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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

IP®- ®^s I An Interstate Fleet—Melbourne Steamship Coy. 11 It is only a few years since the Melbourne Steamship Company entered into the Interstate Trade, and already its fleet of black-red-black funnelled Steamers is well-known throughout Australia. Its most important Liner is the Steamer Dimboola, a very handsome vessel painted grey, and one of the finest seaboats on the Coast. The Passenger Accommodation of this Steamer is most up-to-date and comfortable, in fact comfort is the leading feature of all the Company s Steamers. The Saloon is on the bridge deck, and each Cabin is fitted with a wardrobe and drawers, and has a large square hinged window instead of the old fashioned porthole. This Steamer is fitted with Marconi Wireless. On 2 of the best known of the fleet is the Sydney, which regularly does the round trip to Tasmania, thence to Sydney via Eden, one of the most popular Excursions, and calls at the following Ports after leaving Melbourne:—Stanley, Burnie, Devon S.S. DIMBO...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OLD HUT [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

IMS|p fll |f|» Hill l*m,~ yLw || « ft Qi-f| [For "The Weekly Times Annual''] ^ a suniit valley of the Dandenongs, not fifty miles from Mel bourne, the old hut still braves time and weather, but nobody has lived in it for. years. The vale itself has changed E— r=h much since the days jj when the hut was inhabited. Trees have been felled on the hill slopes, and cottages built among the wattles; new roads have been made, and the little railway sta tion above the valley is busy on more than one day in the week. Saturday and Sunday bring crowds from the city, even in winter, and on other days farmers and orchardists come with their produce to the railway. Thus it is now, but when I entered the valley for the first time, a dozen years ago. there were no week-end dwellings about the hillside, and few excursionists troubled the ancient peace on holidays. Thousands of tall trees, that have become grey ashes, were then spreading their branches as harps for the wind and nets to catch the sunsh...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Conyers' Little Diversion [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

ficj IL ch\'cird_ <Sonet2.son rx'-— [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] E brought cattle over for Ramornie meat works," Jim Webb related. "To b y (.'arson was in charge, and his u n d erst r appers were Murty Brown, Matthew -Conyers and myselt. We picked Murty up on the road. He emerged from the wilderness at our first-night camp," Jim continued, "and got the place of a Dulla stockman who had gone back sick. "Nothing out of the ordinary even tuated on the journey; it was after we delivered our quadrupeds and came to. honor the city of Grafton with our several presences that the trouble began. The Governor had some petti foggery to transact with the .Lord Mayor and other dignatories, and meanwhile we annexed a vacant , plot contiguous to the racecourse. Our only responsibilities were to see that the horses didn't evaporate, so we had plenty of time to circulate about the neighborhood. - "We'd habitated about a fortnight on our conjoint allotment when we noticed peculiar develo...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

^VJC'^ v. k C , -% 1 ^ . c ^ 4 *• ^ ^ Ssy§^'ogress f v\ 1 'Ns;1 > S -w * v»T^, .if „* ^ 3 "> v Vw,1 * ^ ^A. v * ^ ' « r ^ -V> A ^ •* " * ^=r ^ t- O V ^ <Vo i' •V f i\ ^ i ~ '" /i ^ "&* *FZ.Kr" f ! v „ All these are portraits of children fed on the "Allenburys" Foods. The remarks appearing underneath each picture are extracts taken from the letters received with the photographs. The "Allenburys" Foods provide a complete and progressive dietary -they develop firm flesh and strong bone—and children thrive upon them as on no other diet. \ -V . .. . . . W /° r. V7^

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

FIRST EXPERIENCES I Drawing by llal !■>'<

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

(•>1 I— I D Chas. Johnston & Co. D Complete Furnishers of Australian Homes "The White House" THE name of Chas. Johnston & Co. stands high all over the State. As actual manufacturers of high-grade white labor Furniture, they enjoy an unique position, which enables them to offer values which the mere retailer of £^6 Furniture cannot hope to approach. The quality and workmanship of Johnston Furniture is \(k(\ guaranteed, every piece being solidly constructed by white j labor in our own factory. ' p§|§ Always up-to-date, their magnificent Showrooms afford | £5! eloquent testimony to the many new vogues they are continu ally introducing. You are certain to find pleasure in the beauty of the designs and the quality of the craftsmanship exhibited. so dfsfre" Terms arransea 10 su" tl,e co"venience 0£ tl,ose wh0 The Home of High-grade White Labor Furniture SUMMER REQUISITES /CARPETS and Linoleums, Manchester and Furnishing Drapery, Every requirement for Home Comfort during...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

THROUGH THE SMOKE HAZE [Photograph by A. Sulcliffe]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

