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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

WHOLESOME DRINK- BR A CI N-G AND REFR E SHING ' Pleases - Harrison,. San Miguel lROI . LTT ., CORK -:4MERCHANTS, AND SUPP'I'X HOUSE FOR- Brewers, .AeratedWateroManufacturers,. Hotel Keepers, Bakers,.. andl Refreshment Rooms. Correspondencei.lnvited on All Articles used in'the above trades. Note Address- .. 304rFLINQERS STREET, MELBOURNE. C.E. MILLER I.FURNITURE AND CO., The - FURN IT U R E REMOVERS AND STORERS. 317 COLLINS STREET, MELB. 'Phones-D9278-9279. Large .,mmber Vans constantly travelling coluntry; we want back loading. Write us. If railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, tandl advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small rooms at current rates. Vunns returling 1in, Warrano? - Ibool, Mortlake, Teraug, C(amper dovn,. Colac, Lismore, (durilng April. Vans returning fromn Albury, Wodonga. Benalla, Euroa, during -'1 " April. \ns retulrning from NunurkahII. Echuea., I'ieola, Rochester, Ben .digo, early in May. Back Loading Wanted. TENTS. ..0I ORGAN C CO.. 250-6 SWANSTON-ST, MELBOURN...

USING SUPERPHOSPHATES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

USING SUPERPHOSPHATES. 1When superlphlosplhate is spread over Ithe soil or applied by drill,tlhe phosphoric :acid ill it, beltgn lln : watet 'olullo con lition. is dlisso;ved -whlen suilicient rain talls, and perlcaicste overylwherle through the surroundinsg soil, in which it is ehe ,,icall" preuipitatcd in a1 stace of fineness LImuch more minute than can be obtained by mechanical .grinding. Of course, if tilhe Stulerlphioslphtte romuinied ill a sol uble conditiuls, it would be washed away by heavy rain ianid lost, but the linum and othiler salts preseint in most soils inay be said to niurse asd hold it in a pirecipitated forim until the te;der: little fibten of t?ho plant iootlete co se lonig it se;arch of siourishment in su available form, and by the I: iild acidity of their feeding organ issus separate it ag'in fromn the soil corn binations asld abloseb it into their sys tens. It is the inltimate itstrmiixturO of the tiholisihate with the, soil particles and it o tinute chemlical...

DEHORNING CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

DEHORNINC CATTLE. Dehorning should be done when cat tlo are young. Thel best time is when ther are front two days to a week old. At that age there is nothing else so good for the purpose as caustic pot ash. Clip off the hair closely about the horn buttons and rub the caustic potash on the skin, being careful to cover a spot about as largo as a nickel coin. Rub well, but do not use ctough to allow any to run down on the calf's face or into his eyes, as the chemical will bhurn ar cauterize any living tissue. Carefully wrap the end of the potash stick to be held with sev eral thicknesses of paper to prevent injury to the fingers. Wet the end to bie used and after use wipe it dry with cloth or paper before replacing.jn the bottle. A small piece of the caustic may be used and the stub thrown away, as it is cheap. Keep the calf in thihe dry for a day or two after treat~inent. One good application will kill the horn. A small bottle of caus tio potash sticks will cost but about a half a cro...

MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

MARIKETS.- Illtter.--Extrleio depression is be ing felt il tlie locall liutter mirke1t, as a result of thle competition of Qucens land and New South Wales butter, wlhichl are beiug purchased at lower lr" + ,s in lieu o l \' cltorialtn t(.' seconldlar'y butters . (.Choicest tIltter is still be Ing sol at ;2; good, and iiedtluniui iu liti- buitters are qrotv'l doi'li to l0Ut, .iidl f'or loor and stide clream lots lower prices iare laccelted. Prillc so li ratoir al d pri'vate dl riy butters call tI purchased for lt, and .i.ild, and me diun to gLood, stirCkl' r',5' htlln n1ixed" its., downli ti SId. 3Milk.--The otliciah quotation of the Vit-urian lWholesale Milk P1iodiicers' .\,~A s cilt ilo ll i , If per alloh)I i flrl ' fresh milk delivered. (Cheese.-T'Jhere is at very ac~iv'e de lialltl for i elie" clees.e, lwhich is 41tll'ce. Clti c. melliiw lliaLtoird is quloted ait dil. and in soiiii- iutincii'ts dtl, andt h l;a i-nI ita it re d tit LIId it .ld . 3 1ed iu nl lril lio:f sizes, -4it...

