ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Weekly Times Annual Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 324 items from Weekly Times Annual, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
324 results
Watering the Team [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1916

Watering the 1 earn

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

//s\ j ' *• i c A HOME IN THE FOREST [Photograph by W. II. Nicliolls] lj i > Vi

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Kiss [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

The Kiss A lover,.on a chestnut steed. Drew rein by me. lie leap'd down—a swaying reed Bent back from me. He kissed: me once upon the lips E'er I could know— Thetv swift across my finger tips . He drew his bow. As fast along my pulsing veins The magic sped . . ■ . For good or ill, ripe Love'ssweet pains Burn'd my lips red! • And then he drew his golden bow Across the strings: A tender, -magic- music, low Its throbbing sings. The music died . then swelled amain— ■Like, happy tears— My .burning sighs were hush'd again • 'Mid slumb'ring tears. "Who are you, lovev mine?" I said: He looked at me . . . The swaying reed leaned o'er my head A shield to be. A slender reed 'twixt Fate and me! My lover bent . His kiss clove to the soul of me— My will was spent. As magic from the gold bow, stole December fair! New lire to waken Earth's rapt soul The Sun's kiss bear. M. B. PATON. Newtown, Geelong.

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kinship Australia to Britain [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

Kinship Australia to Britain Love of truth ancl right is greater to the brave than love of life is. Let us keep the hands unsullied that would take the victors' palm From the Lord, our God Eternal, in Whose hands the fate of strife is, And the giving of the sunshine, ancl the tempest and the calm. We have done with strife'and passion, and the petty things that sever, We have joined our hands in union that our kinship may be true,. In the fight for weaker nations, in the resolute endeavor; In the faith that truth will triumph we are one, today, with you, And our love shines out the stronger in the peril of our kin, As the beacon burns the brighter when the black night closes in. We are one with you in sorrow—when the storm of battle rages. We are bound by ties of kinship that shall last through every age, By the memory of the heroes who have starred all history's pages, That we hold with you, forever, as our common heritage, By the deathless deeds of-daring that they wrought, by land...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

VICTORIAN RAILWAYS' PICTURESQUE VICTORIA The Victorian Railways issue SUMMER EXCURSION FARES to SEASIDE, MOUNTAINS,; RIVERS, LAKES, and CAVES from Nov. 15 till April SO. Week Inclusive Excursion Tickets to the BUFFALO PLATEAU All tlie Year Round. . - * \ * ^-i1. * ^ r » \ty * T W r'V -vJs .Jfc v%£ •n%;y-rnta. 4*5 *'"* 1vy/-sr\ rPvt-l-0> U^rv.n „„ ... ,. ?' i i* Mi Vs >>Hft ' "^Vii ir-n ' ■ «-'* irw>». hv : :f: ";; uj»5 \\ /-"* 3 - ">1 >i u ? j> ** *■> fr " t J\ \Y'„ *» ^ --T „ IMI.V, * %y... H «~v - ^ V'V ** *»? -T> *- ^,1>' « ^tv - - *>:,..,\s Jn— T\Ae.TR^c^ To MT. Baw Baw; x.,.. ,. •;, Tourist Resort* /-•/"kir'iT'K'VivrTT'lVT TOURIST BUREAU. Opposite Town TIall, COLl)IXS STREET, Melbourne. Full Information supplied in ro»:ml to., Excursions, I O • i Accommodation. &c. Handbooks, Maps and. Hotel Guides Frefe on Application.-; Telephones Nos. 2S9S and 2SiUV^"ytral. ' . V ;vrf ^ j.\ GEO. H. SUTTON,. Se'qgetarV. Cor Railways^ ; —ioTT^i nnd Publ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Cook and the Cattle King For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

.fws;— :: <!••» :: >►►»-• <x>—«« :: > <—^wgr=aw\ 1A|S mlAfj | The Cook and the Cattle King f ffi © By VANCE PALMER 12 For "The Weekly Times Annual" THE boring-camp, with its big derrick and handful of tents, was pitched on the top of a sun baked ridge, and got the full heat of the February sun. Now with the sandflies at their worst, and things automatically going wrong, every man's nerves were on edge. They had expected to be finished by Christmas, but though they were well over two thousand feet down, no water had been struck, and the drills blunted on the solid rock, the casing developed kinks, supplies failed to come regu larly from the township, and there was continual trouble with the engine. To cap it all, the cook turned un accountably cantankerous, and seemed intent upon making life a hell-upon earth for every man who entered the galley. He threw the badly-cooked food on the table as if he were tossing it into a trough, and kept tip ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BRIDGE For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

