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WEST AUSTRALIA. ANNUAL MEETING CONCLUDED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

WEST AUSTRALIA. ANNUAL MEETING CONCLUDED On January 3 the annual meeting of -the West Australian Turf Club was brought to a successful conclusion. Perfect weather prevailed, and there was a large attendance. Results:— FREMANTLE PLATE. Of £200 sovs. Six furlongs. OWLET, 7.3 (Bennett) 1 GALTEE PRINCESS, 7.12 (Kenny).. 2 MARCAUX, 8.0 (Darcy) . .. 3 . Other starters—Ejector, Codilla, Milly Mil ton, Beresford, Uncoil, and Lord Trenville. Won by a length and" a quarter; a length between second and third. Time—Imin. 15 2-5sec. Dividend (for 10/)—£3/10/. CORONATION STAKES. Of .500 sovs. For three-year-olds. One mile and: a furlong. GALTEE QUEEN, 7.10 (Kenny) .. 1 LUCKY .BEGGAR, 9.2 (Si&britttf .. .. 2 DOWNDALE, 7.10 (Hopwood) 3 ! Other starters:—Dakai, Golden Mead, Coca tea, Houseboyg Miss Fides, Plaisticine, Malt Star; Watchkey, Holbeck, Morning Belle,Grey - | mara, Affaire d'Armour, Jillawarra, Recon noitre, Minever, and Opera King. Won by a length; half a length between | second ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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IRRIGATION CROPS EFFECTIVE TREATMENT TILLAGE AND WATERING. THE HUMUS PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

EFFECTFvTS ^TREA'TMEKT TI&LAG-13 AND WJtTERIK<3.; THE HUMUS PR0BXJ3M By "TABKAN" It cannot be said that the average Victorian irrigationist has Ideal in tillage ajad WatertmT^iS *he thS ^Sd "l?1? is dolng ei«£r in /way ^ bQ easily criticised. No on© is to blame. Neither the Water ST^^SectS S\fadividual y" expected to know mtioY> *»>««»»+• theseaLl-important subjects under local conditions. In a large ml££e as was mentioned in Previous aScleT both the state and the irrigationGtm pi0Jnt!11* telgation cuUiieT naiely. both parties are so rtudyilgaSi observing that each year they arefhS instructive information bearmc on the advisable practice. Dean^ deficient Tillage as^watlrf^ SO ^fficult a matter as watering:. The principles underlv ^er^fi^HPI^"CaUy 016 same to srowine^ Tt I t t*™** or fruit £ n • 8 in department UsefulVtoUthfiPe-rle?-Ce in agriculture is useful to the irrigation settler. There "ti°eI?I>erlenC6d small holders who a readiness to establish a s...

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

53. *~±, ^£kh& 3 GUARANTEED DRY, FREE RUNNING. NOT IN THE COMBINE THOMAS' PLlOSPFIATE. INDIAN OCEAN NATURALGU4NO. I Finely-grdund burnt AGRIQlIIjTlJRAli LINE. Finely-ground AGRI CULTURAL LIMESTONE. SUPERPHOSPHATE. BONE & SUPER. BONEDUST. ~ . BONE & BLOOD,. Sulphate of Potash, Special Mix tures, &c.' • v For prices, analyses, and ^dll particulars apply to . country agents, , or .17-'QUEEN STREET, •j\- MELBOURNE. v USE Little9s ^ Sheep Dips POWDER !»#5SSSU FLUID, 6/- per Gal. in S-gaJ. Dram: Us«3 li Leigfsj greets gsnjsdsjBt Wcdl .Kills all Vermin* Leaves the Wool k\ rn o Beautiful Condition, ^MORRIS,LITTLE & SON LTD. ^* 26 Si. Jamas' St* Melbourne, ^ Sfi Hvrdw St., S?£ae?> iiiswiLmms.

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CHAMPION SHIRE FILLY [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

CHAMPION SHIRE FILLY The two-year-old Shire Ally, Garston Surprise, was awarded first and champion prize at the Ashburne Show in England last October.

