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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS, - Tci prevent knives rusting -rub th$ Made with' mutton fat, ahd wrap thens in flannel, before putting thom away. ' Choeao, when become dry, may bo (freshened by being placed in hot watejj for a few minutes. Tie a piece of lemon on a corn ovgryi aight for, fivci nights, and it will goner jally cause it to drop out. When frying fish, dip it in milk" in otcad of egg- before rolling in bread ctufabs. This is more economical and : tastes, better. It Jb not generally known th'at ffi iablospoonf ul orvinegar put into the water when poaching eggs will kedp 6hem from breaking. To take tea stains from a- whitd 'cloth', pour boiling water throug-li . thom, and afterwards wash the oloth in-I TstoiiBuuitvay. -. . " j .When slicing bacon, place it witlj, the rind side down and do not cut through the rind. When the sliooa are f out, slip the knife under them os neaf thti rind cs possible. To remove stains from very dirty, knives cut a potato in half and dip in ooraped knife brick...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

As if Scalded. Broke and Formed Sores. Pitiful to See. Cuticura Snap and Ointment Cured Hor,\,j Italians; Via Ball^refc," Tic.-"My llt'Jo Ejlrl, Violet, bas sujTcrsdvwltb oczoma orw dnca vaccination lobia Dr# years aao. Th», eczema camo out all orer hor:'you could Dot stick a pin botiroon tio sarss and mors csp« clally In bar Joints. It yizs liko as if stas bad boon scalded, and ths blisters unod to break nnd form sores which Trero full of humour.. It was pltihil too her. "t tried olntnlonti and ooToral other ' romedloa but dcrivod na-Bonefltv so l mat, an order,"for.Outlcuro Ointment, ond^oia' pleased to:bayj after' using two tio»: and ' batlilnff lraUfyltbV tbo .ijiitlcura iSoaii «ho . In curod iad' tha CutlciKQ Eomoafeir hiro, -cured: her.1 .iwrnl.to' .apply: .following " CatIcan«-;: Stop nioruhii;'and- nlfchti and apply Cut! ,-cura Olntmont on linen after bathing;*.! (Signed) Mrs. W. Pool. Octobor, 1012. ? 1OD0 you Irish to Improve your complexion! ~ bands or halrf If you wish a...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

ly.;. ; i w. j. FOR ;thbeb WEEKS. Great RM4<fte$ns for Cash ^ ^ , ,* ' 2^. «-5 J.'*. ^ ^ ON. Bemnants ot Every Description Very Cheap at T W. J. CBAMPIO N'S. Commonwealth HBAD OPPJOB 'Mk Bank of Eustralfe 8YDNBY fllli lank fa opto for all daises oi QENCRAL BANKING S3U0IMEGG at EQUITABLE PUILDING, OOUUHQ CTREEIT, IY3ELGOURWD Also at Sjdney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hcbart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, TownsTille, and London 'OriTtnmUtancu mad* to, and drafts drawn on foreign placet direct Foreign bills negotiated aid '' collepted. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for \i collection. Banking and Exchange Bnslnesi of ererj description transacted within the Oostaoa* ii , y . wealth, United Elnrdom.and abroad. Current oocounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deyoalO. V . . Adrancee mado against approved securities. ...RAVINGS DANK DEPARTMENT . VJotorlan Central Office* fl!7 COLLINS GTRBCT, E9CLC0UnN3. Branches in the abore cities and 2...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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LUNCHEON MYSTERY JUROR'S REFUSAL TO RETIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

LUNCHEON MYSTERY JUROR'S REFUSAL TO RETIRE. The adjourned inquest Into the cir cumstances which caused the death of Ellen Elizabeth Blundell, a young wo man employed at Oddenlno's Restaur ant, Regent St., some time after she had eaten the staff luncheon there, was re sumed yesterday (reports "The Dally Mall" of December 20), but the sitting was occupied by discussion of the alleg ed Independent collection of evidence by the foreman of the jury, and was then adjourned without any additional wit ness being called. .Mr Freko Palmer, for the proprietor of the restaurant,said the foreman had written to him, enclosing declarations which he appeared to have taken him self from two persons who were to ap pear as witnesses. That was a some what extraordinary proceeding of the foreman, for if a partisan line were taken in the declarations the justice of any rider expressed by the jury in the future might be affected. The foreman, if he knew of evidence which had_not been called, should have c...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

