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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
FREE Distribution of'Special Trial Bottle3 of ITURKISR II NNA, for GREY HlAIR. Send id. ttamnp for Postage. DUEIRDIN and SAINSBIURY, .Wholesale Druggigt., Kalbourne. ARE You Troubled wiih Corns? AOORN SILK Speedily Remoics Obstinate Corns Without Pain. Bold everywhere or posted direct on sending 7d. in etampa. DUIItDIN ad fAINSBURY, Mel bourt . . The two lines we now meintion' are -Watches that, although, low iA price, nmay be completely relied upon. They are mpade speijally for .us, and prioed at bedrock to ensure quick sales. You will find them. the very beat valueo in this eity. Genuine Keyless English Lever, silver hunting casesa, jewelled, all latest improve moentts, 2 years guar autee............. Also, the same Watch, in genuine . gold filled eases, wear equal to solid gol .. .. .. :.,: 5, Gunters, 237 BOURKE-S5TRET. Opposite Theatre Royal. 86-8 CliMheth St.MeU. MUELDOUR~W COFFEE PALACE, i'tice of ~lh~als: 3 Cr~utses for (The Sl11inil 210 Buu~rke-3treet, Mclbrouroe.
TALES & SKETCHES MOLLY'S HUSBAND. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER VI—QUARTET. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
VIr w •V ....V-V4i r i? 1?r ? I i • ' MOLLY S HUJSBAND, • _ . . = --..? , • BY RICHARD :3MARSH,. •Autihoi :of "The Rogue's lProgress," "The Beetle.' '& . . . ".,. .., [COPYRIGHT.] CH.APTER VI;-THE QU'llTULT. : :? liie s her quite natural coinfusion, olly L retiiaied sufiicient ple~ence of 'mind to:: reaise that the four individahls wh-, hadB made so sudden alnd unexpected an appearance on the scene Wvere, as regards ]oekib about as singular and ill-nl itched a quartet ae thiey. Well conhl be. Ti'e one who "coutJnucd to keep her slendei arm:i i: t heli.grip.of his lhuge hand vas, she' tlhought, the tales.t mani she had ever sceil. She Pthad vagne ideas of 'height; but she jugedc hir1 to be nearly seven fclet, and broad as lie was long. She had.-nn odd feeling -bhat le iwas like a 'giant in a fairy tale. HIe hlad a long, red beard, a big' nose which was inclined to be bulbous, and something seemed to haive destroyed the sight of one of liis eyes. To attempt to' break away from...
STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Thursday, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
STATION PRODUCE REPORT. Thursday, 8th January. Melbourne Woolbrokers' Association. (G&lt;lds brough, Mort and Co. Ltd., Australian Mercantile : land and Finance Co. Ltd., Nfew Zealand Loan and .Mercantile .Agency Co., Ltd., .Dalg6ety and Co. .It., Au?tralian Eit?.ates an?l fMotgage cOo. Ltd., Young?husband, .Row and Co. Proprietary Ltd.) reports: Sheep Skins.--Average suppli'e were submitted at this weekl' auctirns,' lyers being in full at tendance. The market for idll claes- was. flrm, : alt the rates rulirg for tle last auction sales -held before' the holidays. .iides.--Co od' catalogu?e were -offer.d. at auc:ion ' this week. The market was very firm, and prices? ; were 0o,1. to Old. higher. Tallow.-Very good sup.'lles were surbmitt"d. at' - nWednesday's .auctions. 'Buyers were iri full at tendance, and prices for-'rime lines. were. 5f// per ton higher: others unchanged. .;.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
O - :PE. T .IO ,The Artisan- and Laborer Combine to .better their positions and obtain the highest possible price for their labor TIlHE PRIMARY PRODUCER Should Do Likewise. STHE FARMIERS' TRADE UNION., gUE. WTESTBRN AND MURRAY J.ISTRICTS CO-OPBRATIVE BAGONI. CJURING - CO. Affords a unique opportunity for the Farm ers of the-State to join forces, to secure the bfghest possible returns. from- their PIGS.. A large factory. is now in course of erec tion .-ear' Melbourne, which ivill be riman aged by the famous British and Foreign Bacon Expert, 1- iMR. J. E. PROSSOR. *'1early 3000 farmers have become share lilders. Don't be left out. A Farmers' Company Controlled by Farmers. Sjor full particulars about shares, &c., Write to ARCH. M'KELLAR, Secretary, S49 KI G-STREET. MELBOURNE. - Costs Id .-- an hour -to run;. You couldn't get cheaper power than th.at! The "Fuller and John.on'Firm Pump Engine" (illustrated) will do all the work abotit your farm-pumping water, sawving and hauling ...
