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

By "OUR LEGAL ADVISER/* ,a,s^s:—(1) Can an eldest sister prevent a girl over 18 from marrying, the Uot fraying. ueen appointed guar iian? The Mn KS\rl.thas worked for herself f(.r years.— wo, but the girl should get the consent of a I .aPP°inted to consent to the marriage of mrnors. (2) Must we wait on the J.P. together. lou should attend with your pros pective husband,. Vale asks:—I lest a heifer and iTi i. again. Another man told me that i't naa been in the pound, and was Khd by the poundkeeper to his son. it was advertised, out said no visible brand.., I brand in a place wnere no other person does, with a ve.y small brand. I recognised* the heLer. H^ve i any claim on it or not?—I do not think so. | as^s:—If she cakts her sons ciuia to rear it for him, is sue l.ab'le to a iine lor not registering, or can the law compel her to register?—'You should apply to tne secretary of the Neglected Chiidren s Depart ment for an exemption order on the giound that you are a relative of the infa...

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

Women who feel out-of-sorts, weary, and depressed, are usually victims of indigestion. Relief from these distressing symptoms, can be had by taking Mother Seigel's Syrup, which restores the stomach and liver to healthy activity. When food is not pro HAITS? periy di§ested ifc £er" 1 AH I* ments in the stomach, gives rise to poisonous gases which clog the system, and brings about that state of weakness and weariness which we call'' feel ing out o* sorts." But by toning up the stomach, liver and bowels, Mother Seigel's , Syrup removes pains after eating, headaches, biliousness, constipation, and gives you the vigour of good health. MOTHER EMEL SYRUP

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

-4 Cheers and invigorates•

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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MINING MEETING CENTRAL PLATEAU EXTENDED. ANNUAL MEETING HELD [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

MINING MEETING " CENTRAL. PLATEAU EXTENDED. ANNUAL MEETING HELD shareholders in the Central Plateau Ex tended Gold Mining Company No Liability, Sebastopol, on January 27 attened the an nual meeting. Mr P. R. Sutherland, chair man of directors, presided. Directors' report stated that in the past sis monchs operations had been confined to sink ing the shaft 411 feet, the tital depth n-"» being 547 feet. The bottom of the shaft was in a big formation of mineralised quartz seven feet wide, showing gold in the solid stone. It was proposed to sink to 600 feet before opening out and intersecting the gold bearing lode, and also to intersect the lod& passed through at 422 feet, which was a foot wide, and assayed 13dwt. a ton. The prospectus which was referred to, states that the company's lease is situated due west of tue best and richest alluvial and quartz mines previously worked on the Plateau. Reports and balance-sheet were adopted, and Messrs D. Jones, John May, and W. El. Jermy...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORLD OF SPORT RACING FIXTURES VICTORIA JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

RACING FIXTURES VICTORIA JANUARY. SI.—Sandown Park Racing CVulJ. 31.—Si. James' Racing Club. 31.—Pamnure Racing Club. " ' FEBRUARY, 3—Ayenel Turf Club. 4—Watchem Racing Club. 4—Kialla Turf Club. 4—Alberton Racing Club. 4—Dederang Racing Club. 4—Ararat Turf Club, 4—Bendigo Jockey Club (Charity Meeting). 5—Bendigo Jockey Club (Charity Meeting). 6—Leongatha Racing Club. 7—Williamstown Racing Club. ' 7—xiawkesdale Racing Club. " 11—Victorian Club. 11 —Winton Race Club. 11—Maimsbury Racing Club. 11—Donald District Jockey Club. 11—South Gippsland Race Club. • 11—Picola JRace Club. 12—Portland Racing Club. 12—Pyalong Racing Club. 12—Rosedale Racing Club. 14—Victoria Amateur Turf Club. 14—Cobram Turf Club. 14—Cressy Turf Club. . . 13—Moonee Valley Racing Club. 15—Ecliuca Racing Club. IS—Springhurst Racing Club. 18—Warracknabeal Turf Club. 19—Warracknabeal Turf Club. 20—Ballarat Miners' Turf Club. 21—Victoria Amateur Turf Club. 21—Beeac Turf Club. 21—Violet Town Race Club. 24—Colac Turf Club...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Stocks and Shares [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

y - v j f Barrie^s^ep^'SafaArarat gold stocks are the centres of market interest. For the second, week in succession the total value of Barrier stocks has been in creased by £250,000. An eleventh hour spurt has added £250,000, making the enhancement three-quarters of a million in less than three weeks. Buoyancy has been imparted jy London, where . there is a Stock Exchange revival. To this several causes have contributed. An inflow of gold to London has eased the financial strain and brought about a reduction in the Bank of England rates; the price of lead has risen, an<} a sense of relief is felt at the termination of ihe South African strike. Local conditions aave been contributory. They are favorable mine developments (North Broken, Britisu, Broken Hill Block 10, and Junction North), normal water supply, and industrial calm. Over and above all is the potent but purely speculative element of a heavily over sold market, in London and Australia. Metal prices underlie the ...

