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RATES OF POSTAGE FOR THE LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

RATES OF OSTACE FOS iTHE iLEADER. U. d. Withip the Commonwealth and N.Z... ...0 1 The United Klfigdoin and Foreign Countries 0 8 Great :BIritain (per' All' Sea Route), under.. .. 1 oZ . .. .. 0..... . 1

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

MELBOURNE, SATURDfAY: JAN. 31. LABOR IN -OFFiCE. LIabor membeirs in N ew, S'outh' Wales are quarrelling over the spioils : f office. The party has retiurhed from' the coun try flushed witl victory, aiid eage to naike all the profit; personal and ' olitical, that may be gaiipcd in a position where the :dominant. party. holds the. purse, and. has the. - dispensation . of so. much patronage and -perquisite,, the controli, of 'which' is the Labor member's ambition. Georgc: ll..; when he ivas using Crown funds to bribe members of the HIouse of Conirmous, oniec remarked to . ari man he esteemed:--"'Thi3 politics eis'a dirty business. Honest men like .yo and ime should have nothing to. do. witl :.it." .In .more moderi days we have--Mr. Watt, l the Premier :of' Victoria, .with shocking cynicislsm, declaring before a public m'eeting that "pblitics is a game," thus' impilying 'thht tlhe public wvel fare, atinaional character and .. all tih high. ideals by .which statesmen, and politicians ' a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

OAL-NDAR FOR THE WEEK. kJAN.-i'EIJ. ': - PiAFAel O},"- H;E. MOOF:'. . ir? t Quarter, 3rd,..at .8.32 pn.m, 8 . F ulL Moon,.llth, . i. t .33: a.m. . aist Quizater; 17thi, at 7:28 p:m. - New .loofi , 25th, at 10. a.m.. Serigee 1 th at 11.30 p.m. | .| ~A~pogee. ]at,:~-?,~ 5.a0 a.m. ]t _ ____,Apogee, 8th, at .12 plim HMIP' ', 3i S.S. Clan Ronakl Twr? ed-1?',0001 3 1. . i1 4t.h Sunday -at.er Epilphany: I . 14. 2 Sir Eluwiard Briiddoi .dkdid 10?0'o? 1.4 i.. 3 Rail. .1clb. .to Sy:dnTey fin. 18b1.5 1i3, , ? Nci~on, 15t Vic war a.tmr.; ar. '?8~ ,.5 IL?t A.h-' \hednesdiy . :3 o.3'1I ]l's 6I Black "Tl'iuauiy .....__ 1651Jr ..5 Departure f . Eigish ails.--Mailsls : le'i, e for E ]ngiand:--P?;?lt.Omrah, Tith· February,; per fa'lojz,. 11th CFebrum ye -:'Special: Advertisements. • TATIONAl':~ US T E E. . l'EiECU'OtARI aniI AGiNCYCOMPALNY . 0: Ot': AUST?,LASIA AD.-". Capital. Subscnrbed, . I50l,0{d; .P~iild Up, £30,000, of .which £10$;0o, ie In lfithhhnds of Gdovernmeint LB niorurantee Fiund]. ".; l...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE: : Artificial Teeth; -Dental~ - A perfect set of teeth thould' not -injure' the vofte.. .*Government Contract's-RiOl BaIimawni.-You might finhd what you Want: in the "Government Gazette: Insurance,--Cur~ .It is. not unusual to "in sure churchlies,: St; Patfl's Cathedlal,. London, is inaured for- "300,000. Tran ter of Land.,Bona Fide.-Please state your case' more clearly. Wlhere the transfer is from execiutor- both 'should sign. ..: ihsolving r Skins.- Diomani.-Liquid animmonia will soften sheep skin to a gelatine; but twe are afraid it would damage the wool. 'Mounted? Police.-L.S., Tara.-Apply to the Ch.ef '.Cmmissioner of Police; Melbourne,, ori Syd Rney, and"you will be supplied with applical un. orm . aidcopy of regulations. Water" Wheel.-,Sheap. Breeder.-You wouMd h ve to pay;: for thhe w it eel.ci The Water: Supply deparamnenc e-xplains that you. were not called fpon to pay. before ebL?atse it missed you. Falstfti'f . Armny.-Sandalwood.-rNo; "'men in buckrani" di...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CULT OF THE TANGO. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THE CULT OF THE TANCG. "Those who ,have seen a real -cakealk danced by real negroes in its real home have found -themselves obliged to present the cake "and hurry aw~.iy before.the dance was half over. Of those (and they are not many) who have seen a real tango. danced by real Argentines, the majority will tell you that the dancers were not thighs in .the, social scale, nor, perhaps; in the scale of virtue. Every tango now be ing danced on the London stage is, as each separate advertisement •is 'very careful to assure us, the "real" tango; yet behind them all there appears to be a yet more real tango-shall we say the ideal- .tango. of which 'we cave dwellers" see but the shadow? - And :the ideal 'tanigo' eems to bte no more a d.raw?ngroom dance than are those savage dances 6o which sudents' like Mr. Havelock Ellis have .collected, details -dances' of which even the "real" cake-. walk is but a shadow. After watching the tango as danced on ,the stage or in the ballroom, public or priv...

