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CHAPTER XX. A Witness for the Defence I. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

CHAPTER XX. A Witness for the Defence I. The "Christabel"; steamed into Southampton water at half-past seven o'clock on the following evening, hut it harbored no longer either little Madame Adele or the handsome American who had crossed the ocean to ibefriend hec. . Renal-Smith had taken her to the South that very morning; he was to leave her with her parents at the "gate" of Nante ville, and then to return with all dili gence to London to "settle your af fair," as: he said to Hugh with much' feeling. George Hedges, whose optimism was fond of; waiting upon opportunity, had regained1 the otium cum dignitato when they made Southampton, and he put it to Hugh that a little din-' ner-at the best of the hotels might: be .a .fitting prelude to. the "glad" work so soon to be done in London. "You can do nothing to-night, my dear fellow"—he suggested affably, and was almost shocked when he was reminded "that much could bo done. For some men joy is but meat and drink after all—the Archdeacon w...

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III. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

m. There was another letter sent on <by Geraldine, and this from one whom Hugh had not expected to in dulge in the candor of correspond ence. St. Denys was in his old cham bers in Jermyn-street, and there he fretted and fumed ftgainst the world, and the women who helped to people the world. "What had he done to de serve all this? he asked. "Why even his own son was being turned against him. He meant to put that straight —to have a private tutor for the hoy, and to see that these infernal women didn't coddle him any longer. ft was quite pathetic to read between the lines, and to see how this aristo crat derelict desired the very sym pathies he had done so much to alien ate. "Prove to me that there was nothing between Patty and this man Heresford, and I will take her back to-morrow," he wrote. "It's for the boy's sake", for I do really believe she's in love with me, and that's a fait." His other protestations proved, as Mat Michel said afterwards, that the devil had been ve...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
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FUTURE OF THE MERINO. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

FUTURE OF THE MERINO. The future of the Merino, says an American writer, which means all of the fine wool breeds, for we are not now specifying any particular type or family, is and has been a live ques tion of importance to many sheep men Cor many years. Fifty years ago the Merino breeders of the East talked of the future of the Merino in the West, when Michigan and Ohio were then the West. Twenty years ago Mi chigan and Ohio breeders talked of the ; future of the Merino in the range country, more especially of the south west, and here we are still talking about the same old thing. How does his future look now? Is it any dim mer, or is it even brighter? In those times their breeders had unbounded faith in their favorites, and time and events have justified their faith. With rhe radically different conditions which ' have developed in the last 15 or 20 years, and the process of evolution in which the entire sheep industry is even now Involved, is the primal and foremost position of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

BONE MANURES. When an eminent scientific eq about the middle of last centur.. . .in ly told the German farmers th \t they were acting very foolishly to let all the 'greater "part of the. waste bones collected in the country 'be exported, instead of using them for the improve tnent of the soil in their own country, fie well knew what he was saying. At that period the English farmers were in the habit of dressing their pastures and meadows with liberal ap plications of ,bone meal, and the de mand for thiB material was so great that the world.was ransacked to sat isfy it. The grass lands of England .were thus enriched to an extent that gain ed for them the reputation of being the best in Europe, and it is to this circumstance that the superiority and greater stamina of English horses and cattle may to a certain extent be at tributed. It is interesting to remember that the first chemical manure put upon the' market was a dissolved bone man ure manufactured in about the year 1S42 by Lawe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

8mb«e When you hurt yourself your hand naturally flies to the place to rub it. That is instinct — Nature showing the way. The " way" itself is to rub with Zam-Buk, be cause this is a pure healing balm, free from the rancid animal fats, mineral poisons, and turpentine found in common ointments and embrocations—also because being composed of the refined balsams from certain rare herbs it is easily absorbed. It is soothing,' healing, and antiseptic. It heals bruises, cuts, burns, scalds, sprains, cold sores, eczema, &c., and is valued equally by the housewife and the athlete for expelling pain. Of all tnmilts and stores at 1,6 fur box;'family sizt, 3fb (marly four timis tht quantity)j or direct for sanv frtafrm Ihi Zam-Buk Co-, PUt 51Syitug.

