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MAKING THE BEST OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
MAKING TIHE BEST OF IT. It is time that some of our accom plished female scribes should reply to the streams of masculine spleen and preju dice which have been inundating your columns of late under the above heading. Your correspondent, "Fifteeri Children" especially, needs calling to account, for al thouglh he agrees with Dr. Weston's con clusions, it is because he is evidentally a blear-eyed misogamist and misogynist com bined. Everr: wife, axcording to him, is either a millstone round the neckl of her husband or his pitileas tyrant. Clearly he hits got the sort of wife he deserves. Every man does. And everj' w6man gets the sort of hlusband shle deserves. I'm .ot complai'ing, though my husband is in every possible sense of the expression a despic ablc apology for a man. He lies, he drink-i hlie smokes, he swears, he gaihbles and hie cheats and otherwise abuses me whenever he gets a chance. But I put up with hint and do my utmost for hitm, and petend to all my friends that he is a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
For INFANTS & INVALIDS. ' Admirably adapted to the wanLts of infants." -Sir Chas. A. Cameron, C.B., M.D. A Mother'" Testimony: Mrs. J. IlCAr. 6. Rockingham Road. Doncaster. writes:" DOCTOR ADVISED ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OV SIX WEEIKS OLD YOUR NEAVES FOOD. I have reasonl to be grateful to my Doctor for hirs advice, because I have never lost a night's rest with any of my children, and they have cut their teeth without any trouble. Your Food also duc, away with all need of medicine and castor oiL"--22nd Anugji, 19)2. S British Medical Journal: "Well adapted for the use of children and aged people ; ; ; ; much used by mothers nursing anti by invalids. Has for many.yearo boon used In the Russian Imperial Family. nearly 90 Years' Reputation. COLD MEDP.LS London. 1900 & 1000, also Paris. NEAVE'S MI'Z.,K FOOD. FOR THOSE REQUIRING A STARCI!LESS MILK FOOD FOR IABIESFROM iIRTI. INSTANTLY PREPAREI) DY ADDING HOT WATER ONLY. &r NOT NELEIrNt;I lE ADDITION OF tlIL.K, ETC. ...
THE FISH MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
THE FISH MARKET. The followings s the official -statemcnt for 8t January:-Quam'tity received: Fish, 531 -packages 231.dozen 2 baskets; prawsre, 4 baskets; chickens; G coupics; rabbi-ee,l 2514 pairs. Prices: Barr.i colet:L. secops 5/ to 8/; flathead, luskcts f/ to 4/, large boxes 5/ to 6/; Ilathead, rock, baskets 9/ to 21/: mullet, large boxes 12/6 to 19/; garfeah, large boxst.25/ to 41/; bream, large boxes 13/ to 22/: salmobn, large boxes ./ to 7/;silverfich, large boxcs 1;5! to 17/; trout, large boxes s/ to 211/; eels, 7/ to 5/; mixed fish, 'baskets 5/ to 9/, large lioxes S/ to 26/: whiting, baskets 13:6 -to 14/G; pikle, haskleis 68 to 11/; pilehards. barketi. 5'6 to 4/; crayfish, 3/6 to 13/ per doz.; flounders, 6/ to 13/- per doz.; whiting, 4/ to 7/3 per -lea.; smoked coura. 4/ to 7/ ger doz.; eels, 2"s. to ad. per -lb.; Murray cod, S&. peDr lb.: urray perch, 3xl. per lb.: sclmapper, Gel. to (l/d. .par lb.: prawns, 3/ to. 3/6 per gallon; chickens, 4/10&lt; per coup...
