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CULTIVATE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

CULTIVATE. Tore tlif toll begins to bake. Cultivate! Stir it up Tor culture's sake. Cultivate! Tillage hinders 'vaporatlon, Tillage works weeds' 'radicatloii. Tillage helps rood Maiboratiou. Cultivate! U it raius and lays the dust, Cultivate! If it pours aud forms a crust. Cultivate! Save Hie moisture hygroscopic. Help the microbes microscopic, Talk to neighbors" on this topic. Cultivate! rt' your head begins to swell, Cultivate! Harrow, crush it, pound it well, Cultivate! Cultivate a humble heart, Give "Dig I" a meaner part, Let the germ ot culture start, Cultivate!

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

HUMUS. Aim at keeping up jour liumus sup ply (.vegetable matter), as tliis is tlie first thing a plant looks for. It must be in the soil to enable the three es sentials to plant life-phosphoric ncid, potash anil nitrogen-to thoroughly perform their functions. Where the humus is absent the three very neces sary essentials named would be of ab solutely no value during a hot, dry spell. Even ill a favorable season, with moisture forthcoming, the relief would only be temporary, and a dry pinch will pull it up at once. Not so where the humus is Incorporated in the soil, for, apart from its functions as moisture conserver-which alone Is invaluable to plant life-it sets up certain bacterial action which makes more available any plant food that is in the soil, In an insoluble form, aurt the soil is better able, where this vegetable mutter is in abundance, to respond to any application of commer cial fertilisers. Always aim at keep ing up the "body" o£ your land by adding green manure crops....

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR THE FARMER. BURNT LIME v. GROUND LIMESTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

FOR THE FARMER. BURNT LIME v. GROUND « LIMESTONE. When lime Is burned lu n kiln (lie limestone rock or carbonate undergoes decomposition. Carbonic neld is thrown off, and the oxldo or quick lime remains. When this Is slaked It fnlls to a very fine powder, which Is soluble In water, and becomes evenly .distributed through the soil, and more thoroughly mixed with It than any ground insoluble material can pos slbly be. Herein is constituted Its su periority over tho ground rock. It is .-something like dissolving a cupful of sugar in a pint of water and mixing thai solution In n bucket of water, livery particle of water present In the bucket would be more or less sweet ened by the.sugar. It would be im possible to distribute any powder, however finely ground, in the same way. The oxide has great nihility for atmospheric carbonic acid, and com bines with it to reproduce carbonate of lime. This process is a fortunate : reversion - lor the farmer, because it becomes practically Insoluble I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LITTLE BRAIN WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

LITTLE BRAIN WAVES. The bluntost remarks cut deepest. TearB never yet wound up a clock or worked a Bteam-engine. No sprrnon is too long for the .wo man with a new hat. What a piece of wotk is man. What a piece of fancy v/nrk is woman. Every man has his price, and many are willing to give themselves away. The very last thing a normal wo man wants from any man Is-the truth. A cautious man is like a hat-pin. His head prevents him from going too far. It is charming to be always eniiling, but auch people us a rule live lu men tal hospitals. . When a woman meets a man half way he begins to-think.it la time for him to turn back. The men who think that money can do anything will probably ilo any thing for money. ? A big list can "bruise an eyu, but not for BO long ac a ll'tlo dimple-can bruise a man's heart. You may face financial ruin, death, Illness, even gaol with calmness, but the tickle of a persistent 'fly-never. The sleep of the just may be sweet, but none steeps so soundly as the un...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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GROW THE LAMBS WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

