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BEEF AND BUTTERFAT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

BEEF AND BUTTEBFAT. Probably nothing, says a well-known agricultural writer, would induce tho grasiior of fattening cattle to transfer is attention to dairying, but the pro ductive capaoity of a wcll-soloctod cow is much greater than that of a well bred stoer, and more can bo mado off grass by combining tho two. Tho over ago dairy cow produces about 500 gal lons of milic annually, yielding 12i per ccnt. or 6251b of fat, sugar, oasein, and ash, practically all of which is di gestible. It would be a good steer tliat would incroaso 5001b in live weight in tho cuurso of a grass season, and only about 00 per cent, or 3001b. of that amount would bo beef, the value of whioh as a food has further to bo disoountod by its bone content. The valuo of 500 gallons of milk at 6d per gallon comes to £12/10/, while 5001b.' of live weight in a steer at 80/ would bo £7/10/. It would tako as much grass to produce one result as tho other. But the dairyman is moro concerned with the store value of any yo...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER II. The White Hand. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

CHAPTER II. The White Hand. Gilray stared wonderlngly at the speaker. He could only wait for the other man to speak. It looked that night as if all the world had gone mad, as if law and order, and the saered rights of property were no more. For this man was not shirking or abashed; there was no suggestion of an apology about him. On the contrary, liis manner was cooly con temptuous, ever superior; it was as if a magistrate were addressing a first offender. He was a waster, of course, and a failure-even his cool and easy au dacity could -not conceal that. But he was undoubtedly a strong man, and Gilroy did not fail to recognise the fact. "How did you get here?" he stam mered. "Does it matter?" the other asked. "Let it suffice that I am here. Be fore long you will be glad I came. Permit me to introduce myself. Mr. Horace Vorley, whilom Doctor "Vor ley, very much at your service." "You mean that you are not on, the Medical Register now?" "Precisely. You catch my meaning exactly. The ol...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cluck! Cluck! [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

Cluck! Cluck! Mrs. Hen was in tears; one of her little ones had been sacrificed to make a repast for the visiting clergyman. "Cheer up, madam," said the roos ter comfortingly. "You should rejoice that your son is entering the minis try. He was poorly qualified for a lay member, anyway." Some' people como to grief and some wait for It to overtake them.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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THE BLUSHING BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

THE BLUSHING BRIDE. 'A clergyman, having performed the marriage ceremony for a couple, under took to write out the usual oertifioate, but, being in doubt as to the day of the month,' he asked, "This is tho ninth, is it not?" "?Why, parson," said the blushing bride, "you do all my marrying, ana you ought to remembor that this is only the third,'-' 'A' man's character lies in his hand Shake and the thing ho laughs at. 'Another woman's staro is her orosn PS gloi^u Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For coughs and colds, never fails, 1/6

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER I. A Midnight Messenger. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. By FRED M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Meib. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER I. A Midnight Messenger. wM ?hiray B,trugsIed t0 be free. "n0°t,.a.id this outrage mean? who hart tin ,rageed> seedy follow, who ntt i * ed to Mtack him on liis And ^h?« P 0n the stroke of twelve? East End T n0t"some slum in the , st End-it was the respectable, dull deciorous Harley-street. Gilray had th^n i "h Ta,e lcey in the front floor, Sim t f mahogany portal stood and J ng the luxur>' Hid comfort and elegance of the hall in the dim nomni e,!e?,triC liBht w,len "'is ragged !"°'nf,n,ad emerged from the sha dows and gripped him by the sho.il fpHnw^ff- no doubt> some impudent fellow relying on the lateness of the hour and the stillness of the street to enforce a demand for alms. I left'sW i?63 ,fi®roely upon him, his I unlr L and the ruflian staggered under the force of the blow. The e'd ?w 6 was abs°l"tely desert ed, ther...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GETTING THE RIGHT SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

GETTING TH^ RIGHT SPIRIT. | Never refuse a chance to laugh. If you are in doubt that It will do you much good.lt will very certainly rouBe someone else to unexpected bright ness. When tilings worry you and depress you, leave them for a time, get into the right spirit, and you will do your work much better. If you do not smile or laugh about your -work you aro missing a great deal of cheer that is as necessary in working lioure as at any other time.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