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

NEW SOUTH WALES JANUARY. 31.—Rose-hill. FEBRUARY, 7—Canterbury Park. 14—Moorefield. 21—Warwick Farm. 28—Roseliill.

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PRICE OF METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

PRICE OF METALS." wonram (70 DgwiQOi^re), 32/6 a unit, equal to £112/]5L"et"xBmx; "-v. Tin, £<1%5Y i j>\ Copjj^ni £%i/l-5/"'a ton. " ^]«ao-s^.iu/ii/a at on. \ \ Lfea,*-»=)fil8/17/&1.alftm.«. ' i silver, 2$*£f twr.oz. ' " 3 .ir&si f'« -L f, /

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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TASMANIA JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

TASMANIA JANUARY. 31.—T.R.C. Summer meeting. FEBRUARY, 4, 5, 7—Tasmaniau Racing Club. 31.—T.R.C. Summer meeting.

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SILVER-LEAD YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

SILVER-LEAD YIELDS. Broken Hall Junction North.—Treated 1«7U tone crude ore, 757 tons purchased ore, 1163 tons slime, and J508 tons sandy tailings, pro ducing 678 tons " lead concentrates, assaying 52.7 per cent, lead, 31.4oz. silver, 14.2 per cent, zinc (of v/hich 181 tons is second grade);. 345 tons zinc cencentrates. assaying 7.8 per cent, ■ead, 14oz. silver, 42.5 per cent, zinc, 281 tons of lFvvd-ziBc middlings. Mill ran 144 hours. North Broken Hill—Treated .6240 tons crude ore, assaying 15.5 per cent, lead, -7.7oz. sil ver, 13.2 per cent, zinc producing 1050 tons concentrates, assaying 70.2 per cent, lead, 2-i.loz. silver, and 6.1 per cent. zinc. Mill ran 144 hours. "roken Hill Proprietary Block 14 Ltd.— Carbonates for week ended January 24:—260 tons, assaying 26.8, per cent, lead, 12.2oz. silver per ton; also 640 tons of sulphides.

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WEST AUSTRALIA JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

WEST AUSTRALIA JANUARY. si—YY.A.T.C. Anniversary meeting.

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ANTICIPATIONS SANDOWN PARK RACES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

ANTICIPATIONS SAXDOWN PARK RACES By "AUSTRAL." ..With a number of horses engageu in the autumn handicaps sporting silk, the racing- at Sndown Park this after noon (Saturday) will be more interest ing than usual. . Andelosia has 9.5 in thd Sandown Park Plate of six furlongs, and, ac cording to present arrangements, the colt will start. Several good perform ers are entered for the Sandown Park Handicap. There are a. Hurdle Race and a Jumpers' Plat Bace on the pro gramme. The first race is timed to start at 2.35, and the last at 6 p.m. My selections are as follow:—• Hurdle Race FLINCH 1 McALPIN 2 COMMONWEALTH .... 3 Maiden Plato BOYTAH .. .. 1 WYNETH .. 2 DIOMED . . .... .. .3 Sandown Plato ANDELOSIA 1 KOSNY 2 FLORENZA 3 Sandown Park Handicap DEWBERRY 1 EARL GODWIN 2 LA GEORGE 3 Sandown Purse LAM ANA . 1 LIQUATION . 2 LYNCEUS 3 Jumpers' Flat Race DOMINICIAN 1 CORONATUS I NAPICARB 3 >4

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS The Turf [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS The Turf G.M.—Culma -carried 9.1 and started at 5 to 1 when lie won the Narre Warren Handicap at Moonee Valley on September 27, 1913. E.N".—Miss Fuschia has not won a race in Victoria but has been successful in New South Wales. We do not answer questions by post. C.H.W.—The Beggar Maid has not won a mile race. She has been successful twice oyer distances of seven furlongs. Argument.—Prior to his three recent suc cesses Widden won the Stand Handicap at Wodonga on December 26, 1912. He has oeen successful, of course, in other races. Cricket J.C-. (Numurkah) says a batsman played the ball hard on to the ground behind the wic kets, whence it spun back and dislodged the bails, no fieldsman having touched it. Was it out?—Certainly. Japonica.—The second innings scores should be reckoned in compiling averages, as such innings would undoubtedly have counted had the game been played to an absolute finish before stump-drawing (5 o'clock), as might have happened. It is qui...

