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THE FINISHED VOLUME, 1918. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

i j JTHE FINISHED VOLUME, I9I&'F:!? 'Tis closed, tlfe volumo of tho year, Tho final pago completely filled, 'And with its talo in fangungo clear, Writ by tho unerring Scribo BO skill'd, In place tho finished hook" appears Upon the wide-rangod shelves of timo. Among the tomes of all the years, And annals true from ov'ry olimo: ind in tho storied talo that cannot liox ire writ tho little deeds of you and I. A mingled talo each page unfolds Of noblo aot and aoed of sliamo And each its own suro judgment holds Tho patient good or ovil flame, Tho helping hand or miser's1 grasp, A swoet'ning life or sordid days, That healing touch or wounding clasp, Tho narrow path or blighting ways . A.h, in the sun, where good with ill doth vie, How count tho littlo doeda of you and

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

?.I. iV- PRESTON Ironmonger, FURNITURE DEALER, AND TIMBKU MK11CHANT, (Royal HiuldinL'.'O £raser uiul Uaiiey Streets DESIRES to call the attention ot tlio public to liij; largo and variod Htoi:k ID all departments Kloctro-pliiteil Ware Furniture Cutlery Bedsteads L»ui|iw:vrc Hcddiu| Olollowuvc ai:il I/rams & Go-Carts Furnislmij; IV >!;:;n>:i!.'ory Trawlling Bags and Trunks SPECIAL PUltOUAoG of SPOUTING AMMUNITION in Kynoch (smokeless) Kynoch (black; Ballistite " Now Club Amberite . Uly's ,, Bonax " Ajax " -Empire " Winchester Onuridges, smokeletB black. Stoves, Coppers & Frames, Coloni.il Ovens, Water Hags, Butter Coolers BolUogeties Meat Safes I.R. Hom, Sparklets. Noto All Electro-plats and CutlerRngli'h irakoa. Guaranteed* Note Address : BOYAL 'BUILDINGS, (Next B, Thomas') TKABEn Strekt Ci.bneb. Piano <fe Organ Tuning' .Our Piano Tuner, Air OHO, PARKER, is at present iu CJunes, Those requiring tho services of a thoroughly competent man are requested...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

PREVENTION J^IL!e;FEViER: Frequent milking, but only a little it a time, is found ono of the best pre ?ontivcs, and for this reason leaving .lie calf with tho cow (some say for 24 1 lours; but for a w^.'k is better) is ;enerally successful. As gross feed >rs, good doers, and heavy milkers aro nore liable, it is a good plan to take j ;Uese off green feed, and put on a iparo diet of dry foddor a week before salving. About tlirco or four days be- I 'ore calving a purgative is advisnblo. ?or this, 8uz. glauber Baits, loz. gin jer, and a little treacle, in a quart of vater, will bo found effective. As ;he accepted our-c by means of pure air j pumped into tho udder seems to point , ;o tho fact that an anaerobic (without j lir) bacteria is tlio cause, it is advis ible on this and other grounds to vig orously disinfect floor and walls of byres, rugs, utensils, etc., and flush 3Ut tho oow. A milk-fever outfit should ilways be kept, so that pure air can bo pumped in, and the udder and sur ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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CARDS SENT TO FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

CARDS SENT TO FARMERS. During this week the Government Statist, Mr A. M. Laughton, will post about 37,00Q cards tfl the farmers in the wheat and oat growing districts, with the request that they will furnish the area sown with wheat and oats for the present season; and state the quantity qf -lyheat on tfoe farm on 30th instant; As it is a matter of great interest to the publio, and to farmers espeoially, to know the total areas under theso two important crops, each farmer is requested to fill in liis* parcl and leturri it iir, mediately after the §Qt|i June, so that the information way be oompiled and published at tho earliest possible date, It is particu larly requested that the cards sont to farmers be returned, whether they have sown or not. Schedules aro also tjeing sent to the Railway Department, and by post to flour mills and wheat stores, with the view of ascertaining tho quantities of stocks of wheat and flour on hand at the end of the month. Holders of whoat in bulk, who do...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. An investigation of the South Afri can disease known as lamziokle, or lame jiokness, suggests that it is due to a special plant poison that is generated under abnormal conditions in grasses jr other plants that are normally harm .ess. Its development seems to bo as lociated with unusual weather and soil sxperiences, of which summer drought s important. Through such conditions wilting would favour the formation of the poisou, and this gives explanation for the common belief that the disease results from eating wilted plants. Chicago reoantly passed a bye-law re quiring all windows in tall office build ngs to ba so constructed as to be wash iblo from the inside. Magistrate:. "Officer^ what is this man oliarged with?" Constable: "He's a camera-fiend of the worst kind, yer worship." "But this man shouldn't have bean arrested simply because ho bas a mania for taking pictures." "It isn't that, yer worship: he takes the cameras." Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For cou...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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VICTORIAN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

