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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
YOU SHOULD BE DETER MIN:.D. In rejecting the worthless and fre quently injurious counterfeits which are sometimes pushed for the sake of greater gain as "just as goo'l" as the GENLJIN EI SANDERS & SONS' PU»E VOLATILE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. Be not de ceived. Sander's Extract is recognise i by the highest medical authorities as [ possessing unique stimulating, healing, atid antisep'ic powers. The preparation of SANDER'S EXTRACT from the pur* ..-elected leaves, and the refinement by fecial processes give it curative virtue* peculiarly its own. Therefore. &lt;lo not be misled! Demand and insist upon the GENUINE SANDER EXTRACT', and you will derive the benerit that thou sands have derived from it before. When ill you should not depress your self more by the common, bulky an 1 nauseating eucalyptus oils and so-called Extracts." Although they are adver tised for medicinal p 'rpo-ses, they are fr f ir mechanical- use only, and some f 'hem have proved so i >juriou-s thu a I :a...
[?]N OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN.[?] [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
'.fir OLD NURSE FOa CHILDREN. :o: — - "Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething- Should always be • i-ad for Children while Teething. It Clothes the Child, softens the Gums i'.ilays all pain, Cure3 Wind Colic and is iso Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Diroc :.oos for Using MRS WiNSLOW'S SOOTH :'iTR0P.—For a child under, one month .1, 6 to 10 drops ; three months old, halt &lt; f»a-=poonful ; six months old and up "ards, a teaspoonful threa or four times day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above u.-tse every two or three hours until the character of the discharges is changed ur the.better. Sold Everywhere
KAISER ON "OUR PROGRESS" [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
KAISER ON "OUR PROGRESS" The Emperor and Empress to-day visited the Rathaus. and were wel comed with an address (says Rou ter's Munich correspondent on Decem ber 16.) In his reply tlje Emperor said: "Almighty God willed that it should be vouchsafed to our fathers to sow on the blood-drenched battlefield the seed which has borne such glorious fruit. The paths for all German races to un hindered development of their ideal and material forces were, then made smooth for all the German tribes. In addition to these favorable preliminary conditions, the present generation had enjoyed the blessings of a long and un disturbed peace. "Perhaps there is justification for asking seriously whether this favor of the times is being rightly used, whether the sons are worthy of the fathers, whether our patri mony is being properly developed even under the strong- protection of our splendid defence force on land arid water." p The Emperor said a glance at the enormous progress of Munich was cal culate...
INSPIRATION IN DREAM WIFE'S CHANGE OF WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
INSPIRATION IN DREAM WIFE'S CHANGE OF WILL. A suit was commenced in the Pro bate Division yesterday (states "The Daily Mail." December 18), before Mr Justice Bargrave and a special jury, in which there is a contest respecting a codicil attached to the will of Mme. Emma Josephine Pilet, married daugh ter of the late M. de Nicol, proprietor of the Cafe Royal, Regent street. The will was made on March 23, 1912; the nodicil was dated ten days later. She died at her residence in London on April 23 of the same year, aged fifty five. She had been twice married; her first husband was M. Pegache, who died in 1897, and she married M. Henri Francis Louis Pilet in 1899. The executors propounded the docu ments; and the codicil was opposed by the husband. M. Pilet, who alleged among other things undue influence of the mother* Mme. Celestine de Nicol. The estatrix's son by her former mar riage, Daniel Houis Georges Pegache, was also a defendant, but took no part in the case. There was no issue of ...
QUININE OUTPUT LIMITED [?] [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
QUININE OUTPUT LIMITED wumine, the price of which has just been advanced, is one of a number of drugs whose values are not wholly gov erned by the law of supply and de mand. The drug is obtained from Cinchona bark, which is no named because it was introduced into medicine in 1688 by Countess Chinchon, the wife of the Viceroy of Peru, who was herself cured of a fever by its aid. In the whole sale drug: markets the bark is still call ed Chinchona, but the pharmacopoeial name is Cinchona. Until comparatively recent years the supply of bark was obtained from South America, and it is in fact still commonly known as Peruvian bark. But about fifty years ago an Eng lish traveller obtained some Cinchona seeds and brought them to England, where they were eventually bought by the Dutch Government. They were ; planted in the Island of Java, and af ter a long series of experiments the Dutch Government succeeded in culti vating trees which will yield two or even three times as much quinine as the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
&S a supo BafosuaPd against Summop Coldo, Ssk) Throat, " Duot Tbroat," WSffht Cbllls, and all tho po^lUs of ouddon weather ohaacjba, Koop PEPS Alcmyo Handy. 2J?7 Fopo tostes the invls oratlnor and healthful Ftoo POPODt-Q-WJ ET7Qpy Slomo. CfesEsIeia Stereo. ob4 it? P«po Pastille Co. OydEey, at i/5an&lt;3 s/- b»s Before you come to a final decision about your Furniture-order, inspect our own make, patented Thistle brand Furni ture, which is guaranteed against split ting or cracking in the hottest climate in Australia.—T. Walls & Co., Mary bo rou^h and Terang. TNDIGESTION has spoiled the life and shattered the health of many a man and woman. It should!never bfe' neglected. The occasional headache or pains after eating, which trouble you now, may scarcely seem worth attention, but twelve months hence, if you neglect them, you may be numbered amongst the great army of dyspeptics, whose daily toil becomes almost intolerable through chronic headaches, pains after ea...