FARM MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
FARM MEMAORANDA. Potato growers will be interested to earn that a process has been evolved in Gireat Britain to desiccate potatoes so as to make them equal to fresh wrhen cooked. These potatoes are described as having the advantage of being non-perishable as compared with the fresh product, and can be transported in good condition overlong distances, neither frost nor heat, it is stated, 'having any effect on them. Again, thiey are only about one-third the weight of ordinary potatoes. The first contract for road construction let by the Country Roads Board independ ently of municipal authority will be signed this week. when tenders close for the building of a main road between I-Hcales ville and Lillydale. Early in the new year a large number of contracts will be let by conntry municipalities for the substantial repair of important country roads witlin their boundaries. An area of 850 acres has been purchased in Wharparilla district, about eight miles from Ecluca. as an ostrich farm....
AILMENTS OF STOCK. QUESTIONS UPON SPECIFIC CASES PROFESSIONALLY ANSWERED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
AILtAET3 OF STOCK. QUESTIONS UPON SPEgC'FIC CA?ES 'IPlOFESSIONALLY ANSlVEIIED. DY MAW-MAI.L lTorses Contirually IRubbing Their lind Legs.- Il.J., rllanxlhome.-Clip, the hair off tihe affected Varts as close to tile skin as possible; washl thlor Tughly with warmn water andl coal 'tar soap, dry bilh anl old clean towel, and(l rub a small quarlt tity. of the following liniment well into the skirk once a day until the irritation has subslidedl: Spirits of tar, 1 oz.; carbonate of potass, I oz.; sublimed sullphur, 2 oz.; olive oil, 1 pint. Wask the legs at least twice a week anl smear a: small quantity of vaseline inl the heels to prevent tlhent getting sore anrdl cracking. Cause of Death of Cow.--EL.J., Ellondale.--The post-mortem appearances are too vague. You do not dlescribe the condition of tihe heart, lhng, or womb. It is just. possible the cow died from septic peritonitls, gO tlhu result of septic infee tion of the womb after calving. When fonrwarding iarticulars of a post-mnortem...
GLENELG DISTRICT. Casterton. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
CLENELGQ ID STRIGT. [FROrL OUR CORnESPONDENT.J Castertoln. The Christmnas week rainfall averaged over. an inch and a halaf .throughout· the district, and was thought at-fir~t to have made. good provision of. watw:: for- stock supply during, the rest of the-sunner. As a large number of tanks and.dams wre. practically empty, and :the rest as low, or lower, than they are. as a rule at:.the end of. sumniar, a large propoitich of owrners of. grazing.: paddocks of limited area.are sore put to it: in the matter of watering. stock. Several of those whose holdings are on ttie. flat betveen Casterton and Sand- f~rd, near the junction of the Glenelg and Wiannon. rivers; are already . being reduced to he h necessity of driving fattenihg stock to water daily. Both thle Glenclg and ,Wa.n non are very low. Harvesting is in full swing. There have been few really hot days since the rainfall in Christmas week, but bright sunshine and cool breezes all along, so that work in the fields 'has b-een carri...
