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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. NEWMARKET, TUESDAY, 6th JANUARY. FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

MELBOURNE LIVE :STOCK MAfKET, NEW Ah'l IIlT, TUESD.AY, Gtl J.ANUARY. PAT S'HEEP. 2.010 'arded, comprising 215 trucks and 5r, by road. lest wethers were moderately represented ',hilo a aruge proportion rornsisted of good and prime cros-abrel es s. The olulk of tha morisoes consisted of uLseful grade meditumn eand ligtgt scigh.t wethers and moderately fat to se"ricrable eses.. Inerior descriptions were represented solely by con sigrirents of oldonee?. There vas spirited corn patition throughout, both for ex:ort and .local trade requirements, and prices ru:ed about 1/ per head in adrance of former rates. Quc.ta ions-e: Prdim crossredj weth.h - from ~ d8/ to 19/P erxbra do. do. from 10/ to 1lt/; good do. do., from 16/9 to 173.; second rnd inferior do do., from 15/ to 161, with ri" : ·rweialrs from 1!/ to .·1/t; acrrording to qll:rl iry; prime crossbred c-wcsi from 15/0. to 17/; e.tra do. do., from 18/ to 20/9; good do. do., froa "13/i i to 1,/; second do. do., from !2,/ to .13/. p/rrme ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STOCK EXCHANGE. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

:- " THE STOCK EXCHANCE. SANSWERS- TO CORRESPONDENTS. -. BY BROKER. *Monetary: .conditions indicate". the p .ility 'of a bIuoyant " Change foir investm.nnt .stock during the fiirst :ijlUartcer of 1914, unless, the" un exipected happ.ens in the way of inter :national complicatioias affecting Australia through the London money and share mar .kets."9 Movements in prices for the indus; ,itiai netals continue erratic, as instanced' Sby the: advance in lead and the .(simul t~aneoi,) i~etrogiession in the value of cop per'. lThe London Cihange for Barricer t:: ock:: has:: steadied, . but .. the actual itufiniover in . Australian scrip 1 in that' ce.: ie ? is. undciestood" to :continue. * on 75 -,!:. ?;.;'. : : ? :( :. .. .. . . . :.. ... ... : -. . ·;.,..: · the . small side. Thiere has been much Spcculation in. alluvial. interests, scrip in : Ararat compa'nies being in especial fpvor, .the indications; pointing to "furthiier irpid . hictnationis . in. prices peidng T nbowledge of the ,res...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTORIAN COAL. GOVERNMENT POLICY. LANDS TO BE UNLOCKED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

VICTORIAN COAL. GOVERN; MENT1' POLICY. LASNDS TO BE UNLOCKED. The State Premier announced in the Essendon speech that the Ministers, .hav ing reserved an area estiniated to coritain 21,000,000 .tons of coal about the State mine at Wonthaggi, proposes to let leases for areas, iii which coal mining is likely to be profitable. Many applications are already in halnd. Thle Ministry pro. poses to enter on its new policy immed iately after thle elections, and to grant the applications, on whicl! the report of thl deipartmental oflicers is favorablc. Tihe particular leases will be let in the arehs surrounding Wonthaagi, but it is intended also to direct a series of tests over the de posits in Gippsland. Of the three main' coai aretas in Victoria reported on by the ! incs department WTannon consists of about 400 squate miles, the Otway of 1090 aquare miiles and the South Gippsland of 2100 square miles. For some time past five drills liave been working on black coal in the neighborhood of Won...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

Why not Work two Ploughs in the one operation *g You can do this by nsing t a_" '_"..."_ "_ " TM IS Smith's Conmmonwealth Patents: S --Nos. 2405, 1%8,15 a'id 18,440, \ Smith's .W.A. Patent No. 4703. "? N " May and Son's Commonwealth . Patent, No. 430. PLOUG6 , ., Write for Our "-Illustrated Cata 12 Furrowscan be worked .logue and Time .Payrment ,Price Scomfortably by 7 horses. :List. CIARENCE HI_ SM.ITH, LIM/ITED. ARDROSSAN - SO.UTHI AUSTRALIA . L* Vg\ W' s 'r 0 ^:, ;! Il ' IMPLEMENT YOU NEED A HELPFUL LOAN! VYou have not done. youlrelf il.-tice uIlcses you have securel Fi;fi(-ivnt fi:(nd1, to p',h1 forward wiith our ofilrnristes this new year. Start vigorou-;IIy, free from i.erve-racki.ig, !.heart-brealhrig dlbts. oWe bliae a (lica of imonley here wO CIra loil you .rlicaper' than elisewherr i in Australia. HAVE FROM £50 TO £10,000. - We will gladly ad(hnce you whaut you ne:d( at lowest interc-:t inl Vietor'ta. -itrop us a line. StaIt your e .-ae, and. )y return i a n il you will be...

