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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 January 1914

CHAPTER IV. Ho leant "back and gazed at her wonderingly. Ho had not been able to understand Gwendolen's virulent oppo sition from the first to the claimant from tlie Antipodes. Ho could not un derstand it now. But then Gwendolen had never been understood by anyone. Her sphinx-like personality had subju gated him," as well as her beauty and charm of mind and body. You must see him, dearest, before you make up your mind-you will re cognise him-I assure you you will. And that will set everything right. He remembers you. It was just by his de tails connected with you that I felt he was Robert; he could not be any one else. What is the matter P My love, what is it?" he suddenly cried, for Gwendolen seemed to whiten and stiffen, clasping the carved arms of the old elbow chair-a look as of. one ly ing, blanched and contracted her fea tures. "He dared-romance about me?" she hoarsely asked. 'My dearest, it is just that-he was not romancing, he remembered all the circumstances of our last mee...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 January 1914

AFTER TWELVE YEARS, j Time is the best test of truth. Here is a Clunes story that has stood the test of time. It is a story with a point which will come straight homo to many of us. Mrs J. Steinhauser, Creswick Road, Clunes, says :-" About eleven 'years ago I had a very severe attack of lumbago, and only people who have ? suffered in this way have any idea what I went through. Day or zught the aohe never left me, and I felt absolutely worn out, and fit for noth. ing. I took all sorts of medicines, but I seemed to get worse and worse, till at last I had to walk about with my back bent almost double. I dare not try and straighten up, the agony ?waB awful. A friend strongly ad vised nie to take Doan's'Backache Kidney Pills, and although I did not think tbey could cure me, I got some. I have nothing but praise for these grand pills, for they gave me almost immediate relief, and a thorough course completely cured me. That was nearly eleven years ago, and I have been free of lumbago ever ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 January 1914

The Great Montamor Case. By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authoress of "The Knavo of Hearts," CHAPTER III. England-in all the glorious greenery of a sunny ftfciy. Tho Grange, an the late General lialldaro'a old-faahionod country house in a home county was called, was nblazo with early roses, which climbed over tlio wide lattices of the lower storey of the south frontage, to festoon themselves about the white curtained dormer windows of tho low ceiled bed-chambers. An atmosphere of peace lingered about the square lawns aud straight, gravelled walks with their pergolas of thick-foliaged creopers, beyond which was an old, low wall, wliore a peacock perched and spread hia tail in tho sun shine, a peahen meekly ambling on the grass at his feet. But within tho house, in tho old-world boudoir, the room sac red to its mistress, the late General's only daughter, thoro was no sign of tlio restfulncss without. A beautiful woman-dark, stately-r was pacing tho floor, watch in hand, with wide shoulders, yet a ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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VARIED RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 January 1914

VARIED RA.CES In the course of a speech at the National Liberal Club, London, last month, where he was enter tained, Mr James Br.vce, lately Ambassador, to the United States, touched on the raco problem of th® British Empire. We had given our Imperial citizenship to all «ur subject?, he said, regardless of .Professor Mor gan's finding (technically correct) that there is no Imperial citizen ship. There was no subject not eligible to. sit in the House of Commons or to be a Minister of the Crown. That was one side of Imperial citizenship- The other was the rights conceded. t<> the self-governing Dominions. Each of these was master in its own house, and witli that self government we had promised not« to interfere, and could not interfere. When a self-governed Dominion came into opposition with the interests and feelings of a branch of one of the other races inhabiting another part of the Empire, and when that race thought ,it was.injured or wounded a painful dilemma arose....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 January 1914

SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. JANES WATSON & CPLT DUNDEE. ?) S/rhx/r hat Snfo oj oufv orrfunr juntfti ?yowr 77iuait m/mu/h^ norm/ a/nA> wuqfdb I N V: E N T O E D P ATS IT :-SV Obtained In Commonwealth and BIso where for improved methodo of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any dcacrlptloa Fall Information,; Costa, eto" sent ea oDDllcatloa to A. O.. SAOHSE, O.E. AUBTSAMAN WIDOWS' FTO® BUIEzDINQS, - Corner Colllna and Wllllom Gta, f-IELBOURNE. Au old man who bad mado a great deal, of money, but who wasn't very particular about his habits or conduct. lived In Chicago. His custom was to go down town about onco a month on a pprco and tbon come back and bent bin Inmily and break up tho furnlturo. Kit; axed wife, who bad stood, him for many years, wos blind. Finally ho died, and his children pave him a One funeral They had plenty of money now that tho old man was dead, and -ro tbey spread-themselves. At the church there was on olaborato' ceremony, Tho Mind...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 January 1914

