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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

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 original, and that the'latest improvements are found only on the "Mitchell." Think over this, and also what follows. 16 ill OVER 1905 50 "MITCHELLS" ON ONE 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 ACRES without co...

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

® r;_:rrr7 [aaaaa] [a] ra Two Famous SHINES: "WUNSAWEEK BOOT POLISH 9 9 "RADIANT" METAL POLISH They are worth trying Obtainable at all stores Wholesale Distributing Agents: JAMES BELL & CO., 9 Queen St., Melbourne j @ ANCHOR BRAND Stands for HIGHEST QUALITY in ... Rope, Cordage, Binder Twine Seaming and Roping Twines Ask your Suppliers for ANCHOR BRAND 1 There is Nothing Better i i MANUFACTUR K D BY JAMES MILLER & CO. Pty. Ltd. 357 - 359 Little Collins Street, Melbourne Works : Yarraville Brunswick :[=]H Hello! New Car?"— No, John, it's the old one — polished up with Johnson's Prepared Wax. And I did it myself, in a jiffy. But, wait until you see the house! I have used this polish on all the furniture and woodwork — they look just like new!" Happy are the reflections of the house wife who uses JOHNSON'S Prepared Wax gives a lustrous polish of great durability. To all furniture, floors, woodwork—to all finished surfaces—it imparts a hard glass-like surface which never...

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

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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

u An Interstate Fleet-Melbourne Steamship Coy. U It is only a few years since the Melbourne Steamship Company entered I 11 into the Interstate Trade, and already its fleet of black-red-black funnelled \IJ Steamers is well-known throughout Australia. Its most important Liner is \ the Steamer Dimboola, a very handsome vessel painted grey, and one of the finest seaboats on the Coast. The Passenger Accommodation of this Steamer is most up-to-date and comfortable, in fact comfort is the leading feature of all the Company's Steamers. The Saloon is on the bridge deck, and each Cabin is fitted with a wardrobe and drawers, and has a large square hinged window instead of the old-fashioned porthole. This Steamer is fitted with Marconi Wireless. One of the best-known of the fleet is the Sydney, which regularly does the round trip to Tasmania, thence to Sydney, via Eden, one of the most popular Excursions and calls at the following Ports after leaving Melbourne:—Stanley, Devonport S.S. DI3IBOOLA...

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

The Valley of Yak a -Yak THE only road was the wild thing's track, Down to the valley of the Yak-A-Yak; But he with the heart of the pioneer, Muscle of giant, and vision of seer, Looked on that valley and saw his home, And the home of the children that were to come. The place lay readjr and waiting there, For him the gallant and eager heir; A million years, and a million days Did Nature make by her patient ■ ways, By drifting earth, and by mouldering wrack His loamy valley of Yak-A-Yak. Long, oh! long, did the trowel of Time, , ■ . . ; Smooth the tangle and lay the slime, Mellow and rot the mighty limb, To make that valley a place for him. Coming and going of leaf and bole, Bones of. her creatures paid the toll, Making it gracious, and sweet the soil, For his stout, strong arms that ache for toil. Forests above it and underneath, Seeds of life on the bones of death; Patient and long she has wrought to make That valley golden for his dear sake. Son of a savage of idle race, Brawny of...

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

BOSISTO'S PAR RAND" The Australian IReinBdy For... Coughs Colds Sore Throats® .1 li!!"1: Bronchitis and all Catarrhal Conditions Dose for an ADULT: Three drops on :: sugar several times a day. For a CHILD: One drop. To hasten recovery, the vapour of the Oil should be inhaled by means of a handker chief. As an EMBROCATION' FOR RHEUMATISM the Oil should be rubbed well into the skin until a warm glow is set up. CAUTION.— Beware of Inferior Oils which may do harm rather than good 0 Iks Ask for Bosisto's "Parrot Brand" y.c--•'! WM* J,M' f HE Mask with which for years Time, "Worry, and all kinds of facial blemishes have been spoiliug your per sonal appearance, can now be quickly removed by my latest and most up-to-date V'rench Methods aud Home Treatment."" My •-'kill and ability are well known throughout 'he Commonwealth, and if you have any Hair or Skin worry, write to me and T WILL and CAN help you. My aim is 'o make a succers of each case submitted to me for treatment, and I have recen...

