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SHOWS TO COME. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SHOWS,TO .COMVE. JANUARY. Wcollongong, N.S.W. .. ...... .. to, 30, 31 FEBRTAiRY. Berry N.S,. .. ........ .. ..,... 1.., Dorigo, N.S.W....... .. . .. 10, .11 Moruyva, N.S.W. ... ..... .... ...Llt Alstonville, N.S.W. . .? . £ . ' . . 1, 12 Korum burra . .. . : , , . .. " ... 18 Lang Lang .. .. Guym, N.S.W. '.. :.' : ':, :"; i . 1T 18, 19 Gunning, N8. .W. 18, 19 Dapto, N.S.W. U , 2 ...5, 2 Uralla, N.S.W. '. 8I" . 8. 4, 5 Tentoerfield, N.S.W. .. .. . ... ;:-.. 3 4. 6 Reons, ...... . .., . ...... Wperarragul . . ; -. .. .. .-. ... Glen s, N.S.W... ..; :;.;,,. 10, 11, 41 Footer .. 4 , Lilldarraml .. . . . " '-; 4.' . .. Orboat .. 5.6 Obernba, N.S.W -.. ". :., 5. ::: .' ., . . 1, Glen umbanns, N.S.1Y. , 10, 11, 12, 13 Bun Hi .. .. .. ,.:. ",1.i , ,.1. .l1-1l Portland .S.W . 18 Yarrar Coranba, N.S.W 1t. 12 Tumberumba, SW. .; :.: 11, 12. 13 Boi Hill .. . :;,;_;..;:; ", 18.14 Gundagai, 1.S9w .W ý.. * *:' :i: ·:t "" 17. 18, Armidale, N.S.W, .. . . 17. 18 Bangttlow, NS.W. . . ;*:.. .. .17,18, 1...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULK HANDLING HINDRANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BULK HANDLING HINDRANCES, For the head of a "country Govern ment," Mr. Watt's position on the bulk 'handling of wheat is somewhat inconsis tent. After many excuses for putting off this question, the Premier's hopes are now' reposed in the chairman of the Railway Conimissioners. Mr. Fitzpatrick cannot pro duce anything in bulk handling to oppose, other, apparently, than the knowledge that Mr. Watt does not want it. He admits "that bag handling, no miatter what appli arices- are used to assist manual labor, can not: compare in efficiency= withl bul.k hand ling." Also he confesses it would remedy the long-continued grievances in connec tion with weighing, grading, cleaning, and storing,. Then he proceeds to manufacture a host of fanciful objections, beginning 'with the word "but," all of which may be Faiily interpreted as meaning, "but for all that, I. am opposing it. 'because Mr.' Watt does not want it." The farmers thought 'this question was settled .With the receipt of 'the royal co...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

AGRICULTURAL NOTE8. Extreme heat, with thunder storms al ternating with cool changes, have been the recent prevailing conditions, within some parts a little rain. The falls have varied from light to heavy, the areas affected be ing Kimberley and North-west of st e Australita; the lower Territory, central and northern Queensland. In the south, fine weather has been broken up by a con iderable fall of pressure inland, coupled with a still more marked rise alog the Victorian coast. The south to south-cast wind circulation is favorable for showers in the south-eastern. and southern quarters. The grain and hay harvests have had, on the whole, favorable weather, and now the main work is. carting to the railay sta tions. In dairying and pastoral affairs the wter supply is not too plentiful, and the weather prophets are expecting an unusual ly dry autumn. The fight against the vested interests of the Port of London to get through to the interior populations of the United King dom .by way 6f...

