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MILK STANDARD QUESTION OF REDUCTION DEMAND BY RETAILERS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

QUESTION OF REDUCTION DEMAND BY RETAILEBS By "BDOTIP" The attempt to reduce the milk standard of 3.5 per cent, comes as regularly as Christmas. As usual a certain number of milk retailers are making an attempt to have a happier and more prosperous New Year than the last by trying to persuade the Board of" Public Health to reduce the standard to 3.2 per cent, ; in the spring. The attempt has been made before without suc cess. At first when the 3.5 stand ard was fixed some years ago, it seemed to work a hardship both on retailers and producers. There were a good many prosecutions and fines; wonderful and weird reasons were given by offenders for the poverty of the milk; sometimes the explanations were accepted; sometimes rejected. But the result has been satisfactory. The prosecutions are now rarer, owing doubtless to the steady improvement in the dairy and the fear in the re tailer of the penalties of the law. As suming that the inspection is as vigil ant as it should be, this slacki...

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Australian Jockey Club FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Australian Jockey Club MUST 'DAY—SATURDAY/-APRIL 11. j/viicii.sttr Handicap, of 20 soys, ea£b; .^*£5 A>00 sovs. added; second -300 sovs.; tliira govs. One mile.~Plant.am, Danala, t ort Hunter, Reragoon, Golden Hop. 32thel Bucic ley, Tofua, My Gavonni, Beliara, First prin ciple, Baliysheen. Polynesia, ErunbUda, Aim *er, Penza. Hartfell, Aurafpdina, m *Ialt Merv, Sir Willie. Cariiell, . Sunlike, Jonn Potter, Third Prize, Alfred Jackson. / Caree*. toaltchester, Virginia, Cagou, Canaque, Bor der King, The Christian Brother, KiyerBira, Miss x. wwiiimvgreen, Atuemc* Kope, Marcukus, Peru/ Wairraine, Sparkling Detr, Nombi. Mlt Mary, Mis& jM* v ,l^n> Cor una. Popinjay, Best Scot, Ciae, ^ahdo. Arrowform, Multifoil, Kirribilli, T . pan, secrete. Nuwara Eliya,. Syenetic, y._ Jlerv., Cazaque, Owen Roe, Picoreur, ■ Marng ke. Beau Soult, Zinti, Keutlock, Fons°» Cora (hi, Royal Laddie, Royal Steel, Culross, Man toamaid, Reuhalt, Turula, Irish Marvel,. N.K.,. Eudorus, Lady Dehruan, Bec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

•WjL-yAtti-S THi JlilVftllfi'fflfc' € If* oe® man^ VjffiPtii saving? Tfte "Automatic" Separator" will. Instal one ia your dairy, «nd beaefifc by tbia big saving. Just drop & card for a Cataldg and become acquainted. mWWWlA-. &>#* o ^3-^5 KING ST. ^ R&Wgmb*3» Bf&bEQs^ME E553f

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HEAVY LAND USE OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

HEAVY LAND .USE OF LIME. It is certain that the crop-bearing ca pacity of a soil is dependent to a great extent on the lime it contains, and also that the increased application" of potash salts has the- effect of using- up the lime. Hence the importance that farmers should from time to time have the soil of their fields tested for lime. In some German provinces the Go vernment agricultural stations analyse samples of soil for lime without making a charge for doing so, and it would be a Erood thing 'for agriculture if this practice were general. As regards ground limestone, it is re commended in Germany that a degree for fineness of grinding should, be fixed, and the sellers required to guarantee such degree of grinding, just as the basic slag manufacturers, do. Preference, as a rule, should be given to quicklime, unless there are special circumstances, as by the use of quick lime the lime is more intimately mixed with the soil, and its action is more ef fective. The application of g...

