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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

ox* am, t>$ MILDURA i ii ~ H M MILDURA MILDURA F The Th I!'1 IW Ui TTO - ri® QM biggest produi mi ti-Wcst Victoria 98 Settlement Fmrrs in the sritish empire "MILDURA FRUITS" FAVORABLY KNOWN ALL OVER THE WORLD AN IDEAL PLACE FOR THE VISITOR A SPLENDID CHANCE FOR THE INVESTOR ANYONE WHO COMES TO MILDURA NATURALLY CALLS UPON— E. D <r. i" , i $ \p RIS & CO PTY. ltd. The Irrigation Specialists LAND AGENTS and FRUIT SALESMEN whose advice as to investments can be relied upon-being the outcome of Myears; knowledge of the district—its history, and its results We invite correspondence on all IRRIGATION and DRIED FRUIT matters Telephone Nos.:— 3 — 176 — and 235 ¥ e Represent Absentee Investors Telegraphic Address:— 'DeGARIS, MILDURA" MOTOR CARS AND DRIVERS AVAILABLE for Intending Land Buyers We Grow Fruit—We Pack Fruit—We Sell Fruit We know the costs of production We know the costs of processing We know its net values Our estimate of a fruitgrower's income and expenditure...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEAT For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

By C. J. DENNIS Author of "The Sentimental Bloke" For ''The Weekly Times Annual" U;: A, . .... I I I SOWIN' things an' growin' things, an' watchin' of 'em grow; That's 'the game," me father said, an' father ought to know. "Settin' things an' gettin' things to grow fer folks to eat: That's the life," me father said, "that's very hard to beat." Fer me father was a farmer, as his father was before, Jist sowin' things an' growin' things in far off days of yore, In the far off land of England, till me father found his feet In the new land, in the true land, where he took to growin' wheat. . Wheat, Wheat, Wheat ! O (lie sound of it is sweet! I've been praisin' it ail' raisin' it in rain an' wind an' heat Since the time I learned to toddle, till it's beatin' in me noddle, Is the. little song' I'm singin' you of Wheat, Wheat, Wheat. Plantin' things—an' grantin' things is ; goin'.as they should, An' the weather altogether is behavin' pretty good— Is a pleasure in a measure for a. man that li...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

®[Z=3= D For. ASTHMA BRONCHITIS [j CATARRH WHOOPING COLDS CROUPS INFLUENZA COUGH I® o And Kindred Ailments, you cannot buy anything better than THE GREAT MONEY - SAVING REMEDY Each bottle produces a pint of superior quality Cough Mixture. A pint of ordinary remedies would cost at least 12/. Hean's Essence costs only 2/ (by post. 2/3). OYER 3000 TESTIMONIALS RECEIVED IX 12 MONTHS SIR IT. RIDER HAGGARD . the famous Novelist and Imperial States man, ■who recently visited Australia, on the eve of his return home wrote:—"It may interest you to know that I am taking a supply of Hean's Essence back with me to England, where I shall be pleased to bring its merits under the notice of my friends." REV. T. CHODOWSKI. minister of the Carlton United Hebrew Congregation, writing on February 2. 1916. said:—"About a month ago I suffered from a severe cold, which seriourly interfered with the performance "of my daily duties. The kindness of a friend, who strongly recommended your cure to me,- led me...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Doom of the Sea For "The Weekly Times Annual" (Written at Loch Ard Gorge, Port Campbell) [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

□ □== The Doom of the Sea For "The "Weekly Times VjP . - Annual" v ^ . (Written at Loch Ard Gorge, Port Campbell) ^ 1EOU great, lone Sea! Thou roll ing, mighty deep, Whose robes translucent, with; majestic sweep, Enfold and wrap around our far-flung ■ shore, Where stand the frowning cliffs grim as of yore! Roll on, sweep on in all thy fantasy, Till Time shall cease, and there be "no more sea." Break, break, ye waves, like giants fierce at play; And toss on high your foaming snow wreathed spray! Kiss yon gaunt crags with lips un smiling, cold; And shriek like sirens in your caverns bold! Toss on, shriek on in your wild, fiendish glee Till Time shall cease, and there be "no more sea." Move on, great Ocean ! Thy . grand, rhythmic beat Is stately as the tramp of armies' feet; Thy voice is that of "many waters" loud, Thy mien is masterful, imperious, proud! Yet He Who formed, thee, made too, this decree— . A day will dawn when there is "no more sea." O yawning chasm, measureless, pro fou...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

