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GOLF SORRENTO TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

By NIBLICK. SOR1RENTO TOURNAMENST. As a seaside lial;s, the picturesque course of the Sorento club is increasing yearly in favor with holiday golfers. The annual open tourna ment of the club, which terminated on Mondllav (Foundation day), proved a most successful and enjoyable gathering. No fewer than 500 entries were received for the scheduled events. whilst a numlber of post entry handicaps were added to the official programme. The comnuittee was congratulated on the fine condition of the course. The (overmor-General's t.`up-the principal event of the meeti-ng--played 1 from scratch, was won Iy 1). G. Morrison, the young Metropolitan play er, aniter an interesting contest. The runner-up was the veteran F. IB. Waters, who finished 3 strekes behind the winner. When Lord Dudley p)rescntee the cup he made the condition that it became' the absolute property of any player who won it twice. As Mnsorion on.la.st year, he thus rctsi,'.s possesison of the itarvldome trophy. The Men's Thmndi...

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

SMALL.. BEGINNINGS THE BEST:. There is no rural industry .-that a maii. can stait in with. less capita-l than in bee keeping. It is, in fact, better to begir -:: with a hive oi' two that will only cost - couple of pounds, and to build up an apiary by degrees, with experience as ' guide. But, while capital may not be ca : sential, no small: amount of intelligenci: and painstaking industry is. In regard to ' the possibilities of beekeeping as a bust! ness;, an American writer says:- . "Tlie general tendency is very conserva tive toward our. industry as a busiuea~. We are free "to advise the keeping--of a colony of bees in the attic, 'or a few hives in, the 'back yard to supply the family withl honey and the beekeeper with. an.: interesting diversion. Inquiring beginners are always warned against taking up hone y - production for a livelihood because of the fact" that some ,seasons fail to supply a profit. -."While to begin beekeeping on a larger scale without previous experience and a...

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

·POINT . OF.VL . "The pgrn -txP<. ntiv ma;ýw ae: Pea1 eal` of iffeier ', s tI the ready xwxde`: <philosophlie avatlkint~' your liinit' eveiy ý;-motor Ieiir ie '°trying `.t;_ht:S Ot: tiet' otia tiit a;,n a ;>you .g nu idea: Ciit ec cr'pecdestridn' i6 .ieiic ly etuibi{lois t o: frg . run a ver.': -_

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POULTRY ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

.''NSWERS TO .CORRESPONDENTSWI Poultay lHousing.--Pirtioulars, Elsterntviek.- S'ou should get the printed regulations fro-thae '::'6cia tow-e'lerk and folbw thtn . . . Chickens Dying.-W.S,. 3forwell.--Late traithed chicks often . go off in the way you describe, if they are not given a good green Brass mn or plenty of green food: Feed. on a $iiht diet of oatmeal and bread crumbs., or sol " 3o on the }lice et out in "The Leader" from time to time.. Frequent changes of food are good for- late 'hatched or weakly chicks. Leghorns.-Mrs. M.E., .Armadale.-At once se cure a rorp remedy and treat them. Isolate sick tirdls, disinfect all feeding .and water uetensiAs. Burn off nests and roosts, and disinfect houses. PlU'rrge "the head of affected hires in a tepid solutioi of" Condy's fluid. Turkays.--S5bscriber. Ill}abo.-The disease is roup. bec answer to Mrs. :?.E. Anrmadale. Sm-all Eggs.-Suibscriber, Mi'Kinnon.-Very oyong pullets when they begin to' lay for the st Lime produce small eggs, but...