GPOW THE LAMBS WELL. No single part of successful sheep husbandry is more vital to the Allan clnl welfare of the llock-owner thnn the Browing of the lamb crop to ma turity. Every sheep man recognises the fact that quality is the predomin ant factor In the .determination of market value of llock products. There is little dilllculty in securing top mar ket prices when the goods can be de livered. When a 1 nib Is dropped healthy and robust, and sucking a deep-milking ewe, there is little (rouble encountered to bring htm to early market maturity, lint the hitch comes, when adverse conditions are confronted, and prudent judgment must be exercised to eliminate the obstacle. Mock-owners generally recognise the Importance of properly growing the lamb crop to promote rapid gain and uniformity. The market to-day, from every view-poitit, is discrimina ting in favor of early maturity and uniform quality. The mutton-maker must be alert to the demand o£ the market if lie hopes to produce the qual...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOUSEKEEPER'S OUNCE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

THE HOUSEKEEPER'S OUNCE. I An ouuco of granulated sugar equals [ two level teaspoonfuls. An ounce of flour, four lovel tableepoonfuls. An ounce of ' utter, two level teaspoon t'uls. An ounce of ground coffee, flvo I level tablespoonfuls. An ounce of thyme,- olglit level tablgppoonfuls. An ounce of pepper, four levol tablespoon fuls. An ounce of Bait, two levol tablespooufuls. An ounce of mus tard, four levol tablespoonfuls. An ouuco of chopped suet, a fourth of a cupful. An ounce .of olivo oil, two tablespoonfuls.

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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Levey's Hot Weather Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

Levey's Hot Weather Sale. Though you may travnl 'far and wide. In citics groat ami small reside; You'll novor find a blesecd atoro, Whoro bargains crop up nioro and mora Than Lcvoy's Tile stocks are plonteous and fine. And bargains upring from every lino T>ont miss this opportunity, But como oil Saturday and sou ... What I,ove\'.i Tvvoweilts sale contiiine You 11 stvvo your quidlets for your pains .And furthermore you inay ho sure, Your every want you may procure Atliovov's Tho sale will last for junt two wcoUh Dolieht well fill the 0110 who Rooks Tho rhino flavins; bargains there So one alio all attend this Kuir Of Lovcy's

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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THEY CONVINCED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

THEY CONVINCED HIM. Maxim Gorky, the famous Russian author, who wua expelled from Russia, some time ago, has not accepted the Czar's permission to return to Russia. There was another Russian writer who disapproved of bo many thingB lu connection with the management of his country that bo got himself Into serious trouble with the authorities. He persisted in pointing out the de fects, and at last they got so exasper ated that they decided to hang him, and he was duly sentenced to death by one of the governors he had criti cised. Three.times they tried to hang him, and three times the rope broke. The worried hangman postponed the execution while he went to talk things over with the governor. "What did he say ?when the rope broke the third time?" asked the go vernor. "He said It was juBt what might bo expected In Russia," replied the hang man; "that we couldn't even hang a man properly." The enraged governor turned in a fury to the hangman. "Convince him that he is wrong!" he shouted. ...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VIXEN. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XLI. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

'*. THE VIXEN, By l-EWIN FITZHAMON. Published by Arrangement with . Ward, Lock & Co,, Melbourne. All Rights "Reserved. CHAPTER XLI. ^ lieutenant Ingram! ' ^1§a'8^' into'lhe "52- DespUc sr1°s - attention; ho looked the limirc of a hope """ Wl'° lia<l a,ni|ll|oned all tlon'ofr°MrVnB ll,'s.sllal ln th0 i,lton» "on of Mr. candy a voice us he began !h" "i,WOro preHcnt I" Court when given?" 1C° 0t ?l!,n,0B 'Mordan wna "Yea." "Is it correct?" "YeB." La<lyepettigo°wrU ,n0nwto wilh tnnnnt !'V0(I 0,1 mc'" nnswercd Lieu tenant Ingram, crisply He looked tonnnf rat Ernest s">stonc, for Men livlriir na'n hil(1 "l3° t0 ear» humHiated woman?"80 °f "" nlrca,l-v nWa?8t, Sibstone nodded his head almost Imporcoptibly, as if to m knowledge an, invoice of'goods lie den ncr08S t0 at Dainty Dies Her placo was empty. She had gone, a beaten, discracoii woman, fortunately, she J " herself hearing thiV 11 .ml blow John Cott rofi*.\ out the lear-n.^i Judge himself Intervened wit...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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BETTY'S XMAS ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