CHAPTER V. The London season was in full swing. Carriages and motors thronged the ?parks, which were still green with the rich foliage and growing turf of leafy Juno, brilliant hero nnd there -with a beds of blooms. Dinners, dances, balls and receptions were the constant ac companiments to the great events-4 the Courts and Court balls. Gwendolen, resolutely determined to face tho world, to go through the fash ionable season, enduring the gossip occasioned K.v tho sudden appearance of tho supposedly defunct uoir TO tli? Montamor earldom, and his recogni tion by his mother, and pursuing her part of trutii aptaker to th i bitter en J When left alone in the world she had rented a tiny houso in Mayfair for the months sho spent in town, whore her old governess, Miss Durnford, played chaperon as far as Gwendolen consid ered a single woman with tho twenties behind her needed a duenna. It was an exquisitely appointed menage; # the small rooms so carefully furnished that their limited proport...

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DUEL BY PROXY "PIERRE LOTI" CHALLENGED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 January 1914

DUEL BY PROXY "PIERRE LOTI" CHALLENGED. Some weeks ago Lieutenant Turcom. of tho Bulgarian Army, sent a chal lenge to Captain Jullen Vlaud, of the French Navy, better known by his lite rary pseudonym of "Fierro L.otl," says the Pari., correspondent of tho "Morn ing Post" on November 10. Pierre Lot! aa champion of the Turkish cause, has, In h, number of published articles and pamphlets, spoken In very strong terms of the atrocities alleged to have been committed by the Bulgarians In the war. As M. IiOtl decided to Ignore this challenge, It was taken up by an ofllcer of the Turkish army and several French journalists. After the various complications which so often arise in an affair of honor it was decided that a duel Bhould take place between the well-known swordsman M. Breittmayer and Lieutenant Turcom. The weapons chosen wero swords. The duel took place this morning, and tho two adversaries fought so courageously that the spectators fVared on soveral occasions that It might lia«o a...

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LOVER'S ADIEU £150 FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 30 January 1914

LOVER'S ADIEU 42160 FOR BREACH OP. PROMISE. The broach of promise of marriage action brought by Miss Arisloy Kate Lane, 28 years of ago, a book-keeper, I living at South Lamboth road, against Mr Frederick David Simmons, aged 29, manager of an ironmonger's estab lishment In Seven Sisters road, was concluded yesterday (reports the "Dally Mall" of November 26). The case was | heard by Mr Justice Atkln and a com mon jury. , . The courtship, It had. been stated by counsel, extended over seven yearB from May, 1906, to Jaunary, 1013. The pro mise to marry was not denied, but :ho defendant pleaded that It was rescinded by mutual consent, which the plaintiff j denied. I Miss Lane gave evidence. She and defendant for two years saw each other nearly every day. They became en gaged on August 18, 1000, her birthday: the defendant gave her a ring, and the marriage was fixed to take place two years later. Some time after the proposal the defendant said be had £200 in fho bank;' subsequently ho bou...

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The Dyspeptics' Handicap. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

The Dyspeptics' Handicap. The dyspeptic is sorely handicapped in this life. If he is a man he can't keep pace with his fellows because of the weakness, the depression, and the suffering that indigestion inevitably brings in its train. If a woman, she often finds it impossible to carry out the daily household; tasks, or meet the demands of a business occupation because headaches, distressing bilious attacks, palpitation, and sleeplessness ore spoiling her life. This strenuous age wants men and women of Btrong fibre, boundless energy, and great cheerfulness, but the dyspeptic is not amongst the number. How can he expect to be? How can he hope to get through the day's work speedily and efficiently if his mind is clouded and his system clogged with the poisonous products of indiges tion ? How can any man, or woman either, work well and cheerfully, when the well-springs of good health and Btrength-the stomach, livor and bowels - are disorganised and weakened ? It can't bo done. The effec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

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CLUNES FREE LIBRARY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

