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KNOW?—OR KNOW NOT? [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

KNOW ?-O R: KNOW NOT ? lie who knows not, SIr"'d: knwse not that hle knot? Is a fool--shun hi-ri. . Th who, knows not, And knows that he knows ,rot, Is humble-teach himln SHe who knows, An d knows not that he knows, S,.: ;:":t'Is "asleep-wake" him.:" ',... lc who knows, Al.:. dknows that ho knows, i. Ts :wie--oiolow him,. S '--C-.nadian "Ilonie 'J.ouinl.'.

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

M ONEV BROUGHT TO YOUR DOOR BY POST! Our splendld system of biringihg you money you require to your. door by post has been availed of by thousands throughout Australia. In every case it has given satisfaction. Men and Nwomen of enterprise and energy have thus been enabled to get going on the road to success. Their enterprises have flourished through a loan from us. GET ON THE RIGHT ROAD. / Youi get on the right road, too, Let us liend you from £10 to .l10,000 on Furniture, Pianos, Deeds, J1eweler, &c. Write to us, and by retuirn" mail you will have full details siimply put befdore you, aInd the next letter will bring you the money requireel INTERIEST UNDER WILLS BOUGliIT. 5 4 ALEXANDER & COPPEL London House, 2nd •Floor, 97 ELIZABETH-ST, i4JSo . MELB. THE IDEALPODOE MEAL Save the Letters for Cash Prizes W. C. DOUGLASS. Liverpool Streat. rydr.e Proprietor. JUST 'The.-- - ,IN - Good IMc Famarita - - BRONCHITIS. CURE I-The Grandest Remedy for COUGHs and COLDS A dose or t...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIBLE IN SCHOOLS. THE NEW MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BIBLE .IN ,SCHOOLS. THE NTEW MOvBMENT.' As the result of a preliminary gathering seveiral nights ago with the object of organising a new movement for the promo tion of: religious' instruction in . State schools, Rev. F. C. Spurr. convened? a meet ing which was held in"the. TownI Hall on 7Thursday. Promiiienit nienibers on both sides of the controversy attended and 'delivered' addresses, which showed as the meeting proceeded that there was no possible chance of bridging. the.. difficiulties' which separated them. Mr W. -L.- Bowditehl (Rbman Catholic) read a paper oni "Np T'rue Education Without Reiigion,' which a rev. gentleman of his .own denomination said was very beautiful, but" might more appropriately be read to persons who vwere entirely opposed 'to any class of religious instruction;. Rev. Dr. Fitchett (Methodist) 'asked if anybody had any practical suggestion to make, and Mr. i3owditch said they might agree to the elimination of tie word "secular" from the Education Act. - An...

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

NOTES FROM T7dE GREENS. '. A. VVillianms hab ngto. 'won tixe IBallarat championship, beatinlg II. L. . objoy iin the final= by 21 to 8. " Wllhnsi has wvon the honora four'. times during, the.last five years,.:and: was riser:". up last s"taPon. "Williams- may journey to Bri=l bane at Easter to play for D*the'-Austral ii ch.ehun; pionship, which was won by Saymts, a B?Ilarat plnyer. .C. 1h. Peacock has-won the MalVe.n club chmixi pionship, :lravin t beaten J. -Jeisup in the final game on Monday. .The final match of the clRlmnplon,,ip of the.. Footscray club was played betw't:oni?lci . Forge 'and J. Griffiths.' The game was 'wll:,- .ontestetl -up to 11--13 in favor-of Forge, :Tuti?: 'which the Iastna:med drew steadily ahead, :an .'ran .,ut a. winner with the score '31--18l -"The annual tdurrianitnt"; for, the binogle-hsaded championship, in onifiedtiun ithli the Nort:h-we. tern District Bo?vlinig Assotiliiorz. wit.; l hehld p Monday. Owing 'to mrnumnrou?,erltri? : the three local green...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNITED IRISH LEAGUE. HOME RULE JUBILATIONS. SIR EDWARD CARSON'S WARNING. CELEBRATION AT MORNINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SHOME RULE" JUBILATIONS. SIR EDWARD CARSON'S WARNING. CELEBRATION AT MORNINGTON. The annual celebration of the United Irish League of Victoria. held at Mornin - ton on Sunday iwas attended by about .200W persons. The steamer Hygeia, which was chartered for the trin, left'Port Melbourne in the morning crowded with passengers. and others travelled by train. The band of the Irish Pipers played on the grSunds, and the proceedings passed off pleasantly. IDuring. ~he afternoon a .public meeting was held, :Dr. N.' M. O'Donnell, president, tak ing. the chair. A letter ivas. read by= the chairmn n from Mi'. William Redmond, .:who is :'ow at Orange, 1..iW., regretting that hle could not be present lit tie celebiationi.. 'Mr. liedmond said he would have i ed.to have conveyed to the lrisa in': Victoria - his warmest tihanls for the' splendi: :tipport they had alwars given toe cause. The victory in the British 'arliament was now, won, and he behleved tne Irisn .l'arliament,: by the wisdom and to...

