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

Make a PicturS of those Charms A Burlington portrait is a link that binds you with what you were. It also adds to the charm and beauty of the liome. Now is the time for you to visit the Burlington Art Studios, where artists wi-11 gladly welcome you and find no trouble, too much to please you. Remember, the Burlington touch is supreme in art portraiture- All pic tures are lifelike and true to nature. All charges moderate. Batlingtoa Studios FOR ART PORTRAITS, 294 BOTJKKE ST.——MEIiB.

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

, B,For Sore Throats, Colds, Hay Fever. ' Take

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

' WHY SUFFER? WHEN YOU CAN OBTAIN RELIEF WITH LIGMOLLIENE THE CERTAIN CURE FOR ALL SKIN DISEASES Price, 6/3, posted. Write for testimonials. W. H. MALYQN and SONS, Chemists, •i Ball&rat. S3BKZ9B8SBb£

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DIRECTORY OF VICTORIA SANDS AND McDOUGALL'S WORK [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

DIRECTORY OP VICTORIA SANDS AND McDOUGALL'S WORK we nave received Sands and McDougall's well-known directory in its 5 8tlx year. It has devoted 84 pages to occupiers in city streets, 610 to suburban streets, 607 to country towns, 1026 to alphabetical, which in cludes city, suburban and country, 322 to city and suburban tradeis and pro fessions, 131 to country trades, 170 to farmers, apiarists, dairy farmers,, graz iers, stations, fruitgrowers, vignerons and poultry breeders, and 54 to Gov ernment, official, municipal and pay days, making in all 3004 pages. It is a most comprehensive and up-to-date work, invaluable alike to business and professional houses. It is the only work of its kind in this State printed and published on the spot. It is well got up, as, indeed, it should be, after over half a century of continuous ex perience. .

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SENSATIONAL CAPTURE. SUSPECT ARRESTED NIGHT RAID ON MIA MIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

SUSPECT ARRESTED NIGHT RAID ON MIA MIA Striking matches to guide them through the scrub, detectives early on the morning of January 9 surrounded a mia mia in the bush near Shepparton, and with revolvers in hand, arrested a man believed to be Daniel Winter, who escaped from the City Watch house, Melbourne, about three months ago. The man, who was calm enough to entertain his captors at supper round the camp-fire, was lodged in the Shepparton Gaol and afterwards taken to Melbourne. Since Winter escaped on October 10, Detectives Burvett, Napthine and Brophy have been working energeti cally to trace his movements. Manv rumors as to his presence in different localities have been followed to their sources. According to a statement to the po lice made by the man now arrested he often saw detectives and plain-clothes police, who did not see him. The de tectives consider that the suspect ar rested spent a good deal of his time in concealment at South Melbourne and at tT- days ag0 detectives ...

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WIFE JOLTED FROM CART HUSBAND EXPLAINS MTSHAP [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

WIFE JOLTED FROM CART HUSBAND EXPLAINS MTSFTA'P After inquiring into the death of IDmily Hutton, 44, a married woman, living with her husband, at Blackburn, Dr Cole found that death was due to misadventure. Mrs Hutton was jolted off a cart-load of peas on December 22 and died in the Melbourne Hospital on December 24. William Bennett Bowden, engine driver, of Camberwell, said that Mrs Hutton was his sister. She told him that the horse jolted, and she was thrown off. She had been married to Hutton for three years, this being her second marriage. Walter Greenwood Hutton, a farmer, of Blackburn, said that on December 22 he asked his wife to give him a hand to put some peas on the spring draj-. He put one heap on the cart, and his wife was weighting them down. After they got to the third heap he told her to sit right in the middle of the cart and not to shift. He then asked her if she was reads', as he was going to move, and she said "Yes." He moved the cart along and had gone about 50 y...

