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RESULTS IN FEEDING HORSES [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
| RESULTS IN FEEDING HORSES A German agriculturist advocates the steeping .'ind fermenting of oats for horses as a menus of giving the greatest nutritive power to tliem. His method i^ to ha\e three troughs, each holding enough for a day's rations. The oats being put in the lirst one, hot water is poured over them, and the whole is well stirred. After standing about six hours the water is drawn off and the oats left to swell , and Ferment. Another troughful is fixed in the same "way tho next day, and another on the third dav, when the lirst trough ful, having stood for 48 hours, is ready &lt;0 be fed out and the trough refilled. He claims that this gives the maximum of nutritive value. It is said that a drop or two of cam phor added to tho water in which the face is washed prevents tho skin from becom ing shiny. Two couples married at the Preston Parish Church on tho same day have sur vived to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding day. Never ape d anything befor...
OUT OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
OUT OF THE PAST. By Louis J. Stellmann, in the "Argonaut." iiorue stood a moment before the hotel entrance. Through the fog that had crept in stealthily with the shadows the bright electric signs of Powell-street gleamed, luminously diffused. A block ahead was Market street, San Francisco's great com mercial highway and nocturnal pro menade. Behind lay the "cocktail route"-a criss-cross of gay streets, where the theatres, clubs, cafes, and gorgeous drinking places clustered. Borne was in a mood for neither, for his thought was in the past. And, as he ruminated, a street singer's voice came to liim faintly, its slight Inhar monies mellowed by distance and me mories: Maggie! Maggie! The cows are in the clover. They've trampled there since morn. Go and fetch them, Maggie, to the old red barn. ^ It awoke in Borne some faded re collection, vague, half-tender, half sad. He turned back. Before the street singer Borne paus ed and fumbled in his pocket. A com monplace, squat-figured, elderly...
DRAINAGE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
DRAINAGE WORK. Winter is on the whole the best season of the year for carrying on drainage work. There are circumstances under which summer drainage may be carried on to more advantage, but everything con sidered, including the difficulty of obtain ing labour in summer, and the risk of in terfering with othor farm work, the experience of farmers is that the most suitable time for carrying on drainage ! operations is between May and Septem | ber. It is in the springtime more than at any other season of tho year that the ad vantage of the thorough drainage of land ! ^kes itself most strikingly manifest. Land which lias been properly drained will not only admit of being worked at a much earlier stage of tho season than that which lrns been allowed to lie water logged all through the winter; bitf the seed put into Buch land will germinate with more rapidity and more vigour than that sown on land from which the sur face moisture has 110 method of escape other than through mriat evaporati...
TRAINING HOHSES FOR BATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
TRAINING HOHSES FOE BATTLE. I The first lesson ot' the horse consists in , being drawn up with others in a ring ' round an instructor, who firos a pistol, j Some horses take the lesson hard, being terrified at the unusual sound, I while others take the Hush and report 1 very quietly. These last are soon passed i over to severer trials, while the others i have lesson after lesson of the same kind ! until they become quite convinced that the pistol holds no danger for them. Be ' fore long you might fire a seven-pouuder i withinayardof them and thev would hardly I Jook round. After this they are taught ' to face fire-that is, to gallop fearlessly 1 up to a line or square of infantry binning ' away with their rifles; and to charge bat 1 teries of quick-firing guns. Of course, ' only blank cartridges are used. To a , trained horse, going into battle for the j first time, there is no difference between the thunder of the harmless guns that he j has been accustomed to and the deatli , deal...
Post Cards from the North Pole. AMUNDSHEN'S NOVEL PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
Post Cards from the North Pole. AMUNDSliN'S N0V1SL I'LAN. Gu-ptaiu Amuudtjen, who first discovered tho South Pole, will atari, early iu 1011, on another great adventure among the ice. In his ship, tho "From," ho will light hie way acroea tho Polar seas, and finally try and drift to the North Polo itself. Tho cost of the great expedition will exccod £30,000 and so far tho full sum liuu not been raised. To quickly secure tho balance of tho money Captain Amundsen haa adopted a novel plan-tho sending of post cards from the North Pole to ull thoso good pooplo who care to pay a modest feo for tho card, and thus help on the yvcal adventure. Fortius purpose a special North Pole card has been issued, l'urchasoru may address theso to themselves or their friends, uud lend tiiem iu a tipecial euvclopo to Captain Amuudson at Bau Francisco. All such cards will bo taken ou tho "Fram" right to tho North Pole, it Amundsen gets there. With the consent of tho postal authorities tho "l!'ram" ban been m...