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SALT AND MANGELS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

SAr/f . AND MANGELS Salt has been found; to be especially suitable for mangels, as proved by the following- plot experiment, the salt be ing: in addition to the other manures:— Calculated. No salt...... .. 46 tons per acre, 2' cwt. salt .. 53 tons per acret. 5 cwt salt .... 5S tons per acre. 10 cwt. salt .. ' 63 ton^ per axjrei The report adds that the effect of the salt" in checking weeds was again noticed* and this must be reckoned upon as increasing the value of ;tfce Salt. '/ It is, however essential; that the heavy dressings of salt should be thoroughly worked into the soil, and not merely harrowed in; before "plant- | ing;, otherwise rthe s^t toay very likely injure the germination, of the seed, if well incorporatied with the soil before tl\e seed is sown, the seed has not been found to be directed, and germination has proceeded as on unsalted ground,;

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NEW SOUTH WALES AT CANTERBURY PARK [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

NEW SOUTH- WALES AT CANTERBURY PARK Canterbury Park races were held on January 3 in threatening weather, but there was a good attendance. Results:— FLYING HANDICAP Six furlongs LADY DENMAN, 7.8 (W*. Lillytnan) 1 ; MIOCENE, 7.0 (J. Reynolds) ...... 2 MALT MARY, 9.12 (W. H. M'Lach-" lan) . .. ........ 3 The other starters were:—Monie, 7.3 (Muney); Claude Mimer, 6.11 (Dorrington); Guncar, 6.9 (O'.Keefe): Tenos, 6.8 (Meddock); Selbrook. 6.7 (Cain;; Pareena, 6.7 (Maxwell). Betting: 5 to 4 on Malt Marv, 5 to 2 agst LADY - DENMAN. 6 to 1 Guncar, S to 1 Miocene, .20 to 1 othei's. Won by ialf.a neck, with two lengths be tween second and third. -■ Time—Imin. 14sec. . After the Flying Handicap. W. M'Lach lan, rider of Malt Mary,: lodged a com plaint against J. Reynolds, the rider of Miocene. The stewards held that Rey nolds had "been guilty of crossing and in terfering with Malt Mary, and suspended him. for two months. JUVENILE HANDICAP Four furlongs. - - VIBURNUM, 6.13 (W. Callinan) ... 1 •' ...

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A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING WEIGHTS DECLARED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

A.J.C. ANNIVERSARY MEETING WEIGHTS DECLARED - Weights for the Challenge Stakes and Anniversary Handicap, to be run at the A.J.C. Anniversary meeting on January 24 and 26 respectively, were issued on January 5 as follow.— Challenge Stakes, of £500. Six furlongs.— Oigandra, 10.2; Popinjay, 9.10; Malt Mary, 9.7; Valido, 9.2; Athene 8.12; Golden Hop, 8.12; Sir Willie, 8.9; Nuwarra Eliya, 8.8; Yarnim, S.7; Oweenee, 8.4; First Principle, 8.4; Abbcite, 8.2; Brattle, 7.13; Lady\Denman, 7.11; Ruby Hampton;-7.10; Lord Liddell, 7.10; Careel, 7.9; Bruhhilda, 7.9; Gibbergunyah, 7.8; Former, 7.S; Ballysheen, 7.6; La Fiancee, 7.G; Bretelle, 7.6; Ligero, 7.4; Bavard, 7.4; Ar rowform, 7.4; Golden Goblet, 7.2; Wishful, 7.0; Moie, 7.0; Best Scot, 7.0; Miss Legation, 7.0; Portlock, 7.0; Larelle, 6.12; Miocene, 6.10; Witchful, 6.9;'Renkerna, 6.9- Rosedrop, 6.7; Hobble Skirt, 6.7; Herringbon'e, 6.7; Kittle, 6.7; Amuse, 6.7. ■ . Anniversary Handicap, of £1000; one mile and a half.—Alured, 9.11; Posinatus,...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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V.A.T.C. January Meeting SATURDAY, JAN. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

