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How I Saved my Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
How I Saved my Hair. " My hair was thin, short, dry and brittle. Every time I combed or brushed it largo quantities came out, and I had begun to fear that soon I should be entirely bald. A specialist whom I consulted said mine was a particularly bad case of dandruff-so bad that He knew of only one thing which he could hope would overcome the trouble and restore my scant tresses to their former luxurian'ce and beauty. Ho told me to get my chemist to prepare a lotion composed of three ounces of bay rum, one ounce lavona de composee and quartor drain menthol crystals, and to rub this into the scalp twice a day with the finger tips. I was sceptical, but did as I was told. To my delighted astonish ment I soon noticed that my hair had Btopped falling out, and in a few weeks my head was covered with a new growth of downy hair. I con tinued the use of the lotion until I possessed a head of hair, all my own, that is the wonder of all my friends. My speoialist says he haa known of many cases ...
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION, The monthly meeting of the Clanes Progress antl Prospecting Association was held at the Library on Mor.day evening. Thero were present:-Tho president (Mr Geo. Hayj, Messrs E. Ryan, W. J. Champion, W. Rowo, R. Thomas, L. Allen, A. M'Kenzie, P. J. Rattray (assistant secretary), and II. L. Lazarus (secretary). I NORTH CLUNES ALLUVIAL | COMPANY. | " Prospecting" business was taken first, and matters affecting the flota tion of the North Clunes Alluvial G.M. Co. wero considered. Tho secretary (Mr Lazarus) re ported that copies of the prospectus had been distributed amongst residents of the town and.district, also former! residents now in other parts of the Commonwealth, and others likely to be interested. It was decided to appoint Messrs W. Howe and H. Woods to canvass for the placing of shares in the com pany, at a commission of one penny per share, Tho president referred with regret to the absence of Mr W. Richards, J.P., through illness. They greatly missed Mr Ri...
THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
' TUB CjiAPIiKB i'ULL. " Bonus, or no bonus," sajs tho Hon. J. Cook, " tbe country needs to have its Cradles lull." A bool; dealing with this subject in a n;oat informative way will be appreciated by childlets married couples. Xt will be sent froe it 2d is remitted for postage, Address Dept. 53, jj^iea'Collojio pf &lt;5 KlKsbetb kW.&lt; wl^ncyv,
WELL AND STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
WJELIi AND STRONG. What a grand thing it is for women to fool well and strong ? The Ladies' Coli lege of Health has brought forward a home treatment that haa restored thousands to health at a trifling oost, Those interested oan find out all about it if they send two penny stamps to l)ept, 63, Indies'aoltago of Health, &lt;18 CHUft (jatij St.,
BALDNESS CURED BY FREEZING [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
BALDNESS CURED BY FREEZING Can baldness be cured by cold atmospheric treatment?" This is' a question that has been occupying the attention of scientists. Sir Ernest Shackleton, the explorer, laid 6tress upon the fact that many of the men in his expedition before their sojourn in the Antarctic regions were remarkable for the thinness of. Jheir locks,:" They, had b'arely been a"few weeks" in the frozen South, however, than their hair began to grow, and when they returned from their expedi tion all had hair remarkable for its thickness and luxuriance. It has been remarked also that nearly all the men who work the greater part of the day in cold storage rooms have good heads of hair. . The laws of Nature would seem to emphasize the fact that cold is favour able tc the growth of hair. Take the case of the animals. In no countries of the world is their fur so thick and luxuriant as in the frozen Arctic re gions. By a spccial dispensation of Providence the animal dwellers there are given u...
PLUMAGE OF BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
PLTJMAGE OF BIRDS. In the House of Commons this week, Mr 0. E. H. Hobbouae, Post master-'Jeneral, moved the seoond reading of the Plumage Bill. He said the evidenoe in support of the measure from travellers, sportsmen and others was overwhelming, The plumage of 77,000 egreta, 25,000 humming birds and 162,000 king fishers had been sold in London since June, 1913. Papua's birds of para« dise and Australia's lyre birds had been almost exterminated. Great Britain had been acting towards the oolonies- as receivers of stolen goods, lie hoped an international conference would be held immediately. The seaond reading was carried by 284 votes to 27.
