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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

THE,1eadin| pEJFFIffi IN australsar i , . •' - : K' •: Commercial- union ' a sub ance company, limited i| 7 ' !»•; ;: - s\>t x 1 | J f 5 Jci ■' •• ' '• . Oi, • « 9,1- » I^v I All Classes of Fire Risks Accepted ij • ^Lowest Current Rates ji Losses ,Dy Lightning, and/ prft " Fires Ccoveredby'thfe<j>jniftLtiy ; I! Prompt and Liberal Settleme; r 'of \ Agent for Talbo and District— ij ROBERT^ A:I vLE N*s ■} '$[ i> The (ESTABLISHED GENERAL PRINTING OfilC^. M lfW ■ T"llr" "fT'l- .^T. .1 HH . ,• ■ 'JOi* —- EVERY DESCRIPTION OF GENERAL : a I ■. ' ■ i job ;'Y:v 5 ' ' -Executed vie the Very Best Styleat \ '"""V.'1 • y'' i1 ~ . •: . •.•••:/.'•; • • ' •. "Var»f v-.::. , l> Moderate Rates and at Shortest::'tslotip4 '' i. .-fk - Aii Orders Faithfully Attesi&©d'v'To. \ " ' * ■- ■ . - ' • ^ w 7:*T I ... -v.. ^lic^iSd,.... ... ;RdBERT-^LIi^^g I •; l: 'il'ft S „!$ -. I. : .>:vrfT • »-• . «r vyr " •. X - . '. ■ Of,' ;-r • - *• Those..who, have taken this medicine are a...

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

" It the blood is diseased, the body is diseased.'' ■— Remember that the blood whether pure or impure, circulated through the organs of the human body Lungs, Heart; Stomach, Kidneys, Brain If it laden with poisonous matter it Bpreads disease on its course. In cases of Sorofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Bad Legs," Skin and.Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds, the effects of Clarke's Blood Mixtures are marvellous. Thou sands of • ^wonderful cures • have been effected by it. Clarke's Blood Mixture is sold everywhere at 2s 9d per bottlle. eware of worthless imitations and sub stitutes, r.> JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING— CREATES many a new business ENLARGES many an old business I REVIVES many a dull business 1 RESCUES many a lost business I SA FES jnany a falling business! PRESE VES manv a large business 1 AND SECURES sucoees m any busi ness 1 In connotion with the above it is wel to remember'that^r- ' . . ! One step won t take you very tar, ' ' ' You've got to keep on walking ; &l...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

■MAIL NOTICES. :u; . 1 Mails .^lose at the Talbot Pos* Office I as unde ! 4 ? ' Daily. Clunes, 7 30 a m, 12 45 p m, 6 30 p m Creswick, 7 30 a m, 12 45 p m, 6 30 p m Tourelib, 12 45 p m Ballarat, 7 30 a m, 12 45 p m, 6 30 p m Melbourne, 7 30 a ra, 12 45 p m, 3 5 p m, 6 45 p m Maryborough 8 55 am, 3 5 pm, 6 45 pm Daisy Hill, 8 55 a ra Castlemaine, 8 55 am Amherst, 1 30 p m ' Evansford, 1 30 p m Caralulup. 1 30 p m Dunach, 10 20 a m, Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays ! Mails arrive at the Talbot Post Office, as ,under:— Daily. Clunes, 9 33 a ra, 3 40 pm, 9 43 p m Creswick, 9 32 a m, 9 43 pm Tourello, 9 43 pm Ballarat, 9 32 a m, 3 40 p m, 9 43 p m Melbourne, 9 32 a ra, 1 26 p m, 9 43 p m Maryborough, 8 a m, 126 p m, 7 5 p m Daisy Hill, 1 26 p m Castlemaine, 1 26 p m Amherst, 3 p m Evansford, 4 25 p m Caralulup, 4 25 p m ' Dunach, 12 45 p m, Mondays Wednes days, a,nd Fridays

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

EM 'ASSUME GO. LTD. ESTD. 1782, FIRE. ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. LOSSES PAID EXCEED J5853OOG,OQQ. ! Usees bv BUSH FIRES and by LICHTHMQ - era madb good by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. VlOTORIAH 461 to 471 BOURKE ST., | SE£LL Melbourne. DALCSTY & CO. LTD.. AQ0HT8. Saved by Order.' There is a story told on the author ity of the "Shipping World" that will appeal to seafaring readers. A revi valist went on> board one of the ships of the line to confer with the Admiral and the following conversation en sued:—"I've called to see .you, sir, about the state of religion in the fleet. We have had a glorious awakening in the Arethusa, and I want to interest your men in the subject of their ever lasting welfare." "Ah!" "Yes, sir, we baptised ten men in the. Arethusa yesterday." "The deuce you did! Here, captain order out twenty men for bap tism first thing to-morrow morning. I'll be hanged if I'll be beaten by any Arethusa in this service!" Prentice-3t., East St. Idlda. Septembe...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW CURTAIN LECTURE. Mr. Caudle Has Lent a Car-Fare to a Friend. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

