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BILIOUSNESS. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS AFFORD RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
BILIOUSNESS. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS AFFORD RELIEF. Nurse Norris, of 19 Aslimore-street, Brunswick, Melbourne, writes: - "Three years ago I was .recommended to try Dr Mor se's Indian Boot Pills for the re lief of Bilious ness, and I can state they have afEorded me great relief, and consequently I recommend them to my friends, and in my capac ity as Indies ! nurse at liruiyiwick during tllo past 20 years I have found them of late years, or since I commenced using Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, that they are an excellent medicine for my, patients. You have my consent to use this testimony for publication." Probably there is no complaint so common as Bilious attacks. Men, women, aud children are subject to them, aud while tlioy last life is made miserablo. They are accompanied by Sick Headaches.' The liver is not doing its duty. That is the cause, and as soon a£ the liver receives the proper assistance, the digestive organs move along smoothly again. ' For this complaint Dr. Morse...
CURED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
CURED. "This," eaid tfoo guide, who was piloting a bunch of tourists through a jnuBeum, as I10 oointed to a mummy, "was a high priest, tlio wisest man .f liis day. He lived to a great ago." "Was his last illness fatal?" quoriod Vhe wag of the bunch (there always is one). "Of courso it was," answerel 1)10 gcide, with a look of pity at the othor. "That's queer,-' rejoined the wi*, p*li one. "His appearance would teem to indicnto that ha pePTiik aontlv curod."
SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
SPORTINO NOTES. / COURSING. 1 The secretary of the Clunos Dis trict Coursing clnb acknowledges with thanks donations of £2 2s from Mr Thos. Fawcett, and .-SI la each from Messrs W. Coutts, R. W. Nichol, J.P. (Beckworth), Mr A. J. Giddings, Mr A. MacKenzio; and 10s from "Supporter". CLUNES GUN CLUB. A meeting of the Clunes Gun Club will bo held on Thursday afternoon next, at the Cattle Market hotel, at 2 o'clock. The business is important. Shooting will follow.
REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
REVENGE. A country doctor discharged' his coachman on account of his unsteady habits. The coachman took service with the village butchor, and one day, when driving a number of beasts to the slaughterhouse ho mot his for mer employer. "Well, Tom," said the dootor, pat ronisingly, "you are in a different sort of employment nowP" "Not at all, sir," said Tom, wh/ bore his former employer a grudgo. "Not at all; I'm still in the slaughter ing business."
CLUNES COURSING CLUB. PRESENTATION OF CHAMPION TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
i GLUNES COURSINQ CLUB. PRESENTATION OF PION TROPHY. A good number qf the members of the Clones Jjistript Coursing Club assembled at the Club hotel on Saturday evening, to take part in the presentation to the winner -Mr A. E, Atkins-nf the trophy and cheque for the first agd second prizes wqn by hin^ at the recept phampion' meeting.' "Jfee president (Mr Goo, Fraaar, J-p v ocoupied the c1'"' 'in- -.1. -ne president, in making the presentation, said Mr Atkins bad won the ohampion with the best pair of dogs on the ground, and they had had no luck to help thera. It required a good dog to win the Glunes ohampion, as some of the best dogs in the state were always entered. The same two dogs also divided the first and second prizes in the puppy stakes at the first meeting this year. It seemed possible that the same dogs would oome and divide the honors at the Bracelet meeting He was very pleased to present the trophy and cheque to Mr Atkins, and trusted it would not be the last state he wou...
SOME CRICKET RECORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
SOME CRICKET RECORDS. Tho diatinotion of having made (ho highest individual score in any first clam match belongs to A.O. H'Laron, and has belonged t&lt;o him sinoo 1895, when ho scored 424 runs for Lanca shire against) Somerset at Taunton. During tho Beason of 1301, C. D. Fry made no fewer than 13 tiroo figuro scores-an achievement never beaten, and only onoe equalled-name ly) by Tom Hay ward in 1906. In that same season, by the way, Hay ward amassed tho Teoord individual aggregate by scoring ia all 8,618 runs. It tras in 1906 again, that G. H. Hirst performed the unique feat of ccoring over 2,000 runs, and taking over 200 wickets. A bowling achiev monfc whioh is likoly to take a bit of beating was accomplished by A. E. IVott in 1907 when playing in his own bonofib matoh for Middlesex against Sussex. Not content with taking four wiokots with conseoutive balls, be then proceoded to perform the hat triok in tho same innings.
CLUNES DISTRICT HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
CLUNE8 DISTRICT HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING. i The annual mooting of governors and subscribers to tho Clunes District Hospital wns held at tlio Library on Thursday evening. There was a fair attcndanco, including two ladies. Tho president (Mr W. Richards, J.P.) occupied tho chair. ANNUAL REPORT. Your committal) has pleasure in submitting to you their annual report j j and certified balance sheets of tho ..several funds for the year ending June I 30th, 1914. Though the prosperity anticipated to have been our pleasure to chronicle has not yet been realised, our hopes for the future are none the loss hopeful from a milling point of view. Tho grazing and agricultural industry remains as bright as ever. Let us therefore have courage for the yew 1914-15. Financially, the Oovornmont grant was greater than last year. A review of the financial statement will, uo doubt, bo received by you as being worthy of the efforts made by the residents of the town and district for their local ch.iritablo in ...
