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

SELF-LOADING SHOTGUN Absolutely positive action; divided recoil; ability to snoot light or heavy loads without adjustment of mechanism; absence of projections or exposed moving parts to catch in clothing or brush or injure hands; absence of screws and pins to collect rust or dirt or work loose; two-part, sim ple take down and no loose parts—these are some of the valuable features that make the Winchester Self-Loading Shotgun superior to others of similar type. It is a 12 gauge, and weighs only about 7 H pounds* Can be used as a repeater or single loader at will. All metal parts are made of nickel steel, which has about double the strength of the steel used in shotguns of other makes. Investigate it. A GUN UNEXCELLED FOR DUCK SHOOTING

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN CUP SECOND DAY, TUESDAY, MARCH 3. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN CUP SECOND DAY, TUESDAY, MARCH 3. Two miles and a quai'ter. Cagou .... 9 5 Bullawarra . . 6 13 Jolly Beggar ..92 Effervescence . 6 13 The Parisian . 9 0 St. Vano .... 6 13 Wolowa ... 9 0 Orama .... 6 13 Sea Prince ... 8 12 Gladwyn .... 6 13 Lilyveil ... 8 9 Husli Money . . 6 11 Desire .... 8 9 Paper Money . 6 11 Royal Scotch . 8 7 Winnipeg ... 6 11 Cider 8 7 Sound Asleep . 6 11 Lord Alwyne ..85 True Knight . . 6 11 Audacity ... 8 5 The C. Brother 6 9 Harpist .... 8 5 Barneses .... 69 Wassail ..... 83 Miracle .... 6 9 Barios .... 8 3 Sylvanmore . . b < Prizefighter ..81 Chi Chi .... 67 Silver Lad ..81 Penza 6 ^ Matouree ... 8 1 Monodia .... b ii Philio .... 8 1 Lord Grey . . . G / Loch Amos . . 7 13 Delphic .... 6 7 Atora . . * . 7 11 Hieraetus . .. . b ^ Andelosia ... 7 11 Uki . . . . . 6 v Elystan ...... 7 9 Allansford . . b / Wallalo . „ . . 7 9 Socotra .... 6 7 Rockfast . ... 7 9 Galveston ...67 Didus .... 7 7 Scotch Malt . . b 7 Belove .... 7 7 Meritus .......

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

MONEY BY POST ! Let the postman bring you as much money to your door as you want. How pleasing a surprise —how useful a bun tile to be put into your hands. Have £10 to We "will be pleased to ad vance you any sum you re quire to develop your enter prises at the lowest interest in Victoria upon any security ■svhieh you may have. Be sure of fair, square treatment from us. the oldest-established, most straightforward firm of financiers in Australia. INTEREST UNDER WILLS BOUGHT. ALEXANDER I COPPEL London House— —2nd Floor. Elizabeth St. MELB.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Why keep oil scratching, tear ing- yourself to pieces, when the cure for Eczema is within your reach? "ISO" is the magic oint ment tiiat will relieve your dis tress. Send 3d. (in stumps) for Liberal Sample tube to BLAGS. Chemist, COLIJXGAYOOI). Tour acceptance of tliis Special End-of-the season-offer makes a certainty of two things: 1. That you will obtain complete Suit. Satisfaction. 2. That you will save 20/ in hard cash on the transaction. In actual fact we offer you your choice from a range of Suitings, honestly equal to any 70/ Suitings this city can show—we guarantee that the Cutting, Fitting, and Mak ing of the finished Garments "will be abso lutely flawless, and we stamp the Contract with the Hall-mark of Genuineness by adding our Client-protecting -Clause, "WE'LL REFUND YOUR MONEY IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED." —that is, we'll hand you back every penny of the amount paid if you are not perfectly convinced that the suit you are getting is at least equal to any 70/ suit that you ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

DO YOU NEED A TONIC ? Personal Statements of well-known People So many people get run down at this time of the year that the need of a tonic may be regarded as universal just now. There are many tonics, but the supreme tonic—the tonic par excellence —is Sanatogen. There is no doubt of that. Nearly sixteen thousand physicians have, of their own accord, testified to its revitalising and energising qualities, which are unapproached by anything else. These qualities are simply due to its " organic " constituents, which feed and tone the chief functions of the body. To the effect it produces the following statements testify:— Sir GILBERT PARKER, M.P., writes: " I have used Sanatogen with extra ordinary benefit. It is to my mind a true food tonic, feeding the nerves, in creasing the energy, and giving fresh vigour to the overworked body and mind." Sir JOHN HARE writes: 441 have found Sanatogen a most valuable tonic and stimulant during a period when I had to work very hard under condition...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"SHOWER" PARTIES FOR BRIDES A PHETTY CUSTOM. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

