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OUR MONTHLY PRIZE COMPETITIONS. For January CLASS 1. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

OUT*' MONTHLY PREZID COMPST! TIONS.. ' " i t_ ' ' For January CLASS L For Young B'olks Orar 13 aafl Under <s Years.—Two prizes of 2/5 each are offarJr for the best letter on'any subject publish^ tiiis mouth. CLASS n. For Children Under 13 Years.-Two of2/6 each are offered for the beat lettl^s pa any subject published this month. CONDITIONS. ~ Bach contributor must state his or her &»» together with name and address. and writo oh one side of the paper only, or the competiiw will be disqualified.. ... .pernor In judgtng, handwriting, composition, &ad neatness will be taken into account. , All letters from boj's to be. addressed ft' Uncle Ben, and -all lettena from girls to b< addressed to Aunt Connie. "Weekly Times" Office. Melbourne,, ¥ mee

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

PROM GLASGOW TO MELBOURNE. Clark Irving, who lives at Drotrin South, writes:—Dear Uncle Ben,—I will" take tor my'subject "The Longest Voyage I Have Ever Gone." It was from Glasgow to Mel bourne. We started on September 1, anil landed on October 9. We took train from gow to London. When we arrived at the metropolis a tug took us out to the Demos thenes. She was anchored to ; midstream, in the Thaiaes. I had diaaer and hada look round. She was on her maiden voyage. I will try to deseriba her. She had one fun nel, also a triple screw. The ship was of 11,600 tons, one of the biggest to enter the Yarra. . When we sailed past the Naze we were then in the English Channel. We saw the warships as we sailed, .past Plymouth, then on to TenerlSe. We saw Spaniards there, who sold lovely fruit. Teneriffe has a large peak, ML T^neriffe. We sailed away agaih, and reached C«\pe Town. There the passeng ers were allowed ashore. We went ashore {and bo atop did some of the sailors. After I leaving Capet...

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

DOLLY GO. . r Ruby Hore, who lives at Horton, writes Dear Aunt Connie,—Although I have writ lea to you a good, many times, I will write to you 'again. This time I will take for my subject "Dolly Go." Once there was a gkcl named "Dorothy Golder," who was driving with her father, in a gig to the railway station; They were driving a racing horse named Dolly Go. Just as the train was starting away from the station, Dorothy heard the statioumaster calling "out, "The Beaver Brook bridge■ is broken; stop: your train." The enginedriver: could not hear him because" making such" a noise; but ISorptljy J J® &>a?%im.. and she got in' the gig full gallop after the train. "When she cau£M>$P to it and was galloping • past ,the carria^SjUhe ■ people thought she i wja?ItrwaSgfito rtrad&ime train,' so they waved to iier) &a s^e,<. past the-, carriage in Which her rf&ther. was, he heard her sUMtting^ an^Ji^aSpil'p^r out through the window ne.-shoute...

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

WHY DO WOMEN SUFFER SO? The above Is a "question which women ere continually -asking - themselves. It is claimed that nine-tenths of the pain endured by them, .ojuld be avoided, if they followed the advice given in"WomieB's Guideto Health." ^ valu able little medical r book, which will be . sent free to'any address, provided 2d is sent for postage to Dept. B, Ladies' College o£ Health", 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR SHORT STORIES. THE FINDING [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

THE FINDING jjl By Elsie J. T. Houston [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED l It was Christmas eve, but a bleak cola gusty morning, quite foreign to Australian Christmas weather, with its warm winds and. blue, _white-fleck> ed skies, its fading spring verdure and its roses blowing. - Terence O'Neill stood at one of Mel bourne's busiest corners, and looked at the passing crowds with miserable dark eyes. Among them all, there wasnt one familiar face. Not one had ever a nod of recognition or a passmg glance to bestow upon him. t>ix weeks ago he was landed from the big vessel that had brought him to this southland, where they had told him gold was for the lifting, where no one was ever hungry or cold or poor any more, where there were wages boards and^ anti-sweating leagues for the protection of the worker, where the sun was always shining and there were no dark long winters, or driving snow storms, and where — oh! best of all — where Norah was. Ypu see, Norah was his sweetheart, away back there ...