GLIMS FREE LIBRARY. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Clunos .Subscription and Free Library was hold (it tlio library On Friday oven iug. Thorn were present:-'The president (Dr Forster), Rev. F. T. C. Reynolds, rind Messrs Sando, Lazarus, J. \V. Preston, E. Payne, Miles, and F. J. Eberliard. .ANNUAL REPORT. . For the year 1913 the Clunes Sub scription and Free Library has almost held its, own, there being a deficiency of £3 10s on the year's finances, which is more than accounted for by a decrease.of £7 in member's subscrip tions. .'.flie club room has afforded a welcome^adcUtion to the funds of the library, tHo net income from the billiard table showing an" increase of £3. From a strictly financial point of view, howerer, the net revenue 1 should be paid into a depreciation ac- I count after deducting interest on the' capital outlay, and it is hoped that increased ordinary revenue may enable tlfis to be done in future. The in creased revenue from the billiard table was due ...

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CHAPTER II. THE BIRTH OF THE LIE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

CHAPTER II. VHB BIRTH OP THE LIB. JWhen Agatha recovered con tclousness she "found serBelf, to her Surprise, lying on the sofa in a small railway Station waiting room. Moira McDonald wasstanding by her side, B, bottle .;of smelling ecJto. in her &aad. '.'Whore am I?" ohe murmured, rice. Moira pressed ftee tacit.' .'!. '"Ybutnuab lie down and close »©ur eyes till the fly comes round." -'Tha. fly? What fly ?" She passed Eer handover her brow in a dazed ftsbien everything seemed strange, Bream-like, and unreal. "We ore going to drive to a nice little hotel which: the porters tell me is quite close to the station," said Moira, cheerfully. "You fainted in jthe train, you know, so I got out at fchis station-the first station the train stopped at." 1 "How good you are-how more (than good! But-:-11 i --"Nobuts," interrupted the other, Sheerfully.?" Now be good and keep gujet till'the carriage comes-just to pleas&.me-J' . _ . Agatha "closed her eyes. She folt foo strangely we...

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SPORTING NOTES. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

SPQBTiN G ^ OTES- j (BY "PAKEHA.") TUB P. McAlpine won the Hurdle race at Sandown Park meeting from Fortlook and Lucy Barr. The Trick and Campus made a dead heat in the Maiden Plate; on the run off the former won. , The Plate tell to Rosny, who | went out at 7 to 2. j The, Handicap was won by, Dewberry, from Indiscreet and ? Bishon. . i Ao.tive Lad, about whom 10 to 1 could be obtained, annexed the Purse. Bullawara is to be sent to England for the National Stebple. He should shape well over the English jumps. Widgewar, in my opinion, will j prove the best of Scobie's, and must run' .well in either the Oakleigh or Newmarket, j Rathlea is considered a good thing in some quarters for the 'Market-, ditto The Christian Brother, and Athenic, but then on«j heara^such a number of good things-, McGregor, the crack jockey over the sticks, will pilot Bulla wara in the old country. Wassail and Belove are well in the Australian Cup. Bulla wara and Obi will run well. The champion pony Arlington, ...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) "THE UNWILLING ADVENTURESS." PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER I.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

(ALA RIOHTO RBSBRVBD.) THE UNWILLING ADVENTURESS." By ALICE & CLAUDE ASKEW, "iuthors of "Through a Woman's Hoart," " Gilded London," Voloos from Shadowland," "The Tranoformtstlon o!Althoo," tic. JPUBLIBIIED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER I.-[Continued.) She burst upon Agatha like a fury, and accusod hor of brutally striking her child. Agatha flinched at first undor the low voice and pas eionato vchomcnco of tho furious, red-faced woman, but soon, gather ing up her courage, resented the accusations warmly, and spoke her -disgust of tho last month. Mrs. Greon, all unaccustomed to bo an swered, let loose tho viala of her wrath, and, after abusing Agatha in Ifcho vilest and coarsest language; fended by commanding hor to go and pack her boxes at onco and take her* self oS. Thankful to get'away from the violenoe of Mra. GroeiidbuoivO tongue, Agatha readily . agreed to leave at once. She was trembling all . over "from nervousness, and felt ab solutely incapable of facing Mrs. Gree...

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DUCK.SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

DUCK .SHOOTING. The season opens on the 11th inst. The local sports will have to look elsewhere than the " Swamps," as the latter are dry. It is two years since they were in this condition- I hear some potting has already been going on in the district.