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BUDGET OE GOSSIP VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

BUDGET OE GOSSIP By "AUSTRAL.." VICTORIA Ayr Boy, which has disappointed his trainer lately, has been returned to his owner by F. Godby. Fosterton has not come under notice on the Caulfield tracks since he fell in the Steeplechase at Williamstown. Mr J. N. M'Arthur has arranged to leave for a trip to England, and will probably, start his travels, in April. Si: * * . * It is understood that Irish Mist is not to be prepared for her autumn engagements. She will probably be given a few weeks' spell. » * * * Mr R. G. Casey's imported colt The Verger, by St. Frusquin from Virginal (daughter of Ladas) is a chestnut with j a white face. Ha is -o,f the sturdy ; stamp in build, and show*s a full share of quality, j * * * * i A nice fall of rain in midsummer is of great benefit at Flemington, and the recent downpour came just at an opportune time. It will freshen things up considerably, and for a while at least, reduce the usual summer outlay for watering. # * e * The trouble with Loch Amos ar...

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

BROPS> f r^P'LDcafnebs, Singing In the Ears. ^y^hrJ€$d- -■:. BvVN$S,,,; fihemistj; 328'jChaper. Street, Prahrart. VicB

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

Covered with SmaN Red Spots. Hardly a Space Between, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Skin in Splendid Condition, Norway, N. S. W.—"My baby at aboufc J 6iie age of three weeks became covered on { the face witli small red spots. I thought it was just one of the rashes that babies are ! often subject to and would soon disappear, \ but it seemed very obstinate, although I 1 kept on using home remedies for several 1 weeks, and instead of getting better it got ] gradually worse. You could hardly see a 1 space botween the spots. The baby's whole ] face was scarlet and very much disfigured ' and I did not like to take her outside the ^ house. i "Having read of .the Cuticura Eemedies l I sent for a sample tin of the Cuticura Oint- * ment and used it as directed with some Cuti- t cura Soap which I bought. The result was 5 so favorable that I bought some more of the j Cuticura Ointment, and after using the best i part of one tin the rash had almost disap- < peared, leaving just a f...

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

FOREIGN Mr W. Raphael has sold Louviers to go to Russia. The price paid has not been disclosed, but it is almost certainly over £20,000. This makes the third good-class stallion sent to Russia dur ing the last six months, for Minoru and Aboyeur were exported thither in ■August. By a somewhat curious coin cidence Louviers ran Minoru to a short head in the Derby, and his brother, Louvois, was defeated by a neck in the same event by Aboyeur. Presum-. ably (Louviers has been acquired by the Russian Government, but the buyer may be M. Mantascheff. * # * * It was reported some time ago that Mr J. B. Joel had sold Sunstar for 80,000 guineas. When questioned on the subject Mr Joel said:—"Well, it is the first I have heard of it, and had there been any truth in it at all, surely I would have been the first person ap proached, as the horse is my property. Eighty thousand guineas, eh! How ab surd. - If I had been inclined to sell him—which I am not—the sum men tioned would not represent his va...

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

By "OUR DOCTOR."1 Mother of 4 complains of her four mouths old baoy being constipated.—Give two table spoonfuls of clean warm water with two ol loaf sugar in it night and morning. If that is not effectual add one teaspoomui of fluid magnesia. Disappointed.—'i\ie lysol should be discon tinued. The condition is not due to the lysol; but it is not necessary. Use plain clean warm water. The condition is due to normal cixcuiustaaoes. lyvery individual x-s not, able to have children. ..£?3Uisitioa complains of threadworms, oiMous-ntas and constipation.—Reduce the amount of starch and sugar in food. Live on stale white bread, crisp toast rusks, malted foods, jellies, custards and a little stewed truit, baked apple, fruit juice, lightly cooked eggs and underdone meat. Take only three meals daily. Drink water principally and two cups of weak tea daily. Take the following twice a day in water (loz.) after food. If •aperient acti.on too great diminish the dose, V\a6h the1 mouth out and use a t...

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ANSWERS To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

in order-to ensure answers to questions oemg published in the following week's issue., questions should reach this office by Friday. Many of the questions sent in require to ue submitted to experts, and some time is accessary to secure their replies. Questions are only answered in the columns of "The Weekly Times," and not by post.

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CAUGHT ON RAILS. TRAIN KILLS MAN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

CAUGHT ON RAILS TRAIN KILLS MAN George Ford, 35, laborer, was killed by a train at Redfern station this by a train at Redfern station, Sydney, on January 30, in view of hundreds of persons. Ford, endeavoring to avoid on'e train, stepped on to the next line, and was run over.

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