Germany and Russia. WAR DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
Germany and Russia. WAR DECLARED. I All the efforts which have been exerted to avert a . conflagration in Europe, involving the great Powers, ! have failed. On Saturday everting the news reached London that Germany had declared war against Russia. At 7.30 p.m. on Saturday the Ger man ambassador ill St. Pe tersburg (Count de Pourtales) handed the Foreign Minister a declaration of war. The German Embassy and staff left St.. Petersburg for Berlin the same night. - For children's hacking cough at night, Woods' Great Peppormint Cure, 1/6
How to Grow Lucerne. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
How to Grow Lucerne. "What aro its fattening qualities?" Mr. Novillo echoed. "Woll, I don't think that it fattens lambs as quickly as rape docs, but it will givo a grca tor proportion of loan moat. It is not aa heating as rnpo. I alltitv tho lambs on lucerne about a fortnight or throe woeks longer to fatten than I do for the lambs fed on rapo, "I intend to put in about nix hun dred aores, but tho land must be first worked up. Lucerne does well if it follows a crop of peas. Any land that will grow clover, cowgrass, or peas will grow luoerno. I would nob advise any one going in for lucorno to plant too deep. Before sowing it is wise to roll tho ground, so as ito provide a level surface. Sow with a broad-oaating drill. Wo use a spoon drill, but regu late the quantities br filling itho spoons with soap. Wo have put in lOlbs, to the aero over 60 acres, and 121bs. to the acre over 100 acrco, but I could Sco no difforenoo in the crops. Thoro can bo no doubt at all that lu corno is the bost...
WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. CLUNES BRANCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE* CLUNES BRANCH. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of tiio Clunes branch, A.W.N.L., was held at 1 lie town lmll on Thuisday afternoon Inst, when there was a good attc ndi.nco of members. The hall was very taste. fully decorated with pot plants, greenery, etc., and the stage was handsomely draped with tho league's colors. Mrs Watson Robertson, re presenting the Central Council, was present. The following officers wero re elected :-President, Mrs Bockholt;. vice-presidents, Mcsdames Weick hardt, R. Fawcett, J. Branigan; treasurer, Mrs Fraser; secretary, Mrs Dawson. The meeting was followed by a public gathering, when a number of gcr.tlomen also attended. Mrs Bock holt presided. Mrs Watson Robertson said she had heard good reports of the Climes branch, which .had tho imputation of being a very live one. If they had been a live branch in tho past tlwre wns the greatest necossity for them being still raoro alive during the next couple of months covering the elec t...
Feeding—Various Methods. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
Feeding-Various tVJotiioda "Half tlio brooding goes down tho mouth," is a common saying in regard to fowls, Anothor saying is to tho effect that "full and plenty'" is tho best method of feeding, w Putting tho two sayings together, wo gather that ,'in order to got tho best results from our foathored friends, yto havo /to feed them -with good food of a varied na ture, so as to suit their poculiar re quirements, and also to lob them havo plenty of it. It ia a fact that if a number of birds from some .well-known plant wore divided into two pens, one pen being fed properly and well, and Uio other pen fed "just anyhow," a vast difference, both in the appearance of tue birds and also tho og« yield, would be quickly apparent Tho lady whoso hens laid eggs jvhicB sho reck' oned cost 3d each was not to be pit ied, when she admitted that as soon as they stopped laying she stopped feeding I Wo now como to the question ol whethor moist mash or dry feed ia tho more suitable, and we have no hesita ...
PASTURE AND HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
PASTURE AND HAY. Whon s field is laid up for hay; cor tnin strong growing grassoa got on advantage; wlion a liold is grazed, other grasses of a lower spreading habit uro mora suited to 'tho condi tions. It is thereforo desirable to keep QUO field for hay ovory year and i,n.-....r for grazing, ra her than alt ernately to maizo and hay the namo fielu, m which cases, par icular grasses are first enoouraged and then repres sed. Tiie practical application to bo par ticularly noted in his connection, is that once a plan is formol and a sys tem 01 fertilisation favorable o some particular type of vegetation is adop niub once a plan is formed and a BJB tem . ra Jior than to ehift about and first onoourage and 'hen repress-and thus ultimately nullify to a large ex tent tho good olfect that might have been secured from tho fertilisation. The boaring of those fao:s on tho choice of fertilising materials is ap parent. If yass is required for pasture or for hay, or a clean grass sod lor'any othe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
AT W I CHAMPION'S Cash Clearing Bale. THE RECORD SFOR LOW PRICES We intend selling everything possible Prior to Stocktaking AT W. X CHAMPION'S; Common wealth Jfgfo Bank of Eustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Shit Bank if open for all classes of GENERAL E3ANKI1MG BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE At Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Forth, Hobart, Uriibane, ttockhampton, Townsville, and London* Otfclt remittances made to, And draft? drawn on foreign placca direc". Foreign bills nopotiated and collected. Letters of credit i*med to any part of Lh« world. Hill? negotiated or forwarded for collection. Hanking- and Exchange business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Centra! Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencios at l'">t Qiticc's throughout the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
DEATHS. PEDDIIS.-On 31 st July, at her residence, " Lotliair," Servico street, Clunes, Alary, relict of tlie late William Anderson Peddle. Pri vately interred. WILLIAMS.-On 31st Jul, at Station Flat, Clunes, Margaret, dearly-beloved wife of Morgan Williams. Aged 73 years.
