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

Also Hands and Feet, Would Setearn When Touched, Could Not Sleep, Used Cuticura Soap and Oint ment, Sores Disappeared, - Cambridge St., Penskurst, N, S. W.—■ "When my baby, was only a jreek old he came out in big white mattery blistersail over his body, face, hands and feet, in fact lie was ^ one- mass of blisters. They would break and go into sores, and I could not. batlio ! him. Ho would scream when I touched them. He could not. sleep night or day. I was just worn out with him, so I took him to a chemist, who gave me ointment, but it did not do him any good. A Mend got me to try Cutici-ra Soap and Outicara Oint ment, and I was pleased to see when I had bathed him. with Cuticura Soap a.nd applied Cuticura Ointment for^two days t i iey besran to dry up. He seemed to get relief froj ;i U10 first time I used them, as he 'would sleep. They seemed to soothe him, aad by die time I had used two cakes of Cuticura Soap "and some Cuticura Ointment the sores had all disappeared and never even...

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

STRONG, HEALTHY, HAPPY, and VIGOROUS. Full p&rtlculara df a Simply Method of Home Treatment, whlcli cannot fCpfl, r.eont 'FREE to S.il&erers. LONDON ; rAOJENCY (Dept. G.), U rOaatlereagli s&., ISYDNBT. J T ABIES.—Health .GuMa for Wpmen, posted jXJ free on-recolpt 253. Dept. O "Nfatum," v Health Coy., 49 Elizabetli St., Melbourne. SUTCLIFFE'S Heal-all ©inteiesit For ECZEMA, BAD LEGS, VARICOSE VLCERS, PIL.ES, OLD SORES, SKIN DISEASES, &o., &c., Posted Anywhere In' Victoria, 1/2; 10/ Dozen; ■/. 10/9 Posted. «B»/ JL 1,11 Prepared only by B. and H. SUTCLIFFE, Chemists, .231 Johnston St., Abbotaford, MELBOURNE. Prescriptions Dispensed and ^}ent Anywhere.

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

MODEt, KITCHEN. . For architect and home-builders to plan together built-in kitchen fitments is perhaps the best method, as a house-mistress's experience suggests valuable ideas which the architect may carry to successful completion. The cook's cupboard shown in one of our illustrations was designed by the architect with as much care as the other built-in furniture of a larpre suburban houses Nearly everything that a cook needs has a place pro vide for it in this, cupboard. Flour compartments' or bins> with sifters be neath, hold bread and pastry flour. A large sheet of plate glass on the ledge is the mixing board, ^nd is easily kept clean. Drawers supplement the shelf space. Jars and tins holding' supplieaarelabelled, and a label ling of the two flour-bins is the only improvement desired by the house keeper. ■ The wall-cabinet on: the same side of the kitchen was also. included the aichitecfs plans. It is paintod a cresmy white like the other wood work, and holds the table servi...

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

General Police Force.—Subscriber.—His chest mea surement •would have to be 35 kicbes. Water.—Waterfinder.—We have 110 record •of the matter. Sentence.—Constant Reader.—1. "All that .glitters is not gold" is good English. 2. Your sister-in-law's brothers are distantly related to you by marriage. Foreman.—Backblock.—It will be necessary for you to appl3r to the chief engineer on a boat bound for one of the ports. He wilL\ supply information concerning wages, etc. Addresses.—Scotch Lad.—1. E. W. Brown, 21.1 Swauston street, Melbourne. 2. The "Lewis""is made by a man of that name ki Adelaide. There is no agent in Melbourne. Certificate.—Daphne.—Certificates granted to probationers in private hospitals are not re cognised by the Trained Nurses' Association. Excursion.—"Ad-Alta."—There is no such excuisioii to be run to London. A state ment has been circulated that if £100 is deposited with the Government as a guar antee of return to Australia the person will be given a return ticket for ...

