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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

EBEBHAKD & 00., JLBMONADE, SODA WATEB, fllHUKU ALE AND OOBDIAL MANUFAOTCTBEBB Of the Best Quality, and Lowest Prices Tppor Kraser street. fruited and published by Arthur J, Whyte's Corner Boot Mart. j SPECIAL"* SHOW I Of tho Latest Stylos in I SMART BOOTS and SHOES At Prices UNHEARD OF in tho history of tho triilo. Every Pair Guarantood to bo mado'of Leather, not rardboard. Tho Now Season's Goods in Black, Tan and White, are now on dinplay. ' Choicest Australian, Hritish, and Ameri can Products. Lot us invito you to Come and See our Lovoly Display BRING YOUR "iEPAIRH, and you will bo raoro tlinn mtUfied with tho result of our wotk 1850-J914. WEICKIUEDT'8 Ballarat Bakery, WE wish you all a Happy Now Year, and while thanking you for past favors, wish to draw attention to tho Quality of our Goods. Wo are out to Rive vou the BEST. Our Bread is unequallod in the district, and our I'astry and Cake are too well known to need introduciug to you. J. Franz Weickliardt, FRASER ST. Our ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Progress Associa tion -was nest held, the gentlemen named above being present. Letters were read from Mr H. E. Sando, town clerk, regarding matters which the association had brought under the notice o£ the council. Cr Richards said one thing in re gard to which the action of the asso ciation had had a certain amount of weight with the council, was the washing away of the banks of the creek. The works committee of the council had inspected the spot, and the engineer had been instructed to draw up specifications for tho carrying out of the work. Although sometimes the influence brought to bear might not be acknowledged, tho action of the association had done good in this matter. A letter was read from Mr Coult hard, . Ballarat, secretary of the Federal Progress Association of Vic toria, inviting the association to be come affiliated-the subscription fee being £1 Is-and stating that a con ference would be held before the end of the year. Mr , MoKe...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAVE AND GAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

QRAVE AND GAY. "I will pay your debts to-day, but 1) la positively for tlio lust time!" "Oh, dear uncle, then wait at least ?ntll to-morrow!" "I "am not happy with my husband Can I got a separation !" naUeii a Uvit . of a solicitor. "i- ? ' "His lite Is assured In your favos Isn't It?" ' ; "Yob; I made him do that before w ' married." "Well, don't separate. He'll llv. longer away from you!" Carrier pigeons, in calm wc.ithoi . can travel at a speed of 1200 yard; * a minute. With a brisk wind prevail . -lng nnd blowing in the direction of U; fllght, n pigeon has been Known to d halt as much again. Shopman: Rolling-pin? YOB, sir . here's one made of glass; the late; thing'out. Henpeck: But, great Scott, man, ths'i ? thing 'would probably break and ci: my head all to pieces! Bacon: Did you ever set anything oi the Instalment system? E$kert: Yes; J got my houseliot that way. First, I pot iny wife, the her father and mother, and now I'n . getting her brothers and sisters! An open-air orat...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRANGE SERIES OF DEATHS. FAMILY OBLITERATED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

STRANGE SERIES OP DEATHS. FAMILY OBLITERATED. The trial of Karl Hopf, formerly the world'B foils champion, on charges of whpleaale poisoning, was commenced at Berlin on Tuesday. Hopf was arrested in Frankfurt in sensational circumstances in April of last year. It is alleged that he poisoned two of his wiveB, and that he attempted to p&ison the third: A searoh in Hopf's house revealed a quantity of cyanide of potassium, some arsefric, and cultures; of typhus and cholera bacilli. The life of each of his successive wives was heavily insured, the third being for £4000. Hopf was charged with having, _L by.means oftarsenic, poison ed his .'father* his firstsw^^;an_a~two ? children, and with having attemp ted tb murder his mother and his aeoorid and third wives. Hopf withdrew a confession which he made shortly after his arrest that he administered cholera germs to his third wife. He explained that he was suffer ing under a mental colldpso when he administered the germs. The bodies ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

Started with Pimple. Spread to Sore. Cuticgra Ointment Made Complete Cure. Hair Thick. Eden Farki'TVIiltUcsca, Vic.-"I bad suffered for about ttyfoe-pjonths with severe Irritation of tho scalp and loss of half. II started about tho size of & small plmplo; very soro oh tho top of ray: head, and I tried ointment but without success, audit spread to a soro about the sizo of tlio palm of youf band, and tho hair was coming out of tho affcctod parts. A friend advised mo to buy astln of .Cutictira Ointment. ' TJianks to , my for rccomtncndlni It I bavo 8dvod any'further oxperao from buying anything .pioro foe it^ocaii'so'lt *Uas madoa comploto.*. curie",' and niy hair - baa * ctojw?. -\ on any other ? MAs foritho Cuticura Soap, I would uso : H0~otli6r no^f; I havo gfcat faith In it. If I feel tired', after my day's hard work I just warm a copper of water and tako a wann bath and mako a good lathfer.of tho Cuti cura Soap and I feel quite refreshed, and It tikes all tho pains out of ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