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
The Great Montamor Gase. By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authoress of ''The Knave of Hearts/1 CHAPTI3R XVI. Tlie old lady had to light desperate ly against her Inclinations as she mads her way to her drawing-room, wlie'-j Gwendolen Halldare was awaiting her. She drove hor pointed nails luti her palms-her lips were tight set, ucr eyes gleamed, she looked an aged Clytemnestvu. The old butler had switched on all the electric lights. lie knew, or uaa guessed, much of the complications which had ensued upon the appear ?ance o" his "young master," whoso talks with him had convinced him that he was Robert, Loul Montamor, and tin other. Both he and the ho hl1 lc'i-i.c'", Mrs. Lane, had been instal ed when Robert was a youug child. They had watched him grow to manhood, had mourned over " the row " and his sudden departure, which, together with his seeming disappearance " from off the face of the earth," had been a stapel topic of conversation for years, recurring frequently when all hope seemed lost. Gos...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
WISE AND OTHERWISE, Wigg: Henpeckke has bought a motor-boat and named it after his .wife. Can't manage it, eh F. « - » « « He: Could you marry a man who spends all he makes ? She: No; but I could love him while it lasted. . . » . a Bell: I can tell you how much water runs over Niagara to a quart. Nell; Kow much? Bell: Two pints. * . . . ? Patience: And did her father follow them when they eloped? Patrice: Sure I He's living with them yet I Papa, .what does hereditary mean? Something that descends from father to son. Is spanking hereditary [ « # » « « | Eings has just galled me a black j guard. Just like Bings to go blurting out the truth.' He's got no tact at all. « . » . ? Brown's horse reminds me of an umbrella. An umbrella Yes; you can see his ribs without looking very olosely. . « » « a The Little One: No, I am no good at arithmetic. TJie Big One: Ah, I've heard that even at home you don't count. . * . * » Why is it you never ask after yout relations when you meet them, doctor? ...
OFF THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
ofy THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. (By a special correspondent In "The Dally News and Leader"). You soon learn that winter sport In the Alps means' really ski-ing. The skaters are a small and artistic class apart. Tobogmmlng la a healthy and vivacious sport for children and those who are child-hearted. Sleighing, well wrapped up in furs, with plumed horses and bells a-jingle, is for rich Germans. Bob-sleighing is excellent communal fun, requiring considerable skill for such a run as the full length of the Cresta. But slci-ing is for those who ara young and adventurous, who love to range on mountain slopes instead cf a rink behind the hotel, and who are sound in wind and limb. The man who is Just beginning to wonder whether ho is too old at forty and is a newcomer looks upon the young and ruddy ski-ers at the hotel as an elderly farmer regards Hamel at Hendon. Ah! new blood, supple limbs, and exquisito skill! The lucky young rogues! He merely listens with interest to their ani...
CHAPTER XVII. MEMORY AWAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 13 March 1914
CHAPTER XVlr. MEMORY AWAKES. Lady Slontamor meant to beep hei | word, not to enlighten Itobert as to tlie terrible proposal Gwendolen " dared to Insult him with," but bis will proved stronger than hers. "When he joined her at uraakfast nest morning she noticed iu bis whole manner an access of that cheery strength .which she so admired Iu her middle-aged boj-." Years ago he had not possessed that quality. He had been nervous, sensitive, pass'ona'e. She fondly attributed his " develop ment of great qualities," as she termed II, to the being "kicked about from pillar to post," which was his 1 prnieipal grievance against Fate. She was' proudly congiatulat'ng herse f upon the triumphant c: urse " t'ie case" must take when she, the mo'her and Kobcrt, the son, fought for their rights against Gwendolen aud hor " poor tool," 'when he claimed her rrr | a tete-a-tete In her secluded and then and there extracted as tnuc.i as he wished to know of her interview with Gwendolen. She fenced deftly I...
FOR YOUNG FOLKS. AT THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
rOll YOUNG FOLl£8, AT THE BALL. "My poor flowers are quite wither ed," little Ida said,; ''They., were., 80 beautiful yesterday evening, and now. the leaves are all-dead. What is the reason?" she asked the otudent, who, was sitting on the sofa, (or she was very fond of him, as he told her all i manner of pretty stories. "Why do ' the flowers look so wretched to-day?" | she asked again, showing him a nosu- : ffay, which was quite dead. "Why, don't you know what's tho . matter with them?'' the student said. "The flowers were at a ball last night, and that's why they hang their heads." "But how can ..that be, for the flowers cannot dance?" little Ida said "And why. not?" the student an . swered. "As soon . as it gets dark, and wc are all asleep, they jump about > merrily enough; almost every night they have a dance/' What the student told little Ida aboui I her flowers appeared very funny to her, and she thought much of it. The flowers hung their'heads, because they were tired, afte...
THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
THE'CKADIiEH FUtli. " BODUB, or no bonus," aajs (bo'Hon. 3. Cook, " the country needs to bare its cradles full." A book-dealing with this subject i^ a, moat informative wfty t.will be appreciated by ? oliildless married. couploiK- It will bo Bont"froa"1f 2&lt;3' fa remitted for postage. Address Dept. 53, Ladies' College of Health. 46 Elizabeth Bt., Mclbourno.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
Send your Printing to the "Guardian" Office* k\\ Ctaitw ef Wgrf in tyut Cbwiwe* THE liifii Swriiii OOMPANi LIMITED Minimr 'STMEr, Hnwouisira. - Chairman ... Hon. Edward Miller 1 'H& IS o MSBINK Accident, Live Stocb, ailct Guarantiee insurance BUSINESS CONDUCTED, JAMES J. HAVERTT, Seoretary Ascato l&lt;a Diotrict " BOBOTS & PAYNE ?Br©&lt;c©!a J&epairs, etc. JT« 2T. BJSEK, Service Street, Olunes, "B 8 Prepared to undertake all kinds _ - of .repaira to. Brooches, including pinsi' ca'toheB, apd points. Mr Beer has - had previous experience in thia work, and guarantees satisfaction. Charges moderate. Repairs executed promptly. The Uorner Store, CLUNES. E. A. LUFF (LATE LUFF BROK;, General Orocer, Win© &lt;& Spirit Merchant. BIG A830BTMENT OF GLASS WABE AND CROCKERY. Medium Tumblers, is the half dazen ; usual price, 4d each. PATENT ROLLER FLOUR MILL8, TALBOT, BEST ROLLER FLOUR, POLLARD and BRAN At Lowest JBattta, GROCERIES -First-cla...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
A Warranted onre for oil Acquired or constitution si Discharges from the Ori« OLABKE'S oar; Organs in either sex These famous Pills alao B 41 care Gravel, Fains in the Baok and all Eidnoy FILLS Disorders. Freo from mercury; Forty years' suoaesa. Sold by i all Ohem and storekeepers throughou' the world. THE MAILS T1MB8 OB CLOSING AND RE CEIVING Mails jIobb at ibe PoBti'Offioe, Clones as follows Talbot Maryborough, Gastlemaine -8 ft in daily Tonrello, Creswick, Ballarat, Mel boameGa m doily Tonrello, Oreswicfr, Ballarat, Mel bonrne-1.10 p m daily Talbot and Maryborough-2,30 pm daily Creswiok and Ballarat-7.5 p m daily Talbot au&lt;£Maryborongh (includes aU letters, &lt;So., for Melbourne)-8 p m daily Glengower-3 p m Tuesdays and Fri A late feo of one penny will be aooep ted after the time fordosing, ond. bj> to the actual cloains of the mail bags Mails reoeived at tho Post oEoo, Clnnea, as follows Talbot and Morybofough-8.46 a m daily Creswiolc. Ballarat, and Melbou...
