magna Charta. The jury alone can assess the figure; and if this figure is found to be excessive, then another" jury. must assess another figure, and in arriving at that figure--they must get nothing beyond the vaguest indi cation from the benbli. such as: "Well, gentlemen, if you find for the plaintiff, you nimay think that this ia'not a case for heavy damages.' Mr; Justice Channell's opinion. is shared by a. great many others that the judge should suggest a figure "as a basis far dis cussion by the jury. But for this prob ably a short Act o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

Breeders' Annouxaceimeaalte. BjERKSHJRES, pedigreed, young stock, by Moun tain Top, first prize Melbournie Royal. A. 'IL Miles, "Quambee," Ringwood. DEXTER -ERRIES. A Few, CHOICE COWS and HEIFERS from the Pendelside Dexter-Kerry Herd for SALE. T1h sires used in. this herd include Marstoih, Ton, fthum?b (imp.), Cowbridge Knight (imp.), and Dpt.er prize winners. INSPECTION ARRANGED ON APPLIOATION TPO TiIE MANAGER, "PENDLESIDE," -WOOtI YA..LLUOK, VICTORIA. . DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. Pedigreed Pigs for Sale. Derkshires, Large Yorkshires and Middle York. shires. Several strains of each breed, including a number of English importations. Prices, 'f,,r boans, and sows, £3 S/ to £5 5/ eah- at three. months, old. Older pigs, to £10 10/. Sows in pig, from £8 8/ each. * Quotations are subject to animals being on hand on receipt of order. Apply to Principal. GLENE!RA AYRSHIRE STUD * The Ayrshires bred in the Glene;ra Herd at Flinders are consistent winners at all leading shows. They have bee...

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