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BORDER PRIMULAS SOME HARDY VARIETIES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

BORDER PRIMUIiAS SOME HARbY VARIETIES The great genus irimuia so many charming flowers that it Is impossible to condense within limits a tithe of the many exquisite plants it contains. No garden can well be con sidered a garden unless it includes some representatives of the race, even if these are only varieties of the Poly anthus, the Primrose, the Oxlip, the Cowslip, or the fascinating Auricula. Even if these are included in the gar den it is far from complete without some representatives of the many ex quisite species which are now at our command. They afford an endless choice, some of them being of the easiest culture, even in the border, while others, again, delight m moisture and still others charm us in the rock garden. In Primula cortusoides, states the English "Journal of Horticulture," we have a species which is useful in the border or in the rock garden. It is a delightful plant, and the fine varie ties known generally as P. Sieboldi or cortusoides amoena are well-known g...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

IJi !Y ;T s*"" IHobort Harper d Cc 'I :. i ,111." I... > 1 BBS are the order of the day, if your laun dress uses " S S Sv©8" Star M 'Star&h. See that she does, and that the package bears the . §ah@S« SILVER STAR " STARCH fff Th© BEST ira the WORLD [!sf| pdf TWO PESTS And How to Deal with Thein t—Tfae Mosquito, z-z-z-z-z-z-z-z-z-z-z you know that - high note, hummed by the plaguing mosquito. Every summer you hear it. It's especially annoying When you're reading, dozing, or fishing. But you can keep the offending insect at a distance by using O--I—HG" Sold everywhere in small bottles at 94 each; large bottles, 1/3. Rocke, Tomp sitt and Co., Proprietors. 2—Tlie Ply. You know him. Humanity benefits each time you kill a fly. For he's a germ carrier -with filthy habits, contaminat ing foodstuffs and spreading disease -wherever he goes. Kill that fly with INSECT IBANE One small tin of Insectibane—mind tba spelling—will kill 1,000,000 flies. Try it. Sold everywhere. A triumph in:...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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ANSWERS To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

^sure answers to questions being published in the following week's Issue, _ Questions should reach this office fay Friday, wag.of'-the questions- senf jo .require to e . submitted to experts, and some time is necessary to secure their replies. Questions m6 i°?^y answered in the columns ol "The Weekly Times," and not by post.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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CHAPTEB 23. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

CHAPTEB 23. , -vjuite a number of tho gentlemen and most of the ladies are ill, sir," said the cabin steward, replying to a question of Mr. Richards. "Mrs. Jonah, in particular, is ailing badly. She's the wife of the stout, elderly gentleman who's unpopular. I told you of him, sir. He cheated at cards the second night he was aboard, and acted rough when he was detected, and the saloon passengers have sent him to Coven try. In retaliation he plays malicious tricks on them." "Very foolish of • Mr. Jonah, steward." "As foolish as his choice of a name," smiling shrewdly at Dick. "It's sug gestive, isn't it, and somehow he brings no more luck than the original Jonah. Things happen when he's about—pure accident, no doubt, but you couldn't convince the crew of that, They're a mixture of races, and all superstitious." *'I had suspicions of him from the start," the steward continued, as he spread clean towels on the rack. "lie looks wicked, and he can't sleep un less he has a draught from th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ROSEBUD [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

THS. ROSEIBIID : ■ TV.. /.> By CAROLYN WUiLL-S. A.,young green rosebud.once app«a,rea . -Upon a rose-tree sirLall;; It was so late, the summer feared It wouldn't' bloom at all. The summer was in deep, despair, r "What shall I. do?5' she cried; i "Of all my blossoms," here and th^sra, This rosebud is my prid€." \ - ; The rosebud looked a trifle sad; 1 I "Oh, Summer dear." said she, tTll bioim at once, when I have had : 1 Threfk kissee given aie.11* ■ The summer set herself to think, i ! And then she told- the sea; - Ho nodded, kissed the rosebud pink, \ i And, smiling, said, 4<Tliat's onieU** i ! Then nest the summer "told tha hreesre; He weil knew what to d». > . t He kissed the rosebud, 'nesth the treeSc , Aad whispered, "That mates tw&l" \ IV Rosalie came through the.Bafi gloom Of twilight's^ dusky hour; r "Tut, tut!" she cried, -why 689ft bkxsnfV ■ ■ ■ ' You naughty little flower 1" She kissed the trembling petals, while ~ The summer cried; 'That's threeH...

