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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

-Moulded on our Machines. We have Seyerat Machines., used for demonstrating, to offer at a low figure:— 12 x 6 x 6% .. £6/10/ .. .usual £9AO/. -14 X 6% x 6% ;. £7/10/ .i. usual £12/10/. Apply Early. - .MIDGET GIANT CEMENT BRICK MACHINE CO., 430 Little Collins st.. Melbourne.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WINTER DAIRY SHOW DISPLAY IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

WINTER DAIRY SHOW DISPLAY IN SYDNEY j Recently a conference was neia m Sydney between the Dairy Produce Section Committee of the Royal Agri^ cultural Society and the president (Mr J. Searl) and some members of the Co operative Dairy Factory Managers' and Secretaries' Associations. The con ference discussed the arrangements for the Winter Dairy Show, which has been established by the Managers' Association. It was decided that the show should be held at the show ground about the third week in July next, also that it should be on a larger scale than that of 1913. Mr H. W. Potts, who presided, stated, on behalf of the council of the society, that the Royal Agricultural Hall at the show ground would be placed at the ser vice of the association for the con ference and show.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUTTER SUPPLIES REDUCED CREAM YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

t)*"'4** BUTTER SUPPLIES reduced cream yields. A further decrease of 2498 cases is shown by the official return of butter arrivals at Melbourne this week, such a decrease being normal for this time of the year. Appended is a statement of arrivals of butter and cream from the country by rail for the last six weeks, in comparison with the corresponding weeks of last season, the approximate weight of the boxes being deducted from the gross weight:— Butter- Cream. Cases. Cases. Tons. Tons. 1912. 1913. 1912. 1913. December 19 .. .. 33,433 37,078 168 165 December 26 .. .. 28,602 28,853 140 127 1913. 1914. 1913. 1914. January 2 .. 33,718 31,360 164 152% January 9 .. .. 33,784 31,143 146% 135% January 16 .. .. 28,937 26,045 134% 114% January 23 .. .. 26,680 23,537 138 106% Total arrivals of butter since July 1 amount to 729,569 cases, against 623,663 cases for the corresponding period last year; and cream 35931/£ tons, against aaaRiA tons.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAMPION JERSEY COW [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

CHAMPION ' JERSEY COW ' The Jersey cow Irish Lass is the property of Mr Joseph Burtton, Eng land. She is winner of the following"—Two gold medals, two silver medals, one bronze medal, second butter test, open to any breed (heavy weight), Royal, 1911, and eight certificates of merit, six milking-trial prizes, 13 inspection prizes, four Blythwood bowls, reserve for Spencer's; gold chal lenge cup (oipen to any breed), London Dairy Show, 191L Her milk record for live years averages over 1000 gallons. Irish Lass has been exhibited at four consecutive Royal and London Dairy Shows.

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

THE MODEL 12 "STAR" (All-Steel Galvanised) WINDMILL IS THE WORLD'S WINDMIILiL ' MASTERPIECE. MASSIVE—POWERFUL— EASY RUNNING It has 2 Pitmans, 2 Gears, 2 Pinions, and 2 "Wrist Pins. It is almost 2 mills in on». ..ai.alji Full particulars Free—Write. I. BARTRAM & SON Pty Ltd 586 BOTJRKE STREET, MELBOURNE, Millar-Wade Automatic Milker PRICE £5/5/ Sole Agent for Victoria : 0. H. WILSON a CROWE, WILSON & CO., Farm Salesmen 213 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE (Opposite Cole's Book Arcade),

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

TASMANIA A man named Stoc-kdale, 53,was burnt to death in his hut at Ellendale. The remains were under a blanket, but the cause of the fatality is unknown. Palo "Vella, a Maltese workman, fell down a stope, a distance of 35 feet at the Mount Lyell mine, and was killed. Vella leaves a wife and three children in Malta. Bush fires in Tasmania have done much damage. The Methodist Church at Fentonbury was destroyed, timber at Hastings valued at between £5000 and £6000 was "burnt, and the house, furniture and motor-£?ar of John Rod man at Glen Huon were also destroyed. Accidents have lately occurred on the Hobart Tramway system through elec tric wires breaking. It has, therefore, been decided to install a new overhead system. On one occasion a live wire almost brushed a motor iman's hands as he stood in the car. He Jumped away, but had it touched him he $foul& have been killed. ^

