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THE RIPENING OF CHEDDAR CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

THE RIPENING OF CHEDDAR CHEESE. Mr. P. K. Kobb, F.H.A.S., of the West of Scotland Agricultural .College, recently delivered an important lecturo on this subject. The lecturer pointed out that, though the. art of cheese-mak ing bad been practised for many ccn tnries, yet until quite recently no ex- . planation had been offered of the j chunks that took' place during the process of curing. At one time it was considered that the process was due entirelv to chemical changos, but now we understand -that milk and its pro ducts offered a great field for bacteria, and thov undoubtedly oxerted a marked influence on tlio product. Ho explained that whilo much improvement had been uiadu in the past in the ordinary process of manufacture, this, so far as he was aware, was the first experiment carried out in this country to ascertain tho best temperature to ripen olieeses at. In the past makers had been curing their cheeses at a temperature of GO to 65 deg. Fah., but he wanted to find out if that...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AT THE SUEZ CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

AT THE SUEZ CANAL. An officer in the Manchester Itogi ment writes i'roiii Cairo under date Feb ruary 6: "We have been in the main barracks just a week now, and events have been moving very quickly here. There wasi a strong attack on the canal on Wednesday night, and on the Thurs day the general sent for all transport officers'and told them to have all their ammunition mules and men for the same ready to move off to the canal that night, but he said that he only wanted one transport officer from each brigade, the senior. Alas! there was just the officer in our brigade who was senior to myself, and only by three months. Isn't such luck just too rotten for wordsFancy seeing a lot of my lads going off without me! It nearly made me ill. ' Well, it's no use grousing, I suppose, but it's rotten luck. "Yesterday I was down the ordnance depot and saw 300 Turkish prisoners brought in. They were a miserable looking lot, and appeared to be drawn from ali sorts of tribes-Turks, Arabs, a few Suda...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOLING MILK. EFFICACY OF THE WET ENVELOPE [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

COOLING MILK. EFFICACY OF THK WET ENVELOPE Some useful experiments have been made in milk-cooling in Soutli Austra lia. At one of the factories three sup pliers, living at a distance of from nine to thirteen miles from the factory, were asked to send daily three ten-gallon cans of milk. Two of the cans were to lie covered with wet calico, the third being J left uncovered. At the close . of each evening's milking five gallons of milk evening's milking 5 gallons of milk: were to he put into each cau, but one must have the cover saturated with water, I placing the cans under similar condi i tions until morning, when the reniain | ing live gallons were to be added and additional water poured over the same cover, the other two remaining as be fore. In conducing the test "with the three cans the milk in the can covered with wet calico had OJIO to three points less acid, and the temperature, which was taken each morning, was found one to four degrees lower in the covered can; the great dif...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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THE STAND AT YPRES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

THE STAND AT YPRES. Mr. C. K. Underwood, in the March number of Blackwood's Magazine, writes, on the British stand at Ypres. Mr. Uudorwood was an interpreter to the headquarters staff of the 21st In fantry Brigade, and ho mentions that the 7th Division, commanded by Gen eral Bawlinson, some 30,000 men all told, had to keep the German Army at bay while the British Corps were being brought up from the Aisue. The re treat was over country which the Allies are still endeavouring to win back through Ostend, Bruges, Boulers, and numberless other places, the names of which arc now familiar. Thero was one day when the British were so hard pressed that not a single man was held in reserve to support the firing line; the line might, in fact, have given way at any moment. "This was the seventh day since we first engaged the Germans, one division extending over an unheard-of front of eight miles, and holding up what I un derstood from one of our prisoners to be a hostile force of three army cor...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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FOOTBALL FIXTUBES FOR TO-MORROW. Fire Brigade v. Archie's Creek Ramblers v. St. Joseph's ST. JOSEPH'S v. ARCHIES CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

