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No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

MOONLIGHT ON FLOOD WATERS [Photograph by Chas. Whitelaw]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

Makes Money and Saves Trouble The "BUNYIP" FOREST DEVTLi is indispensable to every Farmer, and thoroughly justifies the term applied to it of being The Most Wonderful Invention of the Age It is so simply worked that a child can use it, and yet has such tremendous strength that huge trees, giant boulders, and most pugnacious stumps can be cleared away as though they were mere matchwood. It saves you pounds on every acre cleared, and an immense amount of time and trouble. Send for full details and catalogue. We are also agents for "Anvil" Brand Plough Shares, Speedie's Automatic Rabbit Trap, also Drenching Bits, Clippers, Mouth Gags, &c., &c. JOHN COOPER e- SONS "For All Farming Ironmongery" 287-9 Elizabeth Stkeet, Melbourne OLDEST. Ncar]y 5? years' Gold Medals Awarded. 2 iti Reputation, London. 1900. 1900 and BEST, J- vSfcfe] "M: a'so Parl, —a™, Russia 8 Royal If.««. Children. " |£ j SOLD EVERYWHERE IN CHEAPEST. £* ) packed5for^ustrIl!a than any other. best Food It st...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Higher Fame [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

Si/ r./// ire C. TumhoLlzs J £ ^ [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] LRL you won't be lonely. 11 olen "Lonely. with the Lillikins?" lrroni the big- red chair beside the glowing- tire. Helen looked up at her sister with a happy fewing laugh. "Pon't be silly!" she ,,;<:--d. snuggling the Lillikins' we body close to her. "Go i.u;g and enjoy yourselves, and don't tib.itu me. or next time I come w;;v with you 1 won't offer to stay ,nu- and mind your precious babe single lime!" Nate e laughed in her soft, quiet istened the last button of her long kid glove, and knelt on the hearthrug in all her pretty evening finery to kiss "the precious babe". "Yni! won't forget to warm his nightn- before you put it on. will you .lent"."' va ■ Helen pinched the radiant young mother's cheek. "If you gave one mere order. I'll resign my position of 'pusson-in-charge.' nnd you'll just ha\*e to stay home and warm his nightie yourself. Po you think T don't un derstand. n bahy?" Nance smiled, very tender...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

fei THE 7< RING ' ' ' that the C ^ young man gives to the maid, and by wearing which she tells to all the world of her betroth a1* shculd be siuc'ded with Diamcnds» the purest of all gcrrs, yet having 1 thepcwer to fash ard sparkle as if filled with the joy of life, and X retaining their hearty and their a IV value indifferent to the passing 37 si of the vears. Wrist Watches in Great Variety, Silver and x Electro Plate, ? Opera and Field Glasses. Mail Orders promptly dispatched Repairs by Experts. j Euesiaht Tested Gratis. Watchmakers, Jewellers, Established Opticians. 1852. * 337-339 BOIRKE ST.. MELBOURNE Buy Direct from th: Manufacturers & CO. 'PHONE 2950 Next Scott's Hoiel Next Mutual Store Near King Street CV« XOTU:—We uianuraeture till our own oods. tiud can therefore ii'iiaraniee every article we sell.^ CATALOGS POST FREE guaranteed Cowhidt throughout 16 in. 16/- 18 in. 18/ Every Description of RIPAIRS A SPECIALTY /~-7i.'-on is the stndeiest form of flattery...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

Special Number of "THE WEEKLY TIMES" \ [ |\\ IKegistered at the General Post Odice, Melbourne, for Transmission by l'ost 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 — 7 November 1914

To London, calling at Durban and Capetown, carrying ONE Class of Passengers only NEW TWIN-SCREW These Steamers are sister ships, their STEAMSHIPS principal dimensions being as follow: BALLARAT 11.100 Tons Register. BEIiTAXA 20,000 Tons Displacement. BEN ALL A 520 Feet Long. BFRR1MA 02 Feet Broad. ROl?l) \ 41 Feet Dppti. —Also 1 1 GEELOXG. 795 1 Tons. COMMON WEALTH. GO 11 Tons. FAKES: Sydney. Melbourne. Launces- ) Single £1G to £20 ton. Hobart, or Adelaide to S Mn;ll) , , \ Return. £30/12/ to £3< 1G London J Or Sydney. Melbourne. Adelaide to London, via Cape, and return ing: second saloon via Suez Canal, per P. and O. mail steamer. £49/19/ to £53/11/. Sydney Melbourne Launces- } gln le el3/ls/ to £i7/17/. ton. Hobart, or Adelaide to S « ' t-\ •* \ Return. £21/10/ to £2o/10/. Capetown or Durban J For Full Particulars, Illustrated Pamphlets, Dates of Sailing,- &c.. Write to John-Sanderson &- Co., in William Street mi— ir>c mi tui jptsii i [iii—i rail nan—....

