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

ONE OF THE BEST KNOWN AND" MOST FRILLIANT PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS retired, writes of the value of The following is a testimony to the curative and nerve-restoring'powefs of this medicine, given by Miss A. M. CARDWELL, " Coree," Booth Street, Annandale. One of the most brain-racking and arduous of duties is that of public school teaching, the constant strain on the nerves and general brain-tax making nervous break-down and insomnia common ailments amongst the rank arid file of public school teachers. Miss Cardtoell has been for over 30 years an active and a brilliant example of her profession, having held many high appointments in the Educational Department t— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. ''The ever-constant strain on die serves of a Public School Teacher soon brings ob a low state of the whole system. la my case it was overstrain late ching, actl mental worry through famil bereavements. t had bees taking medicines^ but seeing Cleme ts Toa c advertised* 1 tried one strall bottle, and feeling s...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

Practical Gunmaker. Estb. 1S50 Under Royal and Vice-Regal Patronage. CLARKE BUILDINGS, 432 EOURKE ST., Near Queen street, MELBOURNE,. Purchasers* who place any value on long practical experience (so important in the sup ply of arms, etc.) will do well to deal at this establishment for Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Am munition, etc., as every weapon sold i3 prac tically tested by experts before sending- out or handing to Customers. Cartridges, also, fresh filled to order. Repairs in "every branch of the trade effected by skilledand competent tradesmen, at the lowest prices consistent with" faithful service. ' _ Get your Xmas Supplies here. A special dis count will be allowed on Arms during tha holidays. Please note address and favor with an early call. - BARGAINS IN HIGH GRADE GUNS A MONTH '5 FREE TRIAL Don't pay retailer's profits. Guns worth £5 for 50#. with Greener Cross bolt worth £6/10/- for £3/5/-. Send for catalogue fully describing above. EURAL SU.PPLY CO. Ill William St. Melbourne ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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LINEN SHOE CASES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

,IiIMISN SHOE CASES At this time of year dress linens, in most attractive colors, are marked unusually low, Now is the time, to get a few yards to make into squares for wrapping shoes; and slippers: when 'travelling. A set' of these squares will make a welcome gift. Cut the squares a,bout 18 inches across- and bind with cape. Have a., long piece of tape;^fast ened to: one corner for tying; up the rcase when wrapped; about the "shoes., •Across' the;Corner ^jwliere the tape; is [•^e^ediV or isoin ;'bros» tetiieh.-a

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

jssssesse^es 9 WASHSNQ MADE EASY BY USING THE WASHING bo MACHINE F. St. MELLOR, Sole Agent, 440 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. t'EDIC POMADE strikes infest ing vermin dead. One application destroys Vermin, Kiils Nits, heals sores, cures ring worm; 1/, everywhere, or by post—Small, 1/2; large. 2/3; extra large, 3/9. Nit Combs. Gd extra. - ' ^ BRIN. Chemist, East Malvern. Vic.

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ANOTHER SWASTIKA CORNER [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

•Another swastika corner ;v "Edna C." sent a strip of lace from Tasmania, with the request that I would work a corner for it. In order to begin the New Year with a clear conscience, I have worked the corner, thereby finishing all promised. The pat tern is quite different from the swas tika given -a few weeks ago, having points and Vandykes. I "have worked it in halves, joined by a chain in the turning chain. Begin with 92 chain; use 3 in turn. 1 tre i»n 4th. 2 ch, 9 consecutive treble ch. 1 tre twice, 2 eh, 7 tre, 2 cn, 1 tre ie, tneu a ch, 4 tre four times, 2 ch, 1 tre twice, 2 ch, 7 tre, 2 ch, 1 tre twice, 2 ch, 9 tre, 2 ch, 1 tre twice. 2nd row: Turn with 5 ch, put 1 tre :n tre, 2 cb, 3 tre in first space, 7 tre above 7 of first row, 2 ch, 1 tre abo^e in., 1 ch, 1 tre above spaces; 3 tre in next space, 4 on next 4 tre (this method of placing the groups continues each row for the Vandyke), 2 ch, 1 tre twice, 2 ch, block of 4 tre in next space, 2 ch, 4 tre three times, 2 ch, 1 tre ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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A FRENCH FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

■' A "FRE3NCH FROCK. Of crepe de chine this little dress haa no trimming- save a frill or lisse at the neck and sleeves, and some little but» tons at the waist and on the arms. These buttons are of lingerie. The bonnet is o-f the same material, "With a frill or line linen, witn a lattice of black velvet ribbon, and bunches of , white marguerites with black centres at each side.