FOOTBALL FIXTUBES FOR TO-MORROW. Fire Brigade v. Archie's Creek Ramblers v. St. Joseph's ST. JOSEPH'S v. ARCHIES CREEK The Association games were con tinued on Saturday afternoon when St. Josephs'' were at home to Archie's Creek on the Wonthag gi Sports ground. The attendance was not large. St. Joseph's were represented by Fir.ch, Benbow, Finlayson, Battye. F. Neale, Egan. Kenny, Webb, Malley, S. Scamer, Cunnoi'y, Spalling, W. Gannon, , Burn 5, Wise, Feme, S. Fincher, and played a man short. Archie's Creek were without the sei vices of Sibley, Lee and Cronk, and their team consisted of A. Abraham son. E. Whitlow, Shilling, L Smith, DeBeare, C. Daly, V. Daly, Crilton, Matthews, McGinness, J. Sloeth, S. Sleeth, {E. Thorn, Kent, Brent, Good. Holland and Surgess. ' St. Joseph's team shouted consider able improvement upon their opening match. From the bounce they quickly worked the leather into a cpj-J p jsi tion, and despite tha <fc:en?c by Abrahamson, Matthew*--!. Cs-iitoa, ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

iwrwwi Business Advertisements. niuilMnii ni^rrr 1W1 ~o) LTQ ET~j nj A E ...FROM... finding' Buildin We have taken Temporary Premises ! in the Powlett Hotel Buildings. Commonwealth JifeJSanl? of Hustralfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Bill Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUSTABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alea at Sydney, Oanberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampfcon, Townsrille, And London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places dircot. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of-credit issued to any pari; of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for ' collection. _ Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kif.^doin and abroad.- Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances mado against approved securities. SAVINGS' BANK DEPARTMENT Viotarfan Central OfRcoi 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Broaches In the abore cities and 2,000 Asonclos at ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Dalyston. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

Dalvston. Stallion parades. Rave been ar ranged by the Department of Agriculture to take place at Lang Lang <011 September 6 ; Dalyston, September 7 ; Koiumburra, Sep tember 8 : Foster and Yarram, September 9 and Leongatha, Sep tember 10. At the counpil meeting on Tues day, Cr Daly painted out that in co^veiuence was caused to daymen, contractors and others who had small amounts to receive from the council by their having to journey all the way to San Itemo to receive, payment. He pointed out that these amounts could be sent to the council's bank at Dalyston fer collection by persons concerned. This was agreed to by the council on the motion of Crs Daly and Hollins. There has been a considerable amount of delay in regard to the erection of sale yards here, but there seems to be at last a pros pect of them being erected soon. At last council meeting the tender of Mr A. Atkinson £251 was accepted for the loan of £250, and subsequently on the motion of Crs Hollins and Daly t...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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LANCE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

LANCE CREEK. There was a large attendance of parents and friends at Lance Creek school to celebrate Empire Day. An address was given by Cr Lloyd, and an apology was received from Cr Daly, who was unable to attend owing to iil health. Races and games for the children were carried out to the gre^.t enjoyment of the youngsters and delight of the elders. The school com mittee with Mr Ruby, secretary, had everything well arranged, and the teacher is to be congratulated upon the meritorious work of the children. Refreshments were provided by the ladies for the scholars and visitors. The following programme was well carried out:-Song, 'Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue," while un furling the flag; recitation, "The Soldier's Dream/' John Atkinson; song, " The Sea is Britannia's Glory," Children; recitation, "Flag Song," Louie Ruby ; song. " Britannia the Pride of the Ocean," Children ; reci tation, " The Flag goes by," Marjorie Ruby; recitation, "The Sc;ptre of the Sea," Mary Ruby; s...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Ryanston. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 28 May 1915

Ryanston. Mr T. Daly reports that the rainfall for six clays ending 12.30 p.m. Wednesday, May ID, was 200 points.

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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SOUDANESE TRAITOR. ENVER PASHA'S EMISSARY. EGYPTIAN OFFICER'S LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

SOUDANESE TRAITOR. ENVER PASHA'S EMISSARY. EGYPTIAN OFFICER'S LOYALTY. The Turks have a spy system in Egypt, arranged on the' German model. Punishment. has been meted out to some of the spies, and the- seed they have attempted to sow has generally fallen on barren soil. A typical ex ample of the efforts of the German inspired Turks to stir up strife is given in the report of a court martial of an ex-soldier of the Soudanese Army, pub lished in the Soudan Times as follows: The splendid loyalty of tlie Egyptian Army has come prominently to notice by. the ^dramatic arrest at Port Soudan of a Turkish spy, Amaz Abdullah, in the mess of the 3rd Battalion^ at the hands of Egyptian officers. Alinaz, a native of the Soudan, was . in the 6th Soudanese till 1900, when he joined the 'Egyptian Coast Guards, which is a sen/ice entirely distinct from the Egyptian Army, and was promoted Yuzbashi in 1907. Five years later lie was convicted of conniving at smug gling andwas discharged. . He joined En...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Those About to Marry. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