WISE AND OTHERWISE. Is Holoa going to prosecute Jack for stealing a kiss? No; tho property has boon returned. * * » 0 . That fellow Slimson can write with either hand, Roally? How does ho do it? Ho usoa a typewriter. « o . « « Mothor: May, that young man of yours is too forward. Ho must bo sat upon. May: Loavo that to mo, mothor. I'll 6oo that ho is. _ » * « . a Do you believe the pen is mightier j than the sword. Of course it is. Who ever had to pay ten thousand pounds' damages in a breach of promise case I on account of the sword he carried? . * . * * "What is a soldier of fortune, pa?" "A soldier of fortune, son, is a vaga bond who fights for . anybody who asks him, and then puts up an awful scream for help from his own country when he gets into trouble.'1 . . . « » Binks: "Jimson is one of the liver brigade. He has a little canter every morning before breakfast." Winks: "Yes, I know. And he has a pretty big de-canter every night after din ner." * B . ? » « Well-meaning Golfer; "...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

ASSUBAMOE 00. LTD. ESTD. 1782. FIRE. AOOIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. tOS8E8 PAID EXCEED ii85,000,08ft - lotMft bv BUOH FIRES and by LKIHTNIKQ .n mada srood by this Company, AGENTJTWANTED. mm* 461 TO 471 BOURKE ST.. 521211 Meiboubhe. ' DALQBTY 4 CO, LTD., AQBOYG. and the Tarcra Oaks, the 'home captain seen feverishly counting the spectators. Thcro wore two errand-boys, a Territorial, a chimney-sweep, a nurse-maid, and a navvy out on strike. Both teams appeared on the field, but tbo number of spectators did not increase. At last, in despair, tho homo cap tain shouted: "There won't bo any match to-day! Wo scratch!" "Wot nonsonso!" said tho opposing skipper. "Sratch? Wot for?" "Wo'll have to!" exclaimed tho other, in agonised tones. "Wo ain't took enough gate-money to get t' ball out o' pawn!" "Willie, aged five, had been warned not to cat mincc-pto for supper, but insisted on having a piece nevertheless. Tho next morn ing ho related a wonderful dream, in which bears had chased him, sna...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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A HEROINE IN SPITE OF HERSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

'A HEROINE IN SPITE OF HER SELF. .There are few countries that liav'fi not at one time or other had women Soldiers in their ranks-either in dis guise or openly accepted despite their sex.' England, France,, and Germany, which traditionally demands of its women only softness and domesticity, has nevertheless had its full share- One :bf them, Eleonore Prochaska, had aavedup her. wages as a coot, to buy her man's equipment. In her last battle, when storming somo heights, under .heavy fire, she snatched a drum from ,ajallen Fronchman'and beat the charge is she advanced. "You can sew, cook, wash, sing, and shoot better than any of us," said the comrade at her side admiringly, "and now it seems you can drum, too!" A moment later she was mortally ?.rounded. As she fell she called to tha nearest officer, with a dying flusb ol pride and humor "Lieutenant, I'm a girll" Another girl, Anna Luhriflg, only efghteen, was traced and claimed by chor father after she had enlisted; hut her captain ref...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GREAT HISTORICAL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

A GREAT HISTORICAL WORK. What has been happily described in the preface as "the birth certifi cates of a nation," the library com mittee of the Commonwealth Parlia ment has inaugurated the collected pubUcation of the Historical Records of Australia. These "birth certiil cates" consist of a Beries of litho graphs of original documents connect ed with the foundation of settlement and the establishment of Government and civilisation in Australia. First we have the oaths of office taken by Cap tain Phillip with all the quaint archaic phraseology of the period. To readers of the twentieth century the sug gestions al the dynastic and sectarian struggles through which the nation had recently passed, and whxh were still agitating men's minds, must seem strange ns they are disci 33ed' In the curious special oaths of abjuration and abjurance Governor Phillip and his officers had to take. Replicas oi official documents connectsd with tho establishment of the church, our first law courts, the f...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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FIGHT WITH WIND PLUCK OF PASSENGER [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

