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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
BALLARAT PRODUCE MAR KET. Ifie quotations are:-Wheat, 3s 1 ltl for prime milling. Oats : - Fair feed, 2s Id to 2s 3d for stout heavy milling. Peas, 4s to 4s 6d. Bar ley :-Prime, 3s 3d ; fair to good, 2s 9d to 3s. Cape, 2s' 3d. Flour, £9. Bran, £5 10s. Pollard, £3 15s. Potatoes, new £3 to £4. Hay: -Best chaffing, £2 to £2 2s 6d; manger, £2 5s to £2 7s 6d. Straw, 32s Gd.
A Tragic End. DEATH OF REV. W. MOORE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
A Tragic End. DEATH OF REV. W. MOOKE. The townspeople generally, and particularly the members o£ tlio Methodist denomination, received a very S9vere shock yesterday afternoon, when the sad news of the sadden death of the Rov. W. Moore jwas circulated. The deceased was preceding to the railway station to meet the Kev. .j. Thomas, President of the Methodist Conference, who was visiting the town, and was, it seems, walking rather hur riedly. When near Mrs Bostock's resi dence the rev. gentleman staggered and fell to the footpath. Several in the vicinity wont to his assistant, and Dr. Forster was also summoned, but life was found to be extinct. The s:id news was immediately broken to Mrs Moore, who, as can be imagined, re ceived a most severe shock, and the body of tho deceased was removed to the parsonage. The late Kev. W. Moore was born in the north of Ireland, and arrived in this State a little over thirty years ago, ?when a yourg man. Strange to say, his first and last appointments ...
A CHINESE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
A CHINESE WEDDING. . In China children are betrothed by their parents at an early age. A child may be betrothed .as soon as It is born, but the usual age is about ten or twelve. Several years, therefore, must elapse between the .betrothal and the marriage. It sometimes hap pens that a fourteen-year-old boy Is married to a twelve-year-old girl, but this is not the rule. The average ago of Chinese brideB is sixteen, and that of the grooms seventeen years. When an engaged couple becomes old enough to be married, their par ents first decide upon the mdnth.in which the marriage ceremony shall bo held. This deponds upon the caba listic animals which governed the re spective birthdays of bride and groom. If the groom were born under the sign of the rooster and the 'bride un der that of the hare their marriage must take place in the seventh moon. If the liger and the ape, respectively, presided at their births they must be married in the second or eighth moon. Pople born under the auspices ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
ASSURANCE CO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. WORKERS'COMPENSATION. FIRE. ACOIDENT. 10S8ES PAID EXCEED £90,000,000. LOfgea by 0U8H FIRES and by UQHTHfHQ ar» nail* good by thl« Oompany. AGENTS WANTED. vmrowAH 40| T0 471 B0URKE ST., 2^ MELBOURNE. DALCETY & CO, LTO., AGENTS. "Sincere! Oh, Miss Stubbles!" "You have certainly made an im , preaslon on my heart. Give me time Vto think of It." "How long?" "After all, why think of it, Henry? I am youra." "Oh, Genevieve!" "Do not squeeze me so hard, Henry. Your poor uncle! Was he long ill?" "Three days." "It Is too bad. You say he left you." "Yes; he has left me." . "How much?" "How much? I said he had left me. He had nothing else to leave. I am alone in the world now homeless, pen niless, but with you by my side-why, she's fainted!" Export Turkeys 10,000 WANTED. Heavy Birds, 7d. per lb. live weight. Old Fowls, top market price. Send ; for Price List B. No Cartage or Com ' mission charged. DAVID HYLAND & SONS,' Exporters, Sennitt's Freezing ...
PATTERN FOR CHILD'S MAGYAR DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
PATTERN FOR CHILD'S MAGYAR ' DRESS. This useful little magyar dress may be made of delaine and trimmed with fancy braid. It is also suitable for cashmere, serge or flannel. It repre sents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. 125 and Is cut in one size only for a child of two years. This pattern may be bought for ninepence from local pattern agent, or will be sent poBt free to any address if ninepence in stamps is sent to Dept. "A," "Everylady's Journal," 370 Swanston-street, Melbourne. State number of pattern and size required. If a penny stamp is Bent to above ad dress, a 48pp. catalogue will bo sent to any reader who writes "send free catalogue." ?
