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WHITE HOUSE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

SWHITE HOUSEI WEDDING. Mi ss. Jess e Wilson, daughter.. of Presi dent Wilson, who (writes our American coprrespondent) on 25th November was mar-: ried at WTashington to Francis .Bowes Sayre, is the thirteenth White: House bride. She is a. young womau of attractive per :soriality, widely known for~ her. interest in charity, and particularly for settlement work in Philadelphia. For the' last two years she has been a member of the na tional board of the Young WoVmcn's Clhris tian Association. Sayre, who is 28, two yeamr his wiife's senior, is a lawyer, atnd has eerved a year in the office of the district attorney of New York, buit he pre ferus educational work, and is now the as sistant to the president of Williams. Col lege. In 1900 lie acted as peronal as sistant.to Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell to do hospital work along the coast of Labrador. The weddting was as brilliant an affair' as it is possible to have in the United States. Ithe entire diplomatic coap, attended in thleic resplendent...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIRST DAY'S RUN. SYDNEY TO GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

- ~FDtIfT I)AY'S IUN. SYDNEY TO GOUILUJUIN. The first rider to strike trouble was \V. E. Pe'crill (Kcrang), aaho receivad a iasity 'tulf nieair Iledfiern Tailway station, chlrogli' skidding on ?otoc tar spread uponi the train track, and susti'.ing injuries to hi; arn:;s, leg5 aind ear. D).'spite the wi-hes of a kili:lly polleenia i to aciomlrj:any hitni to . ho.-pital, l'iacrill continued his journey-. 'unictuires were pilctiful. owing to tle rough state of the ro:mat; nlc? the ii,.avy 'ii'n:d niar Picto'i cuI'-I e innullelra~lle it , fortull:na tly \\wit out iujiry to the rider. Whlien tivieli :i . down hill it the rate of forty mnlc.s a: hoIur, A. (Xrn \':hI, :a Tasnianian rcplrnc ttivet , wI s u!ifol!llcrtunat in I::,:ing a t)yre rome oif, throini in iier a fence, ha:ily EnllihlntL hgis In:Clhillo, iiii 11ie rider rrceivitllg itiniy s?o\re ar?ac ac icd , ohi chl firciT'l liL retlirelrlt fritin lthe coliteat at GCoulllulrli. 11. (;"orgue (Mlcllbouirne), alo lhal a fill a few iiile...

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AVIATOR AS DUELLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

AVIATOR AS DEDLLST. Mf. Vedrines, the hero of the gr:at' flighlt by aeroplane .foom .Paris .o Cairo, i? 1ikcly to figh.t a duel on his retrn 'hiome.. As ithe outcornc 6f a .recent equalhile, M,.I ei lines struck the French aviator, i1. ilux- on the 'face. Hc refused ,M. Roiux's demvnll for a duel, on the ground thalt thie latter had di graced' S'iance. cM. Quinton, p;resideanotof --the Frcch Aerial TLague, yesterday telegraphcd ? o 3: VpCd rinrs, "You must fight the-dual or reiurn." M. Vedrines replied b.y telegraph, 'I will fight you when I return."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

::The Success and undoubted superiority ..of... * in the Sydney-Melbourne, and Adelaide - Melbourne Motor Cycle Reliability Contests' was most pronounced-". .. these Reliable, and Durable Tyres easily giving the besI, .-result. ". .- IT PAYS TO. USE THE BEST! "". OBTAINABLE ALL AGENCIES "DUNLOP RUBBER CO., All States & N.Z. THE RENAULT Is acktnow ledged throughout tho world to be th finestc and most poiutl.r Car :.:.. Imade In Europe. Its principal featulcs are Strenigth. Efficiency and Durabllllty. TIERE'S NO CAR LIKE IT FOLR LAJNG SERVICE. :' Itcndin purchasers .. hbould 'lnspect nltest four Models., 'vL..i h.p., 13.9 h.p., 15.~ h;p. and 20.1 h.pr' t ' Othor Fnamous Car handlpd by aun are the , ' WOLSE-LEY ROLLS.ROYC~E , MINERVA STUDEBAKER . i TALBOT STANIDAIRD . . ALBIONI (Commercial).. TRIAL RUNB AnRANGED,. Priei Lints on Appllontion. "ELLOW-FALKINEB MOTOR CO . THL S Show Rooms . 45. . OURKE T. Ooe... , a ,rag. and Factor. .. 206 RUSSELL ar.. If SIlDhOURNR. i' iiii~l::j....