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CYCLIST KILLED RUN DOWN BY MOTOR DRIVER GOES FOR TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

RUN DOWN BY MOTOR DRIVER GOBS FOR TRIAL Dr R. H. Cole, the Coroner, at the Morgue on January 8 inquired into an accident which occurred at Donnybrook on December 20, when a motor-car driven by Frederick Dudley "William Oatley, station owner, of Cooma, New South Wales, collided with Gordon Campbell Murch, . i9, a wool classer, who was cycling to Tallarook, with the result . that Murch sustained injuries from which he died on the following day in the Melbourne Hospital. •Mr George Maxwell (instructed by Pavey, Wilson, and Cohen) appeared for Oatley, the owner and driver of the car, and Mr Stewart M'Arthur (in structed by Hill and Talbot) for the re latives of Murch. Sub-Inspector J. Middleditch repre sented the police. William Waldron, a clerk in the em ploy of the Victorian Railways, stated that he left Melbourne in company with Murch, and they rode as far as the ^ Donnybrook Hotel,. leaving there again about five minutes to six. Murch left the hotel before witness, but he passed him...

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BLACK WHEAT BANNED FARMERS HIT BY BOYCOTT [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

BL/ACK WHEAT' BANNED FARMERS HIT BY BOYCOTT Refusal by the lumpers and other unionists to handle wheat declared to be "black" by the Rural Workers' Union, means the boycott of a number of farmers who have offended the Labor authorities by accepting work on the Geelong sewerage. The present trouble marks another stage in the history of the dispute be tween Messrs Stone and Siddelly, the contractors for the sewerage, works, and their men. When the employes ceased work, a number of district farms supplied teams and proceeded with the scoop work. This incensed the unionists, and they announced their intention of seeking reprisals. Matters were not improved by an incident which occurred in the course of the holding up at Corio quay of the steamer Dorset as a "black" ship last month. The local stevedores re fused to worfc her until the embargo placed upon her in New Zealand was lifted. A batch of non-unionists from the sewerage works were employed in the unloading of the vessel, but they ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FALL FROM CART FATAL. PET PONT BOLTS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

FALL FR^M CART FATAL. PET PONT BOLTS I Remarking that just a little bit of carelessness had led to the accident, the Coroner on January 3 recorded a 5 finding of death by misadventure in j the case of Julia L«illian Hynes, 29, I married, of Ross street, Port Mel I bourne, who was thrown from a cart at Burwood, on December 26. | "William Curtis, bootmaker, of Bur wood, said that Mrs Hynes was his I sister-in-law, and on Boxing- Day visited his house. After dinner, at his wife's request, witness harnessed the pony to a cart, putting a a box of feed under the animal's head. Mrs Hynes, Mrs Curtis and two children got into the cart 'while the pony was feeding. Witness opened the gate, and, when drivmg down to it, his wife said,"Look at the horse's head." Witness saw that the bit was out of the animal's mouth. While his wife was fixing the bit the pony made a plunge through the gate. His wife hung on to the pony's head for ten minutes; witness, running between her and the verandah post, w...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INQUESTS EXHAUSTION KILLS CHILD [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

EXHAUSTION KILLS CHILD Dr. R. H. Cole, the Coroner, at tne Morgue on January 3 inquired in to the . death of an unknown male' infant, . whose body was found in a cart in a lane at the rear of Chapel street, Balaclava, on De cember 8. The Coroner found that the child died from exhaustion, due to in flammation of the bowels. There was not sufficient evidence to determine how death was brought about. Sub-Inspector S . Sampson repre sented the police at the inquiry. >Dr. John Brett said that the child was two or three months old. The cause of death was. exhaustion from illness, due to unsuitable food. The child had been physiologically starved. There were~" no signs of constitutional dlS6RS6« The Coroner: It had the appearance of a boarded-out infant. Edward Matthews, a boy, residing at William street, Balaclava, said that he saw a shawl hanging out of the cart, and, lifting it, saw the body. He told a milkman, who informed-the police. James 'Smith, a tramway employe, of Chapel stree...

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

No. 2—27 gals. £7 12 No. 2—50 gals. 13 0 No. 3—82 gals. 22 10 10 0 extra for stands. Smaller and larger sizes quoted on application. EASY TERMS GIVEN Don't forget that the high priced Separa tors don't give you value for your money —neither do the very low priced ones; You will regret it if you buy a small house hold Separator that was never made for serious business* The Diabolo is the first fully guaranteed highest grade Separator soW at a reason able price. Nothing better is made any where. The immense number sold enables it to be made in such large quantities that the., producing cost is loW. YOU reap the benefit. Diabolos are made in Sweden^—the home or the Separator — in one of the best equipped factories in.the world. Ask for information about our Ploughs, Grain Drills, Harrows, Harvesters, Walter A.Wood Binders, Mowers, Rakes, Manure Spreaders, "Waterloo Boy" Oil Engines, wAustin" Road Graders, * Max''- Milkers, Jack's Imperial Potato Digger, etc. MITGHELUGO. PTY, LT0. Offic...

