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WORLD OF SPORT RACING FIXTURES VICTORIA. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

RACING FIXTURES VICTORIA." • JANUARY. . «?.—Mentone Racing Club. 7.—Shepparton Jockey Club. 7.—Werribee Racing Club., 8.—Traralgon Racing Club. 10.—Aspendale Park ..Racing Club. 10.—Port Fairy Racing Club. IS.—Rainbow Turf Club. 1-i.—Kilmore Turf Club. * . 14.—South Gippsland Racing Association. 14.—Newstead Racing Club. 15.—Trafalgar Turf Club. 17.—Victoria Amateur Turf Club. 17.—Warrnambool Racing Club. 21.—B8nalla Racing Club. 21—Nhill Race Club. - 21.—Outtrim Race Club. 21.—Rochester Jockey Club. 23.—Geelong Racing Club. . 24.—Geelong Racing Club. 24.—Yarrawonga Turf Club. 26.—Williamsbo-wn Racing Club. 26.—Caruperdown Turf Club. 26.—Diapur Racing Club. 26.—Windermere A.N.A. Sports Races, 26.—Merbein Turf Club. 26.—Euroa Racing Club. 26.—Morwell Turf Club. • 25.—Dookie Race Club. 28.—Korumburra and District Racing Club.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

Houses &'Land To Let & ForS.ale A^WILL; CARRY 2000 SHEEP.—1400 Acres, 300 acres alluvial flats, 180 acres culti- , vated,. sheep proof fencing. 14 pacldocks. o3T- : roanent water good 6-roomed house, cottago. 4 rooms,;stable.. 13 o.ow bails, etc., complete. Price, £6 per &cre^ LOOK AT THE FIGURE FOR .318 ACR&S. grey and chocolate land, 200 acres picked up, 60 acres cultivated, milk 30 cows, cree>£, house 6 rooms, stable, cow shed. etc. Price, £1100; £200 cash, balance 1 years. PUT YOUR MONEY INTO LAND.—50 Acr'JS,: part cleared and fenced, .creek, house. 1 room. This is a thrifty man's opportunity. Pric», £260; £50 cash, balance £6/10/ quarterly. CARRUM and CHELSEA. BLOCKS, 50ft. x 140ft., from £15 EACH. Terms. 8/4 monthly. No deposit. _ A BLOCK here isthe BEST SAVINGS BANK. TRUST MONEYS to LEND on MORTGAGE VALUATION of COUNTRY LANDS MADE. BIRTCHNELL BROS, and PORTER, 82 SWANSTON ST.. MELBOURNE; and CARRUM. ■ . J' OHN M'EWAN and Co., 317 Collins str...

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NEW SOUTH WALES JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

NEW SOUTH WAIiES JANUARY. 3.—rCanterbury Park Races. 10.—Moorefield Races.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

VERANDAH BLINDS FOR' THE WARM WEATHER After MANY YEARS* EXPERIENCE in BAMBOO BLINDS, we have COME TO THE CONCLUSION that our Customers are QUITE PREPARED to avail themselves of the Vft?v BEST ARTICLE which can bo produced in these £*>ods. Consequently a Blind has been DESIGNED AND MADE for us which will AMPLY FULFIL all the requirements of the case trv! EFFICIENCY, LONG-WEARING QUALITIES, and APPEARANCE, our NEW BROAD LATH BAMBOO BLIND has no equal. . ' 01 MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL. we are ABLE TO SELL this VERY STRIKING IMPROVEMENT at a VERY SMALL PRICE ADVANCE on the inferior goods hitherto on ti* market. The BLIND itself, the CORD, and the FITTINGS arc all VERY SUPERIOR, and wiFi be found to possess THREE TIMES TILE DURABILITY of the old. m BAMBOO BLIaDS are fitted with Superior Cords and BRASS PULLEY WHEELS DUCK BLINDS STRIPED TICKING BLINDS are fixed to lath at top and heavy roller at foot; the other fittings are 1 pair strong Leath Straps, 1 Double and Single Pulley, 1 Cleat, 4...