FIGHT WITH WIND ' PLUCK OF PASSENGER Probably tho most cxcitlng journey In the hJBtory of aerial touring was tho cross-Channel flfeht made by Mr Bal mot, "Tho Daily Mall" airman, who carricd with him as paeaongor Mrs Asaheton-Harbord, tho balloonist (said the Paris correspondent of ''Tho Daily Mail," December 13). Mr Salmet and his passenger started .from Hondon on Saturday morning nA moBt on tho inspiration of tho moment and under tho most favorable weather conditions. Beforo they had gone far on the way to Folkestone they ran into a fog, which grew densor and denser and at last compelled them to Inter rupt their journey at Folkestone for the night. They started off again across Channel at 11.30 yeatorday with a south wind of about twenty-flvo miles an hour gradually Increasing in strength. Thon began a game of hide and seek in the clouds, to which more than a spice of danger was added. "I started flying on a course laid tor BouIo(?no nt a height of 3000ft. so as to bo above the cl...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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DETERMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

^DETERMINATION: Thomas Ruddiman, th» celebrated grammarian, was born on a farm near Banff in 107.4, and died in Edinburgh in 1757. As a boy he gave proof .f his plucky spirit and his fondness for learning:. When he was sixteen years old he walked from his father's house to Aberdeen, in ordef to compete for | a prije given every year by King's College for proficiency ia classical literature. As he did not know whe ther he would win it or not he con cealed his plan from his parents, but confided it as a secrct to his sister, I who gave him. a guinea to pay his expenses. On the way he wa* robbed of his money by a band 6f gipsies, but this did not discourage him. He con tinued his journey, gained the scholar ship, and w.a? thus enabled to study at the college,

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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NOT WHAT HE MEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

NOT WHAT HB. MEANT. ! A vicar was addressing- a Sunday ? school class, and was trying to enforce i the doctrinc that the hearts oi the I little ones were sinful and needed | regulating. Taking out his watch and ? holding it up, lie said: "Now here is | my watch. Suppose it doesn't keep i good time-now goes too fast and now I too slow. What shall I do with it?" "Sell it!" shout«4 out one of the chil dren.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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RAMDOM READINGS NOVELS WRITTEN IN BED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

'' ~ '^A^OM'JtlEADINGS. NOVELS WRITTEN IN BED ?V 11 is over fifty years since "Ens' Lynno" was published, yet both tho niivol and tho play founded up6n it are as popular as ovor: Tho novol waa written in bed. In fact, so ill was Mrs- Henry Wood, its author, that she did not oxpoct to- oompleto it. Much of tho novod (was penned when its ' aalhor could 'not'ovori- sit up. Yot tho book ia by no'moans' rostful. On tho oontrary, it is very exciting. Sir Walter Scott wroto, or ratlior ^dictated, his most popular novel, "Ivan hoe," in bod-or at least from a tick couch. He had two secretaries who -tibed to take turns at writing down the fruits of his fertile fancy, for, al ^ though ho was in tho most constant £.nd jsovero pain, tho interest of tho great story never ceased, but went on unchecked to tho end. I In England and America "The Road Mender,'1 by Micliaol Fairles's, has booh Bnd is one of tho "best sollors" on tho market. Yet it was written in bed. "Michael Fairless" is tho pen name ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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THE PET RAVEN [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

XHE PET RAVEN All the old (tumbling castles on the Rhine have romantic stones told about them. One ef the most interesting it about a brother and sister c«|led Oth mar and Willeswind, who were rescued from danger by their pet raven. When Othmar was a half-grown lad lie had to go to war, along with all the other men of the- castle and the village, so that Willcswiiid was left ^yjt}i only the old men and women to t^ke cafe qf h<-i: Qthfijar (ojd Her tp be very careful about letting strangers intg the castle, and VVilleswind was at first but as time went on she grew careless. One night a poor old pilgrim stop ped at the door and begged for bread, and* Willeswind, forgetting all her brother had told her, brought in the old man. She was, however, dread fully startled when she saw him in the full light of the great fire which roared in the chimney, for he was not very ?old arid bis" eycs;took in'every'detail of the old, old serving men who alone were left in the great castle. T...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

AGE NO BAR. 1 Old people stooped with suffering. Middle age courageously fighting. Youth protesting impatiently. Children unable to explain. Baby ; crying, can't tell why. All in misery from their kidneys. Only a little backache first. Comes when you catch a cold, or when you strain your ! back. Backache is the first stop of kidney trouble, urinary disorders, stone, gravel, rheumatism. Doaa's Backache Kidney Pills cure backache. Cure-every form of kidney ills. Plenty of proof that this is so. Mr Edward F. Grant, 205 Victoria ' Street, Ballarat East, says"For years I suffered with backache and kidney trouble. I had a dragging pain across the small of my baok, which extended to my shoulders and loins. I could not stoop down with out intense suffering. My kidneys ' were weak, and did not work properly. Besides this, the secretions were dia ; coloured, and excessive, and caused pain when voiding. I consulted a i doctor, but he failed to do me any good; and different specifics advertised...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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BOXING DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