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AVOIDING COMPARISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

t ; A_ VOIDING COM2A1tsOiuý1 S: "Wthat is-your ,obj etxon to- ne us szgih nlaw? ý M~ vhacttr is' be ong: repino cic" " I * 'Thirt't't it, G1il .fir: =Oleport: .`"Yo0u don't suppo s; .uit to go ;throutgh" tlheC Fre of ;in .Iffe ba~ tug you "held up. to inc se ,a -hinn ex :arplePI'

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STUDENT OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

STlUDENT OF c ATURE. "'lThnks," rmid° the riaediati eeting down lii -lace and qhsenti mhndedlv y ocketing, my.eitnrie v·l'eh- lay unon the bli' n between una. "Man -'ianks for your good '-oninlob r, i alwayw .st.uic ramn Nature-froin 'Nature. -sir. Ti my nctinig.yor c'. reflected Nature herself.": "Try this cigar?" sij l an a' irnier of ?."?at'ut 'ererently. ".Now, where did tcyou' sturdy that xpr?s?ion of intens :Surpris.C:that 'yo assUmi: 1 xhe- .'eCond not. "?From 'Nature, sir:- from Nature. n -re "To secur,, 'hat expressioi I askeil an. intimate psersonal friend 'o. lend .me five pounids. .Ie refused.: Thif "aused nme no surprise.. I tried s?veral more Vinnlly, I struck one wvho was willing to- oblige "me. and. as le handed me the money; I studie' 'n a. glass the exoression of my own face. I saw. ?here surprise, but it ..was not what I wanted. -It was alloyed with suspicion .that the sovereigns umight be ibad. I was in desnair." 'Well?"' said., the other, breathlessly. "Then an ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROVIDENCE AND THE CROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

PTiOVIDENCE .',ANn )ITE CROOK. As n rule ..the -liitiual- wtongdoer. beat little rt-Ilithment tocards .the .detective who mnay ;?ave brought hlimn to: justice. Neither is f he. always, devoid of. a blinfd belief i4: the. wiorkini s .of Pro ilce ,nc . ~. One known to'tlho.police, as a feIpronie crook" met one,of the detedtives- Who lid on ,several oc ctmions had u'npleasant hisiness ?:ith himti: : , "Iow are. you doing "now, 'Tbor?" asked" the "'Doing!" lritterly. e"elaimed tli creooI . T'You: asid -our'pals.a have fairll : lb.ttled bour biuine??"i'' " Nell, hIo's ;l:.e ,?ife??" asked thet inan: fiom thie -Yard;: whertuit -thlie e~iolF zi-iearliy bl?rotkq "oTh miu s iisius.'I he said, :':?did n montih ago., it was d near thin ..thaitthe pati?h?dtdn't':havc:to bury lier, but"--titli.'t. ring, ,,f icaitfelt `gratitude in ihis voice- "Pbrovideiir c s.ý.':er good, 0 :fori it . sent; along a -:mug. d? tli-::i;hl.e nil; o " tif-lnc i nd :? dlone li him t-for tt-entatYýudf'.d: Tha?ml?: I?gb...

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THE BRIGHT SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THIE BItIGIIT SIDE. "Be an optimistl" The speaker .was ex-'resident Taft, the scenee a'New Haven dinner. "Be an optimistt Emulate the poor old tramit" . "A poor old tramp was plodding aloig during the first snow of the season .The gelid and moist- air pierced through his flimsy rags.. IIi hand .were blue .with: cold. " NeverthelesS;, le shuffled. along cheerily enough through the two inches of snow that covered the :footpath ! "And this poor old tramip, .thus shuffling along, smiled olitimistically and remarked:` 'There's:ont <1pd thing about snow; it hides .the holes in. yer

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FOLLOWED ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

. FOLLOWED ORDERS. A few weeks ago visitors called tmunpectedlyl onq a certain' family, greatly to the chagrin. of the good housewife, for the larder was -rather -short, and there was no way at that late hour to replenish it. "Pridget," said the mistress, tlding the servant oirl into her confidence. "you will have to bring S "--o,,,- +s ,-.- o"n find, and I will make an apology at -the table." "Al right, mum," was the reassuring response -of Bridget. "Yez can .just ave it tre.me." The dinner., hour came, and taking., the cove' from one disl- the mistress ivas surprised to find it empty. '"Why, Bridget," said the hostess, turning -and :addressing the servant girl, "what is .-the miea. ing of this emptys di.h r" "Shure, nuni.- was the ?startlHng, rejoinider, of Bridget, "did ' i'e2.a:iv" yeaz ,wouild inake i an api:. logy at the tale, 'nmd' ,koifG ue7 want ' dish to put it aina"

