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HEDGE TRIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

HEDGE TRIMMING. by "Hedge Hog." After a rather prolonged ab sence on private business oui Curator has again taken up hit iuties. We were all very please* tnd inclined to breik out am sing "When .Johnny coma narehing home aga:n" but fo :he fact that a mercenary firm o; vheat buyers, for the sake o' iithy lucre, insist on our Curatoi being their occasional Wedder burn buyer, This is not fair to wr Curator, as it makes large in r i-^ds in the ti"ie ho »n oo-nnqf-' wishes to tp^nd on his legitimate iuCies, eviurfiici ui \VuiCii can ie2n in all direction-. For in stance, he has no time to attend o the hedge which encircled the Market Square, and in many other directions his presence is required. .We had at one time a common gardener who. for r paltry fifteen bob a week, planted most of the reserve and attended nd trimni'ed the public hedge? and, .out of his own pocket, ar.o'.ed most of the structure! vhich st:ll ad Ji'n our gardens. Pctrhai g our Curator should h provided with an assista...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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III. The Laurels, Albury Avenue, Chiswlck, June 10, 1911. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

The Laurels, Albury Avenue, CUlswIcU, June 10, 1911. Dear Mark,—1 am writing to renew our engagement and to say I'm sorry for the altitude I adopted towards you yesterday; but. I think you'll agree Willi mo that It was only natural In the supposed circumstances. I know now who the culprit is, and 1 reel shamed 16 the earth. To tlunk Hud a brother of mine should have degraded me so, and brought unjust suspicion on you! t cart never {Jr5'v® him, and have told him so. It was good of you to act on Ills behalf and make things right with Hart and Lea, but it was more than he de serves. I feel very bitter towards him for the suffering he has caused mo. You will come:as usual to-morrow, won't you? I shall be wailing yours, as ever, HELEN. I Mark Tempest, in the solitude of his lodgings, read Helen's letter through once, twice, three times, and at the third perusal flung it impa tiently aside and fell Into troubled "'why' did the .letter not thrill him as a love letter from the writer would ...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Jt1 urtlier success is reported to have been ohtainotj h.v Jack Dofoldrfdri;' tH^1 -'vijbrlMamous peel jstrian'. 0ohpQtifi2,at Aber deen oi) Friday i}5 won Lhp 300 yajijg l]a()djcfjp in §2'2|§ ^q'c. ii' N^sit i<au>. •• lAr years we haw Ucimi ti i11^ Clnm VrlaiV* Ooirjli Remotly," hivk Mr Kerlarl . W-j.uIuim , Wentworlli, N.S, \V. " v Jt ve rii\ el.itden ;uul never use uuytiiiii" else to tliu treatment of coughs, ooIuh, una Vtnehliil (juaipUiuta, i eo.jtklently reeotn* neml Clmmlwrlniifd umigl) Kunicily to .'Voryone, m-iru '.MpcMjUlly U; wlio iltu tiiyriclfl%rte'ynmtti^!i|ufrttiV IipjillLh to •afe^imnl/ It'Vievrt5 fiiils'jYiirlii-r in "l . *' , '.V Suht liy T. .1. I'ulpi) mid !(• ^ --p; ..

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SOME DONT'S FOR HOUSEWIVES AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