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

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A DAIRYING DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

A DAIRYING DISTRICT. : ."Robert- Johnson; - wboV lives at Mill Park, '-. f Wyangarie,. Ky.ogle, ' N.S.'W., writes:—Deae . ;• Uncle Ben,—I will.'take for ray subject tag: ■ district of Wyangarie, near' Kyog-le. I hay© . •■':! been living, in this district with my parents ' } for 7 years. It is a very pleasrAt part to : live in. Dairying and corn-growing are th©' ' chief occupations here.- Although-, the iowa. / : of Kyogle is small it is rising., ra.pidly int size. It already possesses a butter ana baeos factory of its 6wn. We live ;;Six . miles frota ; Kyogle, on a dairy faraa. We milk EO cows and feed six calves, and also have 45 pigs fattening for sale at tbe bacon factory. There | are five draught horses" on our farin aii)S eight riding and driving: .backs. The .scho®!^ E .which I have been attending for, four years, X is situated, at Bean Tree, which is two miles ;;!* higher up' "the/road. I am .in the fourth , class -i there. Thirty-six children attend- the school yt from, all ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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WORLD OF FICTION TALES & SKETCHES The Silver Dagger CHAPTER 6—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

By R. A. J. WALLING Author of "Flaunting Moll," "A Sea Dog of Devon," &c. jjj [ALL. RIGHTS RESERVED.] Rin: " "SJL CHAPTER 6—(Continued). JPudinn related the adventure of his meeting with the motor-car, his recog nition of the voice, and the inquiry he answered from the recesses of his coat collar. ' What do you think of the old gentle man now?" he asked. "My suspicions are confirmed, that is all. But it seems a waste o£ Mr Hosk ings' valuable time to have him on board the yacht if Badford is not there." "Oh, I don't know," said the curate. "We may trust Dick not to waste his time. Depend upon him to get some information worth having, but there does nofseem to be much to be done here." Torfrey saw nothing of the detective on his way to Moss Bridge Station, and had walked once up the platform before seeing anybody who would answer to his notion of such a personage, when a tall man of military appearance sud denly appeared and said to him: "Mr Torfrey, I think?" "Yes," said Tor...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TWO DONKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

. THE" TWO DONKEYS. ' ' Annie Flicker; • wlio lives at>. Mentons ••• . : parade, Menione, writes :-VDear Aunt-Connies —This ..is my. first letter- to you; and I hop« . i to be accepted as your niece. The title of- • my story .will-be" "The Two Donkeys." There J once were-two donkeys; One . was' kind and J docile, tho other was wild and mischievous* . ; Ono day. their..-masters-..: ■wanted to ^ take, s ■ride together, and when, they were saddled; one stood patiently and waited the • will of his master, hut .-. the other ran - away and • frolicked, and kicked; up his heels ail day. * ] Whenvit came night the -good dbnkey was ] taken' to a warm, . stall,; given a .good-drink j and a defieious supper, of ground corn. Tha ;I bad; donkey found no water and had nothing - to. eat;-besides, there was a sharp frost that night and he could not sleep for the cold; I am 11- years 3 months and am-in the CUi V / Grade.: . . ' - ... '

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HORTICULTURAL SHOWS TO COME MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

HORTICULTURAL SHOWS TO COME MARCH. LILYDALE .. .. 4 UPPER YARRA .. .. ? WANDIN ... U BOX HILL. .. 13-14 SOMERVILLE 13 DIAMOND CREEK 19 R1NGWOOD 21 YARRA GLEN .. .. PAKENHAM 2S APRIL. TYABB and HASTINGS 3-4