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HAD TO LISTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

: -.. L. , , t" . .tiie :TUnion Pacidflie? il.w ' ?iwaS, ?iie e ? i, a; itril~t wsitL ai piirly -of frie?ns: in". :it pr?svy'tc i..¢;-:anl: hilet in Denver :one i .l. the : . part an ian ;of: cotnriiul habits, came in the car late one night ansd found Mr. Wiliaims playing solitaire. The counvvial one was enough under the influence of honuor to be talkative, and proceeded to tell MIr. W ilianms a long setory of his domestic unhappi Tihe next morning, when sober, he mentioned the fact -that. : o hi d .talked too nmch the .night .l'efore, and requested that anything, lie might .lirve nid would' not be repeated. , Mr. Williams, in order to relieve tse man's cnlbarrassnment, said- . "Thlt's all right; .I never listened to you, and have no idea what you" said." Thait night the nuan retumned in the samie con. dilion. Looking sternly "at Mr. Willitians lhe "Now, durn you, you said you didn't disten to we 'last night, .so I'nu gohig to tell you the whole story again, and you've got to listen...

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IMPROMPTU PUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

IMPIROMPTU PUNS. Alexander Pope was one-of-the first Englisuhmen to decry. the pun. It was, lie said, a species of wvit so triflingly easy that he would engage to mnake one on .any subject proposed offhand. "Well; then, Mr. Pope," said a lauly of -the comlpany, "make one on keel hauling." QuIck as a flash he replied; "That, ni?dani, is ndeedl putting a man under a hardship." Theodore Hook once braged that lie, could make :t pun' on any subject. "VWell, then," said- a friend, "make one 'on the King." "The Klng is no subject," replied- the-wit;. To a-similar boast of Douglas Jerrold a member of the Garricl Olubl replied: "Canu you mlake a pun on the signs of the zodiac?" "By Gmilni, I can, alrl" was the double bayxi. rolled retort. Dr. John \Watson, Qbettet kn·own as Ian :Mac Iaren`was - anoolter., WAt sh e iQ p iast n eivo : " any litcrarv xcn wcpce jiresentf Jte assrted. that tie could miake as guood: a puii ,"ag' nv M 'neu in the-.. room:: Tie 'dhaltengo. was ecceoted. Thereupo-m D...

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SCANLON DEFEATS GRIGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SOCANLON DEFEATS GRIGGS. The Queen lalder, Albert Scanlon, defeated Stoker Griggs on points in a ten-rounds bout, in London, on Thursday, 22nd inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SStraker-quire Carf. - IoisON 158. AtST COMME•RCIAL VENICLES. ThoN! 5306. ihn T iSRI TING AGfNrs! How does i pa out? Doeit ut ? oah inghap t.ý.S. wpa,,, They will salve the pain andft, adlso the pockiet. CANADA CYCLE &zMOTOR Co.Ltd., S...15-8 LATr.0B. O-STREET, MEtL - 'POURNE. 5306 So..es 6623 and 77, Cet. - Sole .... . . : for; - ictria -an .... .:: I ,. ... . . ,. , ; .. . .. . . g~'·.' -.3- -LTOESRET ML·UR;?".. AWRRANTED FsFTEEN YEAS Packed Free. Carr age Paid direct from our Factory to yourPort. 7een Darys' Free, Tril. Best British, mad- I .IAD 1 DefancePulcture-ResistingorDulltop Tyres Coasters. Variable.Sieed Gears. B.S.A. Free Whleels. Flyer or Brook's' Saddles. etc,. WLATED T EE Y .9E ? Tyres aJnd accessories at half usual prics. Write at once: using.suflicient P -ostage, for Freo rit Cat~alo g and Secial Offer on sample macrlioe. •Agenty wanted. - E 'L CYOLE COMPAN.', Dac r eeplt.A.c27e RLIV?ERPOOto 1ATAIOGOUES" and Mead Cycles can be obtained from Val. T. Cole, 'eS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