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

AFTER AliCOHOTjIC EXCESS Many who suffer from the effect of alfcoholic excess have found O.T. a boon through its effect of satisfying the craving for alcoholic stimulant. Others find O.T. an invaluable morn .t "Pick-me-up." O.T. and Soda is well-known as a satisfactory squarer up.—(Advt.). ~ there's nothing better than Kitchen's Sand Soap.- It's use means the perfect cleanliness of every utensil. It Beours without scratching or crumbling— and is unsurpassed for Pans, Cans, Measures, Crockery and all wood work. Makes Brass shine like Gold and Tin like Silver Ail Store* Ssil Orfes—THIS WEEK

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HORTICULTURE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

. QUESTION^4 apricots to a drv niiin e^ ~rTo redu<3« remove the stoni efe the fruit, and cooking kettle nrf'rKr^ the material into a i start: boif for at ]pfHf m#® water at the I occasionally to nrAvIntx on? hour» stirring ) placia in the tlns SL +l11^' rtm°ve and j filled with tSiA hn+ « 1 the tins have been leaving a Bmall ho?^?' B£lder the cap, boiling water fnr ^Lv , th©-centre; place in test, Ind then rpSn^lnu^e8' Seal the vent, Process the fmiV ^ c°o1* By this at least a thfrd nf ?tame3^ ^ash; itloses it takes one horn- an* 19 ^{stajU' weight, and Pulp, The maSeof wi?inU ®s .to i-^ce to Process, saving weight arffl 18 a sImPler way enhancing thf « and time, and in every! duct. The fruft is cift in^11!06 °v the pro" moved), washed rSi - ™ 1 I76,8 (stones re mih . « Hui . ' and packed in tta«? sav teeLm nl£J:IeSh is place hole Id the centre: Up vent a?l l! er five minutes; seal Produce a^nnS o^f^°,r mlnutes* This will the fruit t»ht? article for jam or pies, and shape...

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CAMPION JERSEY COW [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

CAMPION JERSEY COW: Lord Rothschild's Jersey cow, Laxton Lady, was awarded a gold medal and first prize at one of the leading- milking trials in England last October.

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DAIRYING IN SWITZERLAND A PROGRESSIVE INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

DAIRYING IN SWITZERLAND - A PROGRESSIVE INDUSTRY. Ail English paper states that the cow and her produce appear to have beaten all other departments of agriculture in Switzerland. Of the total area of the country—slightly less than ten million acres—only 5% millions are cultivated. Corn occupies only 2=G.000 acres, and vineyards 58,000 acres. There are prac tically no forage crops, and no root crops, but a considerable area of grass land, which produces large crops in the valleys and abundant grazing on the mountains and .their lower slopes. When these figures are considered there is amazement in the fact that the dairy cows number nearly S00,000, and that there is a continuous and marked in crease year by year. The director of the important Dairy School at Rutti, in Switzerland, esti mates the average yield of the cows of the country at 594 gallons, which is said to be 130 gallons more than the average, yield of the cows of Great Britain. Al though the best cattle of Switzerland, as...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRODUCTION OF BUTTER VICTORIAN SUPPLIES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

PRODUCTION OF BUTTER' VICTORIAN SUPPLIES Apparently arrivals of butter in Mel-" bourne were more dislocated in the Christmas than in the New Year week, there being a recovery of 2507 casea in arrivals last week, after , a heavy de cline of 8225 cases in the previous week. Last week's arrivals were 2S5S cases in excess of those for the corresponding week last year. Appended is a statement of arrivals of butter and cream from the country by rail for the last seven weeks, in comparison with the corresponding weeks of last season, the approximate weight of the boxes being deducted from the gross weight:— Butter. Cream. Gases. Cases. Tons. Tons. 1912. 1913. 1912. 1913. ^November 21 .. , 32,898 39,652 144 167 November 28 .. , 31,921 39,257 144^ 175^ December 5 . .. . 35,255 39.301 152 173& December 12 . ., > 33,584 39,401 15& 156& December 19 . . . 33,433 37,078 158 165 December 28 . . . 28,602 28>853 140 127 1913. 1914. 1913. 1914. January 2 . . . 33,718 31,...