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AVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

M·- s~nrifrs$ oke ini aic at preieit co struct i.n a.. ne, ~.9 t. rigid air si .to the odie-. of tiit' iiisli Covernment. it th`bir ;,oiks at Barrow: 'I. vessel is designed to develop a speed of' 53 I miles an hour, froim ngiues of l00 horEe-po-wer. It is .50 .feat in lengtlh, anl the gas enveloCU' habs a capacity of 850,000 cubic feet. Acconatied- i tion is provided for a crew of 15 bnd for fuel stores 'sufficient for a journey of 31 hours. 'j'hL air sliip will carr' thiee guns on a suopended platformn, and two on the suntnit of the ]all. Messrs. Vickers-Maxium will also shortly deliver three air ships of the Parsei'al type, which will each carry a crew of twelve, with two guns. ML. Gustanve l!iamel, the notedt irmani on 2ndl January looped the loop in an aeroplane, with a lady, Miss Trehlawke Davies, as a passenger. Miss Davies is the first wonman to experience the sensation of looping the loop in an aeroplane. Mr. A. W. Jones, who was injured near-Ade laide last week, owing to hi...

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ADELAIDE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

ADELAIDE TO .1ELBOURNE. 'ihe last stage, of the motor cycle?reliability. trial from Adelaide to Melbourne ".as 'completed on Friday, ht'en ten competitors reached M11-, botirne witlioilt loss of points..-The trial war re markable for the fact that onl3y one competitor I1.' R. ogler, w\vhol roke the forks of -his mta chin'. at Kiin-'ston, and hald engine trouble, at Robe-droppid out of the contest. The arrival of the cyclists from Adela'de did not attract the same attention from the :public as did the finish of the Sydney to Melbourne trial, and only -the officials of the Victorian club and a few chance spectators 'watched the finish. The lagt control was stationed opposite the lf;iy Market, at .the junctioq of Elizabeth-street and Flemington-road, and shortly before noon Mr. Briicc, secretary of the Adehlide Motor Cycle Club, who ha'l accbin pauied the riders over the route, arrived to check the time of the finishes: At 12 'o'clock A. W. Harris and C. I. (hurchward passed the contro...

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NOTES FROM THE TRACKS. FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

NOTES FROM THE .TRACKS. BY OUR RESIDENT GOORRiePONDWST8S FLEMItNGTON. - SBnlawarra" 'has reonmed -work after his. •spedl, loo'king very well. -. Tintage' is.to be added to the list and' turned out.for a spell. Atticer is still an absentee, owing to his £ill at Balllarat on 27tih -ult. Braiseur has ibeen sent to Camperdown for a. rest, and hBi box in George Cole man's stable will be .occupied by Albbey C(2rag.' : St. Becs and Flaith have said good bye to. tLe Gurf, and both are unimder orders for Mr. Jo.hn T:lrnbull's station in Northern Queensland, where the pair wiMl go to the Etud. :Seobie has again put Orvijeto into l-orlk. This mare is most unfortunately -named, .ai tihefec is a horse by ;te .Engl'is,'h sire O)r-iet now. Tacing -in Victoria, vi., M?r. J. N. M'Artha1r's imported .i&truscan. FoCtunate ly for future- cormpilers of .tabulated pedi g'reks Etruscan is a .g:ding. Scotch Malt and Sir Prim, who have been spelling- at .Dr Dickenson's paddocks,. .Green Vale, harve ...