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
METROPOLITAN MEAT. MVIARKET. Messrs. Stone and Co. (rrcgb) (Robert Schultze. proprietor), Sltt.eonplitan Meat Market, have to re port Iaving sold f ~ week endd G::h January :-Reef: Prime .bodies, 22/ to 24/ per 100 li.; medium .bodieu, 20/ and 21/; prime fare quarters 16/ to 16/; prime hind quarters, 10/; medeium fore runrters, 15/; medium hind quartera, 26/ to 26/. Sheep: Prime, 3d. to 31d. per. lb.; -medium, 2Cd. to lid. Lem': Prime, 13/ and 11/ each; medlium,12/ mdl 2/ ;. small, 10/ and..l1/. Veal: Pinmo.sides, large. 3d; per-.lb.; medium sides, P6. sndo22d. d The followivg prices wereobtained -for conelgnments received from: country conigeors :-Calcvs: Irime smalL 3id. and 314.; medium, 3d.; small, ld. Pork: Prisxe smnall. 7Sd.; medium, Cfd. to 7d.; 1arge, 103 to 110 lb., Gd.; in- ferior grades. at lower rates. P gs, 250 to 3lt lb., 4d. Owing to unfivorahle weatier, we hare to' again re port that several consgnmanets arrived in bad order. Messrs. W 1 Rcynolds and Son. report for...
THE HORSE MARKET. MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
THE HORSE MARKET. NMELBOUTRNE HORSE MARKERT. Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty. I-td., Victorii Horse Bazaar, , Melbourne, report owing to the Christmas arid New Year holidays sales by me-' tion ha\'e been suspended for tlie past fortnight, although a 'fair number of private sales hav;c bect effected; There has been no improvemriit in prices, which remain the Eame as last 4uoI ticus.
Loloma. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
"!"~ L3luIna. DCnr Cirldcrlla, This i thle third tiime I ha\ve wrilena to you, I hope thi? will be put in "'The Leader."' 1 anm only a Coall Wog, I va.? born in tle nursery, my mishtres was a dear littVl girl eaflld Edim; She took in out in the medow a nd I playeICd wiih mi friends, and then she would take me homne. anl gire ne a nice holt bath and put rmn. in my little c~radle and I would sleep till the morning and I Senmt out agailn. DOlREEN MAY BROXIiNELL. al. . .
Pt. Wakefield. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
PL. WT?lkee!?ld. Dear Ciltlerlla, 'Tlhis is the fir-t time T ha.e wvritten to you. My faherll hasben h f taking "The Leader,'" fo, :about nime (9) ye'ars now. I am 'ver?' fond ol reading the Chilh'en's (cohumn. "We have three rats altogetlher. O(m i,; block and Vihe other two are ?athhy. \e have not inamedllll thelml, I dlonl't llonw Whlly, Uat we alwalys (call1 them(II "]itmsSy.'' We also have a parrct. It can ay some thingl very nicely. 1 have a bicycle and seive'ral lolls. Well, Cinderella., \'i'h love to the little onea in tile cot, not fordS'timng yourseol, I will clece. lF'romn your new friend, ElSIE G(1i.BBLE. 12 yrs. I month.
Koroit-street, Warrnambool. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
Koroit-street, Warrnambool. S .Dear Cinderella, I ain'estayvi at Warrnanibool anil my letter w;ll be' about the picture of the Shelly Beach, the namie gi.'en to one of the bcach-s of the above. It talke its nane fronm the innumerable hieolli scattereid en the sand, is al.o one of the Iorttiest glinpses of rock scenery to be seen aloing the cot-t. The sand-formned hlumlnockis above the cliffs covered ;ith rinlies and wihl e'vergreen shruls, look (dlvwn upon huge project;ng cragi sonie of viwhich Tscinble inlets and bays, others form thc roofs of the caves. On the yellow sanit iar( pretty little sleells made by the small sea fish. and in the b.:sin-shaped pools dlilercnt color ed sea-wteds cling. ,"¶'e sea is a tirlp bilu, shalilcd w-ith a pretty sea green aln addiing to iti bliicty is flecked with tIh s;nowy featlhrs of ilhC restless .eocean. Leadingi fro", the hlgh i liif are .step, windingi . in ,and. out down to the t c icp, where pienicenrs and visitors cani descend, witi;ouit ha...
Heidelberg. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
Dear Cinderella, 'This.is the second'timne I.l hael written to you.. I saw in your prize list' the subject of Aly'-a vorite. Seaso.n. of the Year. . Well, Cinderella,. , tlhink iy favoritd seasoli is Spr.ing, -for all- &lt;h trees cono: out -in leaf, and it is 'vry pleasant' to *~ A~ th C!ircui --"Ecc h~is Thdll is knlGai" vwalk in place where you couldl havce seek Nati:e at work. .The drays arce.generally bright ant varnm, .alnl l I am sure it lllutL rEe \'vcry laansar.t for the sick people to sit out in tilhe warm sunshine. Spriing ilulso ii pleasant' s-aon for trbrell:in in fri all the grSs is green and there is many pretty sights to-be seen. At Ileidelberg all:along tihe Riive'r Yarra bank the blossom is out in spring, asnd you can ilust imagine the beautiful sight it is. Many people comle out here to speind the day, ald a greet inumber of tl!hem take somne blpssom home with them. In Spring there are many wild flow srs about, ands I think it ii great fun seeking for thes...
