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FATAL TRAM ACCIDENT CAR STRIKES MAN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

FATAIi TRAM ACCIDENT CAR STRIKES MAN Dr. Cole on January 13 inquired into the ' death of William Mo loney, 46, a laborer, of Omeo, which occurred on December 30, in the Melbourne Hospital. The Coro ner found that Moloney died from in juries caused by an acidental collision with a tram car. Constable John Dyson said that at about 3.50 p.m. on December 24 he was directing the traffic at the intersection of Elizabeth and Bourke streets, when he saw Moloney crossing1 diagonally over the section from the Post Office corner to the south-west corner. When Moloney neared the tram line there was a car behind him going south from Brunswick. The flagman shouted: "Look out; keep off-there." Moloney looked at the car, and then ran across. When he had almost cleared it he put his hands out on the> front rail of the dummy. He fell, and the off front portion of the dummy caught him. He had drawn his legs up as he fell, and the front portion of the car rolled him over, and forced his legs over hi...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LETTERS FOR NEW SETTLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

LETTERS FOB NEW SETTLERS, The following is a list of letters -waiting at the Intelligence Bureau, Flinders street, Mel bourne, for persons whose addresses are un known. Applicants must state their full name, the vessel by which they came to Victoria, and the date of their arrival, for identification purposes. They should also state whether they received assisted passages or otherwise:— Abbott, Claude; Allan, James; Alms, Mrs; Andrews, Chas.; Andrews, Ernest; Appleby, Miss Maud; Atkinson, Harry; Austin, Carl; Austin, J. E.; Austin, Mabel. Bailey, Richard; Samforth, John C.; Bar nard, Leslie; Bavrie, Rupert E.; Batt, L.; Begley, J.; Bentley, Wm.; Berry, J. B.; Berry, W. F.; Sinks, Geo. E-.; Binnion, Geo.; Blackford. Geo. H.; Blainey, Mr; Bolwell, Arthur; Bowling, Frank; Bray, H. W.; Brock, Horace H.; Brewer, S. T.; Brown, J. P.; Browning, B. G.; Buckle, P.; Bunn, E. W.; Burley, Chas.; Burton, S. A. Carter, Frank; Casselis, T. H.; Chandler, Percy S.; Cheese, J. H.; Child, Edgar; Clarke...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

IMPOTJNMNGS I - -fll - (From the "Government Gazette." of Jan. 14) BALLAIRA.T BAST—Red and white- duu, white face, no visible brand. To be soiu on February 6; Thos. Fallon. . , : BACCHUS MARSH.—Red and white heifer calf, like WT on near rump. To be soiu on February 6. Jas. Cosgrove. , , BRAiVXHOLME.-Crossbred wether, hole and back notch off ear. To be sold on 1 eD ruary 7. Hugh Devereux. . CASTERTON. — Dark-red and white cow, red poley heifer, speckled face—both no visible brand. To be sold on January *.4. John Ldyock. • . CHIARLTON.—Bay gig mare • white star, hind feet white, W on rump. To be sold February 5. W. 9. Williams. , ^ COBDE'N—Bey gelding, star o-n foreheaa, like IS near shoulder. To be sold on Janu ary 29. W. A. Garvie. ' OOLAtC.—Roan heifer, swallow near _ ear, HP near rump. Brindle cow, AS White heifer calf; red and white beifer—both no visible brand. To be sold on Februar. 5. Peter M/Innes. DAYLSSFORD.—Bay pony mare, about three years old, black points, shod, no ^ib b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

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SOUTHERN RIVERINA. BERRIGAN DISTRICT A PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY WAITING FOR WATER No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

BE BRIG AN DISTRICT / - A PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITY! WAITING FOR WATER By "CASEIN"' No. III. When it is remembered that the extensive district of Berrigan was a sheep run about 25 years ago, the most exacting is forced to admit that valuable work has been done. It is now a community, of pros perous farmers. The initial efCort associated with settlement engaged such close attention that few were able to spare time for the consideration of public matters. One of the greatest hindrances in the early days was the absence of local government on lines of the Victorian Shire Council system. That fact, however, did not deter the settlers from imjjroving their holdings and demonstrating the undoubted value of the land for the production of wheat. The importance of this in dustry was soon made manifest, and facilities for sending grain by rail ' to the - ship's side at Sydney were established. A Local Government Act was passed by the New South Wales legislature some seven or eight years ago. The ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