' I ^HE latest improvements in the Overland B factory—which enable a production of 1000 complete motor cars a day—again emphasize the enormous economy of enor mous production. Never before has anyone produced 1000 cars a day of this size and class—nor even half so many. 1000 cars a day make possible better, larger and more comfortable cars than have ever before been produced at this low price. Note these exceptional Overland advan tages: en bloc engine—easy operating clutch —cantilever rear springs—electric control but tons on steering column — large tyres — adjustable pedals — complete equipment — electric starter — electric lighting. The car comes to you ready for the ?~oad. * Please see the nearest Overland dealer — he will gladly demonstrate this exceptional motor car for you. Learn for yourself what this production of 1000 cars a day means for your comfort—for your economy. CVV.1 uv-. Adelaide : Ml'HHAY AUNGEIi Ltd. Brisbane : E. <i. EAGER and SON Ltd., 2»» Adelaide ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

<$[=]: ®'To CURE—is the Voice of the Past To PREVENT is the Divine Whisper of the Present' Indoor Workers:: When brainwork, nerve strain, and lack of exercise make you feel languid — tired — "blue" — a little ENO'S Fruit Salt' your glass of cold water will clear liead and tone your nerves. Prepared only by ® HI This world-famous natural aperient for over 40 years has been the stan dard remedy for constipation, bilious ness, impure blood and indigestion. It is not from what a, man swallows, but from what he digests that the blood is made, and remember that the first act of digestion is chewing the food thoroughly, and that it is only through doing so that you can reason ably expect a good digestion. Unsuitable food and eating between meals are a main cause of indigestion, &c.. because introducing a fresh mass of food into the mass already partly dissolved arrests the healthy action of the stomach and causes the food first received to lie until incipient fermen tati...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIANS IN FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

AUSTRALIANS IN FRANCE [Official Photographs Issued by the Press Bureau]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEART O' GOLD A FABLE For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

-mw. -^2^ HEART O' GOLD - 1 A FABLE ' For "The "Weekly Times Annual" THE Black Witch laid her hands upon their heads As they knelt before her. "Remember, man,!' She said, "This maid will keep her beauty, youth, And charm, so long as thou shalt keep unharm'd Her faith in thee! A breath of cold untruth, Of fickleness, or words of flattery— That poorest and most mean disguise of all For passing love—and she will wither, grown Suddenly old. Mark well, O man! She will Grow old but die not. For her own . sorrow .• And thy wage, defenceless tho' she be She yet immortal is. But that from which Her beauty draws its life—her Heart 0' Gold Will break and crumble, if ye prove not tru" The man heard and trembled. Then longing look'd Upon the dewy freshness of the maid Where she stood, like, half-ope'd pansy blossom, With the morning mystery of Sun shine And of shade midst gleaming velvet petals Half uncurled. His heart beat high within him And he cried, "Fear naught, I shall prove true!" So vaun...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCH ARD GORGE SEEN FROM TOM PEARCE'S CAVE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

LOCH ARD GORGE SEEN FROM TOM PEARCE'S CAVE [Photograph by A. Sutcliffe]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

O little feet! that such long years Must wander on through hopes and fears, Must ache and bleed be^ neath your load; I, nearer to the wayside inn, Where toil shall cease and rest begin, Am weary thinking of your road! O little hearts! that throb , and beat, With such impatient, Fever ish heat, Such limitless and strong desires; Mine that so long has glowed and burned, With passions into ashes turned, Now covers and conceals its fires. —Longfellow [Photographs by Mrs N. A. Ilemus, Sarony]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EVENING ON THE SNOWY RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

EVENING ON THE , RIVER [Photograph by A. Sutcliffe]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEHIND THE LINES For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

