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No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

Where Australia's Best Hams and Bacon are Manufactured J. C. HUTTON Pt}'. Ltd.'s Fine Up-to-date Factory at Preston, Victoria — One o{ the Finest Exhibits at the Royal Show, Melbourne, 1918. 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 — 2 November 1918

n§j l£5J The Quality Cars and Motor Cycles AT the present time our Manufacturing Resources \ are devoted to the requirements of the Allied Governments. The world demand for HUMBERS, the result of 50 years' reputation for all that is finest in Car, Motor Cycle arid Cycle construction, will be met with the least possible delay after the cessa tion of hostilities! Our post-war models will profit by the new and improved methods of manufacture that the times have evolved. Quality will still remain a supreme feature. You should register your name now on our waiting list. The 10 h.p. HUMBER EITHER 2-3, or 4 SEATER. Deservedly popular. Speedy. Silent and' Easy to Drive; the car for Economy and Comfort. The 14 h.p. HUMBER 5 SEATER. Equal to any demand. In appearance vies with the most costly cars and rivals them in efficiency. The 3*/2 h-P- Twin Humber Motor Cycle A marvel of consistent reli ability. Built to ensure an absence of mechanical troubles. HUMBER LIMITED Works-COVENTRY, ENGLAND ::...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

The H ome .. of .. High-grade White Labor Furniture SPECIALLY selected, thoroughly seasoned, Australian and Imported Timbers, fashioned ljy skilled craftsmen in Johnston's well-equipped "White Labor Factory ensure some of the finest Furniture the world can produce. Our Showrooms exhibit a Magnificent Kangc of Artistic Well-built Furniture, designed on modern lines l'or modern Homes. Also an exquis ite display of choice Period Furniture—Queen Anne. Tudor, Jacobean, &c. —carried out in true Period character. Our Carpet Showroom is the Largest in the Commonwealth. Over 1-500 Carpet Squares — finest quality Tapestries, Axminstcrs, Wiltons, Brus sels, etc.—are displayed llat on the Showroom Hoor, enabling- you to judge exactly how they will look when laid in your own home. We also carry complete stocks of all Home Furnishings, Crockery, Ironmongery, Man chester Goods, etc. „! Let us submit an estimate for the Complete Furnishing of your Home —whether mansion, villa, or cottage. E...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

s □ □ □ 0 □ NORTHERN Assurance Company Limited Accumulated Funds £7,918,000 FIRE ACCIDENT Workers' Compensation Head Office for Australasia : 448 Collins Street, Melbourne □ □ H □ □ s HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. Guaranteed by the Australian Commonwealth Government Open for Business 20tli January, 1913. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Branches are open in all the principal Cities and Towns of Australia, London (2), Warminster (Salisbury Plain), Hurdcott, Weymouth, and Rabaul (New Britain) Agents and Correspondents throughout the World Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 1/- Minimum Deposit 3 per cent. Interest up to £300 pflfeili BRANCHES in the Chief Centres, and over 2750 Agencies and Receiving Offices at Post Offices throughout Aus tralia, Papua, New Britain, Solomon Islands, and the Pacific. HEAD OFFICE—SYDNEY. ON 31st MARCH, 1918. General Bank Dejiosits £31,901,759 Other Items . . . . . . . . £2,532,903 400,974 Savings Bank Depositors £14,280,3...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

AUSTRALIANS BRINGING UP THE GUNS ■ , ''^A -* j?w:* > * -fwe? «*- ^ jy—^ ;7V^ Ll'i'Om tht' l'iiinting by II. Septimus Power]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DROVER [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

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Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

THE SPLITTERS [Photograph by A. Sutcliffe]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Drayload of Britons For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