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

THE r.A A. IFTF I Foundation day was celebrated in Mel-. boturne' n Monday?? as a public. holiday. Al-, though- the morning was gloomy and wet. the slc y was clearing by 'noon; and the afternoon proved most agieeable for par ticipaion ini the A.N.A. fete at the Exhibi tion, at any of the sporting events, or to train and tram trips to the seaside and other favorite holiday resorts. The day was, hardly. one for the picnicker proper. This class of. holiday maker betakes himself reasonably early in the ' morn ing in company with his family, and a hamper on a proper scale, to one or other of his 'favored resorts. The condi tions. of the moining checked all but the more venturesome of the small picnickers. 'The. afternoon did its best, indeed; to make amends, but half the holiday was gone be fore that change occurred. The result was a congestion of traftlic by tram and train to .favorite resorts during the afternoon and:.a corresponding additional discomfort in travelling for the holiday ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FORECASTS. (Isued at Noon Friday 30th January.) [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

FOR1EOASTS. (Isued at Noon Friday. 830th January.) VICTOIt~I.F 'ine; rising. temip?'atures and northerly. winds. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.-Fine cool to. mode rite -teziperaturel and .S.E. to S.W. winds. Hot omm t.he Murchison hnorthwards. e SOUTH. AUS'. RALIA.-Fine, rising • tempera tunrs and northerly winds, followed by cool southerly in' the west. QUELIN.L-AIND.-Pine nd warm to liot,. with variable winds. A thunder shower or two on the :peninsula . .. .. , NEW SOUTH WALES.--Fine, riling te?ipera tures. Variable, -chiely. northerly: winds., 'I• SMfANIA.--Fino and warmer. Variable, chiefly northerly. winds. OCEAN: FORECASTS AND M..-.A-RKS ON STOR.S.-Fresh S.W. winds in the western bight.

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOCTORS AND LODGES. THE NEW AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

DOCTORS AND LODGES. The dispute between the -medical pro feh.ion and the friendly societies was die-. cussed at the • annual: dist .'.t mleetinig of the Aneient Order of h"Astrs iii Vic toria, lwhich was held on Thursday- at the Fiorestersi' Hall, Latrobe:street. -The chair was .taken .by Broi.. W.: G. Buge s (Dis trict Chief ,ianger); and there was'a large attendance of delegates.: . - . . Bi:..:W.. Young. (District. Secretary) read a letter from G)eorge T,. : arke; Grand See retary: of the Independent Order of :Odd fellows, Grand Lodge of New So'uth WVales, and - past president of the Friendly Socie ties'' A'iociation of New South Wales. The letter w"as from-i Sydney, wais dated 22nd January.,, and .ran as' follows: In the "Sydney Moiming" Heiald:'.t in plorning: I noticed a .paragraph to the effect thti metnhlien o:a the British Medical .Association in Victoria ac:e putting up their fees 50 per cent:. and introduc.ng the wage, aimit" clause. Whi?':.e am of opinion. that the incre...

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

THE" WEATHE On Thursday the deonditions gene rally -over Aistralia were fine Over th'e' soluthern districts of Victoria and- thi major. ortion of TaSmainia it wasl mostly overcast, and it was;osomewhat. cloudy on? the south: coist of Western Australia; , ii" .Northern; Terito-: /to' as far :south . as' Powell's: Creeki, -anid :on :the north coast: and Caipe York Peninsula; but over the remainder of:,tih continient- the -sky wis clear.- `Light t'o moderate 'rain" was re cbrded generilly '-in" Gippsland and a few. scattered shlowirs were also registered: in the' north-east. In Tasmania the rain was light and general, except tihe northern dis tricts. :. A: few places on the southern slopes. aiinl' tableland and: south coast of New' South: Wales registered: light falls. ,Light. to" heavy rain fellt itri.the coast dis tricts ,of Queensland north from the tropic" and iextended inland: to Twin: Hills and Clarke River. -The only rain repoi-ted from tlih. Territory .was 133 points at -IKathe...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIAN ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