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NEW CHUM GOLDFIELDS, BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

2:: ,..r,;~K..... · HU2We:Gm L * NEW CHUMBENDIGOS ·` £* UI G///W/ m'.As ,the result .of 'cdnomical management, .conm ":' binid with'" profitable returns from the intermedil r'ate workings on tie cast leg below 1070 fect, the loard of the N.ew Chum Gold Fields has during the past few months bcin enabled to nmaie five disbiurse~i nts of Od.. eaeh, totalling.? i1000. Thi'e reas~lts cicvll.ed povdp iideibthn illustration of wl't nuay bla Accniplishbed nliquartz mininig by PerFoiera"nce in prospeccting rvoik hc-corpin~y Ilii' suu~ik. driicii~.and Isen 3339 feet on. .;~ii'ith~:Is f; matii~3 al~:l lcc remanils:- a d`Eiib~i (1CI 0 be operatedl on:. S.iijiie ide~-.o~f~ the!'large .extenttcn io orfe- ,V aaill bee: nny: ebeigaaiered from;-tlEf ihat tht reel for jicHt-ofIWO;fecta30 ov t oa4i a.?avc ragcs liiifii Oect; i vidio;" 1 'teo .continue down. ward for 8. ,fee -';1 t ii.' ; ni omparnatihi s iittl& ':topig ha~' been done on f i up to Ijil prent . Dusing the pact hial year :tieysll...

Publication Title: Leader
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SAYINGS OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

* .SAYINGS OF CHILDREN : - A child named Maisie fell and cut her knee badly, and was very much upset about it. As- her mother was washing and dressing it, she said, r'liShll I die?" "Die," said her imother, "of .coursc, not only the good die young !'". Si stopped. crying to - consider thlti , ; nd ..: tiix an nounced, rather tearfully, "Wel"l; l':. be as bad as 1 carn." . . A man very fond of sweets al?ays .iilid to keep some ,on his drlxsing tabl . .:.Upon retiring one night ihe found tha.t }!e iiapecr round the sveel:s was very- wet, which kb ·ould not account-for.--Next mornilg l-e mPade inquiries, and asking his little -sister if she had. taleri .iaiy of the iii, :e puit her ,hands behind her, and,:t.xilsting lier-. self about, said, "No, G(eorge I have not taik'en any of your,a~-ects;, I 0orly had a lick at them. ::. .... A rat;her goodstori?nwai; of a small girl who, while at hlie?i det olbions, as rudely iun terrulted by Ian iinpish'bi'o"ther slapping 'her. "O'h, Lord,. prayc...

Publication Title: Leader
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THE CHILDRENS COLUMN RULES FOR COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

HE CIHILDRERSn COuumrl LE~ITE~i ?':"+ r ' : ,-.,i ",,# RULES FOR COMPETITIONS. All1 manuscript must bear name, address apnd age ol sender, clearly written, thus: - Name .. .. -. * ... * ... . ** Age ...... .* ?-,* *" *.* * "* "*. Class (A. or B.) ......... :; , No Ccmpetitor to be over 10 years of age. Com* petitions to be neatly written on one side of the paper only. No help to be received from other people. Children are expected to honorably oh. ; serve this rule. All letters are to be addressed to "Cinderella," "Thed Leader"' Office, Melbourne. If enclosed in open envelopes marked "MSS. for publication," they can be sent for one penny up .to 2 oz. In. awardin;g prize, "Cindereiir" takes into ac* count, nllOL oly the corerctness of the nuswers, -but the neatness of the manuscript and the ageo of competitors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