,jg=i i=i * For "The Weekly Times Annual" ^ —1 i===i By KATHARINE U. SUSANNAH V. PRICHARD -j Jii A SLENDER structure of moun tain ash logs and stringy bark planks, on tarred piles, with rails and cross-rails painted white, the new bridge stood across the slowly-moving, moody Siena River. The lightwoods were dark behind it: they went off into deep forests. Blue-dark, the wall of the range rose behind them. The wil low wattles on the river bank were in blossom. The river, brimming and shining silverly at a little distance, re flected the bridge, the dark trees, the wattle blossom, and a patch of blue sky with clouds drifting across it. "She's a fair treat of a little bridge, isn't she, Charley?" The engineer was standing half-way down the green slope before Granny Allen's weather - bleached, weather board shanty on the right bank of the river, smoking and brooding over the bridge as it had materialised from his drawings, dreams, specifications, anxious thoughts and altercations with t...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

THE ETERNAL TRIANGLE: HORACE, ETHEL AND BILL [Drawing by souter].

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

" My Favou rite'' FOR... Influenza Bronchitis Coughs Sore Throats Quinsy Colds Croup A Splendid Tonic! ®i=i | rrgggBtpa J 0 JE SS3 Pty. Ltd. BALLARAT ENGINEERS Manufacturers of CRUDE OIL ENGINES SUCTION GAS ENGINES SUCTION GAS PLANTS PUMPING PLANTS CHAFFCUTTERS SAW BENCHES AND JELBART'S OIL TRACTOR t > ^ ' ~ v i, i , m r v A A_ji ■ /cA. :-A' , »- 'vAr^" torSSaAi, . dA>\ -1 .A) fA"?S H y? J \ V/ ^ A ' v, - Af A -^■ktc5 <A; J\ 1R r — Jelbart's Suction Gas Plant. ®Jel hart's Tractor Ploughing1 in Queensland—10 inches deep, 2ft. Sin. wide—Work e<i"al to 12 Horses. @[=1= Jelbarf's Propy. Ltd. BALLARAT The JELBART ENGINE is the Most Economical Power Made It will operate on Kerosene, Crude Oil or Suction Gas ALL ENGINES are Fitted with MAGNETO IGNITION SUCTION GAS PLANTS Supplied to Burn Wood ALL ENGINES and SUCTION PLANTS Guaranteed for 12 Months, and started in Victoria Free of Charge This Engine specially appeals to Farmers. It is available in all sizes from ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCENES IN PAPUA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

1. The Walk Round Samarai, Papua 2. Rubber Tree Tapping 3. Among the Mists of Central Papua 4. A Mountain Torrent [Photographs by time. j. McManon.] SCENES IN PAPUA

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

FD □ :nS] □ When you are feeling weak after illness and need a tonic YOU'LL " FIND When coughing has torn your chest and throat to soreness WILL RESTORE YOUR HEALTH □ til is a PHOSPHOL palatably flavored Emulsion of the purest Cod Liver Oil with a rich addition of Hypophosphites. Q( Builds the body to resist the germ. <=§■=> <=§=> (I Your doctor will tell you Phosphol is good. OLD everywhere in large bottles. <=§=> Q Children like it. Q Write for free Phosphol booklet containing useful Health Hints and information useful to Mothers. PROPRIETORS: ROCKE, TOMPSITT & CO. MELBOURNE :□ £] n u The BRITISH Car HE reputation achieved by the Humber Car in pre-War times will be enhanced by the After-war Models. All that is best in workmanship, material and design, with all the new and improved methods that have been called into being by munitions' work will be concentrated in the H umber. Nothing will be lacking that is essential to efficiency,...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pickles and Powder [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