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CARE OF YOUNG PIGS FEATURES OF BREEDING SOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

CARE OF YOUNG ' PIGS features of breeding- sows. When a sow is so careful of her pigs that she never lies down without' know ing they are safe from being crushed, keep her until she is six years old. She is worth a good deal. Send the nervous, fidgety sow to the butcher; she is not a grofLtable mother. There is a won derful difference in 'sows in caring for pigs and in handling at farrowing time. Any brood sow ought to be so quiet and so well acquainted with her feeder, that she will let him pick up her pigs without much protest. For three or four weeks after pigs are weaned, at seven or eight weeks old, skim milk is fed with solid food mixed with it at the rate of about 121b. of milk to lib. of grain. This mixture fed sweet and warm provides a mode rate change from the sow's milk, and, being palatable, nourishing and easily digested, produces thrift and highly profitable gains. As judgment dictates the grain portion of the ration should be increased until the pigs are about three m...

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

Si BSe ;0» • iiiim To obtain best results from your Dairy Herd you must have the best Machines. "BALTIC" SEPARATORS . "SIMPLEX" MILKING MACHINES "BALTIC" OIL- ENGINES Our Latest Improvements Supersede All Other Inventions. Our Illustrated Catalog Supplied Free with All Latest Information. Write for It now. Baltic- Paasch Company, 491-3 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. Ballantyne & Laing 527 COIjIiINS ST., MELBOURNE, AGENTS. "WHAT ABOUT YOU?" Have you a Cream Separator? If not, buy a "PU.MP" SEPARATOR," WITH ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. The best that money can buy at a reasonable price. Do you know that a PUMP SEP ARATOR WILL SAVE you half the labor on your Dairy. They are the last word in Separators. Dairymen* remem ber, we can supply a PUMP SEPAR ATOR in, various sizes from 17 to 195 fal. Don't forget, 195 gallou Hand ower. Pump Separator Agency.

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REGULAR MILKING EFFECT ON COWS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

KEGtJDAR MTLItlNG effect on cows In everything regularity Is good practice, but in good dairying" it is im perative. To produce large and rich yields of milk is the sole function of the dairy cow, and to do this she must be of good dairy type, fed palatable and nutritions feeds and milked clean at regular periods. .As a rule, the cow is milked at 5 o'clock of mornings in sum mer and 7 or 8 o'clock in the morning in winter. The very unequal periods are made for the cows by this sun-to-sun milking, and as a consequence the quality of her milk flow and the length of her annual period are reduced. The cow can do her best only when milked at equal and regular daily periods of about 12 hours each the year round. The full supply of milk is riot in the udder ready to be drawn out before milking time comes, but two-thirds of it is produced by the glands during the operation of milking. The udder, how ever, is usually filled and the • cow be comes accustomed to this, but if the milking is del...

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DAIRY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

DAIRf JOTTINGS Mr A. H. Hinton, commercial agent I for the Federal Government at Cape Town, is of opinion that, if Australia has any hams and bacon to spare; a profitable trade could be opened up with South Africa. In a communica tion to Mr Glynn, Minister for External Affairs, Mr Hinton gives details in re gard to weights, packing and so forth, and information of use to exporters who think of sending these classes of goods to Cape Colony. He mentions that the imports of hams and bacon into South Africa in 19B3 reached 6,282,0611b., valued at £237,776—a slight increase on the figures of 1912. Butter output at the Trafalgar Co operative Butter Factory is now about 13 tons per week—or seven tons less than for the corresponding-period last year. Other factories throughout Gipps iand are similarly affected. *■* It is reported that pleuro has broken out among cattle on the Queensland stock track via Broken Hill: So far in two mobs 60 animals have been killed, and certain areas have been ...

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