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

TO N F _ .A EDI JON- .: " LEADER: ABOR IN OFF ICE .... .. . 3 FARM1, DAIRY ANDI STATION .. ' .. .. 510 PO III'RY .. . - .. . - . " ..1314 KENNEL .. .. .... .... ......... . ... 14 SPORTIN .. . .. .. .. .. . . ..16-24 V1E" WEATHER .. .." .." 6 * * .. , »8 TIERAnA :.' .'....: .A... ... :26 LITERATUREI . .... . .. to *27-2 LI STR-ATIONS .. ........ .. ..27 TILE ?? . ..V 1... .. ... : .3?.86 E ? D'I-: . . . . .. .. .. ' .. 8. LORD DENMAI'S R ESIGNATION . 7 GENRXAL NEW\ .. .. .. -. * '. .7.38 LAIBOR TROUL(LES .. . ... .*. *l.-El FEDER E A8I~F S .. S.. ... . .. . . ....39 .'TATE AFFAIRS.. ? , ... e.. .. '... 40 -1LN, NG<w:i .. .. .... .. .... .. ..41 31 - ARKETS... . ? .. .: .4. 2 . :. ...4243 STALES .AND SKETORIES- . .. . :. ..44 47 - oIT AND . MOR . . ?.... .. .. .48 S.SOCIAL OCIRCLE AND ILADIES' PAGE .. ..49-53 CHILPLRE.N'S PAGE .. :.7.. . .. ." 57 SiHESS, DRAUGIT?? D: RIDDL .. .". 28

Publication Title: Leader
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M. FRANCE ON JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

1. Distinguished Guests. 2. The Fete Committee. FOUNDATION DAY.-THE A.N.A. FETE. :, i':", ??,. ,; M. FRANGE ON JOURNALISM. M. Anatole France was entertained at hnndheon by the Foreign Press Associa tion in London at the Cafe Royal, Regent ýtreet. M. Coudurier de Chassaignc, presi slent of the association, presided over a large company. M. Anatole France, in reply- to the toast of his health, said:-"I have been a journalist, and am one still; I owe to jour talism some of the qualities that you have exaggera'ted Journalism taught me a great rart of the art of writing. The two things most useful in writing are ease and sim plicity. Journalism teaches those things wo well that the style even of great writers like Chateaubriand gained from journalis tic experience." .Mostijournalists had wit, because they had been contradicted so often. (Laughter.) Everyone knew that the foreign c6rrespondents in England prac tised moderation without losing the great quality of partiality, for an imparti...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. NEWMARKET, TUESDAY, 27th JANUARY. FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

MELBOURINE LIVE STOCK MARKET. EW31AM1KET, TUESDAY, 27th JANUARY. FAT SHEEP. 35,000 yarded, comprising 317 trucks and 3200 by read. The supply was a moderato one with re gard to quality, including a largely increased pro-' portion of .middling and inferior etes. The pro portion of good and prime qualities, however, proved fully ample for requirements. The deniand was dull- and ijnsteady, and in most instances prices ruled Ud. per head under late rates. Quo tations:-Primo crossbred wethers,- from 18/ to 19/6; extra do. do., from '20/ to 22/; with few selected pens up to 25/; good do. do., from 16/ to 17/6; second do, do., from 15/; prime crossbred ewes, from 15/ to .10/G; extra, 17/ to 18/6; few to 20/; good do. do.,- from 13/ to 1"4/; second da. do., from 10/6 to 12/; old and inferior low con ditioned ' sorts, from 7/ to 10/; prime merino vethers, from 10/ to 17/6; extra do. do., from 18/ to 20/; good do. do.. from 11/ to 15/; second do. 4do.. from 12/ to 13/6; inferior- and small, f...