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

Racing. VICTORIA RACING CLUB; AUTUMN MEETING, 1914. To be run at Flemington, or such other Course as the Committee may Direct, GENERAL ENTRIES ('LOSE At the Offices of the V.R.C., Melbourne; of the A.J.C., Sydney; of the S.A.J.C., Adeliide; of the W.A.T.C., Perth; of the T.R.C., Hobart; and of the T.T.C.. Launceston, at 6 p.m. on TUESDAY, 3rd FEBIRUARY. All Entries Must be Accompanied with Amount of Forfeit. FIRST DAY.-SATURDAY, 28th FEBRUARY•. (Weather Permitting.) IPINES HURDLE RACE. A handicap sweepstakes of 2 sovs. each.,. 1 it., with 300 added. Second horse to -receive 60 Santi the third 30 sovs. out of the stake. Win ner of any handicap hurdle race after declara. tion; of weights to carry 7 lb. extra. Two amiles. ST. LEGER STAKES. (Entries closed.) NEWMARKET P' NDICAP. (Entries closed.) SIRES' PRODUCE STAKES. (Entries closed.) ESSENDON STAKES. A .sweepstakes of 12 sovs. each, 2 ft., -'ith 1500 added. Scbond horse to .receive 300, and the third 150 sovs. out of the stake.- Weig...

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

ggf : Mbicaiag atrienad,. " T-LOYD-S MdiAsng" Frie-ds, ':Neit of .4Kin, '.. SCEORETL?'INQ'UITY -O1FIIGES, "Swanston stredt, Melbourne;. .'ir t- Establlied Offices, .us tralian Stat?s. LOYD'S Unclaimed 'GIkcney iTegisti of Chnin ery ;.ie'sae, .Legatas, ani.Perons ,Adver tiaed for "to .~lainm inoney. :-Search ;and 'full pa'r tictilars, 101o . STIoD'YS :Secret. :I?nqnry Oflqi. - .Mi3ing J rie'F'idls, de., tra ed. Secret rintetigatio°s c onducted by special dletecti?ve all .over the .world. T LOYD'S Next of f n .DM.e .advances made S ijn ;Iegacies :.Wis, : Rei e iAens, ,k., E-and. vame proiziaity :itl d4cheaply ceollected T :L YD'S.-RetaineJ by : the ;prinmipal .3,nkers, J • Merchants, . Solicito?s, '&c. R"efrePnces i , ? MWid tr?t?es, ;M ke, :,S6licitors.. 86 iston- re . - i .e.boi..rile. TO ,DURAN, OAP 19WN AND LONDON, " .?Via ADEL IDE. _ COMMONSVvV1Ti i ,41L. H. Cooper.ilar. 2 BEtYiA.... , 1,12 ir. '28 GEELCON........7 T,9r411i J.lidw3..il..... Atl. .AllcSte iie ittued:?tih ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SOur 'GRAND and GREAT SUM1ER FAIR,.now in progress, presents a: iWOST FAVORABLE OPPORTUNITY ?o~ Everybody to Satisfy their Requiirements from. oUr UNPARALLELED STOCK of GOODS .for Personal Use, the Farm, or the Horn e; B .ARGAINS -IN SILKS. 1/.---COLORED TAFFETA SILKS, in a good 16t of :colors; 1/1 goods for 1/ a yd. 1/.'-Double Width SHOT CORD SILK. and FANUY SILK 'OILES, 2/11 goods for 1/ a yd. ., .l/1.--31-in. TUSSORE SILK, 1/9 goods- fol 3. I.-2S-in. COLORED POPLINS, bright as pur. silk; this is the well-known Poplin of whicl. we have sold thousands.of pieces as a Fdir bar gain.. The price is 1/ a yd. /3.--40-in. SATIN ORIENTAL, all colors, 2/3. 2/6.-40-in. BROCIIE SILK CHEPES, lovely goods of this season; also two stylcs in Heavy Crepe cde Chines; 3/1il and 4/3 goods for 2/6. 40 -40-'in. DUC1IESIt MISSA/J NE, in a good lot of-colors; 3/11 and 4/6 goods for 2/6. 2/11.-40-in, PUiE. SILK CREPE DE CHINE, showing pronounced. cord in a nice lot of shades; 6;G goonls for 2'i11. Bar-ai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