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

$ •> ■S 1 Many long decades before newer and much vaunted remedies were even so much as heard o-f, the value of Holloway's Pills and Ointment was appreciated in Every Civilised Country ia the" World! and the fact that the reputation of these remedies still stands firm is sufii :ient guarantee of their efficacy in curing th- various ailments for whicfi they are recommended. As a remedy for Constipation and all t e dire effects of Indigestion, Biliousness and Sick-Headache, Hoil »way's Pi!is are unrivalled; while for Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Lumbago, Cocghs and Colds, Hoiioway's Oinrment has really marvellous v'urative effects. As mild but efficacious agents in acting as safeguards ogainst the numerous ills due to extreme heat or cold, Holloway's Remedies have proved themselves ~ RE YOU TROUBLED WITH CORNS? JrL ACORN SILK speedily removes obstinat® Corns without pain. Sold everywhere, 05 posted direct on sending 7d in stamps. Duerdin and Sainsbury, Melbourne. GHT, HEARTY GREETINGS...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

Correspondence Correspondents are requested to forward tee Illustrations when inquiring for the loan of a pattern; also to apply for a pattern on the understanding that" they will-' at once copy it and return it to other applicants. "Correspondence should "be addressed to "A Mother," "Weekly Times" Office. Correspondents are requested not to send stamped envelopes. It is advisable that a pattern should be forwarded in an envelope endorsed with the name of this office, as in the event of it not being claimed it will be returned through the Dead Letter Office. Only needlework patterns are on loan. Patterns received from Mrs C.E.R., Condah; a canvas pattern without sender's name; and M.O'B., Strathdownie. Mrs G.R., Wanalla.—Will post in turn. We do not sell any patterns. Mrs B., Nimgav.—Patterns received. Have you a griffin in filet crochet? Patterns have been posted to I.M., Service ton; Mrs W.J.B., New South Wales. A.D., Benalla.—Many thanks for pretty calendar. I shall enjoy it ail ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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WEDDING BRENNAN—O'DONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

WEDDING BRENNAN—O'DONNELJj. The marriage of Miss Shefta O'Donnell, only daughter of Dr. N. M. O'Donnell, North Mel bourne, and Mr Frank Brennan, M.H.R., son of ilie. late Mr Michael Brennan, Strathfleld saye, Bendigo, was celebrated on Dec. 30 at •St. Mary's Star of the Sea, West Melbourne, by the Most Rev. Dr. Mannix, assisted by Rev. F. Englioh. Miss Mary O'Donnell,. Miss Lily . Coleman, Miss Esther Devine.Miss Claire Brennan, and Miss Flora Brennan, attended the bride. Mr W. A. Brennan acted as best man,. and the groomsmen were Messrs E. j Maloney and Nicholas O'Donnell. White satin, with Limerick lace draperies, made a charming rob„e for the young bride. Her veil, was also Limerick lace. The bridesmaids formed a picturesque group, wearing 'white crepe.de chine frocks/ emerald green sashes, and tulle cans set 'with green ospreys. At the church wedding marches were played - by Miss Alice Cullen, and Miss Curtin sand an Ave Maria. After the ceremony,, wed ding tea was served at the...

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

H-EArt ciSvRROW Magic Soap Does the Work Nor YOU MOTHER'S FRIEND— PEDK POMJJ® FOR THE.BEAD Strikes infesting Vermin dead. One application destroys vermin, -kills nits, heals sores, cures ringworm, and makes the hair grow thick, strong and curly. ^ Kills lice on live stock, resrooves Dan druff; 1/, 2/, 3/6. Sold by all chemists and stores, or posted from. J. Brin, Chemist, East Malvern, Vic.—1/2, • 2/3.. i and 3/9. and with Nit Comb, 6d extra.. For INFANTS & INVALIDS. ' Admirably adapted to the wants of infants." —Sir Chas. A. Cameron. C.B., M.D. A Mother's Testimony: Mrs. J. Kai\\ 6. Rockingham Road, Doncaster, writesDOCTOR—**-' ADVISED ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX "WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVE'S FOOD. I have reason to be grateful to my Doctor for his advice, because I have never lost a night's rest with any of my children, and they have cut their teeth without any trouble. Y6ur Food also does away with all need of medicine and castor oil."—22nd. August, 1912. British Medical Jour...