BETTY'S XMAS ADVENTURE. | By Alice Manner*, Hetty sat at a littlo table In the conservatory loading out o£ her j mother's drawing-room, copying a chrysanthemum In childish fashion. Lady Trevenon camo In and caught her. Betty hurriedly covered up the work with her pinafore. "You mustn't look, mummy, she said, "it's a very special Christmas surprise." Lady Trevenon knew the usual Christmas card was being produced lor her benefit. ..1 won't even try to guess what it .,s," she said, smiling, "but will leave you in peace, darting. 1 am expecting .Mra. Mnrsden to tea any minute." "Is Stella with her?" Betty asked eagerly. "Not to day." "Then don't call me in, mummy, I pleaded Betty. "1 will come when I ? havo finished the-the surprise. | Her mother returned to the draw ing-room just as Mrs. Marsden wtfa announced. Betty plodded on with her f'.hrlstmas card. She paid little lieed to the conversation of her ciders which shfi could overhear. The shades of chrysanthemums and variegated holly ...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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CHAPTER XLII. An ante-room in the Law Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

CHAPTER XLII. CHAPTER XLII. An ante-room in the Law Courts. Lady 1'ettigew left the Court crush ed and overwhelmed with humiliation -a wholo world _of shame heating in upon lier, beating her down to her very knees in hopeless, helpless agony. Her husband stood by her, mute of his own misery, affording her comfort by gentle words of sympathy and assurance of his love for her. Occasionally there came bursts of muttered misery from the poor brow beaten woman, interspersed with frantic cries against the injustice of it all. Dainty worked herself into a frenzy against her dead parent, who had. brought her up so abominably as to land her in a slander case. Then followed distraught imprecations against Slbstone, so fierce and so shrill that her poor honor-maimed hus band had to place his hand gently over her mouth. She resisted and fought like a wild cat. Then as sud denly sho turned upon him and ac cused him o£ standing up for Angela Burney-"for a thief," she cried hysterically, "I know s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

Special Announcement. WARRAGUL. OWING to increased Railway Facilities we are now doing a Steadily increasing business in Your District and Neighborhood, and Cus tomers will find it very much to their advan to send their orders to usT BECAUSE WHY? our prices Eve n lej are much Mel lower. bourne when Freight added. BECAUSE of Greater Variety, Larger Stocks, ^Direct Importations from Manufacturers, Seasonable* Novelties. Up-to-date Goods all the Year Round iXF You want Anything from a Needle to an Anchor, Send us a Trial Order. We Guarantoe You will be pleased and become a Regular Cuatomer. Drapers, Grocers, Ironmongers, Wine & Spirit Merchants Central Emporium, Warragul. Millar-Wade Automatic Milker. The Last Word in Milk ing Machines. I:.-. w.M-l; in 11,e c"iv. Viir-1. C'jiii im; iif-{ it* the .Miiis. i" it. simplicity. 1'- <|li It t»-i I;.«Tt lilloV. lo'lm* 111 . r.l. v in \."i>i'l; it. A Bey of Twelve willi Four of these Machines can milk THIRTY COWS AN HOUR C...

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CHAPTER XLIII. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

CHAPTER XLIII. crusl> In the Court the next ornlng would have done credit to a Wy Lane matinee. It is no exaC° fhl , , ',° say tImt tho highest In 0 'and fought, and not always un with the lowest ?n ho I tof'L0:8hou,('ho be CaIIed »£» of th0 resumption of Cott mr r^b'° f"',1, youns ren|atone from rcrsoaSk ,CaV° 10 w,tMT ' al^°)inthUEi'iH tha.1 1,0 couId better as sist both litigants to arrive at i nnn t Jfsuo ,f he were allowed the opportunity to go into the witness box and make a statement. Jn consideration of the fact tint Just/"17 h°d .1t0pped the Mr Justice gave his consent. t"",ohn. Cott commenced his hateil t °?c'IlinG tho case for the de ffT': he began slowly, gathering inc h lCCh , ,around him, and hold nn ,hands Clasped in simple fash is TuJl , h,',m- HIs voice ^3 as full and melodious as ever, yet it carried with it a iurking hint of sad' whntt bjfesed,the Court'8 indulgence Hid L ma .! '? PersonaI statement. Had he consulted his own wishes the case, wouU have terminate...

