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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

'"sr5 ten KODAK (AUSTRALASIA) LTD. offer a First Prize of €100, and 115 other Cash Prizes, to those who can prove, by means ol ton Kodak snapshots, that they have spent the happiest moments during 1914. Take a Kodak, and bring happy pictures home with you. You can learn to use a Kodak in hall" an hour, and beginners must. win 28 of the great Happy Moment Prizes. Get a Kodak. Here are two favorite Kodaks:— THE VEST POCKET KODAK ig the Newest and Smallest of the Kodaks. Price, SO/.. THE POST CARD (3A) FOLDING POCKET KODAK takes pictures post-card size.. Price, £4/10/ Ask your nearest Kodak dealer for a copy of the "Happy Moments" Booklet. It is beautifully illustrated, and is free. Incorporating Baker & Rouse Prop. Ltd., "The Block," 284 Collins Street, Melbourne, And All States and N.Z.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Foreign Affairs [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Foreign Affairs The cases in which Japanese naval officers are alleged to have received bribes from German armament firms, have become a political issue of the first magnitude in Japan, and threaten to shake the Ministry. The yellow press is making vicious personal attacks on Baron Yamamoto, the Premier, and Baron Saito, the Minister for Marine, who have repudiated the assertions, but promised the fullest inquiry. The Kaiser is the richest man in the Fatherland, his wealth being put down at £19,700.600. The Duke of Mecklen burg" is said to be worth £17,750,000, and the wealth of Frau Krupp, head of the famous Krupp steel works, is estimaed a £16,0000,000. Between them, it is stat ed, they would contribute £2,000,000 to the proposed war tax. . M. Valdrome, French Consul at Tan gier, has been murdered by 'his cook in sensational circumstances. He waa giving "s dinner party, when he found, after ttie guests had arrived, that the cook was drunk. M. Yaldrome remon strated with the man, a...

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THE WEEKLY TIMES SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. IRRIGATION AND MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914. IRRIGATION AMD MARKETS It is not surprising that the com prehensive articles "by "Yarran," on the irrigation settlements, which have appeared during the last few weeks in - these pages, have attracted such wide spread attention. The writer who was one of the judges in the competitions organised bf the Water Supply De partment, travelled through the whole of the settlements and was afforded special facilities for inspecting the work done. While it is much too early to say that the policy has proved itself an unqualified success it can be said that thousands of useful settlers have been added to the farming population, that the educational influence has been valuable, and that the small-holding idea has been popularised. Some of the settlements that were threatened in their early stages by disaster, owing to the introduction of men who were not suited to the circumstances, have recovered, and that the lessons of the early failures were subsequently ap plied...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

CONTENTS Tage r Chess and Draughts oou 33; km 2 Humorist -*-»< ^ g-g ^ 3,-^ 2 World of Fiction ;q; ^ 3^3 rjrt~. >is 8*7 Sunday Beading nnr: ere mr acc 7 Woman's World « ^ 9-14 World of Sport ^rs; 53; 3^ jr^ j-c i9*2o 3S ews in Brief r,-,- ts-6- g-® 26 Notes of the Week yric yr<Q Si Feerybingle Papers ^-r ^ gr_« 32 Cables t •- > 1: -<#: yv. noc hjc st. soi 82 Impoundings « <„,< m: ^ K¥i [0i 88 Markets and Commercial ro: 87-38 Young Folks tr.- 39 Answers to Correspondents. ^ 40 Mintfia ».»' •« «; "» e; '.*,-»Z [q~+~ 41 Wool Sales »-# -«-»• »j .«_■#' >»; > «■ •« »j 42 Agriculture .-«>: >-*- ■«•-»-] r0 46-51 Horticulture . . . *• , V: .« »- <_<■*. 52-53 Poultry and Kennel **• -. »< -«. 54-55 Arw — ■■' — —■ ■ ■■■■■- —■■■■ ■ — Special Advertisements. fr SHE PERPETUAL EXECUTORS & TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. DIRECTORS.—W. M. Hyndman, Esq., Chair man; Colin Templet...