TO FARMER$ AND ._GRAZIERS IN SEARCH OF6 'RIVERINA LANID. 20,000--ACRES- VIRGIN FREEHOLD. LAND. . D MUNDA "STATEA" / D..n IX : .... , - .," . , N . ,2?EA.1ADJO,.NING ,.-THE, ..-FAMOUS TUPPAL .STATION. For PRIVATE SUBDIVISION, in BLOCKS of from 600 to 1125 ACRES. Situated 6 to .14 miles from Denlilquii n Railway Station, 50-to 60 miles U ...- from Echuca, and.from 20,to:.30 miles froimn Finley All nicely ti.ono re ttli Pine,.Box, .Boreeor M3fall, Oak, &e., with exception of small portio- of firtsqftq .i.?'orce 'laii;, grassedl with Trefoil; and best ,Root Grase.s aind .Herbage. Every acre: gooid .lcarii' -soil, .most suitable for .'heat growing, dairying and mixed farming; for breeding andi fattening puirposes it cannot be Fxcelled.' ,.':... i: Permanently uwatered` by tanksri wells and bores (117, ft. to 162 it. deep), fitted with wind mills, supply.tanks aind troiglhing; securely feniced- nd Wiren-ntted. and tsubdivided into 14. pad docks.. NO RABBITS OR NOXIOUS WEEDS. AVERA...

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FATAL AMBITION—NOBLE AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

i'/ ATAL AMBITION---NOBLE AMBITION. BY PASTOR RUSSELL. : xt:':"Who, being in the form of "God, id:'d pot :mediate a usurpation -.to be on an unialit:y with Goa;d, but :[contrariwise] made hInsdlf of no repittation, and took upon liiilz-:- forim.of a servant." 'hioever lihas ':. ambition has not pro, ?eily:;begun to l=live.: Ambition implies aP ipreciAtion of the valJue of life.-a fixed. do termination of will in favor of the goal de. cided upon. Parents and teachers..should aim to lift noble ideals before 'the mental vision of. the young, and to asist them in ::detruilining, which-.: goal: they will bend life's::energies 'to reach. ' To. such parents and teachers many of those successful 'in life iefer in teiinzs of endearment, declar ing how much they owe to those iiho'tthus assisted them to- a noble ambition. s we ..learn to olbierve,, other people,, we perceive ?that many are ivhoally :withiot am bition; or that their :anmbitions are so tJy'-fn o 9 e. of' real benefil. In a :cCid...

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

AU.AT UAN . :. i From Top to Toe Quality is absolutely thre - Everything going in .(material and workmanship) is of the 'very bet.. NATURALLY THE RESULT. IS Everything coming out (tone, tim-:-.. bre, volume): is of the very. best- : CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. o CCENTRAL SHO0WROOMS: 29- Boure :Str.eet: r .ELBOURNE TRONG SFig. " Cyclone Gates re Ant Proof. Cyclone "L1ft" Gate C A THAN . ?: The cheatpestyatie madle * FAR MORE_ DULRABLE The top hinge allows S-------- - ------ i the gate to. be- lifted from its post-catch for opening, the weight of - ,i the gat?fifirmly-hold , :. : in - it" hom - when " -wuns to. The gate fr arie ies syed and-: .... aIvoid sag. a fitted 4 It 9-ft.d x 4ft. 16G i' -0-fyt. 0 it x4 t. -171- p 11 ft{. X 4.fL 18/6 'THE CYCLONE "LIFT",-GTE:. i,4-ii. x 44t. " 2o-."' 1 lft:.and 12-ft. gates Get Our Catalogue of Gates and Fences. have stronger stays. CYCLON. Pty. Ltd. 459 SWA SOU N STREET,.;..i BBEUMS ETl GET LU Buy IRONM3ONGERY, &c., at 2' 90 BRUNSWiCK-ST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

