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

X3 gagement I AN Engagement Rina is sn article that is gener ally bought only once. For this reason alona the purchasing of it should have your carofui con sideration We are specialists in the manufacture of Engagement Rings, and when you buy from us you pay no dealers' or warehouse profits Every Ring is made in oui own workshop, and the price asked is the value of the gems and sold, and _ a reasonable amount for the high class workmanship bestowed on the mounting. ^ Our I Get. Half Hoop Rings, set with five fine brilliant diamonds, at £5, are splendid value. If you cannot call and inspect our stock ,just let us have your address, and we will forward illustratioas and full paricuiars, also & fin ger measure card. '-f. Manufacturing Jewellers* Diamond Merchants & Silversmiths 313-317 BOURKE. ST^ Melbourne, j

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

Women's Hostel Recently a hostel was -"-opened in London as a fitting- memorial to the late Lady Curson, who in her short life rendered so much service to women. It was erected by the relatives and friends of Lady. Curzoh, and .is. intend- I ed for women who need a night's loclg- ; in^r and have the money to pay for a : cubicle. The price of a,cubicle is five pence to sixpence a night. Something tasty can be seeure.i for breakfast by paying founjence. The same sum will buy a dinner oil meat, vegetables and sweets, so the prices are well within the reach of the woman struggling to maintain, herself on even so small a salary ?~s 15/ a week. , | There is also a comfortable living1 room, as well as a number of bath rooms. and clothes lockers.

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

. .•! FAItTY ' FROCK A frock suitable for party wear, yet childishly simple. is presented with this illustration. It would-look well in white washing1 silk, with a little hand em broidery at the neck. A good quality of washing silk costs 2/6 a yard.

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

--FRECKL.ES .are as much of a dis- / figurement as are spots and pimples. Therefore, we say, keep the: rslrin cl»mr' pure, and white by the aid of two iaas ter specialities — Vala.se iseaadlying Skin Pood and Novena. Suiaproof and "Windproof Creme. The i'ormer, Valaze, is the wonderful preparation. yy'ihose mission it is to re pair the hurt that sun. wind, and brine do to the skiii.- Valaze will put to rout every freckle, will dispel ta.n and sal lowness, . and - restore clearness . and whiteness to the. skin, and will,. within from a fortnight to a month of its first application, recreate, a complexion that., has lost every, claim to the name. Price, 3/6 and 6/6 a jar, postage Qd. An equally interesting and marvel lous speciality will be found in Noveria Sunproof and , Windproof Creme. ~ It . affprds positive protection to the skin against the, sun as well;aa the wind, and presents freckles, sunburn^ tail, ' sallowness, and chapping of the pkin due to. heat, wind, or weather. Pi-ic...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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KERANG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

KI3RANG CLUB. The Kerang Sparrow and Pigeon Club held two successful £59 Open Handicaps during we holidays. The weather was very fine, and the majority of the birds being a strong flying lot, flew well. The first day's event commenced at 9.30 a.m. and was finished at 12 o'clock. No more shooting was done that day on account of the annual races. The entries totalled 22, the conditions being one nomination £2 and a star. Only three competitors rhissed their bird and starred. On the 5th round 11 shooters were left in and decided to take out their nomination. On -the 13th round four men, O'Donnell, "Karyrie," Myles and W. Fisher remained, and decided to extract another £3 each. On the 17th round Myles and Fisher missed their bird and O'Donnell and "Kary rie" cut up the balance. Results were as follow Kills. A. O'Donnell, Moulamein, 25 yds., £13 .. 17 "Karyrie," Mincha, 26 yds., £13 .. .. .. 17 — Myles, Prairie, 23 yds., £5 .. 16 W. Fisher, Boort, 24tA yds., £5 .. .. .. 16 P. Clayton, Ke...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITH SHOTTED CHARGE JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

WITH SHOTTED. CHARGE JANUARY. L9.—Meibourne-^-Two: Open Handicaps, an. > sparrows and starlings. , 10.—Victoria—Vice-President's Trophy. _ 14.—Benalla—Open Starling-Haadi-cap, L4.—Werribee—Sweepstakes and Outright iro phies. . . r . - 15.—Trafalgar—Open Starling Handicap, 16.—Melbourne—-Pigeon Challenge Cup, -o guineas. .. • 17.—Melbourne—Starling • Plate and Bentleign Purse. . - 17.—Essendon—Open Sparrow Handicap, £!"• 17.—Northcote—Open. Sparrow Handicap, £5. 23.—Melbourne—Members' Doubles Match. 24.—Melbourne—Ladies' Trophies—Sparrows, £25. •" 24.—Victoria—Club Trophy, £5. 26.—Melbourne—Teams' Match, £5; Open Starling Haudicap. £20. 30.—Melbourne—Pigeon Pool and Mackintosh Cup. 31.—Melbourne—Starling Pool. 31.—Northcote—Point Trophy.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITH BALL CARTRIDGE JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