Those About to Marry. (By an Unmarried Cynic). Don't suppose, by tbo assumption of j this title that I am about to lay claim to any connection with the in ventor of that famous but brief cau tion which years ago appeared in "Punch," and secured not only' im mortal renown, but, it is believed, a Ferv considerable pecuniary recompense to its unknown but shameless origina tor. The advice I ain about to give is by j no means of a negat'vo charactor, but i is a positive opinion, foundod ou con siderable) observation and some experi ence. It has nothing to do with tho choice of a wife, as those about to marry 'ought already have Bottled that point ., unless, indeed, they intend to imitate tho example of a certain gentleman of an honorable and learned, profession, who* being about to marry a young lady resident in Belgravia, and passing daily through Covent Garden on his way to j Lincoln's Inn, by a too carcfui selec tion of pretty bouqiiets, ended at last by marrying the charming young pe...

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MANY UNFORTUNATES [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

MANY UNFORTUNATES On a crowded Saa Francisco street car one wet, miserable night not long ago, a coin was heard to drop. As near-by passengers craned their necks an old man stooped and picked it up. "Anybody lost a five dollar piece?" he asked anxiously. Nine passengers hur riedly searched ,their po'cl^'ets and shouted "I have." "Well, I've found a penny towards it," said the old man.

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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PEGOUD'S EXPLOIT. 290 MILES OVER GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

PEGOUD'S: EXPLOIT. 2'JO MILES OVER GERMANY. A short time ago M. Pegoud, tlio well-known French airman, pi ado a flight ovor German- territory, carry ing as a passenger a corespondent; of the Phaxe do la Loire, who tl;us des cribes his Journey: 'Turning due north, wc saw the towns of. Luxejn! mrg disappearing from right. On, our .eft was the capital, on otir right wo fast ^approached Gvevennemaker. There large Ger man forces1 were being concentrated. We circled the place, and I took notes down of all I saw. Then we contin ued en route, and soon, arrived at the ?largo station of . Here, on look ing down; all one could see was a mass of crossing-.-Jines, entwining one another like snakes. "Three 'looping the loops' as only Pegoud knows how to do, and then we started on our return journey, AVe reached. Thionville at eleven at night,, and after circling the town, we con-« tinued until we were above Metz. Leav ing Germany we reached Belgian terri tory-all iu four and a quarter hours, a fe...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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TOMMY ATKINS—OPTIMIST. "YOU WAIT A BIT" AIR. RESOURCE ON THE BATTLEFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

TOMMY ATKINS-OPTJMI8T.' "YOU WAIT A BIT" AIR. RESOURCE ON THE BATTLEFIELD There are so njany circumstances that do not add to tho gaierty of na tions that it is a relief to return to a cheery subject-the cheeriest subject in the world, in fc-ct-Private Thomas At kins of any company, any regiment, any where. I hare been with him. in ^Af rica, in Egypt, atHome, writes a cor respondent of the London Daily Chron icle, and now I am with him in France, And I defy the rankest" grumbler to seo his cheery "You wait a bit" sort of air, and not become » confirmed op timist install tar. With a grin on his face and a 'fag." in hrs mouth, He's waiting for *'Alfcmanda"-up frpm the South"; Ho's bin through the campaign from irSi6sons," to "Wipers," He's plugged ono or two, and he's dead nuts on snipers.. With a beard that he's proud of-a "Teddy Bear" coat, His legs wrapped in Backs, and a husky sore throat. A "code id 'is dose" and tho frost in his. toea, Yot he's happy. 'C3os why? It's tbo job tha...

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FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

FIVE . MULES FOR. FOMTUME itULES FOR L'OKTUNE 1. Cultivate and perlect your iduus. Experiment, ; J lie world is eager ior bometlnng new, which, uowever sijuple it may be, will save labor or expense, or do tt ings better. Let it be inoiu convenient, ..-or promote pleasure-re duce waste. i't?opIe who handlo things in ' every day use are tbo natural inventors ot~ better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. Head the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries-then se cure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 2. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention,put him on the track of famous and wealthy- inventors. Air. I1'. Town send, au editor, says ol tbe "Inventor's Guide."-1 am re commending it strongly to friends. Best of the kind I have ever seen. It should do a lot of good. It i& an in centive telling him where he can ob tain the "Inventor's Guide...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