-FO THE WOLD'S BEST CARS If you oontomplat. purohaalng a Cnr, oeleot a make that han earned a reputation In Australia for Service-a CaO that will be running aweetily -I yanrs hence. We stock this class tof Car, and in the world-*imcd WOLSELEY RENAULT ROLLS-ROYCE MINERVA TALBOT STANDARD STUDEBAKER ....AND.... ALBRON (<omccrEp.)i olTep you a selection of Cars that are unrIvalled In this country top EFFICIENCY, STRENGTH, WEAR AND "REFINEMENT.. - TRIAL RUNS AlRANGED. LISTS ON APPLICATION. uoaw iRoOaT, URaSTEE , 0n."l? 206 RUSSELL ST,, MELBOURNE! 458 BOURKE STREET ., , 4. .?,tn.OP. I ---- - . -_ "'"°?";?or_ 1 - , ··Q~ ?. KELLOW .........cn ~What " W" Mileage `\\do you expect to get o1t:oof the next Motor Covoryou bby P 'This isrpoally a lmore ImportantK , matter toI rlotorists then the diffe-r enee ofn aew nhillings in-the price of. \\ý Cover. Toetensureabigm'llleageyou must have Quality and StrengtLh in a ý Cover, and. the BEST TYREB In. that" respect" are This to not only o ...

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MOTORS AND MOTORING. REMARKABLE ROAD TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

MOTORS AND MOTORINC. BY STEERIRNG COLUMN. REMARKABLE ROAD TRAIN. - 'The wonderful advance nmude in commercial hlotor vehicles during recent years is all con ceistrated in a remarkable petrol-electric road trail that has just been landed in Melbourne to the order of Mr. I. S..Falldner, of the Kel. low-Falkiner Motor Company. The hugeness and completeness of the train amazes even the hard. ened motorist, and nothing like it has been seen in any part of the world, except the land o# its birth-tGermnanyvwhere ten sanilar trains are in commission in. the GOrman army. Only immense weaalt-h and influence has enabled Mr. .Falkiner io obtain pissession of the "Muller' train, as the German authorities were not -too favoribly disposed towards alloSwing a Muller tra:n to le\ave their country. However, this wonder ful road tractor, with its inventor, MaiJor W.- A. Muller, is in Melbourne, the train assembled a3l ready to demonstrate w-hat it can do under Aus tralian conditions. The train consist...

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CYCLING CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

t YoLIU NOTES. BY TANGICNT. R. Spears, the Australian racing eyclist, ??i hails from Dubbo (N.S.W.), has been responsible' for some yety fine sprinting both in America and France, and good judges predict that this rider is rapidly ivorking his way towards worlds. clham pionship honors: Spears is now racing in France, but before leaving America he. several times de feated the great American rider. F t Kramr, lWho has been chdaniion .of America for 12 yea?i . and. lanst ye,.r he carriun off. the world's sprint ch ampionshiip.- .In. -Paris,- Spears has already de monstrated- that he can sprint as fast as the' world's best. It-will be remembered that Spears,i in conjunction with D. Kirkham, wonr the last six days' race held in Mel'boune. A telegramn from Fremantle states that F.: VWhite, who- was attempdting' t'o 'lower?:prancis Birtles's overland -cycle 'rccord.:between Fremaintl and. Sydney, 'has had to abandon his ride at 'Widgiemooltha, oiwing. to illness. . It nov looks as' if a Vi...