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THE HORSE POINTS FOR JUDGES EXPERT ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

POINTS FOR JUDGES EXPERT ADVICE. At the Kybybolite Branch of the South Australian Agriculture Bureau Mr • W. J. Colebatch, E5.Sc., Agric,. M.R.C.V.S. (Superintendent of Agricul ture in the South-feast), gave a prac tical demonstration on the points of a, horse. Most farmers, he said, possess a fair knowledge of the general charac teristics- to be looked for in a horse of : good quality,but few would care to un- < dertake the responsibilities of show-ring judging, or to officiate in any capacity in which their knowledge of the points of a horse would be brought under *,he searchlight of public criticism. This may be due to natural reluctance to publicity or to a want of confidence, which may be attributed in some cases to a want of method or system in the . process of judging. No matter what^ the circumstances may be—whether the examination be made in the show ring or sale yard, the aim should be to adopt some definite and thorough system of working. Once adopted, the meth...

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Increase of Pest [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Increase of Pest Mr W. Cadell, of Deep water, New South Wales, has written to the local press an interesting account of the pest. "This fly pest," he says, "is one of the worst troubles the pastoraiii-.ts have now to contend with, and is caus ing the loss of millions of sheep. On some stations I hear of deaths up to SO and 40 per cent. This is too horrible for words, and the suffering- and misery of the sheep, the mainstay of Austra lia, must be awful. The old adage is still true, 'the Lord helps those who help themselves.' Ea.ch sheepowner must contend with this fly pest, and not expect Government or anyone else to help him. In the early days, the 60's and 70's, when sheep were all shep herded, and put in yards to s-» ure! them from the dingo, in wet weather rhuddy yards scalded their feet, and half the flock would be lame, and many got flyblown. The work of dressing those lame sheep was dreadful. The lambing ewes also were subject to the fly pesc, and required careful attention. D...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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A Remedy [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

A Remedy Mr Cadeil gives as a remedy for de stroying .the blow fly about the home stead and the killing yard: — Mix a strong solution of arsenic, by boding for half an hour. Proportion: 1 lb. or arsenic, 3 lb. of washing soda, to 6 gal Ions of water, bon, ana stir ail all.ar senic is dissolved. Apply when cold. When sheep are dressed at killing yard spread the skin on tne fence, a.Mi p<.uiu it ail over with arsenic solution. It will kill every fly that setties on it. About the house or orRce, small slices of meat dipped in the solution, and kept moist by frequent dipping, will kill all the blowflies that alight -on it. Bang it up where the flies come about. He says We are using it here with wonderful success. It tum bles them over in thousands. The recipe may be amplified to 1 lb. arsenic to six. gallons water, 3: lb. washing soda to dissolve it, and 6 lb. sugar to make it attractive to flies. if it is wished to mai^e it stron ger, add another pound of tnflcenic. Ar senic...

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The Ubiquitous Fly [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

The Ubiquitous 'Fly Mr W. G. Dow ling, stock inspector at Forbes, has also written in regard to the pest:—"Anything- that is known about what the blowfly will and will not do may help in the effort that is being made to boss him, although if we succeed in killing the fly we will probably have to fight some other pest that can only be seen with the aid of microscope. The reason the fly does not blow on travelling sheep is, first, that during daylight they are nearly continuously in motion; second, the dust is a sure preventive, as there are no flies in a cloud of dust. One often sees cattle in fly time throwing up dust with their foreleg over their backs to bunt the flies, and horses often do the same; they scrape the dust, and hold their heads in it to get rid of the flies out of their eyes. Again, stock- roads are always more or less dusty, and are ; u§uaily, camped in bare places, . It is sheep are resting "that most of fciie blowing is done; - blowflies cannot Stick on- a moving ...

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

[D R E B D is TR I B U T ION „ 0* Special Trial Bottles oi . TaKls.i HENNA FOR GRBT HAII Send Id Stamp for Postage. BUERDIN and SAINSBURY, Wiiclesal® Druggists, Melbourne.;

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BUSINESS BARON AUSTRALIA VISITED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

