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Markets. CLUNKS STOCK MARKET. KET. SHORT YARDING OF STOCK. BUYERS UNSUPPLIED. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

Markets. CLUNKS STOCK MARKET. KET. SHORT YARDING OF STOCK. BUYERS UNSUPPLTED. . Wednesday. Crawford, Dowling and Seymour report holding their usual fortnightly stock snlo at their yards 'as above. Thore was only 11 moderate yarding of stock, and as tho attendance of out side buyers was a larger ono than usual coin petition ruled very keen at advanced prices, the supplies ,proving insufficient to requirements :-Quota tions :-Cows, £7 to iM 10s ; heifers, £3 10s; crossbred wethers, 2Ss fid ; crossbred ewes, 27s 9d to 23s 3d ; comeback ewes, 27s 2d to 24s 3d; merino ewes, 14s 7d; lambs, 18s to 128 > P'S3> 3ls fid to 16s fid. Sales : CATTLE 4, W. Youren, Talbot, cows, £5, £i 40s ; heifers, £3 10s. 2 cows, S. Largo, Talbot, £0 15s, £6 5s. 2 cows, Alox. McDonald, Clunes, £7. 1 cow,, W; Cullip, Dunach, ^,0 £ios. '. -. i SHEEP. . 37, G. Eraser, Clune's Estate, Glen gower, crossbred ewes,. 27s 9d, 23s 3d ; comeback owes, 27s Id, 25s. 21, W. Cullip, Dunach, crossbred owes, 24s 3d; merin...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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WORMS. SOME STRIKING SYMPTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

WORMS. SOME STRIKING SYMPTOMS. 4- child who is afflicted with worms I will often be in an indifferent state I of health. It becomes peevislx and I irritable, and will lwve a strong ten dency to pick the nose, and there will be severe itching of the lower bowel. Grind ing the teeth and suddenly startling up in the sleep will also be noticed. The bowels are irregular, sometimes con stipated, and at other limes relaxed, with bloody dis qliapges wt in dysentery,, and riot infre quently tiie dischargcs'wilj be in fltikpq ,'ind shreds, which might bo taken fop partly-digested food." The best proof gf Wopms is Worms, and if their presence ig suspected, imipeditytp stepg should be ta,ken to positively establish the fact, and onoe established, Com stook's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets should be administered, according to directions, Woruis require a speoiflo medicine, and there is no remedy so effective as these Belleta, T|jey l;iU the Worms, destroy their eggs, and dislodge their nests. Oomstock...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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UNFAIR DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

UNFAIR DISTRIBUTION. Two dear old ladies were discussing baabands. Said the first: "I have been married three times. Each of my husbands is dead, though. They were all cremated." Her friend was a dear old maiden, lady. She listened attentively rto her friond, and when she had concluded the sad story of her life she said: - "How wonderful are the ways of Providence. Hero I'to lived all these years and havo never been able to get ono husband, and you've had husbands to burn," For bronchial coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

BEREAVEMENT ' CARD. jyTRS: NTCKOLLS and family return sincere Thanks for all telegrams, cards, letters and flowers ; especially to Mrs John Pascoe, Drs Forster and Webster, and Revs. Reynolds and Pearco (Talbot), in their bereavement.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

IN M EM OUT AM SERVICE. A service in memory of the late Rev. W. Moore was held in the Methodist Church on Sunday evening. There was a very large atten dance. The preacher was the Rev. A. Madsen, of Ballarat, "who chose for his text, Hebrews 12th chap., 28th verse :-" We receiving a kingdom which cannot fie moved, let us have grace, whereby we may serve God acceptably with reference and godly fear," Those were words to steady them in a time of disturbance. In one minute all that they had beon building up in their lives-for 30, 40, 50, or 60 years-the growth of a life time-could be destroyed .: but, thank God, there was a kingdom that could not be- moved. The Cross of Christ had shaken the world. Death had triumphed over Christ, but in that very hour death had lost its power; the"grave had triumphed, but in that very hour the grave had lost its sting. The resurrection of Jesus Christ upset all the calculations of men, and ever since it had been a steadying force. They could be moved, ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPIDER SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