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LAST DAY, 1st JANUARY. WANGARATTA TO MELBOURNE, 160 MILES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

LAST DAY, 1st JANUARY. ; Wt.LTGARATTA TO MELBOURNE, 100 MILES. Thirty .ompctitors out of the 13 who started on this, the linal day's run, had not lost a point, ind the road being ill fair order it .was nlot e'x-. pected by the controllers that not many more of the riders would lose points, but on checking ihe can'ds at Coburg seven more competitors were found to have points debited against them, two under most ullnforullatei circumstances, vih., L. V. Palmer, Sydney, who, owing to his sportsmain ike action in assisting J. Fair, who had torn the nail of his thumb off, and also received a pune tured tyre which hlie was unable to ripair and called on Palmner to assist himi. Pailmer at the time had 20 minutes to cover six miles, but on arriving at Seymour he found tlhat he was 3 min utes late, and was penalised; that number of poin.s. l':m!ner's action was. a iio0t generous olle, and wat applauded by the othler competitors. Peverill, the first man to strike trouble in the contest, alan ...

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VICTORIAN SPORTSMAN ABROAD. MR. R. G. CASEY'S TRIP TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

VICTOR?llJA BPORTSMUA1N A BROAD. M. P G. CXASEY'S TRIIP TO ENGLAND. After an absence of close on twelve months in E:iglgand and on the C(ontineJt, MI7. 11. G. Casey, chaiirman of. the Victoria Racing ( luob, returned to Melhbouro e on MIouda"y by R.M.S. Morea. . Mr.'asey had a very enjoyable. trip, which was .morst beneficial from a health point of view. Whilem in England Mr. Casey met inay'i 'ictoriarns, including Mr. Wltcer ]runton,i Ml: C, L. M'Donald, Me. J. V. Smith, who retuitraedl a. ew -weeks ago, and othecr well known sportsmen; while hIe 4ls;o spent :saome time in the comnpany of Mr. Lionel: Robinson, an old Mel'ouulian, w ho, with Mlr. l-hrk, is a prominent patrion of the tllri in England. )iscnssinig the sporLt of racing, in which, of coursle, he is keenly int'ereslted, hMi. Ca,,y, stited that lie 'had seei ,a; good deal of iacing in England. He had iiitnessed the Derby., St. Lieger ald other impo'tant events run at Newmairket, and haid also visited some of the pliroprie...

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THIRD DAY, 31st DECEMBER. GUNDAGAI TO WANGARATTA, 165 MILES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

LITIIRD D YX .~s DE CLMBER. : t-Or i TO M :MIL .Ornlthi~s:section it vas anticip itcd thnt the weed in~u d out of conmetitors: would takle place, as . it inlcludes tliehldreaded trctch of roads between Tir buttia. ld:; ~.ennrahtn .. l fdrtnoighat prerious to thc coiltest"thel co?ipany'i s rcpresentltive reported tlhit' this section Was. i.a a deplorable ..state, -the ian?di plases .being six-i nccs i!eep ad almnost m;ideable, but fortmunately fori the riers lheavy rain .fell the .night previous, andl vastly improyed the condcitic·is, and, as remarked by E. Tyler, of. Sdney-lel1bourne record breaking famne, Tair cuttl a wias' "'good." It. Glanfield (N.S.W.) doe ·cided to;rcthrd' a?id 4'J competitors started on this lon' ,stretch .-:.A control was at Germanton,.anul aimongst thos- wxho .failed . to re:ort were:-S. Gi:'ahan (V.), whliy ipped out seven splokes coniui down :i hill at Kyabra River, and . Murr:. (N.S.WV.), who:had trouble withl the carburetter and jet of his:ibiachine..W. ...

