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BOY KILLED BY MOTOR CAR FINDING OF MISADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

BOY KILLED BY MOTOR OAR FINDING OF MISADVENTURE). Dr. R. H. Cole, the Coroner, at tne Morgue on January 15, held an inquiry into the death of Lorenzo James Er nest Castellow, 13, who was run oyer and killed by a motor car in High street, Northcote, at about 6 p.m. on January 6. The Coroner found that death was due to misadventure. Mr. A. M. Lonie appeared for the relatives of the boy, and Mr. C. J. M'Farlane for W. A. Smith, the driver of the motor car. John Albert Jenkins, carrier, of Over end street, East Brunswick, who was driving1 with his wife down High street, said that the motor-car struck the l&d and seemed to throw him up in the air. When the boy dropped the wheels of the car went over him. He did not hear any warning sounded by the mo torist as he approached the tram. The motor-car was travelling at fully 35 miles an. hour, and travelled about 35 yards after it struck the boy. Wit ness's wife had jumped out of the wag gon and was up to the lad before the motor-car ...

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

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Publication Title: Weekly Times
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LAND OF REFORMS AUSTRALIA DISCUSSED GERMAN VIEW FAVORABLE [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

AUSTRALIA DISCUSSED GERMAN VIEW FAVORABLE "The problem how to people Aus tralia is one of the most attractive and instructive that can be presented," says Professor Dr. Alfred Manes, the German economist, who toured through Australasia a few years ago, and has published a book under the name "The Continent of Social Re forms." "Even though it be a fact," Pro fessor Manes states, "that the interior is unadapted for human habitation, yet many millions more, certainly ten times as many as at present, can live in those parts which are acknow ledged by all to be well suited for set tlement. The country is so rich in undeveloped resources; it offers such extraordinary possibilities for susten ance when its productiveness is ration ally exploited that one can never cease wondering how it comes that this fifth continent exhibits the ludicrously small number of 4% million of inhabi tants. And yet after all it is easy to explain; this part of the world pos sesses no stratum of population whic...

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

HOWARD So BELL, I>.O.f F.V.O.A., • Eyesight Specialist Paton's Buildings, 115 Elizabeth street (Next McSwan's), Melbourne. Clients whose sight we have tested and fitted with our incomparable lenses have testi fied to the comfort and satisfaction they have experienced. Our scientifically fitted glasses are indis pensable to you if your sight is defective or your vision is not as distinct as it ought to be. Useful, Puetty, and Cheap WICKER SETTEE, SHELL DESIGN, PRICE mi Less Our Usual Catalogue Discount of WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, SENT FREE BY POST, AND CONTAINING 1000 EXCELLENT PHO TOGRAPHS, WITH FULL DETAILS, PARTICULARS, AND PRICES. with FREE FREIGHT. Established in Smith St. for Over 35 Years. PATERSON'S LIMITED 173-181 SMITH STREET. FITZROY (Opposite Foy's). TIHS IS THE ORIGINAL FIRM OF PATER SON'S. Renardi Pianos "They've lioney-sweet." IRON FRAME, TRICHORD, OBLI QUE ACTION. £1 DEPOSIT, 5/- WEEK, Packed free in zinc-lined case and freight prepaid. No Moneys—No Trouble...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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CABDRIVER'S DEATH UNEXPLAINED INJURIES [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

CABDRIVEIi'S DEATH UNEXPLAINED INJURIES Dr. Cole, at the City Morgue, in quired into the death of Peter Maynes, 54, a cabdriver, which oc curred in the Melbourne Hospital on December 29. He found that Maynea died from cerebral injuries due to vio lence, incurred.on December 25. There was not sufficient evidence to determine the nature of the violence. Sub-inspec tor E.: Britt represented the police at the inquiry. Peter Maynes, a professional bpxer, gave evidence that he last saw his father alive on Boxing night. He then had a black eye, a bruise over the eye, and another on the back of the head. He did not say how he got the injuries or make a.ny complaint about them, but it seemed to witness that he had been in a fight, sustained a blow on the eye, and fallen on the back of his head. He used to-drink occasionally, but the last time witness saw him he was not' drinking. Edith Maynes, a widow, said that her husband went out on Christmas Day with the intention of meeting a steamer th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ESCAPE AND CAPTURE DANIEL WINTER IN COURT DOCUMENTS CHALLENGED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