SPIDER SENSE. Mr. S. Ponder, of Torquay, writing to "The Times" says:-I can give an instance of spider son so from my own observation. It was in Now South Wales, about 35 years ago, but tho "percipient" in this case was not a lady. He was an old squatter, a man of a rather sinister reputation, dating from tho days of blacks, bush rangers, and conviots: in short, about as little troubled with nerves as any man could bo. But tho one thing bo feared was a spider, especially tho huge spocies which tho Australian bushman insists on calling "triante olpos;" and, us in tho previous instan ce!, ho could detect their presence (up '.o a cortain distance) without seeing them. One night ho and three oth srs (of whom X was one), were playin" cards, when lie suddenly got up, anu hurriedly left the room, declaring that "there was ono of those (adjec tive) 'triantolopes' about. In t^o case of any other man, wo should have drawn tho usual conclusion, but, search being made, tho creature was discover...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Clunes Guardian & Gazette THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLIC GOOD TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE FUULICGOOD TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1914. There was a largo attendance at the meeting of the Clunes Prospecting Association hold on Friday evening, and much enthusiasm was shown re garding the formation of a eompiny by Sydney investors to work alluvial at North Clunes. The president (Mr Geo H».y) occupied the chair. The secretary (Mr H. L. Lazarus) and assistant secretary and treasurer (Mr Rattray) were amongst those present. The matter of transferring the shares applied for in the company originally ' proposed by the association, to the j new company was discussed at length, and it was unamimously considered there was unlikely to be any objectors to such a course, A motion was there fore carried that tho transfer be made, and that the association indemnify this ciiicers against any claims which might be made upon them should there be any objections. It was also decided to treat the amounts, paid by a number of townspeople for pre- j jmiinuy <JS{>9M6(...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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UNBROTHERLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

UNBROTHERLINESS. If wo think at all, if wo got away from our egotism, and step out into the world with a determined will ana see life aB it is, wo realise that un brotherliness is the insanity of the ago-unbrotlierliness, that fearful and shocking and pathetic cause of separa tion that exists among men in the jvorld to-day. It not only touches our public lifo, but our personal lives; and of courso it touches our homes. Our homes are in danger, our young folk aro in danger all the time; and no matter how great the love with which parents may surround their children, and thus try to protect them, they are constantly meeting with, conditions that it seems almost impossible to over come. This l's a fact, and we know it: and tho greatest difficulty, surely, that we have to meet with in our ef forts is that we not only hare so many systems of religion, hut we also have so many systems of eduoation. -We nped ito have a' Universal lteligion; and if we had this,, wo should havo a universal s...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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MOTHER-IN-LAW TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

MOTHER-IN-LAW JEST. ~ A youug man living in London baa aubjectod bis proapoctivo mothor-in-law to tie preliminary test of living with her in bis new home for the past month. She has passed tha tost with tlio highest honors. Now comes tbo supromo trial -living with tho bridegroom and "bride nfter tho honeymoon. Tho bappy bridgogroom recently ex plained that he was living with hia mothor-in-law for a month before tho wadding to convince himself that tho modern mothor-in-law in some cases may bo a help rather than a hindrance to a happy marriage. "There has been no trouble of any sort," ho says now. - "My mothor-in-law is a charm ing woman. . X havo no fears as to the future." He gives those reasons for his mother-in-law's SUCCCBS: - "(1) Her good temper: When my favorite dog (she hates dogs) pawod the tablecloth and disorganised the breakfast she did not say that dogs waro clumsy animals and ought not to be allowed in tho house, but treated it as a joko. "(2) Hor resource: When tho wa...

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THE AFFINITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

;:FW (THE AFFINITIES. 3F~ T (By John Kenclrick Bangs.) I know, my Hoart, that is some far-off ago. j Before this world sprang from chaotic strife Both you and I on some primeval stago Togother faced the woes and joyi of life. Not two, but One wero we, back there in space, [When You wero I and I was You, in truth, i Through chaos rushing in tho seeth ing race, In union bleat as now are Love and Jouth. [ .know it as I know on this rare night That yonder stars that corruacate on high Are fair to see, and with their golden . light The arching vault of Heaven glorify. I know it as-1 know that love.is awoot. 'Tig sure ttf"mo as that the sun will rise' ? And on the morrow onco again will greet Tho dawning day with hints of Para dise, I knew it when first on this joyous earth Wo mot, a.ud felt again the wondrous thrill With which Love weaves the moinont of rebirth Of somothing lost in far-off days of ill. 'Twas like a coming home to one whose days In wandering and woariness were spent, To f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 July 1914