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THE GIMCRACK DINNER. MR. E. HULTON'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

THE CIMCR.ACK, DINNER. MR. E. HULTON'S SPEECH. The hundred and forty-seventh annual dinner of the Gimcrack Cluib was held at the Station Hotel!, York, on Friday, 28thl November, Mr. James .nMelrose, chairman of the York tace committee, presiding.; The principal guest was Mr. E. Htulton, the I winner of this year's Gimcriack Stakes with his colt: Stornoway. This is the third year in succession that Mr. IHulton has enjoy:ed this distinction. In replying to the toast of The Winner of the Ginmcrack Stakes, proposed in .complih nmentary _teams by 1 Viscount Downe, Mr. Hulton said they ought to be getting fairly well acquainted. He felt almnost like say ing, "Here we are ?again,' fo'r this was the third .consecutrie year he haid had the honor of replying to the teat of the even ing. Ie had several horses- engaged in next year's race, and they might have to put up with a fourth consecutive reply from him. Habits once cintracted are very diftieultto overcome, and ie confessed he found the G...

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GOULBURN CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

GOULBUIUN CONTROL.' Points Lost.-Ortner, 52; W. S. Edney, 1; A. Foley, 13; F. F'irman, .b; 11. RIicketson, 25. Retired.-L. Cornwell, S. lagney, N. Ljjndcn, E. Uncr. SECOND DAY'S RUN. GOULIUIUN TO GUNDAI, 120 MILES. The roads on this section were particulairly good, anid very few minor troubles were reCported, al though the heat mnade riding uncomfortable. The first coitrol.was at Ya~,,0.O miles, where F. Ort ner lost a further 25 pliints owing to a fall. Dc llndro, winner of the Goulburn lill Climb, aloi fell, breakiiang the :orks of his nachline, and no retir-d at Jugiolng, 'here~ lunch wais parlaken 0o by the comipetitor., a?d a straiight-out speed hill climb was held, the hill beiing 4-5'th of a milc, with an altitude of 250 feet, and 39 riders com peted. The following is a list of riders who lost pointr on this .sction:. . Smitht, 42; R. iPennmell, 41; N. Saunders, 5.; IF. )cla,:dro. . Itetiled Go.--o odoll, i . -lll chuib, result, wn?ic:. i,, to be 'dee?nl??n, folslnda, is not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

~ecome anr Ejipe and3 MABEE BIORIE MONEY. W5e su~n teach you t.oroenghly -rghti in y our I homne. Ozr systern has f rbve a great .auerer: 'I31e conres ?rinhde Mathenmaiti, Drawing, Preparaiion of the pecific~atio-e_, &.. ~Ierm up-to-dte metltods, and be su·cessul. Senl r for il .partichlars; and -e wvhxt we ean-d~ for you. Write ~for a fre copy of Prospectus L to-day, while you tuink of ·t o Stott's Correspondence College, * 51 MARIKET-STRlEET, MEtL1BOUuINE. - ;~ePu~-,- L·- -UY d~IJI1)j; . ~11 AT HOME~ FUWIH G.. T~E ~Go.,THt3E~ MC~ONEY~T-SAV`ING toalc, 6,'l) catre. ' t i L :~ 3' T nit ti· . li~l:~rt, f'ltaoyr. 3z~~~~~~t;1~ .9U Ctp1-tu, IIhlI.42I 4'fG f4·c'dryro a!1. ltinnlhr\ wici. A3)1, In 2.12 C!:~ il~t ~ionl- s il~vt , So~ut c I tmdournec. VUI C.'I'\l.(~ 'E.A'O CE13 V13EllccI O APICA't ION. - Crc~-tilt i an lit Arraiid.Cr>tiktoIatv. SAON SPA ILATIE Nature's Best Tonic. Tiry it. . .GOLLIN and Co., .AGENTS

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

CYCLONE POULTRY GATE 6/ Complete With h / Hinges and Catch. U/ 3 ft. x 4 ft. 2 ft 6 in. x 5 ft. 6/i Complete. In. Pipe Frame, '/2 In. Netting, 1/ Per Foot Extra for Added Height STRONG-VERY CHEAP. CAN BE HUNG IN A FEW MINUTES. CYLCONE Prop. Ltd. 459 SWANSTON-STREEI', MELB. The bast way to.prevent I cut finger from fosteoring i? to clouneo the wound, how- . evor bsin.ht, and then appll Zar.-Bu k, which is a power.ful . antin.opizc and .g-rm'- killer Zam-Buk i a ?putr praeparation,' which when applied to thobroken': lkin,purlfies the wound,and then proceods to hbal with kew heailthy skin in a quick and perfect rmanner. ZamBuki is always ready for use end alwayo reliable. 116 antl 3/6 per pot. "RUBT I~T I