- AT - W. J. CHAMPION'S. '..1 '.!.<> J ' " s. WE ARE HOLDING A VK?t< 'r£t' ,y'w "£:: 'c? f-CI V « '-^ V - 8 A LB OF # ILLINERY THIS WEEK. LGreat Bargains iii Trimmed an^ Untrimmed Hats:1 ALSO SEE OUR WINDOW FOR Bargains in Prints and Muslins THIS WEEK - O AT v--. . : :t ~,rA oi P-'., W. J. CHAMPION'S. BEG. THOMAS 5 -, We Have Just Opened a t Large Assortment in Fancy Lines for ! r the Season's Trade. Ladiea'Laca Collars. ' , *?' * Ttadie«* Lace and Muslin Jabots Fancy IJmbroidored Handkerchiefs. Children's Handkerobiefs in Fancy Boxes. Children's Embroidery Collars. - Plain and Fancy Hosiery. Ladies and Children's Millinery {Stents' Department. JUST TO HAND. The Latest in Hats, Shirts, Collars, Braces, Handkerchiefs, TieB, &c INSPECTION INVITED. ijiG> THOMAS' Criterion House, dunes. THE BEEHIST®* - THE BEEHIVE. 34, Sturt Street, Ballarat, 18 THE ONLY ADDBE33 OP : WILLIAM YOtXNG» ? "THE" Tailor & Outfitter, . ( f ; 17HOSE CUT, FIT. and WORK...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MURDER MYSTERY SOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

MURDER MYSTERY SOLVED. The mystery surrounding the discovery Tuesday of a woman's body in an elaborate travel lifag casket which w^fe / washed'up on the river bank at Budapest has been solved. The corpse ha8 been identified as that ot Elsa Turcsary, a well-, known demi-mondaine, who possessed a considerable fortune, She was evidently strangled with a towel whilst asleep, It has been ascertained that tfiree men in a motor car visited the woman's house on Friday .last, and took her away with them- At the time she was 'j wearing jewels worth £4000. LINSEED COMPOUND, of 40 years proven efficacy for Coughs, Colde, Bronchitis, etc.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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UNFORTUNATE BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

UNFORTVJNAf£ BLUNDERS. " Dy Wm. North. The.wisdom of the "little people" if a subject <>[ never-falling charm to those -who love thom, and it is with a certain degree ot hesitation that 1 draw your attention to one or two curious instances of what may be termed "unwisdom." They are worth studying, because tlioy throw uomc light on the vexed question o£ instinct versus roaaon, No subject is better worth attention, none more 'frequently misunderstood, for many an action which we carelessly assign to Intelli gence is really the result of Instinct. A bird iIooh not learn to build a .nest nor does it reason out the best way of setting to pork. It simply, fol lows its instinct and acts as countless generations'of its kind have done in the past. Remmbor such a busy work er cannot be-said to be following the example of its parents sinco it never saw them at work, Kven better in stances of this may be found amongst the teeming members ot the insect world, for they are usually o...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

HOW TO NEUTRALISE) DANGEROUS STOMACH 4CID8. Few people besides ? physicians veal ise the importance of keeping the food contents of the stomach free iromaoid fermentation. Healthy normal diges tion cannot take place while the deli cite lining of the stomach is being in flamed ajid distended by aqid' apd wind-the results q£ fermei\ijng fqpd ?in the stomach. To seguro perfect digestioili fermentation must be stopped or prevented, and aoJcj H-'itr^iised. For this purpose physi cians usually recommend' getting a little bisurated magnesia fuom the chemist cffid taking hEilf a teaspoonful iu a little hot or cold water im mediately after eating. They recom mend bisurated magnesia because it is pleasant to take, has t^o (^isagff.eable after effects, and instantly stops fer mentation, neutralise^ the acid and makes the'sour acid food bland, sweet and easily digested. The regular use of bisurated mag nesia-be sure you get the bisurated, as other kinds of magnesia are of little value-is an abs...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

