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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
WKPDERBUBN OOACH ; FACTOB illGHJSTRKET, WEDDERBURN A. WfLSON, Conch Builder. General,- Black . u Smith, Wheelwright . AND UNDERTAKERS Knnor?l« twformod In Town orCo«ntry on Shortest Notice. Ooffina on hknd for any Emergency"*I«ov. i'irst-olas Hearses and Vlumes. The trade supplied with Coffin Fitting*;, ; of all quality. "una Waggons,-Drayi, Spring ? Oart»"&lt;?> -/n(p.-n«i and Baggies of every, detorliw: on j do on tho promise! ana &lt; alway , orders carefully attended to with ' promptness and despatch; V'rBKK-AJiMIJp' GuABiNTZEP. P j. NOONAN; ; commercial Hotel,, j HIGH STREET, , IVEUDKKBUBN. (Living taken over New and Oom iiodiou i Premises lately ooonpied by ? Mr Bookham, bogs to announce.. tha6 the Hotel contains,all the latest-' improvamonts in workmanship, and ranks a? one of the beat appointed .on n try houses in Victoria. The Building has been handsomely, ami-!'id throughout, al! the rooms icitii; !".rgo"'ftnd well ventilated, thus iflor&lt;lin!»...
The Express PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
1 fegress, PUBLISHED EVKRY FRIDAY FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1914. News and Notes. Ttie State electoral lists prepared from the recent canvass are printed, and copies are available for inspection at the Registrar's office and at each post office, police station, railwaj station and State school within the division. Since the canvass was taken there have been numerous changes of residence, and those who have changed their addresses recently, or who have attained thu age of 21 years, shou'd take immediate seeps to become en rolled for the district in which they reside- Claim forms may be obtained at the places where r.he lists are open for inspection. Certain persons were, no doubt, missed by the police when making the canvass, and as the new rolls which will come into force on 22nd July will be used at the forth coming general elections for the Legis lative Assembly, persons qualified to vote should inspect the list, and, if not enrolled, muke claim not Inter than 30th May. On Monday last a yon...
A GOLDEN ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
A GOLDEN ONE. A wliito rose in his Imtt-on-hole, and - cotton gloves cm his dirty hands, old iiill Loafer swaggered jauntily along the street. At the corner a friond stopped him, exclaiming incredulously: "Why. Hill, ol' man, what's happen ed-bin left some money?" "No, no," said Bill. "It's mo gol lin weddin'; I'm cclebratin' me goldin veddin' I" ?'But why ain't your .wife celebrat ing' it too?" enquired his friend. "I see 'or goin' to work as usual this mornin'. Why ain't sho got a white rose and noo gloves ?" "Erl" muttore&lt;l Bill, as ho grunted reflectingly. "She ain't got nuflin' to do wiv it I Sho's mo fourth 1"
(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 14. CHAPTER XXXVIII. A THRILLING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
-" (All Riclrta Reserved.) ______THB-- ?' Secret Island. Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. Dy w. Murray Graydon, Author of . ?Matthew Quin," "Tha Ourae of the Cardews," etc., etc. PART 14. CHAPTER XXXVIII. THRILLING MEETING. The RUBsian was brief and to the nolnt explaining what he im(] to Ray very 'clearly. D'ck was to swim out to tlio Malta, nn&lt;l through Orenville obtain an interview with the com manders of tho two cruisers. This conference, it was hoped, would re sult in a speedy, settlement as pro posed in behalf of the conspirators ; which, in substance, was r.s follows : At 12 o'clock on the next night, by means of a previously-laid torpedo, tho thin shell o( rock on the seaward side of the cliff wfts to be blown up. Through the passnge which was cer tain to he opened a hundred marines in boats were to advance at onca and make a landing straight across the la goon. Here they would he join ed by a few of Volborth'B men, and j«) without delay to the forefng o...