An eellent example of art and soli ity. This suite, exactly as-illuditra~ted, is without doubit the finest possible value, built bly skill a~nd ~white Liabor in our own factories. -Bean.utif.lly. fished, and" co~nstruction. Write for Copy of Oui Catalogue. EAS. -- The Home Furniheirs" E TERMS -:.ERMS ARRANGD OMPrtrO-St., FPzOy-Ne 08url. ARRAN6&ED ,,!.... . ? . ., .., . . o, : . . . . . . . : ~'l -7. : -:• . These Black Plumes are very ;; fashionable, and they are ex .., . .... cellent value. Sent post free *"N.to any address; .i11 a nches long.• 3/ 13 "' " , 7/6 • l. Cazi :be supp, lied. in 'Black-:: Wbite, Creanb, Natural, or ~Can *Black::t~a~·8,an J fly fashionable color. Write f·". . to-day--- Send Postal Notes.,. BLACK OSTRICH FEATHERS _1 /.. length 8 inches. BLACK OSTRICH FEATHERS 1/6 ": length. 9 inches BLACK OSTRICHi FEATHERS .1/11 length 10 inches HILLTER 'S: FEATH: R SHP Cor. Bourke & .Swanston 5ts., Melbourne. "07 Chapel Street, Prahran;. - -" 188 Smith Str...

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CINDERELLA'S COT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

CINDERELLA'S COT FUND.. Amount previously acrnowledged ... £700.15 F ,A collecting card itill be sent to Mauggie Dor blanlI. - --. Will. J.sie Longmuhi please slend full addreso, uo that a csrd ,may be sent to her?

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CINDERELLA'S MONTHLY COMPETITIONS. JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

CINDEIRELLA'S MON'IlLY COMPETITIONS. JANUARY, 1914. ;Prices of 5/ are. offered for the, est Mena gerie letters. Class A: Children over 12 yeari. Clacs B: Children under 12 yeals. This competi tion is only open to those clhildren who DID NOT win prizee in any of the 1913 comnpetitions. Some times the difference hbetween the prize winners and those who get honorable mention is very slight, and I want to give some of the "alnost" prize winners a chance that I am sure none of the successful ones will grudge them. The Meaa gerie letters in August were particularly good; that is why I have chocen that subject again. Entries close on 31st Janual. FIollow carefully the rules at the head of the column. CINDERELLA.

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EASILY MADE TEA CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

* .EASILY MADE TEA CAKES. Drop Scones.-l'ake three :teaclpfuils of flour anl one teacupful of .caster sugar, anix .well together: sift in two teaspoonfuls of :cream of ;tartar. Stir a teaspoonful .of -.biking soda inrto a gill.of- warm milk; beat -two egg ,to a froth. and add them to the milk, then .ponr the .aiquid g.radually into the dry ingredients, mixing .it all .with a fork. When worked to a .nice dough, drop ~the mrixture in Idessertspoonfuls on: to a sell-greased girdle -or- pan, keeping theni well apMart, as thlley spread in the rooking.; ;wvhen -'done :un one side, turn and -cook -on ihe other. Bakecstone Cakes--Mix ?weIll ,together .' lb. - of flour, 4 oz. of-butter or lard, 4. oz. of- sugar, 4 oz. well wrshe d and dried -currants, two eggs. a tea spoonful of. baking polwder, .a pinch of silt, and .a little milk to -bring it to Ithe .right consistency. Roll m?ut .very thin,. .aid bake on the :floured girdle, or, failing :this, .use :a fr-ing -pan. Potato and Cheese (akes....

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. B.M.--? fulberry inegar.-iPut the mnulberriesin i a crock. Mash to.a pulp, coi'er with best vine gar. Stand .for twelve hours in the Eun. Leave in a cold place all night. Stir .well occasion ally. Strain. Put as many fresh berries in the liquid as you strain out. :lepeat the process ~with them. Then to each quart of juice allow a .pint of water. Allow 5 lb. of sugar to every 3 Ib. of this liquid. Place over a slow fire and stir till the sugar mnelts. Bring gradually uo the boil, skimming carefully., Bottle while warm, and seal wit:h wax. Raspberry and blackbeny vinegar can be made in the same way. Hot Weather.-You can .get a great many ex cellent recipes Jor :summer drinks-in the- "Kee yuga Cockery Book." You.can get it for - 1/9, posted, at Cole's, Mtullen's or :.y .-of .the big booksellers. You can also get a :great many hints for keeping foodstuffs without elaborate collvenienccs. -. .Lizie.-You should address ,letters to a guest in .anOther persons's h...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

