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HIS TWIN SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
HIS TWIN SOUL. A lecturer was touring through t;;o colntlry recently? and delivered a, ad: dross beforo an audience in a country. s(:clhoulhouso. In the courso of his remarks he re viewed the -agricultural prospeots of the country, and as an illustration told a story of a poor farnmr who had died, leavislg to his wife the farm heavily mortgaged. He said that the widow set to work with a will. and succeeded upon one year's lwheat? crop in paying off the entire mortgage. . When hle had completed his lecture, tie gentleman shook hands and greeted the members of his audience. On?e middle-aged man finally approached him thoughtfully aand began: "I saiT mister, you told a story about tho wido'w raising a mortgage on_one y'ear's crop?" "Yes. my.friend; that was a true story. Tt happened only two year 01WO." "Vell, siri, could you tell me. ihr that widow is? She's just the kind of ?0mlnn I've been looking for all the ime "
FAILURE OF EXPERIMENTAL FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
FAILURE OF EXPERIMENTAL FARMS. At the time when the Queensland Minister for Agriculture is seriously revising the position and prospects of some of his experimental farms, it is iuteresting to note that in New South Wales similar misgivings are finding expression in the annual re port of the Department. The Under Secretary writes: "After the experi nae of a pleriod ranging from 10 to 10 years on a number of our farms. there seems hardly .any round for belieying that a Government institu tion under existing conditions can demonstrate to ordinary farmers pro litable and successful farming from the monetary point of view. The balance sheets of the demonstration :reas at Wa lla and Bathurst show rood net results; but in view of the bIare debit bialances on the whole of the operations, they do not give far ,uers the entire satisfaction I would like." It is now recognised that on lthe school armls it will be nlecessary -till to cultivate an area suffllicient to -ire all studcuts opportuni...
QUAINT TENURES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
QUAINT TENURES. The kings and princes of England seemr to have delighted to amuse them selves by the devising of tenures for '.heir iperslonal profit, pleasure, and illusemet.ll Soie in their nature (writes Paul MLonuckton in tIhe "Con temlprary RevIiew") are such as to be unprintable in the twentieth century Press; these quickly came to be com miuted to a money payment. Others, egain, are positively amazing-in the variety and nature of the oustoms by wsllieli they were to be held. ,'or: instance, thle Ldidship of Bures, in lN~ex, was held by the sergeantry of o.:,liing- the King's hogs; Carleton, in Nottingham, by hle service of one catapullt in the year for all services; two farmls at Carlcoats, Yorkshire. by tile service of finding, one a right liand glove, and the other a left hand glove, tile whole of the Manor of Caldeoote was hIeld by Humphrey de Blhm by virtue of being Lord High Constable of Einglanil--a post now abolishled on ac colunt of the degree of power and spleu dour ...
ROAD VERSUS RAIL ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
ROAD VERSUS RAIL ROADS. T'Ihe adoption of the roads of Eng :il in placo of the railroads, which :kld still have their functions to ful 1. :50d the substitution to an ever-in teasing extent of the independent :,tor-lorry, free to choose its road. for he locomotive, tied and hampered by s inability to do other than follow the is, seemis not only inevitable, buht igliy advisable in the true interests , the country in times of peace and var. A striking parallel may be iund in the relative success of the notor-'bus and the electric-tram. But Satdoption must be tantamount to ,ending thle death-knell of the pre ,ent railwly system, anod the loss of any Imlillions to railway shareholders. ;iut who knoaws?-lt may he the need al shock to force the railvways to put h.ir houses in order, and by the ad ,stion of sane husiness methods fit tlhemselves to work harmoniouislv with the motors for the good of their coun try.-Tlhe "Review of Reviews." In the Actary the Engenist will find at once a cold ...
A GOLDEN ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
A GOLDEN ONE. A white rrose in his button-hole, and ',tton gloves oa his dirty hands, old lill Loafer swaggered jauntily along hl street. At the corner a friend topped him, exclaiming incredulously: Why, Bill, ol' man, what's happen. il--bin left some money?" No, amo," said Bill. 'It's me gel 'i weddin'; I'm celebratin' me goldin ,c?lin' I" liut why ain't your wife oelebrat n' it tool' enquired his friend. "I c. 'oi goinl' to work as usual this I'nim'. Why ain't she got a white u(se anid noo gloves?" "'Er!" muttered Bill, as he grunted eflectingly. "She ain't got -nuflina' , dlo wi it Shelo's me fourth!"