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

3£3S35SS@m8S J,' i 1 i. HEARNE'S Bronchitis Cure Is the Finest Remedy m tlie World For COUGHS and COLDS. "Seven years ago I had ASTHMA so badly I could not speak for a week. A friend advised me to take HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE which soon CURED me. Since then, I take it whenever I get a Cold, and it keeps the Asthma off." GOOLWA, S.A. "I am a Nurse and have recommended HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE to many sufferers. I have known it to be successful when all other Medicine failed. For Bronchitis it is simply WONDERFUL. It saved my Sons life." Shames, addresses and full particulars furnished on application. i L ; r."J v i !L J1! 5",l f--'\ ■'] 2 ri'-» Jl ■?'. liS SI •|} i?'v ai IP m

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Other States NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

' Other States NEW SOUTH WALES While the Wagga battery of the field artillery were manoeuvring: at Wagga, j;Gunner Birrell was pinned underneath a gun. At the District Hospital his shat tered arm was amputated at the shoul der joint. His condition is critical. Mr John Thompson, contractor, had his stomach torn by a bullock at Went worth., The animal was frightened by a dog- and charged Mr Thompson, inflicting the wound. Ten stitches were inserted. William Grubb and Alexander Souter were drowned "while attempting to cross i Botany Bay in a small fishing boat, which was upset by a squall. A number of people witnessed the accident, but owing to the heavy sea were powerless. The dead body of Adolph Ullman, 27, was found nud§, hanging from a beam in a house at Mosman. Ullman had been employed as a lace salesman,, He arrived from Switzerland last Febru ary, James Dennis Clickett, 33, fell down the shaft at the South Broken Hill mine and was killed. Clickett was iworking at No. 1 shaft, 11...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEENS[?]AND [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

QUEEN SB AND Arthur Miller -was fined £20, in de fault six months' imprisonment, at Brisbane police court, on a charge of pilfering cargo from the steamer Car pentaria, The premises of A. Jordan, gem merchant, Albert street, Brisbane, were entered by thieves and opals valued at £150, were stolen. Portion of the stolen goods was afterwards recovered. Cohara, a Japanese, shot his wife at Ingham, and set fire to the house, He then committed suicide. Both bodies were burnt beyond recognition. A revolver and a slieath knife were found near. Mr A. B. Heath, principal chemist at the Bingera Sugar Mill, was struck "by a shredder belt, and died two days later without having regained conscious ness. He leaves a young widow and in fant daughter. W. Honey, a cabman, was drowned at Freshwater, near Cairns, w'hile mus tering- horses. The animals rushed across a lag-oon, and Honey went on horseback after them, but fell off his horse into the water. His body was recovered the following' day. When a...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Victoria NEWS IN BRIEF METROPOLITAN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Victoria METROPOLITAN iAlfred Brasseur, 36, was knocked down by a hansom cab in Flinders street, and sustained concussion of the brain. 1-Ie was taken to Melbourne Hos pital in the cab which knocked him down. While Eric Brasha, 19, of Armadale, was swimming in Hegarty's Baths, at •St. Kilda, another bather fell on him from the chute. Brasha was injured in ternally, and was admitted to the Al fred Hospital in an unconscious state. James O'Connell, 34, who lived in OLfonsdale street, drank half the con tents of a bottle of irritant poison in mistake for brandy. He was taken to Melbourne Hospital, where he died an hour after admission. Reginald McLeod, IS, of East Mel bourne, was riding a bicycle on the Exhibition track when he fell. He sus tained a fractured arm, internal in juries and severe shock. He was ad mitted in a serious condition to Mel bourne Hospital. William Frank O'Neill, 42, a jockey, of Cardigan street, Carlton, was ad mitted to the Melbourne Hospital suf fering from po...