WITH BAIjLi CARTRIDGE JANUARY. 10.—Club events, Port Melbourne and Wil iianistown ranges. 24, 26.—No. 19 Union—Annual prize meeting, Port Melbourne. Entries January 12.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMAN'S WORLD Topics of the Week FEMININE APPAIRS REVIEWED THE FASHIONS OF THE MOMENT (All Communications must be Addressed: "'Pomona,' "The Weekly Times" Office, Melbourne.") Notes From Paris [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

s3S&.. FEMININE' APPAIRS :reviewed THE FASHIONS of THE MOMENT (All Coasmimicatlons must be Addressed: "'Pomona,' 'T*ia Weekly Tinies' Gfflco, Melbourne.") Notes From Paris Trimmings on hats are. going- to be worn higher .and straighter than ever. Earrings are coming into fashion again. They are worn long1, and are richly chased. This winter smart women will dress their hair loosely 011 the top of the head. High jewelled combs will keep it in place, and, by adding -a few jevrelled pins, the effect will be com plete. Line of figure is still the effect most considered. Dresses will continue to be narrow at the bottom with much fullness about the hips. Flounces on evening dresses are mad© to stand out by having a thin wire run through them. American shaped footgear is no: longer worn. The French shape is coming into favor again. All evening footgear shows straps over the in step. Bronze and a color known as "Bleu do nuit',' will be favored for day wear.

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

j JAMES W. ROSIER, Practical Giinmaker. Estb. 1850 Under Royal and Vice-Regal Patronage. CLARKE EUILDINGS, 432 BOURKE ST.. Near Queen street, MELBOURNE, Purchasers who place any value on long practical experience (bo important in the cup ply of arms, etc.) will do well to deal at this establishment for Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Am munition, etc., as every weapon sold is prac tically tested by experts before sending out or handing to Customers. Cartridges, alpo, fresh filled to order. Repairs in every branch of the trade effected, by skilled and competent tradesmen, at the lowest prices consistent with faithful service. Get your Xmas Supplies here. A special dis count will be allowed on Arms during the holidays. Please note address and favor with an early call. L. C. SMITH GUMS THE GUN THAT NEVER SHOOTS LOOSE. Write for New Illustrated and Artistic Cata logue and you will learn all about the Best and Cheap.est Guns Ever Made. - Sent post free to any address. - J. . MUES, Sole Agent. Pra...

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

,8 What Guns Are Offered - At Your .Dealer's? tTOR a horse or dog, you of course go to the dealer who is known to stock thoroughbreds. You have confidence in his judgment. ' So, too, in sporting goods equipment, you may rely on that dealer who stocks Remington-UMC rifles and shotguns. That in a measure, is proof of his being well-informed. Remington-UMC repeating rifles and shotguns are the last word in breech loading arms construction. The clean, trim, thoroughbred lines that make them tbe sportsmen's first choice are the result of designing, which among other things eliminates the protruding hammer and closes the breech. You should be informed on these and other important points in modern gun making. Your name and address on a postcard will bring an explanatory booklet. Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co. Australian Agent, D. D.Bryant, P. O. Box 686, Melbourne New York London . Australian Representatlvfr^-D. D. BRYANT, Box 686 Q.P.O.. Melbourne. SOME BIG WI1IS MELBOURNE GU...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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SALE PRIZE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

SALE PRIZE MEETING. The Sale Rifle Club's prize meeting of £100 attracted abort 120 lovers of rifle shoot ing to Sale. The hotels and boarding houses •were taxed to the utmost. The pro gramme, according to the visitors' version, was car.ried out as well as that of any match in the metropolis. The first shot vras fired at 8 o'clock in the morning, and the bugle sounded "cease fire'" at 7.25. The weather conditions were against high scoring, but the work of the local shots equalled that of interstate cracks. The meeting was a success in every way, especially financially, and the Sale club hopes to offer larger prizes next year. The following are the results:— Match 1.—Junior, 300 yards, 7 shots:—L. Mason, Gelliondale. 32, £1/10/, 1st; R. Adams, ort Melbourne, 32, £1; D. IBessey. Essendon and Flemington, 31, 1276: J. Holden, Gellion dale, 31, 10/; W. Tayson, Port Melbourne, 31, 7/6. ' The following won 3/6 each:—J. Craig, "Wurruk, 30; W. M'Mahon. Castlemaine, 30; H. Hancock. South Yarr...