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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS The Turf [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

"QUESTIONS "AND ANSWKRS The Turf Curious (Bairnsdale East). — Carbine "was originally owned by Mr Dan O'Brien, and was bred in New Zealand by the New Zealand Stud Company. He is a bay. The present owner is the Duke of Portland. W. J. G. (Newport).—There is a tacit under standing between the clubs. A jockey dis qualified on one course is not allowed to ride cn the others until the term of his dis qualification expires. Boxing E.M.R. (Moombool West):—Carpentier, the French boxer, was never in the ring in Aus tralia. Cards. ' Nooks (Penshurst) asks: In a 4-handed game of cribbage the following cards are played in the'order named:—7, 6, 6, 5. Is there a run of 3, with the 5, or does the pair of sixes stop it.—There is no run.

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THE RURAL WORDL FARM AND FIELD QUESTIONS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

QUESTIONS ANSWERED Carnations.—G.A.F. (Willfcunstown).—Apple Leaves, J.B.H, (Lang Lang).—See horticul tural page next week. Silver Beet,—W.H. (Wagin).—See next issue. Lucerne.—Inquirer (Beeac).—To find tb.e Quantity of hay in a stack, multiply the length by the width and the result "by tlie height. Nearly a third ot the height of the roof from the eaves should be added to the height of the stack from the ground to the eaves. For the purpose of ascertaining the capacity of the stack referred to, the total height must be taken as Sft. 3in., plus 2ft., or Sft. 3in. The calculation theil will be 32ft. X 15ft. X 8%ft. This gives 3960 cubic feet as the capacity of the stack. There are about 450 cubic feet in a ton of newly stacked hay, so that the quantity in the stack mentioned is approximately nine tons. Clover:—J.B.H. (Lang Lang). — Professor Ewart, the Government Botanist, states that the specimen forwarded is lotus corniculatus, "Bird's 'oot Trefoil." It is a native of Aus tralia, an...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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ANTICIPATIONS By "CASPIAN." MENTONE RACES NEW YEAR'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

ANTICIPATIONS By "CASPIAN." MENTOXE RACES NEW YEAR'S MEETING My selections for the races to be held to-day (January 3) at Mentone a?*© as follow:— Hurdle Race DOMINICIAN. . .... .. 1 McALPIN 2 BLIND HARRY 3 First Division Handicap BAL BLAIR . .. 1 WINNING POST ...... 2 DEWBERRY 3 Second Division Handicap VINCENT MAID 1 Iv ARE EL A 2 SA1VIANA 3 Jumpers' Fiat Race WINGARARA 1 PORCH . . . 2 NAPKARB .. .. .. ..' 3 Third Division Handicap KATE HOWARD 1 BARWIDGEE 2 TRAMP 3 Mentone Handicap COOLAGUNYAH 1 PEARL KING 2 YENEDA ; 3

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SUCCESSFUL. JOCKEY P. KELLY'S CAREER DESCRIBED. NOTABLE WINS RECALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

SUCCESSFUL.. JOCKEY P. KELLY'S CAREER DESCRIBED. NOTABLE WINS RECALLED.' .b ew light-weight jocKeys are more in request with owners than Patrick Kelly, of Flemington. Kelly has nice "hands," manages his mount well throughout a race, and times his run with much judgment. Kelly ''was born at North Melbourne on'October 28, 1888, and is consequently a little more than 25 years of age. He was married three years ago, and has one child. Matrimony has a steadying effect on jockeys, and in the case of Kelly it has counteracted the wander lust which affects so many young men who follow racing for a living. Kelly always had a fancy for horses, and learned to ride while spending holida3rs with relatives in the Yarra Glen dis trict. The first stable he was connected with was that' of S. Womersley, at Newmarket, now occupied by D. Cole man. Later on he did work for D. Sebire, another Flemington trainer. ADEPT WITH "PULLERS." Sebire had a horse name Mallinyook (St. Swithin—Suspense), ~ which was ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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BUDGET OF GOSSIP VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

BUDGET OF GOSSIP By "CASPIAN" VICTORIA an inmate of C. Quinn's stable, has resumed work at Flemington after an absence from the tracks. • a * * is • By his dual success at Moonee Val ley, K. H. Bracken increased his total of winning mounts for the year to 92. s * •. - From Mr J. J. Miller I am In re ceipt of a nicely, got up Date Boo*t for 1914 covered in leather. * * * Lipola, Crrucis and Yeneda, three of the winners at the Moonee Valley races on December 27, are the descendants of imported English sires. ♦ * ♦ • -* . R. Lewis rode his fourteenth "Blue i Ribbon" winner when he scored on Radnor in the W.A. Derby. Lewis pre viously won the same event on Ben bow. * * * • | -Mortarty, by Merriwee—Moira, has been sold to Mr F. Rettke, of South Australia. . It is understood that the price was £150. # * % ^ G. Koops, who met with an accident while riding' Pat M'Garry, at Long wood, on Boxing Day, is still feeling the effects of the fall, but is reported to be improving. * * * * The Sir Ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