80ME DONT'S FOR HOU8EWIVES AND OTHER8. Don't fail to givo youv eorroct "ad dress when ordoring goods. _ Don'fc forget to scoro children's new shoes on tho soles bo that they will not slip. Now shoes nro highjy pol ished, and oven big children slip and fall. Tako a dull knife-point or scis sors and scratch tho soles in criss-cross fashion, not making tho marks so deep as to injure tho solo. Don't take pet dogs visiting iind ex pect people to propave especial food for thorn, or shut their room doors con tinually s\ as not to linvo tliejr shoos or garments gnawed, or their beds in vaded, and their sofa cushions lnado "doggy." Don't fail to watch your baby when boarding or- visiting where babies ore not undorstoocl. Injudicious pcoplo do the most amazing thing.?. A haby not tlireo months old was given n big sweet by a friend of tho mother before tho mother could'stop her. It was n chocolato almond, and the poor.baby swallowed tho large nut! Again, wo men loavo bottles of ammonia', ctc.,...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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Cycling and Motor Notes [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Cycling and Motor [By Our S|jc<;inl CoiTivnomi'jnl. 1 The fifth anniiiil niol.ir eyclt: r^iiu bilit.v contest over tie Interstate rojte from Syd.iey t:i Melbourne (5(i5j .niks) whs siicos.ifully conclude'! last \v '-It. 'i li .• evjnt. attr icu-il ;i splendid e t:* , ouc ol' wliiiM !M cjiiUvtants t'nccd tbj star.er, comprising 8l> N.S.W. riders, 27 Vi^toi i ui and one Tnsniiniian, and out of Mi 13 number 1^1 crri| ocitois joored fnll points for leliabiii .y. All told US riders complete'! tile course. 'I'he weather conditions throughout tl c run were favorable for this time of the year, and taken right throuj h the to si was easily the mos: successful inoior cycle eve.r. held over this course. 'I r>« first day's run was to Gi u'.burn ( 29,' miles) including a flcxil ility hill I. si. L'lu1 secand was toGun Jug-ii 11 -) m I s), including a 1):11 cli nb up Juiijroint Hill ; the thirJ t i Wim^aralCu (147 miles), ntrJ the ccnclu ling ru.i i lto Melbourne (147,' inile i)....

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Melbourne. ■■■27.00!) yarded, comprising 2J<» ' Ci'iiU^s 'jjimJ r'jij'J bv road. Host wethers \vo|o m j(|iiruj.fcJ,$ |.'(.]||;<;1jented, while a largo propo|-tjqh gQns|$ted-ol good and prime erosebl'tid owes. Tin bulk of the merinoi)S consisted of use ful grade niedi am and light weight wethers and riioderately fat to service able ewes. Inferior descriptions were ;:.'IHct--8liU"J »-'loly by consignments of o'.d e.w\;K"' ruled about s per head in ad.'anee of 'fii'fit'ioi' Quo tations:— Prima crossbred wstlurs from 1S.-5 to 19s (>•', ex'.ra from 20s to 21s, good from lG.i 9d to 173 9d, second and in|:p(.|\|j- from to"16s. with hogget, vifl'-'t-? fl-'j'll ]'/* f'i according to i|i|a||ty l ||i'i!!|e i:|.j«.-jbf:ei| u^i. j mn} Ifis lii .lu'lvs. ^0 ^J.-J UJ, good from lJa tw lo 16a, §u(;Q||il fr»)m 12s (id to 13s fed I'prl.ne merino wettws from 15s 9J to 17s Gd, good from Ms to 15s (id, second from 12s to 13s 6d, in ferior and small from 9s 6J, with nloiw^ ijJjT" ...

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BENDIGO LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Bendigo Live Stock. • Sluej).i--u805 penned. The bulk of the c)|Verin^ consisted of good useful and medium descriptions, crossbrcds predominating w'ith occasional pens ol prime wethers. prices ail rpund wen t|igl)tly below {.he' rjit-s obtaining at last n)it>'|;et. Quotations—Prime ciusi bmj wetlK-'I's ' is to 19s, good useful from |5s to |ljs (jd. !|i-diuni de scriptions from l!!i to 1.1 i (jd; prime crossbred ewes from !!)3 (id to 17s, good usyl'lll from lils Od to 10s, medium sorts from 11* to 13s ; prime mcrim wethers from 14s to lOu (id ; prime merino ewes to 12s (id. I,limbs.—2091 penned. The quality was very moderate, the bulk of the ottering mainly consisting of medium and useful sorts, with odd pens of prinjo. gost lamb, irrespective of the jioU. Was realjisjrjiJ Jietweea 8 d and !J 74! I jkii* lb. Hu/rations.-.ffrjme shorn I imbs (:if»!bn to jiJl'js), 11J to Tfis" 3d ; 2t!!ba to DOIb-J, I1h to lya (it|. Cattle. -ii71 ponnod. The <|Uiility all rjunJ was very m...

