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OUR LETTER BOS A CASH OF SUSPICION [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

A CASH OF SUSPICION Walter Schilling, twho lives ..at Outlet Creek, Rainbow, writes©ear Uncle Ben,— I was very glad to get my prize for my let ter. . Thank you for it. I am taking for . my subject "A Case of Suspicion." One day a large , number of guests gat - at the dinner table of the principal hotel in Dres den, the capital of Saxony. Foreigners and native Germans sat side by side, drinking,, talking, and enjoying themselves very, much. Suddenly a young merchant, who had tra velled through India, attracted the atten tion of the party by holding up a piece of gold money which he had brought with him from th;e ^country. The coin was octago nal, an^had strange-figures on both sides. It wj^fcassed around ,th'e ,table, and every gue^jFte&'^urprised at; it. . Finally it reached the/of a gentleman who was appar ently^, an Tofflcer of high rank. He had beeh so 'engstged. in ^conversation with his neighbor that he was really the only one that had pot _ paid mucli attention to the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER 21 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

CHAPTER 21 Bouchier glared tigerishly, purple 'with rage. "The Ranee's ruby — yes— that's jt," he shouted. "And if you're curious to hear how I got it, I picked it up, right where you dropped it, on the grass outside the arbor. I was behind the arbor listening to you and Fitzgerald billing ana cooing, and tit tering at me, so when I saw a chance to be even I took it. Do you think I'd let you out of my sight for long with a fortune on your person, you fool? I would no more trust, you and your lover than I would the rest of Derrybawn's gentry. There's the truth for you whether you like it or not." Kitty moved a step nearer. "And when you found the ruby you planned to have Dick or me accused of theft in order to force me to marry you?" "That's correct, madam. It was a bit of strategy, and successful, but you must have been mighty vain to believe I'd bear my loss and say nothing in re turn for the honor of your hand. The* woman I'd pay such a fancy price for doesn't live." • "Did Aunt G...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BOY WHO WAS DIFFERENT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

THE BOY WHO WAS DIFFERENT By WILLIAM A* COREY. Phillip reached the Foulds farm hous% just as the farmer, thick-chested and kindly-faced, turned his horses into their stalls for the no on-day rest and feed. "Well," he called out to the hoy in his hearty way as he removed the bridles, and, hanging them . over the hames, proceeded to give each animal its measure of grain. ""Well, you're on hand, eh? All right, you just hang around and sort of get the lay of the land this afternoon and to-morrow, and Monday there'll be something to dp. I guess we'll get along all right. You just do the work that's to be done, &nd then the balance of the time's your own. Brought your book of 'lectricity along, did you? All right, you can do all the experimentin' you want to. You'll find wires and bottles and jars and things lying around, I guess. And if you want anything down to Quimby, I guess we can get it, eh?" Phillip thanked his employer as he put his suitcase down, and Mr Foulds continued: ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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WORLD OF FICTION TALES & SKETCHES The Silver Dagger New Readers May Begin Here [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

By R. A. J. WALLING Author of "Flaunting Moll," "A Sea Dog of Devon," &c. [ALJu RIGHTS RESERVED.] ^11— ' , It New Readers May Begin Here Martin Torfrey, of the Villa Zamora, in Devonshire, "proposes to Margaret Hayland, of Haylands, and is acceped. Maxtin is sitting alone in liis library the same night, when he hears screams. He goes out—and meets Polly, Lucy's maid, who is nearly frantic with terror. '"Oh, the eyes!" she cries, and tells of seeing, some awful eyes glaring at her near the Shrine in the Wood. In this Shrine lies one of Torfrey's ancestors, who had had a love romance, and had been buried with a tress of hair clasped in his Land, and on his breast a locket containing the portrait of a lady. Martin, having heard the girl's story, goes out to the Shrine, meeting the R6v. Charles Pudfln and a friend cf his, Dick Hoskings. He tells them the story, and all agree that it is imagination on the girl's part. Next morning, however, when Torfrey, his .sister Lucy, and Mr ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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YOUNG FOLKS A CHRISTMAS HYMN FOR THE CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

BY "AUNT CONNIE" A" CHRISTMAS HYMN FOR THE CHILDREN Long ago, in Bethl'hem's city, There waa born a little Child, By Whose life, death, - resurrection God and men are reconciled. For the grave could not detain Hrm, And the Christ, the children's Friend, Lives among us and assures us Of His presence to the end. And to-day we keep the birthday Of that Friend- Who loves us so, Our Redeemer, King, and Pattern, Yet the Babe of long ago. Now, although we cannot give Him Little gifts, as children might, We can always give Him pleasure . Just by doing what is right. To the sick and poor around us We can often helpful be, And the Lord says, "If ye do it Unto them, 'tis done to Me." So, because we love the Saviour We will love our neighbors too, And will be obedient, loving, Helpful, dutiful, and true. And the Lord, Who loves His children, Will be glad on this birthday, When He sees us try to serve Him In our humble, childish way. , A. U3LNE. Helensburgh.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