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"Ring Off, Pleasel" [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

"Ring Off, Pleaiel" She was a very naughty telephone girl,, and she ought " to have known | better than put the subscriber on-to i the wrong number. Nevertheleei, ehe | did 1t. | Naturally he thought ha -was con nected" -with tho local theatre tor I which ho had aBked, and, being In * hurry, he promptly asked for a box for two that night. "But wo don't have boxes for fwot" said a startled voice at the other end o! tho line. I "Isn't that the Frivolity Theatre?" 1 he demanded crossly. 1 "Why, no," was the answer. "This l la Graves, the undertaker." 11B rang off. ! To liva peacefully In a flat you must j have no dotr, cat, canary,f piano, oor net, flute, gramophone, baby, or curi osity atysut your noig'hbOTB. I Al) .women have hte&Ws; » low have I Intellects.

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THE HOMING INSTINCT OF A CAT. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

THE HOMING INSTINCT OF A CAT. A wonderful instance of the homing Instinct of a cat is described by a correspondent of "Country Life" "Our chauffeur's daughter recently came by rail from her homo in Car ciin to visit her father at Ripon. She brought with her, in a basket, an ordinary black tom-cat, which slio has had four years. Intending to leave him with her father. After the first day in his new home, while his mis tress was still here, the cat disap peared and could not be found. In quiries elicited the fact that a black cat had been seen, on the railway which passes near the house. Ten days later a letter arrived from Car diff saying that the cat had come home. "He was in an exhausted state, with all his claws worn off and the flesh of liis toes abraded. The distance be tween Rlpon and Cardiff is fully two hundred and fifty miles. The cat must therefore have travelled nearly thirty miles a day. Physically that is a fairly good feat. But, If he re turned by the way he came, how d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

This Hotise from £135. If so, Then Don't come to a FINAL Decision About Your New Cottage befor* "Cwusulting Me. 0. F. L. Trafalgar Timber Yards B.S.A. Bicycles From £10. Upwards. All Duplicate Parts Kept in Stock. Local Agent "for the Scottish Union and Nat ional Fire and Accident Insurance Company. f§ 8T-1 e . lira a EE,". ->:i Satisfaction Promptness And Despatch Assured J. LESLIE ^Genera! Carrier, Etc Has purchased the Carrying and General Liv-.'ry Business lately conducted by Mr J AS. KENNY. A TRIAL' SOLICITED ~Exccpt the Ht.c Leather and i SkiMul WcilintftjrMp u»ed in the Saddle?, Harness, and .liter requisites supplied by The Trafalgar Saddlery w. s. LANG-DON (Late of Melbourne). HAS established An Effective System of Receiving and Trans mitting Orders by POST and HAIL. Customers - Dox'T HESITATE. Satisfaction As sured. THE Shop hits been specially fitted up to to cater for all Local and District Require ments at Guaranteed Mel bourne Prices. All Repair Work Neatly and Prom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

