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BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. Fat cattle:-234 was the supply forward for to-day's sales, a small pro portion consisting of good and prime beef, the maiority comprising middling cows and steers. There was an aver, age attendance of buyers present, and competition was much more uctire than last sale, values all round being firmer, the advance being more pro nounced in quality pens. Quotations: -Prime pens bullocks, ill to £13 10s; good pens bullocks, £9 10s to £10 10s; medium, £7 10s to £8 10s ; best cows, to £4 10s; good, £6 10s to £8. Calves:-54 penned, best for ward selling to £± 8s 6d. Sheep : 4584 came forward for to-day's sale,' a fair proportion consisting of good quality, with a smaller number of prune; balance medium description. Quality was in brisk demand and sold att,impMived_prifiP-s. whilst others made late values. Quotations :-Prime crossbred wethers, 20s to 21s Gd; extra quality, 23s to 25s 1 Od; good crossbred wethers, 17s Gd to 18s 6d; medium do. 15s to 16s j ...
STRANDED AUSTRALIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
STRANDED AUSTRALIANS. At all times o£ tlio year there are to be found in inhospitable Loudon some stranded Australians who caunot ob tain work, and who have not enough money to take thom back to their own country. They represent various types, from the visiounry who has come to London in search of fame and fortune with a new invention which ho felt confident the "War Olhce or the Admiralty would purchase at a huge price, to the adventurous youth who aimed at nothing more than seeing the I "world, But they also include young [ttfctauaen ami men q? qq. tupations who havo been acoua. oomed to wandering from one Austra lian Stato to another, with the confi dence of being ablo to " pick up a job ot somo kind." In Australia, wboro tlio labor market is seldom congested, that confidence becomes justified by experience, but in England, where the labor market is always congested, where there are always hundreds of unemployment available for every vacancies which offers, the hope of being able...
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Tuesday. I Fat shc.pp :-26,600 yarded; market irregular and unsteady throughout. In many instances the prices were a. shade easier. Quotations:-Prime 1 crossbred wethers, 18s to 20s; extra, I 21s to 23s 9d; good, 16s 6d to 17s 9d ; seconds, from 15s ; prime cross bred ewes, 15s 6d to 16s 6d ; extra, J 17s 6d to 20s; good, 13s to 14s; j second and inferior, from 10s ; prime | j merino wethers, 17s to 18s 6d ; extra, ' 18s 9d to 20s 3d; selected pens, 22s 6d ; good, |14s to 16s; seconds, 12s 6d to 13s 9d ; inferior, from lis 6d; merino ewes, 6s to 17s. ! Fat lambB:-20,000 perned. De mand weaker ; prices favored buyers. Quotations:-Prime, 13s 6d to 15s 6d; extra, 16s to 17s; selected pens, 17s to 18s 9d; good, lis 9d to 13s; seconds, 10s 6d to lis 6d, a few small less.~'
STAWELL QUARTZ MINES. WEST AUSTRALIAN OPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
STAWELL QU A.RTZ MI^ES. WESTjAUSTRALIAN OPTION. Negotiations have been con cluded oetween Mr R. Hamilton, general manager of the Great Boulder Proprietary, West Aus tralia, and the owners of a group of Stawell mines, including the Magdala-cum-Moonlight, for an option, with a view to purchasing. There is much need ot a stimulat ing influence in Victorian quartz mining at present, when the talk of closing down old and well known mines is so frequently heard. The Great Boulder Company has been on the look out for a property for some time, several properties in Western Australian having been examined and declined. So. far, possibly to the regret of the company's officials, no Western Australian property has come up to require ments, and when the Stawell group of properties was brought under his'notice, Mr Hamilton was impressed with their possibilities. Though the idea of a Victorian mine being con sidered by the Great Boulder Company may come in for criticism in some quarters, it is on...
BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
BALLARAT PRODUCE MAR KET. The quotations are:-Wheat, 3s 6d I to 3s 7d for prime milling. Oats : | Fair feed, Is 7d to Is 8d, for stout, heavy milling. Barley: Prime, 3s 4d j fair to good, 3s to 3s 2d. Oape, 2s to 2s 2d. Flour, £8 10s. Bran, £4 10s. Pollard, £i 15s. Potatoes, new £3 15s to £4 5s. Hay : Best chaffing, 35s to 37s 6d ; manger, £2 to £2 2a 6d. Straw, 30s to 32s 6d
HEALTH IN THE HOME. WHEN TO TAKE A BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
HEALTH IN THE ' -HOME. WHEN TO TAKE A BATH. A cold sponge bath on rising is a good tonic. But the bathroom should be warm; and vigorous friction with a rough towel should follow.; A cold bath in a chilly room may depress a wca^; system; here tepid water sfiould be substituted for cold. 7,he feeble m'giit stand, while La i:.-g . a cold spuiigo. 'ba.h, in a ba.n ui/('in which the.c is ve.y w:um ? up to the . ^^^varraTjrTjsi bath at bed t 1. can imme bed Auithout .exposure.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
RASH m FACE Suffered" Six Months." Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment. Rash Gone. They Also Healed Two Boils on Neck, and Abscess. ."AmyvIUo," Castlereagh St., Singleton, N. 8. 'W.-M I unfortunately contracted tbo barbers rash.whlch had spread all over my face, and I suffered through this for about 6U months. 1 -was' recommended by a friend to try tho Cuticura Bcmodlcs, which I did/with good results.^ I used Cuticura Goap-"'And Cuticura Ointment as directed, and.ln about two or.tlireo:weeks the rasli .was gono. I tried other remedies beforo but was unsuccessful with them all. nI had two boils onnfy-iicclcand luscd tho'-Cutlqura" Soap arid C.utlcura Olnttn'ont? on tho'm. I^also had air abecess whlcli. had .. ; given- mo great suffering :fop-.£u:.\vc6u, and. tho^Catlcura-Ktjniodica tot two .,'.otitbroo d&y.s it'iroko and healed up'woU \ :iWcr.-"-V~friI^ October; FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS Tho following Is tv most cITectivo and-eco nomical treatment: Gently smear tho af fected pa...
ALCOHOL IN ACCIDENT OR ILLNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
ALOOHOL IN ACCIDENT OR ILLNESS'. Anyone who has abserved the prac tice of a majority of people when sud denly colled on to look after a person injured by accident, or in a suSderi. attack of illness, or drowning, coniot fail to have observed how in a majority of cases, the first thing done is to administer some form of alcohol-whatever even may be handy. Those who administor this remedy do j sire to do something to satisfy theit own anxieties, and this "remedy is-the first one usually, suggested. In, & majority of cases the remedy doss' more harm than good. A physician has had occasion to men tion this fact in the ease of a destruc tive galo at sea, where many persona were thrown into the water and half drowned. He found it necessary, to advise all assistants of fhe danger,of giving alcohol to persons .in this state; The same is true, in many other atatea -J-ia -apoplexy, hotttt- diaoasBj-faintnisjT loss of blood, etc.
FOOD FOR NERVOUS INDIVIDUALS [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
V fV0'0D rO(t-NERVqA7S V" 7 ^NDIVij)uALap "\ As a 'rule, salt meat is not adapted to tho requirements of nervous peoplo, ,-iw .nutritious juices1. go - into - -tho brino' ' to -a';?e):cat-- ex tent,".. i''i.sli''\>f;;': all '? ,kiii:ls; "is - g'oqd j^or _t)i&lt;iH4;!Kaw'eggs, - Contrary. to the oomraon' opinion, are not 03 di gestible as those that havo been .woll cooked. . Good.'brend, .sweet butter, and lean meat axo tlio best foods for the nerves. People . troubled with in somnia and norvous starting from sleop, and sensations of falling, can often bo cured by limiting themselves to a diet of milk alone for a time. An adult should tako a "pint at a meal, and tako four meals daily. People with weakened nerves require frequent ly a larger quantity of water than those whose nerves and brains aro strong. It aids tho digestion of food by making it soluble, and seems to have a direct tonio effect.
RAND LABOR LEADERS. HOW THEY SURRENDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
RAND LABOR LEADERS. HOW THEY SURRENDERED. I The Johannesburg correspon dent ot the "Cape Argus," undpr date 15th January, gave the following account of the manner in which the beseiged Labor leaders in the Trades Hall surrendered to the authorities:- | The Trades Hall occupants surrendered at 2 p.m. They were warned that if they did not come out force would be used, and a field piece had been trained on to the building. The order was' backed up by a very large force of police, burghers and special constables. The preparations in the streets bad evidently been noticed by the strikers at the windows- Soon after 1 o'clook sharp military words of command began to ring out, and reinforcements of police began to mass in the vicinity of the beleaguered garrison, while a twelve-pounder field gun was placed in position in Commis sioner-street, pointing up at the windows of the Trades Hall, with a pile of ammunition laying on the ground alongside. . Before leaving the barracks the police were...
TAXING A GIFT ESTATE. A CLUNES CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
TAXING A GIFT BTATF. A CLUNES 'CASE. .Before Mr Justice Hood iri tlio First Civil Court, Melbourne, in Wednesday, John Cornish, of Lardner, Gippsland, farmer, and WilJium Cornish,- of Talbot, orchardist, as executers of tile estate of tlio late Richard Cornish, retired miner, of Chines, who died in February, 1013, proceeded against the Crown to have it declared th.it taxation paid on certain land included by the Com missioner of Tuxes in deceased's estate .was improperly exacted, and must be refunded. The evidence showed that in August, 188G, Richard Cornish lent John Cornish, his nephew, £1000 to enable John to purchase a. farm for himself at Lardner.. The farm was purchased with the money. At John Cornish's suggestion the property was afterwards registered as belonging to Richard Cornish, so that Richard might hold the certificate of title as security for ' repayment, in order to , save' the . expense of executing a ; mortgage. John Cornish agreed to . pay Richard interest on the ...