' BUSINESS ;: BARON AUSTRALIA VISITED. "1 have ^u'lue >al .here iui uuol—-tiit, best u u^i, ciie v. uui that my . iu-ui wan to, lAiiU i snail.-oe ncie two months g ettl-ii.^ 11} Vv ao 1—JL/l-d ltoCilUtA^c 6 lCplj1 lo a question on board the Morea. > JuUi U i.i.u^iiUa-C lo is^>iJ an»y, ctau"ijjaai\ou ixxuat oueei'xiniy *Y «»ttU LXlc? iaLciUJ Ci.UCL.Oil OX iijxi. VVy-S mcll" tiOiifcU. ii vy<la twou' uuat lie u'eieattsu ■iu.1"-rt.. JL>Uiictl' LcXW, JL.CcxU.t;i' Oi LiitJ iiuuoo Ox. COiUUiOiii> i^ppwal tiyil, ahd yi'OUaijJj the ue-u ^oiiocrVcLLiv c xrinie Alai-ster. ' XOU ivUOvV, CO.llCxXlUca L.U1U LyuCii dale, "Ivor til- Vv e&L Ata.iiciicc.ter . t*> a Uioi'ou&iuy vJoijscx viLU ve sjCvlL, and uxc- ; victory .*as vvCiCoiiie to txie £juerai3. i b'or many itiai'i, i LiiiJik a.i vV<iys. vv xD Ltie ei-ccptiOii uf tile uixce moAxtiib wucn Axi- w ins ion onurciiid won m the gvcai.' Laoeral upneava,., tne constituency had been Conservative....

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BUDGET OF GOSSIP VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

BtJDGET OF GOSSIP "By " AUSTRAL.'* VICTORIA J. Spring has sent Bal Blair to Bacchus Marsh for a spell. Prince Aurate is again in training, after a spell of several weeks. * # •/■.. * J. Cripps, junior, has respatehed Sa frano to Bacchus Marsh for a spell. *'■ ■ *■'. ■ * ; : Among the well-known performers about to be given a spell is Gun Girl. * * * W. Smart has been offered a re tainer to ride for a successful stable. * * * ... - * The two-year-old Prudent Action, in C. Quinn's stable, has resumed work at Flemington. •' -... * * .* Parsimonious, by Penury — Uabba mare, is now a regular attendant on the Caulfield tracks. * * . fr The Wallace mare Orvieto, after an absence from the tracks, has returned to work at Flemington. ■ * .# $ 6 Dinforget, trained at Caulfield, is to be treated to a spell, which will ex tend over some months. «s # * ® Winning Post has been showing signs .of soreness of late, and is to be in dulged in a short holiday. * « '* « The Grafton gelding Icon, in James...

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

> The/'IDEALS'* combine the Longwool L " and Merino Types. r' . . THE "CARRSDALES" are an estab lished,. Lincoln—Mei*ino First-cross. JPor fUl! particulars, lists of pur chasers an <1 samples of . wool, apply to : WETTENHALL and SONS/' Carr'sAPlains- via Staweii; Victoria.

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

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AUSTRALIAN BUTTER QUESTION OF QUALITY. CRITICAL REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

A L! ST liAijiAiNi BUTTISIi QUESTION OF QUALITY. CRITIC AJL RE V ICQ W. Mr ii. W. Gsoorne, manager of the Western L/isLrict Co-o^erat*ve Com- . pany, returned recently iioni a trip to Great Britain, He has prepares for the company an exhaustive report oi the trade m butter and the quality of the Austialian product. "The interior quality of a large proportion of butter exported from Australia to Great Bri tain," says Mr Osoorne, "is bringing: discredit upon the Common weakh, and it is imperative that the producers and ail who are associated with tne dairying industry in this part of the world should reaise the gravity of the position. The consumption of marga rine has increased to an enormous ex tent; biending factories have been es tablished to supply what is recognised as a public requirement, and the mar keting and distribution, of our produce cannot be performed satisfactorily." "Australian buttter as a whole," Mr Osborne further observes, "has deterio rated in recent seasons, an...

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OTHER STATES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

OTHER STATES Radnor, the winner of the W.A.T.C. Grand Stand Plate on January 3, has contested 16 races for six wins, four seconds, and three thirds. * * *> 0 Balaguard, a Queensland performer, by the Carbine horse Battle Abbey, has won seven consecutive races, and claims an unbeaten record this season. * $ >> Late Hours, formerly owned by James Lynch, of Flemington,. has lately been In the. Kogorah stable of F. Forbes, trainer of Fiddlestring. Forbes has now sold Late Hours to Mr W. Paine, of Gundagai. ' * * * # Mr. J. Chambers has obtained from Mr. R. W. Clancy a renewal for- 12 months of his lease of the Melbourne Cup winner, Posinatus. Woolerina has also been leased by Mr. Clancy to the same owner. Lady Denman. winner of the Flying Handicap at Canterbury Park is a four-year-old mare by Malster from. Lady Rylstone. In 1907 Lady Ryl stone carried off the V.R.C. Qaks in the colors of Mr C. L. Macdonald. v .* * « * * . Sydney racegoers will be catered for to-day (Saturday) b...