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

. STEAMER FIGHTS. ; SEAS ' | WOiffT/riSmTr} TWr, A VfT/n After a voyage extending-, over sixty days, the steamer Wogliride, which left New York for Australia on October 27, arrived in Hobson's Bay on December 26, and berthed at 25 North Wharf next day. The Woglinde has been expected for nearly a fortnight, but she had to steam slowly from South Africa, be cause of tempestuous weather. j All went well until the vessel reached the Cape and headed for Australia. Al most continuously afterwards boister ous weather and heavy seas were en countered. According to the story of one of the men, for days the foredeck was cov ered with water, and . it is feared that it leaked through into the hatches. Many huge waves, described as "half masters," swept over the vessel, each I time flooding the foredeck. Many yards j of iron steam planks, which are six inches wide and a quarter of an inch j thick, were broken and twisted, and objects lying on the deck were swept away. These huge seas continued d...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DIED UNDER ANAESTHETIC NO NEGLIGENCE SHOWN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

DIED UNDER ANAESTHETIC NO NEGLIGENCE SHOWN An inquiry was held by Dr. Cole, the City Coroner, regarding the death of James John Fagan, 27, a | horse trainer, of Caulfield, which oc curred on December 24, while he was under, an anaesthetic administered for an operation on a finger in which a piece of glass was embedded. The I Coroner found that Fagan died from | heart disease. The operation was ne cessary, and the administration of ether was carried out without negli gence. Dr. Thomas Patrick Noonan, of Dandenong road, Bast Caulfield, said that on December 1, Fagan com plained to him of the pain in his fin ger. Fagan refused a local, and asked for a general anaes thetic. Witness got Dr. P. A. Parer j to come out to his surgery next day; | the patient took the anaesthetic well, and the operation was performed. On j December 23, Fagan again complained | of severe pain in his finger. Dr. Parer administered the same anaes thetic. The operation had not been begun when the patient collapse...

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

DUBBO AGEXCY Residents of Dubbo and the surrounding districts are advised that Messrs. Kelk and Company have been appointed agents tor "The 'Weekly Tkues," and will send the paper to subscribers ordering it.

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

3v£a-rtu£* A farcing ii lust 'No! ES5ESZ®EE2$a Pain in the back is the kidneys' signal of distress. If this timely warning is ignored kidney disease silently fastens its deadly grip—-for kidney sicKness first snows itself in pains and disorders in other parts, and the real cause is too often hidden until fatal Bright's disease or .diabetes has set in. Suspect the kidneys if you are rheu matic and nervous or have lame back, pain ful, too frequent, or scanty urination, weak heart, dizzy spells, headaches, bloating, or neuralgia. What you want is a special kidney medicine—not an experiment, but one that has stood the test of years, Doan's Backache Kidney Pills relieve weak, con gested kidneys—-cure back ehe—regulate the urine* Doan's Backache Kidney Pills have been curing lame back and sick kid neys for years. Doan's- Pills are made from only the purest drugs, and are absolutely non-poisonous. They are used and praised all over the civilised world, MSLBoroiE PEo@r foe 'mextoit&...

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

With ClITICURA SOAP And Cuticura Ointment, Their use tends to prevent pore clog ging, pimples, blackheads, red ness, roughness - and other un wholesome conditions of the skin. Cuticura Soap ftnfl Ointiaeist arc sold tbroM&ooS the world. AUberal sample o? eacht with 32-P&88 Bboilet on fcha care and treatment of tha skin asa Scalp, seat pMS^firee. ;^A<USr?Sfl B. Tvwua & XM* BjrCUiey. NiS. W. ■

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILD KILLED BY ICE BLOCK REMARKABLE FATALITY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