ROAD VERSUS RAIL ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
ROAD VERSUS RAIL ROADS. Tljo adoption of the ronds of Eng land in place of tho railroads, which vould still hare their functions to ful fil, and th© substitution to an over-in creasing extent of the independent notor-lorry, free to choose its road, for the locomotive, tied and hampered by its inability to do other than follow the i*ails. scorns not only inevitable, but highly advisable ifl the true interests of the country in times of peace and war. A striking parallel may be found in tho relative succcss of the motor-'bus and the electric-tram. But its adoption must be tantamount to mounding tho death-knell of tho prev ent railway system, and tho loss of Miany millions to railway shareholders. But who knows?-It may be the need ed shock to force tho railways to put their houses in order, and by the ad option of sane business methods fit thorasclves to work harmoniously with the motors far tho good of their coun* try. -Tho' "Review of Reviews." In the Actuary the Eogenist will find a...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
COMMERCIAL. The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Cuuipmiy Limited report under date of May 21st :-Sheepskins Small supplies were submitted no auction this week. Competition was keen throughout tho sales and nil well grown (ino crossbred sold Jd to ^d in ?sellers' fnvor. Hides-Suinll cata logues were offered nb this week'* auction 6nled. .Bidding WHS brisk f ir all good conditioned lines, kip weights being occasionally Jd bettor whilst all other weights sold firm nt late nitre. Tallow-Fairly large supplies were submitted nt auction on .Wednesday. Competition throughout was restricted and the market Bhowed n further dr cline of 10a* to los per ton on all classes.
WHERE PRETTY GIRLS ARE UNFORTUNATE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
WHERE PRETTY GIRLS.ARE UNFORTUNATE. Prcttv girls are not entirely to Iw envied. They may bo much acicoin ed, and all that, but there is U1WJLT« a prejudice against them. They ar« seldom taken seriously, but expeok ed to be frivolous and shallow. A. man does now and again honour a Tiretty trill with serious considera tion; but, in the majority of cases, it is the plain girl he settles on for a wife. The pretty girl is sure to be subject to envy and a pood deal of the malice of other women. An other fearful handicap is that she is always expected to look pretty, and does not get any credit for be ins beautiful. One is on the look out for hqr looks to begin to "go off," or for an unbecoming dress or hat. In other words, she is obser^ ed when' she does not look her best. The plain girl on the other hand, is not expected to be pretty, and if she docs wear a becoming ' costume everybody comments on it, and shs nets more admiration than does the girl who is always pretty. There, ii a legen...
800 DOLLARS FOR A UTILITY HEN [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
800 DOLLABS FOE A UTILITY HEN "The Reliable Poultry Journal" (Am erican) prints the following: .- "Lady Show You," ft hen which won tlio nn tioual egg-laying.contest at the State-. - Poultry Station at Mountain Grove Mo., this year, was sold hero (Spring field) for 800 dollars (£160) by J. A. Biekerdiko, of Millorsville, M. . Tho hen has a record of 281 full-weight eggs . this year. "Lady Show You" is a wliitd Plymouth Rock." Tho above dispatch was clipped from a daily news paper. Wo arp not sure nboul the S00 dollars feature of this ?iews item, but, strango to say, tho other points leom to bo correct. Tho ben referred bo is a white Plymouth I»ock. She has been named "Lady Show You," and in tho egg-laying contest at Moun tain Grove, Mo., she produced 287 no minal-sized, normal-shaped, mnrket&blt eggs in 3G5 consecutive days. AYfceUiei or not a hen with this record 'f og£* productiveness is worth 800 dollars » a question. It is a question oi who fi to own her, of what ho is t...
LOST ON HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
LOST ON HIM. .?nalloo. Jim! You're the very man 1 want to sea. I've got a neiv oiie for you." "A dcw whn'.?" "A new conundrum." "Thero isn't such a thing." asserted Jim. "if it's good it isn't new; if it's now it isn't " "Oh. stop it, man, and listen I What's the differenoe between a poet and a plumber?" "A poet and a plumber P That's easy enough. A poet hasn't any money, and a " "My good chap, you're miles off the track," his friend interrupted. "This is the answer: A poet pipes a lay. and a plumber Jays a " "lly plumber doesr't." Jim. "Ho " But thero Jim stopped. His friend was stalking off, muttering fiercely: "What's the good of telling a joke man with no more sense of humor n an ox?"