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

MODERN. PHILOSOPHY. The truth is as clear as a 'bell, but it jin't always tolled. - Literature would pay :,better if there htere not so many dead: men in the biisi l an ass. Mlan as husband is of two . `classes-he 1. E. Slatter (t!unner-up), '.r. S. Natihan (President), and WV. W. Stephens (Winner). :. WV. W. Stephens. 3. E. Slatter. T'i1'E ? SINGLE-l1iAND1? ED OWLING CHAMPIONSN 1IP. 'whose meals disagree with him, alid he who disagrees with his meals. '" SFame is a bubble, but mighty few of us get ;hold of the right kind of soap.. Elocution 'does not go far enough; it' Smerely teaches us how to speak, not when. Many' a fellow. has been cornered .who isi?'t square. I distrust frankness,' it's generally, so very insincere. Miian' without a dream is a poor:' .thing, ( and no better than a monkey. .

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NEWMARKET, WEDNESDAY, 28th JANUARY. FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

7 EWMARK1ET, WEDNESDAY, .28th JANUARY. FAT CATTLE. There were 35735 udeld. corrprisingr . C0 from New South Wales. 1350 from North-Eastern district. (600 from Western district, 500 from Gippsland, 400 from South Giposland and 130 from Northern district. Btolloeks: 2255. In this division prime quality was moderately represented, although a full proportion was well suited to trade requirements. Cows: 1320, the bult of hicih consisted of second and useful grades, with occasional pens of. prime. Although the competition of exporters was in evidence throunh out, yet the demand was, not evenly sustained. Best-d, descriptions, however; in some instances ruled a shade firmer, while the general tone of the mnr ket, with 'slighit fiuctuaticns, wa. practically un altered. Quota ions: Prime pens of bullocks. from ,£10 10/-to £12; extra do. do., from £12 10/ to £13 7/t; good do. do., from £9 to £10;.good light and handy weights, from £8 to £8 15/; second do. do., from £e 10/ to £7 10/; inferior ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

1. Finish First Heat, Maiden Eights. 2. Spectat ors. 3, Mercantile. Crew, Winners of Maiden Eights. 4. Finish Second Heat, Maiden Eights. 5. Mercantile Winning Maiden Eights. 6. Wendource Crew, Winners of Special Maiden Four. T E U ER YA RRA EGAT-A. (J. E..I Barnes, photo.) THlE ., UPPER YARRA REGATTA. 1. Baceball B Team. 2. Baseball A Team. 3. Barrel 'lace. 4. Start Potato Race. 6.:Starters Bicycle Race. -(J. 0. Bartlett, juc., photo.). SENIOR CADETS' MILITARY SPORTS AT RICHMOND.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PURE CLYDESDALES. THE GLEN LUSS STUD, VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

PURE CLYDESDALE.S THE GLEN LUSS STUD, VICTORIA'~ Clydeedales from the Glen Luss Stud at Werrmee, Victoria, are noted for their true Clydesdale type and characte;, and for the evident purity of their breeding. The Glen Luss Stud was founded by the late J. E. Walter. Since his death it has been carried on by Messrs. A.- L. and .-. M. Walter. The brothers have strengthencd the stock considerably in recent years, par ticularly iin respect to mares. At Glen Luss are some of the finest females in Australia, all bred on true Clydesdale lines. One of the greatest of these is Iris, prob, ably the handsomest draught mare that hao been, seen at a Melhournef Royal show.. Last year Iris was champion draught mare at the -Royal shiovw and she won the gold medal .for best Clydesdale mare on' the ground. Iris is by the imported Merry Morning. The Olydesdale stallions at the head of the Glen Luss stud are . May Flower, by Tweedside, by Clyde Boy and Fashion King, . by Scotland's Fashion (imp.). Both ...