Two-up on Sundays. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
Two=up on Sundays. When giving evidence before the Housing Commission on Tues day the Ri'v R. y. Joyce, of Port Melbourne, said that drink and gambling were prevalent in Port Melbourne, especially gamb ling- Every Sunday crowds ot young men and youths could bo seen spinning coins- The police could not cope with the evil, he asserted, as "spotters" were out everywhere, and the approach of a 'suspicious" person meant that the coins would be pocketed until the person left- He understood that unless the police actually saw the coins spun by a person they could not get a conviction "I know of many esses," said Mr Joyce, ''where a married man has lost all his wages on Friday evening at 'two-up,' week after week, until his wife was forced to got and work to get food for the children. It made a . husband hate his children when he met them clamoring for food, which took money from him that he WlBlied to gamble with. t' Linseed Compound " for coughs and colds. Of proven efficaoy for chest com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
II BALD SPOTS Child Lay and Cried with Pain. Itching Dreadful. Unable to Sleep. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Clear of Skin Trouble,' Martoo, N. _Z.-"My Ilttlo brothor'a bead camo out: !n a sort of rash and bad fostered heads and tho hair began to fall out, ID fact ho had two bald spots, not a balr to bo soon, no suffered from this troublo'for about olghteon months, and I rubbed tho Cuticura Ointment on the bald patches and -within ten days tho balr was Growing, and now I am pleased to say tho balr on thoso spots is tho samo as tho other. Tho poor littlo fellow used to llo In bod and cry -with tho pain, and tho itching was dreadful and ho was unablo to sleop. Wo bad trrad other remedies, ointments and lotions, etc.; but or no.use, but slnco using Cuticura Ointment and Soap bo has been clear-of.ftny sort .'of skin troublo. I used to rub'thu Cuticura'Oiotment on my brother's bead add then wash it -with tho Cuticura 8oap.. M When I lraow^ f anyono who Is puttering from-anything of t...
The Royal Assassination. GRAPHIC DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
The RoyaJ Assassination. GRAPHIC DETAILS. The further details whioh are now available regarding the assassination ot'- the Arbhduke . Francis Ferdinand, heir-presump tive to the throne, and his con sort, the Duchess of Hehenburg, show that the terrible tragedy was the work of a few seconds only. Members of the Arobduke's: staff stato that the first' bullet struck the Duchess, who sank into the Archduke's arms. He rose and cried, "What has happened to you ?" Immediately j afterwards he was shot, and sank to the bottom of the car, bleeding profusely. The Duchess tried to stanch her husband's fearful wound, Sij^d then, screaming,- "My God 1 My GV>; V'i.;Lv.Csl?P.-8ank-,- to. the 'floor of the motor ear. When the motor reached the palace both victims were lying, un conscious on the bottom of the car. It is stated that the Arch duke's last words were, "Sophie, you must live for our children-" Count Harrach stood on the footboard of the car after leaving the town hall, in order to prot...
BEARDED WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
BEARDED WOMAN. The professors and surgeons of the "French Academy of Soiences have been confronted with a re-' markable oase of what is known as "virilism." Professor Tuffier presented a woman of 62 years, whose face and hands have be come those ot a man. When she was 40 years old she was at tacked with an extraordinary hypertraphy of certain glands, and since then her whole being has changed. Her biceps have attained the strength of a healthy man's, her shoulders have broadened, and she has become peculiarly muscular. Most ex traordinary of all, she has become bald, and at the same time has developed a long black beard which reaches to her waist. A warranted euro for all Acquired or constitutional Discharges from the Uri« CLARKE'S nary Orgaca in either sex These famous Pills also B 41 cure Gravel, Faina in the Back and all Kidney PILLS I Disorders; Free from meroury: Forty years' success. Sold by all Ghem andiatorekeepera tbroughou1 the world.
PIG MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
PIG MEMS. Get the sows and little pigs out on the ground as soon as possible. The shelters should be in good con dition, and warm, dry beds of cut straw provided. The shelters should be so construct ed that when the sows and little pigs are in them they will be protected from wind and wet. The pens should be closed on three sides and open to the south. Don't leave the pigs out in the cold. Do not let them become thin and emaciated.
