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FISH AND GAME [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

; Aj?d> ...GAME: ■ Tuesday; ■ January ■ 6.—Quantity > received Fish, 4S3-. packages, 220% dozen, 13 baskets; eelSj 1 bag; poultry, 42 couples; game, 12 brace; rabbits, 2904 pairs. Prices:—BaTracoota,, scoops 8/ -to 10/; flatbead, baskets 4/6 to 5/3; do. rock, 10/ to 15/; mullet, large ooxes 14/ to 20/; garfish, do. 24/ to 41/; salmon, do. 7/ to 10/; strangers, do. 24/ to 26/; trout, do. 13/ to 19/6; luderick, do. 18/6 to 22/; bream; me dium,- boxes. 14/, large 17/6 to 29/; garfish, 14/6 to 15/; mixed fish, baskets, 14/6 to 15/. large boxes ll/6 to23/; whiting, baskets 19/. to 30/; pike, do. 12/6 to 19/6; pilchards, do. 4/ to 5/; crayfish, 4/6 to 17/ per dozen; floun ders, 8/ to 19/ do.; whiting,. 5/6 to -v>/ do.; .barracoota (gutted), 8/ to 9/ do.; smoked 'coota, 4/ to 7/ do.; catfish, 5d> per lb.; eels, 3d do.; Murray cod,.9d do.; do. perch, 6d do.; Adelaide cod,. 9d to 1/ do.; do. perch, S^d to 9d •do.; shhapper, 5d to. liy2d do.; kingfish, lOd do.; yellowtail, 6d to 6...

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

New Necklaces Leaving- the throat bare has revived interest in necklaces and pendants. Amber beads almost the size of a pigeon's egg, are well liked.. Sometimes there is a flat heart, finished with a tas sel, attached. Among pendants many novelties are noted. They are large and quaint in design. Some of them owe their origin to Egyptian scarabs. Others are beautiful plaques in azure blue, fashioned on the same lines as oriental buckles and ornaments. They are intended to be slung on a platinum chain. The pendant also has a, chain at tached, so that when the ornament is adjusted it falls just above the bust line. Those new neck ornaments are not expensive, for some in just the correct bisarre design that fashion favors were recently shown at S/6 each. There is also a fancy for hand-made jewellery. One Scotswoman is reap ing a small harvest by making orna ments in simple jewels and platinum and giving an old-world air to their setting. Cameos, too, are commanding' ad miration. In Engl...

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

FRUIT, ETC There was only a moderate attendance at the Queen Victoria Market on January 6, and trade generally quiet. Vegetables cleared up fairly well at late rates. In fruits, stone and berry varieties were in most request. Dairy produce and poultry departments had quiet inquiry. The following rates were real-: ised:—Vegetables—Asparagus, 9d to 2/9 per 100; beans, kidney 16/ to 21/ per 1001b.; beet, 1/6 to 2/ per doz.; bouquets, 3/ to 8/ do.; cabbages, 1/ to 3/ do.; carrots. 9/ to 1/3 per doz. bunches; cress, curled, 6d to Sd do., water 6d to 8d do.; cucumbers, prickly 1/6 to 2/ per doz. gar lic. 4d to 6d lb.; horseradish, 6d to lOd per bundle; lavender, 4d to 6d per doz. bunches; leek. Sr to 1/ do.; lettuce, 8d to 1/6 p-er doz.; marjoram, 6d to 8d per doz; buiiches; mint. 6d to 8d do.; onions, dried," Globe 6/ to 7/6 cwt., green 6d to 8d per doz. bunches; parsley:'4d to 6d do.; parsnips. 1/ to 1/9 do.; peas, 8/~ to 15/ per 1001b.; potatoes, 3/ to 4/6 per cwt.; radish, 6d to 9d pe...