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BILLIARDS. GRAY V. NEWMAN. THE AUSTRALIAN AT "IVORIES." LONDON, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BILLIARDS. GRTAY V. *JEWMAN. TIE AUSTRALIAN AT "IVORIES.2hJanary LONDON, 20th January. Not for a considerable time has such interest been shovwn in billiards as that which nmrked the opening of the garle between G. Gray, *of Australia, and T. .Newman, of England. Ad vantage was taken by leading patrons of the game and the public to see Gray's play with the ivory balls, the Anstralian having ea-tested the great majority of his game previously with composite, balls. It was the opening sntteli of three of 18,000 each between the two,. and OGry conceded his opponent 4000 start. Gray's best red loser effort up to the interval was 09 out of a run of 76, but his best break for the sesion was 110; while Newman compiled 1b14 in one visit. Gray showed poorer form in the 'even;ng, and was unable to control the balls _for his favorite losing hazard stroke, his best runs. being 17 and-13;' This session dotsed with the scores:- . Newyman ... .. . .. .. ,167 Gray .. .. .... ' 645 The latest scores...

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HINTS FOR BREEDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

HINTS. FOR BREEDERS. Feed early in the.,mornings. Lime is-a great ,shell maker. Class your.stud- birds foir. early mating.. Mate pullets .with. second ,season, cocks.! Ma~te cockleirels with second season h'ens1 Now is the 'timie to ibuy .fresh -stud birds. Boil vegeta iles' anid. iix in m oriiing meal. Day old chickens-can be. purchased from breeders. Ani-mal food: given -fresh? is.- an: incentive. to egg ?production. -". - -Green .food c ntains everything to pro mote health in feat.herei stock . ': Cholera; a deaidy disease, 'is induced by impure water, tainted grouan and stal~ To fatten .chickens, feed.on barley meal, ground oats,.miixed with- skim or sweet. milk. In. the scratchiin shed bury !the grain in the 'itter; so as to make the birds work for it. v . Grow a small plot, of green: barley .fe coming use in the autumn an(d-early win ter nioiths. , When giving Epsom. salts; inix .it with hot water, and then put it ,in the mash at feeding time. To kill worms. in fowls give the ...

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DUNDEE V. SHUGRUE—A DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

DUNDEE V. SIIUGRUEI--A DRAW. "Jolmny" .Dudee foulght a ten-round draw with "Young" Shugrue at New York on 23rd inst. A" VICTORY .FOR ."TOMMY" BURNS. At Bakersfield, California, on Monday, "Tom my" Burns miet "Battling"' Byant, and gained a decision, compelling his oponent to quit in the fourth round. -At Cincinatti on Monday "Freddie" Welsh fought ten .fast rounds with Earl Fisher, and won a newspaper decision. Two interesting boxing cortests took place in New York on Wednesday night. "Johnny" Dundee defeated decisively Sapper O'Neill, io Eng land, in teri rounds. Owen SMoran, of Eigla~nd, lost in the seventh round to young Shugrue, who compelled: him to quit. LSforan claimed a win on a foul, but this was disallowed.

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THE BROODER HOUSE. SOME VALUABLE HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THE 'BROODE" HOUSE. SOME VALUABLE l. .NIS. -B HOTSPUJ. A g;od 'many? poultry breeders fin Wi? toria are extending their operations, a?ind many new iplants are being erected on mo dern lines. One of the most extensive was. described iri "The Leader" recently. This was--on the farm of Mr. R. S. Kinnear; at :Mordialloc. Special refere?ice was made to the, large -brooder house, heated. by gas made on the premises. The Mordialloc brooder house is well worth inspecting, Mr. Kinnear having followed plans suggested by Mr. A. Hart; ithe -Governient Pbultry Expert. The 'Americans are always on _the look out foi. new ideas in regard to poul. try plarits, and .1 have recently recered.. from the land of Star and Stripes informia tion on their brooder houses. Our breeders in Australia. are alwvays complaining of losses . in rearing chickens by artrficial. brooders,. and it will interest, many to know What Dollarland breeders are doing with large brooders. Ever get almnost knocked down by " the fo...

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