CHILD KILLED BY ICE BLOCK P. F; MARK ABLE FATALITY Dr. R. H. Cole, the Coroner, at the Morgue, held an inquiry concern ipg the death of David John Hen dry, two years and nine months, who was crushed by a block of ice on Christmas Eve. The Coroner found that death was due to misadventure. William Hendry, a butcher, of Park and Wimble streets, Parkville, said that he was on the spot immediately after the accident, and saw his son ly ing- on the road'vvay. There was no blood about then. Witness went for a motor car, in which he took the child to the Children's Hospital. Ernest Terres Sutcliffe, a butcher, of Eglington :street, Moonee Ponds, em ployed by Hendry, said that he 'was "un loading ice in Wimble street. He took a block on his shoulder and stepped away to clear the cart, when the ice slipped backwards. He turned round and saw a child lying on the ground. Witness .picked him up; blood was flowing from one ear. The block of ice, which weighed one hundredweight, had fallen on his ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONS RAY BRONSON DEFEATED HOLBERG HAS EASY WIN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONS RAY- BRONSON DEFEATED H0LB3RG HAS EASY WIN Kay. Bronson, the American welterweighl champion, was decisively defeated at the Mel bourne Stadium on January 1 by Waldemar Holberg, of Denmark. The contest lasted the scheduled 20 rounds, and when at the end of it Ernie Fullaiove, the referee, placed his hand--on Ho-lberg's shoulder and - dieclared him the winner there was not a dissentient vo-ice. . • While Holberg is entitled to every credit for his victory, it has to be admitted that Bron son was not seen at his best. On his top form the American has few, if any, superiors at his weight in the world. The showing of January 1 suggested that he was not in cham pionship class. Bronson entered the ring hardly in a condition to do himself full jus tice. ■ and suffered the penalty. He boxed gamely enough, and took more than a fair share of punishment unflinchingly. His punches, however, possessed little sting, and the skill which had earned him high honors .in the boxi...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FISHING By "FIN." [Reports should reach this office not later than Tuesday afternoon.] JANUARY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

By "PIN." [Reports should reach this "office not later than Tuesday afternoon.] JANUARY 3.—St. Kilda—R. G. M'Cutcheon Trophy. 3.—Tooralc—H. M'Cartney's Trophy. 10.—Prahran—Alwyn Trophy. - 10.—E. H. Willis and G. Fairbairn Trophies 10.—Abbotsford—Jewell Outing. 10-11.—Brunswick—Bishop Trophv. 11.—St. Kilda—A. Willis Trophy. 11.—Carltou—Taylor Trophy. 14-28—Fairfield and Alphington—Hartley-Set ford Trophies. At a recent meeting of the British Sea Anglers' Society the secretary read a news paper cutting relating to a musical minnow invented by two Pennsylvanian anglers for the purpose of catching Bass. The- minnow had a red body and the head of a beautiful maiden. A small electric light attached to its underside was worked by a dry battery in the angler's pocket. Inside the minnow was a small musical box. This bait was said to have been used with considerable effect among the bass, but an important point yet to be discovered was whether ,tlie fish preferred any particular tunes. The "M...

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

WRESTLING RETIREMENT OP WEBER. Shortly after his meeting with Maynard, Clarence Weber declared that lie had wrestled his last snatch. The friends of Oscar Wasem immediately asked the Australian for another chance, and Weber laid down certain condi tions, which were to be complied with on a certain date,. or his retirement would follow. Wasem has not responded, and Weber ha^ now definitely announced his withdrawal from the professional athletic arena. Wasem has this to say in explanation of not im mediately seizing the opportunity of taking Weber on for a second test:—"I landed in Melbourne on May 21, and tried every means possible to arrange a match with Weber. This was eventually accomplished ou October 30, that is, five months from the time nego tiations were first opened, yet Weber wants another match before the end of the year—in seven days' time. If Weber means busi ness, and will meet me . at any appointed place, I will wrestle him in two or three weeks from the signing of a.r...

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

JUST LANDED. SLAZENGER'S— RENSHAW 15/5 DEMON .. .. 21/ PASTIME .. ... .. .. 21/ DOHERTY .. .. 37/6 AYER'S— S.N.D. .. 42/ HORSMANNS' (guaranteed by us), ... .. .. .. .. .. 10/6 to 50/ Inspection Invited. Sports ani3 Cycle Stores, &S SWANSTON ST., MKLB.

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

MOSS DEFEATS CATON. Except iu one instance, the contests put on at the Melbourne Athletic Pavilion on December 29 did not prove as interesting as was expected. For various reasons, some of the boys who had been originally matched did not fulfil their engagements. Victor New house acted as referee. Reg Wade (10.12) and "Young Peter Jack son" (10.7) made matters willing for two rounds, in which some wild-looking blows were aimed. In the third round Jackson injured his left hand, and the towel was thrown in from his corner. There was little to choose between them up to the time of the accident. ' - The decision of the referee in favor of Sid Moss (S.10), a recent arrival from Eugland, in his bout with Jack Caton (8.6), formerly an amateur, was vigorously hooted by Caton's supporters. Caton was the aggressor through out, and scored well with both hands. Many of his punches, however, went wide. Moss, on the other-hand, was cool and methodical, and wasted few blow?. The contest lasted the...

