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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

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Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

CRICKETERS SEND FOR OUR NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE • Of CRICKET and ' SUMMER SPORTING GOODS. CRICKE7T BATS. All Cane - 7/6 Selected .. .. 10/6 "Warsop's Single Rubber .. .. 12/6 Warsop's Match .. • •• 17/6 ftlyers Hall's All Cane .. .. .. .. .. .. 15/ Myers Hall's Elastic Web .. .. .. .. .. 20/ x Others up to 30/. Boys' Bats, from 1/ Each. CRICKET. BALLS. N Composition, from 63 to 3/. Leather,, from 3/6 to 8/6. Pads, Gloves, Wickets, Etc., Etc., Etc. JAMES M'EWAN § CO. M'LEAN BROS and RIGG PTY. LTD., ELIZABETH-ST.. MELBOURNE. m' W. SHERRIN. 'Phone 4G41. J. Syd. JL Sherrin. Proprietor. Leading Manufac turer of high-class Kangaroo Brand Sportiug Goods, Cricket Balls, Pads, Leg Guards, W.K. Gloves used and recommended by leading cricketers in CommohwefJth and New Zea land. All lines guaranteed. Obtainable at all Sports Depots. Factory : 32-34 Wellington St., Collingwood. ,

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
M'GOORTY SCORES VICTORY DAVE SMITH DEPRESSED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

M'GOOR'TY SCORES VICTORY DAVE SMITH DEPRESSED Dave Smith's hopes of becoming "middle weight champion of the world" were quickly dispelled on January 1, when he was knocked out by Eddie M'Goorty i-nside two minutes. In fact-, Smith was beaten at the start, and had no opportunity to show his brilliant boxing ability. The attendance, which was laTger than . at any other contest held this season, was-. esti mated at 15,000 or 16,000. Though both men weighed 11.4, M'Goorty appeared to be much the bigger man, his bulky frame standing out in marked contrast to Smith's evenly-proportioned figure. I EDDIE M'GOORTY When the opening gong went M'Gcorty stepped briskly forward, Smith backing away towards the ropes near his own corner. The American at once opened fire, and' his right caught Smith a blow in the face that caused Smith to lift his guard for a second, and, iike a flash, M'Gcorty brought off a left hook to the jaw. Smith reeled -against the ropes and drooped. He bounced up again, but ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

©——— — '—-——© Dainty Wedding Gifts © DUNKLING'S is the ideal store for Wedding ® Gifts. Our magnificent stock includes many hundreds of dainty, yet inexpensive, articles that will give life-long satisfaction. Our im mense output and unexcelled facilities for mariu . factoring enable us to sell our goods at extreme ly moderate prices: In fact at prices which the smaller manufacturer (who purchases his stock and materials in limited quantities) is unable to compete with. Our guarantee at the back of , everything we sell protects you, and the stan dard of quality we maintain ensures lasting sat isfaction, and promotes your confidence in our business abilities. We make a special feature of the manner in which we forward articles inten ded for Wedding Gifts. We pack them in neat'' boxes and forward post free to any address in Australia. Come and inspect our Showrooms; you are very welcome; or, if yoju live in the country, send for our Wedding Gift Catalogue, , post free oh application.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LUCERNE FOR POULTRY A VALUABLE FOOD [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

IiUCER-NB FOB POULTRY A VALUABLE FOOD Lucerne as an article of poultry food has often been recommended in these columns. Where a plot of lu cerne can be properly cultivated, manured, and watered, it forms a very valuable addition to the daily ration. The experience of Mr C. J. Coussen, who writes from New Zealand, should be of interest to our readers. He says:—"Since the patch of Hunter River lucerne (about one-fifth of an acre) was sown in the poultry section of the Ruakura Farm of Instruction. I have received many inquiries regarding its utility as a ra tion for poultry. All poul try-keepers know how poultry re lish most green stuff, but it is doubtful if all are aware what an important part this item of food plays in the health and general productiveness of the hen. Green feed is a fowl's nat ural tonic, and has been described as Nature's life-giver. When one sees hens which have not laid an egg in Winter brighten up in comb and begin to lay wrhen Spring returns with a nat ural s...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