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

SOMLA TEETH on "ivanite" Plates. Complete Upper and Lower Sets, £4/4/, includ ing free painless extractions. For a limited period only. vAMBLEE'S 129 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, fc — E. DARK & CO. PRACTICAL GUN MAKERS, Establshed 30 Years. 353 LT. BOURKE ST., W. MELB. New Guns, D.B. Breech, English make, Greener Crossbolt, Bar Locks, Pistol Grip, Choke and Modified, from £4/10/, Bargains. Can change if not suitable. Also all classes of Secondhand Guns on Hand. New Stocks Made. Barrels Re-bored or Browned. All Repairs by First-class Workmen. New Barrels Fitted to Guns, and Gun Stocks Siet.and Bent to Any Shape. PRACTICAL MAKER ' REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. 'Large .Stock of Ammunition and.New and Secondhand Guns, Rifles, - &c. B.S-A. .303 Match Rifles. Special Aperture Sights and Requisites. By Special Appointment to the Victorian Police. 'KOTR THE ADDRESS: 363 LITTLE BOURKE STREET. THE SECOND GUN SHOP FROM ELIZABETH STREET. I'—nnnno If Isi Waifo fISf Ifif MARK. Try One of Our...

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

^SWIMMING By "TRUDGSON." The Half-Moon Bay . Club. which has its headquarters at' Black Rock, S&ndringham, was favored with delightful weather for its annual carnival on 'January 3. There was a good attendance, including many ladies. The pier, from which the racing was conducted, was crowded. The afternoon was notable for the fact that F. Beaurepaire, who has not taken " part in racing for some time, made his reappearance. , He competed in the 200 yards. handicap, and, after winning his heat from scratch, finished second in the final heat to G. W. Morris, who had 19 seconds start. The. squadron event, in which four teams competed, was won by Middle Park (36 sec.). Melbourne B and A teams filled second and third places respectively. The-50 yards Black Rock school handicap resulted, in a win for R. Doyle (scr.), T. Stewart being second. ! Two New. South: Wales championships were decided on January 3-at the Domain Baths, Sydney. The 100. yaxds event was won well by A. W. Barry,...

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CURE FOR OBESITY ADVICE BY COUNTESS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

.jj^^WBr FOR .OBESITS" The Countess of Warwick describes fas? ^|itarper's Bazaar'^ <ai simply ' dik piaja; for women who? wish: ts>L ?o<iwe& their weight. She ^writes:— After -having* tried eveVy,"Tmethod jit is opinion that the reducing pro cess can-just as well be carried out fe homisYiUhder the norihal conditions^ of everyday--life. - ■ ' All physicians agreed in the advice, "Cut out starchv siigir^ and; in a less degree, fats." The necessary amount of sleep is permitted, but the earliest hours of risings are greatly to the good, and all. forms of exercise in the ordinary way, such"as waiting, riding, swimming, tennis* and golf,, together with sea bathing- are ^encouraged. These help to cure so long as they are not overdone. The elimination of starch—some 60 percent^ of our food value—is inclined to debilitate, and one must be cautious or a worn, scraggy appearance—most unbecom ing—will ensue, as so often happens to women undergoing a "cure." I wi...

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

.HOW- TO Nl^IJTBAIilSB;" DAHGER OTJS STOMACH A€)IDS Pew-people besides physicians realise the importance of keeping the, food contents of the ^omach free from acid fermentation. Healthy; normal diges tion cannot take - place jwhile the deli cate lining of the stomach; is being in flamed and distended by acid and wind —the results of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fermentation must be stopped or pre vented, and the acid neutralised. For this purpose physicians usually recom mend getting a little bisurated mag nesia from the chemist and taking half a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water immediately after eating. They recommend bisurated magnesia be cause it is pleasant to take, has no disagreeable after effects, and instant ly stops fermentation, neutralises the acid and makes the sour acid food bland, sweet and easily digested. I The regular use Of bisurated mag ! riesia—be sure you get the bisurated, as other kinds of magnesia are of little value—i...