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

NASTY CtJTS AND BRUISES Mather and Daughter Find Zam-Buk cooling an^^o^nfig, !^n^ %'pjtfg power - fullv antise^tfta^-ffj^a^rag the in jury "against"'" the v oisea'se" germs vthat cause ulceration and festering-. T When Zam-Buk' is used, 'smarting pain : stops, inflammation di% down, and the 'heal ing is both rapid and perfect;" . - Mrs. Yette Green, 93 Bpurke street; East Sydney, says have. frequent ly had occasion to use Zam-Buk in cases of accident, and it has proved a x*eal boon to us. ; "One day my little girl Ada got her hand; badly crushed^ in"^l#;:machme, ^one of the : fingers being ■ so badly injured that the nail came off. - The hand was. very inflamed, but ZsChi-Buk soothed the bruised places, quickly healed the $nger, and. caused a new nail to start growing. ' - "Then there was a nasty cut on my right hand, which festered and threat ened to develop, into a -bad state. ^ i dressed the hand' with Zam-Buk, which again proved its sterling merit, healing the nasty cut quickly ...

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

s T9 , U! 1 rs When the Chestnut <r4, ' j By Fergus Hume [ALL. RIGHT?. RESERVED.] "It's either marriage or ruin," said rugged Parmer. Henshaw, looking out of the window at the delicate spring green of the trees, His daughter assented with a sob. She knew that her father had parted with the greater portion of his land, and that the few remaining acres were , mortgaged up to their market value; know also that the interest could not be paid, and that the hard-hearted creditors threatened to foreclose. And unless she consented to marry an old man there was every chance that the farm which had been the Henshaws since the reign of Henry VIII. would pass away into strange hands. Amy loved her father more dearly than ever since the death of her mother, three years previous to this time of ruin and disaster. Yet even to save him from the workhouse she could scarcely bring herself to become the wife of | Sir Francis Bradley. He was old, he was ailing; he. was anything but a | young...

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

THE YELLOW GOD By Frank Lillie Pollock ; When Katmiroff went aboard the coasting- steamer at Constantinople he was pleased with almost everything1. He was pleased with himself for having obtained his present mission— the most important which had ever been entrusted to him during his 20 years of diplomatic life; he was pleased with the Russian Embassy at the Porte for giving- it to him. He was furthermore gratified by the know ledge that his daughter Irene was safe uiiuer the wing of the Ambassador's wife in Constantinople; and he was probably best pleased of all that Howard was no longer in the city. Katmiroff did not like Howard. This was partly due to his nationality, for Katmiroff did not '^.:e Americans, though long ago, while an attache at Washington, he had married an American wife. The poor lady, per haps, found unexpected features in i diplomatic life; at any rate, she had now been for 10 years in Pere La chaise Cemetery, above Paris, and her daughter, after an exhaustive ex...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS (From the "Government Gazette" of Jan. 7). [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

- -y;:;<■ (Prom the "Government Gazette" t>f Jan. ?)• BEAUFORT.—Bay mare,. biack points, blaze | on face, collar marked, near side hip dis- j placed. Red heifer, white on face and belly, like )—( near ribs. To be sold on January 31. H. Norman. ^ BERWICK.—Yellow Jersey cow, springer; red yearling heifer, white belly—both no visible brand. ■ Jersey heifer, piece > out top off ear; black and white heifer, piece put top off ear—both like WB (reversed) milking rump. To be sold on January 30. A. Chalk. ! BEVHRIDG-E.—Strawberry cow, bald face, no visible brand. To be sold on January 28. R. Thane. OAMPBRDOWN.—Two red and white steers, about 18 months old, no visible brand. To be sold on February 3. James Little. OOBURG.—Bay gelding, star, like JH (con joined) near shoulder. To be sold on Janu ary 31. G. Hyde. KATAMATITE.—Black gelding, four years old, upstanding hack, like'G near shoulder. To be sold on January 30. . J. B. Bradstreet. KILMORE.—Dark-bay or brown pony horse, ...