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

COUNTRY The dead body of Samuel Carter, 50, a resident of Marong was found in the bush near Eaglehawk. He had appar ently been dead some time. There was no evidence of foul play. The dead body of Oliarles Stewart, laborer, 54, was found floating- face downwards in the Loddon river at Ke rang. At the subsequent inquiry a ver dict of found drowned was returned. Thomas Parkes Grenfell, 18, fell dead at Tourello after riding in a hot sun for two miles on a bicycle. He had recently been under medical treatment. At the subsequent inquiry it was found that death was due to heart failure. ilenry Glover had his wrist broken and his ribs fractured while carting wheat at Sale. He was sitting on some bags of wheat when he slipped and fell to the road. One waggon wheel passed over him. The three-year-old son of Mr and Mrs T. F. Fogarty, of Wangaratta, killed himself by drinking whisky. The child was given a small quantity of the liquor as medicine, and the following day obtained a bottle from wh...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Crossed the Bar [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

Mr Samuel Walker, for nearly 50 years registrar of births and deaths at Ballarat City, died at his residence, aged 86. Mr Walker was a native of Cheshire, England, and arrived in Bal larat in 1852. For some years he was engaged in gold digging, and subse quently in mercantile pursuits. Mr Walker was the founder of the first cor dial manufacturing company in Bal larat, Mr James Bambrick died at his re sidence, Bridge street, Ballarat East, aged 65 years. He was born in Dub lin, and arrived in Victoria in the early 'sixties. For some time, as a boy, he rode with the mails from Port Fairy to Hamilton, but later accepted a position in the Permanent Artillery, and was one of the men sent in pursuit of the Kelly gang. Mr Ha^ry Bambrick, th© retired hand ball champion, is a son of the late Mr J. Bambrick. Mr Daniel O'Connor, formerly Post master-General of New South Wales, died at Liverpool (N.-S.W.), aged 70 years. Mr O'Connor was born at Tip nerary, Ireland, in 1844, and arrived ft Austr...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

NEW ZEALAND Harry Plimmer was riding In.a motor race at Palmerston, when his machine skidded. He ran into a fence and was killed. During- the passage of the s.s. Horn felt from Delagoa Bay to Auckland, very heavy gales were encountered. The steering1 gear was broken, and the deck fittings were twisted and carried away. A fireman also disappeared, and is believed to have been washed overboard The steamer Detmold, on arrival at Auckland, reported that a cyclone oc curred on Malaleu Island, 125 miles from Tahiti, on January 4, and de stroyed the pier and a number of boats loaded with phosphates. About one hundred native houses were wrecked, but no lives were lost. It was resolved by the Wellington University Senate to abolish the cap ping ceremony in future, in consequence of the disorderly conduct of students at recent commencements. The Chancellor, Sir Robert Stout, said that unless they could show that university education tended to courtesy in life, and to order and discipline, the...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

SOUTH AUSTRALIA George Dawson, a lumper, was ac cidentally killed on the steamei* In darra, at Port Adelaide. He was climb ing put of No. 2 hold when he missed his footing just as he reached the top, and fell a distance of 40 feet. John White, while fishing' at .Kan garoo Island, dislodged a rock, which rolled on him and broke his left leg. He crawled a mile to a place where men were accustomed to fish, and was found there, having suffered excruciat ing agony for two days. In order to encourage industry, the Government is offering a bonus of £5000 to the person or body corporate that first obtains from a bore or well situated in the State 100,000 gallons of crude petroleum, containing not less than 90 per cent, of products obtain able by distillation. During a yacht race at Adelaide ex ceedingly squally conditions were ex perienced. Twenty-two boats started and nine of them capsized within a fejv minutes of each other on the homeward Journey. At Glenelg about the same time, during a...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEST AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

WEST AUSTRALIA Alfred Doyle, an electric fitter, was working at the top of an electric wire pole in Perth, when it snapped at the bottom and he was hurled to the road way. His jaw and thigh bones were fractured. A fire at Collie destroyed eleven shops, chiefly old wooden buildings. All were insured to some extent. The Commercial Bank and Federal Hotel, brick buildings, were seriously threat ened, but were saved. Minnie Thomas, a married woman, was assaulted in a train going from Fremantle to Perth, with the result that 40 stitches had to be put in her wounds. She said a man got in the carriage and battered her with a blunt weapon. Her assailant slipped away when the train stopped. A Million Club has been started in Perth with the object of raising the population of the State to 1,000,000. Members lunch together once a week at the City Cafe to discuss immigra tion and population, entertain visitors and advertise the State generally. Mr A. H. Ford is the organiser, and the Premier, Mr...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HERD TESTING RESULTS IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