KEEP ON. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

KEEP ON. A young Amerioan lawyer was de fending an old conviot on the charge of burglary in a State where the court rules allow each side one hour to ad dress the jury. The young lawyer, somewhat nervous, consulted a veteran member of the bar, who happened to be standing near. "How mnah time do you think I should take up in addressing the jlur,y" he asked in a rather pompous wanner. "Take the full hour," was the gruff reply. "The longer you talk the longer you'll keep your client out of gaol." Husband: "My dear, I though we were hoing to practise economy for a time." Wife: "So we are, dear. I went down and countermanded tile or Sder yomi gave your tailor for a suit, and bought a hat that criost only half the amount," System is a gireat thiing to eliminate drudgery in dairying . - As an indication of his vdlue, the per formances of a bull]'s ancestry are worth more than his looks.

1,764 STREET VICTIMS IN A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

1,761~ STR~iET VICTIMS IN' A~ YEAR. TI'~r.c u'r !:S,i!?7 aIc'ibliits ii~ t hc tee I~c s intle tll?·tliiie, K~ing~loiti Ilot A~ retortlr st~otes tot:~ 2'-t.l. 'i ~~camo fI Fe ti tic· teds·l~ll~: ll· titrtttl~cr' 1 .761 anIU joerease or 2Z(17, of whieb Oct. i~r::wn veiiieter s ttctc rcsp~oitttlltc for it;tl; Illi isortL cattoel Iv~ traLlniwa ers~r, i~lt) by olntiltti~ses. andl 751 by mlotor car8 anJ ,tb~tr vehlicino.

HOLSTEINS AS BIG MILK PRODUCERS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

HOLSTEINS AS BIC MILK PRODUCER.. 'The Hlolstein-Friesian cows countinue to pile up great records in the way ot milk and butter fat production, says toe 'New York Fanrmer," ot 9th May Col autha 4th's Johauna lot long ago non Ilthe world's crowo by her yield of 27,423.51bs. ot milk Iand I99S.2tilbs. of butter fat in a year. Her yield of nmilk has not yet been surpassed, but her re lative, Pontiac Clothildo DeKol 2nd, woe uile crown with'f,3181ibs, ai o ..k that yielded 1,017.281bs. of butter fat. Not another relative, Banostind Belle DeKul, takes the crown with her yield of 2i,45-.l.l lbs. of milk which produced 1,O58.311bs. of butter fat. These are records that will be surpassed, probably, is the future, but only Bolstein-Friec-sia cows can sur pass them. Those breeooders, both inside and outside cf Holstein-Freisian circles, \im decrV ti' ".lltort es.s, tiloul e1( content to know that regular yearly tests are now numerous. Those outside of the Holstein-Friesian field may well be par...

WE ARE SUPREME. GE[?] LIEF IN AIRSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

WE ARIA SUPREME. D'i: " I.i:.IEF IN AIRSHIPS. "Great Gritail mnay be sure of one thing-she will never be a.tlioed t6 ilmpooe a ritio of 16i to 10 on Germany cl tile air as she has dole On tho sea."' b;uclh was the striki:g statement oy Captaiin vou listau, thile well-lknown nailal aerolotutical exllert oni the ltue lleaning of Germiay's plans to spend a capital situ of i7,0UU,000 on tlt inmiediate development ol her militaryj and naval air fleets. (Captain vou PIustat, who went into tile question of air-craft de'eloepmrnt oil the uocas-:ion of the recent Olympia Exliibiition, said: '\We hero in Germa*ly nav,: not tle slightest objection to Colhonl Seel' and Mr Churchill contil'u ing tio spealck of :irshilis in terms of cotll eplllt. Our taithi in thoem is tOt bairsed eilther on sentilment or oil blinld idolatry of inventions whichl happen to have been miade by Germans. \Ve have tested their ellieacy to nut own satis factelon. \nhat. people a:broad think l- th mc does lnot .colcern i...