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LEILA AND HER LOVER Published by Arrangement with Ward, ck and Co. Ltd., Land, and Melb. All Rights Reserved. II. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

LEILA AND HER LOVER By MAX PEMBERTON. Published by Arrangement with Ward, ck and Co. Ltd., Land, and Melb. All Rights Reserved. II. Hugh aaw the great steamer put about for Southampton, and he watched Mat come out of the opera tor's room. An impulsive exclama tion called the Irishman to his side. The hour for subterfuge had gone. "Well, old chap, is the doctor aboard?" "No, he is not on board." "What made you thin* he would come via Cherbourg, Mat," "What the priest told rne—and my commonsense." "You thought he would set out im mediately?" "I was sure of it." . "Because of their friendship." "Man, y9 know better—'twas for the sake of the little girl '* , ; "Then the priest agrees that he was in love with her?" "As mad in love as the other. I'd be the same myself if she were < n this boat another day or two." "What will we do now, Mat?" "Cable to America, and say we're taking the child on to London." "I don't believe she'll go, Mat." "Ah, then, 'tis precious little ye know...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

A NEW STORY Of great interest Entitled A BROTHER'S L0¥E By Graham Brown, Will be Commenced Next Week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d " For the Blood is the Life."—If the blood is laden- .with impurities it spreads disease as it circulates through the organs of thechuman body—Lungs, Heart, Stomach, Kidneys,Brain. Clarke's World-famed Blood .Mixture is war ranted to cleanse*, the blood from all impurities from whatever cause arising, For Scrofula, Scurvy, Bad Legs, Eczema Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds, its effects are marvel ous. Thousands of wonderful cures have been effected by it. Sold every where at 2s 9d. Beware of worthless substitutes. Ml THIS W'fl@fT FORGET IT., P. MOILOMEY, (CARPENTER, Painter, Paperhanger, j etc., CRESCENT, TALBOT (oppo site Bank of Australasia), is prepared to do all kinds of work. Furniture Re paired, Stained, or Varnished. Up holstering done in all its branches. Ve netian Blinds repaired and painted. Coppers and Ovens built in. Prices Right. Trial Solicited. Lump sura or at per day. Pa...

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BEAUTY VERSUS UTILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

BEAUTY VERSUS UTILITY. There are two lines of thoughtstruL gling for the ascendancy among bree ders of dairy cattle, "the: line of so called beauty and the line of definite utility. Then there is another line o£ thought struggling up through the accumulated ignorance of the ages, the line of relation of form to func tion. How little we know of it and about it, though .the truth of it is ap parent.^ On this point we are remind ed of a remark of Ezra Micbenor, a noted Guernsey breeder of Pennsyl vania, to the effect that he sold the sire of Dolly Bloom, one of the most famous cows of the breed, when he was four yeare old, because he was so scrubby looking. How near our notions of beauty are to the standard of intelligenit breeding can be vers well illustrated by this incident.— [ 'Hoard's Dairyman."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

! That is the song of the New YE®A Separator The musical ham of beautiful ly balanced mechanism— Growing1 more and more intense while the cream flows thicker and thicker— And your bank balance gets bigger and bigger and bigger And you chuckle quietly to your self when you think how little you paid for the Vega, and how many times over you have got your money back. Prices of New Model Vega Separators. 10 GaL—£3/15/; 65 GaL—.£10/10 28 Gal.—£T, 80 Gal.—£15/15 Full Particulars Dept-fcu-. Buckeye Ha*vested Co., 42-50 FRANCIS ST., MEDB. Energetic Agents Wanted. A GOOD BUSINESS SUIT AT A REASONABLE PRICE MADE TO YOUR MEASURE. FOR S5/ Try one of these Suits and you will be agreeably surprised at their marvellous value —you have the pick of the largest variety in Australia of Suitings in the latest shades and designs to choose from. ALL ONE PRICE. Ordering elsewhere is sheer waste of money, as the Suit I make for 35/- is equal to anything else at 70/-. Patterns, S.M. form and tape sent to an...