Wanten to 1el. 1 BBIT Traps, -Set -iutorndtica ly, 410/6; no S. releasing and resetting; eatdhces live.; al. 3ways appears open; Rat Traips, -7/.0 eadb. 4. A. 'Speedi, Patent, Fitzroy; all ironarraeos. . SADDLERY, IIHrness, Stock Wlips, great variety; country requirements. Cheaper e at `iunter's, Ri74 Bourke-street. Phone, 7059. 216 Past .Officeplacc, Mldbourne. Phone, 2241. SEE THE CREAM SEPARATORS SIZESt .9 to 134 'Gallons Per )Kour. .Prices.from ;£3 10- 0. ;All Duplicate Parts Stocked. iNSPECC'ION ?ILL .PAY -YOU. C. E. HALL, v :lM'lhLOP. TtRET.. -I6UBOURfTl. -Professional, _AGRICULTURALJ S.COiLLEGES. ,DOOKIE (Shepparton District) And O. NGERENONG (Horsham District). . STUI)ENTP NOW BEING ENROLLED. The Colleges :will Re-open on 10th and ard March Respectively. : DOOIIE COLLEGE -Provides Speciail Facilities tfo tPractical and Scientific Agricultural Education,. ALTERNATE COURSES. S:: i oma ....... ...: yi-ears. Siicial ...-; years. S!ne year icoursc. -is TOTAL :FEES. First year.. ....

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

C`ew Kip~ov e4 or .01i"tJ~ t e Cases. .- P r ai 51OI abiitt e tt?? tles for 20/! poet free.: S" . _ . ..... . P fh?. p le t :P ?t:free::?:. If t : ar.s.e .eff.ir g tom:f any rier?.ii iI?.li.? whaftever frite to ime jin edi l;t1rig. adescription; of yur.ca's in ?our!p w ords I wil send you absolutely free, a d igosis, of. -yoiq cse,;aid my hest p .pessioaal a ices tfo hoer tpoxeeed'i' oredeAarret t ihel' and that :.ten these ffaousPils will inot. e effct a cert?ii, sur? n _. :re.. permanent cure, I will. tell-you so.. Jnever trreatcases' unlessCon-ad that a .cure :wil folkow. Malii .l Whatee?er di.cppointments, .-fatevr. fa ures. ay ba been s.i . ·t ,.e ap atevei rerterCs e."s -you :ay; *hare=taeiis witiont s cesskaeourage: ese wonder ful Pill no m4 nufactured- under. the -new inipraved :concentrated and c4tiia tri :rpoer anu ifnecessary I :empoy in conunction withi. these Pills, such: t .-. t m nt'- . i.iýde. s: o. y ny..iai yea- .f experience have proVed to be tlhe safest, i:prompt...

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

SWe;, have, recently inquired into the cost for repairs for 100 Deering and M'Cormic Grain Drills for the past two seasons. _._.-. _t_:.?O . - These machines were selected at random throughout the Commonwealth, and the " .;Ix ý, r! :!figures given are those of the iowiiers, wh are unlikely to understate an itemi of ý this sort. PAl. A carefully compiled statement shows that the average for. the .two seasonss is . ali ittle less than 4/6 (four shillings, and. sixpence ), or under .2/3 (two shillings BIL * and threepence . per season; . These figures: ae t?iio?ughly. genuine, and.: the original reports are open to the inspection of any reputable farmer. ' . We believe that they are a wonderfully good advertisement -for our drills, and that the aveirager cost fo repairs of all kinds of grain °drills used in Australia would 'be anything. from 4. to. 1.0 times. as much. . S"We have known for years that the material and workman .shiP in our drills was much above the average, and there .. ...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COMET. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