AUSTRIAN TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
AUSTRIAN TRAGEDY. The three children of the late Aroh duke Franz Ferdinand and Duchess o£ Hohenberg were at Chlumitz Castle, in Bohemia, when the news of the assassination at Sarajevo arrived at noon on Sunday, It was kept seoret until the even ing, when the Countless "Ohotek, sister of the duchess, told them that their parents had been suddenly taken away, and that they must go into the chapel and pray for them. When the children returned it wns impossible to hide the truth, and when at last their religious instructor told them they broke into convulsive weep ing, the Countess Chotek fainting at the sight. The children were awake through- ? out the night, and crouched close to one another, mourning theii' terrible loss. They will attend fcho funeral at Arstetten on Friday. ; " Linaeod Compound," of 40 years', proven eflloacy for coughs, C0ld»( lpi'0Ucll\ti8| eto.
COLOR OF MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
COLOR OF MILK. . 1 Tile color of milk will vary with the breed of cow yielding the milk, and the feeding the cow receives. Some foods have the effect of giving th milk a good flavor, and other kinds of food just the reverse. The natural color of milk is due to the coloring matter, "lactochrome," pre sent in the foutterfat. Milk is paler in color during winter or when the animals are given dry feed. Rich col oring milk yields butter of a deep yellow color when it is well made? Several faults in the making of but ter cause much of the color to dis appear, and this should be guarded against.
WHY SHOULD WOMEN SUFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
war SHOULD WOMEN SUFFER. Old time logic acoepted it as a matter of cold fact that women were made to ! puffier from girlhood to the grave, What I a thoagtroue doatrioe, A book dealing with the matter q£ pajn and suffering aa 1 flffeoUnfl womenfolk, and whiph tells hosy thousands have been restored by a simple home to permanent health after years of pain, ~I.! ^e ^B0 anyone who outs out this advt. and sendB it to Dept. A 63, LADIES' (JOLLEG-E OF HEAJ/TH, Phjijf'a buildings, 327 Collins street, Melbourne. IyadioB yisfte jog the City are cordially invited tp oa)j and chat ovor health matters wit® tog Manageress. .
DON'T WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
DON'T WORRY. Live in the present, deal with the present, master the present, make the most and 'best of the passing hour, and don't ivaste it by distressful re grets about the past, or paralysing fears about the future. Grip the ever present now. By this thorough-going concentration on to-day you are most completely redeeming your yester days, and doing your best for your possible but uncertain to-morrows. It is of 110 use crying over spilt milk; it is of no use to grieve concern ing what is absolutely inevitable or irretrievable, and because the events and relationships of your life will not run smoothly. If you have done your best, an angel could do 110 more. If yon have an evil day approach ing, an unpleasant hour in front of you, or any Itlnd of disagreeable duty or engagement whatever, meet It without delay. It is better, as a rule, to voluntarily face it sooner, than be compelled to do so later. Be' like the man in the moon-he sees a lot but never says n word.
WHY YOU SHOULD MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
WHY YOU SHOULD MARRY. We deplore the fact that, because of the fearful extravagances of modern society, many of our best people con clude that they cannot possibly afford to get married. We are getting a fearful crop of old bachelors. They swarm around us. They go through life lop-sided. Half-dressed, they sit around sewing on buttons, and darning socks, and then go down to a long boarding house table which is bounded on the north and south and east and west by the Great Sahara Desert. We do not pity them nt all. May all their buttons be off tomorrow evening! Why do they not set up a plain home of their own and come into the Ark two by two? The supporting of a wife is looked upon as a great horror. Why, dear friends, with right and healthy no tions of time and eternity, it is very easy to support a wife if she be of the kind worth supporting. If she be educated into false notions of refine ment, and have "young ladies' Col lege" piled on her head till she be an imbecile, you will ne...
Immigration Problems. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
Immigration Problems. A return showing the extent of immigration during the six months ended June 30 was made available this week by the Minister for Immi gration (Mr Hagelthorn). According to the statement, only 80 landseekers arrived in the State during the period under review. These brought with them a capital of £20,089. Dealing with the operations of the bureau, the report states that the bureau had been I entirely successful in placing assisted passengers in country employment. Applications from farmers who require the services of these lads and men from overseas to work upon their holdings have been at all times good, but apparently owing to tbo dryness of the season, applications are not now coming to hand with the same fteedpoj as was the case earlier in the I year, The demand foe dpmestip se).: vants remains steady, but is not quits satisfied. The experiment of sending ! numbers of domestic servants to the country has been successful, and it is intended w s0n4 gjore when a...