LOCAL AND GENERAL. BEFORE Mr.-Cohen, P.M , on Thurs day of last week, at the electoral re vision court, the list for the Phillip Island division of the Morn-.ngton electorate was finally revised and cor rected. .Information regarding objee t'ons, alterations, etc., was given by tho inspector (Mr. Miller) and the r gistrar at San Remo, Miss Hull. SPLENDID entries have been received by the' Wonthaggi-Dalyston Coursing Club in connection with its meeting which is to be held on the well appoin ted enclosure at Dalyston to-morrow (Saturday)'. A special train will leave Wonthaggi at 10.50 a.m., returning from Dalyston at 5 p.m., and the re turn fares aye Is. A very successful meeting is anticipate_d. ON Friday last Mr. Tabener, at the request of the contractor (Mr. John Eadie) laid the first brick of his com modious and handsome hotel, which is to be constructed on modern and up-to date lines. When completed, it will undoubtedly be a great acquisition as well as a' standing monument to th...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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ADVENTURES OF A SPY. TWO ESCAPES FROM DEATH. THE GERMAN TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

ADVENTURES OF A SPY. TWO ESCAPES FROM DEATH. THE GERMAN TRAP. Great as may bo the monetary re- j wards for spying, there can surely be no adequate reward for the- risks run, not only of life, for that risk ia these days is nothing, but of man's very soul. '"Hated and despised of men, 67?0 of his own countrymeu, the spy goes about his deadly work a prey to the most terrifying emotions that can possess living beings. Just ivhat those riaks are may. be gathered from a latter by Rcae H. Feibeljiiao to the London Daily Express,' written from Amsterdam. "I hove just had a talk," lw says, "with a-man of extraordinary courage, who has recently had two narrow es capes from being shot as a spy by the Germans, I promised him I would not mention his name. But his name does not really matter. I will call him Durand. Durand is about 40 years of age, and a Frenchman. When the war broke out he offered his ser vices to the French Intelligence Bureau and as he had lived for a long while in Belgium, h...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

MELBOURNE LETTER i (From Our Correspondent). Tho conversion of Seymour into a military town will bo pleasing to those interested in tho welfaro of that cen tre, but will not be hailed with un mixed delight by a very large section of others. First there aro the soldiers themselves'. It has been their chief delight to spend their leave among the attractions offered by the city. The" accessibility of tho theatres, pieture nhows and other amusements did much to compensate for tho arduous work of training and the discomforts of tho camp followers who haw established ! Then thero are tho numerous themselves at Broadmeadows and have carried on a considerable ainouut of business' iu supplying various wants of tho soldiers and their visitors. There aro also many city purveyors of things to eat and drink and wear who havo found tho soldiers liberal spenders and whoso returns will show appreciable diminution when camp is shifted. But the health of tho moii is the first con sideration, and ever...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

Rainfall. The following recoid of the rainfal oi Wonthaggi for May 1915, has been kindly supplied by Mr J. Gartlan-- - Aisiy- Pts. May- Pts. 9 ... 15 ,,19 ... 45 ,, 10 ... 5 ,, 20 ... 17,' .. 11 ... 10 ,, 21 ... 29 ' 12 ... nil " 22 ... 76 .. 13 ... 15 23 ... nil. ,, 14 ... 35 ,, 24 ... nil i ., 15 ... 28 ,, 25 12 16 ... 52 " 26 ... 78 ,, 17 ..., 31 ,, 27 ... 49 18 40 . | Total 537 Pts. | Rainfali. at Wonthaggi for the Tti i-i'l; of of May was'555 points. Total f r fi: st five months of the year, 12 !i c'ies and [>2 points. The falls for . lie corresponding period of 19l4 was 7 inches and 74 points and f6r'19l3, 17 inches and 33'points, 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 4 June 1915

NO ONE KNOWS The weight of another's burden. Many a one brought to light. You know if you have a burden to bear. You know where you are taxed to bear it. You know how much trouble it gives you. But do you know how to shake it off? The back bears more burdens than all the human organism. ' And it objects to it, sometimes em phatically. It aches, it pains, is weak and lame. It's your fault if you don't come to the fescue. Perhaps you don't know how. We could tell you, but you might doubt us. We will let this man do it, then 'tis easier proven. Mr. C. Milligan, Reid-crescent, Won thaggi, says:-"About three years ago T -had the misfortune to rick my back, | and for months afterwards I suffered ! agony from backache. I believe, had I not taken Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, which were recommended to me by a friend,.I would still be suffering. These pills gave me relief- very quickly, and by the time I had finished j Xour bottles I was cured, and I have fceen free from backache ever since....

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