A NEW CURTAIN LECTURE. - Mr. Caudle Has Lent a Car-Fare to a Friend. "Throwing your money away again, Mr. Caudle! You always were a fool. ' I'd like to know who'd lend you a car-fare when you run short, and short it is you always will be while ever you've such high notions Of being liberal. I wonder where you get such notions! Not from your hard-working wife, Mr. Caudle! No, indeed, and you know it; and you needn't growl like that. But I can work, and I can slave from morning to night and wear my finger-ends to fiddle-strings! But what do you care, Mr. Caudle, so long as you can be generous with your swell friends and lend them car-fares? "But you always were a fool. I only wish they knew you as I know you.. Ah, .me! The things we might have done with that threepence. There's Jack, bless his innocent little heart. He wants a new ball to play with, and threepence would buy one. Where's the other one, you say? Well may you ask, when you know that old cat across the street kept it when...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW WOMEN LOSE HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

HOW WOMEN LOSE HEALTH. Said a physician:—"I wonder that women fail to appreciate how much nervous force as well as physical strength they consume in worrying over the little things of life. Look at the mother and housewife as she goes about her tasks, and observe how often she utters an impatient exclam ation, how often she starts nervous ly at a noise from one of the children. And each time that she loses control over herself, her nerves, her temper, she loses just a little nervous force, just a little physical well-being, and moves a fraction of an inch farther on in the path that leads to pre mature old age and to invalidism." Constant laughter is no sure sign of a haippy nature; more often than not it is only a sign of good teeth.

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

THE HOUSEHOLD SELECTED RECIPES. SBartol Pudaing.—Beat the yolks of four eggs with, half a cup of powder ed sugar, the grated rind and juice of one orange. Add to the stiffly beaten whites 01 the eggs, halt a cup of flour and half a teaspoontul of bailing pow der. Mix thoroughly, turn into a but tered- tin, .and base for twenty-five minutes in a moderate hot oven. If you have a cake tin with tube in the centre^ or a mould with hollow centre, use this for the baking. When done, remove from the mould, fill the centre serve with whipped cream. Tapioca Snow Pudding.—Three tab lespoonfuls of tapioca soaked over night in a cup oi cold water. (If pos sible buy the Minute Tapioca, which does not require more than a few minutes' soaking.) Boil one quart of milk, stir in the tapioca and let it toil; then stir in the yolks of two eggs beaten with a cup of sugar, sea son with lemon, turn into the serving dish, and cover with a; meringue made; of the whites of the eggs and sugar. Serve cold. - Tr...

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

SUPREME AMONG AGE- AMD '-QUALITY'.'GUARANTEED. JAMES-WATSON''DUtiOEE

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE VALUE OE COURAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

THE VALUE OE COURAGE. - A great deal of talent is lost in the world for the want of a little courage. Every day sends to their graves a-rium ■ ber of obscure men who have' only re mained in obscurity because of their timidity, which has prevented them from making a first effort, and who, if they could have been induced to begin, would in all probability have gone : great lengths in the career of fame. The fact is that, to do anything, in this world worth doing, we must not stand shivering and thinking of the cold and danger, but jump in and scramble through -as,well a3 we can. It will not do to be perpetually calculating risks and adjusting nice chances; it did well before the Flood, when a man could consult his friends upon an in tended publication for 150 years, and then live to see his success afterwards, but at present a man waits, and doubts and consults his brother and. his par ticular friends, till one fine day, he finds that he is sixty years of age that he has lost so much ...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

: CHAPTER III. Love, Hilary's daily letter, liis fly ing, visits to London, and her own courage, helped Queenie through the next four months. She was still work ing a.t Voile and Cot's. A bride needs a trousseau, and the home had still to be kept up, though the financial strain had lessened; but in a way that troubled Queenie and, kept her awake at night instead of bringing peace of mind. Mr. Price had taken a single-room office in the city, and was speculating in copper with some apparent suc cess. A man cannot speculate without some capital. It was the knowledge of the source of her father's borrow ed capital that helped to keep Queenie awake at^night. Michael Thorne had lent him the money, but, as Mr. Price put it airily, on a purely 'business basis; Michael Thorne, who, since the night of his unsuccessful proposal to Queenie, seemed to have discarded all human emotions and turned himself into a money-making machine; who had justified his boast, "Nothing can stop me!" He was the ...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