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FOR QUIET MOMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

FOR QUIET MOMENTS. Words are the coin of thought. Content is the stiort cut to happi ness. Aim at the highest and at least you soar. The sweetest grapes hang highest That is gold what is worth gold. " We make our disappointments by being too exacting. The streams of small pleasures fill the lake of happiness. By the street By-and-bye we .arrive at the house of Never. Better.a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without one. Soon ripe, soon rotten; soon wise, soon foolish. He who has no plagues makes him self some. It is our own most prominent fault that looks ugliest in another. It is by what we do, not by what is done for us, that we become strong or good. The man who has no money in his purse must have honey in his mouth! When men are full of envy, they disparage everything, whether it be good or bad. He who would eat the kernel must crack the nut—lie who would hav? the gain must have the pain.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

16-32 H.p. LONG STROKE, HIGH POWER. SPECIALY ADAPTED to AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS. £360 to £450. 99 11-9, 13-9 and 15-9 H.P. SPEEDY, SMART, COSY, RELIABLE £450 to £595. (15-20 H.P. (One Model Only.) The Finest Car at Last London Olympia. The result of years of Concentrated Energy. Price, £650 to £700. WE ALSO STOCK I r Y "aires," "abbott," and "valveless" cars. WlUya-Vtlllty, Garford and HupmobiJe Commercial Vehicles. A card from you will bring Fullest Particulars per return. geelong: gheringhap street. melbourne: 618-24 elizabeth street. 'Phone - 1582. 'Phone - 5306.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

There are morose hard natures in which cheerfulness cannot be planted or engrafted. Such natures are like shadows of life—the clouds that blot put from our view the beautiful sun.

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Gone Astray. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

Gone Astray. "My child, what is an erring man?" ] said a teacher at a day school examin ation in Brighton to the brightest pu pil. "The fishmonger," was the prompt reply. - !

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A STRANGE COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

A STRANGE COINCIDENCE. A curious incident occurred 36 hours after leaving Southampton. A large bird perched itself on the sum-; ■mit of the main mast, a sailor went up and caught it and brought it down, ;and it proved to be a brown owl! I ■am superstitious about owls, and was v.-ry depressed, especially as I had left my favorite sister ill. The sailors tied a string around the poor, dazed ! creature's leg and were rather ill- : treating it, so I offered them two shll- J lings for the -bird, which they accept ed, and I then let it out of my port-- j .hole. The captain told me that they .often caughl even -smaller birds on the mast, especially when the wind was blowing off the land. On arriv ing at Lisbon we received a telegram ! to say that 36 hours after my -depar- ! ture.my sister had passed away, and also Lady Macdonell, the wife of Gen eral Sir A. Macdonell, my brother-in law—it was a strange coincidence!-— j "Reminiscences of a Diplomatic Life," J iby Lady Macdonell. j

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TALBOT SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 1ST JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

TALBOT SHIRE COUNCIL. — ;u; . Monday, 1st June. Present: Crs Miller, Branigan, Churchill, Vinecombe, Matthews, Fawcett, and Coutts. In the ab sence of the president, Cr Miller was voted to the chair. . CrNichol (president) apologised through Cr (Joutts, and Cr Fraser through Cr Fawcett, for absence correspondence. From Public Works Depart ment, stating that owing to the large demand for Pentridge wire netting, stocks on hand were ex hausted, but first quality English wire netting was available at £23 per mile. From Education Department, in reference to Empire Day cele brations. The secretary said he had brought the circular under the notice of the president, who had instructed him to present a tin of lollies to each of the five schools in the shire. From £!reswick Shire, forward ing account for £6 8s 9d, the council's moiety of the cost of boundary road works near .Nolan's corner, Lord Clyde. The amount was placed on the paysheet. From Shires of Creswick, Tul laroop, Newstead, and L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