" JESTER " REMIND YOU GO TO Greenlialgh's For (CHEAPEST and BEST STATIONERY. All Lines Stooked. Jewellery Repairs EfEooted. All work guaranteed 12 months, Broach Piua Ropaired. tidies' and Gents' Watolies, a large assortment to ohoose from. Jewellery of All Descriptions Stooked. Also, ft Largo Assortment of Tobaooonist Stook on hatid. . Pipes and Tabooco at Lowest Prices. Scissors and Razors Ground and Set at CtREENH ILGH'S THE MAILS. TIMflS 01 CL03INC AND RE CEIVING Mails jIosQ atjthe Post'. Office, Clansa as follows i Talbot, Maryborough, Castlemaine -8 a m daily Tourollo, Creswick, Ballarat, Mel bourne 8 a m daily Tourello, Cruswick, Ballarat, Mel bourne-1,10 p m daily Talbot and Maryborough-2.30 pm daily Creswiok and Ballarat-7.5 p m daily Talbot and; Maryborough (includes all letters, &o., for Melbourne)-8 p m daily Gleugower-3 p m Tuesdays and Fri A lute fee of one penny will be accep ted after the time lor closing, audi up to the actual closing of the mail bagsj Mails...

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STRANGE LEGACIES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

STRANGE LEGACIES. Many cases are' on record of singu lar bequests. Some years ago in New Orleans there died a wealthy old man ?who had been noted for his shrewd ness in business matters. One of'the bequests in his long will was a hair brush that he had used for many years. This brush he gave to a ne phew .with the proviso that the brush should be lcept in the family vault one month out of twelve and in a mahog any box. The acceptance of the brush meant that the nephew was to inherit and enjoy two-thirds of the estate. Margaret Ann Epping, of San Fran cisco, left one thousand pounds each to ten of her nephews about six years ago, but the condition was that her tombstone was to be replaced every two years with a new one on which each nephew in turn "should cause to be chiselled an appropriate verse set ting forth his love and affection." Jabez Hoilister, of Montreal, left bis two Rons the use of a corn" razor that he-a cutler-had specially ground and fixed up for chiropedic use. "For ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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DAIRYING. THE VALUE OF THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

DAIRYING. THE VALUE OF THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. The most obvioua and appreciable , value of the dairy Industry to a State < Is found In the wortli of Its products | (writes the "Farm and Home"). This includes butter and cheese, the- milk used as food, and the by-products of the dairy In veal and pork. It does not include the other very Important .by-produce-the manure, which, 1C properly conserved and applied to the soil, would reach a large value. Care ful experimentation has shown that the excreta of a dairy cow Is wortli about 4d. per day, computed at the standard valuation of the plant food substances which they contain. The worth of the manure is conditional upon the character and amount of the based upon higher feeding than some food supplied to the animal, and the current estimates of value may be dairymen practise. This 'by-product is not sold. If the dairying is pro perly done, every possible part of it is restored to the soil, not only main taining, but Increasing...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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INVENTIONS BY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

INVENTIONS BY ACCIDENT. Many important Inventions were merely the result of accident. An al chemist, experimenting in earths for the making of crucibles, found that he had invented porcelain. A watchmaker's apprentice, holding a spectacle-glass between his thumb and forefinger, noticed that through it the neighboring buildings appeared larger, and thus he discovered the adaptability of the lens to the tele scope. A Nuremberg glass-cutter by acci dent one day dropped a little aqua fortis upon his spectacles. He found that it corrbded and softened the glass, and he conceLved the idea of etching. He drew figures upon the glass with varnish, applied the fluid, and cut away the glass about the drawing. When he removed the var nish the iigures appeared, raised on a dark ground. The process of whitening sugar was never known until a hen walk ed through a clay-puddle and tlien strayed through a sugar-house. Her tracks were left in the piles of sugar, and when it was noticed that the spots w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

CLOAK. This illustration shows an infant's cloak made of cashmere and scallop ed and embroidered with silk. It would also look well made of silk, de laine or fine cloth. It represents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. 1, and is cut in one size only-for an infant. This pattern may be bought for ninepence from local pattern agent, or will be sent post free to any ad dress if ninepence in stamps is sent to Dept. A, "Everylady's Journal," 370 SwanBton-street, Melbourne. State number of pattern required. If a pen ny stamp is sent to above address, a 48-page catalogue will be sent to any reader who writes, "Send free cata logue." uA/Jut/ dmmAj jw/w aA\d Cfotxcl' R* 0 WELSBACH THE WORLD'S BE8T. FOR COUNTRY LIGHTING. Air Gas Machines. Tlie Welsbncii Air Gas Ma- , ctiluo le eo elm- i pie that a child 1 can work it j with impunity, i Suitable for ! Lighting, Heat- ; ing anil Cook- : ing. We guar-; antee satlsfac-! tlon with all our i Machines, and ! to prove this we will put a machine in (or ...