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BURNLEY EGG LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

BURNLEY EGG LAYING COMPETI. TION The results of the Third Egg-laying Competition at turnley for wxeck ended 2nd aJnuary: Week. Pirevious Total to Owner.. Total. Date. 3. II. Gill 0.z .. 9 .. 3194 .. 1223 0. J. Beatty .. . 8 *.. 1102 .. 1130 F. IL. Bridge .... .. .. 32 .. 1055 .. 1117 Thirkell and Smith 1. .. 26 .. 3090 .. 3110 T. A. Pettigrovoe .. ..0.. 7 ..31087 .. 1094 W. G2. Swift .. .; .. .. 33 .8 1057 .. 1090 E. A. Lawon ..o... 24 . 9107 1081 II. M'Kenzie .. ao.o .. 1030 A. Ross .. .. 33 3019 2012 C. 1. Bersiesisscr . &. .. s . 041 .. .-105', A. l1. Mould ., .. 8 .. 28 .1024 . .1052 G. WV. Robbins .. . 37 .. 1014'.. 1051 J. E. Bradley '. .2019 0 3 019 4 J. S. S3otswood .. .; .29 1107. . 1336 Jno. Camlpbell 23 3013 .. 1036 George Eidwards. .. 35 1000 1035 IV. Fealther·stonc.. . . '4 , 09 1029 IB. w. Rope . . 08. 1 Pr. Wi. Noyc .6 3188 II. iandury .o 077· ; 1012 Sitrzk Bros. .. 81 910 . -30'9 ]ledfurn I'onltr'y tnii 01 ~ 1& C. Yephurn Yea..Pty. .'9rm 35 .. .. 7 10...

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QUEENSLAND EGG LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

QUEENSLAND EGG LAYING COM pETITION. The ?-eort on tim Egg-laying Competition in Queensland for December says:-The total num her of eggs lhid during thle nionth was 5213. Very hot weather commenced on 3rd Deembenr, andl on the 10th was 114 deg. in the shade. The laying fell off in consequence, hut during the latter part of the month we had ideal weather, andl the hens improved inli their lay13ing To hens died of heat apoplexy, and.all othlers were savel by free u.se of water. Moritz Bros. Win the monthly prize. The. following are the individuld records:- ' Dc. Totals. D'o 'Potals. J. R. Wilson ............. 130 .. 1202 A I. r. Padnman, S.A ...... .. 138 . 100( Moritz. Bros., S.A. .. ...... 15 .. 1180 Loloma Poultry Farm, N.S.W .. 140 1171 T.. Fanning ... .; . . .. ... 140 i.. l6 0.K. Poultry Yards ....... 124 1190 -alnge Poultry Farm: ... *.... 140 ... 1137 T. El~nn d1104 T. 1). England . ... .. ,,- ,..13 .. 11n E. A. Smith .... . .. . .. 137 .. 1103 Ii. Burns .. . . *.- * . ; .. . 1...

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EGG FARMING IN VICTORIA. HATCHERIES WANTED. WHAT AMERICA IS DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

ECC FARMINm IN VICTORIA. HATCHERIES WANTED. WHAT AMERICA IS DOING. BY IIOrSPU R. A good many years ago I was the first en Australia to show how a market could be obtained in England for the. surplus eggs of Australian hens. At that time the GCovernment was isfduced to malke experi meintal shipments to London; and it' was shown that our eggs could be re-idily car ried in cold storage and sold at current Plices 05o, the English market: The object was to develop an export trade, but sinca then we have never 'had any surplus worth talking about to consign away from the State. As a matter of fact,, the supply seldom exceeds the local demand. Eggs are so largely u~ed for varotis ananufactur ing purposes, as well as for the table, that they are always a, salable comnmodity, and are such an economical morning meal that. they are never a drug on the market. ])ur ing recent years many large egg farms have been set in motion m various districts close to the cit?, and thPse engaged in egg farmi...