VICTORIAN STATISTICS. The Government Statist (Mr A. M. Laughton) has issued the second part of the Victorian Year Book for 1913 14, which deals with the subject of public finance. The revenue and ex penditure of the State Government and of the Commonwealth Govern ment in Victoria are reviewed, and the figures are combined with those re lating to municipal and other public corporations. The total revenue of all these bodies in 1912-13 was £17 886,024, and .the total expendi ture" £17,752,802. The expenditure, connected with Victorian State schools (primary, intermediate and secondary) amounted to £1,170,003. This covers expenditure on buildings and interest on loan moneys expended on buildings in past years, and represents a cost of £7 9s Id per scholar, which is an advance of 7s 9d par scholar on the cost in 1911-12. Particulars are given of tho various classes of taxation in the State. The amount of the income tax payable in 1913 by 42,399 taxpayers was £492,198, and the taxable in...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

aiHEdignE-JHIP COME people hesitate to give a Proprietary Medicine to Very 'Young Children and, in many cases the hesitation is quite justifiable; but the Public need not have any fear ;about HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE This Medicine is Scientifically prepared by Mr. W. G. Heame who is a REGISTERED CHEMIST of extensive experience, and the Manu facturer is absolutely pre pared to stake every ounce of hio1 Magnificent Reput ation on. the fa($ that HEARNE'S is equally beneficial to young CHILDREN, ADULTS and the VERY AGED. FOR COUGHS m 66 - IS-- PUBLISHED ^ ^ ON TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS Widely Circulated throughout Clunes and surrounding Districts Subscription, 3s per Quarter. Posted, as 6d. Single Oopy-TWOPENOE. Papers delivered to all parts of town free oi charge - - iittntmg Jpnttmpt - - is - -o- THOROUGHLY UP-TO-DATE. - o - JOB PRINTING EXECUTED - IN THE LATEST STYLE AND AT LOWEST PRICES'! Postal Information. LETTERS. Commonwealth, New Zealand, Fiji, Now Hebrides, British Solomon Is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

Assisted when necessary by Cuticura Ointment. They keep the skin and scalp clean and clear, sweet and healthy, besides soothing irritations which often prevent sleep and if neglected become chronic disfigurements. Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold throughout tho world. A liberal sample of earl), with 32*pai« booklet on tlie care nod treatment of tbo oklaaa* icalp, sent post-free. Address It, Towns A C#* ?ydnoy.N.8 W. Public Notices Important Announcement Climes Alluvial. A IMPLICATIONS uro now invited from residents of Cluncs and district for Shares in tho strong Sydney Company about to. bo formed to work alluvial at North Clunes. This is a grejit opportunity for all desirous of being instrumental it# starting a legitimate ancl vigorous effort to restore Clunes to its pristine glory us a mining centre, as the venture has been warmly taken up, and is buing strongly baclicd by wealthy and intluential investors, who ara stayers, and ivlio. nevor drop u project they once put their han...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

AT. W. J. CHAMPION'S A Large Job Sale Purchase nWej-liave justjreceived a Large Parcel from la Warehouse Sale, and will offer some Special Bargains This Week. Hteavy Unbleached Sheeting,Sis yard Heavy Grey Flannel, ls'yard : Heavy White Calico, yard wide, 5s 6d dozen Girls and Ladies' Jackets. 12 Girls' Jackets, all sizes, from 5s 6d to 10s 6d 20 Ladies' Jackets, 10s 6d, 12s 6d, to 20s These are SPECIAL BARGAINS, and must find a Ready Sale. Bargains in Trimmed Hats AT W. J. CHAMPIO N'S Common wealtb JsjfcBanh of Bustralfa HEAD OFFIOE 8YDNEY Mi Sunk Ii opin for >U cluiu of QENCRAL BANKING BUSINESS >t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE a>M %t Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hohart, Brisbane, ftockhampton, Townsrille, and Londo>* Chtil* remittance! mad a to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit iisCPed to any pari of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for ooiiection. Banking and Exchange Bus...

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A.N.A. CLUNES BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

A.N.A. CLUNES BRANCH. .Tiie fortnightly meeting of the above branch was held on Friday evening, President J. Cook being .in the chair. There was a good atten- j dance. One new momber was intro-; duced. Mr A. E. Greenhalgh offered j to donate two, pipes as prizos for a ' euchre tournament, and fiie offer was 1 accepted with thanks. Accounts amounting to £27 'Is (including £23 7s board dues) were passed for pay- , ment. The current account at Sav ings Bank was reported as in credit £110 Is 2d. The receipts for the evening amounted to £2 0s lOd. The half-yearly statement of accounts, witli auditors' report (which will be found below) were submitted by the secre tary, and adopted as highly satisfac- j tory. At the conclusion of the business a highly interesting paper on " Bee [ Farming" was read by Mr T. Trern- ' bath, for which he was accorded a j hearty vote of thanks. The following is the financial statement and auditors' report for half-year ending in May : Sick Fund. - Heceipts Cr ...