AT TTfie Soiirls.© Street Urapers The usual quiet time after Christmas compels us to offer inducements more tempting than ever to our country clients. All our New Season Stock in every Department is now listed considerably lower than the great bar gain prices that filled our warehouse with thousands of satisfied buyers pre vious to the holiday.. Carriage paid 011 all drapery orders of 20/ to any railway station in Victoria. ' MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT. Ready-made Sheets, in good heavy white "Twill, strong wearer, specially good value, liemmed ready for use; double - beds, 4/11 pair; single bed, 3/11 pair. Grand Value in SO-iu. White Twill Sheet ing. very heavy quality, and strong ' wearer, exceptional value, 1/4^ yard. Laoe Curtains, special, throw-out, 500 pair white, pair white Lace Curtains, 2Vs yards long. 1/11, 2/11 pair; 3 yards long. 3/11. 4/11 pair; 3Ms yards long, ; 5/11, 7/6, 8/11 pair. - Richards and Co. Special Fine Weave Longclotli for Light Underwear, soft Muslin finish, 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

-HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH SEPARATORS Available at Prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our Introduction-of the Has Dealt a Death Blow to the Exorbitant Prices > Charged by our Competitors. ; The new model ''VEGA" is no roughly ■and cheaply constructed separator. It baa TSTO SUPERIOR in quality, and in price there's, nothing to approach it. WE ASK all intending buyers to verl^ these statements, and thus SAVE JftONSY* which is none too plentiful these times. - PRICES j i 12 Gall. .. £3 15 0; 28 Gail, .. £7 0 9 i 55 Gall. .. £10 10 0 $0 Gall, .V £15 15 9 \ ' > Energetic Commission - Agents wanted throughout, Victoria. Splendid opportunity, smart salesmen... Write NOW, jDepaitment "W.T." to^52 FRANCIS ;ST.V.MEnBOtJRNB,

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CHAPTER 6 A Detective Appears [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

CHAPTER 6 A Detective Appears It was totally dark at even: ng when a little bustle of excitement at the waterside betokened the impending de parture of the yacht Castilian. The splendid vessel lay in mid-stream, blazing with lights from stem to stern, and with a full head of steam. A, boat was waiting: at the landing-place be low Pensilvetta Cottage Tor the last arrivals. On the other sfde of the river two people strained their eyes, keeping well back under the trees. "He's brave," said the girl, "but it's a serious and" risky thing." "Trust Hoskings," said the man "He's a good actor, and keeps a cool head. He'll bring the adventure through. I'm not at all excited about him." . In proof of which he fidgeted with his feet, and his hands were twitch 1X1 "if the other man should scent a trap?" suggested Miss Torfrey. "He won't," said Pudifin. "Where have you. stowed him?" "He'was here waiting for the old gentleman, who came across to bid Martin adieu once more, and probably to rub out ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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COMMERCIAL PRICES AND MOVEMENTS THE WEEK'S MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

PRICES AJO) MOVEMENTS ■ THE WRTflli'K YI f\ H Wheat prices will open for the, New Year at a level below that ruling-;for several years past. This is mainly due to the pros pect of a record crop in Victoria, New South Wales, West Australia, and. Australia as a whole; to the practical certainty that, the current crops in the aggregate throughout the world constitute a record; and to financial stringency which curbs speculation and is a factor conducing towards lower prices. Private cable advices this week have re ported a fall ©I %d. and %d. a cental in Jiiverpool futures for March and May re spectively on Monday, and.-a further fall of ^ad. and %d. on Tuesday, December 30. A private cable message states that the Argentine exportable surplus for the ensuing year is not expected to be more than 2,000,000. tons, which is substantially. below, the quan tity shipped this year. A leading English authority cables that the general situation is less alarming. In Argen tina there are many comp...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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THE DAIRY TO RIPEN CREAM NATURAL PROCESS USE OF STARTERS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

NATURAL PROCESS USE OF STARTERS Cream that is to be used for butter^' making1 (states an English expert)! may be either sweet or ripe. Sweet cream is that which is used almost immediately after it is taken from .milk, and real sweet cream butfieaj can only be made when a separa4oiS is used, for if the, cream is raised in pans and then skimmed off it will have attained a certain degree of sp»i>* ness during the time it is. exposed to the air as it -rises to the surface of the milk. % Ripening or partial souring' is fer-v mentation which- takes place in the cream owing to the action of micro organisms, the chief ones concerned being those which produce lactic add.' Formerly ripening was left entirely to chance, the cream being collected in a crock until there was sufficient to churn, and then made into butter just as it _ was. Nowadays, however, the ripening is controlled by means of starters—more especially in the fac tories and large dairies. METHODS OF RIPENING. There are three ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

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CHAPTER 5.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

CHAPTER 5.—(Continued.) Although Lucy had chosen * lover elsewhere, Pudifin's affection—rarefied by the knowledge that he could never possess her—was none the less constant, and there was nothing- that he would not have done to secure her happiness. And he noticed with pain that Lucy was not happy; she was restless, and more than usually flighty. Further, Diego Holmes's business in ILondon still prevented him from coming West. Another feature of the life in that corner of his parish was the condition of his friend Torfrey. Why the inci dent of Tom Gannett and the slight misfortunes which had occurred on his estate should worry a . man like Tor frey as they did was hard for Pudifin to conceive; why he should allow him self to settle down in a sort of melan choly gloom from which no interest seemed strong enough to stir him, was equally difficult to comprehend. It was clear that some occult influ ence was at work upon Torfrey—whe ther from within or without—unman ning him and preying ...