This beautiful Silver Grey Oak Bedroom Suite was made to order for one of our country clients. You can get one like it—or to your order—made in our own factory at, our's, the maker's, one-profit price. It is a selection from one of our Furnishing Schemes. These range from ""Viisi £50 to £500, and higher if required. If you are interested, write for Catalogue p ^ ,ln(j stflte tlie amount of your scheme. All inquiries are answered fully and free of obligation to buy. In addition to being makers of beautiful Furniture and Complete House Fur nishers for cottages and mansions, we are direct importers of Carpets. Linoleum, China. Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Kitchen Utensils, Household Ironmongery, Furnishing Fabrics and Art Drapery. Household Linen and Man chester Goods—in fact, you can get from . us. here under one roof, the entire Ira furnishings for any home. Our prices are low. and in return you get the utmost value in every article. Call |j|jI and see, inquiries invited. w 53 Last,...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

SHEEP ON SORELL ROAD (SOUTHERN TASMANIA) £Photograph by C. P. Ray]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

to the housewife who uses "SILVER STAR" Starch it always gives such splendid results. "SILVER STAR" STARCH is easy to use, gives a beau tiful and lasting finish, and does not stick to the iron. Sold in $41b. and lib. packets and in 4 to 51b. parcels, at all Grocers. 'mi m □ = = □ b ° CUTLERY ° WARD Brothers EST AB LI SITED 1S55 AVE the Largest Stock in the Commonwealth of High Class Goods, at Moderate Hates. We make, a Specialty of RAZORS, and guarantee our FEDERAL to give entire satisfaction. The price for Black Handle, Best Quality, is as follows: — -sin., 5/(5: % in.. «/-: % in., <»/<>: Post 2d to any part of the Commonwealth. Postal Orders Receive Special Attention CATTLE KNIVES SPORTING KNIVES SPEYl'NG KNI VES COMBINATION KNIVES CASTRATING KNIVES PEN & POCKET KNIVES 'Onyai'c" in cases of lid/jUln pairs, fours and sets of seven, in ivory, ivoride or hlack, in all sizes— of the highest qual ity: in oak or lea ther eases, and guaranteed ready for u...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

NATURAL HISTORY AT THE GULF OF CARPENTARIA lHlotosrapte b>. Franci5 Blrtles]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

FD I II D1 □ □ □ liU Two Imperial Forces RENDERING YE OMAN SERVICE TO THE CONSTITUTION. THE HIGHEST COCOA VALUE OBTAINABLE MAKERS TO H.M. THE KING. * □ □ rer o O 00 A POPULAR ACTOR'S RECOVERY Doctor said One Lung was Affected Hean's Essence GIVES SPEEDY RELIEF mm Mr HOY KKIXiRAVE, tho cajjablc and popular actor with the J. C. Williamson Co., tells how he was cured of a Chest Trouble which had long occasioned him much anxiety, and had defied usual remedies. King's Theatre, MELBOURNE, June 14, 1915. To the Manager, Hean's Essence. Dear Sir,—I daresay the majority of Australian playgoers remember that during my seasons with Miss Tittell Brune. Miss Muriel Starr, and Miss Eugenie Duggan. I suffered periodic ally from throat and chest troubles. Indeed, one doctor told me, when my cold was extra bad. that my lung was affected. I tried almost every remedy; hut could not get any really beneficial result until I used Hean's Essence, the first bottle of which assured me that it was, is. and a...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

Years a^c \L'. hzr*' 31 °* ^ie years. •V'ATl A& THE RING ^iat Cyoung man gives to the maid, and by wearing which she tells to all the world of her betrothal, should be studded with Diamonds, the purest of all gems, yet having the power to flash and sparkle as if filled with the joy of life, and retaining their beauty and their value indifferent to the passing tin slaii as inns Wrist Watches in Great Variety Silver and Electro Plate, Opera and Field Glasses. Mail Orders promptly dispatched Repairs by Experts. S* Eyesight Tested Gratis. Watchmakers, Jewellers, Established Opticians. 1S52. 337-339 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE. □ 00«-00J7 L»V/01V1\L/ ^ A •? i'iurvuvA u ivm t/. j~j Q □ -r.^-vr-r, , - •• • Q Q (S) (5) -^=r — ——'~~r. ... fSl fa\ SU? L #% t / ft* l.j! o> # i ii 11 I % fcfV fefv k \X V i-i f?"^ hV; K'"'\-v.\ |3 %\ 6 \& feksf fa y MJ$£^JTlk W iL^iit WALLS & CEILINGS Look for the Trade-mark Genuine BEAVER BOARD is made of pure-wood-fibrc—long, tough and dur...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

[He ■gistereil at tlu> General Post Oilier. Melhourne. for Transmission by Post as a Newspaper] Price: ONE SHILLING