Big money-saving opportuni i ties thl'oughout, the Store. Prices ,that.will appeal to every woman i?Who:: wants vaiue for every 4shil -ling .she spends, are what youn I' ind at. this -ale. ,We are -over loaded with stock which iiust, "be cleaved. - .. !'N"O - P atters Sn o r - a Goods Cannot be Sent n Pale._ t StAJANUA N--, b. A R Y, SN :S IN ALL D EPARTNENTS° Every garment in ouir Cos$nume-Stock must .go, :as we positively-- will not carry goods over romin season to: season. '2/11. nSmart Coat and Skirt Costumes. in ,colored linene. 3/ll.--Stylish Onecpiece Crepe. Frock, w ell .. ' ,.. cut, in all colors, 4/l11:--In Navy. ,nd White Spot Cambri" ' s.smartly cut drcsscs, :.all sizes, including-.: :E.O.S. " " 5/11. -Shlantung Bl3oue nd Skirt Costumes, ":: .:..4i i in the prettiest eolorings;, .piped black,.:":;:.. S7/11.--Drcs in:' Spodtted or Strippcd. Cotton )Delaine,; in the latest :colorings,. fancy3 Wand::-::: round. collar, cuffs and down front. 8/1 p.-Spcial Line of Tussore Sil...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

Sale Catalgues posted on application to any address. The C. M. READ STORES, Phnix Blue TwillI Worsted Suits I Ready to Wear 45 THE FABRIC is an all wool Twill ?WoNted of be.autiful quality and full of splendid service. Its rich blue color is fas and fadeless. THE TAILORING is correeo, thorough, perfect; ti'e" style aiad finish of every garment is absolutely fault -les . - THE FIT-Through scientific size gradation, we can guarantee to men of all figures an accuracy and pre? cision of fit not surpassed in the best of made to mewc sure cilohesd. Icja. In ordering by mail, state waist, chest an, inside leg Smneasurements, or write for forms and catalogue. Phoenix Clothing Co. 347-9 KING-ST.. MELB. (Op. Flagstaff Gardens). FOR HIGH CLASS TAILORING, MERCERY,'! ., .pi u 70 . * The LateAt Novelties in itings and Neckwear . Boots in prallem ..t ~. under strict supervision by experts who ~i" know all that thereo Is to know in the makingthe best makeof-English, American and Colonial.l fitting ...

Publication Title: Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

FREBE BOOK COUPON Good to "Melbourne Leader" Readers Only Mile. Margarrette Merlain (Suite 11i31.B.), Pembroke IHouse, 'Note.-The supply of Oxford-street, London, W. "(Eg.). ,these s'books for distri I srnd this coupon as evidence that I am entitled to receive entirely free of co.t or . ..bution is estimated- to DAUtt obligation, a regular copy of your look, 'giv ing mull phrticulars in regard to method by last about eight. wedks, a which you dcvetoped your bust six inches in s - io days. After using the nmethod and fliuding but .if any coupon ar it perfectly satisfactory, I agree to..recom- rives after supply is ea mend it to my friends and send you a testi- rpl monial of its effects, but my name is to be hausted, postage .will kept strictly confkdcntial and on no account to be used or mentioned to others. .be returned at once. . Name .................. .. .. ... Melbourne "Leader." Address .. . . ............., . .. .. .Free Coupon No. 114.B. ' ".i " ""·"""""""""""· """";; "- 39~~...

Publication Title: Leader
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STATE AFFAIRS. NEW MINISTERIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

STATE AFFAIRS. NEW MINISTERIAL POLICY. Nearly a thousand people gathered at the new hall opposite the ?Essendon raiwvay station on Monday night to hear the Premier declare the intentions of his ne,-ly formed Administration. Most of his colleagues were present on the platform, and upon the whole he had a good rhearing. Electors who ventured to interrupt had a par ticularly trying time. Firstly thiey had to sufler the linguistic castigations ,Ir." Watt is ever ready in administering. Wherever these seemed inadequate the chairman took a turn, and the "third degree" of punish inent*was left to the police, who sihowed several of the noisy ones to tli&edoor witllh out materially adding to the disorder. Mr. W\'att. deliverel a forceful speech, but had no striking new announcements to make. The redistribution of seats is to be referred to the elector's; the public is to be educated on the (ireater Mielbourne scheme before it maikes it.s realppeiltranc; the question of handling of gr...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