BEHIND THE LINES For "The Weekly Times Annual" BEHIND the lines—oh, half a world's breadth back O'er restless seas afoam That bore our armies to their bivouac— Behind the lines, is Home. We who have stood to arms by No Man's Land • Until the tide should turn, Prayed, if for aught we prayed, for triumph—and To see the home lights burn. To see once, more the home lights burning bright! That-deathless hope endures Through all the arduous agony of fight, Yet unto none ensures Fulfilment of the dream he dares to dream, For here each day are stilled': Brave hearts, brave hands; each night is quenched the gleam, The cup of life is spilled. O, you who think of us, remember this— For aye we think of. you, Recalling every whisper, every kiss, To read a meaning new Into your slightest word, your lightest phrase—' Recording what is. past To color our precarious nights and clays, For each may be our last! Behind the' lines dwell those who watch with tears Each step of our advance; We stir their ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

sir 1 fc-r © Australia's Greatest Products lit High-class Motor Cars TWO ENTIRELY NEW DESIGNS, WITH ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT and NEW STANDARD Lower in Price than the Lowest Grade Imported Cars! 1m VICTORY ir. MOTOR CAR 500 Cars in Use, and not One Replacement MOTOR, 4-Cylinder, Silent, Powerful, Economical, 25 Horse-power, large Valves and Bearings, Water Cooled. AXLES, Full Floating Rear with Annular Ball and Roller Bearings. Front one piece Drop Forged, 1 Beam. BRAKES, 2 Sets, Integral and External, Braking Surface, 12in. diameter by 2% face. TRANSMISSION, Sliding Gear Type, 3 speeds Forward and Reverse. IGNITION, At Water Kent Magneto. STEERING, Worm and Sector. CARBURETTER, Zenith. cLUBRICATION, Splash and Pump. ELECTRIC STARTER. SPRINGS, Semi-Elliptic Front, Cantilever Rear. DRIVE. Pure Hotchkisp, with two universal joints, and Torque Rods. WOOD WHEELS, Artillery'type. TYRES, 30 x 3%. DEMOUNTABLE RIMS. DUPLICATES for eyery part. WEIGHT, 16 cwt. UPHOLSTERY, Solid Leather, Hair Stuff...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIRDS For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

5L J3)^ <j/3)sz & y j BIRDS '<r Jif eJ <*' vtj For "The Weekly Times Annual" 1''KNOW a place where birds are wild and swift, And strange and splendid, Hills where their sweetest songs are never ended, And those that have no song may fare adrift Attired like clouds at sunrise, rift on rift. Across the high, bright orchard where there hung Late apples glowing, Came lories, red and blue, like small waves flowing, Came later yet rosellas, and among The smooth, bare branches like a gar land swung. And ah! the birds that sang, the soft, grey birds, The twilight^feathered, Moving with tiny leaps like silken tethered Singers to some great prince whose ; glance rewards Each long-drawn call and all the wavering chords! They sang, the grey-garbed mountain thrushes sang, And we two listened, Rapt on some rain-washed evening while there glistened A sudden leaf a-tremble: you would ■ hang ... ■ ■■ . . Clematis round me or the wild pea's fang. At morning, w...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

[All the stories, verses aud illustrations in "The Weekly Times Annual" are protected under the Federal Copyright Act 1912.]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

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Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN THE SHADE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

IN THE SHADE ^ tr T [Photograph by A. Sutcliffe]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYDNEY HARBOR [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

SYDNEY HARBOR fPliotograph by Tlioa. CummlnsJ

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

o o o □ The Colonial Ammunition Co. Ltd. Contractors to the Government of the Commonwealth The Cartridge Factory is on the Maribyrnong River, Footscray . •. The Rolling Mills are at Gordon St., Footscray, Victoria egistere Office: 16 Great George St., Westminster, London S.W., England □ Cher INTERIOR OF ROLLING MILLS INTERIOR OF CARTRIDGE FACTORY = PI !□== □ O O □ □ =□£]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

F □ It is only a few years since the Melbourne Steamship Company entered into the Interstate Trade, and already its fleet of black-red-black funnelled Steamers is well-known throughout Australia. Its most important Liner is the Steamer Dimboola, a very handsome vessel painted grey, and one of the finest seaboats on the Coast. The Passenger Accommodation of this Steamer is most up-to-date and comfortable, in fact comfort is the leading feature of all the Company's Steamers. The Saloon is on the bridge deck, and each Cabin is fitted with a wardrobe and drawers, and has a large square hinged window instead of the old-fashioned porthole. This Steamer is fitted with Marconi Wireless. One of the best-known of the fleet is the Sydney, which regularly does the round trip to Tasmania, thence to Sydney, via Eden, one of the most popular Excursions, and calls at the following Ports after leaving Melbourne:—Stanley, Burnie, Devon S.S. DIMBOOLA S.S. SYDNFA* port, Eden and Sydney, the distance co...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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