ATI W, J. CHAMPION'S Cast. Clearing Sale. THE RECORD FOR'.LOW PRICES We intend selling everything possible Prior to Stocktaking : . AT ,W. J. CHAMPION'S Commonwealth Jgt|Bank of Bustvalia i V. ' 4 HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ftb EOUJTABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsvillo, and London. ,, 'r' £&ble remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for t collection. Banking and Exchange Hnsiness of every description transacted within the Common* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits Advance* made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 COLI.IN8 STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the abore cities and 2,000 Agoncleu a...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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SMOKE AND ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

SMOKE AND ELECTRICITY. Electricity appeared as a solution for the smoke problem in a recent demon stration. The smoke-abating appliance removed the soot from 900 cubic feet of smoke in a minute at a total cost of about a penny a day for operation. The action of the apparatus consists in pre cipitating the solid particles in the smoke by means of a powerful electric current, and its invention is based on tho fact that one-third to one-half oi tho solid matter in smoke from smelt ing furnaces consists of particlos of iron oxide. Electrical current is applied I. the smoke by means of a wire woven through a number of small pipes placed at the top of the chimney so that tho BOiuke must pass through, gliem. As soon as the electricity is turned on tho small particles iloating in the smoke are changed io largo particles which fall back into a bin by their own weight. Its application is not confined, howover. to smelting furnaces, for it has boen found that tho dovice works as success fully ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Markets. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

Markets. BALLAKAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. Vat cattlo :-15-1- head cauie to hand for to-day's sale, fully one-half being good to priino quality, balance' useful sorts. The attendance of buyers \vu; a full one, and competition generally ' was brisk. Best ptns sold at slightly higher values, whilst other descriptions made quite late rat«s. Quotations - Prime pens bullocks, £15 to £17 ; extra, to £17 17s Gd ; good pens bul locks, £12 10s to £14; medium, £9 to £10 10s ; best cows, to £13 10s. Calves :-34 penned, best forward selling to £5 12s Gd. Sheep :-2811 penned for to-day's sale; only a small supply being prime quality, balance good to medium descriptions. Best quality sold at improved prices, but medium quality was easier. Quota tions :-Prime crossbred wethers, 28s to 31s ; extra quality, 33s to 35s; heiivy weights, to 38s; good cross bred wethers, 2Gs to 28s; extra quality, to 20s 5d; good crossbred ewes, 22s to 24s|; medium do, 17s to It's; good merino wethers, 15s to lGs Gd ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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AEROPLANES V. DIRIGIBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

I AEROPLANES V. DIRIGIBLES. Five hundred rounds of ball cartridges <»Bra successfully lirod from a machino gun mounted on tho uppor dock of tho marine Zeppelin XI., at Friodrichsafon, The airship was travelling at tho rato of forty-livo miles an hour in a strong wind. The gun was handlod with ease and precision. Bocontly tho mariiso Zeppelin I. roniainod in constant wire less communication with hor homo sta tion while tho airship was making a twelve-hour fight during which timo flho :ould bavo como to England and return ed. Tho born onemy of tho dirigiblo is, of courso, tho aeroplano, in which Eng land is specialising. Tho aoroplano, for instance, has much greater olovation powers than tho dirigiblo. It can climb to 18,000 feet, and then its endurance is about exhausted. Tho Zoppolin can riso to 10,000 foot and thon travel for twenty hours at that olovation. Tho dirigiblo has an avorago spoed of forty milos an hour, against tho sevonty-fivo miles an hour of tho aeroplane....