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HOMELY FARE RASPBERRIES AND RED CURRANTS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

HOMMLy; ■ ; FARE' ' By "HOUSEWIFE." RASPBERRIES AND RED= . CURRANTS Later by a few Weeks than the lus cious strawberry comes the raspberry. This has a hundred uses in the home kitchen, giving almost the same abundance of jams, jellies, creams, pies, tarts, or puddings that its* kin fruit, the strawberry, gives. The raspberry is a better cooking fruit than the strawberry, and syrups, vinegars, and wines made from it are looked for every year. The essence of the raspberry blends finely with the 4 tart red currant, softening that fruit amazingly, and being therefore used with it in syrup and jam making. Some heavy fruits of the raspberry are specially grown to be eaten; un cooked. The companion berries are pinched off the shoots, so that the others may secure all the nourish ment and come to the dessert table juice-filled, enormous, luscious, • and scented. Such raspberries equal straw berries in their fragrance and beauty, and appeal to nearly all the senses at once. Raspberry Float.—...

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FLELMINGTON RINK TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

FLELM'IN GTON RINK TOURNAMENT. I Tne opening contests took place on Boxing Day on the Newmarket green, and were con- j eluded on December 27, with the following results:— J First Round.—Ling (Sandrlngham), 13, beat i Shiels (Ascotvale), 12; Pearson (Essendon) 17, beat Osborne (Flemington), 16; Crawley (Carlton), 22, beat Young (Aberfeldle), 9* Mills (Williamstown) 27, beat Smith (Foots cray), 18; y.'ain (Aberfeldie) 24, beat New bold (Prince's Park), 7; M'Farlane (Essen don), 28, beat Dowlan (Moonee Ponde), 12; Watson (North Ballarat), 17, beat Bennett (Prince's Park), 10. : Second Round.—Dredge (Hawthorn!. IS, beat Jordan (Flemington), • 12; Bowman | (Middle Parle), 14, beat Maples tone (Moonee j Ponds), 11; Pridham (Flemington), 26, beat Kemp (Carlton), 12; Vailing (Williamstown) 22, beat Holmes (Flemington), 14; Crawley, o3,' beat Pearson, 9; Main. 20, beat Mills, 17; Robbie (Fitzroy and East Melbourne), 11, beat Ling, 17; M'Farlane, 17, beat Watson, 16. Third Round.—Bowman, 24, ...

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BOWLS AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

BOWLS By "JACK." AUSTRALASIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. It has been decided to hold the interstate toXirnanient next Easter in Brisbane. Last year's tourney was held in Melbourne. and was the most successful ever held in the : Commonwealth. All the States were repre sented at the tourney, and It is to be hoped ; that the same " conditions will prevail on this occasion. Play will stort at Brisbane on Good Friday. April 10. and conclude (if pos- j sible) ca April IS. The Australasian single handed championship will be played on the 10th. 11th, and 13th April, the games being 21 points up. except the final, when 31 points will have to be scored by the winner. The interstate teams' match (four rinks from each State) will take place on -the 14th and loth April, and the Australasian rink cham pionship is to be decided on April 1(5, 17, and IS. Consolation matches will be arranged if time is available. Entries close on' March "S. 1214. with Mr Percy C. Sapsford, hen. secretary Queensland Bowling Asso...

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

PROFESSION All. By "FLEETFOOT." , Another important Victorian handicap has fallen , to an interstate competitor, J. Dreghorn • having carried off the "Echuca Hundred" on Boxing Day. The meet ing was splendidly patronised.. The re ceipts for the two days rec'hing close on £250, a local record. It is estimated that i there were, about 2COO people on the first day,.' and thrice as many on the second day. The | Gift was a hard-fought race right through, , i the majority of the preliminaries being won [ only by inches. In the final Dreghorn had : most to fear from that very promising run-' ner, C. M. S. White and E. (Mick) Carter,, who recently returned from England after winning a Stadium hundred. Dreghorn was on ISy2 yards, White on 12%, and Carter on seven, and the Brisbane man won the final ! by a foot in 12 seconds. White showed that he was in form by. winning first money in the second and third-class- Sheffield from R. B. Drew, another veteran Queenslander, who was beaten by inches...

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ATHLETICS AMATEUR. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

AMATEtJR. B? "ALL ROUND." • The New South Wales Amateur Athletic I Association has selected the following team j to represent it. at the AustraLasian cham- ! pionshipa in • Melbourne, on January 21 and iff:—J, C. Bradley, 100 yards, 220 yards, 440 yards; A. F. Thorpe, 8S0 yards and one mile; J. W\ Fraser, 120 yards hurdles, 440 yards hurdles, and broad jump; W. J. O'Reilly, shot j and hammer events; A. W. Pickard, one and three mile, walks; J, Smith, high jump and j pole vault. This is a very good combination. O'Reilly is the veteran of the party, but the only effect age seems to have with him is to make him, if anything, better with ' the shot and hammer each year. Thorpe is the best "middle distance runner produced in j N.S.W. for any years, and his meeting with ; the local champion, Watson, and Turnbull, i together with Dormer (N.Z.) should provido some excellent racing. Pickard (walks) has recently been smashing all N.S.W. records up to three miles. His style is reported to he b...