AGRICUI/FURAXi COLLEGES BOOKIE (Shepparton -District) and IjONG-EiRE'NONG (Horsham District). STUDENTS NOW BEING ENROLLED. The Colleges will re-open oil 3rd and 10th iJarch respectively. DOOKIE GOLiLtE-GE provides special facilities for practical and scientific Agricultural Education. ALTERNATE COURSES.—Diploma, 3 years: special, 2 years: one year course. TOTAL FETJ3.—First year, £34/5/; second £29/5/; third. £25. FARM SUB J EiCTS.—Agri-culture, Animal Husbandry, poultry, Fruit-growing, Butter, and Cheese Factory iJanagement, Building Construction for Farmers. UNDER SPECIALLY TRAINED INSTRUCTORS. AREA OF FARM.—£000 acres. LON Cv'ERENONG COLLEGE is specially adapted for students from 14 years of age. Total Fees, £20 per annum. (Area, 2336 Acres). MAIN SUBJ EICTS.—Grain Growing. Fat Lamb Raising. Dairying, Irrigation of Fodder Crops, Fruit, etc. Full Course—2 Years. Apply to T. J. PURVIS, Secretary, Council of Agricultural Education, Department of Agriculture, Melbourne.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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ADVANCED AGRICULTURE ARTIFICIALS AND QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

ADVANCED AGRICULTURE ARTIFICIALS AND QUALITY. . Has the general use of artificial feeding stuffs and fertilisers had a tendency, while increasing the bulk of animals as well as of crops, to lower the average quality? 'Are our vaunted giant roots hale water, our big crops of potatoes move pjone to disease, the barley not up to th§ old standard, the hay not so nourishing? Is the stock on our farms more delicate and liable to be attack ed by the germs of any disease that may be in the air? It Is sometimes asserted (says "Mark Lane Express") that the mod ern system of intensive soil and stock cultivation involves a departure from the laws of Nature, and will therefore bring its own Nemesis. Is this so? Are we really retrograding and abus ing the means which science has placed at the disposal of agricultur ists ? First, as to artificial manures. If the quality of crops is not satisfactory, can this fairly be attributed to the use of superphosphate or basic slag, or Peru vian guano, or ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

XjON geren on g agricultural college SEJED WH1MT AND OATS. ORiDExRS are now being booked' for Seed Wheat of the following varieties:—'Federation, Yandilla King, Hudson's Early Purple Straw, Wallace, Vayah and Warden (bay). All seed is carefully graded, and while every care is taken to keep it pure, no guarantee can be given of such condition. Seed -will be allotted In priority of application. De livery will bo made in March. Price, 5/ per bushel on rails at Dcoen. Cheques should accompany orders. AiLGELRIAN OAT seed (graded), at 3/ per bushel. Apply Principal Longer enong Agricultural College, "Dooen.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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CONDITION OF CROPS OFFICIAL REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

CONDITION OF CROPS OFFICIAL REPORTS The meteorological observers report for December:— By the end of December the wheat harvest oyer the Wimmera, Mallee and Northern Plain country generally "was in full^ swing, and in many instances completed.^ High yielas of excellent grain were being gathered almost everywhere, more especially in the western and southern parts of the "Wimmera district and along the Avoca River. Instances oi dis appointing yields were, however, not infre quent, the principal cause for this being bois terous winds during harvest time. The Mallee and Northern Wimmera appear to have suf fered most in this respect, losses of from one to two bags per acre being rather com mon. In some cases hailstorms caused ad ditional destruction, an extreme case of this being reported from Mystic Lake, where a splendid crop of 809 acres was praetieally ansihilated, "the yield being less than one bushel per acre. Rust also appears to have done some damage. This was most noticeable in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

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IRRIGATION CROPS THEIR COMMERCIAL VALUE COWS AND SHEEP PERMANENCY OF MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