CORRESPONDENCE. "Lismore," Thorpdale. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. "Lismore," Thlorpdale. Dear Cinderella, As I saw nmy other letter in "The Leader," I will this time try for the prize on my best holi day. .Well iiy best holiday was to the "Gipps land Lakes." My mother, and I went and my father drove us in to Thorpdale to catch the five o'clock train. We got up at three o'clock, got ready and dn'y had a little bite to eat and went. When we got into Thorpdale there was only.one carriage and there should have been two and that was full at Thorpdale, .and we had to get the people at the stations on the way to Moe. When we got to Sale we had li?lfa mile to walk to the boats there was the J.C.D. and the Omco. Wi got in lihe Omeo and raced the others. 'The Tra falgar Brass Band were playing, they got in the J.C.1). I liked to see them turn the big swing bridge. We also saw some Eagles. When we got up to "Ocean Grange" we had dinner. When we had finished dinner we climbed up a big sand hill which was very hard, and over to, the South Pacif...
Emerald. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
" : .· Emerald. Dear Cinderella, .As I ariri nor" livirlg-in the country I would lik: ;ecry munch to. spend. my holidays in .Mel bourgo at Christmas. The first day I would like Ito go te the noving picture3 andml also go round and- look at the Ehops. The next ila3; I Woulll like to go to. the P'antomioe. 'Tlhen after that I Would like 1 to go throughl the Cathcdral.- Tlhe I would like to gob. for a ridc.in a- boat dowi.n tie bay and get out at IhDromna, and havl e a ta.athe, bu~miId a rattle of sand andl have some sea wdcd for a garden. The next thing I would like to do is to go to thIe Zoo bhcaus' I am v.r-a foud of aIiinal.s. tWhile I was there I woul ldke to have a r'de in the ldonkery cart, and one.iol the elephant.. 1 would .also like to buyr solllei hiscuits, go round and look a all the aiiimals, and give0 the bears in tile pit some bicuiits. Then when I bad seen all tl:e animals I would like to go- home.rn After that. ,I would like- to go to thle Aquarium, and see all the fi-...
A QUEEN'S GRACIOUS ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
A QUEEN'S CRACIOUS ACT. A day or two ago a fine motor cat; stopped in tlhe .Bois, in Pinis. and two ladies desended. "'Vhe youngeir, wrapped in furt',. was ai little pale, and leaned on lher companion's arm as she walked a few paccs in lthe Novembic 'unlighlt. - iA*raggd little )o: piasd, carringl in his arms a bali)y't iiit cried. "Is that youri little brother?" asked the youinger of the tw olaidies. ".Yus; madame, " was the reply "Aridl w li' does 'Idh cry ?" "Becaue .ie has the whoolinini icough, lladI?i e.' '-\hool;in? coughl ! \nd you tai'e hIim out with \O '?" "I a.c,'t leve. IMm alone at hoime, ma dal;:e." ''his slhortl; di:logue over, the good lady, says tlhe "Tleleg'rai, " cor'espondeint, opced lhcr gold-chali p)rse, took out blue ba nk niot, and tlhust iit into thle child', hand, say ng with jestin i severity-"And now home witnh yIou hoth !"' Aind as the uirchin 'tood open-nmouthied too astonishlied even to sa\ "'lThianlk you," the Queen o Spain cnt"red her motor car just ...