ESCAPE AND CAPTURE DANIEL WINTER IN COURT DOCUMENT'S' CHALLENGED Daniel Winter, who was arrested near Mooroopna last week, was before a sipecial City Court on January lo to answer two charges under the Mater nity Allowance Act. The case was listed for hearing three months ago. but Winter escaped from the precincts of the co-urt a few minutes before his name was called. Winter was committed for trial at the Court of General Sessions, which open on February 2. Mr A. C- Morley (instructed by Mr A. W. Klingender, of the Federal Crown Solicitor's office) appeared for the prosecution. Winter was not rep resented. by counsel. On the information of Detective Horatio M'Williams, Winter was charged with having presented to the Commissioner for Maternity Allow ances on December 19, 1912, a certificate purporting to be that of a midwife in respect of the birth by Alice May Maconachie, of a female child, which document was false in that it purport ed to be signed by Mary Anderson, woman's nurse,...

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

STRONGER and CHEAPER Than Any Other Barb Wire. WAUXE©AW BABB WXBE (See the Brand on the Reels.) Waukegaa Barb Wire Is Stronger, the Barbs Sharper, and Cannot Slip, and the Price Per Mile 10 PER CENT. CHEAPER Than Ordinary Barb Wire. Make a Trial of . Tiiis Wire, and You Will Use No Other. OBTAIN IT FROM YOUR STOREKEEPER. Wholesale Only BRISCO & CO LTD MELBOURNE. Buy i::i) : C halienge it's the Best Will! Hundreds of users the Commonwealth over, reckon it the finest Mill ever produced. The "Challenge" crank shaft — one piece of solid forged steel — is a marvel of design and construction. I^et the "Challenge" solve YOUR water problems. A 6ft. mill costs you £6. literature free — glad to send you somel > \] 110-114 Sturfc street, South Melbourne. (Nr. Prince's Bridge). J A "Valuable Veterinary Book An 88 Illustrated Book on Live Stock Ail ments and Their Remedies. 1/1 Posted. SALVITIS ANODYNE Unfailing Remedy for Colic: 3/3 posted. SALVITIS PRQPY. LTD., 17 Queen street.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
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MAIZE GROWING SELECTING THE SEED. WHAT IS AIMED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

SELECTING THE SEED. "WHAT IS AIMED AT. The chief purpose of selection of seed is to increase the acreage yield of shell i ed maize. It is of first import ance, then, to know what charac teristics indicate the most productive ear. Field selection enables the farmer to see the mother plants and the en vironment from which his seed ears have come, but its complete success demands ia knowledge of the conditions which are the most likely to give the seed ears vigor and great productive power. In order to do this, the person making the selections must have a keen appreciation of the ear charac ters which indicate seed of high yield ing power. Which will produce the more shelled maize per acre, the short or long ear, the heavy ear or the light ear, the one with the well-filled tip or the one with a bare tip, the cylindrical or tapering ear, or one with rough or smooth in dentation? Since no ear is ever found which is strong in all points, we must find out which of these characters should b...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COUNTRY NEWS COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

Harvesting- operations in this district are now nearing the end, and satisfactory yields are reported from all quarters. Unfortunately a heavy hailstorm a few weeks ago shook several of the most promising crops, the re sult being a large quantity of grain on the ground. At Messrs Flannery Bros., at Row lands, where 1S00 bags of barley was confi dently expected, not more than 1000 bags have been gathered.A similar state of affairs prevails at Mr P. A. Thomson's, Barr Park estate, where it is estimated that the owner will lose about 800 bags through the storm already referred to. The lucerne and fodder crops are looking a^ picture just now, and each year brings aiong a large increase in the number of lucerne patches throughout the irrigation ftrea. Mr David Radley's holding at Wee Wee Rup is well worth a visit of inspection He has about 60 acres of Hunter River va riety growing most luxuriantly. With a view of coping witii the salt trouble at Mead, the State Rivers and Water Supply Co...