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

COUNTRIY LIVE STOCK .SALES. ALBUIRY.-Messrs. 3Mathieson and Davis report hasing held their usua.l fortnightly market at the Albury Municipal Yards on Tuesday, 20th January. The yarding of fat sheep was again a light one, and ccnsistcd chiefly cf medium unality, w-ith a fewv drafts of prime merino wethers and iluime crossbied wethers. The market opened to good competition, and continued so throughout, graziers operating freely for anything of only medium quality. Fat Sheep.-Prime crossbred wethers, from 17/ to 18/, with extra prime and heavy from 19/ to 10/9; good, from 151/6 to 16/ti; lighter,, from 15/; prime cross bred cwes, from 15/6 to 10;/t; good, from 14/ to 15/; others,. from 13/; prime merino wethers, from 14/ to .14/9; good, 14/6 to. 15/t; others, from 13/ to 14/; best merino ewes, from lI/f6 to 12/6; aged, front 8/6 tod /6. Fat Lambs: Only a moderate yarding of fat lambs forward, and all descriptions sold well. 'rime crossbred lambs, from 14/ to 15/; good, from 12/0 to 13/...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CO-OPERATIVE HORSE BREEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

CO-OPERATIVEi HORSE; BREEDINC. ?A British Government return gives some interesting particulars of tile Castle Eden and District Co-operative Horse- Breeding Associatioi., which was: established with the object of -givin farmers iii the Castle? Eden district the opportunity of breeding from sound .sires on. reasonable terims:. A deputation of members visits stallion studs and selects` two horses, each year for the society. The horses must be. passed as sound by. a qualified veterinary surgeon, and 'proof must be given-that they are safe stockgetters. .The owner. is required to. enter into a written" agreement with .,the secretary of. the society promising to carry, out its riules and conditions under a pen hlty of £60. ]te receives from the .soceetf a premiuRmof- £60 for each horse, and, be sides this, he is paid by the owners of the mares £1 for each mare served at the end of the season, and £2 when a mare proves to be iii foal.' The owvnier of the mare also pays the groom's-fee. No...

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

PAT-.CALVES.~ fC40:weic PeEPc-4 ¶fhc.'1senan4.7 a e:atiriatI at Occider.y irnmxoc ratcjs. " Be.t; ster& u and :heifeu, from " -6 to'. L T"h/; a few' to £'& gohx1 (10: do.. from' .+; 4. to £4 15/.;.others, from. -i: prnnime calves, from. 55/ to 7O/; good do,, from 12/ to sO1 jeconid do:;' from 25/ to 35/;: with 'sjia2I sukerf fronim 15/.

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

Breeder s' Announcemaente. lERKSHIlES, pedigreed, youngistock. by Mloun tain Togl. first prize Melbourne Royal. A. 41. Miles, "Quambee," Ringwood. DEXTER-KERR?IES. A Few CHOICE COWS -and HElFERS fronm the Peandlside .Dexter-Kerry. Hard for SALE. T?.e •ires .used in" this herd include Marmton, -Tomn .!'iumb (imp.), Cowbridge. Knight .(imp.), ?and other prize .winner.-. .INSPECTION ARRANGED ON. APPLICATION .- -). TilE MANAGER, "'PENDLESIDE," WOORI VAIJLOOK, VICTORIA. 'GL-ENEIRA AYRSHIRE STUD The Ayrshires bred in the Glenera IIerd at Flinders -are consistent winners. at' all leading shows. They have been bred oi healthy lines for milk and butter records. Young IBulls and ..Hefers for Sale, on applica tion. A. BUCHANAN, GLENEIRA, , FLINDERS. OWRIE: PARK"AYRSHIRES. DMy lHerd of Ayrshires has supplied: numerous champions at 'the Royal Shows, and has been. ji-ed for milk - and butter production.. Recent .Government test- has shown -phenomenal results. :;,airy. farmers wanting young Bulls ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PIG MARKET. Wednesday and Thursday, 25th and 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THE PI'G MARKET. Wedn,.sday and Th'ur.lsay, 25th anti. 29th January. About-1800 raided. Store: In ,this division the supply was a moderate one, consisting of well-grown nodlelrate rconditioned :or.'; including a few pens of slips and euckces.. The compytition of loca! farnlers was sit:as. conseqluently prices _re abont mainta;ned. Itr.t ifrm 2G/ to .10/, '-lip; from 14/ to 26/. according to quality; sulckers from 11/ to 20/. Porlkers lTThere w~as a rcpres:~tat:ve attCnd ance of buyers, and taking quality into considera rion, the great.c portion consisting of light weights, ;.rices show nater'al alteratioln frola former rates; time, flonm 88/ ro -13/:. exra, 44/ to 4/ ; light., orom 85/. Baconer.: I h_ dnemand wa.s anin.ated. and p:iecs truled firm at last week's rat:.s; prime, from 70/ to 78/; extra, from 70/ ?o 83/; few farnt?es' pigs to S6/; prime light .medinn heigh.ts from 1 3/ to 39/; intermediate, from 50/. Bacck fatters: Thle demrnti was not luite so "ac:tiv:, and prices rule...