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Sport for the People [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Sport for the People Whether sport makes national char- I aeter _ or national character makes sport is a pretty subject for discussion. Sir Day Bosanquet, retiring Governor ;*tr|»^puth Australia, touched the fringe q£ /fem^soniQ remarks at a luncheon at ~t&4£¥4«tb^ian Park racecourse. He was eulog^Sina\ race meetings as social 5g£Uier»Ssl^an amusement and a cause \o£yth$ 'improvement in the breed of horses. r «Ua this is true. One may go -fa^thQr'jWmn that. It may be said that been no such animals in i^saiksffce as horses, Australia would i have been unpeopled to-day by a white race. Were horses to die out to-morrow, Australians would have to i re-create them. In the first instance, travel over vast spaces would have been impossible; in the second, a blank would be caused in our existence that would insist on being filled in. For one of -the great difficulties of a leisured class is to know what , to do with their leisure, and 'in this country practically everyone is a membe...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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THIS HEATHCOTID DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

THIS HEATHCOTID DISTRICT. Minna Hamilton, wlio lives at Deriinai, writes:—Pear Aunt Connie,—As you left the choice of tho subject for this month's com petition to ourselves I intend to write about "Our District and lis Industries.'' The dis trict (Heathcote) is situated about 80 miles from Melbourne. . The main towns aro Heath coto, Pynlong, and Costerfleld, but there are many other smaller ones. All these towns have helped to make the country better by bringing people from other places. The soil is very fertile, and just suits agriculture, which is the chief Industry. Many of the farmeris Jiavo sheep, from which they get Tainbs and a floeco of v.'ooi, which is gener ally sold in Melbourne. Dairying is carried on to some small extent on the banks of the Campaspe and Coliban rivers. The men with dairy herds separate the milk aud send the creaai to the nearest butter factory, or else they make butter and cheese. Thero are also a few orchards, but the fruit is just sold around the dist...

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THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

THE SEA. lsa M'Isaac, who lives at 2G4 Barkly street, West Footacray, writes:—Dear Aunt, Connie,— I have never writton to you before, but I hope you will accept* me as one of your many ^ces. I am 15 vear3 old. My subjeot iis f-Ahe Sea," What a host of memories these two simple and oft-ropoated words awake! Memories of pleasant summor days spout bathing in its cool, refreshing waters or lying full length on the golden sand, indulging in the sweetest of day -dreams Set to the music of the soft swish of the restless waves on the pebbly shore. How the poets loved the sea! It" has been the subject for many beautiful poems and writings. Byron, Lord Avebury, Rusltin, Tennyson. Dickens, and many other celebrated poets and authors loved and wrote about the sea. To some it brings tender, sad memories, while to others passions and longings; but, whatever its message, the sea never fails to leave some impression on the hearts of men. How awe-inspiring is the storm at sea! Then one sees Nature a...

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RACING AT GEELONG EARLY DAYS RECALLED. PAST AND PRESENT COMPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

RACING AT GEELONG EARLY DAYS RECALLED. PAST AND PRESENT COMPARED. (By "AUSTRAL.") Few, if any, towns in the Common wealth have a more stirring turf history tl^an Geelong.; It is difficult to ascer tain definitely the date of the first race meeting held there, but it is on record that as far back as 1846 Bunyip, 9. horse by Duke of Argyle, from an im ported Arab mare, won a race on the old course on the bank of the Barwon River. The Barwon did not treat the Geelong Club kindly, as on numerous occasions it rose above its banks and flooded the course. At the present tima what was the club's headquarters is growing lucerne and other useful products for the Geelong Harbor Trust, while the club has a fine new course. In the early days racing was not con ducted under such favorable conditions as it is to-day. Now the train travel ler sits back in his easy seat and grumbles if the engine pulls up to another coming ija the opposite direc . lion pass, or the motorist Complains if the road is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

