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METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
METHODIST. Tdsgamah CIRCUIT - Tuugamah 7.30, Iter K.£C. Perkius; Waggarandall 3, Sir Davis; Deveniah 11, Rev 12. C. l'erkins; Stewarton 2.30, Rov 15. C. I'orUiue. Katamatiti: CIRCUIT - Katamutito 3, Mr \V. Fowler, 7.30, Re/ T. Roberts; Dunbulbilans 11, Rev. T. Roberta, 7,30, Mr \V. b'owler; Vouaraog 11, Mr Willgooae; Vominmitc 3, Rev T. Roberts.
Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
Household Hints. 1 Green blinds that have faded maj be made to look almost like new by brushing them "over with some lin seed oil. Keep the inside of your oven scrupulously cleanhave the shelves aid&lt;», and door screped down and washed with hot soda and water at least oncc a weak. A physician saya that the applica Hon of the oil of cinnamon, appliee with a straw or Email brush, is th» very best remedy for bee etings. It (rill slightly blister, but will destroy the poison. 1'cople might easily protect them | :t'lve.s and their children against tho bites of insects did thoy but follow I this plan. Bpcnge the skin and the. bair -with weak, carbolic acid, and it will drive away the whole tribe. Tho secret of frying fish crisp and brown, without either egg or bread-, crumbs, is to dry . it well, dredgo j both sides with plenty of flour, and plunge it into boiling fat. Be sure I the fat is boiling, and plenty of it, as upon that depends the crispness j and brownncss of the fish....
NATURE'S REPAIR SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
NATURE'S REPAIR SHOP. ' + J'rof. CI. Elliot Flint, well illus trates how deadly germs, which are everywhere about us always . in countless numbers, but which ordi narily arc harmless, may produce al most any kind of disease, once^hey get into the circulation-that is, pro vided they succeed in routing the il.fcnsive forces they meet after they have burst through the outer wall or skin. The body's natural defence aga'nst .» disease is twofold. Stretched over, its muscles, blood vessels uad nerves is a tough clastic substance failed the epidermis, or skin; hut what we properly term skin does not cover and therefore perfectly protect all parts. The nose, the throat, the eyeballs and other sensilive part's. o£. the vital organism, are invested, in lieu of skin proper, with a delicate end highly absorptive mucous mem brans. Now mucous membrane, unJer cer tain conditions, as when it is in flamed, easily becomes, owing to its absorptive qualities, a portal of fncry to disease germs of many ...
THE TRUTH ABOUT COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
THE TRUTH ABOUT COWS. Some time ago a schoolmaster in a country school asked his pupils to write an essay on cows. Here is the "effort"- of a farmer's son: - The cow is a no-bull and kine-heart od creature. The man who looks after cows is called a cowherd, but lie is no cow ard who looks after cows. Cowes has a regatta every year; yet Uie cow is not a nautical animal. It is not true that she steers with her udders. It is reported that the cow sat at the head of the table in the Ark (so say llie ark-cow-olosists), because she was the only anirnpl that could calve. The cow is a. °ood mother, and will look calf-ter h'.*r naif. Cows rareiy ride in carriages, but a fine calf haa frequently been seen de scending ni a tramcar. Cows exist by means of the oxygen in tut atmosphere (1 got this from a professor at OsTord). l.Jy the cow is the milk made. 1 know this because I have often seon the milkmaid by the cow. The cow has been introduced into song. There is an oid song called "The Soldier'...
Should Men and Women Bathe Together? TWO LORD MAYORS ON MIXED BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
8honld Men and Women Bathe Together ? TWO LOUD MAYORS ON M1XISD BATHING. Willi the siiimmr at its height the molropulitan ncw-p'pei'3 are, as uenal, di; . oussiug very lierc-Iy the question of mixed bathing. Views on both tides are expressed by scores of correspondents, and "Every lady's Journal" has been to the trouble of collecting the ideas of such notable people as the Lord Mayors of Sydney and Mel bourne. AsehliUhop Mannix and Umon Hughe?, the Commissioner of Police aud u ludy doctor, the Americau, French, and Gentian consuls aud Mr "Snowy'' 13aker, the'famous surf champion. The viewe of these varied folk, it may be added, arc illustrated with a ntunbor of mngniQeeut camera views that Boem also to oli'or arguments on both bides of tho vexed question: "Should Mixed Uathiug Be Encouraged';" The majority of people asked replied in favor of mixed bathing withiu reasonable limits. The Lord Mayor of Melbourne thinks that "Lhe sea is rjuits big enough for both men aud women to swim in...