Clunes Guardian & Gazette THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLICGOOD TUESDAY, AUGUST-4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 4 August 1914
jiaqe£ diaarHisa $ Hasatto THE NOllMiST MOTIVE IS THE PUI1LICGOOD TUESDAY, A.UGUST-4, 1914. The outbreak of war in Europe has stimulated d patriotic spirit amongst local riflemen, and a desire has been expressed that: the Clunes Rifle Club, whicli some years iigo was a very live body, should be revived, Former members jvho are favorable"to the proposal are requested to inter view Mr J. Franz Weicklmrdt. The fortnightly meeting of the Clunes Branch A.N.A. yilf bp held on Friday next, whon a complimentary social ("pound night") J will be ten dered to Mr «T. W. Preston. A £?od attendance is requested. | There was a ?. fair attendance at the concert given in the town, hall on Friday evening last, in aid of the ex tension of the nurses' quarters at the [local Hospital. The programme, whioli wis as follows, proved most I enjoyable, the various items being well ! given Piano duet,'. " Sans Soucij" Misses E. Dunstan and E. Stewart, A.T.C.L.; part song, ".0, . Who Will [o'er the Downs so i'r...
THE FOE OF GERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 August 1914
THE FOE OF GERMS. While it has long been, known that tobacco smoke Jb a valuable preventive against infection during the epidemic of a contagious disease, it is only re cently that an analysis of smoke-laden air in an East-end district has been contrasted with equally dense air In which tobacco fumes were lacking. These analyses.have shown that more than one half of the''harmful germs had been destroyed by the tobacco smoke. This' fact has unconscious'y been the means of preventing large loss of life, as was noted in the recent cholera epidemic in Germany, when workers in cigar factories were found to be immune to cholera, and wherein the victims were mainly from the non smokers of the city. Experiments conducted in a cholera stricken house, one floor of which was occupied with a cigar factory, led Pro fessor Wencke, of the Imperial Insti tute of Berlin, to the conclusion that the cholera germs cannot endure to bacco smoke. It was found that saliva containing virulent germs was com ...
PHYSICAL ENERGY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 August 1914
CT f,y PHYSICAL ENERGY. Perhaps you do not know it, but when you walk a distance of ten miles you expend enough force, could it all be collected, to raise 800 tons one foot from the ground. Of this enormous quantity of energy, the legs are re sponsible for 150 tonB, the heart for 100, the lungs for twenty-two, and the hulk of the remainder is wasted in the heat given off from the body. In severe athletic competitions, such as running, rowing, and boxing, you must be in such a condition as to ba able to exert, by your limbs alone, each minute, as much force as woulo lift 5,0001b. one foot above the ground. When a powerful man works fo ?24 hours with all his might, the ener gy he expends is equal to lifting a third-class cruiBer, and during his life he disBipates enough power to carry his body at death to the sun. These statements may at first sight seem ex traordinary, but will not seem'so when It is remember^ that two ounces of bread contains the potential energy of 150 tons.
BIRD DIVORCES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 August 1914
BIRD DIVORCES. Generally speaking, the social life of birds is of the happiest description. Their courtship and marriage is one long love Bong, and it often happenB, as one famous naturalist haB put it., that while some young human couplo are pouring out their hearts to each other beneath the leaves of an apple tree some feathered Romeo 1b making ardent love to his coy, coquettish Juli et In the branches above. That clever student of bird life, Mrs. Olive Thorn Miller, maintains that birds have a distinct social life of their own,' which is full of Interest to the careful observer. The most important feature of their life Is that bird mar riages are permanent, implying con stancy in their affections, of which proof may be found everywhere. Parrots are notably devoted birds, and are willing to malce great sacri fices for their mates. She instances a case where one of a caged pair had managed to make her escape into th° open air. The owner o£ the birds, hav ing observed the attachment...
MADE THE KING LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 7 August 1914
MADE THE KING LAUGH. A King of Prussia who reigned about the beginning of iaBt century was not ed for his geniality, and often in the course of his walks he would enter into conversation with his subjects. One day he met a young man and asked him what his faith was. Tho youth, who was somewhat of a wag, answered, smiling, "I believe what my tailor believes," The king entered pleasantly into the joke and then aBk ed again, "And what doec your tailor believe in?" "Your Majesty," replied the young man, "he believes that he will never get the thirty shillings that I owe him, and I believe it also." The King laughed heartily at the outspoken and unrestrained way in which he had answered him, and then gave him thirty shillings. "Now, then, you can pay your tailor and so change his faith." The young man fancied, however, that he could use the money for a better purpose, and the tailor naturally went unpaid. Not long afterwards the King met the same youth who, as he saw His Majesty approach...