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

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FORTHCOMING SHOWS FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

FORTHCOMING SHOWS FEBRUARY. Portland .. .... 11 Korumburra . ,18 Lang Lang . . 12 Leongatlia . .. . . 25 MARCH. LILYDALB .. .. .. .. 4 Warragul . . . 4 Bunyip .... 11 Romsey . ... 4 Yarram . . . .11 Foster ..... 4 Tallangatta . » 25 Orbost .... 5-6 SEPTEMBER. Albury (N.S.W) 8-10 OCTOBER. Sheppartori (Grand National).. .. .. 27 28 . NOVEMBER. Heathcote .. .. 11 MafEra-.. .. .. .. 19

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

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Publication Title: Weekly Times
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NOTABLE SHIRE STALLION [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

> NOTABLE; SHIRE . STALLION ' Tho Shire stallion Eastwood Standard, the property of the Duke of Westminster, has been hired by the Crewe and District Shir': Horse Society, England. He is by Normoor Forest King, by Lockinge Forest King. This horse has a double cross of Blythwood Conqueror blood, and has distin guished himself as a successful sire. .

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GORSE BUSHES KILLING AND FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

GORSE BUSHES KILLING AND FEEDING. In southern Victoria there are numer ous patches of gorse. In cultivated ground, where shelter is demanded for stock, a well- trimmed high gorse hedge on the exposed side of the field is of great value, -and remains a splendid in vestment, so long as it is looked after. But it should never be sown adjacent to land which is never broken up. If onGe allowed to seed on such ground it ibeoomes a perennial tax. When it gets a good hold on pastoral country it is almost impossible to eradi cate it. The seed gets caught up by streams, which carry it the length of their course. It then takes possession of the rich little fiats and becomes a permanent institution. The seed is also carried by the stock and by birds and deposited here and there through the middle of the run. In a few years detached clumps of gorse grow up which cannot be effectually dealt with unless by the grub-hoe. Single plants sometimes thrive and grow to a con siderable size, which survive...

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MALLEE FARMING SCALE OF EXPENDITURE. A FARMER'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

• MAIjIjEE' FAKMING SCALE OF EXPENDITURE. A FARMER'S OPINION. At a meeting* of the Coomandook * branch of the Agricultural Bureau of South Australia, Mr'M. "Wilkin thus - advised regarding mallee farming:— The most suitable time for starting a farm in mallee land is about the beginning of July. This gives time, with the help of a man, to prepare for a crop the following year. Two . weighty young horses of active stamp and a tip-dray are necessary for cart ing. The first thing is to make pro vision for water. This is most im portant, as 11 o farmer can prosper who has to cart it. A well or a bore is best, but where good water is not ob tainable in this manner a cement tank with a large catchment should be put down; £50 spent on this is not too much. A hut to live in and a stable comes next. With one's own labor they can be erected verj'r cheaply. In a dis trict where stone is available nothing else should be used for the walls. Structures of this substance are far more weather-proof ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