MWW-60. 8.T&. EST©. 1782. . AOOIDBMT. SMPUaYERS* LIABILITY. 1QSSES PAID EKCEED^SSjCGO.OCa iiwca E>v BtlBW ntlSO end 6y J.ISHTWH0 . ? airasnatto jrosil Sy thi» Ounpaiift ' " .flBSMTfl WANTED. #61 TO 471 OGURKE ST., .ftoOUBHE. ABBOTS.- . x?ffrOT<CT»l'r ' "Picldcil Pears.-To four and a-lmlf ?'abounds .of fruit .allow one pound and' si-talr of sugar, one.'piut of good wine or elder .vinegar,-it little cinnamon, .; ond fhe Vrinil of .& lemon. Peel the jieare,'^wliich...sIi.ouUl lie just on the, verge of :rlpenoss, halve them,-and ro .the1 :. cores;- Boil together the ' vinegar and sugar, skimming it thor oughly. i.Put,la the pears with the cia-. aamon and lemon-rind, and simmer ; over tt-ttXear^flre until the fruit is <eji , tier. Then lift ouWhe .pears ana placc , 4Jtoni ;in :iars and pour the hot. syrup over-them.: After a week drain off 4ho syrup, re-hoil it, aiul again pour ?St 'over ithe ^Jruit. When cold. fasten <2otTtt securely.....

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

F.1EE LIBRARY. | The monthly meeting of the IVeo Library couimitteo was held on Tues day afternoon. Present:-The presi dent (Dr Forstor), Rev. F. T. 0. Reynolds, and Messrs _ Lazarus, Rattray, Payne, Miles, and Rowo. An application form for participa tion in the Government special grant to libraries for building purposes was received from the Treasury. It was decided to apply for a grant of £15, and the filling in of the de taila as regards' proposed -works at the institution was referred to the presi dent and honorary architect (Mr H. E. Sando). In regard to tlio resignation of Mr F. J. Eberhard as a membor of com mittee,1 -which had been held over, Mr Lazarus . Btated ho had interviewed Mr Eberhard, who had resigned owing to the ' fact that lie could not attend the meetings in the afternoon during the sumtner months when he was very busy. He pointed out that leave of absence could be granted Mr Eberhard during the period named, and he believ< d Mr. Ebarliard would now b...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABOUT MIRRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

ABOUT MIRRORS. Tho first mirror was doubtless tlio smooth surface of a dear and shining pool. What wore tho feelings aroused by tlio sight of the reflected image which tlio primitive man or woman wuv J" the wator, we can only imagine; but \\illiams, tho missionary, tolls lis that aomo of the Fijians held that man had two spirits, a dark one and a light OnA, and that tlio reflection seen in a pool wus tho latter. And .when the mission ary placed one of these savages beforo a mirror, this ehild of Nature stood entranced, and murmured softly: ''Now I can see into tlio world of spirits 1" Artificial mirrors have been in use for thousands of years, as various re lies and literary referonces from the remote past give evidenco. Though vitrified lava and'sheets of illicit hare been put to ihia» use, most of the an cient mirrors - Egyptian, Hebrew, Greek, and Koman-were made of irie tal, usually bronzo or silver. Metal mirrors continued in use until 1 a. late period, and wo find Henry the Ei...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTIM OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

VICTIM OF ELECTRICAL QHOOK. A person who has suffered a soWsro electrical shook and is unconscious, needs prompt attention, just no a per son needs it who has boon taken uncon scious from tho water. In fact tho method of first aid to a victim of oloc trical shock is a great deal liko tho work of resuscitation' pf ft nearly, drownod sorson. i Experts have adopted what is known ns tho "prono pressure" method of re suscitation. It has been recognised that shocks from low voltage currents of from 110 to 500 volts, are usually ex tremely serious. Tho method which is usually applied in cases of drowning or asphyxiation from any cause serves well in eloctrical shock oasos. There are really fivo im portant points in this work: Starting respiration as speedily na possiblo. The position of tho viotim. The position of tho oporator. The method of operation. The speed and the length of the operation. The viotim should bo taken at once -to a place where the air is reasonably pure, and where it^is...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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RURAL WORKERS' DEMANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

RURAL "WORKERS' DEMANDS. In reference to the reports to the effect that arrangements have been completed for 7.00 farmers from the "Wagga district to go to Sydney to handle grain deolared " black" by unionists; Mr W. B. Rothery, organiser of the Farmers' and Settlers' Association, explains that farmers .would go to Sydney to work as lumpers only as a last resource, if the Sural Workers' TJaiqn o^usgd ii blacV gt'aiti to be refused a haijdr link by Sydney wharf -workers, Farmers from all parts of the State ?would journey to Sydney and load ships with all such " blaok" grain, but' no such steps of this kind, Mr Rothery stated, would be taken until the Sydney unionists-definitely re fused to handle consignments, arid the farmers! ancT Settlers' 'Association was hbpaful that no such crisis wquld ftrise. Meanwhile quiet preparatory grganjsfng wqpk was' bejng carried on. J'BV names of jirmqrs wiping to work Sydney; if jjecesSary, been ob- I taijjed, and a number qf vqjunteepg had already ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