.THE ;:COMETS S Y H-:.AL RAVENGLASS.: T [COPYRIGHT.] The six ; men. crouching: beneath.their cloaks on their horses: ii the hedge' of the road; ..listening, heard ;tihe lasIt miouiiiful voices of the cathedral choir a mile aw~ay. andi the. tread of terror-stricken iipeoplel in t: darkness.. Thie great stained ;windows of the cathedral gleamed afar off like eats' Geoffrey Fitzalan curled his lips ,and wrinkled his nose in. ·the cynical smile that. all the "Red Genotlemen of the Comet, knew so well: '"Bah!" he said, twitching his cloak:. "Some dogs will be toaasting their toes at the gret. fire: ini Hades t:his time to.morrow if yon flaminig:star crashes into this' woi'ld of: ors, as the aiStrologers say--eh, Dudley? f'ypo crites. They stinkl! Fi tralin spat out ,e!ahorately:.: : Cuthbert: Dudley disinherited :heir -to the. great estateaof Hatletre, in Wiltshiri;' ain d mnember of the Red Gentlemien of the Comet, lifted his ::eyes skywar.d and gazed at the. g.eat- red :star that- flnm...

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

. ý 1 ; s a 'B B I ® a `If m t 0 t II 9.3 *0 p - U I I~ I .I O~ ; 19 I a UUE·B ·iH *s II .0I I. ·.·; · ':~:-·'.~~U U'b~~pqpi io~ ?7p..r-rpn ~a.·l -s. I P~i$U

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAY OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THE WAY OF THE WORLD. Twvo mhen stopped. suddenly in Regent Sgreet one afternoon and 'gazed 'into the t va above .the Piccadilly Hotel.. One of them pointed earnestly as they talked with their heads bent together. Passers by naused and looked upward. They saw ottiing' but the semi-fog.above the house tops, looked again at. the two earnest men, tind either went their way puzzling over the mystery, or took up their stand on the pavement determined to solve it. A crowd coJlected. A pretty chorus girl hurrying t, a .reheai'sal looked back over her: shoul der at. the men, who still discussed some thing with: serious faces, decided to stop ai'rthoen thought better of it. A newsboy Smissed three sales trying Ito discover ..the object of interest.;A motor omnibus driver. nlearly killed an old lady while endeavoring to look, two waysi at.once. Finally, when .ithe sispense 'became •gonisxng, one of, the two men glahced at tle' eager crowd around" him and. began counting them. The other man to...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEEP VERSUS COWS IN IRRIGATION [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SHEEP VERSUS COWS IN IRRIGATION The following letter from one of its business clients is submitted to us by IMessrs. Dalgcty and Co. for publication in `"The -'Leader":--"Your interesting article in the 'Review' for Deccmber deal ing .with the possibilities of dairying under. irrigated lucerne, supplied to the writer, giv;es figures he had been anxious 'to ob tain from a reliable source. The gross re turn from an acre of lucerne on the Yanko irrigation area, the article shows, might be put down at £10, on the basis of its carrying a cow to the acre. "However, my present object is not .to question that, but to have something to say on behalf of sheep on irrigated lucerne. This season, on Old .Morago, in the Denili quin district, 30 acres of lucerne was set apart for grazing sheep, the area having previously been subdivided into six pad docks of about equal 'size. A flock of 1000 store merino wethers was put on to :the first paddock, which carried them for four Shorthorn Bulls Owned b...

Publication Title: Leader
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A VISION OF VENICE. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

:A. Visiw OF 'VELNCEI. BY SIGNOR OADOR ;:. [OOPYRIGHT.] ..: Small islands.. among. .the ezitensive- la: goons -a;.desert of salt water and miud;, no fresh i water, no stones for -.building: rino trees, no anirials-that' was the_ origin of ;tenice. Do you. ,not think that the existence of such a jewel of art and beauty : oufld.justify: the legenid of a cihiaiming and .beutifill fairy: creating :Tenice as. by. enchantment -.one night, whlen the moon was:lighting- that squalid desert of sadness and lifelessnessi ? Far from that poetical legei; Veniice was born, as it is known, by the imperious necessity of life conservation-of some .poor people fleeing from the Huns and theiir Captain, Attila, called Flagellumn Dei ! (the scourge of God); strong andd healthy people, who could, among continual fights ivith the 'Frais, the. hByzantine, and theni the. Turks, .grow in most marvellous devel-: opment; raise fromi the water i palaces, squares, churches and bridges, and then go: forth to.the c...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

