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CATCHING SWARMS WITH OIL OF ANISE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
CATCHING SWARMWS WITH OIL OF ANISE. A correspondent in an' American paper. relates his expcerience in.awarm catcuing as follows:-"My brother and I1 once caught;' -76 awarms in onei month. We take any kind of box .~that will hold- frames, put starters in thcm, thcn -put the prepared? boxes in trees. We put a drop of oil if. anise:-in tlhe box long,. before a swarm. .finds. the place. I never saw- a swarm of bees until last; spring. . When my. brother and I started, we.thought we would try it,. so we put out; boxes and caught 72 ~war?mns. We sold 1,'6 dol. worth of comb .honey, then~, sold the. bees, and started in new last nionth. California is.thb place to, ca.tcb. runaway: bees. I get the bil ofi anrise at' a' drug store. Iefore I stmrt oul a put r drop.or two of anise. in -the box,..-te .1. locate the boxes in trees, under brush, or any place where the sun doesan' strike them in the. heat. of Ithe-:day.:I canw cate1' twelve swarms by the use of anise where 1 could catch only one w...
POULTRY ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENT. SWorms.-Liberal, Colac.-Yes, excess of appe tite ihd .extreme thinness are signs of these in ternal parasites. Examine the droppings. Iso .ate the affected birds and give pills of Thymol, nixed hi a little dough, twice daily. Oats.-Poultry, Wangaratta.--1. Ground oats are very fattening. 2. Yes, good for your purpose. 8. Good in summer months. I'ea Meal.-Reader, Warracknibeal.--Valuable if iot used to excess. Rich in albunminoids. and a line substitute for animal food. It forms a nitrogenous ration. Sex in Eggs.-Puzzled, Sale.-Don't worry over this; it is a problem ditticult to solve. The apparatus you name is not effect.ive. Bone.-Anxious, Townsville (Q.).-Don't con ~tound green bone with bone meal. The latter is a white fine meal, made by machinery from dry bone. Green bone is the fresh bone cut with a cutter made for the purpose. The latter should 'inly be given in cocld weather; it 'is very stimu lating. . Plucking Fowls.-Settlelr, lochester.-No; should...
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
POULTRY NOTES. BY HOTSPUR. Since I wrote last week we have had dc .Jightful weather conditions, warm da?y and cool nights, ~vhile on Monday morting a few light showers .fell, accompanicd by a cool chatnge from the south. In these circum ?tt ees, poiltry keepers dhould be well #leased with theii' lot, and as the summer will soon come to a dclose, it looks as if the season for growing stock is to be elhsed as one of the best ever experienced hy breeders. While we are enjoi-ng de aightiully cool summers, our friends in the aorth away in Queensland, are, of course, hiaving their usual hot season, but heavy summer rains are announced from the tropical regions, gauging up to 16 inehes. There are a large number of readers of "The Leader" in the northern and east ern States, and I would like to point ou·t to them that the time was never so favor able as it is now to procure stud poultry lwom Victorian breeders. It is a recognised fict that all feathered stock reared in a cool climate thrive...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
CYCLONE POULTiRY GATE S t. .x4ft. or '2 ft 6 in. x 6 ft. 6/ Complete. 4 in.- Pipe Frame, '/ In. Netting, 1/ Per Foot Extra for Added Height STRONQG--VERY CHEAP. CAN BE HUNG IN A FEW MINUTES. CYLCONE Prop. Ltd. S459 SWANGTON-STREEr, MELB. ~as~gm~ees~p ,:aa ,s ABSOLUTELY Built Up on a Solid Foundation of Fact and Straight Out from the Shoulder Talk is the Business of W. W. SCOTT. When Scott says his ANDALUSIANS, WIIITE ROCKS, INDIAN GAME, PE~KIN DUCKS, are good business, you can rely upon it simply because he Is not in the game for fun, and having 19 years' solid experience, hle knows the value of the goode he offers t, a nicety. But when he tells you that THE MATOHLESS WHITE RUNNER DUCK, as bred by him for egg production, is the best proposition for profit inr leathered.stock. you have the essence of his ex perience. Selected npecimens, correctly mated, 211L Each, cooped. F.O.B., rail. Cheltenham. EG(GS of White Runners, 10/6 and 21/ per settiing of 12, carefully packed; ipfertilc re...
HINTS FOR BREEDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
HINTS FOR BREEDERS. Linseed assists the m'oult. Rise early and feed early. The heavy breeds are big eaters. Wheat is the standard grain for fowls. Old mortar should be kept in the fowl run. .en arll hens do not make satisfactory sit ters. YEconomy should be studied in the poultry Syard. Cleanliness must be observed in .tJhe fowl house. An egg is one of the most nutritious of foods. Mlilk chickens are ready for killing at U to 8 weeks. Spatch-cock is a young chicken, say from 3 to 4 months old. Choleira is brought on by impure food and tainted ground. Ventilation and pure air are necessities ii the poultry house. Duck breeding pays; ducklings are ready to market at nine weeks. Spray the poultry house occasionally with a stronig disinfectant. -Straw from the stalble mnakes good scrtdhing material for fowls. This is the period when all poultry runs should be dug up and freshened.