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"THE MINSTREL" BREAKS OUT IN A FREST PLACCE. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

"The Minstrel" Breaks Out In a Fres:i Place. Three prizes will be offered— 10s and 5s —for the bett suggestions on — " How to make the Weddt: - burn Literary Institu e a popular placs of re sort.'' No competitor barred oh account of age or sex. Suggestions to bi written under some pen name. Contributors names will not be published.

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Shrads and Patches. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Shreds anil Patches. [!!y "Tub Minhtuix. "J "A wed 'cring minstrel I, A thing i-f shreds .mil p.itch-s, Of ballads, songs and entchcs, And dreamy lullaby." —Gilbert and Sullivan With a view to developing any Intent literary talent seeking I'-'r exprcssijii the proprietors of the N. I). P. i'. have decided to open lhi.-> .-i.t-ci iI column to be conducted o;i slightly novtd linos. Anyone who can semi linin-nU'i-Uining account of .some liUI- incident either in their district or away iron) it in<iy con tribute to this colmn i. but must kllach some assumed name lo the contribution and retain it right alyng. The real name and address in ;st be communi cated to the Editor, who ill preserve a strict conlidence in llie matter. The column will appear in each of the four papers. An endeavou • will be made to produce it every week, out that de pends entirely on the amount and quality of the matter r,applied. Bach week this column will be cut out and filed in each oflicc right up ...

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Saving the Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

8avlng the Situation. It wan a blood-curdling tragedy to which the visiting football team had been invited by the sporting manager of the Jooal theatre. The final scene ■was tlio execution of the villain. He was standing at the foot of the gal lows,. in the prison-yard waiting his doom. Suddenly a chicken,-, which . had been employed iti a former-part of tlio play, escaped, and, rushing noisily across the stage, took refuge under the gallows. This naturally created a diversion, and. the audicnce laughed.: The company on ■the ^tago stood wondering how to turn, the situation. Suddenly one of the. footballers shouted out. . "JSIow your whistlo, guv'nor. It's-a foM 'in tho iMJualty »r,eal" -During a winter visit to Florida, An drew Carnegie attended a servico in a little; negro church. When tho contri bution plate came around, Mr. Carne gie dropped a fiv&^dollar bill upon. it. After the oontents of the plate hnd been counted, the olorgyman atose and an nounced :• /■•'■■ . ■ • ' ...

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IF WE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

IF WE KNEW. - Could we. but draw back the curtains That surround each othbr's Jives, 'See their naked heart and spirit, Know- whut spur tlio action gives; Offer, wo should find it bettor, Purer thnn we judge wo should— Wo should lovo each otlior bettor, If wo only understood. Could wo judge all deeds by motives, See the goo3 and bad within, Often wo should lovo the sinner t All tho while we loatho tho Bin. Could wo know the powers working To overthrow -integrity. We should judge each other's errors With mors patient, charity. v If we knew tho care and trials, Knew the effort all. in vain, And tho bitter disappointment, Understood the loss and gain: Would tho grim external roughness Seem, I wonder, just the sumo? • Would we help whore now we"hinder? AVould wo pity where we blame P 'Ah! we judge each other harshly, ■Knowing not life's hidden force Knowing not the fount of action Is less tuVbid at its source Seeing not amid the evil All the goldon, grains ;of good.; Oh I we'd love each...

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CHAPTER XXI. The sunrise. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

CHAPTER XXI. The 8unrlse. The first glow of dawn had Just touched the eastern slty when Laura slipped out into the garden. She wanted to be alone in the great sym pathetic heart .of Nature on this the first morning of her greatest happi ness. All Nature was waking to this day of all days. Iii the orchard, alm ond-trees stood white with snow blooms, and a stray daffodil put up Its fairy head to welcome her. But 11 was out into the open fields beyond that Laura went, where the Igrcat gum-trees and clumps of wattle, newly-crowned .with their spring glory, had their way. She found a fatten log and sat down to watch the sunrise. A lamb bleated, a cow lowered In the distance, and a thrush in a neighbor ing wattle eohoed a plaintive sweet note. Laura suddenly sat up. Another sound had reached her ears. A quick Arm footstep was coming through the timber towards her. The next second a pair of brown hands were laid on the fence, and Rlohard leaped over. "Laura I" "Dick!" Her voice came to him...