WAR PLANES. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
WAB P.LANES. Among the many interesting thio^i recordecT by Mr. Seppings- Wright 111 "Two Year* Cuder the Crescent," is an account . of the first use of th* aeroplane i., war The writer has been under their fire, has Been with his own eyes how they manoeuvre, and ia able to describe how it feels to have a bomb dropped bo olose to you that you can photograph its explosion. The Italian airships came "P II.," circled over the town and began to urop bombs. Those they planted af n:\cn as possible in the market-place, killing townspeople. Indeed, one of the first victims was a baby, whoBe stomach was ripped open and all tha entrails exposed. This causes a re flection that bears upon the future of war. No civilised nation allowB iti jinny or its navy to open fire at ran dom upon the population. The mili tary &lt;>,,Ta'.ions are directed againit c-u.U.itaats and fortifications. But the principal aim of aerial warfare, taking t!ii.' as an example, would seem to be c-ause general p...
FOOTBALL. KORONG DISTRICT CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
FOOTBALL. KORONG DISTKIOT' OENTRat ASSOCIATION. To-morrow, football, ns far as tlio local district is concerned, commences in earnest, when Korong Vide wj|| visit Wedderburn, and Bridgevvmi>r piny lit Inglowood. Last year's premiers, Korong Vr»le expert to have n good team in tlio field this season. There are n nun.litr of new men twailable, and in t),0 several practice mitches played, &lt;-0od form has been shown liy half a dozen of these, iind probably (his iiutnher will lie seen oil Saturday wearing i|,0 red and blue for the first tinio. Four of Inst senson's players have left dm district, including Rinder nml Mcllventi, whilo \V niul 11 Vernon nro reported to bo absentees Willi i|i0 practice thoy Imve Imd, tlio 'Vnln should give n good account of them-, selves in the first match. In the Wedderburn ranks thero will be n. decided chnngo. Six plnyers nut of the team that played in the final Inst year will bo iil>3ent. These nro Bristowe, Stewnrt, Eddy, Craig, ]? Lemon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
SPELLING NOT INVOLVED., ? Mother flookinp over lior hoy's slioul &lt;ler): "Your spelling, is, pel lectly»tor "'iiUtle Son: "This isn't a apel]in' 1M foa; it's a corapo«itiou ' - )ONT m until you are worse before starting a campaign against disease. No matter how slight may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that immediate steps be taken to disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not worse, bu». where health Is in question you are never justified in leaving anything to chance, and, as is well known, indis position, insteadoidisappearlng of its own sweet will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your saiest course is to TAKE BEECHAM'S PILLS which are the World's finest household remedy for the cor rection of derangements ot the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste In the mouth and other little symptoms of that sort are indications oi digestive disorder, and may be regarded as Nature's warn...
JUST WHAT YOU NEED. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
JUST WHAT YOU NEKD. Lnxa-Tonic Pills can be taken jt all times and under .-til conditions l>y )>&lt;&lt;tla young and old alike witlmnt the slighti ft risk and without dangor of iniplc is.iut after ef'ects. Laxo-Tonic Pills ass st i lie procession of Nature, give relish to tlm food, removing exhaustion, sick licui nche, mid many I titer ailments. Inx. - Tonic Pills .ire s popular pill at a popular price. t Obtainable at Leek and Criig's, .'.L c chants, Wedderburn.
CULTIVATING ONE'S OWN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
CULTIVATING ONE'S SOCIETY. If odo at first isn't used to this company of self, and if, ut first, tlus sort of getting reacquamtod with one self seoJtis strange, or if ouo is at such tiiuo inclined to bothor or worry about tlio thing that should uot bo bothored or worried about, then to dip for a little while into au inspiring book, or an interesting piece ui fiction,' breaks tho chain of monotony, and arrests the 'output of montal, nervous, and physi cal energy. It brings a chance and therebj* jnduces n roit. Hest wo aro now linding docs not dopond ucccssarily upon a ee>sation ol activities, tor souio limes a change of work or activity is fully as olieeuve. it is tho timo wo spend alone that has to do with tho great realities of life, aud tlieso aro the things that after all roally count. They, it is, that eventually bring real and lasting satisfaction. To take .this quiet period every day enables us to got hold more and more of those interior, spiriual thought' tor tus that wo c...