$ I i 1 515 I i % Children show this tendency early when they ''build houses" with their blocks and set their dolls and toys inside. If "grown-ups" followed the lead of the children and built themselves well-furnished homes, this ^oalcl be a much happier world for them, because properly furnished homes make hai>py homes. It is natural for everyone to want to build a home, and it is possible for everyone to have a Beautiful Home. We have said this maay times, and a good many people have taken ad vantage of our offer. This is for your benefit. We would like to Fur nish a Real Home for you. l>onft say. "I'd like to have one, but I can't afford it." Here are the reasons why you can afford its—— ■ - ' Lin. lU-JJ .IJ.UJt 'k i A Weil-Built LEATHER SUITE, consisting of:— Large, Full-Size COUGH; TWO Deep, Roomy EASY CHAIRS and FOUR STANDARD CHAIRS, carved backs, spring-seated and eas tered throughout. I FLOOR COSHERING, choice of newest floral and other patterns, any color scheme. ' 5 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Mye/s Sale The Housekeeper's Opportunity This Clearance Sale at MYJSK'S means, above all else, a House keeper's Sale. For here is an early show of Autumn Goods being; sold at reduced prices, indicating savings of one-quarter, one-third, and in many cases one-half. Not a woman who "keeps house," as the saying- is, hut will be interested in this Sale. Not a woman, who is well advised, will fail to take advantage of these Substantial Re ductions at MYEXl'S. Send your orders NOW—TO-DAY. Sheeting, heavy white twilling, guaran teed free from dressing, 54in, wide, usually 1/, 1/4% yard; Sale price, 9%d, 1/1% yard; 72in., 1/3, 1/4% yard; Sale price, 10%d, 1/. SOin. wide, 1/4%, 1/11 yard; Sale price. 1/1 %, 1/7%. Unbleached Herringbone Twill Sheeting, strong and durable, 54in. wide, 1/, 1/3; Sale price, 8%d, 1/ yard. 72in., 1/3, 1/6; Sale price, 10%d, 1/3. 80in., 1/6, 1/9 yard; Sale price, 1/3, 1/5% yard. Calicoes.—Our Calicoes are absolutely freo from dressing 36in., usually 6/6, for 4/11; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Four Special Get Rid Quick Parcels, No. 1 GET RID QUICK PARCEL Oddments and Remnants, Print, Zephyr, Muslin, Foulards, etc., in nice lengths, suitable for child ren's wear; better value than ever sent; worth 8/6; Special price, 5/ the parcel. No. 2 GET RID QUICK 8/0. PARCEL. 8/6. 8 yds. Navy and White Muslin, 6 yds. Pretty Washing Delaine. 6 yds# Navy Washing Cambrics, spot, floral or stripe. 0 yds. liight Washing Cambric. No. -S GET RID QUICK 10/. PARCEL 10A 6 yds. Striped Delaine. 0 yds. Striped Washing Zephyr. 6 yds. Navy Cambric, spot or stripe or floral. 6 yds. Strong Washing Muslin. 6 yds. White Open-work MusIinB No. 4 GET RID QUICK 18/0. PARCEL 18/8. 8 yds. Navy and White Floral Muslin. 8 yds. Striped Washing Zephyr. 8 yds. Pretty Washing Cambric. 8. yds. White Open-work Muslin. 8 yds. Indigo Prints, navy, stripe or floral. 8 yds. Striped Navy Matron Cloth. 1 White Swiss Embroidered Mus lin Blouse Length. RICHARDS AND CO.'"8 A.N. A. — 9/11% DRESS PARCEL. 5 yds. D.W. Silk Taff...

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A "BOILERETTE." [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

A "BOILERETTE." In a small flat where every inch of space is valuable, it is often impossible to find room for a washing- ' boiler. Laundry bills become a fearsome ex pense, when every small article of lin gerie has to be sent out. One bachelor woman has solved the problem with a kerosene tin. One side has been taken from this.and a light handle af fixed. Of course there are no rough ened edges. The tin was prepared by a plumber for a couple of shillings. When not in use this boiler is packed into an ordinary kerosene case. The case is planed, painted, varnished, and fitted with a lid. With a cushion it makes a comfortable seat for the liv ing room.

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SUGGESTIONS FOR THE HOME FIRELESS COOKING BOX HOW TO MAKE AND USE HAT INSTEAD OF COAL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

SUGGESTIONS FOR THE HOME i FIBELESS COOKING BOX HOW TO MAKE AND USE HAT INSTEAD OF COAL To the busy housewife who desires to minimise labor and trouble in every possible way, a fireless cooking-box is an invaluable posts'on. It is quite casv to make and manage, and, once star ed it will be found to provide a most eco nomical and effectual means of pre paring food. The first step towards obtaining the cooking-box is to secure a substantial wooden chest. For a medium-sized family this should not be less than lft. ,8in. in height, depth, and breadth (interior measurements). The lid must fasten securely with a hasp or lock, and must lie fiat, and the wood must be stout and free from kiiots or cracks. A carpenter would probably make such a box for about 10/, but $ cheaper method would be to pur chase a packing-case, such as are sent filled with goods to grocery stores. However, the plan first-named will prove more satisfactory, as the wood The first illustration shows the kind of box reo...