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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CHAPTER 8. The Grave Reveals the Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

OHAPTFJTt 8. The Grave Reveals the Dead. puiSanS reception awaited Charlie when he w^nt h following morning more to liltTdown to the Villa Za® whether thP riifUC?' to discover thimr wJ ! d?tect*ve had found any teries he hnS h the various *nys raveL 4 en en^sed to un^ saidI Tor^ry» ffIad you'ye come, sir," could S rnaf' before the curat® "i?rumake any inquiry. asked Pudiflnat S th® matter now?" matter."'0rfrey' Slr' Mr To«reys th» IreyB?h?is^eW1t11i?,,wronS with Mr Tor %£ S S'1? 1 Pudifln waited for no more Mo went up.the stairs three at a tima founrf S?he<J Torft-ey'S bedroom h| tine im k3^' e man ^'ari -said, sit «hit Sr'htaSif^4 l00kins Uke the he" Straat°to ? frfendh"1Stlan faC® and the face ot frevr^nmr^T' is - the matter, Tor ghost?'' Vsitor' "Seen a •'TouMt'l/nih ToJfrey' wlthout a smile, ail n a }&u.sh> of course, and say it ig r£ ?el3USIOn- But, upon my word aa Sight anad1,thAdifln' 1 Saw a ghost laB* Jf® memory of it will not i SnLt 19 here a11 the ti...

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A HOLIDAY AT WANNON. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

A HOLIDAY AT Y/ ANN ON. Beryl Campbell, who lives-at "Evermore," ■ « South Hamilton;' "vrites:-rli>ear Aunt Connie.— '/"■' This is the second time I have written .to .vou.' Ovill take for my subject "A Holiday; •I Spent ' at; Wa;nnon." One morning - at// •breakfast/ 'mother informed one that she had receive^./a'letter from in y" aunt'/ iiiviting me down for a holiday- to Wannon. ( I was enTaptuyed, and begged mother to. allow me ; to go," At last it was decided that I sbouicS -' • go the next day. My aunt had • promised to meet me at the station. I was excited, and . could hardly wait for the time y> come'. At 5.30 pim.' mother and. I set out to catch the 6 p.m. train. It was a beautiful cay, and I thoroughly enjoyed the riue. My uncle and aunt were waiting at the statioir /with'the-buggy when • I- -arrived. • I thoroughly . > Senjoyed the: ride home/ as the scenery wa3 ».^ery beautiful. The next day my aunt pro- . ^pifsed that we. should go for a picnic to the <...

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BAN JOSE SCALE PARASITE DISCOVERED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

BAN JOSE SCALE PARASITE DISCOWTt:rcr> Dr. Hi 'A. Surface, Stat© Zoologist of Pennsylvania, claims to have discov ered a parasite that cleans trees of the San Jose scale. "I have bred," h$ states, "three or four species of ene mies of the Sair Jose scale, which are small internal Hymenopterous para sites feeding in the soft tissue beneath the scale, and have bred them by the thousands. One or two of them are named and well-known species, but thg others may be entirely new. One is tha well-known Aphelinus fuscipennis, be longing to the family Chalcididse. All of tnem are Hymenopterous parasites, so small as to be merely perceptible by the unaided eye. The entire insect is. not larger than the period in ordi nary print. "When magnified they are found to have four wings, and in gene ral appearance look not unlike a bumble- bee. THE PARASITE MAGNIFIED "For three or four years I and my inspectors have been working- on this subject, having- first found them effect ively destroying the s...

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

Because the Botly-Buiidinsi Power" of Bovril has htien proved to beffomlO to 20 tfifii amount taken. Billlilllliillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllll!