USED IT IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
USED IT IN INDIA. " During 13 years T lived in India I used nothing but Chamberlain's COUL'II Remedy for coughs, colds, bronchitis unci and suio throats," says Mr Archibald C McOaffer, cire of Roberts and SMIS, engineers, Bendigo, Vic. " I liaveniini it with great success to hundreds f natives, both Hindu and Mahomineilm, and in every case it has proved cfiicuciou*. Evon natives of high caste ofton came tu .my bungalow asking for ft doso of Chain _burlain's Cough Remedy, so I do not i.osi tate to recommend it in all cases of c&lt;>Ms and bronchial !nnibles." Obtainable) from Leek and firaiir, Mui chants, Weddcrburn.
Agricultural Notes and Queries. RUGGING DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
Agricultural Notes and . Queries. GLEANER.) . RUGGING DAIRY COWS. A clinriictoristic difference between I the higher and lower classes of animals is Mint in Mij former (horse, cow, ifcc) t.lio body is kept, at a uniform tnmpora- ! tme, despite changos in surroundings, whereas in tho latter class (snakes, lizards, itc) the temperature of their surroundings determines to a great extent their body tomperaiuro. In cold weather tlioy becoino Bluegish in their movements. Warm blooded animals, on thu other hand, aro stimu lated by grenter activity by cold, and thoir tomperaturo does not fall serious ly The averago body temperaturo of a lurse is from 102 to 103 deg, of a cow from 101 to 103, and of a sheep from 101 to 105 deg Iu very cold weather a groat doal of energy is spent in preserving the normal body temperature. Tho aourco of this enorgy is tho food supply, and in cold weather moro food is required to maintain bodily heat than in warm weather. Tho maintenance of body tempera turo ha...
MR GEO A. COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
MR GEO A, COOK. It is with regret that wo record the dentil of Mr George A Oook, a well known acd popular resident of Wcd derburn, which occurred in the Ingle wood Hospital on Wednesday night. Deceased's. first symptom of illness manifested itself about a month ago, when he apparently suffered from a bad cold, which caused him to lose his voice. Ho refused to give in lightly to the attack, and for some days went about his business as usual, though he could only 6peak in » whisper. Even tually he became so bad that he was forced to lay up, uud the tet vices of Dr Taylor were requisitioned. The case was at once recognised lis serious, and complications setting in, he was re moved to the Tnglewood Hospital, being admitted there on the 12th ins'. His illness was diagnosed as bronco pneumonia and typhoid fever, and little hopo was held out of his recovery. He became worse on Tuesday night and gradually sank, passing away about 8 o'clock on Wednesday night. The late Mr Oook, whose parents...
A NEW GRAIN HARVESTING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 29 May 1914
A NE\V GRAIN HARVEST! NO AlACHfNK. . ' At the Inst Melbourne Roynl Show, many farm in?»i m> .?(] in » i »w Uraiu harvet:':iig ti.ucliiue cullid a " lieadcr or reaper thrasher " n-hicli was oo exhibition. Til - !ie May number of the Ni-w Souih Wiih-s Agricultural GiiZ'l'i'. Jlr Shaw, assistant -inspector of agriculture, has some interesting notes on this i.f« li.irvcs'inu inncliii:!', which is attracting a good ileal uf atten tion amongst farmers in the other States. The main difference between this machine and n combined harvester is that the heads instead of being stripped off, are cut off with a knife working on the same principle as a reaper and binder. The knife is tct at the rear ol the comb which is level and can be raised and lowered at will. The straw is drawn through the comb until it cornea in contact with the knife. (Julliug the heads off lessens the draught and pruvents the comh bein>; c-hoked. When the heitdH aro cut oil, they are carried by a rei f on to canvnB c...