HOME NOTES. For Busy Housewives. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
HOME NOTES. Busy Housewives. Castor-oil will remove warts, even obstinate ones, if it be well applied and ul frequently as possible. Beetles can be exterminated from any room ii the place they infest is sprinkled: jvitli ground borax mixed with cornVnon brown sugar. When the flesh is bruised it should be bathed freely anc! at once with very ho water. This v.ill prevent conges tien and the ugly discoloration. To keep the water fresh and sweet in vases of cut flow era, add to it a small bit of sugar. This is successful even in the case of such blooms as wallflowers. Milk is very apt to burn and dam age the .saucepan when put on to boil. Tills may be prevented by rinsing out th saucepan with cold water before putting in the milk. When polishing knives it is a good plan to iold the board to the fire a few minutes before beginning, as knives obtain a greater brilliancy on a warm board than on a cold one. Eggs covered with boiling water and allowed to stand for five minutes are more nouri...
OSTRICH PLUMES IN JARS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
OSTRICH PLUMES IN JARS. "There is no placc 1 ille a pawnshop for picking up useful hints," said the improvident man. "Every time my circumstances compel me to patronise one I clean so:uo item of general In formation that almost reconciles me to tlie necessity of being there. Ou my last visit 1 saw a man redeeming ostrich feathers. Our uncle brought them out tightly sealed in a glass jar. " 'What did you "can" them for? the man asked. " 'So they wouldn't spoil,' said the pawnbroker. 'A glass ajr is the safest thing on eath to keep feathers in Moths and dust cannot get at them. Besides, you can keep an eye on them easily, aud any trouble that might have been breeding when the feathers were brought in can be discovered and nipped in the bud.' "That hint I consider worth going to a pawnshop for. The way things look now nobody belonging to me will ever have any ostrich plumes to take care of, but if we ever have any 1 shall know what to do with them." The following composition on men Is ...
STRANGE CAUSES FOR DIVORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
STRANGE CAUSES FOR DIVORCE. + Some remarkable figures relating ti divorcc in America were issued no:r.( time ago, when it was stated that in the last twenty years nearly 1,000,001. .divorces had been granted in that country. A3 a matter of fact, there ore more divorces in the United State? each year than in ail the rest of the world put together. To people in this co ntry, .. no doubt, the figure;! are somewhat startling ; but when the number offgrounds on which divorces can be obtained in America are con sidered, this record in the breaking of the marriage tie does not appear eo extraordinary. STRANGE CAUSES. Bach State has its own divorce laws. In Kentucky, for instance, it is possible for a woman to divorcc lier husband if he habitually indulges in violent and ungovernable temper, while in Maine and North Dakota divorce is granted for intoxication from the use of opium, cocaine, chloral, and other narcotics. A peculiar cause is that which existg in Massachusetts and New Hampshire...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
Pujilic NOTICES SHIRE OF TUNGAMAH TOWNSHIP OF TUNGAMAH. ALL ReBidontB of the above Town are hereby framed that several cages of diphtheria have been reported in the Town and that the provisions of tbs Health Act will be strictly enforced. Residents are . requested to take all possible precautions to ensure cleanli ness about their premises ; to boil all milk and water used for drinking purposes; to make liberal U30 of disinfectants, and to tnke steps for the prompb removal of all rubbish from back yards. By order of the Lcoal Board of Health, W, II. TRICKS, Shire Secretary. Shiro Hall, Tungamah, January 11, 1011. Telford and District Oal»&onian Society. FIFTH GKAV ANNUAL SPOUTS. To be hold ou Yunawonga Showgrounds and Racecourse ou Wednesday, January 28, 1914. SPLENDID PROGRAMME, including Dancing Events, Pedestrian anii Athletic Events (including Tug-of . War), Horse ltuceB and Military Event:*. GRAND CONCERT AT NIGHT by Metropolitan ArlLils. SPECIAL TRAIN ENGAGED. J. WALKE...
TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1911 .Present-Ore. J. Ryan (President), Deagan, FPII, Whitty, Ford, Hodge, Cummins, Kelly, D. Ryan, Wadeson and Mu'quinay. CORRESPONDENCE From Acting Deputy Postmaster General, stating that approval bad been given for the erection of a tele phone line from Tungnmah to Youai: mite, and asking to be furnished with the names of three perBonB who would be willing to sigu the maintenance agrgpinput, aleo the name of the pprson to whom line fiu'ts would bo reported It was pointed out that action could not be taken by the Department until the miintenince agrepment was completed.- On the motion of Crs Fell and OumminP, it whs rpsolvfd that worfc bp procpeded with. TIip Prp>ident and Crs OumminB and Hndgfl wrri appointed to 6;gn the maintenance agreement. It was alao resolvpd that a letter of thanks bo lent to Mr Ahem, ILHS., for his ?uistnncp in the matter. From Chief S'Cretaiy'a Department, rrqupstine that l he standard wpights and measures iss...
A FRIEND OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
FRIEND OF MAN. Many travellers have brought back from South Africa astonishing stories of the intelligence and cunning of the little honey-bird, which guides men faithfully to the nests of the wild bees. Some of them are a little hard to believe, but the united testimony of so raanv competent observers makfs it certain that in essentials the reports are true. ..An interesting account ot the bird is given by a correspondent of "Forest and Stream"- : "A hunter or traveller at times will be astonished by the antics of this ! intelligent little bird, which alights on the twig ol' a tree an chirps incessant ly with a shrill note. If you move to | wards it the noisy little creature will j make a slow Might to a tree near and continues its chirping; follow it again i and the same performance is gom; through. Return to the camp, and the ' ','r£' ,v'" follow you, always making ! the same noise to attract your atten | lion, and will patiently stay, often an hour and a halt, trying to get you ...
George Ade's Quarters. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
George Ade's Quarters. George Ade was showing a report er over his apartment at the Chicago Athletic Club. "Wonderful! Superb!" Such were the reporter's ejaculations before Mr. Ade's rugs and - picture*. At the end of the inspection, in answer to an enthusiastic compliment on his taste. Mr. Ade said with a .laugh: "Matried men have better halves, but we bachelors bavo better^quar ters. oh?" "But, madam," said the surgeon after the woman had recovered con sciouFness in the hospital, "why didn't you stop when the crossing policem.-.n held up his hand? Then you wouldn't have been struck by the motor car?" "What! Me stop when Jim Magin nis holds up his hand? I'd let you know I'm his wife, an' he never saw the day when he could bosa me."
Obvious. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
Obvious. Mr. Tom Mann, whose imprisonment is still beinj; warmly discussed, told a Coventry nudionce thai he was an agitator. Thorn was an obviousness about the remark that recalls Mr. ZanRwill's story of the hunchback on hoard a steamer who became very friendly with n stranger with very pronounced features. The latter, in a burst of conlidence, whispered: "J am a Jew." "Confidence for confidence," replied the Hrst man-"I am a hunchback!' Few ministers were better loved by their flock than Bishop Keese, of Sa vannah. It is told of liim that when he was rector of a parish he saw one of his parishioners talking very emphati cally to his son. Dr. Reese called out: "Halloa, Tom! What are you go ing to do with that boy ot yours?" The old man advanced to the door and replied: "What am I going to do with him? Well, I will tell you. doctor. . J. am going to do with my son what you can not do with yours." "Oh, indeed!" said the doctor. "And pray what is that?" "Why. I'm going to make a bette...