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DEATH AND WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

DEATH AND-WCfflS'AB^. .^^"^r-isorpBAciE.. "Hara-kiri," tlio one resource of the uuffragottes, turns out to bo their strongest weapno. Englishmen are not BO brutish that they can boar the sight of martyred innooonco. The heroic suicide of a lady of wealth and otation on the public doorstep of tlio Derby is worth a wilderness of firos, and tho cross that was borno before her body at the great funeral was a more victorious symbol than the hammer. Militancy is only successful in so far as it brings suffering to the militants. If this wero a real war, ono oould say tlio greater their casual ties the nearer their triumph ? In war you menaco tho enemy with death. Mrs. Paukhurst is menacing tho enemy witn ner own cieatn. -"JUngiisii Ke- I TMW.+

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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THE VERISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

THE VER1STS. Of veristio opera I state my opinion in' most uncompromising terms: who cror wishes to improve liia own or his fellow-moil's artistio taste, should ab solutely shun it. Useless to draw dis tinctions, and Bay tha/t Pucoini is su perior to Leoncavallo; ho may. bo a more wily craftsman, but his music has as little genuineness. The suc cess made to Mnscagni's "Cavalleria Rusticana," on the plea of "tempera ment," "dramatio cflioioncy," and what not, has done a prodigous amount of. harm, which might have been almost irretrievable but for tho ceaseless en orgy, with which a minority of music lovers have protested against that ocore and the cimatlesa countorfoits of lyrio drama which it haB bogottcn, from Massenet's "La Navarraise" to Wolf-Ferrari's "Gioielli della Madonna" \Vo have so much good music to study and to onjoy| that even the socond-rate ought to DO excluded, especially when cur object iB culture as well as enjoy ment. The best of voristic musio is not even .itenth...

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A REAL SURPRISE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

.A REAL SURPRISE PARTI., "Whero are you goin', ma " asked tho youngest or the five children. "I'm going to a surprise party, my dear," answered the mother. "Are we all goin', tooP" "No, dear. You -weren't invited." 'After few moments' deep thought; "Say, ma, then- don't you think Shoy'd ba lots more surprised if yoO Gid take us all P" " Linseed Compound " -for coughs and colds. Of proven efficacy for chest complaints. A Warranted cure for all Acquired or constitutional Discharges from the Uri» OLABKE'S nary Organs in either sex These famous Fills also B 41 care Gravel, Fains in the Baob and all Kidney FILLS Disorders. Free from meroury: Forty years' success. Sold by all Cbem andlatorekeepers throughou' the world. THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOABSENESB -All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of "Brown's bronchial Troohes." These famouB lozenges are now sold by all respectable chemists in this...

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WANTED-ENCOURAGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

WANTED-ENCOURAGERS. While only tlie very few read poetry, or really oai'e for it. <tliere are count lssa thousands to whom a smile and the fitting word at the fitting moment would mean just everything. And they eo seldom got it. I do not think we encourago 0110 another very much. And the trend of the age, to use one of the catch phrases of the, day, is dia tinctly discouraging. It is a sort of jaoe and hustle and push, in which the easily discouraged will undoubtedly lag behind. Very high Tip among tho people who do things would I place the one who encourages out of pure kind ness and a. desire to help. Mistakes ore made, of course, and some quite uselesB and futilo effort may be glori fied for the moment j but where is the ultimate harm? Let us have more enoouragers to relieve the greyness of life

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New Zealand Shearers' Wages. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

New Zealand Shearers' Wages. The Sheavera' conference recently, |)eld in Ayellington, New Zealand, has agreed to the demands iq be submitted to the employers in the shed hands' dispute. The demands iaolude the following That not less than £2 10s per week and found shall bo paid to shed hands, ijTOpeOiive of age, The employer .during such employment shall provide accommodation, cooking, washing and table utensils, wood and water freo of Oharge, and will also provide sanitary WnvanlonooH. The employer, at his OWtt cost, shall provide tho employe cookp.d by a competent cook, to bo engaged mid remunerated by the em ployer. No shed hand shall bo com pelled to do other than sited work. No pickcr-up shall have more than live shearers to attond to. \Vool pressers shall receive not less than £3 per week and found, where under ten shearers are oinployed ; and when ten or more are employed the remunera tion shall be Is Gd per bale of 3 cwt., or Gd per cwt., and when press ing with screw or sim...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Tobacco Growing. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