CORRESPONDENCE. THE CROWING HEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
CORRESPONDEHCE. THE CROWING HEN. Sir,--Thankls very much -for your reply re "crowing hen" in the Poultry colinm, of "The Leader." The hen died eshortly after I wote to you. I opened her, but I could see nothivg wrong with her, except that she was layed out. She had not laid another egg since s,~-. started to crow. The hen, when she knocked off laying; was entering upon her third year. Shli was one of the hens I imported from Mr. Bdsst, of St. Kilda, last June. I intend starting an up to date. poultry farm here. I have a splendid mar!ket in Townsville, being a mile from the 'rTwnsill, Ingham railway, and 50 miles by railway fram Townsville. So far poultry does exceedir?gly we!l here. All my season's hatching is in good fettle. Wishing you the compliments of the ; season, -Yours, &c., . I. P. HECHT. Waterfall Creek, via Ingham, Norta Qseensl!an.l, Q0th December, 1913.
CARPENTIER AND BLAKE MATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
CUREENTAIER-AD· BI1iAff MATUIHEDl I The liegotiations for a boxing contestibetwcorn SBombairlider "-Wel" and --rBandsman" Blaike h?' ing fallen ·tfrough, .;Mr.. Dick .Blirge offered a ipur.e of £i2000 for a match between Ge6rged Carpentier and Blake. Arrangementa have been nmade for the ~matclh,. which. will be for a e1a~e of £500 a side and tfe. purs. "e.
MATCH BETWEEN BLAKE AND WELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
MAT(1a .I3RTIVEES-Nhil .BL~A4n' X!DWLLS. A eontrlet JiuR *LjeNf signedC for ' znaC3tCh bce. 4 U. 1;~15;The f ~::~~~'o~~tjok cquaoof cut three mrnate rouildfi. 'ora side wagyer of -?5V9 zni 3 purse of £S.80 .offered by ?Dick" DBut r: 42h&lt;: iteter of. the match. wih -1taiker threcuorths of Ithiu purse.. :.r . ... ..
SUMMERS V. M'CORMICK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
St:MMERiIS V. M'CORMIGJIC. Tom M'Ccimick on Saturday at the Sydney Sta dium, Rushcuttcrs'. Bay, defeated .ohlnnv' Summers, but the decision was not re ceived with apl)i'ovl by the spectators. The is-ghfti s announed ul-crc--Summerlcs, 10.1]; M'Cor. miid, 10.5; . M'Cor:mick did not show to-, ad vantage in the early lrounds, Sutiners frequently landing him on the face Iand body. Then M'Cor mnick began to.scoro with lI. left, and in. the sixth round Summners was staggered by a right to the head in a mix up. In the soveiith M'Cor. mick slipped to his knee, but rose inunmediate]ly. M'Cormick settled down after this, and iriasle steady progrers in points. Sumnners made strenue .us efforts to gain ground, but his flashes were not sustained . A good prograinui has been aranged for Bllaker' Pavilion on Monday, the chlief encounter beIng between Austr:ala's vrack bantam '"'Do.dger' lryan, -aid ex-ar'itenur chamnpion Jack Jar.aese. I1n addition to this boui. Jack Caton will meoet G.eo. Iearsio...
M.A.P. CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
M.A.P. CONTESTS. The firSlt. item of a varied programmne at the Melbourne Athletic Pavilion on Saturday -ended in. Blair (8.10)- lying down- to Patclett, (l 4) with sut being .tuc. .The referee immediately-stopl : d the fight. In a five-round contest Bert Smith (7.12) outpointcd Jack Tooo -(8.- ), and a very evenly fought ten;round match be.twteen Charley Miitchell (9.4)- and arney ThomIson (9.,) was declared a draw. Reg. Wade (10.9) knocked out 'Matt O'Brien (10.1) in the first round of an emenrgency bout. Dave Bell (11.l) and Sept. Hehir (11;1) met in a tea-round contest, Bell gainiig the decision on :points. From rithe veryT fist bout. of ithe boxin pro graunme - at Melbourne Athllctic Pavilion on M3ondav night proved full ox bustle and .excitenient.n Bilie'. Poyd (8 st. 4 lb.) and HTlerb. Mlac:lean (S st. .. lb.) went at it hamnmer and tongs through a four-round bout. ITheri was little to clhooe between the lads till Boyd got in a stiff uppercut that causel MBclean to take tie f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
Beoonui an Expert and MblhEi M3OREL MONEY. Wo clu teroh yoru tMeugh1J- rigst in yrour he.Outr eaytem h~ail provod. a ·greiat auactxl The coureas include aieMlanntwos, DrawPing, 1~repara~tion of the SlpeeiflcatCion ec. Learn up-to~dolte metitod~, eM ber aucoe~ftd 8jend for fuIk par~tic~awe, ad aee w~at *wr ciii do for y~ou. Wzite fort. tree eop of Propeetus L tO.ilzty, WhIle you thinka ft. Stott's. Cor,'earpondnce Collegle, 51· BItrlliRT-ST'BE~T. -,MfirLUuINE.; W.E; I.3&YOUCN an ON$. hemiets~,. DALLARhT.