[jf*==3W =*11! m Pickles and Powder m ,By "KODAK" Y OUNG Harry had a habit of walking with his gaze fixed on the ground, and his mother and 'the minister, talking (it over together, guessed he was either going to be literary or religious. But Young Harry only did it be cause it paid. Twice in two years he had found threepence by looking where he was going, and he lived in hopes of doing it again. Saturday morning was always devoted to three pence hunting along the roads, and, this being Saturday, he was prospect ing just beyond the main street. Suddenly, half trodden into the red mud, he saw the milled edge of a sil ver disc. He restrained his first im pulse to yell, stooped down carelessly as though to tie his bootlace and pulled it out. Half-a-crown! Young Harry, trembling with guilty excitement, slid the coin into his pocket and knocked off for the day. Then he went and sat on the fence to think it over. When a bloke has got ten years' findings in one lump it takes a great deal o...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

Contractors to the Government of the Commonwealth Cartridge Factory: Maribyrnong River, Footscray Rolling Mills: Gordon Street, Footscray, Victoria; : Registered Office: Imperial Buildings, Kmgsway, W.C. 2, England Telegrams: Ammucolted, Melbourne City Office: Collins House, Melbourne; Tel. 1995 Head Office: Gordon St., Footscray; Tel. 10,660 (6 lines) Exterior view of Rollins,' Mills MANUFACTURERS of High-grade "C.A.C." Brass, Copper, and Nickel Silver Sheets Prompt Delivery ENQUIRIES INVITED (or Brass, Copper, Aluminium Castings, Stampings, Pressings, Spinnings, etc. asgsr-m^l V ▼

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Black Darrell's Deed [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

"jy1^ iff Black Darrell's Deed iff By RODERIC QUINN ONE winter night, at Malcolm's Farm, This was the tale the old wife told, And though her hair had lost its gold, And though her face was lined and old, Her eyes still held their charm. Though youth and love are very dear, Yet youth and love must fade, alas, And. I was young and life was sweet, When this I tell you came to pass. My husband was a stalwart man, And I, a bonnie wife, he said; No more a bonnie wife am I, My husband (rest his soul") is dead. True mates were we in joy and pain. For I was ever at his side— His right hand in his daily work, And twenty years ago he died. He died, and never man but one I mourned with such a flood of tears: JTis as a. loyal wife I speak, That man is dead these fifty years. I was but come to Malcolm's Farm, ('Tis long and sad the looking back!) A fond and foolish wife at best, When he I speak of crossed my track. '■Twas such a night as this we met— The red logs on the hearth aglow, The times ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

0 "WALLETS PHOTO CASES REDLN'G CHOPS STEEL MIRRORS COLLAR BOXES RUG STRAPS WATCH STRAPS ATTACHE CASES LUGGAGE T.ABELS BANK XOTE CASES LEATHER VESTS. Etc, REPAIRS CALLED FOR AM) DELIVERED PR03CPTLY 'Phone 2960 cm© Very Best, specially selected Solid Leather. Being ail hand-made, is recommended for hard wear. Corners are reinforced by strong Leather Caps, and Edges are a!I Leather Bound. Two strong battens on bottom. Steel Frame. One Trav. Be^t English Lever Lock, with Sliding Nozzle SCiin., £5 33in., £5/10/ 36in.. £6/10/ Similar Trunks, in strong Solid Leather. Narrow welting. Verv serviceable Trunk 30in., £4/5/- 33in., £4/15/- 36in„ £5/10/ Ladles" £-1 C— leather. t>icskin. Fitted as illustrat speeis.il;- suitable s S-.t Cas;s. in r-est solid .:7:o:-:- ~ ; r ;r — aterec silk linevL -.0 crier. B^autitullv inishec. Cases, -reseztation From £o 10 . T. C. JACKSON & CO. MONEY BELTS from 2 - to 15 - Trunk, Travelling lag and Leather Goods manufacturers 432 COLLINS STREET (Next S...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

- 3, Vrv^ , % r: ^ ptf/zrr B.AY,Lir^r/^OTorf ,(Ta$) ll's'i ~'j ^f-"* I* , I t,ij' 3?r T.r- r- — "-n^i rr **-<—£ T~,^ ' "-*/' jf. . -'yj'' v*. '*" i T-i It- * A .^.O* ■ £ -J«( 1 *£■ 'jl ■'-»—.Mru ■ U li". < » J»* j? .Jt »3f syM? .W~ *1 •■><.! ti'* .4^ Jiif" • /ji _ ,_1 Ait»£-L-P/TT$ Photo. £ « ■■"" Itt# " .' ^ v ' v-- < ^*5 — J5>«» -"'Tii^"l >f zr~~\ V? :^ Vi' > S! -* - » '» , *s ^ ^ •! 21''! n, * ^*\i- ..f /<L il - *t "" »■ ~ * *V y »r ' ' P ■>)■