FORCE OF HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

FORGE OF HABIT. lHe had just added a motor boat'to his possessions. He already owned a motor car, so be lost no time in mank ing a trial trip in the new toy. Oh, yes., he knew all about it, y'know! But tlhrctghl the IImurky nIight he stole home, leaving great suddles all up the gar ion path and on the linoleum in the hall. "Goodness, Charles!" crioed his wife, "'what's the mnatter? Did you upset ithe boat?" '"Olh, no, my dear, not at all," he replied, wriingng the water from his mloustache. "Motor went wroug, that's all. " "But vou're simply soakedl. IIow "Well, when the motor ient wrong -or- " [c msade a boll dash at it. ?' Before I knew what I was do ing T was--cr-over the side trying to get uinderneath to put the biastly thing right."

NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. Sir han Haimilton spoke appreciative Ily of Australia and hler solkiers before jasing rfor" New Zeahand in Wedtie-,s T+:\ictorin won Lho footlmll prl'llntq. :.shilp of the Rlailway dleairtlients of Victoria. New South Wahls. ad ", "kinth Au~stralia. -. J n the Case in which a titan t wi|l iliu rged it the Criminal (.n'rt with whinwtg attempted to briiI, a juryimaii, "- verdict of not guilty e Is return, d. T' r'le itVlltue rolleetedl e. the Custom -Hollse oiln pril 22 ilamlouitcl to l:--lle venuie £1[I,616/1;5: Sto. , £57/I :;ii contingent, £50i/2/1l: I !otage, [l-,1 h7/: wharfage. £691/1/J. dTio a deputation of 1l:t'.a heetgr\w rs thle Miuister fori Ag: cultire (.Ii. hlutclhsinu) .aiid that c 1irolposes e!osing of tlhe Maflra b ,i suigar fl'i tory woulld olty hi' tenli;. , ;ry. Arising oiin of the wtoia IdsoirV uiiiioii .ist troublle in W.A., a ;ii'kcllayer. a pliumber, aid a labor-er "'.te wnd tools" at Gov,'nmenuut 11h?i(e u1e i diisc?iv(ring that a non-iiioiist had...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

ITH HEALING AND CANCER. Remarkable evidence, showing how a viotiin of cancer died in great agony whileo receiving Christian Science treatmnent" from a woman who ad eritted that she was absolutely devoid of mnedicn! knowledge, was given at the Westminster's Coroner's Court at an inquest on Miss Eva Lucy Holden. Mliss Holden, who was 51 years old, had been a sufferer from cancer for Soes years, and had been told that an operation was necessary. She refused to hlavo an operation, and about two years adgo, she became a Christian scientist. Miss Alice Payne, a friend, descaorib ed how a Mrs Donaldson, a Charistian Scienco practitioner, "treated" Miss Htiolden by prayer. ' Mrs Donaldson said that she first met Miss Holden two years and three month ago, when Miss Holden came to her and said that she had read Chris tian Science books, and wanted to have Christian Soience treatment. "Havpe you had any experience of medicine?" the coroner asked. "No, 1 have had no mnedical train .11rs Donalds...

TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By 'Flemington.") So far as "big': things (n thile Turf is concerullC., Siuthl AuII.ralia will next claimi attention. The "\Vhcat State" can never attrcet a loll a crrty of the lbst g'hllopinlg ialent c.uch as Sydney antd 3ielbiourne enjoys, but, ;its a rule, a few ilf the cetacks find tihcir way Sou't ati this Lte l of the year. T'ra falgar was in the habit of Itaing a itslt to Adelaide in the Autimnlt with a viewc to the \Weght'for Age races, aintl plerlhps Ilndnor. nd tone or Iwo :taris will not consider these ev-ents be nealth their notice this yeatr. .intdor is bccointig a much sold . iorse. The dual St. L.ger stiltter -. tanged htafids agaiii in Syidit. his l-ew owner being a brotlher oef M. N. "Fatilkiner. Mr. R. 31. Fal kiter, lwhose culors lIadnor wsill c'rlv ill. fututre, is going iuto raig o.nquit.e a btg I -i.th. In ad diion to Ridnor, lie has l.o purchcs :d tl"I|on Tonl and the culL"tv by.Prsiant l"niglt untom Puritan, whie.TI re.d sed suh'i an big price -...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