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

PIGS The Associated Agents "(M'Phatl Bros., aad Go., W. H. Wilson, Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty. Ltd , J. K. Jenhings and M'Inncs, Theo. | B. Ldttle and Co.) conjointly report:—On January 7 and 8 the supply was a moderate one/ only 1930 having been penned, the greater portion of which consisted of baconers. Stores were sparingly represented. Local feeders competed freely for several pens of good-con ditioned sorts sold amongst the heavy por kera,and although lighter grades, including slips and suckers, sold readily, yet prices foi such ruled in favor of buyers. Quotations:— Strong stores from 30/ to 38/; seconds from 24/ to 29/; slips from 19/ to 23/; suckers, from 10/ to 18/, Porkers.—The demand was fairly sustained throughout. Quotations:—Prime, from 40/ to 41/; extra to 48/; light from 33/; Baconers.—The demand was animated at de cidedly improved rates; prime, from 66/ to 72/; extra from '73/ to 75/,' with farmers' pigs to 79/; prime medium; and light weights/ * froui 60/'to 65/...

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

DAIRY CATTLE J The Associated Agents (W. H. Wilson, M'Phail Bros and Co., J. K. Jennings and M'Innes, Theo. B. Little and Co., Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty. Ltd.) conjointlyIn to-day's market 870 were penned. About 130 milkers came to hand on January 9. Best descriptions were fully represented, which met with keen competition at fully former rates. For .other grades, chiefly useful and medium sorts, biddings were irregular and prices ruled decidedly in favor of buyers. Best, from £9/5/ to £11; extra, from £12/5/ to £13; good, *from £7/10/ to £8/10/; second, from £5A0/ to £6/15/; others, from £4. For best springers prices ruled a shade, firmer. Springing heifers were comparatively scarce. Best springers, from £7/10/. to £9; good, from £6/5/ to £7; backward, from £3/15/ up wards. Store cows were n good request at wards. Store cows were in good request at bulk of the supply, however, was, purchased by the trade, exporters and preservers oper ating freely for all lots grading from fres...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

'•MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK FAT SHEEP. 27,000 yarded, comprising 215 truck . and 5000 by road. Best wethers were moderately re presented, while a large proportion consisted of good and prime crossbred ewes. The bulk of the llierinos consisted of useful, grade, medium and light, weight wethers, and, mod-, eratcly fat to serviceable ewes. Inferior descriptions were, represented solely by con signments of old ewes. There was. spiritedr competition throughout, both for export anil local trade requirements, and prices ruled about 1/ per head in advance of former rates. Quotations—Prime crossbred wethers, from) 18/ to 19/6, extra do. do. from , 20/. to 21/, good do. do. from 16/9 to 17/9,- second and inferior do., do. from 15/ to 16/, with hogget, wethers from 14/ to 16/6 according to quality,\ prime crossbred ewes,, from 15/6 to 17/, extra do. do. from 18/ to 20/9, good do. do. from 13/9 to 15/v second do. do. from 12/6 to 13/6; prune merino wethers, from 15/9 to 17/6, good , do. do. from 14/...

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

\ * . f .• * ;• Eyd^h,^ Specian iV. hi-- — Paton's Buiiidfftgsi 115 ,E?ilc^tH,>street (Next McEwan'S^t'-'iVfieHi'Surne. Clients whose sight we have tested and fitted with our incomparable lenses have testi fied to . the comfort and satisfaction they have experienced. - Our scientifically fitted glasses are indis pensable to you if your sight is defective or your vision is not as distinct as it ought to be. ■ • '

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PLAYS AND PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Instead . of inspiring- . terror, The 3?orty Thieves," at r Her, ; Majesty's! •Theatre, seem: to- be winning- the af fection of those' who make ' their ac quaintance. This is probably due; to the fact' that they, are ndV'at''\ali lik© ordinary., robbers, being, in fact, very handsome and gorgeously clothed young women, who have probably never stolen anything- in then* lives-except the affection of male admirers; Further acquaintance with the big* Christmas extravaganza confirms, one in the opinion that the two. most attractive performers in the show are the chief Comedian, Mr Barry Lupino, and the Australian actress, Miss Marie Eaton, who cuts a fine figure as .leader of the Forty Thieves, and is, moreover, the, only member of the cast to inspire re-' spect as a vocalist. . Her Singing of a ditty concerning the Australian Navy never fails to rouse, the audience to enthusiasm, as does also her rendering of "I Want To Live In Loveland," with its novel and pleasing accompaniment of tun...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