Falling Hair Caused by Dandruff. HOW TO DESTROY THE DANDRUFF GERM AND SAVE YOUR HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
Falling Hair Caused by Dandruff. HOW TO DESTROY THE DANDRUFF GERM AND SAVE YOUR HAIR. Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is inute evidence of a neglected scalp ; of dandruff, that lawful .scourge. There is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre, its length and its very life, eventually producing a feverishnesss and itching of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink, loosen and die-then the hair falls out fust. For the purpose of destroying the dandruff germ you should get your chemist to prepare a lotion consisting of 3 ounces Bay Rum, 1 ounce Lavona de Composee and ^ dram Menthol Crystals. Rub this thoroughly into the scalp with finger tips. It will kill the dandruff germ at once and after the first application your hair will take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy, and have the appearance of abundance and incomparable gloss and softn3ss, but what will plea...
COMPULSORY ENROLMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
COMPULSORY ENROLMENT. Under the compulsory provisions or the Electoral Act, every person eligible to vote is obliged to ascertain that his or her name appears on the rolls for the subdivisions in which they reside. Tho Chief Electoral Officer (Mr Oldham) stated that persons qualified for enrolment, but not cor rectly enrolled for the subdivisions in which they now had their places of living, should understand that the police, when recently reviewing the rolls, listed their names for the infor mation of the divisional returning officers, and that in order to avoid rendering themselves liable to a penalty under the compulsory provisions of the Electoral Act they should, if they had not already done so, at once take action to secure enrolment, or trans fer a change of enrolment, as the case required, by obtaining the necessary claim cards from the nearest post office and completing and lodging their claims with the registrars for the sub divisions for which they claim enrol ment. It wa...
FEDERAL CAMPAIGN DATE OF ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
FEDERAL CAMPAIGN DATE OF ELECTIONS. Tho Federal elections will be held on Saturday, 5tl> September. A de finite announcement to this c-ffect wns made by the Prime Minister at the conclusion of a meeting of the Cabinet on Wednesday, Mr Cook saiil that the dates which lmd been decided upon were ns follow : Dissolution ... ... 20th July. Issuo of writs ... ... 20th July. Nomination day ... 7th August. Polling day ... ... flth Sept. The effect of this decision is thnt after Monday, 20th July, members of both Houses of the Federal Legis lature will cense to exist as such, and their pay will consequently cease. During the period which will elapse before they or their successors are elected over £8000 will be saved to the Commonwealth. Another matter of vital importance to taxpayers is that after 6 p.ui. on that date it will not bo possible to secure enrolment; Candidates for seats in the Federal Parliament should be exceedingly careful m regard to the expenditure of money during the ca...
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 July 1914
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. . Phillips anil Chamberlain report: Butter: Prime factory prints Is. 2d ; lump, Is 1 separator, lOd to 10j£d i dairy, 8d. Eggs, Is to Is Id. Bacon: Sides,.lid; middles, Is;haras, Is 3d. Honey, 3d to 3}4d. Lard, 7^d. Cheese, 8}/£d to 9d. Onions : £5 to £7. Potatoes, £3 Ids to £i 10s. For children's hacking cough at night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6 "If the blood is disoaaed the body is diseased."-Kemembar that the blood whether pnre or impuro, circulates through the organs of the human body Iuol'H, honrt,fltomnch, kidnoy, brain. It ia ladeD wit'i poiaonous matter, it spreads disease on its course. In cases of scrofula, sourvy, eczema, bad lega, ikin und blood diaeason, pimples and weB of all kinds, the effeots of Olarke'a Blood Mixture are marvellous. Thou sands of wonderful oures have been iTcntod by it. Clarko'B Blood Mixture e Hold ernryvhon.1 ivt ia 3d per bottle ew.ire »i v/ortMawi imitations an 1 sub tltlltcs Tiiti Federal iimuiuiiil year c...