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WIT AND HUMOR. That Noise. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

WIT AND HUMOR. That Noise. One evening an nmatour Nature student, note-Book in hand .penetrated tlio wilds of a cow pasture and paused to take advantago of the practical, al though crude, knowledge of a grey bearded countryman, who Bat content edly on a log. "There is a strange bird-note this evening," sho bogan, with sweet conde scension. "I -wonder—perhaps you can toll me what bird it is?" Tho old man removed His pipe for an instant. "I heard a robiu, mum," he admit ted, puffing away at his pipe before tho last word was out of his mouth. "Oh, no!" Tho student of ornithol ogy siSook her head, prettily impatient. "It is a new call, different from any thing X have yet come across. Can't you hear it—now?" -- Once more tho old man perfunctorily removed his pipe, and both ho and his questioner strained to listen. There was a bewilderment of -woodland and farmyard sounds. ■ "Toere!" whispered the girl—"that full, shrill note! Can't you hear it? in that direction?" A light broke over the ...

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FARM AND DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

FARM AND^DAIRY N0TE8. The legumos—lucerne, olover, oow peas, Hold peas, soy beans, cto.—may bo used for silage, but are not as de sirable as corn and the sorghums. Tlicy servo an cxoellent purpose when mlxpd with maize or sorghums. Where there Is an abundance of other crops for the silo the legumes are best used as hay. The best maize silage, pound for pound, Is made from maize that will mature a good crop of ears. Immature feed of any kind is not as good as mature feel. Milk is a pcrfeot medium for bac tcrla development, but Immediate cooling and maintenance of a low temperature will provenl the growth of bacteria in such numbers as will injure its keeping qualities and fitness for use. as a preventative lor ucks uie "Breeders' Gazette" recommends • a large spoonful of sulphur, added to a little more than a pint of salt, and thoroughly mixed. The sheep may not like it at first, but soon oome to eat it, and begin to show signs of im provement. For pigs affected with lice put a sood ...

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PRAISE FROM SIR HUBERT. THE GREAT DEAD AUTHOR'S MASTERPIECE. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

'PRAISE FROM SIR HUBERT. THE GREAT DEAD AUTHOR'S MASTERPIECE. By Harry Cowoll, in the "Argonaut." Once thoro livotl in a great country a great mail who looked into his heart and that of tilings as they aro, and -wroto. Lifo ns ho saw it ho drew, its salient features slightly exaggerated, kindly caricatured. Of his homely Lin coln-liko stories, one might say: Tlioy aro of tho peoplo, for the neoplo, by one of tho peoplo. To-day tile hungry millions ho wrote of and for, road him and cry for inoro, and cry in vain. Thus an old solf-taught to readWest cnor to a- cultured young librarian: "Say, miss, can't you gimme somo oth er stories liko this chap writes ? I know I all liis'n by lioart." And sho: "No, sir; I can't. ' 1 only wish X could! Thero aro no such stories written." . Like many another great man, this well-beloved writer was very much of a cliilii, nor ovor forgot that ho whs onco a* boy himself ami had birthdays. So when Huldah Blanding, sho of the freckled faco and tho whito-...

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CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

CHAPTER XX. On the baok verandah Mabel Clark was peeling apples. She had found a shady corner behind a shrubby pep per, for the sun was really hot this morning, and down went the apples Into the tin dish to the tune of the next Sunday's anthem. Hello, MabI" And Ella Leo put her head over the fence. . '•"alio1 I was Just wanting you," and Mabel shook the apples from her ap and came over to. the fenc.e. "is It true. Alf Hamilton says he was there with Leslie when it happened?" "That's Just what I was going to ask you,: returned .Ells... '^Frank Wilson told us Alf lfad seen Mr. Hope and explained It all last night. They all believe him, too, but I don't blamo anyone for believing it was Lennox" added she, doggedly. "Oh. here's Esther I Bother her I" ' "Why, she'll be able to tell us all about it," said Mabel. "Oh, no. 1 can't wait.' I must bo off. Our rooster s gone down to Mrs Wil son's." "n01d, ,mo™tog\ girls." Esther strolled into the back yard with the air of one who had a right to...