A Dravload of Britons By "KODAK" For "The Weekly Times Annual" I WHEN three shy and solemn strangers filed silently into the studio of Harry Easton, the artist wondered for one furious minute which of his creditors had done the unspeakable thing and put the bailiffs in. But as soon as the strangers had found seats for them selves he got good news. "We're a depyertation from th' Grand United Bricklayers, Mr Easton," said the spokesman, his knobby hands resting honestly, knuckles up, on his knees. "We 'ave come to you, Mr Easton, knowin' wot you can do, ter fix us a real slap-up tabler for the Eight Hours procession—an' I may say we don't mind spendin' up ter fifty quid on it. Now, Mr Easton, wot do you say?" "Yes, that's a very fair price. It's to be on a lorry, of course?" "That's the ideer!" said the spokes man, and his two supporters chimed in, "That's the ideer!" "And had you anything in mind— any particular subject you fancied?" "Well, we was thinkin' of 'avin' Ancient Britons—B...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEA LEAVES AND SUNSHINE For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

TEA LEAVES AND SUNSHINE For "The Weekly Times Annual" I ACH day seems like a hundred years with Dad away in And many of his letters lost at However much we try to hope, we fear the word "Advance," For those we love must buy the A'ictory: And when the cables talk about "Retirement"—well, we hide The paper till we get a chance to know Just whether Dad's brigade is named —we mind how Mother cried The day the Fifth went out to meet the foe. It all came right next mail—but still, it's long and long to wait, And when there hasn't been a word for days, We long and dread by turns to see the mailman at the gate The color of the envelopes betrays He hasn't got a telegram; how soon we find it out! (Our sight" has grown so keen, you cannot think!) His cheery greeting drives away the momentary doubt— But ah! suppose the envelope were pink ? France, sea I know what it is like too well—there's Jessie Halliday, Who used to write to Attenborough's Sam, And send him socks, and scarves, and things: wi...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Cricket and the Star For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

The Cricket and the Star For "The Weekly Times Annual" SANG the Cricket—"Hurry, hurry! Summer's fading, gardens sunny Soon must bend 'neath winds of Winter, Autumn's gold is here already. .See the dry leaves softly falling Where the creeping shadows lengthen. See the gorgeous dahlias flaming, And the Autumn roses blushing To brave zinnias unbending— Like the warriors of olden. While the phlox, the Fairy people, In between grass borders laughing, Lift their dew-wet faces shyly Listening to my loud, shrill piping. Summer's fading . . . hurry, hurry! Breathes the air the tang of Autumn, Smell of burning leaves and stubble. Soon the plough will turn the black soil Up above the yellow'd grasses . . . Summer passes ... hurry, hurry!" Sang the Cricket, piping shrilly. Far along the beach the green waves Lift themselves with slow precision. Curving shorewards, gliding down, they Move with stately, steady rhythm. Up the bright sand, marching onward. As they come the shadows lengthen, And the...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LAUGHING —— PHOTOGRAPH For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

THE LAUGHING ■= <= PHOTOGRAPH For "The Weekly Times Annual" By M. FORREST I'LL keep it for 'the day when you'll forget me—and then, perhaps, I will understand why you are laughing." She spoke without bitterness, for *ven to her, with the deep well of hereditary Celtic melancholy behind • the bubbling fount of mirth in her Irish heart, it did seem a little queer— almost indecent, in fact—to speak of the possibility of his forgetting! In the years in which she had known him, in their frequent separations when he was on tour, they had always met again with outheld hands and glad eyes; and there was no reason to think, even in her somewhat sceptical and purely in tellectual musings on the faith or faithlessness of men, that he would readily change. She set the photo graph (in which the operator had arrested the quick, bright laugh so well), framed in its exquisite setting of silver gilt and dull blue turquoises, which he had brought for her birthday, on the little polished ta...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

BRIDGE OVER THE SNOW,Y(; ^JVER AT ORBOST (VIC.) [.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 — 2 November 1918

IBPTWfflWI <11—MIIMIIllllll—«■■■ ■■■■■— • • TRAVELLING STOCK IN DROUGHT TIME NEAR WILCANNIA (N.S.W.)