A NEW ANAESTHETIC. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
A NEW ANAESTHETIC. There has recently been discovered a new anaesthetic, which prevents pain after an operation. It consists o£ a solution of quinine and urea hy drochloride, and before the surgeon begins to operate it is injected .around the affected region. The discoverer, says that after the patient has recov ered from the effects of the general anaesthetic the Golution gives entire freedom from pain, and that it pro motes rapid healing. He believes that it -will prove valuable in accident cases, since it -will stop tlie pain in crushed and fractured limbs, and will frequently avert ifatal shocks. Injec tion of the new compound is not fol lowed by intense pain, such as the ad ministration of cocaine often causes. If, after thorough tests, the new an aesthetic proves to be effective and safe, it will be of great benefit to mapkind. Everything comes to him who wa^ts, but hustle well while you are wait ing. Next to getting the man si e wants, a woman enjoys getting the man some otb^...
OVER-FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
OVEP.-FEEDING. "Over-feeding Is the thing rrom which civilisation suffers to-day," says Professor Hereward Carrington. "I consider it is far more important than drink, because it affects a far greater number of persons, both young and old, men, women and children. The surplus of food in the stomach, parti cularly if it be of an Irritating and sti mulating quality, sets up a constant Irritation of that organ, which is tem porarily allayed l>y the greater stimu lant, alcohol. After reviewing all the evidence at my disposal, a highly im portant deduction may be drawn, an extremely significant conclusion reach ed, which affects tho welfare of the whole human race. We have at last & scientific basis for calculating what the average intake of food should be by those in health and who wish to remain in health. Twelve ounces of nutriment daily is all that the body needs in order to preserve ita weight and to replaco whatever tissue has been lost as the result of the day's muscula...
RENDERING HONEYCOMB INTO WAX. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
RENDERING HONEYCOMB INTO WAX. Do not leave old combs, plecos of comb, and wax cappings about, as they are almost sure to entice the wax moth, and if that is the caes, wax, which means honey, Is soon wasted. Melt all stray bits of comb and then store the pieces of wax away In a tin till all wax melting Is endec for the season. Then re-melt and strain and run info fair-sized Moulds. Be sure to use soft or distilled water when boiling combs, or the lime found in hard water will spoil a lot of wax.
The "Fruits" of Ambition. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
The "Fruits" of Ambition. "If you are ambitious and want to get on in life, don't wait for your opportunity-make tt." So counselled Mr. Kalestlck to youne Kabbage. wliom be bad just appoint ed to the management ol a green grocery store. All that day the youth pondered the advice, and hn still remembered it when his eye suddenly caught an item in the sporting columns of his favor ite paper: "Clodville Football Club re quires dates for December." Two minutes later Kabbage was busy with pen. ink and paper, and in ten more minutes Ue was proudly con ning tlie following note to the Clod ville secretary: "Dear Sir,-I ber; to Inform you that we have a choice lot. of dates in stock. Enclose one as a sample, and will be pleased to supply any quantity at twopence a pound, or four pounds for sevenpence ha'penny."
The Optimist. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 15 January 1914
The Optimist. Charles the First, with stately walk, made the Journey to the block. As hi- paci'il the street along, silence fell upon the throng: from that throng there hurst a sigh, for a king was come to die! Charles upon the scaffold stood, in his veins no craven blood; calm, serene, he viewed the crowd, while the headsman said, aloud: - "Cheer up..Charlie! Smile and sing! Death's a most delightful thing! J will cure your hacking cough when I chop your headpiece off! Headache, toothache-they're a bore. You will nevor have them more! Cheer up, Charlie, dance and yell! Here's the axe. and all is well! "I, though but a humble dub, repre sent. the Sunshine Club, and our motto is worth while: 'Do not worry-sing and smile!' "Therefore let us both be gay, as we do our stunt to-day: 1 to swing* the shining axe, you to take a few swift whacks. "Lumpty-doodle, lumpty-ding; do ot worry, smile and sing!" -Walt Mason.