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TUBERCULOSIS INVESTIGATIONS. HEALTHY CALVES FROM TUBERCULOUS MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

TUBERaULOSI :1NVESTICATION& HEALTHY CALVES FROM TUBER. CULOUS MOTHERS.- -: On the Woburn farm," in "connection ,with the Royal Agricultural Society' of England,' certairi tests have been- carried out' in accordance with a Yesolution 'that S"such tests be carried out to show. that by isolation it is possible to rear healthy stock- from' tuberculosis parents." The r.e port sets out that:--; .."Arrangemen:ts were made. with several owners . to allow their co;ws to be. sub mitted to the tuberculin test, and to place at the disposal-of the committee any se lected as being suitable until after they had calved. .As soon as -possible after the 'test: had been .carried out ;-the selected .reacting cows. were sent to .the: society's experimental farm -ati Woburn, and kept there until they had' calved -and .cleansed;, after..which they were -returned to their owners.- - " 'In- arranging, a plan for :the- - experi ments the committee .had to ..take account of the circumstances which mig...

Publication Title: Leader
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DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

.DAIRY CATTLE .MARKET. The Associated Agenlts (Messrs. T. K. TJennings and l'lnnes, Mr. W. .H. Wilson, Adamson. Stret tie and Co. Propty. Ltd., Messrs. M'Phail Bros. and Co., Messrs. Theo. B. Little and C:o.) con jointly report, 80th January:-Only O 3t 0 yarded,. including about 60 milkers. There was a good attendance of local dairymen conseqrpent:l:, with only a noderate number of milkers to hand. Bid dings were animated, at decidedly improved rates. Best milkers, from £11 5/ xo 313 12/6; good do.., from £8 to £10) 10/; the;s, from £a. Springers: Only. a small number came forward, mostly backward sorts, antl in this division no imporvement was noticeable. S:ores: A few fresh conditioned store cows and heifers sol'd readily at late rates. The feature of the market was the brisk demand. of preserving and 'whole-ale chopiong butchers: For all cows grading from fleshy to, moderately fat, prices advan ed 10/ per head. Good and prime coss ruled a shade fismer, while all descriptions in c...

Publication Title: Leader
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METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

METROPOLITAN .MIEAT MARKET. : Meesrs. Stone anit Co: (Robert"; S chltze, pro. priear), 3fetrapoiUtnn Meat Market, report having sold for week ended 27th January:-iBeef: Prime bodies, 22/ and .23/ per 100 lb.; nediumn bodies, 20/ and 21/; prime fore quarters, 17/ ancd 16/; prime hind quarters, 27/ to 29; nmedium fore ruarters, 15/ and 1(/; medium hind quarters, 241 to 20/. Sheep: Prime. 3d. to 4d. per lb:; me dium, 2.id. per lb. L~.nb: Prime, 12;G to 1i/ each; medium, 10/ to 12/ each; small, 9/ each. Veal: Prime sides; .large, "2d. to 21d. per lb.; medium sides, 2d. per l.b. Calves: The following prices were obtained for consignmeits received mainly from country consignons:-Prime -mall, 3d.' to 3Od. per lb.; medium, 21d. and '2d. per lb.; small, .2'd. and. 21d. per lb. Pork: Prime small, 6ld, to 7d. per lb.;. medium, Gd. to G d. per lb.; large, 80 to 100 lb., 5'd. to Old. per lb.; inferior grades at lower ratets; large back?atters, 4d. to 5d. per lb.; large choppers, 1,d. to 21d. per...

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