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NOMINATIONS DUE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

NOMINATIONS DUE On Tuesday, February 3, general en tries are due with Mr H. Byron Moore, V.R.C. Buildings, Bourke street, Mel bourne, for the Autumn meeting of the Victoria Racing Club, which begins at Flemington on Saturday, February 28. Nominations have already closed for some of the important races to be de cided, but there are still 19 events re quiring attention. In addition to the head office, entries may be lodged at the club's offices in bhe capitals of the other States. Nominations close with Mr C. F. Orr, at his office, 491 Bourke street, Mel bourne, on Monday, February 2, for the Summer meeting of the Williamstown Racing Club. The meeting has been fixed for Saturday, February 7. A pro gramme of six events, over which the sum of £700 is distributed, should ap peal to owners. Mr A. V. Hiskens will, on Monday, February 9, receive entries for the meeting of the Moonee" Valley Racing Club arranged for Wednesday, Febru ary 18. The stakes total £700, three of the events being ea...

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MELBOURNE SALES, JANUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

MELBOURNE SALES, JANUARY 20. _ _ Catalogues on Monday, January 26. includec 10,575 bales Competition was very strong, ant! prices ruled at an advance of full 5 per cent above the closing rates for December. Younichusband, Row and Co. Proprietary Ltd. made sales as follows:—A further con | slgnment of the well-known clip Moyne Falls (.Mr Tlios. Robertson), from Macartbur, sold at 14d oomebaok wool, two other lines mat; ing lS^d; whilst %-bred made 10%d, anc lambs' 14Vid. From Penola, B.A., N-angwarrj (exors. A, Gardiner), realised to 14d, paid for the A obk, 13d for cbk, 12%d for 30 bales A Vi-bred, broken ll%d, and lambs' 13^d. Mi T. Fitzgerald's Rosebrook over TP, from Coleraine, realised 13^4 for 14 bales cbk, lsl xbd making 12^44. pieces, U*4d. Koetong ovei RS (Mr E. Smith), 12^. AJL over Cudgewfl (Mr A. J. Land), 12^d. Mr P. Hangan's PH over Koetong. to 12^4d for 20 bales of merino. EHS over Wagra v(Mr B. S. Smith) made up to 13*4,d for super combing, another line oi combing mak...

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V.A.T.C. MEETING OAKLEIGH PLATE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

V.A.T.C. MEETIXg" m OAKKETGH PI,AT P vr a ^ Mr R. IC Maitland declared tlvff 'Ileaps to govern the OakloUh pS* set down for decision on Satm* ' February 14, as follow:- *dtu*<lay, OAKLEIGH PLATK Five furlongs and a half Jolly Beggar . 9 11 Royal LarldiP Popinjay. ... 9 9 Lord Lidd'e C^er 9 V Crosbie . . ' Valido .... 9 / Early How Captain White 9 7 Miss Gower ' 9 3 Lord Walla Nuwara Eliya Athenic , . . Andelosia . . Audacity . . . Silver Lad . . Tatterley . . Alecouner . . Rathlea . . . Tadanga Bretclle Four Flush „ * Ligero . . g ^ Yarrien 0 10 1 • . , 8 13 ^ose R-oynl « Coolagunyah . g Culross . , | 8 n Braw Queen . | •j aaanga .... 8 21 Arndel .... lownit 8 11 Hieraetus . , . Philio .... 89 Elvaoiio . „ „ Widgiewa ^ 8 7 ,?rnez • ■ • . Kildalton ... 8 7 Aboyne • . . Tofua ..... 87 Best Scot . . , First Shot ... 8 5 f^el Buckley „ Antoinette ... 8 5 °pica Dliuldul .... 8 3 Blague .... Gold Brew . . r 8 3 Rapine .... Pinkerton ... 8 3 £enIt koc-h . , Caimarie - . . 8 3 Co...