OLEANSI.NG BY . STEA . FOOD FOR STOCK, . DAIRY UTENSILS, S TYI*rrJNG WATER. :;, $ :LB; OF STEAM 1IN A FEW ?-INUTES, Tu: nbull Stcamer, 14. ELIABLE, EFFICIENT. CANNOT. EXPLODE. ' I ' G EILL OR EXPERT A1TI ENTION. Th'? SURREY: ENGINE & 'BOILERt ,WOR~ S PTY. LTD,, - (ANiTIia URY.ROAD, SURlREY ULLS,.. ty he "Chaillenge fjt's the best: i ill! Hundreds of users the Com monwealth over reck-. on it the finest MMill ever produced. The "Chil lenge", crank shaft - one S piece of solid forged steel -ls a marvel of design and construction. Let the, ".Challenge" solve.. YOUR . ,, water problems. A 6. ft. mill costs you "E. Litera ture free. Glad to osend" you some, L angwill Bros. and" Davies ,Pty. Ltd.,; S l I' 2 0114 bhturt-treei :. . o::i ut ?t llelboume,, ., The Model 12 back- geared .? !t~i,+ ? .ý . ..:+ , {dr `.. (All-Steel Galvanlsed) WINDMxIzL is the World's Windmill ,, Masterpiece. 'MA SIVE -- POWERFUL - EASY. RUNNI G.. It has 2. P ltmens, 2. Goeas, 2 Pinlons, and,.2 Wrlst. Plns-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

QUALITY Every buyer of a Piano zbwrld oara'ully caStv4r d Oqu1en if Qualiy. Tie Tone. tc1 1urhty. and Anvaic Qudii'y of "Ailac'ns" Pianos are bayuad ompare becauts Chey arc Mde by the WORLO0 LLEAaruc MAceRI- EECHSTEIN. LIPP. ECKE, VEUR!CH. THURMER TH %RE ts AB1SOLUTELY NO BETTER VA WE OBTAINABLE IN AUSTRALIA ' Mat aatWt/aaD t I ON ·rll w NN OaTXKM.1 - S OB? cPa.? warme Shirts that are "done' up " with Silver Star Starch retain their+. stiffness all the time. It is an easy Starch to mix, and it won't stick? to the iron. Insist on Original Labolled Packages ýLVER STAR TARCH THE BEST INI THIE WORLD I-' ºWHY SUFFER? LWYHKN YOU -CAN, OBTAIN 1$I4IEID'."· WiWOLI INEE Ku1 A. CURTAIN CU1i& ' FOIL ALL, ?,Ici, 5/s, pouttd. Write "tor 'Trtimonleo Is'. I 17. MA KLALYON and RONS, ObChmits, DALLABAT.

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Beachworth Cottage Apollo Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

13eecinworth (Cottage, Dear Cinlderella,-- A.pollo Bay. I was veriy pleas~d to see my letter in print. I enjoy reading the children's columnl very much. I" have my qualifying certiflcate, aull 1 in try ing for my merit. Tle examination is in Novenl her. I like doing crochet, which my mother taught me. i Two of my cousins are staying down at .oua place, a.l I )have fun.: Seven alays out bf eight my codmsin and I wentt for swimns in the sea. I hrave my junior swtimming certificate. To get this, I had to swim lifty yards, float' and dive. Sewen bovs a?dI seve' girls Iare <ltor ccrtiic tes, Last week the wecather wse fine; lbit beflore that,: there never. was a day for about a i'month, thiat we didn't have rain. Tlhe bluc wlrels are numelrous about Apollo tuy, anil, they never seem ''t'be still. They conte abomut our house and pick tup orumbs. A mounltain ihr isk sits on a she oak trie and sing~ so nicely. Thie flower a.irden .looks very nrice now antd the fruit trees are in ...

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