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

'Bat gains In Musical - Instf t$ineiits. AUTO HARPS EASY TO LEARN EASY TO PLAY FREE INSTRUCTION WITH EACH INSTRUMENT. No. 1.—A handsome, well-finished in strument, 18 in. x lOiin., 20 Strings, 3 Manuals; 15/, post free. Accoffdioiis , The World-famous "DUDLEY" No. 1— Mahogany stained mouldings, 10 nic kel keys and- pallets, nickel corners, 8-fold double bellows; post free, 10/. Concertinas ORGAN-TONED CONCERTINAS. : < To. 4.—Rosewood Style Tops, 10. German Silver Keys, 8-fold bellows j 10/6 post • free. " MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OP ALL " KINDS. Illustrated Lists Sent Post Free. A. P. SYKES 272'i^lfte'^ColSMs ■' /-..Melftoiirne you can become, a Hypnotist in a few hour's time without leaving your home. You can sway the minds of others, , control fellowship and affectiou, cure disease and. had habits gratify your ambitious, anvd produce amuse ment by the hour. My mammoth Illustrated Lesson^ or Key ; to - Hypnotism*, which . I - send free of charge and postage pajd, will tell vo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FIRST LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

.'a FIRST LETTE-R. Alay .MvKenzie.- who - lives, at WonwoadaH Fi., via Horsham, ..writes:—Bie.ar.. Aunt/Connie.-— . * This 5s the first, time I /h^ye written to you.. i - have not-..seenV^aay^ietiers^fr^m'.'this, part, ■ ■■;. so. I thought 1 would like to write to you. ... Vi'e are -having.-.very ho.L: v/e'ather just now. My father bc-ught a -new reaper a.hd binder,.: and he.is cutting 'the ' Crop.. Wa'"only/ put _ > in'between £0 and 30 acres, just enough fur Uay • to feed the stock.-; We 3?ave. a good inany sheep being shorn. . We," had - very" cold and showery weather when -we, were _. shearing.* I, like: to watc-h the shearing. I - Viave net besn to school for over a year, as i have not been well enough to go.. l.; was in .« the fourth grade, when I left. I like school, and .wish I could go We are milking three cows, and we get a lot of milk from' them. :-:y favorite' pasiime .is"-reading. We. have i>l wbite Leghorn/.chickena. There'are a lot of snakes and lizards about ne...

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

SHOOTING By ; ("The Weekly Times''; is; the official the. Gun Clubs' Association, G. Coolc, non*:; secretary,. Secretaries of clubs are request ed to forward their fixtures .and reports for, insertion . in these columns.) (Any offence against the Game La"ws _snou . be reported to the ,game protection aepart ment of the Association. - Such information "Will be regarded as confidential.

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

HATPIN HOXlDEB Hairpin holders, which may u haus besi&e the dressLag-tablo ^ In us0i or rolled bj> and tocked 8^% in a ipomor when sot needed, ar$ made M a single strip of ribbon afc^ half a long by eight Inches wta^ ^phA upper end ia caught c?«r ^ ©range5 stick of the ame ieagth as the ^iOth of ribbon ana equips with fihort hangers of narrow satin ribbon,, while the lower end is upward for about a finger's da^ and divided into three pockets, spectively £°r long, short, and m%» fj^Tan -sized hatrpins. LADY STANLEY Photo, by Dorothy Hickliag, Loodaa.

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

VERY EXCEPTIONAL VALUES % M JfS\ S'ilS f *$% & %■ ~ rS*j ^ ^ '' * ^5"%* ^ "1° # •-* k -«$ -$iT? ! jNr £>f®t 2Sk &• *i «5i» -5* V I . £d ^s» 5®* 4? s£*s . ,.„ _, ^ _. 2§ «3 I'-S^' £€✓ klUiplOlS!? I Hw Ipll /;r\ / •'- ''-'^ f The following are amongst tlje most exceptional values we hiive ever of fered in Boys Wear. The garments are smart and sum mery, well made, in excellent wear ing. gxw>d washing fabrics, the prices very special indeed for such high grade wear. K(X; 2.—BOYS' FvASHING..TUNIC SUITS, iu exim sirong brown linen 4/1 to 12, were •6/5; now NO. 4.—BOYS' WASHING .TttNIC SUITS, in grey striped lustre,'of" a verv superior quality, double-breasted, sailor collars, sizes 1 to 4. were 12/6* aow ... .V NO. 5.—BOYS' WASHING SAILOR SUITS, ta Bjtowa and Drab Holland, well mati<? and finished, an ideal suit for school-wear; siz«i, 5," 6, and 7, were &.'£;• -now ;•. .. .,. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...J ..... ' NO. C—BOYS' WASHING SAILOR BLOUSES. krjKt...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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GOLF. By "MASHIE" [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