CHAPTER II. The Prices, occupied the half of a house, classically termed "maison ette" in advertisements. They had a front door to themselves, and also a flight of stairs "with a sharp turn be fore the premises commencing on the first floor were reached. It was late. When sales were on at Voile and Co., Qiieenie's hour of re turn was quite uncertain. She had a latchkey, and the gas was left burning in the hall passage for her. As Queenie stepped into the pass age, Michael Thorne had reached the foot of the stairs, and she heard the retreating shuffle of her father's car pet slippers as he reached the landing above. Mr. Price wore a loud-checlced suit, white spats, and a rakish bowler hat at an angle by day; but at night— when he was at home—collapsed into a dressing-gown and carpet slippers. He rarely exhibited open Bigns of drunkenness, but he became very weary after an excess of whisky. That was why, instead of seeing. Michael Thorne to the front door, he had "God blessed" him on ...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Heart of a Girl. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

By HENRY FARMER, Author of "The Money-Lender," "12a Quiltry Street," "Bondage," etc. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. : - Affairs, financial affaire in particu lar, -were at a more than, usually low ebb with, the Price family, and QUeenie Price was feeling badly de pressed as she quitted one of the back entrances to Voile and Co.'s drapery establishment in Oxford-street. She was not given to moping, but the strain of her home life and the struggle to make both ends meet were beginning to tell, and, also, on this night she was dead tired and suf ■ fering irom "shop" headache Voile and Co. had just concluded their great .winter sale. The strain had been greatest on the last day; the crowd bewildering. Folk- out for bargains at sale-time are inclined to forget that shop-assistants are composed of ilesh and blood. Many of Queenie Price's fellow shop-girls, who lived, in, envied her her nome life, but they did not re alise what a depressing, dreary home it was, how hard the struggle, di...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW ANAESTHETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

A NEW ANAESTHETIC. I There has recently been discovered a new anaesthetic, which prevents pain after an operation. It consists of a solution of quinine and urea hy drochloride, and before the surgeon begins to operate it is injected around the affected region. The discoverer says that after the patient has recov ered from the effects of the general anaesthetic the solution gives entire freedom from pain, and that it pro motes rapid healing. He believes that it -will prove valuable in .accident cases, since it will stop the pain in crushed and fractured limbs, and will frequently avert fatal shocks. Injec tion ol "the? new compound is not fol lowed by intense pain, such as the ad ministration of cocaine often causes. If, after thorough tests," tlie, new an aesthetic-, proves to be effective and safe, it will be of great benefit to I mankind.

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEART PALPITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

HEART PALPITATION. It is. rarely, if ever, that palpitation is due to. any disease or weakness of the heart. It is almost invariably the result of nervous or digestive trouble. The heat of the heart arises -within itself. There are nerves in the mus cles of the heart, and they regulate its bating, although the speed or rate of the beating is not of their choosing. If they were not held in check they would set a rate about double that which is actually maintained. The heart is supplied from the brain with two pairs of regulating nerves. One pair, the cardio-motor nerves, act only to spur up tire heart to quicker action. They are usually inactive, waiting the occasion for applying the spur.' The other pair, the cardio-inhibitory nerves, are always in action. It has been said that the heart runs in a pair of tightly-held reins, and the simile is true_ for these nerves check the speed. Fear, worry, disorder of the stomach or nervous system cause these cardio-inhibitory nerves to re lax;...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO SWEETEN THE BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

TO SWEETEN THE BREATH. Children should be taught to use a tooth-brush and some good dentrifice after every imeal, and especially be fore.going to bed at night. There are few things more offensive than an un pleasant breath, and few things, easier to avoid, if proper care is given the teeth. One of the cheapest and most eneetive dentriiices is common table salt, and if used with a good brush re gularly very little else will be needed. There are many dentrifices in the mar ket at reasonable prices, and many of them are very good, but some of them are harmful, and it is well to make one's own dentrifice. If the gums are tender and inclined to bleed easily, select a brush adapted to their tender condition, and do not give them excessive friction. Your dentist will tell you a preparation for hardening the gums without harming them. There are some gums so "tender that a hard brush injures them. The teeth should be brushed downward from both sides of the upper teeth, and up ward from both ...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH NOTES. THE NOSE AS A HEATING APPARATUS. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