VISIT TO AUSTRALIA [?] [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
VISIT TO AUSTRALIA - r ■ . Mr. E. W. Chaplin, who recently took the long sea voyage to Australia for the benefit of his health, has col lated many of his experiences in the form of an interesting lecture on •"Down Under and Back Again," which he delivered to the members of the Southampton Cameron Club at. the Philharmonic Hall on Monday event ing (says the "Southampton Times" of December 6). Mr. Chaplin acknowledged that a 13 weeks' stay in a great country like Australia made' it impossible to give anjHhing like a complete outline of the possibilities of this wonderful country. Australia is 25 times as large as the United Kingdom, nearly three-quarters the size of Europe, - larger than the United States, and four-flfths the size of Canada. It is very rich in natural wealth, producing gold, silver, lead, copper, and precious stones. In addition, there are vast deposits of iron ore which have been scarcely touched; but the pastoral industry, owing to the | splendid climatic conditions...
DEFINING A TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
Four Law Lords and five eminent j counsel were occupied in the House of Lords yesterday in an endeavor to settle whether boiling a kettle is or is not a trade (says the "Daily News" of November 15). They did not suc ceed—at least, their lordships re served judgment without calling upon counsel for the respondent, Lord Hals bury remarking that if they desired to hear them they would notify them to that effect. The respondent yesterday was the occupier and licensee of the Crutched Friar Hotel, John street, Minories. The appellants were the Metropolitan Water Board, and the question at Issue was whether the water supply was one for trade or domestic pur poses, in view of the fact that a cater ing business is carried on at the hotel. One or two posers were put by Lord Halsbury to Mr. Clavell Salter, K.C., who opened for the Water Jioard, and argued that the catering consti tuted a trade within the meaning of the Act. "If an old woman had someone to tea (to be paid for), is her water sup...
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. Talbot "will ra&'et Maryborough on the j local ground this afternoon, when the ; team will be chosen .from Long. Deans, Eaves, Wardley (2), Gane, Schmidt, Con gress, Wouda, Albert, Bailey, Ladd, and Howard. The Maryborough Association against Castlemaine last Saturday, made a poor ehow. Castlemaine scored 155, Selen meyer making 40. Stevens took 6 wickets for 52; Davey, 1 for 25; Uhivers, 3 for 22; Haberle, 1 for 16. Maryborough made 61, Morton 15, Ohivers 1J, and Stevens 10.
SIX SISTERS 475 YEARS OLD [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
SIX SISTERS 475 YEARS OLD The joint ages of a family of six sis-» ters named I«amelle, living in a little I village near Autun, France, total 4751 years. Lazarette is eighty-five, Marie | eighty-three, Marie Lazarette seventy- D eight, Etiennette and Jeanne, twins, i seventy-seven, and Antoinette seven ty-five- They are all in perfect health, and look forward to living 100 years each. NOT ON THEER OWN The ideal of the future must be a . humanism which no more idealises I "the woman on her own" than it ad- ' mires the isolated man, but allows to each personality and freedom, and links them in a comradeship against , the lusts and the brutalities which j would destroy them both (says "The I Nation")- 8 &lt; -'.'-'■■■■II- .i -.I.-..,.. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
Talbot Flower Show. 4 MEETING of all interested in the ./"A. above will be held at the Public Library on 1UE3DAY, the. 17th FEB IvUAKY.at8p.nl. A good attendance i;'- desired. W. E. ROGERS, President Public Library. Preliminary Notice. lesTon A.N. A. Spurts, Morse Racing, and Athletic fathering, WEDNESDAY, 8th APRIL. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS CHEAP EXCURSION. THURSDAY, 26th FEBRUARY—To X Melbi>urne from Daisy and stations to Creswick inclusive (via Ballarat). Wednesday, 25th February.—From Mel bourne to those stations. Tickets close roon, 24th February. Particulars at '.•'tations E. B. /ONES, Acting Secretary. MANDEVILLE'S COFFEE PALAOE, Nolan Street, Maryborou2h. MRS T. COLE informs the Public of Talbot and all the Surrounding Districts that she has taken the well conducted and long established business at Maryborough, known as Mandeville's Coffee Palace, and hopes by strict attention to business to merit a continuance of the liberal support accorded her predecessor. i First-Class Acco...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
T H A IS Bi S. RS. FALLON desires to publicly • THANK Dr Cunningham for his S'.iltul treatment of and constant atten tion to ber in her recent illness; the Matron, Nurses, and Staff of the Am herst Hospital for their care and kind ness to her ^vhilst an inmate of the in stitution; also to Mr and Mrs E. Con gress and others, Talbot, for their kindly ae.-ista. ce. Talbot, February 13th, 1914.