PtJBIilCATIONS RECEIVED "Round the British Empire," by Alex* HIH (Her^ertl&nktns Ltd.); piic«2/S. ' < ; "Ttie Bewildered Benedict/' by tile author of "Bachelor's Buttons" (Herbert Jenkins* lM:V Great Is Discipline. By A. C* Xrons£&6» Published by B» J. and J. Henryson.

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THE HUMORIST [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

"Pardon; me, madam." . "For what?" "I -inadvertently jabbed my eye into your jewelled hatpin." . .. {, • ~ "Do you call this a band of picked musi cian's?" . "Certainly." ''Well, you picked them before they were ripd." "Has the; doctor a large practice " "So large, that when people have nothing the matter with them he tells them, so." ; ' "Do you prefer -beauty or brains?" - "Doss not the fact that I have proposed to you . repeatedly prove that I prefer both?" Mabel .1 told him . women had other ' -thoughts; something above dress, something higher; and he said, "Yes, .1 know—hats." Friend: So you've taken your eon in to, teach him the business, I hear. How's he • turning out? Business. Man (wearily): Great - success. He's teaching me. - Inquisite "Friend: Don't you find that your wife is very subject to moods? Enpeck:. No; , sho has only, ono mood, the imperative, and; I'm the.one that's subject to that! Gladys: "Do you believe the saying '"lis " better to have loved and lost than n...

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

FARMERS & DAIRYMEN! MONEY ADVANCED Upon HOUSES, CATTLE, and IMPIjEMENTS. — Special Rates and Easy Repayments. Also oil Pianos, Furniture, &c., Jewellery, Diamonds, Plate, Precious Stones, and Merchandise. Correspondence invited tor any par ticulars or Information. Reasonable Interest Charged. FOR SALE.—A large stock of new and up-to-date Wateb.es, Diamond Rings, Jewel lery, Plate, Field and Opera Glasses, &c., at lowest prices. WEDDING RINGS, a Special line at cost. All Orders by Post Promptly Attended to. New South Wales M. de P. Deposit and Investment Co. Ltd. 215-217 SWANSTQN STREET, MJKIjB. 'Phone 4339. JAMES A. CQXjIjIVER, Melbourne Manager. WE HAVE VARIOUS SUMS of MONEY to LEND on COUNTRY-LANDS, from £500 to £3000, for 3 to 7 YEARS, at from 5 PER CENT. ' LOANS ON INTEREST UNDER WILLS. A, E. MAXWELL Pty. Ltd. 237 COLLINS ST., "MELBOURNE. (Nest "Age.") MONEY" Wo have a large amount of Money to Lend at Lowest- CiuTent Rates, in Large ana Small Sums on COUN...

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

$E£9 rBobKKEEPlSG? We can make you a competent Bookkeeper by means of .our splendid system of POSTAL INSTRUCTION. "We train you at your own home!. Distance no obstacle. Write for free copy of Prospectus "N." If explains bow wo can help you to improve /our poaitfcwu Drop a line NOW, -while you think of it. . Stott'^Coxraspondenc© College^ B4 MARKET STREET* MEL- JURNSL

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

"Braclshaw's Quid©" for Janus rjr, containing all tlie latest alterations and additions to tite railway time tables, post office inforuiation, and coach and road guides is to band from the publishers, Messrs Stili^-ell and Co. The Secret of Beauty Is the Secret cf Healtlil" That much admired clear com plexion Is the outcome of a per fectly healthy system. There Is no need to take nasty-tasting laxative medicine to keep the sys tem healthy. Try LA As 1 I J&5 Aperient Chocolate Squares. They are extremely pleasant to take are no different to ordinary Choco late Confectionery in taste or ap pearance, but have a mild opening effect, assuring a clcar healthy complexion. Children take to Laxettes readily. There is no need to force thern. All Chemists, 1/ and 2/8* Free Sample from BOWEN & CO., CHEMISTS. MELBQimsm. Are you troubled wltr corns: ACORN SILK speedily removes obstLnatg Corns without pain. Soid everywhere, or. posted direct on sending 7d in stamps. iDuerain and Sa...