CARPENTIER V. WELLS. THE £4000 CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
04C?~Pf-NTIER: V. WE~t ,S` . TUEL- £4-i 000 CONTEST ,corges Crpentifcr, the handsome French boy of 10, made a pleasant and highl -succissful de but; so fa. as--coicerens -lifmself and hsii friends, at the:. National Sporting Club last night (says ihas .Lonion "Sportsman" of. 0th ilt.), when he -put -out--Bombardier Wells in tihe short space of 73 seconds. Incidentally, Carpentier-took the nice little sum of £2200 for .his share of tlhe eroceedings, whi!le the man who paid fifteen iuminLasi for his -eat did so at the rate of l littl,' o:er four shillinhgs per secondi fbr whlat he saw -that is,..of the chief event of the even ing. thving said tfii annucli; it will be readiiy understood how little there -is to write about in respect to this great (.) battle be tween .the champiton of Europe and -thle chain uior ot Great Britain. The history of the set-to ean- be told in. c -very fvew words. Carpentier, evedently trained to the hour, "took the ring brimful of confidence. .lie was- glovr...
JEFF SMITH ARRIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
• JEFF SMITU.*AR.tIVFS, Jeff Smith, Nat Williams, Jules Duborg and Ur. A. Lippe, - theit manager, reached Melbourne on Monday on route for Sydney. The newcomers are an irrposing- trie, and bid fair to gite Aetralials a series of lively matches before they conclud their engagemcnt. fcr five contests, which tl.hy: Iave contractcrl to carry out under t'ete auspices of ithe Stadium. Smith, who is only 21 yearS of age, is the porseessor of a ibelt. valued at £500, wiich he won last: year after dafesiting the -hire. leading middleweights in the world. .Iecently: h met Georges Carpentier, and altliough the decidon. was given against him, it was generally admitted hy the sporting. writers and boking. authoritiei thlat..le won eighteen out of the twe'ity.rounds. Williams is the ligh.weight chiampion of tih North of England.. Tie has bad over GO con tests 6ince becoming, a ;professional, andl lha1 scored over men such as Seaman IIaycs" Young Lippo, Joe Jehns, I'red Delaney, Bitly Bernett and ...
DRESSING POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
DRESSING POULTRY, Sir.-r'Wouldl you be kind enough as soon as.space Swill permit in "The ,Leader" to give a detail'ed account of how to dress poultry for the hoiiio and local mirkets. They are shortly to have freez. ing works erected here, and would you think it worth while breeding stock for table, or keep to layers only? I would like to- try both if it was at all payable. At present I h'lave Leghorns only. I appreciate your' articles every weck in "The Leader," and would like your advice, as I will abide by that.-Yours, &c., A CONSTANT REIADER. Sheppsrton, 12th 3anuary. [Will give details in a special s'tiele.-IIot: spur,]
SIMPSON AND DRISCOLL. TO-NIGHT'S ENGAGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
SL\PSON AM-i DBISOOLL. . TO-SNIG?1"S 'YEXA?.(EIENT". Sldo'o.Driaoll,, wha1 is.,to meet Chiarliemi-mr o. n at the Stadium to-night (S9aturday); is said to Ed one-bf the for?l.ot featheseigfhts, oho .have ever. visited Ausralia irom Ehngland, h'l&re he: has a long line of succeses to his.credit, .. So far ,Dtis ol'-bus onlyv applared in one contest in t-e Common'wealth, and ta . t a w~ . me m.anths ago, when lie mi: Sirapon in S-ydney. The' niatch ent seventeen rounds, d it - its sioken of. as- ae, of the mst. stletiuotisly -fought cohntests that eer itas witnesed. in that citi... Driecotl:.is .confideit that he iwill be ale to repeat the defcit he a!d ministered to Simpson. asome months bdack, and Simpson, on. his part, is sanguine that on this occasion hie wil be able .to-turn the tables, Simpson is a mnchirm uproved man-since., he stood up to the Engliluiani Tast; anmdl Irhas lately been provisg .his worth to tecognition as a future f~eatherweight- rlhn-pion. - z -re:int vi...