THE QUEENSLAND AGRICULTURAU COLLEGE, GATTON. THOROUGH COURSE of INSTRUCTION iff DAIRYING, STOCK RAISING, and GENE RAL MIXED FARMING. Staff of fifteen ex pert instructors. Practical training specially supervised. Next session commences lOtii January, 1914. . The Queensland Agricultural College Dairy* School.—Special Course for the Diploma la Dairying and Factory Management com* mences 10th January, 1914. For full particulars apply to J. BROWN, B.Sc., N.D.A., Principal. INSURE AGAINST FIRE WITH THE AACHEN &. MUNICH FIRE INSURANCE CO., 17, QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE, . hm been tested und duly opened. 15/- Per Ton -Skuunv ' -ouiw 25/- Pel* Ton High Grade FOR SOILS DEFICIENT IN LIMB. WONDERFUL EFFECT ON SOUR LAND. Full particulars and prices in trucks at buyer's nearest railway station ori appli cation, or 15/ per ton for Agricultural Limestone, and 25/ per ton for Burnt Lime In trucks, at our nearest lime works; bags charged extra. All. manures kept in stock — SUPERPHOSPHATE, BONE ...

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

LATEST DESIGNS of EU00CHE3, RINGS, SILVER and PLATED WARS. SPECIAL LINE of SILVER WATCHES. Send for our—Post P:'ee—191 i Catalogue, which contains ov*r 10G0 illustrated designs. DIRECT SUPPLY CO. PTY. LTD., 2-*3 Confess St. iflelboa**jLie. Read "The Herald''' adver tisements and benefit.

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WOMAN'S THROAT CUT SUICIDE SUSPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

WOMAN'S THROAT CUT" SUICIDE SUSPECTED "This case is strongly suspicious of suicide, though it might have been done by some other person," said the Coro ner, after inquiring into the death of Alice Elizabeth West, 20, a married woman, who was .found in her bedroom at Woodstock street. Balaclava, on De cember 29, with, her throat cut. A blood-stained razor was lying on the floor. Dr. Cole found that there was not sufficient evidence to determine by whom the wound was inflicted, James Ernest West, a tram conduc tor, of Woodstock street, Balaclava, said that on the morning of December 29 he got up and went out to the kitchen to get his own breakfast When he went back to the bedroom his wife asked him the time. He told her there was no necessity to get up for a while. She had been ailing for the past six weeks, and a doctor had been in attendance on her. After he had breakfast witness kissed her good-bye. There was nothing unusual about her then. He returned "from work at 12.2 p.m., and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMAN KILLED PINNED BENEATH CART [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

-WOMAN KILLED pinned beneath cart Mrs Williams, wife of a selector liv ing- 17 miles beyond Bell, in the Dalby district, was killed as the result of a driving- accident on Sunday, January 11. She drove in a spring cart with her four children, the eldest a boy aged ten, to a neighbor's place, five miles away. When returning the cart struck a stump and capsized, Mrs Williams being pinned underneath the vehicle. The children escaped injury.

Publication Title: Weekly Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE BY ELECTIONS MINISTERS RETURNED [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 17 January 1914

STATE BY-ELECTIONS ■ MINISTERS RETURNED Foiling- took place on Thursday, January 15. for the election of members of the Legislative Assembly for Essen don, Prahran, and Boning, respectively, fo fill vacancies caused when Mr W. A. Watt, the Premier, Mr D. Mackinnon, the Attorney-General, and Mr W. Hutchinson, Minister for Agriculture,. accepted office in .the new State Minis try. The five other salaried Ministers were returned unopposed on January 6. Mr Watt was opposed by Mr F» Keane, and Mr Mackinnon by Mr W. H. Webber. Both Mr Keane and Mr Webber were selected by the Political Labor Council. Mr Hutchinson had nominated against him Mr F. M'Rae, a Ministerial candidate. The elections resulted in the return of the three opposed Ministers as fol low:— ESSENDON. WILLIAM ALEXANDER WATT, Park street, Moonee Ponds, merchant 6183 FRANK KEANE, 45 Victoria street, Coburg, woodworker .. 4761 Majority for Watt .. .. .. 1422 PRAHRAN. DONALD MACKINNON, Acland street, South Yavra. barrister 3636 ...

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