QQNIJNPHUM3. I When is iron like a counterfoil; bank note?-When it ia forged.. j What nouns aro never declined by wen and women?-Money by men oucj matiijnpny by woniofy . " i 1 W-fty gocx, jv 4upk put its head undo? ' water P-For divers reasons, Which in tho most sarcastic of pro fessions P-A chemist; becauso ho is al-. ways ready with a retort. What thing is that whic^ if you natga ii you break itp-Silenco.' I What'most resembles a cat looking out of a window.-A cat looking in j a window. I'' What did A<jam ftrat plant i» tKg ' garden of Edon'-Hiq foo^. j What ia tho weight of the moon?-, i Four quarters. j If Falstaff wero musical, what ioatru° ( bient would ho linvo ployed upon?-A mclcbut (sack butt). What is smaller than a mit^'g W0Htji$ ' -That w}iich' is pujiin^o it. What sea \voul(J do for a bedroom? Adrihtio .a dry atiic). . bplongq to yourself f|ud js \ise.ij Vy everybody ' tnorp than jwuSeJjfp-i. IToui1 nam». If you throw a stone into the water. »hat does it bec...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORIGIN OF THE CABINET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

ORIGIN OF THE-CABINEf, Georgo the First is said to have beeij responsible tor tho word "Cabinet," qi it haa long applied to politics, When he was King he could not take part in the deliberations of his own Privy Council because he knew no English His statesmen djd fqt speak Germai}. Bo t>Jio jjlinistera tvIio served the first oI the Hanoverian Sovereign's used to, pieet in the King's privato room or pabinet Tvjvila h.p >ViV1 absent* and thu^ came tQ be spoken of as his ('Cabinet pouitcjl.'" " ' ;

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW EXHIBIT BY RICHARDS AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

NEW EXHIBIT BY EIOHAJ^8 AND CO. / Tho Christmas display by jicburds & Co. is usually looked toward to being an exhibition of she very highest achievement in artistic photographing, and it is n(> exaggera tion to claim that this hig\ standard is perfectly maintained, 'if not sur passed, by tho magnificent exhibit opened recently. The work of tho master-hand is evident in each of | the beautiful studies, and tho com 1 petent critic will discern an artistic progression, for this display is a distinct advance upon the last. Each study shows artistic feeling, atmosphere and refinement of treat ment, together with dignified yet rest ful posing, and delicacy and taste in the arrangement of the background and accessories, not often to be found in photography. In fact these are pictures in tho truest sense, made with the aid of the camera. The publio should take the earliest opportunity of j viewing these gems of modern art ; portraiture. < Tho large central studios are...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATT MINISTRY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

WATT MINISTRY'S PRO . GRAMME.' . The programme of the new Watt Ministry, as outlined by the Premier in liis Essendpn, speech, is one that will commend itself to country Liberals. It's principal planks are a sustained policy of railway extension ,and renewed efforts to encourage im migrants who will settle and work in the country districts. A country Ministry, intent on servingthe best interests of the State, will find a use. ful field for service in these enter prises. One of tho serious hindrances to national progress in Victoria, as' indeed in nearly all the other Austra lian States, is the undue, not to say alarming aggregation of population in the State Capital. Melbourne con tains more than a ' third of the popula- j tion of the .State,' "and the same abnor mal **ia ill. t.llO six capital cities' of Australia, whon com pared with the population of the Commonwealth. Thus, in effect, the development of the rural industries of the continent, on which tho prosperity of the whole co...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HATCHING OF CROCODILES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

THE HATCHING OF CROCODILES. All audible croaking cry is utt.ercd by young unlmtchod crocodiles when they aro within tho eggs in -which tlioy ato laid, and tlio cry is so loud and dis tinct that it can bo hoard when the I eggs are buried in snnd. Doctor W. A L:\mboni has recently tested tho 'fact at Lagos. Ho hoard a croaking noise from helow a dry path, and, digging iu tlie path to investigate the cause, ho discovered thirteen crocodiles' eggs tit a depth of about cghteen nehes. "All the young crocodlos hatched out after being dug up.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South African Strike. MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 16 January 1914

South "African Strike. MARTIAL LAW PROCLAIMED. Sensational developments in con nection with the industrial upheaval took place on Wednesday, when a general strike throughout South Africa wa3 declared, the notification being promptly followed by a . pro clamation of martial law by the Union Government. Tho declaration waa niado aa the result of the minora' ballots and the ballots of allied trades, showing a large majority in favor of a general strike. On a few mines, however, a majority voted against a . strike, and the troops who are encamped in the vicinity of the mines afford adequate protection in the event of the men wishing to continue at work despite the order for a general strike. . The federation delegates sat until a late hour with closed doors. When the decision wasannounced there wero scenes of the greatest enthusiasm within the council room, the delegates jumping up, waving liats and handker chiefs, and cheering vociferously.' One excited delegate thrust his head, throug...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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