CAUSE OF SOIL SICKNESS. An isteresting and instructive paper on the above subject by Dr. ,I E. Rus sell, director of the liothamsted Experi metal Station, and Mr. Walter Buddln was delivered before the Society of Chemical Industry recently. The paper described how an accident had shown that with the partial sterilisation of the soil it was able to absorb oxygen very ,much more rapidly than untreated soil. Owing to the close connection known to exist between the power of oxygen absorption of a soil and its productivity, it was thought probable that such partially sterilised soils would be more productive than untreated soils, and pot experiments proved that .this was the case. At this stage in the re search it was found thht the conclusion was not novel, the discovery having been made accidentally in Alsace and conlirued in a laboratory in Germany. As a result of a long series of investiga. tions carried out at Rothamsted the following propositions had been defin itely established: 1...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Deaths. PERRON,-At Seymour on the 23rd inst., (suddenly) Louisa, eldest daughter of the late Clement Perron, and beloved sister of Katie, Nellie Jane (Mrs Baldwin), and Leo. Aged 48 years. R.I.P. KENNY.-On the 26th April, at her residence, Northwood, Mary, relict of the late Thomas Kenny, beloved mother of Nora, Catherine, Mary, An nie, Julia, Johanna, Lizzie, Patrick, Thomas and Denis. Aged 58 years. R.I.P. - Bereavement Notices. iHE Sisters and Brother of the late Louisa Perron .desire to heartily THANK their many friends for the kind expressions of sympathy, letters, tele grams, and floral tributes during their recent sad bereavement. r 'HE Sons and Daughters of the late SMary Kenny wish to tender their heartfelt THANKS to all friends for the many kind expressions of sym pathy in their recent sad bereavement; also to specially thank Rev. Father Con sidine and Dr. Morton for their unre mitting attention. P0OR SALE - 209Acles of Land. Ap Sply-JAJES MI'LAUGHI.rN, Scymour East. Ih D ...

ENGLAND'S FOOD PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

ENGLAND'S FOOD PRICES. The Labour Party in the imlperial arliaament moved in 1912 for an in sioiry into rents, prices and wages, and the recently published Blue Book with the report is a mass of detailed social informnation. England and Scotland form the scqpe of the commission, a basis of whose research is a compari son of 3005 and .1912, showing the changes in seven years. As to rents London shows a decrease of about 4 pe. cont; other cities no marked move ment. As to wages, the mean percent age increases are:--Building trades, 1.0; engineering, 5.5; printing, 4.1. But the cost of living raises issues interesting to all classes in all parts of the British Empire, ansd the committeo's report includes the civilisod world. The general conclusion is that Itheo total cost of living, includiing clothing, has risen 10 per cent. in the seven years period. Taking fourteen food commo dities, the rise is 13.7 per cent. Retail prices in. London of twenty-three ar ticles of food give 114.5 as ...

THE BEEF TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

THE BEEF TRUST. There can be no doubt that attempts are being made to form a " Beef Trust" in Au:tralia. Only a few weeks ago in the personal column of the Age the following modest item of news appeared ? "Mr W. B. St. Ustis is a passenger to Sydney by the Niagara, which ar rived at Auckland yesterday from Van couver. He represents a Chicago meat company with a capital of £15,000, and states his firm has a branch in Brisbane and intends opening branches in Syd ney, Melbourne and Adelaide, where extensive cattle buying will bedone." In dealing with this question the Age recently made the following comments under the heading, " Not Being Neglected " " The uneasiness which has been caused in various parts of the Com monwealth by the publication of undoubted evidence of the intention of the Beef Trust to establish itself in Australia has not affected the Prime Minister. He takes up the attitude that so far there is no cause for alarm, and in a light and airy manner he has announced that...