PARTIES FOK BRIBES ; ■/ X- PHETTY CUSTOM., <\v hen. recently in America (writes an \ I ^received an invitation to it '-5?hbw6r" party, the woi'd "liand ■ kerchiefs" being written in the left -hand lower corner .of the card. i The party took the form of a lun cheon given by a girl to her girl friends' in honor of one of the. ,''set" who was about to be married. After the meal, my hostess, rising" from her seat, took k silk handkerchief from the mantel piece., and. approaching: the principal guest from behind, deftly slipped the bandage over her eyes and knotted it Pt the. back of her head. Wo , then .proceeded to another room, /where in the centre; of the ceiling a :buge^vobden hOOp was suspended by ribbons, from which dangled ail kinds i and sizes of handkerchiefs, forming a pretty fringe to the hoop. 1 The bandaged girl was placed imme diately under the -hoop, which was low ered imtii'it touched her shoulders. At f the same moment her friends began to ; pelt her with han...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

The Secfet of Beauty !s the Secret el Healt&I" [ That much admired clear eom j plexion is the outcome of a per ! Cecily healthy system. There is | ai© need to take nasty-tasting \ laxative medicine t© keep- tho syo | tern healthy. Try Ilaxettes I Aperient Chocolate Squares. They I or© extremely pleasant to take— are no different to ordinary Choco- ' late Confectionery in taste or ap pearance, but have a mild opening effect, assuring a clear healthy complexion. Children take to L&xettes readily. There is no need to force them. AH ChemistB, 1/ and Freo Sample from EOWEN & CO., CHEMISTS. • MELBOURNE. ; P$;DlB P0M :l ing vermin dead< -One application destroys Vermin, Kills Nits, heals sores, cures Ring worm, 1/ everywhere, or by: pjost-r-Small, 1/2: large, 2/3;; <^tra ~ lai-g©* 6aV extra, ' ^ KlilN* OaemSsts Bast MalveffB* !$Ttsj» : I, in the two time-tented Remedies mentioned below, but there is magic in their healing properties. In the oid...

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

Highly Praises Dp. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Next to the Doctor, there is no person better able to judge or more competent to speak of the merits of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, as an ideal woman's remedy, than a Ladies' Nurse. Therefore, the statement made by Nurse Ellis, of 209 Skipton Street, Ballarat West, Vic., who has ~ resided and practised in Ballarat for forty years, should be sufficientjj^^5i^| vincing' evidence<;^^ihe ^ value of these pf ' ' I • u Seme tw»!v« year# agdL j?"lady friend of mine perstiaded my takingJ^^pMoige^s In dian Root rills," writes "At that period it was my chang'<S=oi&^i4ey SO critical to many women. I found them an excellent medicine in my case, removing giddiness which had been so frequent, and consequent I have every confidence in Dr Morse's iniian Root Pills, as I am now in variably possessed of good health since their use. ' Being a qualified Ladies' Nurse in Ballarat and District of forty years' stand ing, and we...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAKING A SMOOTH BED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

MAKING A SMOOTH BED' If one has difficulty in making- a bed so that the bedding- is absolutely smooth and taut* an old-fashioned method might be followed to advan tage. Tuclc the clothes in at the sides, but do not touch those at the foot- j Complete making the bed, even to plac- j ing the pillows in position. Now give attention to the foot,of the bed. Draw the clothes down, one at a time, as taut as possible and fold them under the mattress or tuck' them in, accord ing to their length. When this task j is completed, you will be. delighted to see how absolutely satisfactory your J work is. j

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHELF FOR MAGAZINES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

SHELF FOR MAGAZINES Nowadays magazines are presented in such attractive fashion and are so valuable for reference that women are reluctant to store them away in dark corners or lumber rooms after read ing. A good idea, if space permits, is to have a set of shelves, reserved for this class of literature. Dust can be kept from the shelves by a .drop front. This could be supported either with small blocks, on the same principle as a drop front in a small secretaire, or it could be secured when dropped with brass chains. The magazines could be easily indexed, by being arranged in orderly bundles with indications of date and contents attached to the shelves.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

At last the name lifts been found for the drink you want — it's BSERALLA. _ lias all the in spiring properties o£ beer, yet it is non-alcoholic and harmless. BEERAIXA is a tonic, thirst-siaMng, body-reviv-: ing:, brain-refreshing, cool, luscious. Jas. Dickson & Co. Manufacturers, 32 FRANKIJN ST., MEI.BOTJKNE. ' *280 will bring you, carriage free* a Pretty Occasional Table —suit able for any room. Put-your spare pennies away until you have the required number. Tliis ia one of many styles; 99ES3ST8BBB When sending for a Table, ask us to forward OVil NEW HOME CATALOG for 1914. There are hundreds of lovely home wants in it, all marked at cash prices. A special feature : of its contents is the completely furnished homes, showing- every room—all direct photographs, Hiciimdfid F&mkhmg C@s? 11641842© Swam St. Richmond Where you can get any quantity of Furniture for a small deposit and easy monthly payments; and the .FAMOUS PIANO, sweet-toned, iron frame, and tri chord, FOR £...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