FARM AND GARDEN. THE BEST WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
FARM AND GARDEN. THE BEST WHEAT. No. 1 grade of the Manitoba wheat known as " Hard Duluth " is said by ex- : perts to be the best milling wheat that is grown anywhere. The generally-accepted facts regarding the origin of this wheat are that in Canada it was first grown 60 years ago under the name of Scotch Fife, thus named by a Mr Fife, who got it from a merchant in the Baltic grain trade. At first it was (bought to bo an autumn wheat, but as it was found to do much better when grown in the spring, it is now considered a spring wheat. From On tario it was taken in 1S5G to the Slate nf Minnesota, and 20 yoar&lt; later it found its way back inio Manitoba. When the great rush of settlement took place in Manitoba ' in 18R2 large quantities of seed of this wheat were obtained in Minnesota, and . taken across the border to Manitoba. The grade of the Hard Duluth known as No. 1 Hard is the best quality that can be obtained from the lied Fife wheat when grown under the most favourabl...
HOW TO GROW RASPBERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
HOW TO GEOW HASPIiEIUiI liS. A writer in " Seedtime !ind linrvest" makes tlie following suggestions on tlio cultivation of the raspberry : The plant's should be set out as early as the ground can be worked, for the earlier they start the finer the plants will be, and should the plants sprout much before setting out, the sprout is apt to be broken off, which will cause the plant to be later in starting to grow. Set the plant in the ground shallow, not covering the buds more than two inches at first; as soon as the plants show well down the row commence to cultivate and keep well cultivated throughout the season. For propagation the plants should be nipped when about two feet high, which will cause new laterals to push out from each joint; and when the ends of the tips have grown reddish, they are ready for layering, which is done by digging a hole two or three inches deep, putting the end of the tip into this and covering, and by fallyou will have a finely-rooted plant. Some commence...
"KINDNESS IS THE WORD.' What Is Good? [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
"KINDNESS IS THE WORD.' What Is Good? "What is the real good?" I ask, in musing mood. "Order," said the law court; "Knowledge," said the school; "Truth," said the wise man; "Pleasure," said the fool; "Love," said the maiden: "Beauty," said the page; "Freedom," said the dreamer; "Home," said the sage; "Fame,' said the soldier; "Equity," the seer. Spalce my heart full sadly: "The answer is not here." Then within my bosom Softly this I heard: "Each heart holds the secret; " 'Kindness' is the word." -John Boyle O'Reilly.
HER SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
HER SECRET, They were t*o bosom friends, but although they were women, one of thetn had never confided her age to the other. J,|Ycs," ehe was sayiug ; "I've kept the secret of wy age ever sincc I was twenty." "Really!" said her friend, " NOYCE told anyone ?". .' Never !" '"Never?" "Never, never; never !'' "Never given the faintest hint ?." ."Not the slightest !" "I expeet you will some time. iVou'ro bound to let th« the bae ».">- . .*» out of ' _ .-u you least espect it." '"Not likely ! After I havo kept, a secret for ten years I'm not likely, to give it away !" Floggiag ill the 'Army was totally abolished more than thirty yearg OSO. ST JAMES STOCK SALE. - Messrs Green, Manning and Co. announce in oar advertising columns that the next stock sale at St: James will be held on Tuesday, 13th January, 1914. SOROSES SKIN FOOD, Every woman who wishoa to appear beau tiful nhould uoe " Soroses" for the okin, it being unsurpassed in preaarvtug tlio com plexion, Sorosua Skin Food io frebhou...
FOODS THAT STOCK THE BRAIN. PHOSPHOROUS IN FISH FALLACY, RIGHT SUMMER DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
FOODS THAT STOCK THE BRAIN. "? - PHOSPHOROUS IN FISH FAL LACY, RIGHT SUMMER DIET. :,'A11 the great works of the intel lect arc accomplished in tho winter, when the brain is stimulated with the rich foods which are necessary for the upkeep of the body," said Dr. Soltan Fenwicfc, M.I)., speaking at the Instutute of Hygiene. Summer time, he pointed out, was the period of waste, when it was ex pedient to avoid heating foods. In tho ' case of persons who feel little de«ire for food at breakfast, ho said : ' 'A light meal consisting of a cup of tea or coffec, wiUi a roll and butter, and perhaps a little fresh fruit, is all that is required. "Eggs, owing to the fact that they contaib both fat and proteids arc important items in the dietary." Sugar is also a valuable food, and the habit of linishing breakfast with marmalade, honey, or fresh fruit in creases the nutritive valuo of the meal. Mauy facilities were in vogue as to the value of foods. Chocolate, for instance, although it has many ...
THE DOOR THAT ALWAYS OPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
DOOR THAT ALWAYS OPENS. 'iXiao door that always opens" ie the latest illustrated booklet issued by Dr Bernardo's Homes. It contains the life stories of a day'a admissions told in a very readable fashion. Hero is ono of bbom.- "In tbo dark hours comes little Teddie, found in the street at two o'clock in the morning, burning with fever. Nat even Df Barnardo's Homes could save him, and we cau see that he muat die. But nobody could know how pitiful some of bis last words would be. His Qood nurse kissed him iike a mother, 'Why did you do thai'i' said the astonished boy; and then, 1 Nobody-never-kissed-me-before.'" For nearly half a century the door of Dr Bamardo's Homes Iiib opened to all destitute uhildren. Many of them come in a pitiable condition-afflicted, Buffering and miserable. 7S 000 child ren have passed through the Door, and the majority of them have been trained in various ways to take their places as useful citizens in the Homeland, and as supporters of the flag in the Domini...