THEIR COMMERCIAL "VALUE ' " COWS AND SHEEP PERMANENCY OF MOVEMENT. By "YARRAN." In an appreciation of the irrigation movement one or two features not dealt with in previous articles are worthy of note. xHopeful develop ments have taken place. A vast amount of preparatory work has been done, and out of the mistakes of the past have come a greater measure of wisdom and better judgment. To-day the settlers' labor and capital^ are more directly and fruitfully applied to the objective of making the small farm a source of profit and an attract ive home. Mistakes are still being made in individual cases, but the ma jority of the farmers, a most desir able type for any country to acquire, are earnestly searching after the right way. They are so doing be cause they recognise that success or failure depends on their initiative, in dustry, and intelligence. They have learnt enough to know that the land, the water and the climate are admir ably adapted for irrigation culture. Fi'uit and Marketi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

X>OOI£E3 AGKICHLTUKALf •CGXJLEGE . The following varieties of graded -seed wheat are available for sale. Delivery in March. Bags, 3 bushels each. Cash to ac company order:— College Purple, Wallace, Yandilla King and Federation (mid-season); Warden .and Quartzy (mid-season liay wheats); Improved Stein wedel and Comeback (early mid-season); BunyiD (earliest), at 5/6 per boishel f.o.r. IDookie. Also a limited' quantity of Moira (a new wheat), at 7/6 per bushel. H. PTE, Principal.

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COUNTRY LIFE MAKING IT BRIGHT. AN AMERICAN IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

MAKING IT BRIGHT. AN AMERICAN I-DHA. BY "BUNYIP." ±n tiie United States the County Improvement League is "the big gest movement now going on tor the agriculturist," so says the 'Orange Judd Farmer." It is the natural _ movement of the times. The farmer is a big and important element in the community; he has come to find that he does not live by bread alone. In America, which is .a country of big distances, the farmer has found that ^inipracticable to look to the great cities from San Francisco to New York for his social enlightenment and bet terment. Glance at the map ■ of the United States, and you shall see be tween forty and fifty States and territories-—each a world of its own. ^gain, in each of these districts there aie numerous sub-worlds, living and having their being by themselves, not withstanding the tentacles of the omni present railway. But, save at odd holi day times, the average human has no use for the railway, except to carry his ireight. He must live at home, and st...

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INDIAN EYES ON AUSTRALIA GAP INVITES OCCUPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

INDIAN EYES ON AXJSTRAUA GAP INVITES OCCUPATION. According to a resident of Bombay who h?.s reached Sydney, the people of India generally look upon Australia as a prize which will he one day snapped up by the Japanese unless something definite is done to circumvent them. "What Australia wants to do," he said, "is to get people. It doesn't mat ter whether they are black or white. It's not right that a great territory should be allowed to lie idle except for a million or two people around the coast line There's a gap inviting occu pation, and not one, but every think ing man of India, has the same opinion —that someone will walk in unless Aus tralia is capable of filling that gap. "If the policy of the country allowed it, I know of many men in India who would put down thousands of pounds to cultivate a patch with Indian labor. One man in particular offered to pay £10,000 for a lump of the Northern Ter ritory, ar.d to cultivate it with 500 good class natives of India. He said he wou!3 ...

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DEATH FROM PARALYSIS WINDOW FALLS ON WOMAN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

DEATH FilOM PARALYSIS ? WINDOW FALLS ON WOMAN Mary M'Dean, 34, a domestic servant, died in the Melbourne Hospital on Jan uary 7 from paralysis, and Dr. R. H. Cole, the Coroner, at the Morgue on January 13, found that death was due to injuries caused by an accidental fall. Vivien Ray, single woman, of Collins street, Melbourne, said that Mary M'Lean had been in her 'mother's ser vice for the past four years. On the morning of December 30 witness saw dust and plaster coming from the door of the room where she was working, and on going to her assistance found her lying on the floor, with the win dow over her. M'Lean hadT been pull ing down the sun blind. She said that she was standing on the bed, when she missed her footing, and caught hold! of the window, which came out and fell' on her. Medical aid was at once sent for, and M'Lean was taken to the Mel bourne Hospital. i Plain-clothes • Constable _Macpherson ! said that the whole casing'ofi the win- j dow seemed to have come away. I u...