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

M'VEA DEFEATS BELL Sam M'Vea, the colored heavyweight, wno had been out of harness for some months, j soon accounted for Colin Bell, at the Olym ! pia Athletic Club, Sydney, on December 27. He put his man out shortly after the second round began. The weights were: M'Vea, .14.10; Bell, 13.y. The big black boxer opened in a careless : way, but, after a few light exchanges, he chopped his right down on the baclc of Bell's j neck. The Australian went to his knees. ( but rose in a couple of seconds and rushed | M'Vea, who was haif pushed and half | knoeked off his feet. M'Vea was looking busy when the first gong sounded' In the second round M'Vea tapped with his left for a few moments, following these blows with a right to the head. Bell saw an opening and dashed in. A rally fol lowed, which ended the contest, Bell being driven to the boards.' He was quickly up, but was so shaken that he could not defend himself from the blows which M'Vea show ered on him, and a right to'the head knocked...

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

HOLIDAY BLOUSE The Balkan middy blouse that is be ing favored for holiday wear. The im proved model has a wider belt below the waist-line.

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

HARRY STONE DEFEATED Harry Stoae's triumph was stopped by Herb 'M'Coy at the . Sydney Stadium- on Boxing; Night.: The contest was one of the brighest; and fastest Bfeen in Sydney for a- long time,; and was witnessed by 14,000 peopled M'Coy weighed 9.9],£, arid Stone 9.8. The; "Victorian had evidently decided to box on a: plan calculated to defeat Stone's 'fast work, < and was never over anxious. He boxed with coolness and judgment. He repeatedly knocked, Stone's left aside and drove his own glove into the face, or brought his right round heavily to the body. Stone scored well with a ligbt straight left, but in the first half of the contest all his efforts to bring off ..one-of his meteoric rushes were stopped by M'Coy. Stone punched with his right more than usual, and- in the second round a swing which landed on,the chin shook M'Coy from head to heel. Both men were defending themselves, but while M'Coy's de fence was chiefly for the purpose of drawing the American in, Sto...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SWEATER WORKERS DUCHESS STATES CASE EFFORTS TO HELP 92 Fleet street, November 21. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

;;;;; SWEATER 'WORKERS'' : DUCHESS STATES CASE EFFORTS TO . HELP (FROM OUR LONDON OFFICE^ . 92 Fleet street, November 21. Opening a conference on the subject or swea ted work ei s, at her residence, Sunderland House, the Duchess of Marlborough made a statement full of pathetic interest, and calculated to arouse public indignation. The Duchess said that .when they re membered that the sweated worker was in a state of chronic destitution, that there were two n lilion women and girls emi-tocd it. the factories and work shops of Great Britain, and that one hundred thousand were working for wages in their own homes, it became a question df rational importance that every careful citizen must wish to con sider both ecoftomically and ethically. The fact that this large mass of under paid workers was perpetually struggl ing against destitution was degrading and distressing to the community at large. The minimum wage which, in the opinion of those who had thorough ly studied the question, a s...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEHEGAN DEFEATS BROWN AN EXCITING CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

MEHEGAN DEFEATS BROWN AM EXCITING CONTEST Hughie Mehegan, the Australian light weight champion, secured the decteion on points over Pal Brown, of America at the Melbourne Stadium on Boxing Night, after one of the most keenly-contested bouts wit nessed in this State. As is usually the case when the margin of points in favor of the winner is small, tiie verdict of Ernie Fullalove, the referee,caused some dissatisfaction. When Fullalove placed his hand on the Australian as the winner there was a storm of hooting, but it had not died away when a burst of cheering went up for Mehegau and, incidentally, the referee's decision. Some surprise was expressed when the weights were announced as 9.9% each. The boxers were bound under a money forfeit not to exceed 9.12. It was thought that the American would have difficulty tn making the weight, and his supporters were not a little concerned wheu they learned that Brown was under the poundage he boxed at in his con tests in Sydney recently.- Judg...

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