Ammunition That Flatters . Any Make o£ Gun DEFORE you give your ammunition order for the coming season to your dealer, ask him about Reming £on-UMC metallic cartridges and steel lined shot shells. If he is alert and has made comparisons, you will find him enthusiastic and eager to supply you with this championship ammunition for your rifle, pistol or shotgun. Well informed sportsmen and dealers everywhere are specifying Remington-UMC. They are glad to find absolute dependability without increased price. Every sportsman should clearly understand those points in ammunition manufacture which make for uniform quality. We - " will gladly send a booklet explaining these and other technical - - points. Your name and address on a post card will bring it by return mail. Remington Arms - Union Meta31I^^^trid^e,\'C^' Australian Agent, D. D. Bryant, P. 0/x^x!686, Melbourn^oV New York , /'Vq . (jLtind^ /J.;<> ? Australian Representative—D. D. BRYANT. Box 6S6^<y.1*rb\. Me...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miss Elsie Hall Married [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

Miss Elsie Hall Married Miss Elsie Hall, the pianist, was mar ried last month to Dr. F. O. Stohr, of Chiewfwei Northern Rhodesia. Miss Hall is a daughter of Mr W. Stanley Hall, of Too-woomba, Queensland. For some time she superintended Princess Mary's musical studies. ?

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

M G K I>I AXJ j OO UTILITY POULTRY FAKM. WHITE LEGHORNS.—Imported 285 egg sfain. mated specially for high grade layers o. extra sized eggs. PURE AMKRIOAN WYCHOFF — WHI-12 LEGHORNS. . AND ALUSI A N-S' fiiUD.).—Noted laying strain. 3ILV3R and WHITE WYANDOTTEb. &ps *cially bred for all round qualities. Under Government ".upervlsion. Prices of Stock and Egss on Application. R. S. KTNNEAR, Proprietor. WORLD'S REC0rF1mAS8ESS BREEDING PENS FOR SALE AT HALF-PRICE. Five and Unrelated Male of Any of the Breeds as Below, 40/. Send for a Pen. Don't delay. Abso.ute satisfaction guaranteed or your money re funded. , ANDALUSIANS. BRWN LEGHORNS. WHITE LEGHORNS vPadman, A American and other strains), PINGTONS. BUFF or WHITE GRPINGTONb, MINORCAS, BARRED and ^'^JE 'LA MOUTH ROCKS. SILVER WHITE WYANDOTTES, SILVER - GREY DORKINGS, and INDIAN GAME. AYLESBURY. PEKIN, and MUSCOVY, and tie wSrl5'RENOWNED INDIAN RUN NERS. I have my own strain te^te^ to io4 egss also sisters to Hawkesbury Competiti...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NOTES. Loan Exhibition [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

■ 9 lioan Exhibition^ Members of the Arts and Crafts Society, supported by followers of* the Repertory Club, and enthusiasts interested in the de velopment of high art in handicrafts, are arranging a loan exhibition of old furniture, silver and china. Lady Denman, who is regarded as a con noisseur of antiques and period furni ture, is much interested in the move ment. v The collection will probably be dis played in the ballroom at Government House. Although the treasures will hot be on view until April the com mittee is already mapping out a pian of campaign. Among those inter ested in the scheme are Lady Cres well (hon. treasurer), Miss (hon. secretary), the HonyAlicia; Hit-; gessen, Dr. Helen Sexton:, Mrg John Sanderson, Mi% Guyon J&nrciias, Pro- j feasor Baldwin Spencer find ]y|rs Spfen cer, Mr and Mrs Colin ^e^nptetonj Mr Bernard Hall, Captain B^Cr^n Cham bers', R.N., Mr Gordon Isyoh, | . Adamson, Mr R-odney Also^il^ JVL'A.' 1 M. Blackett, and Mr Gregan hon.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