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

' MELBOURNE SHEEP MAR KET. I Tuesday. I Fat sheep:-19,500 yarded. Quo tation's :-Prime crossbred wethers," 24s to 28s 6d ; extra, 30s ; a few to 35s Gd; good, 21s to 23s ; second sorts, 18s to 20s; inferior, to lGs. Prime., crossbred ewes, 23s to 25s; extra, 2Gs Gd to 28s 3d ; odd beasts, to 31s; good, 19s 3d to 2 Is ; seconds, IGs to 18s ;Inferior, from lis. Prinje merino wethers, 21s 9d to 25s; extra, 26s ; a few to 29s. 2d ; good, 18s Gd to 21s. Merino ewes, 12s to 19s Gd ; extra, to 20s Gd; low-conditioned, from 7s Gd. Fat lambs:-12,400 penned. Old, prime, IGs to 19s Gd ; extra, 21s to 25s; good, 12s to J 4s ; seconds, 10s to lis Gd ; inferior, if ron); 7s Gd ; prime young lambs, 13s 6d to 15s; extra, to 17s lid; a few to 19s 2d ; good, lis to 12s Gd ; seconds, froui 7s 9d.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

Cockled Antihilioias Pills will relieve you from the necessity of dieting, and cure any ill-effects that may arise from excess. For the former purpose, take one or two pills about twice a week. For the latter purpose, take one or two before going to bed. Of all Chemists. Prices in England, l/lft and a/0. "Coaguline," "Klinx," "Tenasitine.1 Cements for breakages, manufacturing purposes, &c. Whyte's Corner Boot Mart. SPECIAL SHOW Of the Latest Styles in SMART BOOTS and SHOES At Prices UNHEARD OF in the history of the trade. Every Fair Guaranteed to be made of Leather, mot cardboard. The New Season's Goods in Black. Tan and White, are now on display. Choicest Australian, British, and Ameri can Products.i Let as invite you to Gome and See our Lovely Display BRING YOUR REPAIRS, and' you will be more than satisfied with the result of our work EBERHAKD & CO., LEMONADE, SODA WATER, GIUUER ALE AND CORDIAL MANUFAOTUBEBB 01 the Best Quality *nd Lowest Price* Tpper Fiaior itreet...

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UTILITY IN THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

UTILITY IN THE HOME. According to those people wflo writtf books on furniture and decoration, we aro full of artistic vice; but at least it seems that every day we learn to possess more of the opurage of our con victions, of our incomes, and our par ticular methods of gaining a living. If a cottago is our domicile we buy cottage furniture, and endeavour to proserve the simplo atmosphere of this most modest of dwelling-places. The flat has a treatment of its own. Skill and ingenuity are taxed to their utmost in the utilisation of apace. Even villadom, the most obdurately ortho dox, is clearing its ro9m, dismantling its windows, and learning to put utility before parade. Some women have actually dared to do away with draw ing rooms, and have substituted music rooms, studios, and common rooms in stead, Already there is no longer one typo of arrangement for eierj; kind of borne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

I All Over Face, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Not Suffered with It Since. Also Cured Husband and Daughter of Sores. 35 Susan St., Annandalo, NJ S. W.-MI used to suffer tcrrlblo agony with a Bcurfy Itching all ovor my faco, especially in sum mer. I "was told by a friend to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment, which I did, when I found my faco getting better after using ono cako of Cuticura Soap and a littlo Cuticura Ointment. I havo not suffered with It slnco. I always used tho Cuticura Soap, for tho baby and bo has a lovely Blcin, also to Iicop xny own skin nico and clear, and always rccommond it to my friends. :'*My husband had about els or soyon largo, soroa for. which, ho tried ointments from tbo chemist,"but thoy would hot heal. 1 told Woi to put Bomo Cuticura Ointment oft them. Ho/.cU.'i second thoy woro hotter in about a week, so wo always use it now. My littlo girl ecaldod her flngor and thero was a largo soro, nearly tho slzo of a shilling; 'coming and spreading. I was afraid...

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QUARRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

flUARRELS. ' T: We can forgivo a man wild hatea a quarrel if ho quarrels hardly or even unfairly; ho is so unused to the gamo that lie oannot be expected to play it kindly when it is forced upon him j lie is embittered by bis natural anger that ho should be forced to quarrel ait all. But the quarrelsome man who quarrels with a purpose is as base as tne oardsharper. He profits by the ff?aknes8C3 of others on a pretence or lharing them. In fact, he is a man that even the most quarrelsome would never quarrel with twice, any more than a gambler will knowingly pl$7 twice with a cardaharper; for in quarrelling, as in gambling, 1}hero is Dne law that should never bo broken just because both are rather lawless pursuits, and that is the law of fair play... -."The Times.." THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOABSENESS -All Buffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almoBt immediate relief afforded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troohes." 'l'hkao famous loze...