EBBS • OWNERS, TRAINERS, JOCKEYS. - " Careers, Photographs and Performances, of Lead ing Horsemen, Past and Present, ARE' TO BE FOUND TURF MEN AND This Interesting Book May Now be Obtained from All Booksellers and News Agents. PliKASB NOTES.—If yon cannot o btain "TURF MEN AND MEMORIES'® Irom an agent, write to the Manager, "The Weekly Office^ Flinders street, Melbourne). 61 v« f nil name and address and enclose 6 $6 d In stamps and the book will bd loJwwded

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

an old nurse; for children. "Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for Chil dren Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Palo, Cures Wind Colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Directions for using Mrs wins LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP : For a Child under one -month, old, 6 to 10 drops; three months old, half a teas poo nful; six moatha old and "upwards, a teaspoonful three or four times a day. For diarrhoea repeat the abore dose every two hours, until the character of the discharged 1$ changed for the better. Sold everywhere.

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ENGLISH APPRENTICES J. F. PROUT PRAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

English; ap^entices: j J. P. PROUT PRAISED. Dealing with Statistics for the Eng lish racing season, which closed last month, the London "Sportsman" says:—' ' "Year by year apprentices of abil ity must necessarily play a conspicu ous part in current racing, and it is always encouraging when youngsters are found giving exceptional pro mise. In the instances where the 51b. allowance can be claimed they obtain plenty of riding, but are liable to drop out of notice when the 40 wins have been accomplished. But where there is especial merit continued patronage is assured, and some of those before the public now are well up in the winning list. "The brpthers Ernest and William Iiuxley are cases in point. The ser vices of both the Huxleys are sought after, and though Ernest has been in 'hot water' on several occasions, it may be that his offences were due to a lack of coolness that may be his in ; due time. A youngster giving excel ! lent promise is J. F. Prout, the AUs ! tralian connected w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

Railway Is^er Watch ?gfl 8486 €!iaa.beth ShMelb w'~ Money by Post There is no need to call. Write and tell us how much you require and we will send it to you in private sealed envelope. Our splen did postal system of loans by post has benefited thou sands. Maybe it will help you, £10 to- £1,000. ' V is Tours ' 1 We advance any sum at the lowest interest and on terms of repayment to suit yourself. For security we will accept Furniture, Pianos, Deeds, Jewellery, Motors, Vehicles, &c. Don't forget to call or write. All transactions strictly private Start the New Year well with a helpful loan. Interest Under Wills Bought a & * Alezaodet & Coppel, LONDON HOUSE. 2nd Floor 97 ELIZABETH STBBET,* MELBOURNE. DRUNKENNESS CURED. ASffTI-JAG TABLETS A MARVELLOUS CURH FOR THE LIQUOR HABIT. Can bo given secretly at home, perfectly harmless, and will cur® sway casa ea earilu ' Its cures are rapid and permanent, bavin g stood the test of years. ANTI-JAG Tablets BUpply the plac...

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CAUSE OF CRIME EDUCATION COMBATS EVIL. FUTURE HOLDS HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

EDUCATION COMBATS EVIL. FUTURE HOLDS HOPE. Study of crime, its cause and cure, gives' the impression that in the future evil deeds will be committed less frequently, than at -present. Some person murders one who should be nearest and dearest to him, and another risks life and en dures torments on behalf of a stran ger. The motive in each case is hid den in human nature, which so many boldly -claim that they understand. There is no science of human nature, and there is less prospect of it as time goes on and life and character be come more fundamentally varied and subdivided. Crime and genius are aberrations from the line of the normal in opposite directions. Crimi nals and geniuses are individuals who have received an eccentric charge of humanity; but genius is the more difficult to~ explain. Shakespeare as a type, and speak ing without regard for conventional verdicts and estimates, is profoundly inexplicable; his perceptions are not bo much an extension of normal qua lities as som...