HERB TESTING f RESULTS IN QUEENSLAND. Instructive figures given in the annual report of the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Stock, demonstrate the value of herd testing of dairy cattle. Dairying has become one of the most important industries in the north-east ern State. The returns for 1912 show that more than 30,000,0001b. of butter, nearly 4,000,0001b. of cheese, and about 8,000,0001b. of condensed milk were pro duced, and butter was exported to the value of £643,028. The dairy expert (Mr E. Graham), in his section of the report, states:—"Drawing a comparison be tween the best and worst dairy herds, as shown by the work of the Govern ment herdtesters, based upon the as sumption that each herd contained SO dairy cows, and that the period of lacta tion was 300 days in each case, with the value of commercial butter at lOd per lb., it was found that the ^earning ca pacity of the best herds worked out at £737/10/, while the worst was only £193 15/—difference of £543/15/ in fa...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABDUCTION CHARGED MARRIAGE SUGGESTED PARENTS TO BE ASKED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

ABDUCTION CHARGED MARRIAGE SUGGESTED PARENTS TO BE ASKED In the Adelaide police court on Janu ary 30, the hearing- was continued of the charge of abduction against Reuben Walters, formerly master butcher, of Camberwell, who, as reported on page IB, was accused of having taken Fran cis Rogers, under ±6, out of her parents' control oh December 4. Detective Kiely, of Melbourne, pro duced a provisional warrant for the arrest. Mr Muirhead (for defence): Are her parents respectable? Detective Kiely: "Very respectable. I understand that the girl was al lowed by her mother to assist defendant in the shop?—Yes. Do you know if the boy and girl had a habit of kissing and spooning in the mother's presence without protest?— No. Where did the girl work—in a sweet factory ? Mr Muirhead: Yes; sweet at work, sweet at home. Do you know that when the girl got home she was compelled to do house hold dutfts, and that she left volun tarily wit\ the accused?—No. Inspector BurcheH, for the police, asked fo...

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

HipS To obtain the best results from your Dairy «prd vou must bave the best Machines, "BAl/riC" SEPARATORS '4 SIMPLE^" MIXjILINQ MACHINES "BALTIC" OIL ENGINES nur Latest Improvement Supeisedes All Other Inventions. fhir illustrated Catalog supplied free <witS all latest information. Write for it now. BAI/HC PAASCH COMPANY, 491-3 Flinders liane, Melbourne, AUSTRAL MILKING MACHINE After four seasons of unexampled and tm broken success, it stands alone for Simplicity, for Reliability, for Cleanliness, for Economy, and for Efficiency. . , GLOBE CREAM SEPARATORS The last word in Separator construction. The most reliable, the most durable; th« cleanest skimmer. All sizes, from 14 gale.. £6/10/ upwards. W. H. BLACKHAM 69-61 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. jjnlrWfrilnum.ni mii mm DIABOLO CREAM SEPARATORS, Highest Grade, Lowest Price. MITCHELL and CO. PTY. LTD., Office and Factory. WEST FOOTS CRAY; x ShowroQm—■ 596 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
New Sashes [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

New Saslies The sash is as eccentric as an aero plane caught in a high wind. It has been adjusted to the front, the side, about the hips, around the knees, and occa sionally in its normal state has even encircled the waist line. Now it has found a new position. The change is most important, for the arrangement is reminiscent of the bustle. The resemblance is only slight, but it is these straws which show the .way the wind blows. These new sashes are made in velvet or silk. They encircle the waist and are tied behind in very large bows and ends, sticking outwards. With the ten dency fo carry draperies backwards, it looks as if the fashion might be ac centuated as the season advances,

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROAD AND BRIDGE SHIRES SEEK GRANT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 31 January 1914

ROAD AND BRIDGE SHIRES SEEK GRANT [ .Deputations from Warragul and Bum j Buln shires waited on Mr P. W. Hagel thorn, Minister for Works, on January 28. "Warragul shire asked for a grant toward repairing the main Sale road, leading' to Lillico station, and Buln Buln shire sought a grant of £200 to erect a bridge over the Lang Lang River, near Drouin. The Minister promised to give con sideration to both requests, and to see what assistance could be given from the Roads and Bridges .vote.

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