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BROKEN COLLAR-BONE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

BROKEN COLLAR-BONE. A very common accident, particularly »mong persons who go in largely i.ir athletcia is a broken oollar-bonp; the injury being easily caused by a fall or sudden jerk, (such as occur frequently when cycling, running, or tennis-ploy ing. The collar-bone6 are tlio two bones whioh go from the breastbone or sternum to the ahoulders, and are very liable to injury, a fall" on the elbow or shoulder being enough to fracture them. Fortunately, the bonca rejoin with equal ease, and a fracture of them rarely causes any permanent inoonveni onoa. The injury is first discovered after a fall by a swelling above the Bono which is broken, and if the swel ling is pressed pain is felt, and' a light grating noise may be heard, caused by the rubbing together of the ends of tho broken bona. The injury should, il possible, be at once attended to by a doctor, the arm having been placed in «. sling until his arrival', but if a doc tor is not available at once the frac ture may be treated b...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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THE QUIET WEDDING. Gretna Green and Fleet Prison. Origin of Honeymoons. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

THE QUIET WEDDING. Gretna Green and Fleet Prison. Origin of Honeymoons. At present "quiet weddings" are the latest thing and bride and bridegroom (ilike seem anxious to be married as quietly as possible. One reason ' why fussy weddings were popular in England for so many years is that in the good old days there were so many irregular marria ges. Consequently bridal couples married regularly in a church lilted to make the fact known, and so made the ceremony as public as possible. It was not only at Gretna Green that such Irregular marriages took place. Hundreds, if not thousands, were cele brated in the Chapel of the Fleet prison, and many in the taverns in the neighborhood. The clergy were generally men of bad character, who had been sent to prison, and were ready to marry any two people at a moment's notice. Many grave abuses Arose from this irregular method of performing the marriage i ceremony, and men in high positions gave false names and were "matHed" many times over. And oft...

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Season in Riverina. A SERIOUS OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

Season in Riverina. A SERIOUS OUTLOOK. Ono o£ the striking features of the presont season in Kiverina is the sorious drought which is prevailing in the western portion of the particular area, llecontly a representative of "The Lender" journeyed to Deniliquin, and he reports that the whole area extending along the railway lino from Eehuca through Moama, Moira, Miithoura and on to Deniliquin is in a perilous condition. At this period of the year in ordinary seasons it is usual to find this portion of Kiverina abounding with rich natural grasses, but now the scene is ono of desolation Not a blade of green grass is to bo found, and the rich brown and red soil is bare and barren of any vegeta tion. In the settled areas which are being devoted to cereal growing, wheat has not yet como through the soil. Along the roads clouds of dust follow ill the wake of motors and buggies. During the daytime the weather con ciiinns are warm and springlike, while ..a light heavy frosts are being ex perie...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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One All. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

One All. "Your head," remarked the garru-' lous barber to the Irishman In his chair, "is twice as large as mine." ; "But I suppose your head is big I enough for you?" said the son of! Erin. I "Why, of course it is;" answered the tonsorial artist. "Yes," continued the Irishman, "what's the use of a man having a ibig trunk when he has no clothes to ; put in it?"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 24 July 1914

lMPDBITIEB IN THF BLOOD,-"We have soon hosts of letters from people who have received great benefit from the use of Clarke's Blood Mixture, It cannot be too highly estimatod, for it , oleanseB and oloars the blood from all1 imparities." This is a good testimony i from the "Family Doctor," which gooB on I further to sayIt is the best blood purifier that soienoe and medical skill have brought to light, and we aan with the utmost confidence recommend it to our subscribers and the publio generally for Borofnla,Bourvy, eczema, bad logs, skin and blood diseases, pimples, and sores of all kinds, ita eifeotB are marvellous. Thousands of wonderful cures have been eroded by it, Clarice's Blood Mixture ia sold everywhere at 2s 9d por bottlo, beware of worthies, imitation* and BfltJSWwtq BURDENS ABE MANY. Some people have more than their share. Burdens of life are many. Some people have more than their share. Pretty hard to bear the burden of a bad back. Its aches and pains make you miser, able...

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