JEFF. SMITH V. DAVE SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
STEFF. SMITi -.V. -IA) v -SM11ITH. It Ihas been arrangedl thiat Dive Smit.". thli Ans tralian champion hea.vy '-weight, 6sha!l. menet .lhe -American, Jeff. Siith (?do - many good judges wlio .saw the lfight conisider beat Georges Carpeli tier in their recent match) at the Syhney sta dinii i on 21st 'ebruary. At New Yrork on 13th Jamnary "Bob" M'Aliscer was couriteC out in the scv-nth lround of .a sidl duled ten round contest between him and "Mikec Gibbons, of St. Paiul CG:bboms ent his opponent down with a.right hiook to t-ie jaw. GCeorge Chip, .who r1-cintly defeated Fra.tn Ktaus, gained an easy verdict over Christie, of Milwaukee, where lic contest was fou0git o il Mon dav lst. 1p Icc l throughout the- tern *ronda oitlhe nmatch."
THE ORPINGTON. GENERAL PURPOSE BREED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
.THE O RPINCTON GENERAL PURPOSE BREED. One of our North Queensland readers writes asking for the points of the Orping ton,' and "Hotspur'a". opinion as to the breed being suitable for northern condi tions. The Orpington is one of the hardiest of all breeds, and it thrives in numerous Queensland poultry keepers' yards. At the leading Brisbane' shows the Orpington is ahlvays in evidence, and "Hot spur" can see no reason why this very useful fowl should not be a success in the ar north. We give the points of the breed, which are as follow: GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS. COCK. Head.--Skull: Small and neat, and fairly full over the eyes. Beak: Strouig and nicely cuirved. Eyes: Full and bright. Comb: '(a) Single or (b) rose; (a) of medium size, erect, evenly serrafed, and free from side sprigs; (b) small, straight and tirm, full of fine work or small spikes,.level on top (not hollow in centre), narrowing behind to a distinct peak, lying well down to the head (not' sticking up). Face: Smooth. Ea...
MR. BAKER LEAVES FOR AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
MR. BAKER LEAVES FOR AMERICA,. On Satvrdty Mr. R. L. Baker. left for .America o0 a .world's tour -to. transact important buisine;s in connection with the stdilia: in the iarious States. While away Mr. Baker -will convene a conference of American and European boxing authorities to. attempt to .persuade: them to. adopt the rules and wveight regulations prevailing in Australia. Dur ing his alsence the circuit will b.eunder the con trol of Mr. IT.. eesing,. who, until a few days. ago, -was Melbourne manager; and the litter's place locally. will .be: taken by Mr. . I. M'Pherson, of -the Fi dnuy stiff, who is one, of the mot -famili?ar anrl popular figures. in the Australian lboxing world. One of the principal objects of -r. Daker's world's tour i. to. personally negotiate .wi Ocorges Carpentier. Freddie Welsh anld other front raank- boxers for an .Australian .season Althoagh: Carpentier at flrs.t showved a reluctance to -tmner-i take the trip,.-the handsome otfer Inade: him :.j thei stad...
A PECULIAR EGG. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
.A PECULIAR EGG. Sir,-I am sending you an egg which one of my hens laid to-day. °Wouald you be so kind as to let me know what was wrong with' her, as she looks quite well, as though notliing had hap pencd?--Yours, &c., D.M. Maoonce Ponds, 10!h January. [The above egg is one of tile nlost peculiar I have seen.- It is long and very. thin,i not mnuph thicker than a lead pencil, and was very thin in shell, and only contained a yolk .without .arny white.' It is thi' result of some 'oVarytrouble, I lnd may not allect the hen in any way in future., I -Hlotsour.I
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
ROMANTIC WEDDING. &nbsp; BRIDEGROOM ON SICK BED. MARRIES OLD FRIEND'S WIDOW. &nbsp; BUDAPEST, 13th January. &nbsp; &nbsp; The marriage of M.Francis Kossuth, the famous Hungarian noble and patriot, to the Countess Beniovsky,was performed in &nbsp; unusual circumstances yesterday. Countess Beniovsky is the widow of &nbsp; Count Alexander Beniovsky, an old col- &nbsp; league of M. Kossuth, who died in the &nbsp; spring of 1913. On his deathbed Count Beniovsky begged M. Kossuth to marry his widow,and the latter consented to do so. M Kossuth,. who was 72 years of age on 16th November last, recently suffered a &nbsp; severe illness, and when he had apparently recovered the engagement was announced. Yesterday, however, a relapse supervened, and M. Kossuth was prostrated by suffo- cation and heart weakness The marriage was therefore hurriedly performed while &nbsp; M. Kossuth lay on his sick bed. &nbsp;<...