V.A.T.C. January Meeting SATURDAY, JAN. 17. Hawthorn Hurdle. Two miles and 64 yards. —Darrawa, The Majestic Nut, Jack London, Goldfish, Widden, Blind Harry, Auturnna, Recollect, Dominicia'n, Enchanted States, Domus, Portlock, Arcadius. Koakaribb Trial.—Six furlongs.—Wyneth, Miss Melton, Pittsburgh, EltSiam, Coolama tong. Kurrakai, Delthyrvs, Poppeia, Onega, Egotism. Pernickety, Campus, Liquation,Flora (imp.), Patey. - Anniversary Handicap. One mile and three furlongs.—Bard of Avon, Royal Scotch, The Parisian, Roseview, Sylvanmore, Prize Fighter, "Wallalo, Monodia, Atora, Gladwyn, Diabolo,. Napkarb, Delphic. Rowena Steeplechase. About two miles.— Banshee'. King Darius, Wanstead, Belenus, The Guide, Gaelic, Pinprees, Pay to, Can vasser, Fosterton, Chunda, Tamberello. Holiday Stakes. Five and a half furlongs. —Telecles, Dclcasse, Baverstock, Adorn, Crucis, Lady Isis, Rudas, Veronal, Bright Orange, Rantyga, Don Solvo, Gold Garde, River Tame, Lord Capulet, Crossway, Savan nah, Raheen, Bo...

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SOUTHERN RIVERINA BERRTGAN WHEAT FIELDS. MAINTAINING SOIL FERTILITY. METHODS AND RESULTS. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

: BERRTGAN WHEAT FIELDS. MAINTAINING SOIL FERTILITY. y. -METHODS AND RESULTS. By " CASEIN." No. 2. Farming methods have changed in j what are known as " -dry. .areas" suice.; Southern Riverina was largely devoid to wheat. Twenty years:- ago tnere was no necessity for the use of fciroerpnos-., phates, or other stimulative aids. The surface la.yer of soil contained an ac cumulation of fertility that called for no special effort in the production of -prolific crops. Work, of the most valu able character had been effectively done by the unseen forces of Nature. A seed bed, created by the mellowing i influences* of sunshine and rain, or:ly needed stirring1 lightly orrjrop. It was; the result of the most congenial fallow ; that ages of exposure to the weather, j - could produce. Thousands of acres that j were merely scratched with the plough, - and otherwise indifferently tilled, g^ve equally as good returns as deeply-work ed and skilfully-cultivated paddocks. Soil Exhaustion " A crude, h...

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Aspendale Park SATURDAY, JANUARY 10 [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Aspendale Parle SATURDAY, JANUARY 10 Maiclen Plate. Five furlongs.—DelthyriS, Wyneth, La Carte, Chica, Egotism,. Malva ceous Long Range, Noble Bonnie, The Tuck, Bright Orange, Kurralcai, Poppeia, Parolles, Caibye, T.N.O., Prilfp, Boytali/ Seofon, Lord. Capulet, Liquation, Arbalest. Steeplechase. About two miles.—Tambu rello, Powerful, G.R.D., Wansted, Enchanted States, The Guide, Canvasser, Sonny B., King Darius, Talarno, Belenus, Algabohnyah. Aspendale Park Handicap. One mile and a quarter.—Meringue, Yeneda, Ben's Change, Delphic, Galveston, Bard of Avon,- Harlech, The Parisian, Roseview, Atora, Wingarra, Napkarb, Sylvanmore. Jumpers' Flat Race. One mile and a Quar ter.—Gangway, Blind Harry, Widden, Yua nigh's Daughter.. Patriotic, Strathdoon,- Harr lech, Napkar'o, Merry Monarch, Flinch, Pu aka. Aspeudale "Plate and Purse. Six furlongs.-— Vincent Maid, Jullundur, Week-end, Lipola, Apiarist, Matvaceous, Ordinal, Imperialist, Lecturette, Chestermiss, Noble Bonnie, So journ, Lady Argy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Pfofitable; Fa*m Powe* "Victoria'' Kerosene Oil Engines. Stand the Quality Test. They . arc. suitable alike for light or heavy duty. The simplicity featured reduces wear and tea. It also ensures smooth operation. A solid and power ful engine. Cost of running is unsurpassed by any engine which has yet como under our notice. Sizes S%, 5%, 6%, 7^, 9^, 11% maximum B.H.F. Horizontal or Portable types. Each Engine is accompanied .fey Maker's Certificate of Test. Prices and full particulars on application. iSS DANKS ii™ 891-403 BOURKE ST., MELfB. WHAT ALL "FARMERS ARE LOOKING'.FOR. BETTER FENCING AT .LOWER PRICES. SffiAWS OVAL STEEL BUM BRAND WIRE is a* strong a3 No. 8 Wire but !s 25 par . cent. CHEAPER per mile. Make a trial of this "wire and you trill use no other. Obtain it from your loci\storekeeper. "Wholesale only: BRISCOE & CO. LTD., MELBOURNE*. ■' . • 8 jwajBBr rtu mi jjv. w THE SPINELESS CACTUS, A WONDERFUL.; FRUIT AND FODDER PLANT Yields from 100 toriB per acre, after the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