CLUNES STOCK MARKET. Wednesday 11th February. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
Ot.ttwr.s STnn.k Marttrt. WArlnaeHau. 1 1 fVi fffiKriinrw I Messrs Crawford, Dowling, and Sey mour report holding their usual fort nightly sale at their yards as above. Another light supply of cattle came to if hand, for whi«'h competition was keen at j late improved rates. A moderate y *rd- j ing of sheep and lambs, but owing to at tendance of buyers being smaller than of late, price- ruled slightly easier through out. Pigs were in keen demand. Quo tations Heifers and cows, £6 12s 6d to £5 17s 6d ; crossbred wethers, to 18s 9d ; crossbred ewes, 16s to 13s 6d; merino w-thers, 13s to 10- 6d ; merino ewes. 10s 9d ; lambs, 15s to 10s 6d ; young pigs, 35s to 17s. Sales:— Cattle. 2 heifers, Messrs W. and R. Tinkler, , Cogh ll's (Jreek. £6 and £5 17s 6d. 1 cow, Mr D. M'Donald, Clunes, £6 12s 6d, Sheep. 22 merino ewes, Mr Arch. Wilson, Ascot, 10s 9d. 22 merino wethers, Mr D. M'Callum, Blowhard, 13s to 10s lOd. 17 comeback ewes, Mr S. Kinnersley, . Glendaruel, 16s to 13s. 15 crossbred ewes,...
COMMERCIAL BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKETS. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
COMMERCIAL d :o: ; f Ballarat Produce Markets. Thursday. I The following prices were ruling in the market to-day — Wheat—Prime milling, 3s 6d to 3s 7d. ^ Oats—Fair feed, Is 7d to Is 8d for stout heavy milling. Barley.—Prime, 3s 4d; fair to good, 2s lOd *o 3s. Cape malting, 2s. . Flour—£8 15s. 8 Bran, £4 10s. t Pollard, £4 15s. ^ Potatoes—£3 10s to £4. r Hay—Best chaffing, £1 17s 6d to £2; e manger, £2 to £2&lt; 2s 6d. £ Straw.—30s to '32s 6d. J
DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
Dairy Produce Market. Ballarat. Thursday I Messrs J. T. Lawless and Co. report Butter—Prime factory prints, ll$d to Is; lump, lljd; dairy, 8d; separator, 9d to 9Jd. Eggs, 9d to lOd. Bacon—Sides, lOd to lid; middles, Is ; hams, Is 3d. Lard, 8d. Honey, 3$d to 3Jd. Cbeeae—7£d to 8d.
Loddon Deep Leads (Caralulup), Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
Loddoii Depp Le;uls (€ara lulup), Ltd. :o: The Loddon Deep Leads Co., like thi early Christians, has passed througl much tribulation, but there is good hopf now of its developing into it profitbbh concern. It has an excellent board, with Mr Frank D. Crosthwaite at its head and he is well supported by his col leagues, and the general policy has theii Unanimous approval. This has not always been the case with Loddnn Deep Leads, and, perhaps, the company's past misfortunes are in part traceable to this lack of unity, s-id also to a certain ab 8e' ce of information, which the share holders expected, and certainly did not always get. They now know everything, and, amongst other things, that from 11S6 .-q iare fathoms of wa>h raised, the yield was 1 j 35 oz, which is just under 1 oz per fattiom. Tho gold is '.here, and, if the company gets into full swing with an up-to-date plant, the board have no dnubt that profits will result. A largy area of wash has been op-ned up, and will be rea...
TAXING A GIFT ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
IIUil.1111 ■■IIWIBIIIMIII - TAXING- A GIFT ESTATE. :o: , Before Mr Justice Hood, in the First i Civil Court, "vTelbaurae, on Wednesday, 1 John Cornish, of Lardner, Gippsland, ' farmer, and William Corn o ). of Talbot, orchardist, as executors of the estate of the late Richard Co.-nish, retired miner, of Clunes, who died in February, 1913, proceeded against the Crown to ha^e it declared that taxation paid on oartain land included by the Commissioner of Taxes in deceased's estate was improperly exacted, and must be refunded. The evi dence shewed that in August, 1886, Rich ard Cornish lent John Cornish, his nephew, £1000 to enable John to purchase a farm for himself at Lard 'er 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 exp^ns" of executing a mortgage. John Cornish agreed to pay Richard inter...
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. AMHERST LODGE M.U.I.O O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 14 February 1914
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES. AMHERST LODGE M.U.I.O O.F. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above lodge was held on Thursday even- ing, the N G. (Bro. A. J. Boyd) being in the chair. Sick pay to the amount of £4, and other accounts totalling £3, were passed for payment. P.G. Hall and G.M. Grose reported that 22 members had attended the quarterly Church Parade at St. Michael's Church on Sunday even- ing, 1st February. Copies of the last proceedings of the Grand Annual Com- mittee of the Castlemaine District were to hand, and were distributed amongst members.