CULTIVATING ONE'S OWN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
CULTIVATING ONIE'S OWN • .? 8Ul'i'Y. • If one a~'first iua't used to' this couipally u?t lf, and ii', at, firust, tsi b UIrL of ettlllng i'eaCIUailllt,·U WIns wie? sell Seen SLrllage; Or II Unt I al SUCe rlt time dncue L t iU otue Or a\orl'y isuoL tleu tiflng Lilat shoUld nut be botuheredl or worr'ed about, tllen to dip or a aittle wilitle nt lL inspiring Uouis, or :iL interestLIllg p)ItCeU ;,lctlul, uLreaikl llU CtaIlnl Ut toonotlly,) aU alTrrebb t ll JlLLpt'L of I .enitaI, Ie:'rous, ania piysi ll energy/. Alt rings a ehiige aiitd Lilcrjcuy idiluces iia rest. iest we aire Iuow lllldlg do1es I)Ot depeUU lucesserily IjiOl1 ;t LCeStLIIO uI al CtilVitles, tor sOUlW. ti-u?S i, hIa.igo of orlb or aolctvity i1, illJy a c ehective. It is theo ?llio if I)enul alone that has to'do with tlh rean t realities of life, and these are le thilulgs thllat after all really coulit. Chey, it is, tihat eventually bring real .u .a llsting sati.faction. To Ltaki this quiet puriod every day .nables us to g...
Should Dyspeptics Diet. A Specialist's Valuable Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
Should Dyspeptics Diet. A Specialist's Valuable Advice. 'Dyspepsia, indigestion, flutu lence and practically all forms of stomach trouble," writes a leading specialist, "are in neiarly every in stance the direct result of food fer mentation'and the consequent pro duction in the stomach of acid and gas which irritate and distend the stomach and make normal diges ion impossible. The gas by dis tending the stomach and pressing upon the surrounding vital organs seriously interferes with their work, and frequently causes palpitation of the heart; but the acid is much mere dangerous, because it irritates, then inflames and even ulcerates the delicate lining ,f the stomach, producing dabngerous stomach ulcers and even cancer. Food fermenta tion being primarily responsible for all the trouble, it was long tue cus tom of physicians to permit thd use only ot such foods as could not ferment, but unfortunately unfer mentable foods were soon loundl to be so lacking in nutrition as to re sult in ...
A GOOD LICK FGR ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
A GooD LICK FGR ANI.MALS.- dr Temple Smith, of the depart ment of Agriculture, recommends the following as a good lick for sheep, horses and cattle, as it keeps them in good health andj~prevents disease:-To 1 cwt. of coarse Isalt add 101bs slacked lime, 101bs bone meal, and 41bs flour of sulphur-; mix well in trough and keep pro tected from the rain. It is a good rystem to mix the above with mo lasses, sufficient to make the whole into a stiff toffee and use as a lick.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
Wonderful Healing. Zam-Buk Promotes the Growth of New, Healthy Skin,--Clears away Disease as if by Magic. ' Zam-Buk has brought the treat ?nent of skin affections and injuries to a point of.perfection never before releised. 'skin Magic," in fact, is how~_lZam-Bak's healing feats have been-frequently described. i Nothing else known to science has a more wonderful influence or on an.injured or diseased skin. Zain- Buk is a combiliation' of pure extracts, highly coninied and con ceitrated. It is in its unique com poiition, and its freedom from lard ind and all animal fats. that Zam Biik. differs so completely from :common salves and'ointments. And its'repeated successes show how different it is ini medicinal:action. -Every pot of Zam-Bik is a con centration of the best healing pro perties ready for instant use. .Whei Z~In-B unk is applied to the skin, festeiing is stopped, inflamma tioni and tirritation allayed, soure pl~Ide diisappear and ne,. layets of healthy tissue grow. i:Equally ...
INVENTIONS BEING PATENTED. IMPROVEMENTS IN MANY FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
INVENTIONS :BEING PATENTED. 131PROVIL1iNTS IN MIANY FIELDS. , \ictllrian invLntors have nmaintained ithe licding pos:tioln tlhey hold as alplh ctlti. lot iiti;len5s. Thle fulloluilig par tictullis nar rerpoIrted by Messrs. G. .G. lTurri & Co., Iegisterled Patcllt Aitor neys, of the Riahom , 499 Collilns Street, M;elbourne, fromu whom . readelrs inlay obtain further information. It is not lilmited to- Victoria. Thle Conuiissioner of P'atents hlas ac cepted td. comntlete speclfice'tions in til following illnsitanes, consequently, full detalils iare avitilable, and in due CL)iii':, platenCts will issue in tile litljor i" yif Instaclles. Rosal swcpci ig mnachile. - ,1. A. Ilill has s51ld tlhis to a copilljpilly. TIhe d(l-vIe is 1I lllotor to1r, witl i -"ry I;ilg, cylindr;clI bIrlush delvcrinug into a iowpacl-. (No. 11,712.) Saucellanl lid Hlolder.-Thle lid is kept on the hlindlo ptrtly, and to loahl it Lthe halndle las a notch or collar. i\. H. S. Brewer. (No. 11,717.) Non-refil...