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TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

TUESDAY, JANUARY 27 Catalogues including 9SG0 b&le.s were pre sented to buyers. Tliere was no change apparent. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency 'Company Limited held a sale, among the transactions being:—AH and A sold to 15d.. bkn to loVsd., pes to 12^4d.( nks 12Vid. WP over G-lenafton, from Yea, A and AA 14%d., bkn to 12%cL, and cs 12d. Meryula, from Aldington, 14^id. for A H and E, and 12%,d. for lambs'. T.H.L. and Son over Chetwynd, to' 14%ait cbk 13&., xbd W and E. 12V»d., nks to I2*4d>. pes to 11V4. R in square over Terka, from Kirkstall, sold to lid for A com, 13%d. for cbk, lid. for xbd. DM (in a square) over from Upper Flynu's Creek, 14d., lambs' to 13Vid. W over W, from Horsham. 13Vsd. for 1st com. JB over Glenariff, from Stratford, sold to 13Vid. for A c.bk. 123i.d. for cbk H and E, and S^4d. for Lin. THL over BC, from Macarthur, was well grown. AA flee sold to 13>4d.. A A cbk 12Vid.; bku to 12^4d., xbd to l2d. CAS over Mossvale, from Great West...

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INTERSTATE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

INTERSTATE Diamond drill No. 96 bore at the 725 feyt level has yielded a sulphide core assaying 22 per -cent, lead, 39.2 oz silver, and 14.2 pei cent. zinc. No. 2 shaft has been deepenec to 1332 feet. Black Range (W.A.) have continued the main shaft below No. 15 level. - It is the intention, however, to cut a plat at the it j level and explore the 2 oz stone which re cently. came into the shaft. At the South Blocks' No. 6 level the main south drive has been restarted. For the last 25 feet the main north drive in the Zinc lode at No. 3 level- averaged 14.2 per cent, lead, 2.8 oz silver, and 15.3 per cent. zinc. > A mid-monthly clean-up (partial) at the Golden Butterfly has yielded gold worth £630. For the week 403 tons assaying 25/6 a ton were put through. The ■ residues contained 2/1 a ton. In the rise from No. 2-level north the value of the stone is 22/ over 48 inches; I in the rise from No. S level south 22/6 over 54 . inches. New Burragorang (N.'S.W.) have consigned 6% tons of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

URIC ACID is a deadly poison that is- produced in the human body, and it is the duty of the kidneys to collect this poison from the blood and to pass it safely out of the system, together with all waste water. Eut it does not take much to set the kidneys back, and when they get be hind they cannot right them selves without help. The uric acid clogs the kidneys, causing that dull, heavy aching in the back, and sharp twinges when stooping or lifting. It attacks the nerves with neuralgia and sciatica. It brings headache, dizziness, languor, and dis orders of the urine. Try a good kidney medicine if you have any of the above symp- GBssssmsmsss, toms. There is nothing else so prompt and effective as Doan's Backache Kidney Fills. Are sold at 2/9 per bottle (six bottles 15/3), at all chemists and stores, or post free from Foster McClellan Co., 76 Pitt street, Sydney. Mr R. Gordon, 29a Albert street, Brunswick, Melbourne, says:—"I can speak very highly indeed of Doan's Backache Kidney Pills...

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AUTUMN CARNIVAL NEWMARKET AND CUP WEIGHTS REVIEWED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

AUTUMN" CAR XIV A Jj NEWMARKET AND CUP WEIGHTS REVIEWED Mr W. A. Menzies on Januarv 27 is ued weights for the Newmarket Han dicap and Australian Cup, the two principal handicaps to be decided at the Autumn meeting* of the iVctoria Cagou . . . .90 Sound Asleep . 7 1 ttolawa . . : . 9 0 DhulduI. ... 7 1 Xuwara Eliya . 811 Plasticine . . , 7 0 Valido . . . . 8 11 Culross 7 0 Lilyveil . . . S 11 Precious .... 7 0 Cider S 11 Pinkerton ... 7 0 Mountain Prin- Kent Loch ..70 cess ..... 8 11 Silver Claim . 7 0 Captain White . 8 9 Bretelle . . . 6 13 Danaus .... 89 Braw Queen . . 6 13 Athenic ..... 89 Hush Money . 6 13 Aleconner ... 8 7 Paper Money. . 6 13 Audacity ... 8 7 Highbrow ... 6 13 St. Mectoc . . .. S 7 Avonwort . . . 6 13 Lord Walla . . 8 G All Red ... 6 13 Saturate ... 8 5 Miracle 6 11 Sir Willie ... S 5 Modify .... 6 11 Tadanga .... 8 5 Winnipeg. ... 6 11 Andelosia ... 85 Crosbie .... G 11 Saracen .... 83 Best Scot ... 6 9 Antoinette ... 8 3 Mint Sauce ..69 j Beau Soult ,.83 Irish...

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