(ALL RIGHTS RESRVED.) "THE UNWILLING ADVENTURESS." PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER VI. "The race is not to the swift—nor the battle to the strong." [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
IALL RIOHTB RBURVBD.) "THE UNWILLING ADVENTURESS." ~ By ALICE & CLAUDE ASKEW, ' Authors of " Through a Womon'o Hoort," "Qildod London," Voioes from Bhadowland," " Vho fffonoflorsaation of Althea," &o. PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. CHAPTER VI. ''The raoe ia not to the swift-nor the battlo to the strong." . "Do you know I have token a great fancy to you, and I rarely liko woman." Th® speaker was Lady Clara Sacks, and she sitting in Aga tiifc'a bedroom in front of tho fire allowod by. a chilly October. She had come over for a week's visit while her father hid gone to England for .ome pheasant shooting ot his bro ther's place in Suffolk. Agatha had tried. to avoid her co much sa possible, but" Lady Clara would not be avoided. She waa a quietly determined young woman, and, having, apparently decidod in her own mind that sho and the Sup posed. Moira McDonald werotobc c6me intimate friends, had no inten tion of having her piano frustrated. Her manner to Angus was perfec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
;p\ CHAMPIQS BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF Autumn and Winter Goods --.CHOICE MILLINERY VT© are providing larger than usual in this department, and trust to participate largely in supplying Clunes and district. Our Moderat? Ptioes for Ladies' Artistic-Head Attire, compared with high city prices, should be anincentive to purchase locally. OUR MOTTO : Highest Glass Millinery at Moderate Prices. We have secured the services of a competent City Milliner, who will > uphold our reputation as a First-Class Millinery House. Miss M'Donald.is also an expert in the Modern Corset and Under wear demands oi the present moment. We are Agents for DR. JAEGER'S~SANITA.RY WOOL SYSTEM Several Lines Stocked. ?.THE' WORLD'S POPULAR CORSET Is the "P-D.," which we stock in all the Latest Long Models Also, the Long.KABO CORSET. All Makes and Sizes in Stock. GENTS' ~TAJX,©.KING. Don't Forget we are UP-TO-DATE TAILORS. Suits to Order from 34s. 6d. But High-class Tailoring iB our Speciality. Satisfaction G...
Terrible Railway Disaster. FOURTEEN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
Terrible Railway Disaster. FOURTEEN KILLED. A terrible railway disaster, in volving the loss of fourteen lives and ; injury to 30 passengers, occurred at 'Exeter, on the main southern Now South Wales lino, shortly before mid night on Friday. The mail train to Tfimora, which loft Sydney at 8.10 o'clock, crashed into tho cngino of a goods train bound to Sydney from. Jun' C, which had pulled out from tho main line, tho locomotive standing across tho points beforo being shunted on to tho loop line. There was a fog at tho time, and tho signals were so obscured that tho driver of the mail was not aware of the presence of tho other train until ho was about fifty yards from it, and too lato to avert j disaster. The trains met with a ? terrific crash. The first carriage of the passenger train following tho mail : van was lifted bodily from the.rails, i and went through almost the entire : length of the carriage behind it, with ! a hideous roar and smashing of tim j be. Nearly all the occupan...
Clunes Guardian & Gazette THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLIC GOOD TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
THE NOBLEST MOTIVE IS THE PUBLIC GOOD TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1914. At a meeting of the Clunes Schoo committee on Friday evening, the following officers were appointed for the ensuing ' year :-Chairman, Rev: F. T. 0. Reynolds ; trensurer, Mr H. L. Lazarus; secretary, Miss Black - band. It was decided to entertain the Rev. E. T. Lloyd, who will shortly be leaving Clunes, and who rendered valuable service while con nected with the school committee, at dinner at the school on 3lst March. Sir Alex. Peacock, Minister of Education, visited Clunes yesterday, and was interviewed by a number- o£ bis constituents, who brought various matters before him. Sir Alexander gave the usual courteous attention to there interviewing him. No deputa tions from public bodies waited on him On this occasion. A meeting of the Clunes Horticul tural and Industrial Society will be held at the fire station on Friday even ing next, 20th inst., at 8 o'clock. Mr M. 'Williams, representing the well-known Ballarat tailor,...
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
BALLARAT DAIRY PRODUCE ' MARKET. rhillips ana ChoHiiborlain report Butter: Prime faotory prints Is 2d ; lump, Is l'tfdseparator, lOd to 10 l£d j dairy, 8d. Eggs, lid. Bacon: Sides, lid; middles, la; bams, Is' 3d. Honey, 3d to Sj£d. lard, 7}4d, Ohuese, 6j£d to Onions i Brown Spanish, . £8 108,
WELL AND STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Clunes Guardian and Gazette — 17 March 1914
WEIX AND STRONG, What a Brand tninr it is for women to feel well and strong ? The Ladies' Col*, lege of Qea'th baa brought forward a I homo treatment that has restored thousands to health fit a irifling OOBI. Tho>e interested oan find out all aooufc it , if thpy send two ponDy ntamps to Uept( ! 63, Ladies' OollejfH of Health, 46 Eli is* ' betb St., Melbourne