HEALTH NOTES. THE NOSE AS A HEATING APPARATUS. - No stove or furnace that was eyer made by man can equal m- etneiency the human nose.' For the nose, in the space of three inches ancTin two sec onds oi i;JUb,'can raise the tempera ture o£ the air it draws in nearly fifty degrees, and at the. same time satur ; ate it with moisture and thoroughly purify it. It is also a perfect inter, ' and thus the most important guardian of the body against disease. All air that is breathed into .the lungs should be at a temperature, of neariy 30 deg. Fahrenheit. Cold,'dry air is fine for the outsiae of tne -body, but has no place in its interior. In heating the air the hose "works on the principle of a steam coil. It is not merely two tubes leading up into the heaa, and so down to the throat, but from the bones oh either side three twisted bones curl out into the pass-" age, one above the other, each coated with elastic cushions of blood-vessels and tiny glands. These form coils with, a great, hot, ...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. POLLOCK—HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

OSAWGE BLOSSOMS. \ ——— ; u • . FOLLOCE—HAMILTON. A quiet wedding was celebrated in Chri3t^ Church,-Maryborough, on 12th -November,' 'The contracting parties , were Mr,,R. St. Clair Pollock, of Donald (late of Talbot), and .Miss Mabel Hamil ton, RrV.T.IS'.A., of Fokin Road, Mary borough, late head nurse of Amherst District Hospital, the officiating clergy man being.the Rev Canon Davies, of Christ Church'. Mary borough; ' Mt' Boba? Pollock, of Talbot,,was best man,and the bride, who was given away by her: brother^. Mr Jas. Hamilton of Diamond Creek, was attended by her sisters, the Misses Amy E. Hamilton and Jean JD. Hamilton, who were the brides maids. The .bride was. motored to the church by" her uncle, Mr E A. Hamilton, of CariBbrook. After the marriage cere mony tho~ wedding party, relatives, and gueats drove to the' home of the bride's mother and partook of the wedding bfeakfasfc. The young couple left by the evening train amid showers of confetti, good wiBhes, and congratulation...

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

Remember that the blood, , whether pure or impure, circulates through the organs of the human body — Lunge Heart, Stomach, Kidneys, rain. If they , .laden with poisonous matter it spreads".. disease on its course. "If the blood is diseased the body is diseased." In cases . of Scrofula, Scurvy, Eczema, Bad Legs Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sores of all kinds the effect of Clarke's Blood Mixture are marvellous. Thou sands of wonderful cures have been effected by it. Clarke's Blood Mixture is sold everywhere at 2s 9d per bostle beware of worthless innitatiotis q,rH sub atiutes Clarke s world-famed bujod mik CtTRE. "The most searching Blood Cleansers that science and medical sscill have brought to light." ; Sufferers tro n Scrofula Scurvy, Eczema, . Bad Lei;s, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples, and Sore3 of any kind are solicited to give it a trial to test ,its value. Thousands of wonderful cures have been effected by it. Sold everywhere at 2s 9d per b ottle Beware of worthless ...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR NEW SERIAL. THE OPENING CHAPTERS OF The Heart of a Girl. A powerful domestic story, depicting the difficulties of a fine type of work girl. APPEAR IN THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 3 January 1914

OUR NEW SERIAL, ;|THE OPENING CHAPTERS OF A powerful domestic story, depicting the difficulties of a fine type of work " girl. ■ ' 2 By HENRY FARMER. Author of "The Adventuress," etc. APPEAR IN THIS ISSUE. : . 'Among new writers,of fiction, Mr. i . Farmer has achieved a' front rank v §; place by sheer merit!; When his name - ~ ^ was hardly known his serial stories & i commanded notice by. reason of their .5 ; vivid characterisation. He has been " especially successful in focussing keen l-'< attention on the conditions of life of shop assistants and that great grow - . iiig class which includes so many young women of middle-class respeo : tability. In this case the villain is an intensely daring and melodramatic V character, whose designs are calcula ted to set the reader's teeth on edge. The heroine is a splendid type of girl and makes the story absorbing.

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

SORE, SWOLLEN, AND TENDER FEET. :o:- 1— Used to Cry out with the Pain. Zam-Bnk Heals, Soothes,' and. Cools. "After walking for some time I used to. suffer from swollen and teuderfe"at,v which were very sore," says Mrs C. E, Driver, of 43 Donald street,' Footacray, Melbourne. 11 Tbe burning and aching sensations , caused me much suffering-,' and at times I used to cry out with the pain. I bathed them and tried all sorts of things to get; relief, but nothing, sased,. the smarting or reduced the swelling.-: " However, I tried Zam-Buk. and this excellent balm soon; drew out all the hea.t,'healed the soreness, and;reduced the swelling. Zam-Buk is indeed a won* derful' halm, for. I have never had any foot troubles since using it. Now I can walk about in. cqmfort, whereas.one tirao I could not' even boar a boot on. ; '•' I have al§o proved Zam-Buk to ba a , useful household healer for cuts, bruises and sores, , and we are never without a supply by us." - ^Everybody:-who lias not tried Zam-...

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