THE TYROLEAN FRUIT CASE. A GERMAN METHOD OF PACKING APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

THE TYROLEAN FRUIT CASE. A GERMAN METHOD OF PACKING APPLES. By J. G. Turner (Chief Horticultural Olicer), in "Journal of Agrioul ture."' About the 11th October last, a cable gram'appeared in the daily press, which read as follows: AUSTRALIAN FRUIT. German Market. Packinig Methods Criticised. Heir Henoch, of Berlin, in a re port to the Commonwealth Govern ment, states that the importation of Australian apples and pears into Germany is greatly.prejudiced be cause the fruit is wrongly packed. Merchants who re-pack the fruit in a looser and more attractive way were making 25 per cent. addl .lounal profit owingm to the alteron tion. 'r'1o frmut marketed in Goe many is rapidly extending, and is attracting buyers from Russia, Scatlinavia, and adjacent coun tris. Herr Henoch offers to for ward sample cases to Australia iaoked in the German style, should the fruit-growers wish it. Inmuediately after the appearance of lthis cable a suggestion was made by me that the matter be brought under th...

News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

News of the Week. THIS SSU?.-Melbourne Letter, Turf Topics. Market News, News Summary Woman'sInterests, Agricultural News and many other interesting items will be found in this issue. A social will be held in the Federal Hall no May 20, in aid of Good Friday Boating Disaster Fund; Seymour Tennis Club ball-Wednes I day, May 27. One hundred and sixty nine points of rain were registered at Seymour during May. DEXTISTRY.-Mr C. Meredith Ball, deittist, wishes us to announce that he will be in Av-enel on Wed nesdlay next, and may be consulted at Ryan's Hotel. BOWLS.- During the season many matches have been played on the Seymour green, which have createl considerable interest, Per haps the most pleasure was evinced in the championship contests, the final of which wes plased on Mon day I etween MIr J. Porter and M[r Lomax. It was akeenand exciting struggle, and until the last end was played, it was hard to say which of the players was going to be tri umphant. The -result, however, proved t...

WHY MEN DO NOT MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

WHY MEN DO NOT MARRY. SAmoglg the imanyi brJght features ot the "Stlrand" is a syLmposium on tlhe above slubjecot. Tihe contributors are mostly, if no all, omarriedt, This onil tile lprinciple, presumably, that "look ers on see lllost of the gamle." T'hlero are maln contributors, including CaUnnon liorslec and Arthur Bourchicr, but I give place to the opinions of Madameo cUlara Butt and Mrs. C. N. William sii, both of whom are happily imarried. "'l a very largo extent," writes Mad alme Butt. "1 think the decline in tile lmarrialge rate is due to the differ cut staldpoint thile younger genoeration take of ife as compared with the standpoint of tlieir grandfathers and granidmothers. The younger genera tion have larger ideas, more ambitious aiiimbitions than were those with which thelir fatihers andl mothers started life. "When they thinik of the struggles tlemr fathers hmave told tlhem about tleiir curly married life, how' they iinciedl and saved and screwcd, aitld demmied themiselves...

Football Notes [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Fiotball Notes Up?to the present very little can st'ated as to the prospects of the coming football season. The \Tar ranga-PNoth-east AssociatioUt, with which Seymour has always been connected, has received a severe blow in the withdrawal of Murchi son, Nagambie and Rushworth teams, without whom the competi tion would practically be devoid of interest. The only alternative left between this and closing down is join the Goulburn Valley Associa tion, which at present comprises Rochester, Echuca, Kyabram, Ta tura, Shepparton and Mooroopna. The committee of the Seymour Club sat till a late hour on Monday discussing the question. The opin ion was expressed that Rushworth and E;chuca were too far away to make the joining of the latter as sociation a practical proposition, but if these teams could be dropped, and Murchison, Nagambie and Sey mour included, a really first class association could be formed. If anything was to be done to put this proposal into effect, it had to be done speedil...

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