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CITY'S ANIMAL WAIFS DOGS AND CATS HOMELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

CITY'S ANIMAIv WAIFS DOGS AND CATS HOMBL-EBS. Human waifs of a city are pitiful, and upon them pity is bestowed, but few" persons have thought for derelict animals, stranded in nooks and cor ners of the crowded streets; Stray dogs are, of course, gathered up from time to time, and destroyed, op consigned to a home. Still, one often sees, in the city, a dog, suffering and neglected, which belongs to nobody. Thousands pass the poor creature by without a glance; some murmur a word of pity and pause for a moment; but none, as a rule, offers succor. Mel bourne, unlike some Eastern cities, Is not cursed with pariah dogs, which prowl and prey in unclean alleys, and are a menace to humanity. But stray dogs there will always be in every large city; dogs with mange or some other disease, dogs dying from lack of food, and others maimed and - unabie to fend for themselves. If there Were no dog-carts or Home for lost dogs, many more sorry sights would the city provide. Homeless cats are far more...

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WHERE ARE THE DEAD? MR R. HOLLISTER'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

"WHERE. A3R3S THE BEAD? MR R. JlOLLISTER'S VIEWS. Mr Robert "Hollister, of New York. f" delivered an address at the first sea! t 3iori of the convention of the Interna* v* tional Bible Students' Association a« flie Collingwood Town Hall. Mr Hollister, who is one of the Ag< gociation's field secretaries, spoke otj, the subject, "Where are the Dead?" He believed there were glorioug truths as well as inglorious errors every man-made creed, and that the only safe course to pursue was to go directly to the Bible itself fo» instruc tion and guidance. He suggested that the question be put—Where are the dead.? A good place to begin would be the first chapters of Genesis. t He was aware that the creation ac* V count was considered by some to bo f mythical, and unscientific, but he be- j lieved that conclusion was due to the f unreasonable and illogical creeds of the ! past, and if now approached by un biassed minds in the light of the twen tieth century a. different conclusion wou...

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

dog medicines DISTEMPER POWDERS, 2/6 packet; WORM POWDERS, 1/ each, 10/ dozen; Alterative Blood Mixture, 2/6 and 4/6; Mange Specific, 2/6 bottle; Tome and Condition Balls, 2/6 box; Canker Lotion, 2/6 bottle; Eczema Cure (ia terna^, 2/6 bottle; Eczema Ointment, 1/8 tin; stimulating Liniment for Racing Greyhounds 8/6 bottle; Puppy Worm Syrup. 1/6: Husk Cure, 2/6 bottle f Chorea Pills, 2/6. DOG SOAP, 9A postage extra. R. W. BEDDOME & CO., CHEMISTS, 254 BOURKE STStEBT, Opposite Opera House, Melbourne; mm*——*' . 1 111 ' 1 — ^ * . . —mo—cmm fi ^ FOR SALE—High class Kelpie Puppies, bred from winner Sydney ana other trials reasonable, fi. Gittlris. Dingeg, KELPIES.—Jin. and Needle, at stud.. Pups for sale from £2/2/. A. Hamblin, Foster. COLLIE PUPS for sale. Splendid pedigrees. Parents, prize winners: sire unbeaten. A. J. Haskell, Shepparton, Vic. TV>GS for Sale: Rough Kangaroo Dogs, Fox X/ killers. Greyhounds, Daschunde, Span iels, Heeling Cattle Dogs, and Kelpies and Terriers. ...

