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

Analysis The following little compilation on a popular line of this very fine opening should prove interesting and. instructive:— 'GAME 569.6—"The- Cross." By "Whilter." 11—15 2&—19 3—7-e 31—24 5— 9 26—23 23—18 11—15 15—U-f .6— 9 10— 6 14—21 8—11 19—15 7—16 14—10 1—10 23—18 27—23 9—13-a 24—15-g 9—14 15— 6 11—18 10—14 30—26-to 16—19 25—21* 2—7 18—15 23—19 14—18 17—I4-h 14—18 24—15 21—25 14—23 32—27 ' 4— 8-i 21—17* 7—11 22—18 19—10 .16-19-e 27-23-j 18—25 15—10 7—14 21—17-d IS—27 23—22 9—14 Draw. (a) Some of the most beautiful play on the board springs from this line. It was a favorite of Wyllie and Martins in their exhibition tours, and they certainly deserve credit for its propagation, but it-was J. Lees, the great analyst and compiler, who first made it un derstandable to the average player through his wonderful treatment of it in the 1S95 "Draughts World." (t>) A good line, though 32-27 is stronger. 24-20 is also very safe. (c) Better than 4-8. (d) The novice goes astray...

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MINING New From the Mines VICTORIA GOLD YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

"VICTORIA GOLD YIELDS. - " Ararat.—CaOicart: (U days),; 330 02. Bendigo.—Golden Pyke, 400 tons.. 118'" oz. New P. of Wales (plates), 26% oz. Princess Dagmar. 95 tons, 63% oz. Golden Age; 80 tans. 12 oz. " Bright.—Harrietville Star. 98 Jiours^ 3o%" oz. Kewitson and Gribble, Jagoet Gully, 26 tons, 15% oz. Ovens Valley, 88 hours'. 24 oz. , Ro bertson and S£uart, eabody mine. 22 tons, 56 oz. T. W. Power, Sambas mine,' 82- tons. 335 oz. Tewksbury Ai&aU;r(£ortoiglit)i::-:M'rozi Creswick.—South Berry (U ^ays)- 138% <>z., Maidon.—Oswald {3 weeks);30& tons; 177% oz.; do. (plates), 30 oz.; do. (chlorination), 1S% tons, 242% oz.; South German (plates), 2-2 oz.; do. (tribs.,. H. Morris, cyanide), 300 tons, 23% oz. , : Ruthergien.—Great Southern, 25% os.; do. Consols, 16 fathoms, 17 oz. St. Arnaud.—Lord Nelson (month), 1521, S18% oz.; do. (slimes), 344% oz.; do. (cyanide), 40 oz.; do. pyrites estimated), 120.oz. Miscellaneous. — Magdala-cuoi- Moonlight, S taw ell (m...

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Draughts Notes [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Draughts Notes In one of the olden-time matches between Anderson and Wyllie, at an interesting point of a game, time was called upon the latter without any response, and to the surprise of all present and the horror and disappoint ment of his backers, Wyllie allowed the game to be declared against him through improper delay. When the pieces were being reset for another start, he became suddenly conscious of the awkwardness of his position, and ex claimed, "I could have won that game." Anderson's position at the time was wretched, but, being so tickled with Wyllie's looks, his jovial nature caused him to forget all re sponsibility to his backers, and he said, "Well, Mr Wyllie, if you can win it I'll give you back your time." The position then was:— Black—2, 4, 11, 13, 24; Kings, 27, 2$. White—10, IS, 20, 21, 30, 31; King, 26. White (Wyllie) to move and win as fol lows:— 2G—23 11—20 2—11 11—27 4— 8 8—11 27—32 10— 7 18—15 30—26 26—23 25—19 20—16 ^W.'W. It was now Wyllie's turn to enjoy...

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Stocks and Shares [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

; Business in the Stock Exchsnge was re sumed alter ihe iulidays On January 5. New Langi- Los^n, . Black ua ige, G'eav Southern Consols, an d, Buna May are t ; e; stocls in .w; ich- interest ee:itr s. Ill of them are at higher prices. New Langi are about to rise into payable wash. This is on the Langi Logan lead. In the southern portion of the mine,., where the Cathcart lead is being prospected, 20 colors of gold have been obtained from No. 30 bore. Edna May have I Oft, of 2oa. stone in H ;r triek's winze. The.. < oane' tdon w' ich has bec-h made with the 150ft. level will enable m ra stone to be treated. The rise in p i es O ' Black Range has: been, caused by 2ft. of one stone having been struck 'iji the ma?n s-a't Water supply at the Barriar being norma again, silver stocks are ri ing. - The following ae t.he sa'es t'^at ua e b en recorded since business was resumsj.:— Bank Deposit Receipts.—E. S. aud A. pref. insc. stock, 3 per cent., Ll/6 (odd lots);. do., def. iDsc. ...