T™ YICTOfft*k AMATEUR CLUB ££ (. ,-v' >55: 'V ENTRIES For the following Races will close at the Offices of the V.A.T.C., 491 Bourke street, Melbourne, A.J.C., Sydney, and S.A.J.C., Adelaide, or such other place or places as uie Committee may appoint, at 8 p.m. on TUESDAY, 3rd FEBRUARY, 1914. FIRST DAY, SATURDAY, 14th FEBRUARY, 1914. (Weather Permitting). WARREIN HURDLE. 250 so vs. Second liorse to receive 35 sovs. and the third 1-5 sovs. from the stake. Handicap. Winner of any handicap hurdle race,, after declaration of weights, tb carry a penalty of 71b. Two miles and sixty four yards. Nomination, 1 sov.; accept ance, 2 sovs. FEDERAL STAKES. 500 sovs. Second horse to receive 75 sovs. and- the third 25 sovs. from the stake. Handicap for two-year-olds. Winner of any handicap flat race, after declaration of tne weights, to carry a penalty of 71b. Five furlongs. Nomination, 1 sov.; acceptance, 5 sovs. BOND CUP. 650 sovs. Second horse to receive WO sovs. and the third horse 60 sovs. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Second Day FLYING HANDICAP Six furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Second Day FLYING HANDICAP Six furlongs. NUWARA ELIYA, 8.13 (W. Lilly man) , 1 POPINJAY, 9.9 (M. Connell) .. .. 2 LA FIIANCEE, 7.7 (A. Shanahan) .. .3 The other starters were:-—Maltcliester, 9.6 (F„ Hiclcey); St. Medoc, 9,4 (W. Black); Va lldo, 8.13 (A. Wood); Polynesia, 8.2 (W. Bar nett); Sound Asleep, 8.0 (W, M'Lachlan); Coronata, 7.9 (A. Callinan); Lord Liddle. 7.8 (J. TownsentJ); Careel, 7.7 (O. Meddick); Monie, 6.12 (B. Cain); Miocene. 6.11 (P. Russell); The Christian Brother, ' 6.12 (W. Callinan); Witchful, 6.7 {E. Duncan). Betting—3 to 1 agst NUWARA ELIYA, 5 to 1 La Fiancee, 7 to 1 Manchester, 8 to 1 Pon injay and Sound Asleep, 12 to 1 Valido, 14 to 1 Lord Liddell and Careel, 20 to 33 to 1 others. Nuwara Eliya won by two lengths, with a similar distance between second and third. Polynesia was fourth, then Lord Liddell and Sound Asleep, with Witchful last. Time—lmin. 14sec. ANNIVERSARY HANDICAP A sweepstakes of £l0:«ach, with £1000 added; second £200, and third £100 from the p...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

I NEW SOUTH WALES V. VICTORIA At Sydney, on January 23, the return match between Victoria and New South Wales was commenced in beautiful weather. Trumper won the toss from Armstrong, and elected to bat on a beautiful wicket. The pioneers, Kelleway and Collins, provided a great first wicket stand, which lasted two hours, and (produced 146 runs. Collins broke down ifor 6S, made by pretty all-round batting, and including nine 4's. • Macartney then joined Kelleway in another partnership that proved to be a matter of two houre' work for bowlers and fieldsmen. Together these two collect ed _ 221 runs, Macartney being the more active gatherer. Although he was scarcely so dashing as on some recent occasions, he still played delightful cricket, and in 171 minutes made 184 runs. Kelleway's four hours' occupancy of the wickets produced 138 runs. There was no chance in a very solid and sound display. Bardsley had jnade 28 quick ly when he sent a ball back to Matthews and retired, although the u...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Warsop's "Acme * ,,, ,, 15/6 S. Surridge's " Oval" ... ... 17/6 Bussey's " Demon " ... ... 21 j S. Surridge's "Hide Bound 21/ Gunn and Moore's " Cannon "... 25/ Gunn aud Moore's '"Autograph" 30/ Spcoial Attention is drawn to the fol lowing brands, which we Guarantee for one month : . '' M S D " 15/6 " M.S D. Special ' 17/6 ''M.S.D. Extra Special" ... 21/ " M.S.D. Champion" ... ... 25/ Catalogues with the latest Rules, Free. The MELBOURNE Sports Depot, IS-S7 Elisabeth st.y Melbourne. irwwaaf CRICKETERS SEND FOR OUR NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE Of' CRICKET and . SUMMER SPORTING GOODS. CRICKET BATS. All Cane .... 7/# Selected ..." .. .. 10/8 Wansop's Single Rubber .. .. .. ,. ... 12J$ Warsop's Match. ... .... ... ... .. .. .. 17/6 Myers Kail's All.Cane ,, .. 15/ Myers Hall's Elastic Web .. .. .. 20/ 1 Others up to 30/. Boys' Bats, from 1/ Each. .. . CRICKET BALLS. Composition, from 6d to 3/. Leather,, from 3/6 to 8/8. Pads, Gloves, Wickets. Etc., Etc., Etc. JAMES MTON I CO. M'LEAN" BROS a...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLD YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