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

CZDO U THE Q YORKSHIRE INSURANCE Company Ltd. UiH MR W 17 l,-< 1 h,£tabhshed ASSETS PS, ML °ver , Nearly £6,000,000 100 Years Established 1824 FIRE :: LIVE STOCK ACCIDENT :: MARINE GROWING CROPS INSURED AGAINST FIRE and HAIL WORKERS' COMPENSATION Lowest Current Rates and ABSOLUTE SECURITY VICTORIAN BRANCH: 30 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE [J E. W. SCOTT, Manager jj O I != 1 O NOTHING that you can give to a man will afford him so much satisfaction, day in and day out for so long a period as ai Gillette Safety Razor. The most popular of all Xmas gifts for men—it serves a necessary purpose. The Gillette Safety Razor is the razor that made self-shaving popular. It is used by over seven million Gillette standard Set men- Gives the cleanest shave of (as illustrated above) any razor and is absolutely SAFE. The original Gillette Set tliat ' . introduced the modern way of Something he will treasure and use li shaving — no stropping, no 0 overnSCon °aTns Triple Silver- - It is that best gif...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

0 □ □ 'I Bought It at Gaunt's 50 Years Ago" =□ © □ abe Douse Jov (Bents.. \%\i •V, ff $ I Christmas (Bifts Jewellery Silver, E.P. Ware Watches and Clocks Wrist Watches in Great Variety EST. 1852 REPAIRS BY EXPERTS EYESIGHT TESTED GRATIS T. GAUNT & CO. rs- "=SJr Ltd. OPTICIANS 337-339 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE □ WRITE FOR OUR CATALOGUES Fin □ □ a Clovers, Lucerne Fodder Crops, etc. ~\ _,v.„ ^,1.1,1^ A' " i. •' '-4 v*V'4?. x\ z t, / * -1 - . ^rc-.' vV-i.V ~ . »\-J ' >> .."•J -, V ' ' * \*'*'V * ' T| 'W "!* r *-v - ^ -•> -v ,V' - •.av- -.>4 H..,.v „ '»£;>Cv• • - ^ v:< $ r-;^ **\v*V >s ^ -a" i I ** * f, . i',' '',v--4- .J* \ V> <v./-' ;;', * \ "4" r*' ,.-1 ' vtfl > "*^1 , ^ . ^j||j| '"4^ '* $53 JS.,. S JU £/<^* ";f : • - <«d! "^ > ^"' * - "v^sa SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER The most nutritious herbage grown, splendid for grazing. Grows in dry, sandy soil and gravelly pastures. WE are head quarters for all Agricul tural...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

•■Registered at tlie General Tost Offlce, Melbourne, for Transmission by Post as a Newspaper]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

tholLQht-i - - -r— ** ^ ,,IL ;1f] .rSxiwi™-;?., __ 't Happiness "VY/HEN the bustle of the busy day is over-—when you gather about the evening lamp in quiet contemplation of your future happiness —consider then that the Overland is a convenience which means both health and happiness. Use pogcfefity of O^reffeii-d motor esis es_ iKtegsng-wiidi great' ispiclitY.thnki^hottb tbe world, not oalv because of triefr strnrdr GeEenesbdiiy amd beauty Ijcrt slsa because tkeir tremendous sales make possible ecocoiiiic prcdoctiosi tnsfe is re&cledl is tneir tnuiTalieti low prices* 500,000 now have gone into use. Tire range of Overland. models is so> coiiipreaeiisiTe fcbai one of them is sure to fee suited to vour needs as yoer perse.. Aiig we sire booking orders new,, to lie sure of prompt deliveries,. Orerksd cars are complete Willi electric feats* electric starter, magneto ignition, demountable rims, &e. r Ful peitscilaf^ sad tke Iciest catalogue are obtainable from ;; 3ie«scs...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x