WF5'F:1 A&US'll'' AL! \ A`Nl": I db l .I4'ILLG '1'TA. At lcer~h. thaiii'i.ei~niy ro~ a l~,iwa held in clker hot w&* tltier, r ":tit In':t.crtla" sca. After t2Atile~itrla' w2 ond S'21ii, talay the ho it were lierda~ppni as follow:--I It lid!! itr. Va nity, luri"e, t.elb min.; nhi, -taiia andl abaol . 4 ninto. Rob2! 1ain, 2, ulii. Vetarnn le'l front! tht it inr. iii . rounii! J~rolpi~n hiav in thie lead, halto was pia iit 1b,' ltuixi ill the run to Ilrick. latililt w,'ith ('ygnus ail Vanity cl! )tip. u IollII h~tiinto 21). a !motor lei'iili early 1!! the race. ato emiI- led " he jib. U i" l ii n h, ount ofatio( n. W a6t ion' iigak'1ilcd! rou'id tits Timer i'.oi~l i.u! witl! Vaniity c l.re tt2t -t (ltii. >tri. aIhity lat. gIo)uTd by *viti ;- " Ili ccpcil by ii niotutor tut. She. however, cliaed tip wicil on Wt- c 2!!- 2i the thiraslh to Craw 1eyv 2221 it g': ii" away, roundiill thle wVl112in~e buoy f/n "'V. ifi ti f C i'c bI'! iii ' icl) Ui.i f'lotwcd 43 v-. bl:iter ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING SINGLE-HANDED CHAMPIONSHIP. THE ANNUAL TOURNEY. WON BY W. W. STEPHENS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BY. S]{IPPER. -SINGLE-HANDED .CHAMPIONSHIP. T TiiE ANNUAL TOURNEY. WON BY W. w'. S'I'EP'IENS. W1hen itec Victorianl hwling Association an ,oulled l.?hat 2S4 rentries hid been received for tlu. annual. blue ribbl-i event for the single. hat:ided Championship, it waits realised that the c:ltry .torn:cd a .record for the event. The rapi;d .stride-s being made in tite p1.stime and the popltU larity of the sp~ot -art~ ' in ?videnctq. on all sides, and the rnev:ord ql?cted .tlid not collc .a a surpr.ae tos' those who :c.ave Jc:,en carcf?lly watch.ng the prpgrc:: ima-.kl, during rccenr ycar:i. Last ea Coln's. entr'y wa outstr. i.p'tl I)y over sixty, and ineh:dcd in the ntmb?ecr were all the best known expotc:its of the pa;t'imc. Nearly all the club Chaminahins competed, while Icthe usual complementi of :layers, who" have no earthly hope of ever being . classed ns lthih-ht; s -:bo\olers, took a. hanl i. i he play. ?l?n'y of thtose who recOitse liberall, handicaps .in their 6,vri( clu-b comp...

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

: GELONC, REGATTA. No. 1 .Yacht Race, Squine Stern, 23 Feet a.u. I;. Broclkman'sa Rover .((eelong), 1; A. Strtunboe hal's Ciree (Geeloi-g), 2; G. Lindsay's Gwen (Geeolong), 3. Seven started. 'o. .'5 Y'icht hace, for 21 Footers.-E. I. Ed wardis's .J.S.. (Port c11lb.), 1; E. It. Knight's M~ystery (Iiobson's Bay), 2; P. I1. todger's Fancy, ". -Seven a tl:'ted. llorusey's Acro capsized soon after the start, but was rescued with all hands. Cr1uises Itace.--Wai. Smith's Salacia ((.Geelong), 1; W. Libby's Eileen ((Geelong), 2; J.1. 1F. ,S. Shannon's Gannet (-eelon1g), 3. Eight started. No. "'aclht ahee.-- C. Burns's Sea Birdl (Gec long), 1; W. A. ftaekinl:ay's Dorothy (Geelong), 2. Native., the only other starter, did not ini;h. No. .4 Yach-t . a:. C-. Marshall's Uira (St. Kih!ai), 1; .1. W. Atki i.on's Siron (St. Kilda),, 2; 1P. Dammati's l'aiin ga (St. Kilda), 3. There wer e*five starters.' A.protest was chtered against Ilit catp'iin ot the Sircin, in t it will be considered at a later d...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRY. PROGRESSIVE DAIRYING IN GIPPSLAND. SUCCESSFUL METHODS OF THORPDALE FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

PROcRESSIVE DlAYING I ti PPSLAND. SUCCESSFUL : METHODS ,OF THORPDAi LEFARMERS. [BY OURP AGRIOULGTUITAL REPORTER.] iMany 6f the farmers in the Thorpdale district depienid' upon the. dairying indus try" as .?theii' -chief; means . of livelihood. The climate. is mild, the. rainfall abun dant, and tfle sbil, 'where it is preperly cleared and ..cultivated, : exceedingly .pro ductive. Under such favoring: coniditions. dairy cows thrime, and prove a consistent source of income in all cases where -they are liberally fed.? :`Dairying wvas, always'"a natural industry for. this portion- of Gipps land, On. the destruction of- the original Iheavy forests by means of ,axe and .fire,,. grass seeds' here sown on the ashes. The resulting hei:bage .called for the iitnrodu& tion" of -dairy stock, and the cleared areas 'have sin6e very largely ' ben" devoted to the nourishment of. dairy. herds. It has bcen found, -iowever, . that the -life of the pasture . .created by cocksfoot, rye grass and c...