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KEEP FAITH WITH THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

KEEP FAITH WITH THE CHILDREN. Many a woman who would not think of lightly breaking a promise made to a grown-up person is utterly careless about keeping her word with her children. She promises whatever is convenient at the moment, and ap parently thinks that the breaking or keeping of those promises is a matter in which she can please herself, and that her children have no right to con sider themselves aggrieved if she does not da so. A mother who acts thus does her children grievous harm. Sho 'forgets that the sense of justice is strong in quite a little child-sand that it is nat ural and reasonable that lie should expect his parents to be as good as their word, and to fulfil their promi ses, even at the cost of convenience. Promises should not be lightly broken,' and the parent who is guilty of this soon loses her children's confidence, which is 0110 of the sweetest things which our little ones can give us. When boys and girls learn to doubt their parents' truthfulness tliey soon...

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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

MELBOURNE SHEEP MAR KET. Tuesday. Fat sheep.-17,900 yarded. Clos ing sales for all classes wero firm, showing a slight advance on last week's best -values. Quotations: Prime crossbred wethers, 24s to 28s 3d; odd beasts to 12s; good, 21s to 23s ; seconds, 18s to 20s ; inferior, to lGs ; prime crossbrcd ewes, 21s Gd to 23s 9d ; extr<>, 21s Gd to 27s Gd ; odd beasts to 37s ; good, 19s to 20s Gd; seconds, lGs Gd to 18s ; inferior, from* 12s; prime merino wethers, 22s to 24s; extra to 29s lid; good, 19s to 21s ; ewes, 10s to 15s 9d. Lambs . 5700 penned. There was a strong demand for prime quality at prices equal to last week's best rates. Other sorts were dull of sale. The demand for young lambs was active. Quota tions :-Old lambs prime, 1 Gs 3d to 20s; a fow extra good to 23s Ud; good, 13s to 15s 3d ; seconds, 10s Gd to 12s; inferior, from 7s 9d; this season's prime lambs, 14s GdtolGs; extra, 17s to 18s 2d; good, 12s 3d to 13s Gd ; others from 10s Gd.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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WOMAN'S WORLD. OLD MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

WOMAN'S WORLD. OLD MOTHERS. I love old mothers-mothers with white hair, And kindly eyes, and lips grown softly sweet With murmured blessings over sleep ing babeB. There is something In their quiet grace '. That speaks the calm of Sabbath afternoons; A knowledge in their deep unfaltering eyes That far outreaches all philosophy. Time, with caressing touch, about them weaves The silver-threaded 'fairy shawl of age, While all the echoes of forgotten songs Seem joined to lend a sweetness to their speech. Old mothers!-as they pass with slow-timed step, Their trembling hands cling gently to youth's strentgh; Sweet mothers! as they pass, one sees again Old garden walks, old roses, and old loves.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

BA.LLARA.T PRODUCE MAR KET. The quotations ni-e:-Wheat, 3s.lld for prime milling. Oats : - Fair food, 2s Id to 2s 3d for stout heavy milling. Pens, 4s to 4s Gd. Bar ley :-Prime, 3s 3d ) fair to good, 2s 9d to 3s. Oape, 2s 3d. Flour, £9. Bran, £5 10s. Pollard, £3 15s. Potatoes, new £3 to £4, Hay: -Best chafting, £2 to £2 5s ; manger, £2 7s 6d. to £2 10s Straw, 32s Gd.

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REMINISCENCES OF LADYSMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 10 July 1914

REMINISCENCES OF LADYSMITH. Many Interesting incidents relative to the siege of LadyBmith are record ed in "Campaigns of a War Correspon dent," by the late Melton Prior: - "The enemy succeeded in placing thirty-two guns on the heights itbove the town, and kept up such an inces sant fire that the troops and civilians were soon engaged in digging bomb proof shelters. Ill a short time they learned to distinguish the different Boer guns by their sound, and gave them amusing names. Three of the large ones they called 'Long Tom,' 'Pulling Billy,' and 'Weary Willie.' Then there was 'Silent Susan,' so named because the bursting of a shell was the first warning we got that it bad.been fired. "In spite of the havoc that these cannon worked, the soldiers soon grew accustomed to the shelling. One day the Second Gordon Highlanders were playing football when a shell plumped In among them. Fortunately, no one was hit, and they went on playing. The Boers were so Interested appar ently that they gav...

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