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

Ol D o Q A "Queen Anne" Dining Room by Chas. Johnston & Co. Period Furniture is a specialty of ours in which we take great pride. The "Queen Anne" Furniture illustrated is a triumph of White Labor designing and construction, and is entirely pro duced in our own factory. Write for Illustrated Catalog—post free on request. I um & White Labor Furniture Manufacturers Gertrude Street Fitzroy (Melbourne) "Queen Anne" Dining Room Furniture in richly figured Australian Black wood. Exceptional value at the prices quoted:—9-piece Dining Suite, £37/10/0: 6ft. Sideboard, £21; 4ft. Dinner Waggon, £12/15/0; Oval Extension Table, extending to 7ft. x 4ft., £11/10/0. D o □ CZZ3: E S & CO PTY. LTD. M ■URA THE FIRM to communicate with as to Prospects of Fruit Lands and any information about MILDURA and Irrigation Matters Generally Visitors given every facility for inspection Correspondence is invited and always receives prompt attention Telephone : 235 Mildura Telegraphic Addre...

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

:'i1131: ——hH—H-%|: i <$► i :=i W. i: :i For The Weekly Times Annual" :! i: ;l I By MONTAGUE GROVER i i }" I HE disappearance of Councillor Whafflesmith, of Brunswick, was the best mystery the papers had had for years. The only unfortunate part of it was its completeness. Newspapers love mysteries, but they must not be too mysterious. Fate "had overdone it, and the smiles which greeted Boot well, roundsman of the Melbourne "Signal,"-when he arrived at the office on the first day of the mystery turned to stolid, if not scowling, indifference when the eighth day passed without an additional fact being available. Even Bootwell's desperate efforts to discover that Councillor Whafflesmith had been, first, an embezzler of trust funds; and, second, a Lothario of forty moving-picture power, had proved fruitless. Councillor Whafflesmith was found, after the closest scrutiny of his private life, to be precisely the irre proachable and uninteresting person he had appeared to be when...

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

■ 1' •r*"Tr»Tr~-T,»- fNW*.Tt^Ti SNOWBALLING ON H.M.A.S AUSTRALIA IN THE NORTH SEA [Photograph by John Ivenshole]

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

Only the finest, selected Fruit grown in each State is used in our produces. Every tin is full weight. In Canned Fruit a special 1-lb. tin is put up to suit the requirements of small families. FACTORIES AT ABBOTSFORD VICTORIA SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES BRISBANE QUEENSLAND HOBART TASMANIA

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

_ . _ . . ,. „ r-. rAustrnlian OfTicia 1 Phniofcrapli] AUSTRALIAN BAND MARCHING THROUGH BURNING BAPAUME

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

\L* \-~fym H '■"•X <v ~~ f /? f7 •yC. }n <? / t V 'fU/A ' - s '> \W£M H 11 C &? ^ &H wMA' ^#i si, >- r/\)»ii1 Y4->m( mwe,h kI i- '~a 1} A jM;#/-* wi3« Ir®v, 4\u5^ , :5 Tkifoodo^iiee "[ * OFFICES &» 5T°RE,J 4-SKlNG 5T, MEL80WRh£ ..:* . ^"5»i\ING oT., Mttsuvnn- < t _ 1RM1 -?T—- < i f^c 1 Fresh 9 /" I AHINK what it would mean in .your housekeeping to always have at hand a sure and safe supply of | fresh, pure milk—of milk that cannot go sour, but keeps for months in any weather—of milk with the natural milky taste, without the sugary^sickly richnessof ordinary substitutes. Wouldn't it save you much in worry and trouble? S>.HraJ£ Jit 11 (SEPARATED MILK IN TRUFOOD is simply fresh separated miik in powder form. To reduce it again to fluid all you have to do is to fill a jug with water and add the required amount of Powder (full directions as to quantity are given on the tin). Then you have a milk, pure, fresh ...