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

rw The "MITCHELL" The World's Best Drill, Made in Australia Certain Drill makers are copying the "Mitchell," in as many ways as possible. Three Drills of recent makes are straight-out copies of the "Mitchell." A poor thing is never chosen to be copied, but always the best. As the imitators chose the "Mitchell" to copy, you see plainly what Drill they think is the best. Buyers should remember they can't get "Mitchell" patented wheel Bushes (which alone add £5 to the value yet cost you nothing extra) nor Mitchell experience, in any of the imitations, that copies never equal the orig inal, and that the latest improvements are found only on the "Mitchell." Think over this, and also what follows. OVER 50 "MITCHELLS" ON ONE ESTATE 50 in 1909. 16 in 1905 "The 'MITCHELL' DRILLS (16 in number) purchased by our share farmers on this estate, have given every satisfaction, and I have much pleasure in testifying to their all-round capabili ties. Some of these machines have drilled ONE THOUSAND A...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

(8k B? g| ' ^ VICTORIAN RAILWAYS ^SKSKT \tg „ S. - . * lV ^ I | ,v- ^ *% «."% Jt ,-' < -clK; *> Victoria for your Vacation ^r\;7%sl The Victorian Railways issue Summer. Excursion Fares to Seaside, Moiintaiiis. Rivers. 2 c: r, / « Fakes and Caves, from 14th November till 30th April. Special Fares to ,'Mt. Buffalo ^ all s ' i*\' "Nf? sijjpf V\ the year round. Inquire re Special Inclusive Week Trips to Mt. Buffalo and Healesville. .■■ ^"T, >9 /jqrf. " >. V^<*. ' • -m- '-~aH !.* $£. ■ V\ **52 •f ^PyT" " ^ .dk-,4 " If imfd "«?£ #5*" . :?«?; /"*v YTCTORIAN COYERNMEXT TOURIST lU'RKAY. uv.umi:\.> VUM IMiAJLI'.AX K)l HIST lU'RKAV. Collins street (opposite Town ilall), City. Inquire personally or^by letter r^HoUclay Jrips, Tourists' 'Resorts, &c. Tickets issued daily. Telephone _ Jy S- REES, for Acting Secretary for Railways. Printed and Published by WALTER R. MAY for "The Herald" and "The Weekly Times" (Limited), "at" the 0ffice;~^7ner of

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

There are now 718,281 De positors. with £23,266,826/2/8 to to their credit. Branches at 123 of the prin opal cities, towns and suburbs O of Victoria, with 331 Agencies at the smaller towns. Deposits received from 1/- to T £1000. 11 Interest allowed on sums from 1/ £! ro £350 as follows: — £' 3.| per cent, on sums up O to £ 1 00. r i 3 oer cent, on excess over Up to three-fifths of valuation On broad Acres £2000 to £25,000 On Town Properties £500 to £25,000 for a term of 3 or 5 years, with option of paying off a portion*of principal on any pay day Credit foocler Sjnans T! I I J pKBij I I & !. fl y £100 up to £350. Depositors may also purchase Deposit Stock, in sains from til) to it 000. bearing interest at 3 per cent, in addition to having- an or dinary account bearing interest up to t'.RGO. 'I Safe [Deposit Department -:V for the exclusive use of Deposi tors is now established for the safe custody of valuables. re SS Locked boxes and scaled packets Up to two-thirds of valuat...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Moral Suasion [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

By B\andolph Bedford I* or "The Weekly Times Annual" Regard had been late I'm- the office that morning; very late; for having missed the in frequent 'bus to Syd ney lie had an hour or more to wait for the next. Ho was very an noyed at the delay, being ordinarily one of the most punctual of men. The trouble was all caused by the profane dog: having been kicked early in the morning for the crime of worrying a cushion in the drawingroom, he had come lovingly while Mr Regard sat at breakfast, and. in token of forgive ness. hail licked all the polish off his master's boots. The rage and pun ishment on the discovery of the ami able intention had puzzled the dog as well as pained him. He went to tin1 most remote corner of the pad dock. asking himself bitterly why the tenderest hearts are most often mis understood. After studying this sub ject for a tinny he began a grass hopper hunt, and forgot the miserable man who had flouted him. Mean tinny his master lost the "bus in the necessity of r...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