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

All Beekeepers' Supplies. ITALIAN; QUEENS. Only 1st Prize Roy&l Show 20-page illustrated Catalogue - Free. Every Requisite ^liipV • piled, Hives, etc.,;The;; Sim: • pie: Gapping Tx-eater >BX/io/; ,. W. J. anuS F; -Baraes; EAST MEIiBOURN&V Pender BjfoHyv ? Maaiufac turers, NewSouifr^Wfcfc»;

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Draughts at Hamilton [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Draughts at Hamilton After the town and country match, at Warr nambool, Mr J. Hornby, ex-champion of Vic toria, paid a visit to Hamilton, "to give a simultaneous exhibition, and to play a sub scription match with C. Joyce, the local champion. AfcfUnst six opponents in the simultaneous melee, Mr Hornby made the fine score of 17 wins, 9 draws, and two losses. Messrs J. Crick and R. Collis secured the wins. In the match, w"hich consisted of four unrestricted games and two games on the two-move restriction, Mr Hornby was agaki successful after a very keen contest, the scores being:—Hornby, 2; Joyce, 1; 3 drawn. Of the four unrestricted games, Hornby won two and two draws. The restricted games resulted in a win to Joyce and one drawn. There was a fair attendance of supporters of the game during both matches.

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SILVER-LEAD YIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

SILYETR-LiBAD YIEiDDG. British Broken Hill.—Lead mill worked 40 shifts, and treated $S01 tons crude ore. assay ing 7.7 02 silver 12.8 per cent. lead and 11.9 per cent, zinc; produced 1428 tons lead con centrates, containing 37.272 oz silver, 680 tGns lead, and 103 tons zinc. Broken Hill Proprietary . Block 14.—Carbo nates despatched, 120 tons, assaying 27 per cent, lead and 15.5 oz silver; also 120 tons sulphides. Junction North Broken Hill —Treated 8?4 tons crude ore, 80S tons purchased ore. F55 tons slimes, 1$4 tons sandy tailincrs: produced •175 tons lead concentrates, assaying 47.9 per cent. lead. 31.0 oz silver. 15.1 per cent, zin^ (of which 215 tons is second grade); 253 tons zinc concentrates, assaying S.2 per cent, lead 15.1 oz silver. 42.0 per cent, zinc; 171 tons lead-zinc middlings. Mill ran 102- hours. Lost time owing to holidays. Broken Hill South.—Treated 1S.4S0 tons of ore, assaying 15.9 per cent, lead, 8.1 oz silver and 15.5 per cent.- zinc for 3191 tons of con centr...

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THE HONEY SEASON HINTS TO BEEKEEPERS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

THE HONEY SEASON HINTS TO BEEKEEPERS Every' frame' in a" hive, whether for honey or for' brood,' should be wired. The wires should be embedded in the foundation and strained as tightly as the stability .of. the frames will allow. Wires strengthen- the comb and keep the' sheet of -foundation in the centre ! even when it is held horizontally. When there are symptoms of disease I in "the apiary, the combs should not j be changed from one hive to~ another J when extracting. That is • the most direct way to spread foul brood.' The frames should be numbered in accord ance with the " number of the 'hives they belong to, and kept to those hives. • - - •When there is a • honey do-not wait- too 1 o^+b^forh'pQtf-f ting'on an extra- box.Wheh '"pu't-i'.. tiiig the box" on;" pl&qis^t^next above the brood chamber, linjder. A^ariy others already on. E^t^a^ r^e^^tl^ and give plenty of v<^WJ^wgg^ / It is essential - (stat«l^g&^e5tp'ert) j that there should be- plent^^^x roo...

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GAMS 5693.—"Denny" (10-14, 22-17). [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

GAMS 5693.—"Denny" (10-14, 22-17). Black—G. A. Kerr. White—G. Cottrill. 10—14 14—18 11—15 6—15 15—22 9—13 22—27 23—14 31—26 13— 6 23—19 29—25 7—10 9—18 7—11 2— 9 1— o-b 13—17 17—13 26—23 23—19 26—23 32—28 26—22 8— 7 10—44 5— 9 18—22 22—26-c 24—20-a 2S—24 19—10 25—18 30—23 W.W. (a) The most modern attack—very strong. (b) 1-6 is quite drawable. (c) Loses. In the protracted tie between Egan and Boyles the former drew here by the usual play thus:—9-13, 27-23, 5-9, 30-25, 13-17, 25-18, 17-22, 19-15/ 9-13, 18-9, 11-27. Draw.