LION'S HIGHT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
LION'S NICtlT OUT. A yoiil lion nameld l rinice escaped from a mena:geiie on thiie Boulevard 11ohe~chhanat l'he other vc\ienlng, aiind et out to pendii a nighta iin Monitmaitre. I-e sCet ~off at 'a 'marlt trot, sea;tteting people' ini all directonsii, ulit :as he haid made o phlanii. fo thlie evening'i s ententajilment hle took 'efug'e in a gSiteway to thinik things out. Thlere he was found by the trainer, loo'k ing very dh.leepih i rand sqhi\vcring with cold. tTe Iha'd not an 6unce of fight left" in him and was coco'ted back hImce, fo!lowv'd lby ;n inmmensc eciowd, who had assisted in tile c(aCe ?lc, tiiley reatliscd Iho~0Y harmle~S3 a menagerine lion caun be, -
THE JOURNAL OF AURA LOVEL. [COPYRIGHT.] II. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
THE JOURHAL OF AURA LOVEL BY BARRY PAIN. [COPYRIGHT.] II. I had to go away early from luncheon to be in time for my dancing ecson. Next year I am not to have any more lessons (come soon, next year !), except in some thing that I specially like. Just as I Was ,cloing-the door I heard thlic ugly man say, "WVhat marvellous eyes !" and I knew he must have been speaking about me. I do not like him very much, bccnause it is not possible to like a man very much who looks its if he ought to run unp a tfee and ID? _____ - CI TA. -(By iHarriet M3ead Olcott.) .. . . . . . :_,. . . _'_,._ eat cocoanuts. But I dare eay I.is e6l is *all"right.. A nd I wa. vvery pleased with what lie said.- It is the. loveliest -,thifig to .kniowv that jist f.'fter. you hagve gone. out of thie. room one of .the persons o.xti'rhae left there has - said ":iopnethiig to .praise you.: But' it is ver.rate and one. hardly evcf does -kno-. Whe fi t sichool we had 4.a dcbta tealo ih.ter.Jt was more vai to be poleased wi n...
DIVIDENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
. TVIDIENDS. t Thc followingldividends I-l've been declared: Al 1/, 10th Jan.; biooks C. 7th. Ax Central, 2/, 15th Jan.: book;s C.. 8th. Anialgumated Zinc (Dc Baray's), 1/; 11th Fdj lookis C. 17th Jan. Carl on nid United, at rate of 7 p.c, on preference4 9t11 Jan. Fdnia lla, "2', 9th Jan.; bocks C. 3rd. Ivanhoe, 3/0, less income tax, 28th Jan.; blzla G.14th Jan. Kodak (Australasia) Ltd., 1/, 19th Jan.; books C: 4th Jan. Laike View and Oroya, ord., Gd., 14th Jan.; books C. .30th Dec. Lana Park Ltd., 2/ per sharc, 21st Jan.; book C. 13th. N'. Mt. Farrell, fld., l5Lh .;an.; bank; C. 7th. 'l'heatrelnoyal, 3dl.. Ith Feb.: books-C. 211th Jan. 'e Terustees, .Excutors and Agency Co. Ltd., 8 p.c. per aisnum for the half year. Tongkah Compound, 1/, and 1/ bonus, 16th Jan.; abooks C. 8th. Tongkah Harbor, 2/, 22nd Jan.; books C. 15th.
MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
MAR KETS. FARM AN DAI1Y PRODUIL Butter.-Full supplies are offered in the local market, and there is a steady tone, without fluctuation in prices. Tihe w~armer weathcr is making conspicuous t.he defects in the lower grades, and some of the con signments forwarded by country store keepers are opening up in a condi'tion euch as quite warrants retailers and others pass ing them by. The inter State trade keeps at normal volume, but there is still room for improvement in the bookings of ehip pers for London, that centre poassessing, apparently, little attraction just at pre sent. Superfine factory brands .had move ment at lld.; prime grade realised from lid. to 14d. and nmedium to good from 9.t3. to 10id. l'rime separator butters ranged from S?l. to Pd., and occasionally 9Pd.; me dium and storekeepers' mixed lines having movement at from 71d.; heated and in ferior lower. Cheese.-Stocks on hand are considerably in excess of immediate requirements, and retailers and storekeepers are keeping...