A SOUTHERLY BLOW NEAR SYDNEY HEADS I I'bof.oyrapb by Tlios. ('iimminsj

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The CAPTURE of the OUTLAW [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

f's&j outlaw /Jy zJZajjJa rjJd. [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] 'ER since Neil had come to Woolomin as jackeroo, Davis had steadily baited him. Davis was manager of the next place, "but he came over to the station every week end, and was a favo rite in the quarters. He was what men called a "good fellow;" he could play a good game of bridge, sing songs to the accompaniment of his banjo, and tell stories which left his listeners in gales of laughter. Neil was slim, with dainty hands and feet that gave him almost an effeminate appearance. Only a keen judge of character would have read the underlying strength of character that lay behind his calm, grey eyes and hard, firm chin; certainly, Davis did not. He only noted the clear skin which flushed as easily as a girl's, the small-boned wrists and ankles, and the almost puritanical turn of the boy's mind; therefore, he christened him Saint Kitty—for the boy's name was Christopher. Neil had flushed angrily at the christening, and f...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

[All the stories, verses and illustrations in -The Weekly Times Annual- are promoted under the Federal Copyright Aei 1912.1

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

SPRING BLOSSOM AND AUTUMN LEAVES [Photograph by A. Sutcliffe]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

ON THE CLIFFS

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Getting the Business Over. [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

rTV <§> umncr Lo Cko [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] NE passenger for the motor," said Dan, the station porter, as the hoy who drove the car between the railway and " Ghost's Gap " came on to the plat form. "Something from gay Paree. looks to me," continued Dan. "Got a decoration on her head like the monu ment of a slaughtered Tommy Atkins, and carries more gold plate about her than a pawnbroker's shop with two windows. You've got something in teresting before you, Billie, if she's running the whole thirty mile. Dunno where she wants to go." With this Dan turned into his cottage at the side of the line. Now that the "ten-thirty up" had gone through there was no need for him to linger about; and he went off to train up his flowering nasturtiums and the car boy took charge of his passenger. The "something' from gay Paree" had taken her seat in the motor, and was smilingly admiring Billie, who was fairly young and pretty uncom fortable under her scrutiny. He was one of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINES [Photographs by Flo. Grolimuua, W. McNicoll and A. W. Burman]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Messrs. Dorman, Long & Coy.'s Office and Works [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

Portion of Xew Works in Course of Frection (For descriptive matter Messrs. Dorman, Long &- Coy.'s Office and Works "^HE head office and works of Messrs Dorman, Long and Company Limited are at T Middlesbrough, England, and cover an area of 4 00 acres, which is occupied by construction works and rolling mills, where all sections of mild steel, including large quantities of galvanised, corrugated arid plain sheets, are manufactured.- Ten thou sand men are employed,1 and their out put is enormous, exceeding annually 3 00,000 tons of finished material alone, a large quantity of which is manufac tured into steel buildings, bridges and roofs, besides which they have their own collieries, ironstone mines, and quarries, from which are obtained the necessary ores, etc., for the manufac ture of raw materials. Their works in Victoria are in South Melbourne, and are bounded by Grant, Hanna, Miles and Moore streets, the offices being in Grant street. The area occupied is about five acres....

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Rush School [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

HE bells in every belfry chimed out for Christmas Eve. The Bell-bird rang the bell for school, but only make-believe. The scholars all assembled—the Platypus, the Bears, The Pelican, the Wallaby, the Frogs in steps and stairs. 1 taught them sums and singing, one, two, three, and do. re, me; I taught them marching two and two, I taught them A. B, C; 1 taught them making paper boats, and spelling cat and dog; But all the Bunnies hurried off, and scampered down a log. I stood the Kookaburra upon the dunce's stool: He laughed and chuckled all the time, and was not good in school. The wicked, bad Goanna put out his tongue at me; It was blue, and out and in again. He thought I did not see! They all were bad. They made me cross. I wampished round my cane, For naughty Willy Wagtail was wagging it again. But suddenly the Baby Bears squeaked out, "It's Christmas Day! "Why should we stay in school at all? And why not really play?" "11; playing school is fun to you, it is not fun to us— "The Pe...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 7 November 1914

Sir Luke White. Mr. Landon Ronald. Mr. Hall Caine. Mr. Henry Arthur Jones. Madame Sarah Grand. Mr. E. F. Benson. Sir F. Milnei. What do you find best to keep you in good health r SOME DISTINGUISHED PEOPLE RELATE THEIR EXPERIENCE. IfTZ 0 • V f.' ; % Mr. B. W. Leader, R.A, . I HAVE) given Sanatogen a fair " n /I^ experience has been that, as lc ANATOGKN has done everything " T HA\ h. for two months been suffer trial. My experience confirms \/I a tonic nerve-food, Sanatogen for me which it is said to be | ing from a rather severe at'.avk j: the medical opinion—there is no 1VA has on more than one occasion nui~ +n rln fnr of nprvons Congestion of the Lungs. I n:u j; longer that feeling of fatigue which done me good." t Kp™,i tn now recovering and rapid!v regaining |i one previously experienced but there . debility and exhaustion. I began to strength, which I attribute in a great i follows from its use a distinct restorative If take it after nearly four years' enforced measure to my havi...

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