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SUNDAY READING SOULS CALL FOR GOD ETHICS CANNOT SATISFY. HOPE OF SALVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

' SptjliS . OAIiti' FOU GOD ; ' ETHICS CANNOT SATISFY. • HOPE OF SALVATION. — ... i. At the Canterbury Baptist unurcu I on Sunday, -January 4, thepreacher [ was the Rev.- S. Buckingham, who re cently arrived in Melbourne. I The Rev. Dr. W. Edwards, principal of the Baptist College, Cardiff; the Rev. Prof. T. W. Chance, M.Ait and the Rev. James Owen, Swansea, former president of the . Baptist Union of Great Britain and i Ireland, speak in glowing terms of the character and ability of the RevS.Seck ingham, who will be an undoubted ac quisition to the ministerial ranks of the Commonwealth. The Rev. J. C. Martin, the general secretary of the Baptist Union of Victoria, arranged engage ments for him from the very first Sun day he arrived. "As the hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after Thee, O God. My soul thirsteth for God, for the living God; when shall I come and appear before God?" were the words of the Rev. Mr Beckingham's text from Psalms, 42nd, first and secon...

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THE KENNEL [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

By "STANDARD." The chaining up of a dog is some times a necessity.; But this method is very often abused, and dogs are sub jected to conditions which can be'called by no other name than cruelty. It is no uncommon sight to see a dog chained-up with a short chain and only a small barrel or box to shelter it from the heat of the sun. By exposure to the sun this shelter becomes hot, and the air in it is muggy and decidedly un healthy. Dogs that are kept as a watch can perform that duty just as well if they are enclosed in a shed or run pro vided with an open mesh wire netting front. The roof of" the shed should .be at least five. feet from the ground and composed of wood or iron painted with a cooling paint. By keeping a dog in a run of this , kind he has much more freedom, and is quite as useful as if chained. Of course the chain must be used on occasion. The best way to chain a dog so that he will have sani tary conditions and also prove a use ful - watch is to use a strong wire of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

For VARICOSE . anfl SWOLLEN . VEINS, V KNEECAP and ANKLE . : ; supports; SQU^B 4/ Pair. Posted to Aa$ Address, 3d extra. (Give Size round chest.) ELASTIC TRUSSES For RUPTURE, No Springs t© Chafe. Price, 17/6, SHOULD BE WOftN BY ALL MEN. Invaluable for those who stand long on the feet, bicycle and horse riders, tcntk ath letes, and pre vents that "d rag gin g , , flown feeling." Suspenders, "Wo can supply Write for Catalogue. a special pat tern -witSa detachable bag. The most service able. OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS till S O'CLOCK. IPhone 4656. T.' ROPER 264 SWANSTON STREET i (Pour Doors from Hospital). " AUSTRALIAN POETS. ^ POST FREE. 8/9. ' Cloth Gilt Top and Design. The Man from Snowy Riverj Rio Grande's •Last Ridb, by Banjo Paterson; Golden Trea sury of Australian Verse, Brunton Stevens' Faems, At Dawn and Dusk, "Wine and Roses by Victor Daley; - The Secret Key, Essex Evans, Fair Girls and Gray Horses, Hearts Gold, by Ogilvie; In . the Days When, the World Was Wide, Verses Popular and ...

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ARMY EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

ARMY EXPENDTTTTT?™ French papers, -bluntly state that France does not snare Mr Lloyd George's satisfaction because Germany is increasing' her army expenditure, since this has forced wholly unex pected outlays upon the French Re public. German papers ridicule disarmament proposals. A correspondent states that there is no real objection in Germany to any British naval policy that the British may adopt. German naval ex pansion, it is added, is equally provoked by utterances suggesting that ' Great Britain is wavering:, and by speeches explaining that Britain is compelled to. increase her defences by German i ag gressiveness. ' I The "Temps" says that the Anglo Franco-Russian alliance, like the Franco-Russian alliance was designed^ to restore the balance of power in j Europe. j The Berlin correspondent of "The Times" says that Mr Lloyd George's j account of the situation regarding1 German armaments is entirely mis leading, and that there is no reason to believe that German naval expan s...

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