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YAKRA FATALITY. BOY'S DEATH MYSTERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

YAKRA FATALITY. TIOVS DRATH MYSTERIOUS. An inquiry was held by the Coro ner regarding the death of William Matthew Angus, 15, whose body was found floating in the Yarra River, near the Morgue, on December 18. Mr Bu«o?ich touna that death was due to drowning; there was no evi dence to show how the hoy got into the water. Excepting coat and boots, the body was clothed when recovered. Nellie Angus, married woman, of White Horse road, Balwyn, said that William Matthew Angus was her step son. On December 15 he left home to catch the 6.45 a.m. train to Rich mond. He was working at Mayne's Foundry, East Melbourne. He did not eat all his breakfast, stating- that he did not f^el well, and that a man had hit him on the stomach. Wit ness did not know of any reason why he should go to the river to swim. To Mr Buzolich: I do not think that he went into the river of his own ac cord. There was no reason why he should take his own life, and he had never had fits. Charles Goddard, a boy, employed at...

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WOMAN FOUND SHOT MAN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

WOMAN FOUND SHOT man arrested. airs tfoiton was found shot in the head at Campbell street. North Syd ney. John Goordidge, a lodger, who occupied a room at Mrs Bolton's hou§e, was arrested and charged at Norlh Sjdney Police Couv*, with shooting at her with intent to murder. He was remanded, Diil beir.g refusal Two young rr.en heard shots in the early morning, and, on investigating, found Mrs TJolton lying- in a back room, with two bullet wounds in her head. Goordidge was sitting on the balcony. {

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

ESGUSSi^, | . feteO'' FLOWE&S/& VEGETABLES m PENF-EY PACKETS* The best English Flower and Vesas* table Seeds are supplied by the worM renowned- seedl specialists', Rydkr: & Son, St. Albans, England. V/RSTE7 FOR' CATALOGUE (PGSTFRSD. • Send for it to-day. EYBEf & S6Sr 'M, ^ Holywell Hill, St. Albans, En& Hoot it out! Don't let that ir ritating Gough remain. It is your enemy. Take a few spoonfuls of GKErlTMEAI);'S' MIXTUBE: This; is the cure that will vanquish all Coughs, Golds, Asthma,, Bronchial affections; antl Sore Throats. It goes right to the spot after the first dose. & G K E A. T HE&D'S.- MIX TUSSEJ has been in thousands of homes during the past 4«G; years. It is how recognised ais the world's leading Cough Mixture.. To have a bottle is to be safe guarded against . t h e Cough, < fiend. There's a complete doctor in each bottle. Children like it mixed with honey. Grocers and keepers

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THE HORSE LAMINITIS OR FOUNDER? TREATMENT ADVISED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

3SAMINITXS: Oft FOOTER ? TREATMENT ADVISED. "Xamimtis or Founder" is the, sub ject of an article by. Mr R.. N, Jgim ■ stone,.. ,B."VT.Sc., in the current issue' of ;the ""Journal of Agriculture." The trouble arises,, writes Mr Johnstone; ,from a variety of causes,, among them | an overfeed Of grain such as wheat, j barley, maize,, rye,, or new oats.. New j •grains give rise: to; this trouble :nore frequently than grain which has been stored. Laminitis may also arise from overwork, or from standing for long periods—as on a ship voyage—and we get it. as a sequel to difficult parturi tion, to pneumonia and other inflam matory-diseases. The outer portion of the foot of iho horse is composed of a. horny box^—the hoof. The^ inner surface of the hoof carries- a, number- of leaf-like projec tions which project inwards and up wards; and are known, as: horny laminae; ; Pitting into the projections between the horny laminae are1 the sensitive laminse, { which serve to-join the-hoof to the-bony...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914

STRONGER and CHEAPER Than Arty Other Barb Wire., (Sea the Brand on the Reels J Waukegan Barb Wire Tsr Stronger, .the* Barbs Sharper,, and Cannot Slip, and the Price Per Mile 10 PER CENT. CHEAPER Than Ordinary Barb Wire. Make a Trial of : ThiStvWirev .You;- Other. OBTl&IM IT FROM YOUR STOREKESJ- x^R. ■-MEajBOURKES'i

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