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REST ROBE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

REST ROBE This model will appeal to the woman who likes something- pretty and dainty for a rest robe. It could be made in any shade of satin most becoming to the wearer, with lace frills and Bre tonne net coatee. A suitable quality of satin could be secured at 4/ a yard. Only a short length would be required. Bretonne net (36 inches) is 1/3, 1/6 and 2/6 a yard. A. nice lace for the frills could be bought for 2/6 a yard.

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

t EDic pomade strikes Infest ing vermin dead. One application destroys Vermin, Kills Nits, heals sorea, cures ring worm; 1/, everywhere, or by post—Small, 1/2; ^ large. 2/3; extra large. 3/9. Nit Combs, 6d extra. BKIN, Chemist. East Malvern, Vic. «Mac»a»Bgwgg3—a——amxummBwanw,iMiiMB—awbbtocoawBnsn«at ARE" YOU AS FAT AS • SHE IS ? BP SO, REMEMBER WTLIi MAKE YOTJ THIN. Agents* Foy and Gibson, Collingwood, Mac lellan and Co.. The Big Store, Prahran, Bowen and Co., Swanston street; or direct from S. H. Henshall, 246 Clarendon street, Souls* Melbourne. Bon Ami is inexpensive and con tains no scida — has & thousand uses. * CL-AETON, HODGSON, and CO. LTD., Wholesale Distributing Agents. To prevent dealers buying, Quantities are restricted. One parcel only will be sent to each address. Send for yours TO-DAY. Included is 1 pr. 'Double Bed Size. Splen did Heavy "Woollen Blankets. 1 Double Bed Size Honeycomb Quilt, no dressing, heavy raised design, fringed, 1 Pair Double Bed Sizo Sheets...

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TO WASH A PLUME [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

TO: WASH 1A FLUME Make a suds of ivory *soap and cold water, and Let. the plume remain in this for two or three hours. Then put it into hot water, and allow it to re main about 20 minutes. Next lay it on a clean cloth, and remove any dirt which may remain with a piece of soft cloth or silk dipped in soapsuds. Rinse in five charigres of :hot water; lay on a towel and touch lightly with a piece of cloth rolled up, to restore the curl. When, almost dry shake until fluffy, place in tissue paper and place in the warming oven of the stove to dry. To . curl use an ivory paper cutter on> the dull side of the blade.

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

. THE .DYSPEPTIC'S . HANDICAP . The dyspeptic is sorely handicapped in this Nlife. If he is a man he -can't keep place with his fellows because of the weakness, the depression, and the suffering that indigestion inevitably brings in its train. If a woman, she often finds it impossible to carry but the daily household tasks, or meet the demands of a business occupation be- . cause headaches, distressing bilious attacks, palpitation, and sleeplessness are spoiling her life. " - . " ' >■ The effective remedy for dyspepsia, proved by time and world-wide use, is Mother Seigel's Syrup, the herbal ton*f? and restorative for stomach- liver, and bowels. It is composed of the extracts" of more than ten different varieties of . roots, bark and leaves, which in com bination are wonderfully effective in dispelling indigestion, biliousness, and ' the many distressing ailments which follow in their train. . Mrs Helena Rasmusson, writing from 141 Union street, Newtown, N.S.W., on January 8, 1913...

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WATERSIDE WORKERS NEW LOG PRESENTED. HEAVY INCREASES DEMANDED. NEW AND OLD COMPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 10 January 1914

NEW LOG PRESENTED. HEAVY INCREASES DEMANDED. NEW AND CLD COMPARED. : Employers in the shipping trade -■ de clined to make any statement on Janu ary £ in regard to the new log that has been presented by the Waterside Work ers' Federation. They would net speak >ither as to the probability of its being >greed to, or as to the possible effect on learner fares and freights. Mr W. T. Appleton, chairman of di Betors' of the Huddart, Parker and Company Proprietary Limited, ex plained that as a conference of em ployers ana employes was to be "held in Melbourne next week, it would be unwise to make any comment on-the log. However, he made avav-»Me a ■ comparison, of the present conditions and of those demanded under the new log. PRINCIPAL CLAUSES. The principal clauses by which Mel bourne will be affected are as follow:— Demand.—That the ordinary rale of wages shall be 2/ an hour, with 3/ an. hour'overtime;' tor special cargoes, 2/3 an hour; for freezing chamber.work, 2/4 an hour and 3/...

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