UPTURE J™"3 De. l.ANGSTON'S Corabise^ Treat ment. Particulars trsc. ). i CJR.NSA. $el® Gsmtreller, 1-45 Gollias-fit., Svelte, R We haVje in stock a range ot a® Famous American —AND— List of Sixes and Prices on application, ; , PTY. LTD., BLINDERS STREET, I MHLBOURNS. Miaryelloas Seveo-in-One * UUT5T RTDITt09--C»B>MasUoe Op*tt\ ^ — iod Ft«ld OU«. <oasJit!ajcfj i oovu» in»SrajrvecU |„ c;,..1 i Oytrv 7WU. SU«4Snf Glut,1 tgjg-j f ~ Stowojcot*. Ccwmu. erC"' scop* tni L+tgastotcow. Mm tot a *hort Wet® %f 9 PwiwM, THE UNION MANUFACTURING CO. 299 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. ree © GRAND 1 NEW YEAR OFFER You will doubletlio life, and, therefore, tlie value, of your Suit if you NOW. ordeitit^tlie "London." Our special New Year offer of an KXTilA pair -??fl*ousers; FREE with each "London" Tailored-to-Order Suit will do this for ^you. Only the most superior fabrics will be tailored. Bach Suit will distinction, to the wearer—each wearer will bo dis tinctly pleased. I ORDER YOXJR SU...

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SCARP WRAP [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

SCARP WRAP The illustration indicates how a useful wrap can t>© evolved from an evening scarf. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

tee**** Stores Ready for Immediate Wear i Is the SUIT for YOO - Sound to tie last buit-n, dur ble nnd ^fashionable, all shrewd tusi-iees men keep a P. and O. rfeacly-for-imn e i te. Suit by them. They stand unchallenged in the world of tailoring. Cnly : 35/-, also at 42/- & 50/ CORNER EASTERN MARKET ONLY. A. W.' FERNE, Managing Director. A—KINGSTON and LORD, Manufacturers and Importers UMBRELLAS and WALK ING STICKS. HIGH QUALITY. LOTC PRICES, 105 Swanston street, opposite Town Hail Umbrellas , Re-covered ;troiu 3/6. nsklE "Everlasting" Metal NIT COMB—Re Jjvi moves Nits at once. Under plain wrap pefVpostje^ 2/i, or registered, - 3/«. Brio, CB^a»teti-";lSast MaiVero;^V»-l.vi:r;?

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BATH APRON [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

BATH APRON The bath .apron for mother to wear while .bathing baby is a necessity. The following pattern has been used and is a success. Buy one yard and a quarter of a yard wide oilcloth. Cut off the one-quarter yard and bind orie of the long edges with white tape. Lay this at one end of the larger piece and bind them together, als'o binding on both sides. This leaves a pocket at the bottom. As oilcloth is too slippery to sew .with the machine, lay. tiie tape on the oilcloth and sew down with the machine, making three divisions in .the pocket, to hold the toilet articles. - Gather the upper edge and use wide tape to make a belt and strings. Sew four buttons on the belt in front. Make also a flannel apron with four buttonholes in the belt and button it on the oilcloth apron. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