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

By EDWARD S. SORENSON For "The Weekly Times Annual" <$> &T AMONG the first lot ot' town visitors at Mundilla shed was one who attracted the attention of the board almost to a man. She was a beautiful giri of 23, sym metrical and graceful from her tan shoes to the top of her crinkled brown hair;' a dignified, immaculate young lady, that most of them likened to a lovely flower blooming out of reach. As she moved slowly along the hoard, quietly but keenly observant, one eye after another was slyly cocked in her direction; and while some blew softly through puckered lips, others expressed their feelings with lifted brows and indrawn breaths. "How would you like to have her, Sootty?" asked Barney M'Mahon of his pen-mate, who was taking a linger ing back view of the retreating beauty. "My word, she's a daisy, eh?" he responded, admiringly. " 'Bout the daintiest bit of goods T've seen for some time." added Red Tom, a big Bogan River native. "Who is she?" "Ke'ra M'Kenz...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prahran A Busy melbourne——Shopping Centre [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 3 November 1917

_/ZBusyr IHeLbourney— —^/hopping Centre OXE of the sights of Melbourne is Chapel street, Prahran. on a Friday night, when shop ping is in full swing- With its brilliantly-lighted em poriums and shops, this popular thoroughfare presents an animated spectacle. Prahran pulsates with life. Crowds of shoppers are attracted thither by the facilities for bargain hunting which are to be found in the numerous large drapery or other establishments which line both sides of Chapel street. On this page we make reference to a notable quartette among Prabran's great commercial houses. CHAS. M. READ STORES . An architectural feature of Chapel street is the impressive corner-block of Read's Emporium, the "Mecca of the Thrifty." It gives the visitor an idea of solidity and artistic beauty, with its massive walls and finely proportioned pillars—an impression which is heightened by the internal arrangements of these wonderfully up to-date premises. The fittings and appointments alone are estimated to h...

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

CLEARING THE LAND [Photograph by G. D. Beer]

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

THE GLASSES FOR YOU ! JK ? »111 r^#| 4|; =\'~v •^ '1 <*|, : '"s il- fe.tj t i i « When we adjust Fits-U Eyeglasses to )^our nose they remain securely in place until you take them off. Best of all, they are perfectly comfortable and "good looking. If you are interested in better eyesight and better eye glasses we will gladly explain many other Fits-U advantages. SPECIAL NOTICE— Our Long-established and Only Address: ALFRED NOTT, Optician 145 COLLINS STREET (Corner of Collins and Russell Streets), MELBOURNE III

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

I ' - - ^ f UALITY SOME ROSELLA SPECIALTIES : Rosella Lemon Butter—^children love it" Rosella Orange Marmalade—"it makes you eat" Rosella Tomato Sauce—"Has tlie largest sale in the world" Rosella Fruit Chutney —"A great favorite" Rosella Plum Pudding—"The proof is the eating. Prove it" Rosella Canned Asparagus—"Specially selected from a famous Asparagus district" Rosella Mince Meat—"A delicious sweetmeat" u Note the Gold Enamel Lining. ROSELLA JAMS and CANNED FRUITS are packed in Acid-Proof Gold Enamelled Tins equal to Glass Jars Rosella Canned Apricots. o n Made from Specially Selected, Luscious, Ripe Fruits Rosella Tomato Soup—the Flavor Lingers. ° /^l Wo o ng Company Limited CREMORNE GARDENS, RICHMOND, VICTORIA Also at BENDIGO, HOBART, ADELAIDE and SYDNEY

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

[All the stories verses and illustrations in "The Weekly Times Annual" are protected under the Federal Copyright Act 1912]

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

Where Australia's Be& Hams and Bacon are Manufactured J. C. HUTTON Pty. Ltd.'s Fine Up-to-date Fadtory at Preston, Vidtoria One of the Finest Exhibits at the Royal Show, Melbourne, 1917 II The popularity of HUTTON'S HAMS and BACON is exemplified in the above photograph, which illustrates ▼ how the volume of Christmas Trade is handled ' ▼

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

DEEDS and WORDS The deeds of the Crossley on all fronts have brought forth words of unstinted praise from those who have witnessed Crossley work. War records are the criterion by which post-war cars muft be judged, and while the Crossley can produce war service evidence of exceptional character, it can also add experience unsurpassed in internal combustion engine practice. For efficiency and value, the post-war Crossley mu£t commend itself to all thinking motorists. Let Your Next Car be a Crossley 4 0 H Crossley Motors Limited Telephone: Builders of Quality Cars Telegrams: City 4611 (3 lines) MANCHESTER " Motors Gorton' London Office and Service Depot:-50 Page Street, Westminster, S.W.I. AUSTRALIAN AGENTS: JAS. A. MUNRO & CO., 493 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Vic. DA VIES & SEHON LTD., 112-114 Hunter Street, Sydney. N.S.W. It M " n n t> o ft n t> m iv "^3*=—O ==□=! I

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