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MANAGEMENT OF POULTRY. HOUSING AND CONFINEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

MANACEMENT OF' POULTRY. HOUSING AND CONFINE MENT. .At the Sydney .conference of poultry breeders; Mr. :G. N. iMann. recad a paper on the managemient, housing itnd confine-. mnnt of poultry.. \When starting..poultriy fanning, said Mr. Mann, under the ordi nary methods employed in the subuiabbl districts,. which may be described as a system of small roosting sheds :with runs attached, and feeding a wet mash in tlhe morning, with grain at night, andt possibly: green feed at mid-day, a mnan will find, when he has about 500 layers, that he has al-o reached the one-man limit--that 'is, provided he gives themnthe attcntion ile cessary to get thiebest results; and should he wish to still further-increasce his plant and stock, he is faced 'with the alterna ti'rei~,"'either of employing laboi, Whichl is.of doubtful merit at this stage,. or. adoptfng some othei- method of feeding and caring for his afock, whliieti wil1 so reduce the time and labor at' present necessary to. properly care for th...

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HINTS FOR BREEDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

HINTS FOR BREEDERS. S:;eli. thie breeding y-ards. /- ' .: ".;Egg. shoould be gathered daily. : LJoolk out for gapes at lthis seasof. :Doni't he surprised wheui. your foi-ls go into I1oult . --Cleamnliness. must be observed ii, tlic roosteing places. . 'Green cut.bone is good for egg produce hion.in co!(1 weather. D•on't ovcrond tihe jloultry runs. Over cirowding means disease: If,.-.ou hlouse the -moulting fowls they will ome .tl!rou~h the moult -ouicek- thlln Lhen. left out mn olpen rdn.s - 'All breeds of ponltwy hie. tlhelin purpose; do not despise any'v 01o fan'cyyours ale the only' pebblhs on the bech. - • ,or er'amm in fobl?sv legs; -it is best 'to gcititly rib :1he liiibs v with cuealyptus" oil, • a(d kee'ftlie birdsb in a dry, warm.~ lied;. ":Fine creek shail is the best .-insectieide itha' mcan bei furniahed to a. floclk.of poultry. (ivI:them'- .bin box .of this-o. ;to allow in, aitl lice ie.ull be tfew and far betwien." :1le hobje't :. of Iraisfig .fowls on a. com merel; i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

4S(T LQi.'.ELY .Built: Up on a Solid Foundation of'Fac't ~ild Striight Out fronm the Shoulder Talk it:eBure.as ,of W. W. SCOTT. ., f.nScott says his ANDALUSIANS, WIIITE OCKS T AN GAIIE, PELKIN DUCKS, are good Sbu ' 'ii can ,rely upon It simply .becauo he is rrhot i"t lthegame for fun, and having 1i yean!. soliti'"ixpeiefii'e, he knows the value of the goods he'o~ffersltn a:'triety. But rwhenh.'tolls :you. that THE MATC1ILES9 WfITEBIlUNNElt DUCK, as bred by him ,foi egg Sprrduction,;:i:s the best piroposition for profit in leatr1ared stockF.you have the essence of his 'ex -eclune. Splepted f . pecinens, correctly Inmated, 21/ Each,,. coped. F.0.B., rail.. Cheltenham, . i&S;?.' White ,ltunners, 10/6.an' 21/. per setting of y12," ca?,:fully.pac;ked; infertile replaced it re tunifed 'ca'rri ' paid to Cheltenham for inlsp'ection; ]6 eggfi to setting inter State to save rep!lacing. OTHERI BREEDS 'kept by me," 21/ anil 68/ per setting, .utder .same terms. Standard speoimens bred fo...

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