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

Veterinary Bad Teat in Cow.—G.A. (Cheltenham).— This is a case tor frequent immersion In a pickle bottle filled with warm lotion, eon- i sisting of 1 oz. of boracic acid. 2 oz. of] glycerine, and a pint and a half of water, j Warm it up, and soak the teat several times a day, and after each bath rub gently but S for some time with camphorated oii. Give 1 oz of aloes, 1 oz of ginger, and lib of Ep som salts if she Is a full sized cow. Mare's Bis; Knee.—Amateur.—I should not advise an amateur to lanoe. although a veter inary surgeon might do so. The latter would wish to make quite sure that that he was not. opening the knee joint itsel'f, but only tho bruise-on the outside. He would also do it under aseptic conditions, and be prepared then and there to inject suitable stuff. Blind EJwes.—F.N. OMpama).—(If it has not existed too long the opacity would probably clear up if daily dressed with a few drops of a 7 per cent solution; of protargol in distilled water.y Open the lids and tfrop ...

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

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Victorian Championship [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Victorian Championship A further selection of games played in the recent tourney for th© Victorian championship is hero given. Scores as follows:— GAME 5692.—"Old Fourteenth" (11-15,. 22-17). Black—F. Dawson. White—J. Hornby (Ex-champion). 11—15 15—18 18—25 10—17 6— 9-e 11—15 22—17 24—20 29—22 19—10 13— 6 26—23 8—11 11—15 9—14 6—15 2—25 18—22 23—19 28—24 27—23 23—18-c 80—14 14— 9 4— 8 8—11 14—17-b 1— 6 15—18 17—13 25—22-a 21—14 18—14-d 31—27 W.W. (a) This line is considered-to be very weak; but Mr Hornby has been very successful with it. (b) There are several lines here. for Black, 6-9 and 5-9 being drawable. (c) 23-19 is more regular and certainly safer than the text move, which is, I think, weak for White. (d) This move loses. 26-23 is the safest line for the draw. (e) Loses for Black; but the following play would have won:—3-8, 81-27 (26-23 is no better and 32-28, 15-19, B.W.), 12-16, 27-23, 6-9, 13-6, 2-27, 32-23, 8-12, 22-13. 16-19. B.W.

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THE BEE INDUSTRY INSTRUCTIVE DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

:;.v THS ; BEE! INDUSTRY'. INSTRUCTIVE DETAILS. ■At a recent gathering of bee-keepers I in Sydney, the „flying powers of bees were discussed. '. One instance showed that bees had flown seven miles, from ! an island in Italy to the mainland, and back, and that Calif ornian fishermen had noticed a swarm of bees. passing' over their heads when between an is land and the mainland, necessitating a journey of nine miles. The more prac tical question of how far can bees profit ably,. fly was answered generally as froni 2. to 5 miles. The apiary should be situated at the bottom of wooded slopes as a rule, asibees were the .bet ter . able to travel downwards on their return journey when honey laden. The distance bees would, travel when in pursuit of honey depended on whether there was a continuous chain of sup plies to lead them farther out. . : • The question of the largest yield for a hive provoked lengthy consideration. Counting the gathering of a hive and its increase in one year, the pa...

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Jordan v. Lieberman GAME 5696—"Edinburgh." [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Jordan v. Lieberman GAME 5696—"Edlnbureh." The following interesting game was played recently, in Xew York, when Mr Alfred Jor dan was touring the eastern States. His opponent, Mr Harry Lieberman, won fourth prize in the last American championship tourney.—Jordan's "Checker Player." Black—Lie'berman. White—Jordan. 9-13 4— 8 16-—23 17—22 *22—25 27-31 22—18 32—27 25—19 7— 2 15—18 2— 6 10—15 8— 7 13—17 12—16, 81—27 31—27 25—22 29—25 25—21 2— 6 '■ 14—10 6—10 6—10 8—11 6—9 11—15 '25—29 23-19 23—19 18—14 19—15 18—11 18—22 11— 7 11—16 10—17 2— 6 9—18 15—19 19—16 18-11 21—14-a 31—27 6—10 21-17 10-15 16—23 1— 6 9—13 18—23 27—23 27-23 27—18 27—23 28—24 27—18' 17—14 15—19 8—15 16—20 6— 9 20—27 19—24 28—18 18—11 24-19 15—10 18-14 10— 6 19—12 7—16 11—16 7—11-b 27-31 24—27 18- 9 22—IS 23—18 10— 7 10—15 6— 2-c 7— 2 , s \ w. wins. (a) M'Kean's improvement on Banks v Henderson (30-26). (b) I think 13-17 is the right move here (e) After several moves the position was-— B. 13, 22; kings 21, 29. W. 30;...