By "MASHIE" Holidays are over for most folk. Golfers have been fairly busy in the past .week or two, many taking part iti competitions on seaside courses. , , . • • Port Fairy Club's tournament was most successful; The weather jgenerally was favor able, and the .attendance at the links on 'each day of-tho meeting was large.1. Re sults:— . ' V V;.. Men's Doubles, 18 holes, stroke play:~N. Whitehead and A. P. Officer, 82—5—77; A. Y.' Yanner and D. Calvert, 88—7—81; Ivo Whit ton and O. Edgar, 80——f* .4—84; J." A. M'Leod and J. H. Murray, S6—2—84; P. H. Tullett and T. Parkinson/99—15—84; H. • M'Kenzie and D. W. Moroney, 102—18—84; H. 0. Mer ett aad M. R. Brown, 97-^-13—84; G. L. Hardie and A. Hardie, 91-6—85. • Mixed Doubles, 18 holes,' stroke play.—J. H. Murray and Mrs Youxlgman, 88—7—81; D. L. Dowdell and Miss Officer, 103—15—88; D. Cal vert an<3 Miss A. Whitehead, 106—18—88; Ivo Whitton and Miss Youngman, 91—2—89; S. B. Holden and Miss Kell, 108—19—S9; " R. J. Hor wood . a...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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LADY ARTHUR STANLEY WIFE OF NEW GOVERNOR CHARMING WOMAN CHATS 92 Fleet street, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

WIFE OF NEW ^YERKOR CHARMING WOMAN CHATS {FROM OUR LONDON. OFFICE.) 92 Fleet street, Dec. 5. '.5 '... - Mrs ^Hartley, wife of the Hon. Arthur Stanley, the new .Governor of Victoria, : is .a great-^andiaanghter . of J^hni Kemble, the famous philologist and his : torian, the friend of Tennyson, who studied under Jacob Grimm and whose mind appears to have been as much saturated with German philosophy as at is usual to-day to say is that of the seliblarly X^ord Haldane. SIR ARTHUR STANLEY Photo, by Gv C. Beresford, Londoa Although slight and ■ .girlish in ap- j pearance, the future peeress is the; mother of three bonny children. She | has' a clear skin, fair hair, and blue j eyes, and will probably-be one of the | - 'youngest and most beautiful of the J many gi'kcious and charming chate-. laines -who have reigned at State Go vernment House. - She has lived most of her life in Eng land, although she knows Italy and •Sicily well, most of her holidays abroad having been spent in these coun...

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

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Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HINTS FOR TRAVELLERS PRESERVING ONE'S LOOKS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

HINTS FOK TRAVELItEKJS PRESERVING ONE'S IX>OKS Why look unprepossessing1 while tra ; veiling? This is the season for holiday ■ making. It means long journeys by train, and yet, tired and dusty as one may feel, after hours spent in a railway compart ment, there are ^some travellers who can emerge spick and span at the place of destination, while others look tum , bs.ed and dishevelled., their complexions wan and dull, and an a-ir of neglect about their appearance which is most unbecoming. As a matter of fact, every woman, ! young or old, provided she likes to ta&e ' a little trouble, can present an attrac : tive appearance even after many days' train Journey, and the "Traveller Beau tiful' is also the woman who follows ; the laws of hygiene, inasmuch as per feet cleanJjiess, and a certain attention to diet are the means by which she can i keep th© radiance of her complexion en route. The right'dietj after all, is the first secret of beauty. Digestion attended . to, she can...

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

Hospital -Bazaar To aid the Alfred Hospital, a basa&r will be given. in the City Hall, Prah ran, on April 1—4. A cottage in _th© Armadale district, an oak table, a pony, and a silver ser vice are among the many attractions offered as priaea in the raffle sections. Mrs. Elizabeth Young- is acting as hon. secretary. Letters addressed to her, 40, Town Hall, Prahrsui, will re ceive, attention.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NOTES Engagements [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

Engagements The engagement is announced of Miss Marjorie Kauffmann, sec ond daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Kauffmann, of Majestic Man sions, Fitzroy street, St. Kilda, and Mr Albert Brown, of the Foreign Office, London. The engagement is announced of Miss Ada Waipole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Waipole, of "Wimmera," Gee long', and Mr. Tom F. Kempater, only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Kempsteiv of "Woodlands," Brighton. Miss Kina Sichlau, of Angiesea, who left Australia last May for. a two years' tour, under the chaperonage of Mrs. May Banks, has written to Mel bourne friends announcing' her en- j gagement to Lieutenant W. de Burgli, i El.N., London. An early date lias been fixed for the marriage celebration. -

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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