BUILDING A STACK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
BUILDINC A STAQK. In making the stack the cen.tre should ie ikept:well uTr. When it. has settled .downi prop~rlz a layer of- sheaves can be .pulled. out all round to obtain the desired slope. Plenty. of straw should be .-pnt on top. 13et ter still is a covering of galvanieed iron. on frames hung' over the:.stack, with. legs: suspended from trhe lower ends of. the frames; All agree that the centre.of the stack, shorld be. kept well up to give the sheaves, a good slope and run the water. out. Building. ith a.fork, when possible; helps to. get the shape and slope required. For covering some still favor. thatching. while others prefer iron or: malthoid. This larbter material is cheao, and will last for eeverta seasons with care. The most. econo mical roofing for -a stack is galvanised iron, either in sections of two 'sheets each or ereeted to. form a permanent roof. A concrete floor is the best on which to put a.stack, aid it should be well raised.in the centre. Building end. on to the ...
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
IaELBOURNE sTO|CK MARKET. WEEIKLY RI3VIEW., For, the opening sales:-of the-new year' l]ast Tuesdaty at N.e-wmarket, 58,000. head were yarded-28,000 sheep:.and :30;000 lambs: .30,000 head in excess of- previous-market. There was a fairly, heavy- yarding of cross bred wetheas, but they. were mostly .me dium to.godod; prirnme.sorts were not very .numerous. The. a-sanme may ,bs said in con nect:od wiuh merinoes. The bulk of the sulpply consisted of. ewes, and inacuded a moderate number of pens of prime cross breds, but the majority were old breeders. Bidding: for best descnip.tions was very brisk for local consumption, and also from exporters, so much so, that prices advanced by. fully 1/ per head. Prime quality wether mutton, light to' medium weigh.t, on the hoof, made 2~2d. to 3d. per lb.; good, n-d.; rough, 2d.; .heavy weight, -2d. to 2fd.; prime clean ewe. mutton, 2½d.; extra, higher; good,- 2di. and medium, 2d.; 'best wether pelts, 4/6 to 5/; good, 3/6; me dium and 'bare, 2/6; best...
CENTRAL GIPPSLAND. Trafalgar. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
GENTRAL .CIPPSLAND IFROM: OUR CORRESPONDENT.] TTrafalgar. The, potato crops on the swamp. look. very well, but; tlhey- will all be .later than usual, on account of:the floods. -Trere wil:l be a few early° crop;, .but on thie whole the acreage is not nearly.as-large as lasts:eason. The dairying. industry is in- quite as good a.poeition as- expected early in the-season, although the butter output is- much below corresponding, period. last year. At the Trafalgar co-operative factory the weekly turnover is 'about 18 tons, or 7 tons -less than tlhis -tme.last year. Other Gippsland factories are simnilariy affected. Effdrts are being made by the dairy farmers in thi Boolarra district to establish a co operative.. butter factory there. Good milkers and springer: arec selling at £7. to ;CS 10/. The. articme in last icssue of "The Leader" on the menace of margarine caused a good deal of discussion, but dairy farmers quite agreed with it. One thing appears certain, viz., that superfine burtte...
MUSICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
MUSICAL 'NOTES. JMr. John Mt'Cormaek's radiant;.. pr sonality and brilliant singing made himna tremendone siccess in New Zealand. Le reached the clinmax of his wonderful Auis tralasiaiih season by singing to paricked houses at every New Zealand concerlt. lie was earnestly requested to extend hlis concerts, but could not possibhly 'blige' owirig to pressing American. .engagemcnts. lie is just about to delpart fow Axneriea," wheleelic had been engaged! to sing in 'sceerl dcon certs, andgive somi:e fine peroimf-ia|nces in grand opera.i It is said t'ha the ',i: great a,'tist has. been i giiarant,:ee . a ilnihinau fee for thle touir, oi 125,000 :dal!;I. Mile. Atonala Dolores -who announced some wcwks?. afteir he'r ,,ictuin .to London front the ape at,; i~g; intentled makgiig- a sunmer tour ,of New Zaldand this year,' reaching Spydney in time.to open rt or aifter Easter, now vritcLs to the "Sydney Morni!lg Ifevahl'.' fi'6m the Midland Grand Hotel, under date 25tli Notvemibler. Thle ]'rcii...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
'R INC CE SS'S T E II ATRE. Sole Preloprietors: George Willoughly Ltd. Commencing SATURDAY NEXT, 30th JANUARY. First IProduction in Australia of the Seisational Almerican Drma,, RTHE PRIDE OF THE PRAIRIE. Brillianty Interpreted by GEORGE WILOUGHBY'S' NEW DRAMATIC CO. P'rices as usual. Box Plan at Pianola Co., Men zies' Hotel anud Theatre. T Hj;A T R E R O YA L. S Direction ...... J. C. Williamson Ltd. SATURDAY, 10th JANUARY. The Greatest Dramiatic Success of the English Stage-Dering 1913. DIPLOMACY. An -]nglish Version of Victorien Sardou's "Dora." Re-written- by UcGeorge Pleydell. J ULIUS . N I G II T, Supported ly " IRELINE BROWN, And a Brilliant Company. Box Plan at Allan's.. ER MAJESTY'S THEATRE. Direction .......... J. C. Williamson Ltd. P ANTO MIMEI J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. have once again much p`leasure in announeiag their stupendous extrava ganza, which this year is based upon the attractive Sstory of THE . FORTY THIEVES. Written by FRANK DIX. Music by' ANDREW MACCUNN. T.H F\II...
THE VERANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
THl~ER A A WhV!at is at the back of Mr. Wat'sr deter minati6n to gi'ec the "prodiucing interests' a wider circle of influence than they al ready enjoy ? )Does the desire spring from -a conviction that the man on the land is a better politician and a finer patriot than the inan in the srtrcct ? .Are \we likely to get better democratic legislation from a body of men whose political power-is an al.,rogation' of democratic lrinlciplcs ? T'his is a pertinent qilestion, because Mr. Watt, too, is a democrat. It is easier to believ thiat 3Mr. WVatt and his- colleagues are afraid of the man in thie street. The town dweller is too good a democrat for MIr. W\att, who is a democrat .with a difference, and his dblsire to trengthen.: the "pro ducers' " vote springs from tin eagernesls .to weaken that of theme m ore workei, the fellow in town who, because hlie only makes l)oughls, and harrows, and harvesters, and boots, and indigestible things of that kind, is unworthy of the name of producer. The...
WOMAN OF 70 HAS A FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG GIRL. LONG-GUARDED FAMILY SECRET LEARNED THROUGH A PROVINCIAL LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
-WOMAN OF 70 HIAS A FACE LIKE TI-HAT OFA YOUNG GIRL. LOC-GUARIDED FAMILY SECRET LEARNED , TIIROUGUII A PROVINCIAL LADY. "From mother to d:aughter, generation after generation," writes a lady now 70 yeans old, "we have been noted throughout the little provinoiiil town where we live for t'he beauty of our complexions, preserved even to old age. Of late so many of our friends seem to have been deceived and dis appointed by iharmful skin remedies that we 'have decided it ds not right for us to keep to ourselves any longer the formula that 1?a always 'been conoiderec as our family secrcet, and to which we owe our 'eternal youth.' rTherefore we take this bpportunity of communicating it to our si~ter readers. Simuply take 2 oz.. rose water, 1 dram tincture oE benzoin, and 2 oz. Flowers of Oxxoin, and mix them your self at home.- Any chemist can supply you with what m is necessary.. Shake the lotion before using, and apply with a clean pice of cotton wool.or a sponge. regularly night and mo...
THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
"?INAANOIAL troible 'in .thle futr'e is S thr.eatened morec. fromn the .inflation. of e\]eridfiture than from de('lil in the revenue. . The .general .prosperityv of tili.he people is shown by the nmainern in which the reccilpts are maintained. 'Jlhere is some diminution in the returns I?iomn tihe customs made manifest in all the Sta;tes cxcept New. South Wales, xihe te the boi rowing policy accounts for tihe influx of mpoi'ts. Figures for the lhalc year show a dimninution of nearly half a million over a'll the States taken into consideration, and on this basis the Trecasurer may discovr that 'his estimate of the decrease for Ithe year will be larger thua 'lhe thought. lie allowed for a reduction of £653,000, us compared w'itfl the previous year; but hnless conditions improve it will be nearier £1.000,000. If the falling away in imports were due to. a .larger production of local mhinufactures, we migtht regard this result witli satisfaction. Unforlunately, nothing hms been. done to.e...