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

its Ui.y ' Challenge' .the':'\Best::Mill! Hundreds of users the Commonwealth over, reckon it the finest Mill ever produced. The "Challenge' crank shaft — one piece of solid i'orged steel — is a marvel ot dcsigi, and construction. t the "Challenge" solve YOt'K \vater problems. A 6ffc. mill costs; you £tt. Literature free ;«— glad to send you some! 110-114 Stairt street, South ^Iclbourner (Nr BRADSHAW'S GUIDE" for January re vised to date 6d, posted 7d. Stillwell and Co., printers. 195a Collins st., Melbourne*.

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

FOREIGN The total amount of stake money won in England and Ireland on the flat during- the past racing- season was £573,187/32/. This is £14,600/5/'more than in 1912, and constitutes a record. # * « The London "Sportsman," of Decem ber 4, says:—"When the colt-foal by Bayardo—Clieshire Cat was sold at Newmarket yesterday for 3100 gns. a record was established for a foal at auction. Cheshire Cat is by Tarporley from Lady Sneerwell. A trigger price was paid privately for the Gallinule foal from Flair four years ago, when Mi- F. C. Stern purchased the youngster, with his dam, for 15,000 gns., and subse quently passed the foal on to Sir E. Cassel; the colt raced as Gallon. He only won one race of small value, and was sent to Japan." The mqst successful racehorse last year in Austria-Hungary was Miczi, a three-year-old ' filly, Which won five races ; out of " six starts, finish ing second in thev other, worth in . ail £6925. • Miczi is'. by Mmdig. • The ;■ Derby winner; Csardas, with £ 41...

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FOUL RIDING ALLEGED FRANK WOOTTON DEFENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

FOUL RIDING ' ALLEGED j FRANK WOOTTON DEFENDED. Prank Wootton, the celebrated jockey, who is now on a visit to Aus tralia, has a warm champion in Mr EX Hulton, whose horses are trained in England by Wootton's father. In his speech as the guest of honor at the annual dinner 'of the Gimcrack Club, York, on November 28, Mr Hul ton, referring: to the- Wootton-Sievier libel case, said:— "A great deal was heard in this case about foul riding- and the numbers of times Wootton's jockeys had been be fore the stewards. Foul riding has a very disagreeable sound. But racing men would have known exactly the cir cumstances and what precisely yvas in dicated by foul riding, and how high to place evidence of that kind. After all, considering the number of jockeys and apprentices employed by "Wootton, and the large number of rides they have had during the last 6% years, I do not suppose they have been before the stewards more often than other jockeys, .they having, been , punished three times for fo...

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

20 GAUGE Ham3£eri<ess Repeating The Model 1912 Wiftbhester is lightest strongest and handsomest repeating shot gun on the market. It weighs only Mahout pounds, yet it has great strength, be cause its metal parts throughout are made oi nickel steel. In grace of out line, and perfection of detail and finish, it is unapproached by repeat ing guns of other makes. # It is a two-part Take Down, without loose parts, is simple to operate, and its action works with an ease and smoothness unknown in guns of other makes. See one at your dealer's.^ THE X,IGHT WEIGHT mCKBX, STEBI, REPEATER.

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

Prove the SEND THE COUPON IF you would know what the best dressed men in town are wear ing—what is smartest and most correct in pattern and shade—send the coupon for the Xjeviathaii Pat terns at 5216 THE SUIT TO ORDER (Mail Order Special) If you know anything of cloths you will recognise the splendid quality of these fabrics —- their smartness and tlieir serviceability. You'll bo bound to admit you have never before seen so good at the same price. And if you choose from the batch we send you. and order a suit, you do so, remember, at OtJR risk, for every lieviathan suit to measure is "GUARANTEED TO A BUTTONHOLE" THE LEVIATHAN, Cr. Swariston and Bourke streets, Melb. Please semi me Free a Pattern Selection of your Suitings at 52/6. This request incurs no obligation. Name Address W.T., 10/J/14. r FULL VALUE tr GOOD STYLE Corner Swanston & Bourke Sis., Melbourne

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