BIOGRAH ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
BIOGRAPU ENTERTAINMENT. A large numbor attend®':! tbo lio grapU ontartuimaent on tbo oporu grouutf ab £18bsiug taksu at the gates. It was unfortunate, however, that the lighting aparatus of th* biograph waB faulty, as tho gas run oat before the wholo of tho picture* had been acrooued. Whilst the light lasted the pictures TBre very good. In addition to thu moving pictures .elections rrere pjiren by the pipe band, which were thoroughly appreciated, as was alio a pipe solo by Mr Hugh Eraser, and a clevsr aide-drum eolo by Mr B. Allen.
THE VIXEN. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXXVII. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
THE VIXEN, By l-EWIN FITZHAMON. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXXVU. For some time the attention of the Court was occupied with an examina tion of the plan of the library, show ing the raised stage, Hie stairs leading to the line of erccted dressing-rooms, and the passage leading to the con servatory running from the proscen ium to the door on tho 0.1'., or right hand of the stage, when lacing the audience. j A number of witnesses-the butler, some stage-nands and property men were examined. One important point was established by the., afternoon's work-that the conservatory door had been locked by some one on the out side of the door alter the robbery. Lady Pettigew's housekeeper, under fire of Mr. Candy's questions, easily satisfied the Court that during her search she had found nothing sus picious either in Miss Burney's dress ing-room or about her personal cloth ing. Shq reiiien,bored sfirehing Miss Burnoy, smu hud ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
Bobinbbb NOTICES Th Champion of Cheapness TUNGAMAH Begs to aunoutice that he has just; opened . . . New and Up-to-Date Goods in all Departments THE SHOW ROOM Is now replete with all the latest novelties in Laces, Ribbons, Ties, Underclothing, "P.D." and " Kabo ,J Corsets, &c. MILLINERY Miss BOYNE lias charge ol this department. Ladies' and Children's Millinery a specialty. All new, up-to-date, stylish and good value. THE HABERDASHERY, HOSIERY and MANCHESTER Departments arc fully stocked and the values arc A 1. DRESSES We are showing all the latest goods and have a fine j selection of Dress Trimmings, &c. Miss EDSALL has charge of the Dressmaking Department, and clients can rely on getting every satisfaction. CLOTHING Men's and Boys' Clothing, a large and varied assort ment ; also Hats, Shirts, Ties, &c. Suits to order, fit and style guaranteed. CROCKERY, FANCY GOODS, TOY'S, XMAS CARDS. LP- WARE, FUttNlTURE, BEDDING, &° Now having the room we are able ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES .INSURE WITH A TOTALLY AUSTRALIAN COMPANY Fire, Live Stock, Crops, Stacks, Personal Accident, Employers' Liability, .. . Etc., Etc. All Information will be Supplied y £5 UYY Y by the'Local Agent- vi 1 il 1 i 41 i New WindmiMa ALSTON'S 1912 PATENT > .-Ml A*1 Ilic Michauism is of the simplest fat in, consisting of only Three Moving Parts, which mo entirely enclosed iu a dust-pmcf case and run in an oil ball). Fitted throughout with SLccl Ball Bearing?, which ninke it Kiiu tionlcss. Noiseless and Unr eal able. The Siinpltst, Mrnupest and Lightett Running Mill ever Manufactured. WRITE VOU CATALOG. Over EO.COO "Alston" Mills iu ise " throughout Australia. wmEsrea FRAMED GALVAKSZCO 8TC0S[' Tlillli The BEST TROUGHfcver invented WILL ftOT CFlACiv LEAK, RUST, c.&lt; ROT. - . Pacta? in Small Supplied In All Lengths. ; THE CHEAPEST & M03T D'JkASLE TilGUSH EVSR !?-5VSPITED. * Send lor Pricc List. .IA&1E8 ALSTON l'A'i"i::-rn;E & ijanukacturek. ...
METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 8 January 1914
MISTIIODIST. TUMUAUAU CntuuiT - Tuogumak 7.30, llcv 15. C. I'crkiua ; Wugguraudull 3, Mr Kervillc; Devcoish 11, Mr Amory; Stewarlon 2.30, Mr Ainery; Eotrcya 11, HOT E. C. l'erkina; 1'ceohelba i!.30, llev E. C. Porkiua. KATAMATITK CIRCUIT - Katamutito 3, Hcv T. Roberta (S), 7.30, Mr Doveniek; Duubulbalane 11. Mr N. Ludica, 7,30, Kov. T. Roberts; Vouaruut; 11, Kov T. Roberts; Youamnito 3, Mr Roe.