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TRAGEDY OF THE SEA. COLLISION IN A FOG. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

TRAGEDY OF THE SEA. COLLISION IN A FOU. terribla marine disaster, attended with heavy loss of life, has occurred oft the coast of VirKinia. During a dense fog at night a collision took place between the j Old Dominion Steamship Com pany's steamer Monroe, 4704 tons, of New York, and the Merchants and Miners' Transpor tation Company's steamer Nan tucket, 2599 tons, of Baltimore. After the collision the two vessels became locked. The Nantucket then staggered back, releasing the Monroe. The latter backed, but was so severely dam aged that ten minutes later she sank like a stone, carrying with her many of the unfortunate passengers and members of the crew. The Monroe had struck the Nantucket bow first. Only those who had been kept awake by the shrieks of the fog sirens were able to escape- The Nan tucket sent out lifeboats and picked up many people who were struggling in the icy waves. The disaster occurred almost immediately off the Winter quarter Lightship. The Nan tucket took off many...

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ANGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

ANGLINU. Learmonth is poorly patronised, owing to the sport being tame. There was quite a large number of Ballarat anglers who tried their luck on Foundation Day, but ne'er a fish was caught. I don't know how the slump can be ac counted for, unlessit be too much feed- I noticed when I was there any quantity ot young perch dead on the beach. When anglers go on the "war trail" th6y should make sure that the "gee gee" is safely tethered, otherwise they may "fallin" like a party did last Thursday. They tied the neddy up as they thought securely, and went on fishing till they couldn't see the floater. On going back to the camp the:y found the horse had gone. Two of the party "camped in. the trap, the other three; tramped it home in record time for the 8 miles. It was an experience certainly, but T guess they don't 'Want an other. Some good fish are being taken above the Weir with the ordinary worm. The black fish that are being caught now are of a very decent size, the reason being that ...

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ADVENTURE WITH A SHARK. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

ADVENTURE WITH . SHARK. A young man, J. Dabbs, of Ryde, bad an exciting swim for lite in the Parramatta River on Saturday afternoon, after a shark had bitten through and capsized his canoe. Dabbs was out in a 15-feet canoe, watching the lady scullers in their championship trails. Several monster sharks were seen in the river, and Dabbs was passing 50 yards from Ryde wharf when he saw a fin making in his direc tion. . A moment or two later the shark snapped at the bottom of the canoe. The powerful teetb of the fish crunched up the bottom, and made a rent through which the water poured- Dabbs exerted ail his > powers to reach the shore, but the shark followed and upset the frail craft, Dabbs was thrown into the water. He splashed furiously with his feet and hands, and then commenced a moat nerve-racking Bwim. Barely 20 yards were between him and safety- He managed to r^ach the shore, but not before he had been cut; about the arms by the teeth of the shark.

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SPRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

SPRINTING. C. tfarkmeyer won. tbe Shef field easily at Davleffford on Foundation Day, but, hard luck, a protest was lodged against him for incorrect performances. I am told the protest was not lodged until some hours after the race. ]f this is correct I cannot imagine any officers entertaining same, for the rules of the V.A-L. distinctly state-^-" protests must be lodged within 15 minutes after the race." Parker (America) came out on top at the recent Amateur Carni val. -On Saturday he won tbe 100 yds- scratch challenge by a yard in 10 sees- Also won the 50 yds in 5 3-5 sees, and 75 yds in 7.4:5 sees. Burtpn (Victoria) ran two seconds. i Fraser (N.S. W.) beat Templeton (America), in the 120 yds Hurdles by § yards. Time, 16 1-5.

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DIGESTION AND THE COMPLEXION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 3 February 1914

DIGESTION AND. THE COM PLEXION. The digestion has a very great deal, 1 indeed, to do with beauty of pom plexion, or the reverse. Buf the com plexion and the eyes deteriorate from injudicious eating, even in cases where no dyspepsia may be complain-1 ed of. If the blood be in the slightest' degree overheated, or ever so little cEarged with bile from inactivity o! the liver, the skip comes.to grief, and. it is the skin of the Face that suffers first. The best cosmetic ever invented could not cure this^state of matters! till the blood "gets right again. Na-1 ture will effect a cure, however, if the diet be lowered, and only cooling fooc) be partaken of. \Vhen qne, in sum mer, suffers from thirst to a consider [ able degree, it is a sign that toore than the system requires has been eaten. If then large quantities of fluid be swallowed, matters pre yen* dered far worse, perspiration is in-1 duccd, and once again the complexion ( suffers. No better drink can be par- j taken of for health'...

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