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
STOCK AND SHARE MARKET. The folloiing are Friday's latest sales and quotations, showing the riies (1R) and falls (F) compared withl Thursday's: INVESTMENT STOCII. I I lia Company. Buj'. SelU. I Sales. .loral SBODS. , . City M elbourne, I 33, . , .. .. I - 89 I Oity -Wellington,I 4, 191 . . 9 -I Geluug H-Llarbor, I I 4, 1931 .. . I? I Ocealong' Watetr, 4, Met. ld., 1915 . .. 93 10/ i, I1:., 4, ... .. I -310/ 99 51 Do., 4, 1931 .. 93 10/ - Io.,. 4, 1931, A.A.I 93 10/ 9*, J)o., 4, 1 ' .. 93 10/I I Do., 4, 198, ..I,93 10/ I--, Di)., 4, 1933 .. ?310/1j99- : Do., 4, 1901, . -- 0 " Do,.,~ 4, 1943, W: -- es> Do., 4, 1919 '? Do., 4, 1013 .. - 99: * :I;. Do, 1,' 1917 .. 6 5/ 9· 10/la4 D,,., 31, 1. ..I " 8~3 " Do., 3g, 192o .. 6 9I Do.. *33, 1926 ..1 1O Do.. 3~. 0 ...., , ....;.is . Bank, 3 . /.2 1924 oi~. .. .. a'O .. - 5 p Do;., .7?, 1e20.. ..I | - i Do., Pd, 1932 . .. 9t*Y D~o.. ·T6. 1926 Al l (dols5.) .. .I - Dan.. nA, 19171 (~s'tsdkl), and af-1` te~r .. . . .j86X Do., ~ 3, 10...j 82 10...
NEWMARKET, WEDNESDAY, 7th JANUARY. FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
NEW31AINiET, WENLESDlA Y, 7th JANUARY. 1 AT OA2'TLE. 330. yrdcd, comlpriling 1513 from New Souts Wsles, .901 ironm Nrcuh-Eotstern district, 240 fiuvn Norlsheris district, 260 from G.iI:ioa;ld, 100 f:nm Scand Gippiland, and 170 firm Wecstzyn district. Thls supply ccnsisted cf 2100 h;;lhcks and 1050 eous. In bulocks a largo prIoortions c-osisthl -of good ansi IrUns .c11i1Inhtoes. I n, coos Sore .',orc. 'hIse (Is. mind v.5s StrIdy thruioighout, annd prices ruled finn asr fully site 1t0s. .(utltionis:.-P'rmjne 1)ns If Irusllndiu, ficm £11 to £12; e.tra do. do., from £12 10/ to £11; good do. do., frn £1 16/ to £10 10/; gocod lUght and handy scighto, from £4 t 3 ,5/ sO:.) n' and infcrisr, from £b; a foY v.vs ot goait and prime cos sol0 from £7 to £0; oud blasts, to £11 10/; others, from £4. Iht htliaowtug aro SdtinoOsimlte l aeeroges of j;rin cipal lots: s I)onllice.c, Ilrrrimut, ISll..it .....£16 0 0 13 do., H-utrley, Strousn.. ...............13 0 I0 S do.. Mougon. Yarrans ............. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
ESTAfBLTSHED 1865. TELEPHON 453. M'plure, Valantine & Co., 49-57 WILLIAM-STREET, MELBOURNE. GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, FRESH A.ND DRIED FRiUIT SALESMEN, Are Prepared to IRcceive and Dispose of Produce of All Kinds. Fresh and Dried Fruits a Specialty. STONIE and CO. (Regdo), ROBE1?RtT SCHULTE, Prop'ietor. WIHOLE,\LE MEAT SALESMEN. IMETROPOLITArN MEAT MIARKET, NORTH. MIEbLBOURNE. Are Open to Receive CU-rcase Pork arndl Veal Any Day IDuring the Week. Sales Daily. Highest Prices Realied. Latest Cold Storag .Clhambers. Prompt Account Sales. Correspondence In vited. Sec Our Weekly Rleports in Market' RIeports. TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS IN SEARCH OF. RIVERINALI.LAND" 20,000 ACRES VIRGIN FREEHOLD LAND. "MUNDIWA ESTATE,'' .DENILIQUIN, N'. S.W. For PRIVATE SUBDIVISION, in BLOCKS of FROM 600 to 1125 ACRES. ' Situated 6 to 14 miles from Deniliqui n Railway Station, 50 to 60 miles from Echuca, and from 20.to 30 miles from Finley. All nicely timbered with Pine, Box, Boree or Mfyall, Oak, &...