NEW SHIPPING CONTRACT, NEW LINE OF STEAMERS PROBABLE. SYDNEY, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
NEW SHIIPPING CONTRACT, NE\V LINE OF STiEAMERS P'ROkBAIE. SYDNEY, 2nd January. Aun inportant shipping contract wab an nounced to-day with tile Broken Hill Pro prietary Limited. Under the contract ar rangements have been concluded for a period of three years :or the carriage of coal from Newcatle to Port Pirie, and ore and concentrates from the South Austra lian port for transhipment ~to the oversea liners at this port. IMessrs. Scott, Fell and Co. are the contractors?, and they have al ready recured tonnage to carry out the work. It is understood Messrs. Scott, Fell and Co. will estahlish a new line of steamers on the coast to fulfil the contract. These boats will ioad coal at Newcastle at frequent intervalls for Port Pirie, whioh is the nearest port to Broken 1ill mines, and they will bring back ore and concen trates. The contract was previously held by the Adelaide Steamship Co, .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
The Popular, "Nugget" Boot Polishes are made from the Finest Waterproofing, Polishing and Pre serving Materials; none of the in ferior substitutes, which are gene Srally added to increase and cheapen the bulk, are ever introduced in the manufacture of "iugget." Therefore it pays you to give the cheap imitat?ins A MISS. If you euse inferior products you will ol?.tin inferior results and cracked footwear. gPousn No Household nor Travelling Case is Complete waithout • - ts9 I A bracini , tonic beverage.
NEW MINISTERIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
ELLBOUILTE, SATU.RDAY, JAN. 10. T..=----~-- =?-~ ... NEW MINISTERIAL POLIUCY. Recenl Ministerial transfoimations hlave ma,?e little change in Ministerial policy. This was to be anticipated, in view of the fact that the new Watt Government is iln all es?citial. respects a continuation of the precedent one. Like the tadpole, M'Mr. Watt has shed his tail at the cost of a painful operation, especially on the part of one or two members who were unwil ling to sever -the connection. Mr. PBill son is complaining bitterly of lhaviring'een "thrown to th-e wolve-s," a squeiil of' pro test which -lhows that hlie was an unwilling sacrifice. But, except in the immediate cirIcle of sympathetic friends, 'therec is little response to this outburst of anger. There u:as nothin in his admninistration which commenicnded him to the public, ?ind he may be incnudted in the ('ilbertian catcgory of those who "necver will hbe missed.'" The ne. memt ers introduced into the M inist!y can at any rate offer thIe ...
GRAY'S IMPLACABLE HATE. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914
CRAY'S IMPLAGABLE HATE. :-BY- 3LRY MARTIN MILL; [COPYRIGHIIT.] :-"Mr Gray, Mr. Gray," and then after faiing to get any re.sponse, "MIr. Grily" -.again, very gently Qbut persistently. ULTna Dunn was standing on the bank of -the little creek tWhat divided .lice father's pro perty from 'Mir. Gray's." The 'baink just .where she stood 'was steep, and she had .got down its acuteness almost to the water's edge. There, on a fallen tree, sle stobd, . holding for support to t.re low ]liging branches of a wattle that "ent over the stream. The kog under heir feet was slippery witih wet moss, and lier posi tion .rather precarious. One might wonder if he had meant to cioss the stream upon taij log, and had received a cheek on dis coyerring it to be so slh?Ipcery and unreli able; or if her intention lhad - been "nerely to descend the bank, and froni where she now stood call to .the man 'bending -over his spade on the other side. SThe Maif, appirently oblivious of the .~voice, was reatly wondering ...