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

DON'T WAIT TILL, ALL THE FA VORITE STOCKS ARB BOOKED FOR NEXT SEASON. SEND YOUR ORDER NOW. \ F. ;R. MELLOR' v. ; > 440 Elizabeth a treat, Melbourne. £& i Hi., i ..iTJ.Wi.li.

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CHAPTER 7. Mr. Wilton Appears. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

CHAP'S": :K 7. Mi'. Wilton Appears. ' Torfrey rode Hotspiir to Haylanas. He had not seen Margaret for two or three days, and his lover's impulse was to throw all the trouble at the Villa Zamora far behind him and demote himself to the prosecution of his court He was, to have had a thoroughly en joyable time with his lady-love, hav ! ing diplomatically got rid of old Hay land and his visitor at the earliest pcs ! sible moment. But luck as against him. He found the trio walking- on the terrace, listening with all their ears to the voluble discourse of a young man of about twenty-five, swart and hand some, with brilliant black eyes and mo bile features: He was pouring forth a torrent of anecdote and adventure. Torfrey'joined the party, arid was ccm- j pelled to become a listener in spite of himself..- ; t { Torfrey in.his heart jcursed ,the. fel- ! low, long and deep and'-often. He was confoundedly eloquent, had! been everywhere and'seen everything; he could talk well of peopie, places...

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VICTORIAN FRUIT SUPPLIES BY [?]AIL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

VICTORIAN FRUIT SUPPjuIE-S BY R A TT, Arrivals of fruit- by 'rail,at Spencer street last week compare with those forjthe corresponding week last year as follow:— . 1913. 1914. ' • Cases. Cases. Apples- .. ...... .. .... .. -132 311 Apricots 10,023 15,929 Cherries .... .. ...... 102 3978 Figs ,. . . ............ 376 647 Gooseberries (bags, etc.).. ... 2207 7131 Lemon3 67 98 Oranges .. ..,••> • • .. .. .. 93 110 Peaches .. .. .. 6274 5435 Pears 76 127 Plums • • 6763 7455 Raspberries (casks, etc.).. 523 619 Strawberries (crates, etc.) .. 273 304 Tomatoes .. 11,971 12,548 Totals .. .. 33.SS6 64,729

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CHESS By "MUZIO." "The Weekly Times," Melbourne, January 10, 1914. Problems [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

By "MUZIO." 'The Weekly Times," Melbourne, Jaiiiiary 10, 1914. Problems No. 3213—By T. R. Dawson, Leeds. Black—7 Pieces. . White—5 Pieces. Yvhite to play and mate in three moves. . No. 3124.—By G. Heatlicote. .First Prize "Revue d' Escliecs." Black—7 Pieces. White—7 Pieces. White to play and mate in two moves. *Jo. 3215.—By B. G, Fegan, Deniliquin, New South Wales. Composed for "The Weekly Times" and entered for the Tate prize. Eligible for Australian Columns Tourney. Black—14 Pieces. I ... — I III .11 ■■■■■! i- i White—11 Pieces. White to play and mate in two moves.

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

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MASSIVE VINE TRELLIS COOL SUMMER HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

MASSIVE VINE TRE&LIS COOL, SUMMER HOUSE. . At Mr C. J. Nash's orchard, on the Broken River, Nalinga, a rather exten sive and unique trellis: for vines has been erected. It Is a substantial and well-designed structure, immediately, in front of the permanent residence. J"n Winter, when the vines are leafless, the trellis does not appear unsightly.' From the latter part of November until the Weather breaks in Autumn, the rafters WttWHH.Mwnj.-iL.. --TLum, III II,mil a ■ IIIIHII ll ll lliwirriw.a~A«U^ "are covered with a .dense mass ot foli- ! age, through which the rays of the suii cannot penetrate. The .interior makes one of the most comfortable, dining j spaces imaginable. It . is . an., excellent i lounging- place in the warm" evenings. I The best table grape ,yi"nes; are trained I over the trellis. They bear heavily each season, and the comparatively inexpen sive structure serves a valuable double purpose. - umuujMaawai

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