Borough of Talbot. NOTICE is hereby given that in ac cordance with the provisions of the Local Government Act no :occupior of Rateable Property within the Borough will be ENTITLED to be ENROLLED upon the RATEPAYERS' ROLL for the year 1914, unless .ALL RATES in respect of such property have been PAID on or before THE TENTH DAY OF. JUNE, 1914. . The Rale Collector will be in at< tendance at the Town Hall FROM THE FIRST TO THE TENTH DAY OF JUNE in clusive (Sundays excepted) during office hours for the purpose of receiving Pay ment of Rates. Interest at tho rate of £6 per centum per annum will be charged on the Rates not paid within six months after the same become'due, and 8 per cent, on arrears previous to 24th. Decem ber, 1903. P. W. SALMON, * Town Clerk. Town Hall, Talbot, 15th May, 1914. Shire of Talbot. A LL RATES and INTEREST: due _Ol MUST BE PAID before or on the TENTH of JUNE to entitle persons rated to be Enrolled upon the VOTERS' ROLL for the current year. The Rate...

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A SHIRE ROAD QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

A. SHIRE ROAD QUESTION. The question of making the surveyed road near the Glenmona estate trafficable was again under discussion at the Talbot Shire Council meeting on Monday. In the first place a letter was read From Geo. Mills, Glenmona, declining to accept the council's offers, either to keep the track through Glenmona in good order, or to recoup him for expense of doing so if he would allow traffic as usual to use the road. He also stated that owing to the action of a certain ratepayer he had been compelled to close the track against heavy traffic. The west riding members re ported on the matter as follows :— We made an inspection of the surveyed road east and north of Glenmona pre emptive right, and came to the conclu sion that it would require a considerable sum (probabfy £150) to render the road at all trafficable for heavy loading. After consultation, we decided to in struct your secretary to write to Mr Mills offering either for the council to keep the private track through...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

THE 89-91 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. Value of Trust Estate, approx.; £2,700,000. AUTHORISED CAPITAL, £250,000. SUBSCRIBED, £150 000. •ALL CLASSES OF TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR BUSINESS. ^ All the Directors have country Interests, and Country Estates are a Specialty. DIRECTORS:—W. M. Hyndman, Esq., Chairman; Colin Templeton. Esq.; Hon. i John Thomson, M.L.A.; Harry P. Henty, Esq. Money to Lend without. Commission. Applications will be promptly dealt with and Valuation Fees, etc., quoted. Manager: Arthur Crenbry Outhwaite, J*P. Send for Association's Pamphlet, giving fullest information. SKINS, WOOL, HIDES, TALLOW, ETC. Send direct to— STORES: 278-282 SPENCER STREET MELBOURNE. Save Commission and get Highest Prices and Prompt Returns. AGENTS, FISONS' SHEEP DIP. ^Qjueen's Bridge, MELBOURNE3 J WJndmill Manufacturers, COLAC, VIC. Simplest and Most Durable Mill on the Market. SEND FOR CATALOG POST FREE. By Appointment His Excellency the to mIStoS? Governor-General. n~n rp rv^nf^-^Yc? Importers of Ai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 6 June 1914

TAKE PEPS REGULARLY. :o: The Real Safeguard Against Throa.t and Chest Troubles. It is always best at this dangerous time of the year to carry a box of Peps, and let ono or two of these breathe-able tablets dissolve in the mouth This is the surest way to arrest a cold or chill in its first stages, and so prevent its sett ling on the Jungs. IN train or Tram Peps will enable you to ward off the danger arising from winds and draughts, or from contact with people suffering from infectious colds, influenza, and chest complaints. If a Persistent Tickling Cough seizes you, .Peps will at once rid you of the cause of the irritation, and will save you from an obstinate attack of sore throat or bronchitis. For the Children, the safest and most pleasant throat and chest remedy is Peps. Peps are free from all harmful drugs, and soon stop croupiness, wheez iDg, and bad breathing. FOR THE Old Folks Peps mean rest ful days and peaceful nights, unbroken by the exhausting cough of bronchitis, or the s...

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