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

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

W, H. BLACntll AM^ PRODUCE SALESMAN, 59-61 KING ST., MEBBOmiNB. Highest Current Prices Secured for Consign* meats of— BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY, CARCASES VEAIi ,fcnd PORK; And FRUIT of All Descriptions. * gales Weekly. Prompt Returaa,

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GAME 5694.—"Fife" (9-14. 23-19). [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

•GAME 5694.—"Fife" (9-14. 23-19). Black—G. M. Strachan. White—W. H: Acott. 9—14 13—23 7—14 3—7 1-1—16 16—20 23—19 25— 9 25—21 22-18 19—15 10— 7 11—15 6—13 8—li 1— 5 16—19 11—16 22—17 ' 29—25 24—19 18— 9 21—17 7— 3 5— 9 13—17-a ■ 4— 8 • o—14 12—16 8—12 26—23 21—1$ 26—22 23—18 17—14 3— 8 9—13 10—17 17—26 14—23 7—11-b 30—26 19—10 31—22 27—18 14—10 Drawn. (a) Unusual, but quite sound. (b) If the score of this game has been correctly recorded then Black missed a win hero by 2-6.

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IMMIGRATION SLACKENS BROKER GIVES REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

IMMIGRATION" SLACKENS BROKER GIVES REASONS. An English broker, who has in the past six years done a large amount of business with emigrants going to Can ada and Australia, reports in Sydney that for the last half-year there has been a marked falling-off in the num ber of applicanta Among others, the following are the reasons stated as affecting New South Wales:—The continual alterations by the State Government of the regula tions governing nominated passages; the higher rates demanded for pas sages; letters and statements to the press by men who after obtaining con tinual employment in the State have returned to their wives and families not having been able to save sufficient money to defray their passages, and who have expressed their disappoint ment in pointed terms. "So far as Canada is concerned," he said, "there has in several districts been a collapse in the immigration movement. This is attributable to the excessive inflation of land values by syndicates and trusts, and by th...

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

£y. "UTILITY " ', QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS t*. H. (Bass).r—Merval is ;a first class fonl§7 and pick-me-up. for ailing • pigeons., Full: jtar*. j. ticulars, ai:e giv.cn /vith. each .packet/ j Inquirer.;, (Cowley's Creek).—Eiggs sent. I from factories fir© sold as country lots, hofe j as storekeepers' cdrisignments. The egg nmr* liefc has been well supplied during the past ! month; and prices-are- not. as' high as Ibejp ] might he.- (2)v The: present- time is vers? » suitable to buy. grain for poultry. .. ... j D.M.I. (Tragowel).—If j;ou write to thd Poultry Expert, South Australian Departmeiit; | of Agriculture, Adelaide, he will furnish jbit •• with a copy. - ]' .A. (Geelong).—Hen'eggs: are fertile from ; six' to twelve days after the male bird baa -i been taken out of the pen. but- it is not ad- j visable to: set; them after-the seventh , day, as : the germ is weak. , • . ; One Who Wants to Know.—The trouble Was 1 brought about by. .acute catarrh. and roup, : which affected the' eyes....

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BURNLEY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

' BURNLEY COMPETITION . Results of the third egg-laying com petition up to week ending* January 2, 1914 (37 weeks 4 days) :— Breed. YV.L.—J. W.L.—J. W.L.—C. W.L.—E. Owner. H. Gill .. .. S. Spotswood .. J. Beatty .. .. H. Bridge Smith W.L.—C. W.L.—A. W.L.—A. W.L.—G. W.L.—J. W.L.—Thirkell and W.L.—Mortiz Bros. W.L.—T. A. .Pettigrove W.L.—W. G. Swift .. W.L.—E, A. Lawson »» W.L.—H. M'Kenzie .. B. Bertiesmeie H. Mould .. Rose .. .. .. W. Ro<bbins .. E. Bradley .. .. W.L.—Jno. Campbell .. .. W.L.—George Edwards .. W.L.—W. Featlierstone .. W.L.—R. W. Pope .... . W.L.—M. H. Noye .. .. W.L.—H. Handbuiy .... W.L.—South Yan Yean Poultry W.L.—Redfern Poultry Fai-m. W.L.—C. Hepburn W.L.—B. Rolls .. .. .. .... .. W.L.—Perey Walker .. .. .. W.L.—Stranks Bros. .. W.L.—C. H. Busst W.Lf— A. Sellers .. .. .. .. Farm .. W.L.—F. Hannaford .. .. .. W.L.—W. M'Lister »• W.L.—Morgan and Watson .. W.L.—'W\ G. Osborne .. .. Goudie S. Lallimore .. .. H. Padman .. A. Gent .. .. .. A. Monk .. .. .. -...

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