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WOMAN DIES IN BREAKERS HEART FAILURE AND DROWNING [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

WOMAN DIES IN BREAKERS HEART PAILURB AND DROWNING* An inquiry was held at the Morque on January 9 by Mr D. Buzolich, Acting City Coroner, into the death of Ellen Veronica Daly* who died while bathing with her husband and others at El wood on January 4. Mr. Buzolich found that Mrs. Daly died from he-art failure and drown ing, death being due to accident. Dr. John Brett, who made the post mortem, said that death was princi pally due to heart failure and partly to drowning. Mrs. Daly probably , fainted, and must have had her mouth I under the water to get the water j into her lungs. James Thomas Joseph Daly, potter, of Edward street, Brunswick, said that he- and his wife were staying with Mr. John Buckham at Elwood, and on the morning of January 4 they went down to the beach to bathe. They had a good swim about 30 yards from the shore, when Mr. Buckham sug gested that there was a heavy under tow, and they ought to come out. Wit ness took hold of his wife by one arm and Mr. Buckham took...

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MURRAY RIVER GAUGINGS HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

MURRAY RIVER GAUGINGS ' © HEIGHT AJBOVJD SUMMER. LEVEL. January S.—Wangaratta, &in.; Benalla (be low) ; Seymour (below); Sliepparton (below); lAlbury, llin.; Wahgunyah, 1ft. Sin.; Yarra wonga. 1ft. &in.; Toeumwal, 1ft. 5in.; Echuca, 2ft. 4rin.; Swan Hill, 1ft, lin.; !E!uston, 6ft. Sin.; Mildarra, 1ft. Tin. January 9.—Wangaratta. Sin.; Benalla (be low) ; Seyrnour (below); Shepparton (below); Albury, llin.; Wahgunyah, 1ft. oin.; Yarra wonga, 1ft. 3in.; Toeumwal, (Ift. 4in.; Bchuca, 2ft. 4in.; Swan Hill. 1ft.; Euston, 6ft.; Mil dura, lft. 6in. January 10.—Wangaratta, Tin.; Benalla (be low); Seymour (below); Shepparton (below); Albury, lftin.; Wahgunyah, 1ft. lin.; Yarra wonga, 1ft. 3in.; Toeumwal, 1ft, 3in.; E-clruca 2ft, 2in.; Swan Hill, 1ft.; Euston, 5ft. lOin.; Milaura, lit. 3in. January 12.—Wangaratta, 6in.; Benalla (be low) ; Seymour (below); 'Shepparton (below); Wahgunyah, llin.; Yarrawonga, 1ft.; Echuca, 2ft.; Swan I-Iill, lit. 3in.; OSuston, &ft. 8in.; M...

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SUBSCRIPTIONS ACKNOWLEDGED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

SUBSCRIPTIONS ACKNOWLEDGED. Armfet'ed, C., Mch. 28, 1914 0 3 Baltic-Paasch Dryg. Co. Ltd., Dec. 26, 1314 0 2 -Bird, Thos., May 2, 1914 0 5 Browning, EL. Dec. 26, 1914 013 Berg, EX, Dec. 26, 1914 .. 0 13 Bowran, E.» July 11, 1914 0 7 Bull, Mrs S/, Jan. 2, 1915 0 12 Bodger, F., Mch. 28, 1914 '0 2 Clarke, G., Apr. 4, 1914 0 3 Carter, C. W., Apl. 18, 1914 0 4 'Cattanach, C., Apl. 4, 1914 0 3 Carr, Win., Jan. 31. 1914 .. .. .. 0 3 Dunster, A., Feb. 14, 1914 .. .. ... 0 2 Feltscher, G., Mch. 7, 1914 0 3 Farleigh, E., June 20, 1914 .. .. .. 0 6 Gladigan, C. A., Dec. 19, 1914 .. .. 0 13 Gould, F. A., Apl. 4, 1914 0 3 Hall, C., July 11, 1914 0 6 Hoare, W. H., July 4, 1S14 0 6 Harvey, R. W., Feb. 7, 1914 0 3 Jensen, B., Feb. 21, 1914 0 3 Kerr, J., Mch. 28, 1914 0 3 Kemp, Robt, .. .. 0 0 King, A. C., Mch. 28, 1914 0 3 Lee, Arthur, Mch. 28, 1914 0 3 Luke, R. H., May 2, 1914 0 6 Mouk, W., Mch. 2S, 1914 0 3 Moore, R. EI, Apl. 4. 1914 0 6 Montgomery, R. H., Dec. 5, 1914 .. .. 0 13 Murgatoyd, J., J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

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