BOXING DAY SPORTS. o-- i-? A meeting of the Boxing Day Sports committee vis held at the presbytery on Tuesday evening, Tli/j chairman of the sports committee (Or G. Hay) .presided over, the meeting. The Rev. Fr. O'Kane (president) and a numbw gf the committee were also 4 present. " I The treasurer (Mr R. Lean) sub-' mitted the financial statement of the sports, etc., held on Boxing Day, which showed a credit balance of £76 9a 8d. This sum will be added to by a pourid or two yet to come in. i Mr Kempson, in njoving; that the ' statement be adopted, congratulated £h? treasurer on the clear manner in whioh the decants were presented. He thought, considering all oir oumatonces, the result was very satin- ' factory. Mr Franklyn seconded the motion, which was supported by Mr Mangles, and both endorsed the complimentary remarks made by Mr Kempson regard ing the treasurer. The chairman also supported 'the motion, and thought the result of the gathering was very gratifying when ' the great n...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. JANES WATSON & CPU? DUNDEE. oHc&Wt fjLOLj \ Shm&j ft ad ofjtem/ ad yew jxfouUWt fJb wmt/ fbcurm/ yaioXjA u> q/juU hum S r ; MI/WME&0 - - Vlllago Shoemaker : What did your otd father eay- when you told him the routo from King's Cross was mostly undorground? Country Boy (Just returned from visit to London) : He said "roots" mootly was! SQQW ,,$SWW NO O y\ IJI O 1 N V n N T O B 0 PATEITS Obtained in Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., o£ any description. Full Information, Costs, etc., sent on .application to A. O.rSAOHSE. O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collins and" William Sts., MELBOURNE.

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FOR YOUNG FOLKS. HOW HE WAS HURT. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

>' FOR YOUNG; FOLKS. HOW HE WAS HURT. ' Sunday-school Teacher: "And when 3 the prodic.il son camo borne, what . happened?" Tommy: "His father hurt himself." Teacher: Why I ' ; where did you get ithat ' from?" .j Tommy: "Why, it says in the Bible . , that his father ran -aijd fell on his . neck. I'll bet it would hurt you if 11 you fell on your neck."'

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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REARING CHILDREN MEAL TIME TERRORS [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

REARING CHILDREN MEAL TIME TERRORS Most mothers have more or less vogue theories as to the reasons why one member of the nursery so obsti nately refuses to "thrive" (writes Elizabeth Sloan Cherser, M.B.,- in "The Daily News" of December 9). From original sin to natural delicacy of con stitution, a whole host of causes or reasons can be assigned. Unfortunately the truth more less generally remains hidden, and the child evolves into a man or woman, handicapped by the fact of not thriv ing in youth. It is a fact, unfortunate .but undeniable, that the child who does not thrive is generally misman aged. The normal, natural young of the human species cats, sleeps, plays, and enjoys life thriving like the proverbial bay tree-that is, if we give him a chance. But our methods of 'cloth ing, feeding, and "managing" our off spring detract from the health and Joy of life of far too many of them in this generation at least. G.OOD AS HIS CHEST A medical inspector of schools told me the other day ...

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

THE CltADiiES FULL, " BODUS, or no boaDB," DSJB tho Hon. J. Oook. " the country needs to have its I cradlon foil." A boos dealing with this | subjeot in a moot informative way Trill ? bo appreciated by childless married couples. It Tfill bo sent free if 2d is ' remitted for postage. Address Dept. 53, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Kliiabeth . St., Melbourne.

Publication Title: Clunes Guardian And Gazette
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THE STREET CLEANER [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 20 February 1914

THE STREET CLEANER A paper having paid that "To recog nise the supremacy of the Btreet cleaner would be to usher in the reign of chaos," "The Daily Herald" takes It to task and says:-"Now, that just brings us very close to the root of the matter. 'Supremacy' is Indeed the wrong word, an instance of angry ex asperation. The street cleaner does not wnnt supremacy. He wants Justice, the right to live a human and progressive life, his place in the sun. In the social and spiritual economy he is as truly and deeply to be considered as the artist, the author, or the doctor. We may thus re-state the proposition* 'To recognise the importance, the dignity, and the possibility of the street cleaner (and a hundred such as he) is to usher in the reign of sanity and humanity.1"

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