ARVELLOUS CURE Brought Home to Die, but Restored to Health. Sensation in a Brisbane Neighborhood-Cure Con: firmed by Independent Witnesses--=A Tribute to Dr. W illiams' Pink Pills. SThe wondoerful value of Dr. Williams' Piak Pills to those w~hlo are weak and run down is shown in a remarkable way in the case cf Miss \V;olet Sinclair, whcse mother is Mrs. David Bincla'ir, of "Devonia," Chernside, near Brisbane. After beintg in a Brsbhane Hospital for weleks and undergoing a serious operation, the little girl was taken 'hame in a sup posed dying condition. Nothing her .par ents did snmedl 't·o bring her back health and strength. However, on the advice of a ,mah whose daughter had Ihad a mar ve!lous recovery a.fter using Dr. Wil:amnsa' 'ink Pill!s, the little girl was started on a course. Mrs. Sinc!air tells how they made a stro:ng healthy girl of the little invalid. She ,ays: "V'iolrt, who is now thirteen, sometime _back had to go into a Brisbane Hospital fr a serious operation, and wa...

Publication Title: Leader
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NOMINATION DAY. THREE MINISTERS OPPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

NOMINATION` DAY. THREE MII.STERS OPPOSED. 'Tuesday was nomination day in .con ncction with the Ministerial elections. From the list appended it will' be seen that thlre Ministers ar'e opposed: . ALLENDALE. ALEX \NDER ,TJAMES PEACOCK, Legal Mana ger, Crcsivick. . Sir A!cxander Peacock was declared elected by Mr. Northlcote, retuti'ning officer. Sir Alexandcler Peacock being at WViarraclk nabeal assisting IMr. ]:Tutchinson in his campign, Tvlr. Hfenry Peacocl, his brothec, returned thanks to the electors on his ba haIlf for tbe generous treatment he liad re ceivcd from them, and for another unop roscd rettln. ' ESSENDON. FRIANK KI(EANE; 4 Victoria-strcet, : Coburg, W\ood Worker. - -. WILLIAM ALEXAN.DERI WX'T'T, lark-street, Mloonce Ponds, Merchant. PRAHRAN. ...: DONALD MACKINNOS, Acktlan-street South Yarral, Barrister. WILIA3f HIENRIY WEBBER, Argo-street, South Yarra, Secretary. BORUNG. WILLIAM IIUTCIHIINSON, Land Owner, East .avhern. FARQUIIlAR IM'RAE, Farmer, Wallup. WARRNAMBOOL. JO...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. MR. HUTCHINSON'S POSITION. STATE MINISTER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. MJR. IIUTCHINSON'S POSITIOr. STAT1.:E MINISTER'S VIEWS. Sir Alexander Peacock, Minister of Edu cation: Mr. ]Hagelthorn, Minister of Pub lic Works; and Mr. Lawson, Minister of Lands, have rettirned to Melbourine from the Borung electorate, where they have been assisting the candidature of iMr. liutc.hinson, Minister of Agriculture, against Mr. F. M'Rae. In comment on the position, Mr. H-agelthorn stated that, although eof forts to induce Mr. M'Rae to retire had ibeen unavailing, it was now very apparent that thie feeling was gaining ground in the electorate that tb a:ttempt to defeat a Liberal Minister was a very serious rc sponsibility for Liberal electotsm. M'any farmers and 'others had therefore decidel to cast their votes agains?t Mr. M'Rae. Mr. Hiutchiuson's .canpaign had been well organised, and it could hardly be said tha.t Mr. 3'IRac's had been organised *at all. all a statement of the Minister's claims officially preplared for distribution amoing the ]...

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NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. ONLY TEN PER CENT. PUBLICLY SUBSCRIBED. LONDON, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. ONLY TEN PERl CENT. PUBLICLY SUBSCRIBED. 'l LONDON. 5thi January. The underwritcrs of the Newe SouLh Wales -4 per cent.. loan .of £3,000,000, is sued at 90, :hve Ihid to take up 0 per centi: if'the total, . .

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