GRAVED AND BLADDER TROUBLES. From Mr J. Armstrong, grocer, Car rington road, Coogee, Sydney,' New South Wales. "I have been suffering from gravel, and after trying various remedies pre scribed by the doctor and getting no relief, my sister induced me to try Warner's Safe Cure. Before I had fin ished the first bottleful, I was greatly relieved, and by the time I had used up the second bottleful I was completely cured. I have told many of my friends of the wonderful benefit I-have derived from taking Warner's Safe" Cure, and feel confident that any one suffering from the same complaint will derive great benefit from taking it as pre scribed." From Mr George Rose, South Morang, Victoria. "I suffered from inflammation of the bladder, accompanied by painful uri nation. which made life very miserable for me. Seeing accounts published of others who seemed to have bieen af flicted in the same manner that I was, and who had been cured by taking Warner's Safe Cure, I decided to try what effec...

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BISHOP PHELAN'S ADDRESS FIELD SPORT WOMEN. A BISHOP'S CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

■ BISHOP ' PHETLAN'S"- 4-^ FIELD SPttRT lTOMEN, A BISHOP'S CRrnClSM In the course of his address at the distribution of prizes at the Sale Con vent, the Most Rev. Br Phelan, Roman Catholic Bishop of Sale, criticised What he called the "Field Sport Ladies." The Bishop said:—-"While ; in South Gipps land, I was walking out with the pas tor of the place, about three one after noon, and; ray attention was attracted by a lady.whom w.e met on the road, carrying a bag of golf sticks on her shoulder. I was informed that she was a married lady, who had three children going to school, and I was tempted: to ask, 'Who will look after the young sters when they com© from school?' 'Oh,', said my companion, 'they will knock about on their own till she re turns from the links.' "Well,'I have seen some strange sights in my time, but anything more ridiculous than a woman carrying ■ a bundle ot sticks to a golf^ field; iEtban doning; her home, and lptting the cliild ren burn -the house if" they wished,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

The. "M,S.I>. SPECIAL" CRICKET BALL at 7/6 is the Best Ball for MATCHES. - It is stretched four tithes, which makes it very lasting. The " TITA^f ^ BAfcL at 5/ Is the^estvBallNfor PRACTICE. / It is sewti with extra stout thread. Catalogue with the latest Cricket - ; Rules, free. The MELBOURNE $ports Depot, . 65-57. Elizabeth Si., Melbourne.

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CRICKET INTERSTATE MATCHES Victoria v. New South Wales [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

CRICKET INTERSTATE ' MATCHES Victoria v. New South Wales victoria s innings was'opened by Park ana Carroll, the attack falling to Cotter and. Massie. Park got 4 and 2 from Cotter's second over, and another 4 in his third. Carroll began at Massie's expense. The tall left-hander, although not so fast as Cotter,; has; much pace. In twenty-five "minutes 30 runs were scored. Ten minutes later 50 went up amid cheers. Kelleway -relieved Cotter and might have dismissed Parle, but the 'Varsity man escaped, only to be taken at the wickets in Massie's next over. 1—25— 55. Baring took the crease, and eight runs were added. Carroll then lifted a ball to forward short-leg, and Macartney caught him. 2—26—63. Matthews joined Baring, and sent: a return just over Kelleway's head. Presently the latter was relieved by Mailey, who bowls a slow off-break. -By tea-time 77 runs had been notched. Eleven were added after the interval before Baring returned a catch to Massie, and retired for 14. 3 for 89. Arm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

SECRETARIES OP -CRICKET CLUBS, The Best Place to Buy Your Cricket Material - Ia . "The Sports Specialists," 293 SYDNBfY-ROAD. BRUNSWICK,; The House of Quality and . Reliability. Write for Their Illustrated Price-List. Post Free. T. W, SHERRIN. - 'Phone 4641/ J. Syd. Sherrin, Proprietor. Leading Manufac turer of high-class Kangaroo Brand Sporting Goods, Cricket Balls, Pads. Leg Guards, W.KS Gloves used and recommended by leading I-cricketers.' in Commonwealth and Ne-w Zea land. All lines guaranteed. Obtainable at all Sports Depots. Factory ; 32-34 Wellington I stii, Collingwood. ,

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