WORLD'S RECORD KOSEWORTHSrl 5g9cOMPETTriON *56 Birds Competing—Won by 270—Avg. 264. The Only World's Record, made under Go^ •^eminent Supervision by Six White I*eghdrhs bred at the Note for STAMINA.—In theirl2th month of jay (March) they laid 163 eggs. Cockerels and Pullets and 2nd season birds. Also Eggs for setting. RAX WAXiSH, Manager; Orrong and Alma Roads, Caulfteld, Victoria. i minutes from Dandenong Road Electric Tram. Telephone, Malvern 1268. BDAC& ORPINGTONS. W. B. POOLS, Range Bank, Cranbourne. Imported and Gold Medal Winners. Best English Strains. Selected Birds. Grand lot of Cockerels and Pullets, bred from the above, now ready. Show Birds a speciality. My Birds have Won Highest Honors all leading Shows. Eggs now booked from high-class Cockerel recently imported, mated to spe cially selected Hens, £2/2/ a setting. White Orpingtons, bred from imported English win ners. Grand Cockerels and Pullets. Also White Leghorns, imported- ~ and Colonial strains. W. B. POOLE....

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lazy Husbands [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

Lazy Husbands For some time the women of Wash ington have been concerned about the problem of dealing with lazy husbands. They lost patience with the lax disci pline by which deserting husbands evaded their responsibilities; now they think that a recently passed law deal ing- with the question may effect a cur©. For the future a man convicted of de sertion or non-support, will not be fined or imprisoned. He will be sentenced to a term of work, and the wages he earns will be given to his wife and family. . "Most of . the work will be done on the public roads, and the labor is hard ly likely to be of a character to make a lazy husband anxious for a second term.'' : Some months ago a number of Mel bourne women interested in philan thropic schemes, endeavored to raise public interest in the problem of the deserting husband. The man who will not work should be made to work , was the tenor of their practical suggestions. Each one of them had had experience of the manner by which lazy husb...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SOCIAL CIRCLE Alfred Hospital Benefits [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

Alfred Hospital Benefits Mr G. F. Pape and members of the Prahran and South Yarra Private Dance Club organised a successful ball last September in aid of the Alfred Hospital. Receipts amounted to £183 11/6. After deducting expenses, there was a balance of £101/14/3. This, with an additional cheque of £5/5/, brought the total raised by this club to £106/19/3.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOUNGE JACKET [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

- LOUNGE JACKET Cotton crepe, bordered with washing embroidery, _ would . make a dainty jacket of this description. Cotton crepe ranges in price from 1/11 to If a yard. Washing embroideries are only a few» pence a yard.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

STOP YOUR HA IS FALLING AT ONCE WITH KOKO "My hair was falling terribly, but after using Koko for a few days the falling ceased, and new hair 'is now appearing."—K.S. Koko is exqui sitely clean/ Most refreshing. Cool and Soothing. Without O i l, Grease or Smell. It's, worth trying. -1/, , 2/6, 4/6. All Chemists Stores. :: 5?

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BACKBLOCKS WOMEN CENTRAL AUSTRALIA PICTURED. WIVES WHO WANT NO PITY. NOBLE STRUGGLE IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

CENTRAL AUSTRALIA PICTURED. WIVES WHO WANT NO PITY. NOBLE STRUGGLE IN THE BUSH. Mr R. B. Plowman says that the Aus rtpalian bushwoman who lives a lonely ii'fe <3h». the outskirts of civilisation does 'hot TOyt any pity. She is glad of the sym^tliW- and the kindly thought of (th^e.^wnose lot is cast in more plea 'sanvplk^es, but her spirit is too fine to a.llQjp^her to think of herself as an ob j^Plowman, Melbourne born and 'fared, has come down from Central Australia.- He has been working for the Australian Inland Mission, which is conducted by- the Presbyterian Church, and he has seen white men and women living isolated lives, the mere thought of which is sufficient to appal some of the city dwellers. "In one of my long rides," Mr Plov/ man remarked, by way of illustration, "I came across the young.wife of a fencer in a small home right away from all main routes. For two years at a stretch she never sees another white woman and seldom a white man. For four days each week...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIRL'S PARTY FROCK [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