GOLD YIELDS. Bendigo.—'Carlisle, 306 tons, 67% oz; Cen tral Red, White, and Blue, 569 tons, 162% oz; Clarence United, 144 tons, 52 oz; Cornish United, 46 tons, 9% oz;" Constellation, 85 tons, 29 oz: Garden Gully United, 82 tons 64% oz: Golden Age 64 tons 26% oz; Golden Pyke 310 tons 143% oz; Great Extended Hustler's 206 tons, 192 oz; Goldfields Consolidated tributers, 57 tons, 17 oz; Great Northern, 280 tons, 89% oz; Hercules and Energetic, 110 tons, 5% oz; Ironbark, 288 tons, 151% oz; Johnson's Reef, 374 tons; 195 oz; Koch's Pioneer, SO tons, 42% oz; Lansell's Little 180, '602 tons, 178^4 oz New Argus, 17 tons, 1% oz; New Chum Gold fields, 299 ton?, 148*4 oz; do. tributers, 25 tons, 4% oz; New Red, White, and Blue, llrL tons, 16% oz; New Prince of Wales, 260 tons, 30 oz; North New Moon tributers, 107 tons, 11 pz; North Bendigo, 253 tons, 77% oz; Nell Gwynne, 464 tons, 20% oz; New Nil Despe randtirn tributers, 174 tons, 47% oz; Princess iBagmar, 63 tons, 87% oz; Sea, 86 tons, 60% oz...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING News From the Mines VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

News From the Mines -m - ■■■■. ■■ 1 ■' VICTORIA Central Red, White ana Blue (Bendigo) are suspending operations to instal the new winding plant. When the plant is avail able the company purposes deepening the shaft. The large^ reef at 8S0 feet contains a litle gold, but ia not yet payable. Re exhalfstedS°° 0re at 31S ft being rapidly Cornish United (Bendigo) are getting profit able returns from the spurs operated at 1200 fiii, T ?o s£urs ai'e being worked for a li-i a ft., and the output is being steadily increased. There is a good extent of new ground above and along the western limits of the old workings. . At 193 feet the Brown reef will be opeued shortly Golden Pyke (Bendigo) for the past six months millea 6692 tons ior a sold production of 6050 oz 8 d-wt., and paid 11/ a share in dividends, representing £15,207/10/. The total dividend record of the mine now is £87,787, equalling £3/3/2 a share. The vein of quartz associated with the eastern blocks are to be actively exploited a...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

GOLD. West Australia.—'Black Range West, 307 tons, 440 oz; Mary Mac, 156 tons, 87 oz. New South Wales.—Adelong Creek, 125' hours, 49 oz; Adelong Estates No. 1 dredge, 20% oz; do., No. 2 dredge, 39% oz; Tewksbury Pty., Araluen (fortnight), 174 oz; Victorian Araiuen (fortnight), 122 oz.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TIN YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

I TIN YIELDS. Penzance, Tas (month), 225 tons, 2% tons tin; Tongkah Compound, Siam (fortnight), J 47 tons, 19 tons t.ia. Arba, Tas., 26th.—-Estimated clean-up, 14 tons stream tin. Tongkah Harbor, Siam, 26th.—Output fov week, 24 tons.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

1A NY of the above Medicines can be ob tained at Reasonable cost and posted to your address. Enclose postal note or stamp* for approx. amount—if more or less you will be notified with parcel. M. A. BIGXELL, Dispensing Chemist, 323 Lygon street, Carlton, Melbourne.—(Advt.) RESTORED TO THE WEAK, NERVOUS, and DEBILITATED Sufferers, let us send you a gey en Days' FREE TRIAL course of our Fam ous NERVE SPECIFIC. Send Sixpence (stamps) for Postage. LONDON AGENCY (Dept. G), H CASTLBREAQH ST., SYDNEY. LADIES.—Healtli Guide for Women, posted free on receipt 2<J. Dept. O., "Natura" llmlth Coy., 40 Elizabeth at., Melboura®.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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