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

"STILL GOING. O ,Brigg : What did your wife say about your staying out so late the. other night?. {lrigg6: Don't ask me yet... When she gets through, with the subject I'll condense it for you.

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

CLENELC. DISTRICT. [FROM OUR COR.RESPONIDENT.] Casterton. Strike promoting agitators have been at work here as elsewhere, inciting thrashing machine hands. The demand has been for 1/ per hour, as against 10d. (per hour paid last season; So far demand for the higher rate has been successfully refused. There is a general agreement among neighboring farmers to stand by -each other. Fruit growing, for which this part of the ,West ern" district is specially adalpted, is an irt. dustry, the progress of which is retarderl only to remoteness of the locality fromn markets. ]in~.'te of this drawback, how ever, it is steadily expanding. The potato and green fodder crops are still making good headdway, and given anything like de cent rainfall reasonalbly early in the yea~, the prospect of payable yields is encourak ing. The-folly of breeding mongrel or i ferior types of stock has been brough4 under notice in connection with bulls pro vided by the Glenelg shire council for the service of cows gr...

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

At tte evening service thVe vicar announced that he was .giving up. the living, having accepted a post as . haplain to a prison. Then, in perfeot innoeence, he gave. out the text of hii -sermon: "I. go to prepare a placeTfor you."

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

ONE 01? ThEM. Thc tourist Iad dropped into, a snall restaurant ii at tiy CounltTy toad, acrd commenced to lunch on a meat patty, a Comestible for which the e " tablioiunent. Wavns ntc1;. -Put t± the firm btq . hbe. barlZnziinp ed-tabnt_ t :r`e _ he" -.r*oprixtr, aetoimded at anyone not 1ikin . lis prattixs; said: angri ly: ``Yoitng ,niana I is · making' paitties before ybi were liremi ' Tht _so 7 replied the. tourist. "Then .I sup psee thw as one of liw. first you .cver made."

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

MICE IN. STORED OATS. A correspondent, S. Mongan, of Woomrargama, writes. to say-that he would regard as a great favor any infoima~tion through "TIhe Leader" on the part of anyone wno 'has :hai. practical ex perience of how to destroy mice in a stack of oats, enclosel in an enclosed shed.

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

Xlis, ; <i di lii Cattihy, : the :w ellb-nown :actress,:iwho,?as in 'Australia ;with Wilson: Barrett ,.:ill.benefit to thl extgut of about £-50,000 under the will of her .father, Mr. Jonadab M:'Carthy, F.R.A.S.. of 'Hazimer smith, who died on 13th October last at the age of 73. The total value of the, estate is £114,576 Th10/10 At a mcetiin on behaf of . t U ri Tbends of the Poor' Iis 'Seton-??ir gaive -an:ac count of the worki'of tlt?ofte b},Y':~ id d@iepart ment, and. explained- ast' regarded :tleir emigration wor'k: that tlie3 if sent t Austrahlia nd Canada the boy fýo,-;6'w o there was no opeirung at "honie. :' hey boni: emigrated 'boys. who- had- nof '.leairnt.: -an.y •skilled trade, A train carry?ig war coiresponentieim~ , ai. travelling in the night at: abouit t~enthii miles every tweint)}fo ilo. hours fr oih -Mus tapha Psht-a to .Staa Zag ora, dunrfiig the Balkan war, -whei iit canme to a :-?ad halt; and th?lb correspondents' heard .shouts of' horror from the .tra...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE COUNCILS AND NOXIOUS WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SHIRE :CO .UNCidl _AND NEOXIOUB ,. WEEDS. Sir,-Certain Victorian shired councils are en giteering a movement with The object of having the work o vermin: destruction taken a-ay, from the CGovenic'ent;- and :laced-"i:their .hind' lhis.. is a movement. that the farmers should jump on with both feet. If the shires.had- the administra tiot of this -pet, .it would not be. long. be fore it would be as -big, a joke as "the Noxious CWeeds Act. This latter is left to the municipal councils to carry out, and, whilst an odd coun cil here: and. there makes an. honest attempt 'to suppress thistles and tweeds, the neighboring. councils look quietly--en, and :do nothing. The annual -losses :to farmers and .graziers through the :iffron and star tlnietles 'and Etinkw-?rt in the northern districts, and .the same variety of thistles, gorse (or -furze) .-and biJar, in the southern districts, amount to an appalling' sum. -The same-thing would speedily occur ..with the rabbit pest if the. shire councils ...

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