CHAIRMAN'S MOTOR CAR DIGNITY OF POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
CHAIRMAN'S MOTOR" CAR DIGNITY OF POSITION Surviving a steady fire of ridicule, the proposal of the Moderates to supply the chairman of the Ltfndon County Council with an official motor-car was passed at a meeting of the Council yesterday (says "The Daily News" of December 17). The car is to be hired at a cost of £420 a year. It is to support the dig nity of the chairman's office and assist him to be received in "a fitting man ner" on ceremonial occasions. Mr Stanley Holmes, who moved the reference back of the proposal, won dered what the Moderate Party would have said seven years ago If the Pro gressives had suggested the provision of such a car. "How they would have talked," he said, " of the 'Wastrels' 1 Palace, to which the 'Wastrels'' chairman would drivo in his 'Wastrels'' motor-car." The General Purposes Committee sug gested that the chairman's car should bo recognisable as such. How was .that to bo done? inquired the critic. "Were they to have a gorgeous car like tho Lord May...
INDIANS IN NATAL ONLY COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
j INDIANS IN NATAL ONLY COURSE. Replying to an address to-day trom the Mahajana Sabha (Indian Mercantile Association) and the Madras Provin cial Congress Committee, Lord Har dinge the Viceroy (according to Rou ter's Madias correspondent In the "Daily News" of November 27), said: The position of Indians In South Africa has for some years past received the most anxious consideration of the Indian Government, which is doing all in its power to ensure them fair treat ment. The Union Act of which you complain has in practice the effect of putting a stop to Asiatic emigration to South Africa, although it does not discrimin ate in so many words against Asiatics. We, however, succeeded in securing the privilege of entry for a limited number of educated Indians annually. We also specially endeavored to secure as favorable terms as possible for the Indians already resident in the Union, and our efforts resulted In the inclusion of provisions for the right of appeal to the courts on points of ...
COURSING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
COURSING-ni UB. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Clunes District Coursing club was held at the Club hotel on "Wednesday afternoon, tlio president (Mr Geo. Frascr, J.P.) being in the chair. There was a fair attendance of members. SECRETARY'S REPORT. i I again must congratulate you upon the success of the season, both finan cially and otherwise. Financially you should feel as I do, particularly pleased with the result of the season's transac tions, more so because we had to pay' more for the judge and slipper than hitherto. Your credit balance, I may state, is the largest you have had for some years, which speaks volumes for ' the club. ' Three meetings were held. The nominations throughout were numerous, and no trouble was exi I perienced in filling the stakes. The meetings were well attended by the public, and the intorest sustained to tho end of each meeting. The season opened with tho Birthday and Puppy Stakes. Tho former was won by Morrish Bros. Naval Itoview, and the la...
CORRESPONDENCE. HOSPITAL FIREWOOD. (TO THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
CORBfcSPONDENCE HOSPITAL FIREWOOD. (to THE EDITOR). Sir,-Please allow me a smnll Bpaoo to insert my appreciation for 'ho kindness shown to tlio hospital by Messrs Birch, Nelson nntl Barkell. But why' leave it to those three ulono, .when so much moro could be done for the hospital if the. committee set ap.irt a day for cutting and carting from the bush ? How uiuch more could then be done, and not felt by two or three nlone. I am sure no one would miss a day's work oither chopping or carting, nnd the ladies could have a good outing by providing luncheon. I am sure if this were done yearly our hospital would reap a great benefit. Yours, &c. E.B.P. Clunes. 14/2/14.
PRIDE AND POVERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
PRIDE AND POVERTY. . A young man 111 tattered' clothes, - with one arm in a sling, yet with the manners of a gentleman, brought to the inspector of the police station in the the Rue Reaumur, Paris, a gold ring set with pearls which he had found lying in a gutter. Ho was asked for his papers of identity for the purpose of the police report on the find. With some hesitation he drew them from the inner pocket of his ragged coat, The inspector exolaimed in surprise us he read them, for the name o£ the pale, hungry, wretched, youth bofore him was Viscount Goslin de Bourgogne, son of General Bourgogne, who held a high command iu the French army twelve years ago. Pressed to tell his story, the young man said that his father had died leaving fourteen children to divide an extremely small fortune. He himself had passed through the cavalry school of Sauinur to take a commission in the army, but a motor accident had left him with a paralysed arm, which had destroyed his hopes of a career. He h...
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 February 1914
BALLARAT DAIRY PEODUOE MARKET. Phillips and Chamberlain report: Butter: Prime factory prints llj^dj lump, lid to llj^d ; separator, 8d to 9d; dairy, 8d. Eggs, 8d. Bacon: Sides, Hd; middles, is; hams, Is 3d Honey, 3d to 3%d. Lard, 7yid Ohoese, 0 j£d to 7J^d, Onions: Brown Spanish, £8 10b, New potatoen i £3 to &lt;64, i