Tobacco Growing1. The factory manager of a Melbourne firm of tobacco manufacturers paid a | visit to Wangaratta lust week to inspect the tobacco grown at Moyhu ' and Whitfield. He was in search of a tobacco suitable for the manufac ture of cigarettes, as, owing to the price of the American tobacco having increased considerably, the Australian manufacturers are desirous of using the locally-grown leaf to blend the American. The' representative was ire pressed with the quality of the leaf grown in the district*' and purchased two tons from one Whitfield grower at Js 3d p?r lb, He irjtimatqd that l)is company was prepared to pay up to 2B per lb. for suitable cigarette tor bacoo, and made ivn offer of Is 6d per lb. to another grower for two tons of very fine leaf. However, as the leaf ia still in the drying stage, th» latter grower decided to hold off. This firm 1B also searching for a oigar leaf, suit abje for wrappers.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

SOCIAL NOTES. I | (Bv " HUMMING BEE,") The local' branch of the A.W.N.L. held a social in tho town hall on i Friday night last, and it was a great success, both from an enjoyable and ' financial point of view. Aftor deduct [ ing expenses a tidy sum will be i handed over to the Hospital. The , I decoration of the stage showed that i the ladies had put in some hard work, i and the handsome effect produced was i much admired. The dilapidated hang . ings in front of the stage were covered ; with the motto of the league, and r curtains to match were liung from the i sides. The floor at first was a bit , heavy, but the M.G. (Or Kempson), i distributed some powder over its sur > ' face, which brought it up to perfec [ ! tion. Excellent music was provided i by Misses Smith and E. Stewart, and i 20 dances were gone through. Re , freshments provided by Mr J. F. i j Weickhardt were handed round at r 11.30, and much appreciated. The r attendance was large and the country i well represented, ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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FEDERAL CAMPAIGN SENATOR MoCOLL'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

FEDERAL CAMPAIGN SENATOR MoCOLL'S MEETING Electors are reminded of the meet ing to be. held in the town hall, Clunes, on Thursday evening next, at S o'clock, when Senator McGoll, one of the best known Senators, and selected Liberal candidate, will deliver an address. The Liberal organisations of tho townlind district are desitous of making Senator McColl's meeting a rallying point for the opening o£ the election campaign, and members of the local branches of the People's party and Women's National League and their friends are - requested to attend. At a special meeting of the Federal Executive Council on Saturday after noon, both Houses of the Common wealth Legislature were prorogued until Wednesday, 5th August. This action will not, however, prevent the Parliament being dissolved at an earlier date. As a matter of fact, this will be done, the Prime Minister stating on Saturday that the dissolu. , tion would take place, "soon." Tli« exact date on which the Parliament will cease to e...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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SPORTINO NOTES. THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

SPORTINO NOTES. (By " PAKEHA.") THE GUN. On Friday afternoon last there was a good muster of shooters on the grounds of. the Olunes Gun Club, and .II -'his occasion Mr Alex. CI,irko's (?op'iywas finally won by Mr Geo. MeI\oi', he having had a previous lprr. in to his credit. The number of birds that he grassed was 20. Ho shot in good form throughout, and was very sanguine from the start that he would win. Mr J. Swansori was the runner up, and gave tlio winner a good go for it. Several sweepstakes were also fired. At the conclusion of tho shooting those present adjourned to the Cattle Market hotel for the purpose of say ing " good bye" over a glass of wine to Mr J. Swanson, a member of the club, who is leaving the district. Expressions of regret were made all round at the departure of such an. esteemed member of tho club and a I consistent shot, and at the loss the club would sustain by bis leaving. His health was drunk, and the beat of good wishes extended for his future welfare. TU...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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STATE POLITICS. DANGER OF APATHY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 June 1914

STATE POLITICS. DANGER OF APATHY. There is more than a possibility that the majority of the electors will gnore the. doings of the State Parlia ment, which entered on its last session on Wednesday. For this ihere are several reasons. A Federal ight is coming, has actually begun, md tho issues about which it is to be waged are vital. Store than that, in ihe Federal areua forces are so equally matched, that victory will favor wliic'i side displays the finer enthusiasm and the greater tactical skill during the next two months. The State elections are, more remote ; the exact ground on which they are to bo fought lias not been defined, and, ns regards party, their result is a foregone conclusion. It is not very easy for Liberals to wax warm about a struggle in which vic tory is assured. All that has been said shows how necessary it is that the thoughtful minority shall stress the importance of State politics. Mr Watt's resigna tion of the Premiership, in order that he may devote himself...

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