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Unto the Thrird & Fourth Generation. CHAPTER XIX. The Victory of Ross. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

* Unto the TJrird & Fourth Generation. By Marjorle Woatherly. CHAPTER XIX. The Victory of Ross, ■ Ross straightened hlmse.lf In the saddle, sitting black and statue-like , v against the gold of the evening sky. ' Ho was watching the lithe ilgurri of Alt HamLlton as he turned the last i bullock, and perhaps unconsciously en . Joying the peace of Nature, broken ', - only as It was by the report of a stock whip echoing over "Roslyn" slopes. ■! Suddenly a low roar ciune from the lately vanquished herd, and a great - - Coan bull, followed by the rest of the inob, charged full at the open gate. Ross's whip dropped from his arm to his hand, hut ho sat still. The lad : had dashed up the hill, and well-nlghs before his horse stopped he was on the ground standing right in the face of tho catlle. Out came the lash, once, twice, thrice times, before the leader fe.ll, bellowing, back amongst Ills fellows, and Alf bent qoolly to lift the fallen gate to its hinges. Ross hid a smile as he f...

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Knew Him Well. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Knew Him Wqll« It .trn's.a contested will oaae, and. one of'tlie witnesses, in the course of giving evidence, described tho testator minute ly. "Now, sir," said counsel for the de fence, "I suppose wo may take it, from the flattering description you have giv en of tlie testatoi his good points, and hisi personal appearance generally, that you were intimately acquainted with himP" . "Him!" exclaimed the witness. "Ho was no acquaintance of minol" "Indeed I Well, then, -you must havo observed him very carefully whenever you saw himP" pursued oounsel'. "I never say him in my life," was the reply. "Now, now. don't trifle with the Court, pleasef How, I ask you, could you, in tho name of goodness ,describe him so minutely if you never saw him or never knew. nimP" _ "Well," replied the witness, and the smile which overspread his features ex tended to tho faces of thoEie in court, "you see, I married his widow." ... I Pain ishould bo a secret thing. It is not decent that anyone should look u...

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The Colonel's Moral Sense. Apropos of a scandal in the New York Bar, Bishop Winston C. Rutherford told tho following stary:— [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

The Colonel's Moral 8ense. Apropos of a scandal in tlie New York Bar, Bishop Winston C. Rutherford told tho following starv:— TUe inoralB or the New xorK Bar . seem to. be about liko the morals of Colonel Byrne, no better and . no worse.' Colonel Byrne, a Kentuckian, de fended a man for murder. It was tes tified that this man murdered- a wo man op tlio night of August 20. Two or three witnesses, saw the deed. It •was committed under the milky light of a full moon. The witnesses were able to identify the defendant on account of the bril liance of the moonlight. The defendant could not prove an alibi, and things looked pretty bad for him. But at this point Colonel Byrno pro duced an almanao showing that on the night in question there had been no moon whatever. Thereupon a great laugh" resounded through tho courtroom and tho defendant was speedily acquit ted. "Colonel," said the defendant, after wards, "how much do I owe you ?" "You owe me," thei Colonel answered, "five hundred dollars...

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RULES FOR THINNING FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

RULES FOR THINNINQ FRUIT. The question or thinning fruit is an ever-present one to the orcharclist. One rule which is practised to some extent Is for the grower to size up all the conditions and determine how many cases of fruit the tree should carry. It is a small matter then to determine how • many fruits there should be. left on the tree. The re sults at first are likely to be consid erably -off the- estimate, but this is very largely a matter of practice and variation of seasons. Another rule whioh might be taken in conjunction with the previous one, is to thin plums to about two, two and a-half, or three inches, peaches four to eight, depending on the easi ness of the variety; pears and ap ples, five to seven Inches apart. In thinning pears and apples, it is only with early varieties that more than one should be left on any fruit spur, and with these early varieties part of the crop may be removed In one picking, and the balance later. With winter varieties of apples it is a go...

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