GIRL'S PARTY FROGK Here soft satin and ninon over shadow lace maJa^aTl^tty^combina tlon. U* \ ^ k\ r *. V *<?>\ ?

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN IN ENGLAND A FEW COMPARISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

; AUSTRALIAN IN - ENGLAND - A FEW COMPARISONS. 1 Mr W. D. M'Crae, president of Hid Scottish Terrier Club of New South Wales, is on a visit to England. He saw the recent show of the Kennel Club—one of the biggest in the -world. At this event there were 1755 dogs and ... 3659 entries. Mr M'Crea writes about the exhibits to the Sydney " 'Morning Herald" as. followsWhat impressed me most was the judging. I. have never been so interested in the judging of dogs before. Your interest is sustained as one-by one is put aside, and. then, perhaps, six are left. They seemed to me to be all champions. The judge was up against the fine points in plac ing the ultimate three winners. The judge's decision-was nearly always ap- - plauded. With that exception, the on lookers were as quiet as though they were in church. I am looking forward to the day when a show like that of the Crystal Palace will be held in Aus tralia. "The Scottish terriers in Australia, as s far as body, coat, and general appear a...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

SHOOTING By "SIR LUCIUS •• < The Weekly Times" is the official organ, of the Gun Clubs' Association, G. Cook, Son." secretary. , Secretaries of clubs are request ed to forward their fixtures and reports /a ir,sertion in these columns.) (Any offence against the Game Laws should oe reported to the game protection depart . Pf the Association. Such information "Will be regarded as confidential.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN GREYHOUNDS MR OSCAR ASCHE'S TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

AUSTRALIAN GREYHOUNDS MR OSCAR ASCHDB'S TEAM. Mr Tom White, the well-known grey hound trainer, who took to England a team of high-class dogs owned by Mr Oscar Asche, had some interesting in for mation to impart to a representa tive of the "Sporting Life." In refer ing to the greyhounds brought over for Mr Asche, Mr White expressed the opinion that htey were fairly good, and, in his view, would run well on the various grounds in England. Ella's . Delgiht, a South Australian bred bitch, showed good form on the open and plumptoa,. winning the S.A. Waterloo Cup on the 'former and the Oaks Stakes on the lat ter. In his opinion she was both fast and clever, and was also very true on iher hare. Captain Wood showed- ex* ceptionally good form in winning the Victorian Derby and the Victoria Cup, and Black Pan was another Victorian representative which should well up hold the prestige of the team. L Owing to the long sea voyage and the [ period in quarantine, the dogs were not in as forward co...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

By "TRUDGEON." The first of the season's affiliated carni vals will be held to-day (Saturday, January' 3), "when the Half-.M>con Bay Club annual meeting will take place off the pier at B'.ack Rock, Sandringham. The programme premises some interesting sport. It includes 200 yards handicap (open), first prize £2/2/; ICk) yanls members' race; tiltiug; open handicap, 50 yards, first prize £1/1; State schools' f-ft yards handicap; squadron race. 400 yards (four men a team), first prize £3/3; due& hunt, and other novelties. Excellent entries have been received for most of the events, and it only wants fine weather to ensure a pleasant afternoon to those making the trip. Mr J. P. Sellars, hon. secretary of the Half-\>oon Bay Club, succeeded in passing the examination for life-saving proficiency held recently by the Life-Saving Society. Entries close to-day (Saturday, January 3) for the carnival to be held by the Melbourne Club at St. Kilda oh January 11. The races will be dec...

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