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

***- m ,-r ^ " / 7*/"^ •—~-=^*'~ *=s»—-—^ 1 Xs^^4JrR fXr V^aNiTEoJi^ ^ / !Mr\ »„ . icO jV / ^^tar_2^i YSSfe All these are portraits of children fed on the "Allenburys" Foods. , 7t> ' ■■-. Gratifying evidence as to their value is constantly coming to hand from all parts of the world. y\. ' Such testimony is received, not only from parents, but also from an ever increasing number of members of the _ _ Medical and Nursing Professions. >. '<^0. X M;1U Food No. ! X^'O.CA^ ■Ji I:' From birth to 3 months. ■ A /"' Milk Food No. 2 From .i to 7 ui< nit lis. /V-\. XI "vg ? II Malted Food No. 3 it ■) \ s -N A'' , ' / X • : >PhXi.v:- ' II \\ \ ... ■?' MS k\£-f ' 1 v '.''i From / months upwards. Gp■ , \\ '39M / \H ;// /-XyGl * " *"r Pamphlet, \ ,^r1 V/ v'" $8 I at ant heeding and /Management," y sent free. '•*"v o.-» Allen & Hanburys Ltd., 13 Market Street, NA'CFn . Sydney. NEVjJ>^

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

The Great >, £200 Reward if American we fail on Our Guarantee. Try AHss Ainy^ Turner^.^ ^ heaVy-" goo? at an™ After using Crys^ tolis a few days the dandruff had disappeared entirely, my hair stopped falling out, and there is a new ffrnwth thnt is think Beautiful Hair and Lots of it—if you use "CRYS 1 0LI3: Mrs Minnie Dow : "My okl hair is growing fine, and lots of new hair is coming in. and the general appearance of my hair is so much improved that my friends speak of it. One of Crystolis' most import ant qualities is that it is not greasy, and is pleasant to use, and gets results." Mrs Mnry l\ Houghton : "Crystolis has done for me what other treatments failed to do. ft has started a new growth of hair, also taken the dandruff and oily substance from my head. My hair has grown wonderfully from the use of your great remedy." Mere's good news at last for men and women whose hair is falling, who are growing bald and grey, whose scalps are covered with dandruff that nothing seems to...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

A MODERN MERMAID [Photograph by Underwood and Underwood]

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRIMBLES AND THE GNAD. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

DTf5& •K - '■ ii^| T ^"AS told me by a ; %P]S} bushman, bald a%J :, and bent, and y very old, .■■—Upon the road to Poolyerleg; and here's the tale he told. 'Twould seem absurd to doubt his word, so honest he appeared— And as he spoke the sou'-west wind toyed gently with his beard. "First it was t-lic Grimble Grubs, "Which tlicy et his 'taters: An' all we buried in the end Was Martin's boots and gaiters." With this cryptic observation he began his anecdote; And, when I sought particulars, he smiled and cleared his throat; Then sat him down, with his great, brown, rough hands about his knees, And told it all. And, as he spoke, his beard waved in the breeze. '•First it was the Grimble Grubs, As I sez at startin'. Which they et his 'tater crop, Which it troubled Martin." Now this Martin was a farmer with a scientific mind— (It was thus the bushman started, as his beard blew out behind) — He farmed the land and understand, his luck was all tip-top. Till them there little Grimble ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Little Army of Timber Getters [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

jfjy Snirvjj.ci-Zjache. [For "The Weekly Times Annual"] w HEN the Darwin River Company's steamer absolutely refused to put in with supplies, mail, war news, and other things, on ac count of being bogged about forty miles down the water course, Stripper, the foreman and- manager of the timber camp, gave way to a burst of language that might have taken the edge off a circular saw going full pressure. "Tell you what, Buckman," he said to one of the men, coming into the line of huts for his midday meal, "I can't stand any more of this business. We're too slack here, and the back country dust has got into our eyes. I've got lighting blood in me, and my place is in the front rank firing-line, where I can see what I am hitting." "Going to join?" said Buckman. with a sudden glint of something in his hungry eyes which his wife would have interpreted as a danger signal to her domestic happiness. "By gum, yes. 1 think we have stuck it here long enough. Some of the fellows have got the itch to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Real Reggie Vibart [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times Annual — 4 November 1915

The Real Reggie Vibart By C. B. LANCASTER <3"t> □<=====>□ ^OOOOOOOC^ EGGIE VIBART ar rived on the edge of R twenty-three with out knowing much about his character, or even if, strictly speaking, he had one. This is easily understandable when 0^] it is remembered that he was brought up on the sheltered life, watertight compartment system, until a day shot him out of the arms of his widowed mother and affectionate sisters into the naked discomfort of an outpost station, somewhere in from the Queensland coast, and gave him a few cattlemen's huts to ride round— at the rate of two a day—and a taciturn Chinese "boy" to talk to. Reggie was a good fellow, with a decent serve at tennis and a pretty seat on a horse; and his chief vice lay in his having never attempted to come to terms with himself and find out if he were really the all-gilt hero of his womankind's belief, or one of the ten-a-penny residue which every nation endures, or that curious indi vidual whic...

Publication Title: Weekly Times Annual
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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