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TATURA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

TTATTTRA The weather has. been' most unpleasant for: harvesting., Very hot flays. have been fol lowed by other extremely dusty and wiiidy and one day of rain and violent wind. Only a few farmers have finished their harvest, but some have carted in all their grain and soldi it at 3/2. The general result is below expect tation in almost all cases, an<$ crops looking' like 10 bags produced only 7 or 8. Others only gave 4 bags. The'highest for a large paddock was 9 bags, and in that case (Federa tion) the-grain was plump and large. Ainoing the causes is the heavy rain at election tirne whicli hardened the ground so that the grain could not come up/and then the long dry spell. Rust also is very bad In some places and finally heavy winds at intervals: scattered the grain.- The id«a*. now is that the yield in Rodney has been over esti mated at 15 bushels and will only came up to 12 or 13. '• : • : --

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CHESS By "MUZIO." "The Weekly Times." Melbourne, January 3, 1914. Problems [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

* Problems \ w>Jfo. 3212.—By P. Pedler, Pinaroo, S.A. Com posed for "The Weekly Times" and entered <!' -> i for' the Tate prize. Eligible for Australian - ^ Columns Tourney. '"\ Blaci—13 Pieces. -v White—7 Pieces. . - White to play and mate in two moves. x No. 3213.—By P. Baehaach, "Deutsches - Wachenscliach." ' . Black—4 Pieces, ; ^ 'i, White—6 Pieces; White to plBy and mate in three mores. A pretty example of minor piece strategy.

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GHAMPION MILKING SHORTHORN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

GHAMPIOJN" MAKING SHORTHORN ■ —e~———— The Shorthorn cow Lady Clara was awarded first prize in the class for pedigree Shorthorn cows at the recent Dairy Show in London. She was born on November 10, 1905—sire Forever, dam Clara.

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DAIRYING IN DENMARK CO-OPERATIVE EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

I DAIRYING IN DENMARK CO-OPERATIVE EFFORT i^enmarK is tne country of agricul tural co-operation. It is pre-eminently an agricultural country, for out of an export trade of £33,000,000, farm pro ducts account for as much as £29,000,000. The country has no special advan tages, and its reputation in the pro vision markets of Western Europe, and especially in Great Britain, is due to the skill and industry of its people. Interesting particulars are given in the consular report of Mr. Erskine, who points out that agri culture in Denmark is carried on by associations of farmers. There are now 1177 dairies, with a membership of 154,602, which produce over 101 millions' worth of butter annually, taking the milk of 83 per cent, of the cows. Co-operation, the report continues, "is especially a movement among the owners of medium and smaller-sized farms," and in general the milk yield of a cow is largest oh the small farms. Again, whereas the-large farms used to be "considerably more r ad vanc...

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FLAVOR OF BUTTER INJURED BY METALS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

FLAVOR OF BUTTER INJURED BY METALS j Tile United States Dairy Division has been investigating the effect of the presence a small amount of iron or copper may have on the • flavor. of but ter. They report that very small amounts of these metals in the cream cause certain undesirable flavors to increaso in intensity during storage. These flavors are often designated as "metallic," "oily," or "fishy." Experi ments were carried out using known quantities varying from 1 to 500 parts to a million parts of cream. The but ter was stored and examined at inter vals varying from 20 to 187 days. The most noticeable feature was the rapid development of bad flavors in the butter containing the iron. Butter made from cream which had stood in rusty cans developed a peculiar taste easily picked out. The influence of copper was even more marked than that of iron. The work shows that If cream is kept in rusty cans or comes in contact with iron or copper during the process of butter-making, it may take...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

THEY ST AMD HA1B KNOCKS THE DANISH "F-M" (ONE-PIECE SEAMLESS) CREAM CANS Have no canities, folded seams, inside rivets, projec tions or corners to provide a resting place for microbes or lodgment for dirt. They're the most hygienic, easv-to clean. and most durable cans for the safe conveyance of cream, ever made. In 3, 5. S, 10 Gall. Sizes. For Particulars and Prices Write— I. BttlUX & SON Pty ltd 5S6 Bourke St., Melbourne. IC To: obtain the best results from your Dairy Herd you must have the best Machines. "BALTIC" SEPARATORS ^SIMPLEX" MILKING MACHINES "BALTIC" OIL ENGINES Our Latest Improvement Supersedes All ' Other Inventions. Our Illustrated Catalog -supplied free with ail latest information. ' Write for it now. BALTIC PAASCH COMPANY, 491-3 Flinders liane, Melbourne.

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