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

1100 GARS IN DECEiBERI WE SOI/D OVER 100 f CARS IN DECEMBER . | Tarrant Motors Ply. Ltd J 104 P.USSEIilj ST., MELB. I Tel, 1)200. 1 MOTOR DRIVERS WANTED ' Great Demand. HAND SO MB SALARIES. New Classes Forming. Y^rite for Prospectus, Free. GAUDIN MOTOR WORKS TUITION DEPT., LITTLE COLLINS -ST., MELBOURNE.. fSSEESS^SB aBBassssBESBESEsassBs: SSBESSI la a high-grade " Silent-Knight" 4-cyIinder Car of proved Efficiency. Its smoothness of running, great hill climbing capabilities,, economy in tyres and petrol, sad afeove.all great strength and ability to standi up to hard work—spread over years of con?inua$;i3e—make the " Minerva" an idea! Car for the man who wants a motor that will still be running sweetly 5 years hence. Th« " Mlnorva" la ono of th» most popular Caps on Vlctorlcn reads, and th» would-be purchases' can make no mistakein selecting on* ot these Rellablo acd-Hieh-cIsoo Cur*. Llcts on Application. Trial Rune Arranged. WE ARE ALSO REPRESENTATIVES FOR THE FOLLOWING WORLD-FAMED ...

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

O AKK SHBPPARTON CARNIVAL £455. £1914). 10th FEBRUARY, 11th £115 SHEPPAHTON GIFT. £115. £275 Pedesarians Events. £275 £65 Cycling Events. . £Go £75 Band Contest. £75 £23 Highland Events. £25 £16 Wood Chop. £16 Entries close as follows:—Band Contest, 7th January. 1911; General Events, 15th Janu ary, 1914. Programmes and all information on appli cation to JOHN STUBBS, Secretary.

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

BOATING By "ROWLOCK." Archie Priddle and Pat Hannan have signed articles for a match to take place at Lake Albert, near Wagga, on January 21. In connection with the challenge by F. S. Hagney to Charlie Towns (holder) for the sculling championship of New South Wales Towns has two months from December 12 last to make up his mind. He is expected to accept. According to a cable message received in Melbourne a few days ago nothing has yet been decided upon in regard to the proposal made some, time ago to send an English crew from the Thames club to Australia. The captain of the Thames Rowing Club is the authority for the statement. Writing to a friend from Evan's Hill (N.S.W. recently, James Paddon said that he was feeling very well and keeping himself in form by four or five rows a week. Re ferring to the world's championship Paddon made the following comments:—"I see Albany intends claiming the world's championship title on January 23 if Barry won't race him. Well, I fancy I have a pri...

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QUESTIONS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

QUESTIONS ANSWERED Pickled Oucumbers.—Fanner's Wife.—Take enough vinegar to cover the sliced cucumber, -some whole pepper, and bruised ginger. Sprinkle salt over the slices and allow to stand all night. Nest day drain them all the morning, place in a jar, and pour the boiling vinegar over them. Keep in a warm place for about an hour. Pour off the vine gar and boil it up with peppercorns and bruised ginger. Pour it over the cucumber and cork or paste down. It will be ready for use in a few days. 2. See answer to "Ellis." Pickled Walnuts.—©llis.—Prick over 100 walnuts. Put them in a brine of 6 oz salt to 2 quarts of cold water. Change the brine every three days for nine days, and keep stirring them about. Take the walnuts out, drain them, and expose them to the sun un til black. Boil up 2 oz black pepper, 3 oz ginger, 3 oz cloves, 2 oz mustard seed, and a few blades of mace in two quarts of vine gar for about 10 minutes. , •Straiin this, and pour it over the walnuts, which should have...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

NOTES. The .Middle Park four (mlkie, Chesterfield, Butler, and Bowman) have won the Canter bury rink tournament from the Kangaroos (Irwin, Stewart, Robins, and Mair) by 21 to 14 in the final. In the second match, Victoria v. Northern Tasmania, played in Tasmania, the visitors von by 92—SS. The Leongatha visiting team was enter tained by the St. Ktida players on December 26 and on the following morning by tho M.C.C. bowlers. A match was played in each instance, the visitors, being defeated on both occasions.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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