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

_ „ [Photographs by Thos. J. M'Mahon] NATIVE PEARLERS OF THE TORRES STRAITS

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"CUPID UP TO DATE" Drawn by Hal Gye. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

SHE V/ENT ifSTO "THE. ClTV EvEP-V rAORNlNG To BuSlMESS AMD r*\EJN AOtA»R£D HER but alas for the^, she BElONGED to ANOTHER WHO FOUGHT FOR HER AT HOfAE. AND ABROAD BEFORE c.oing away HE pronmse-d to l-cn/e. ' a^o Cherish mer( ano se true, -to her as 'vjell jI vjh iCH HE 0lC>. For vjhilE. HE W^s AWA^ HE. KEPT HI'S WORD . k OHEL VMHIUE ENJOXlM(i A CorAFORTABlE s moke ^ itw "the. TRENCHED, he RecEivEP NsroRD "THAT had A SC-.K1 ArSO HEIR AHO A"T SAN\E -TifAEi RECEIV&P A WES5AO£ f Ro FRVT-^ WtA\CH NEARUS SROO^,HT VAVS caree A^p rAANU^f Jo-* -co A "^ODDE-^ E.A-AO BoT HrS. REFUSED R( to €>e. HSe^WrstG WMTV-V A0OOT• :/£>\ XT E. E. tsl HofAE vvAS \rv\ \y/M.vC>E-C TO THE. JON OF t-U<b * ?ElA-riviE 3 U An9 bP-iS-WOS. Hfc. WAS r^OT HoM£ vers Jl.om<S ( BEFoR.e HAO -TO Co ON Nl ICSHT PUTy '• • .EVENTOAL.ir< ' wAS OlSCHARCaD, v^EmT into 8o5inS.SS( -At-ip w/^MiN<i:: do^e, . ms ou-ry he wa-s treath.c> vj£ll qw tw's ■ P£oPua.i; ANO .LWE...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

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Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CAUTION For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

THE CAUTION By M. LANGDON hor "The Weekly Times Annual" THE whole company knew him as "The Caution." The whole "company also knew his dog. Many in the backblocks had known the man to their cost in pre war days, by his gift of being able to back his remarks:—no matter how outrageous—with his fists; it was a gift "straight from 'ell!" as he sometimes said in rare moments of expansion. He had had no lessons from profes sors of the noble art, and had read no text books 011 the subject, but many a time had he knocked out his opponents at country shows and race meetings, and his method was quite his own— effective—deadly. He wandered from the Gulf country down to the Victorian border by slow stages. He hated work, but he had to live! In the more settled country he went from shed to shed, varying the mono tony by horsebreaking—possessing a pair of the finest hands that ever touched a horse—and occasionally a little illicit dealing. If a hue and cry were raised, there were always hiding pla...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILL'S LUCK. For "The Weekly Times Annual" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

For "The Weekly Times Annual" By EDWARD S. SORENSON BILL Studders considered him self the luckiest man on Mooli Creek. He was only 19 yet, but he had worked so long with men that age was not a material point with him in the definition of man's estate. Hadn't he won the love of the best little girl on the creek? And wasn't he engaged to be married to her? Maud Bucknell was a trim little lady of IS. Just an ordinary bush girl, pretty enough, with a sunny smile and sparkling grey-blue eyes. She had not lacked for suitors. One was Colly Smith, a "puddin'-faced"' youth, who had not been as well off as Bill himself till he went gold-digging. Two years mining made a difference that filled Bill Studders with envy and restless ness, for Colly returned with £300. Knocking around with diggers had improved him a little; still Bill Stud ders did not think of him as being ever likely to come between him and Maud. In his eyes she was the embodiment of tenderness, faithful ness and purity; a creatu...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

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Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 2 November 1918

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN BEAUTY SPOTS [Photographs by A. Sulclilfe]

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