A CARD, ' A CARD E. R. WARREN, Commissioner of tho Supremo Court for taking nflidavits. Hpmmcneed thn practice of liia fa^sion at Trafnl^ur, visiting YAlUUoOX on FRIDAY MOE on TUESDAY anil . . Thorpdr.lo when lcqu.'i'Cd. : INCOME TAX SCHEDULES' - ' MADE UP Melbonmo Amenta . ' GAVAN. DUFFY & KING (A CARD(. . ?Mr. Hubert Kelly, M.A., L.L.U. Barrister ?fun! Solicitor, \ rnu'lnr .1* Gvnvcyancer HAS coimuiMiccit the prnctico of his Profession in MOK and visits tho Surrounding Coin", j when required. N.U,-Tncomo The Returns compiled. Loans Negotiated and other Agenc Work Eil'oied. A CARD. A CARD DENTISTRY. ARTMEY, Recorded by t!»c DKNTAL Board Victoria MAY bo consulted at his Surgery Contingent at., TRAFALGAR where tho best advice can bo obtained, &ud all appliances up-to-date. Tho Amcsthctic usedhas been certified o by Dr Molli^on, Bacteriologist. Mel. ourne Hospital, MOE visited first and third Friday in each month. XARRAGON visited Second and Foarth Tuesday in each mont...

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The Times. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

I'RID.\\r, JAN UARY If.th. Mr K. II. Macartney, .'^'corded by the Dental Hoard of Vic toria, will visitMoe oil the first and third Jjri day in each month, antl ' aringon on the second and Ion rtli Tn.usday Tho next mooting or the 'Mu 'u,l''1.ri Shire Council lias not yet, besn .riot,'> Tied, but will probably tako ptevc 011 ths first Monday in February. Local KnighlH .if the 1 rigW 1 informed that, the (.iame and I'^ish-eT iea Department bus fixed the 1 111)'of February an the opening (lay for sh»oting wild duck, bei.ig four day* earlior than last season. The .annual sports, under tho aus pices of the Trafalgar Club, hag bneil lixo.d for Wednesday, 11th February. The programme thia year will bent' a liberal and most attractive charncter, which will be issued in time to ap pear in otir next issue. A par ty of three local angers, who visited theT.irwin on Saturday night, hist and returned on SiKidny evening were eompi-n-ati d for their miting by a haul ill' 217 good-sized fish, the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

: Preliminary Notice. Catholic Bazaar. March 12, 13, 14th J. TRR VCY, C. LEKZ, Joint Hon. Sees. ?M' 1 ? n LEE'S PICTURES EVERY FRIDAY SOROSES HAIR TOXIC will absolute!)' Rt'ow luur and'prevent it froiu fulling out It impnrts n. be uiliful glossy sheen and brings but nil the natural brightness to tlie hair. Obtainable ut T. U, McLean Stntionecrs &c., Trafalgar. C.Brown, b'acksmith. Trafalgar '"Higent for International Harvester Co , binders mowers, drills, plows ciigines.milking; machines, and irri gating plants. Twine, oil and duplii cafes kept in stock. All kinds ' or niachin- ry npr.irsd A Boon to FariBHrs this Spring -Nicholas' well known Clausing for cows nfier calving. Prevents Milk Fovp.r, .to. Try it and you will be convinced <>f its snperior i y over much vnuntoil drenches Prcpu-p.1 only by .1. P. Nicholas. Chemist Trafalgar M DO NOT HES3TATE ? TO SPEAK OF -WHICH CAVE ME BACK HEALTH. ?IT WAS THAT MEDICINE ALONE,1 'IT IS THE BEST OF MEDICINES FOR "WEAK, ...

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AN IDEAL JAPANESE HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 16 January 1914

IDEAL JAPANESE HU8BAND. A Tofcio review, the "Choukouyo Uousho," has been asking its lady renders tor their idea of a huBband. Here are the necessary virtues o£ tha paragon placed according to the order of their importance in tho oyes ol fadr Japan:-He must not be a miser; not be too much taken up with his own toilet; be manly In appearance; ex press liimselt clearly, avoiding any thing like a hint; be prompt in deci sion and clever in extricating himself from an awkward position; have an ideal, which may be I'.ft to his own choice; leave tho management of the household to his wife; never put hi» faco inside the kitchen; ndver criti cise his wife's hats or dresses; never make other people the 'recipients ol his confidences; not end by becoming an object of disgUBt to his wife; col tivato the virtue of companion; not drink heavily; not be fat; not be too jcalouB.

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