THE AWAKENING. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
'rIlE AWAKENING. T'he 11idow: ."Now, gettin' right downl to cold, hard facts, Mose, what an yao prosIpects?" 'IThle Suitor: "aI'lt deal' Lse got a good job as naiageh oh a Inundry: in s~ghut..'' 'IT'e Wido: rWell, yo' want, to git dMt out oh siht an' frgi u. i o last husband t tn dat. saeln mllucior tion, hut dre lad" who Itromised tohl .Ini, ?h.o.... n' obe; hhin pos'tiv',y re ll s(s'd tO 1) h d(1n'la dr '? , '.'lear kou'lr to he latried, l,0urnh Ilibbs. Coongr.atulato yon P "'lMuch obliged, but n 1du1not so lIclh about col1gralul d tin,, It's ecrst in? me a p"'t~ty ,oann- I toll 'sr i Ms. Ilibbes asIs to he, she \anlllt&s 'er troUs eai1u, r k0 v; knolwto thCie'rS furluish in' ai;d th' licence, aund li' lparson's feCe; an.' thenI' 11 'ave to give 'Or andlIl 01' s1ste'r a bit of joolhy a-pi)ece'; it) wt, with o(1e tlhing 1111' nnotlhe-slhC' i1 'Cel'"S 00111111, 30)l" know, 13 Ot)I odd-owell, I reekon she1'll (ost. r(it lllettLy 1lelr 2(11 a pottuld afore I get 'Cl" '01310!""...
NEARLY THREE CENTURIES AND A HALF OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
NEARLY THIREE CENTURIES AND A HALF OLD. TIic lhib o f Erven .lo ucas Iois, Am sterdail, hlas been estallislicl since 1575--inow 339 years. And .right froml its inception, it has earuned the reputa tion of lproduoeing Geneva and Liqueurs of-the very highest quality only. 'IThe Ceneva, especially, lwhich lhas a world wrido reputlatioh, is of rery high qual ity indetedl, being mado from the very best materials. It is of a straw color, dueo to its being very old from lonug storage in wood. And thle onedical lprolporties of the spirit cannot-be over estimated, as it acts specially on .the kidneys.
SULPHUR AND LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
SULPHUR AND LIME. T'lie l'c ct eof sillphuir and limie uponl diseases of cereals and roots was referr ed. to in a paper by Wa\\:lter E. Col lingo before the British Assooiation for tie Advancement of Science. In Wnhrwicklshlire, in 1900, he said his attenltion was directed to sonime 10 or 50 acres of wheat attacked by a disoaso locanlly klioru as "uniy-ick." hIn various parts of the field, either in large circular patches or in stragg ling lines, tie wheat plants were turn img yellow in tlhe leaf, anid hadl at tanluud a heighlt ol, albout half of that of tie nIon-tiaseased plnts. Later in the-slason the plants hlad a soorchedl appearance, vecry little growthi took pllace, they never developed cars, and were of littlo use as-straw. Other crops, including lotatoes naud mangoklds, were attacked in a simlar. 11l3ll1lel'. SExperiauents with varying quantities of sulphurl, and lime and sulphur slhow id tfh-lt sulphlr soWn i?n tlhe autumnl for spring sOwings, or in the spring for ;Iutulnll...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Lro cleanse the collars of garmeuts dissolve one p0art solt' in four of al cohol,.-pply with :e spongc, rub v.ll. To ecln straw mats or Ililitllldg, slprinkle a littlo meal over thoe inat, with a lnllnel oloth and warmn wltler washl the at clean', and wi)po to dry. Do not uso n mucll water, iolr :wash tile iiats often, as it softens the straw. An excellent trellatlment for boots an.d sltoes tlhat have blien rain-sonaked is to rub vaseline well into tile leatiter whelc nealrly dry. This will do (won lers towaids reCmoving-lg the had elccts of. the wetting, and prevent the siioes fIroml cracking or becomiitg hilrd a.n: uncoimfir'altle to the feet. A tcry Good Floor Polish.--llalf a ]inllt of turpeintinie, 2 oz. of beeswtax ond & os. of soft soap. Sired tlh beicwax into the turpentinit aldi staid overnight. Then pour in half-pint of boililii water and stir till inearly cold. Thiis will keep well if kept in a closed tii. Tio Kiep Mirrors Clean.--Wash the mirlor ...
Items of Interest [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
Items of Interest S?amucl Roberts, villago lpostman of ,llanystumilwy, has retired after 39 years' servico. He has travelled 130,650 miles on foot through every kind of weathlerl, and is still hale ahd hearty.. A.polce dog speedily vanquished an armned apache in Paris. The ruffian, drawing a revolver, fired at a con stable who was about to arrest him. 'The bullet flew wide, and the apache wa.d goingg to fire again, then the policeman's dog soed him by tihe ear. eoreaning with pais the apachlo drop pel the revolver, a was at once captured. The Hamburg police autlhorities have lade a regulation ordering tramway car coinductors, under penalty of losing their licenses, niot to allow women with iunprotected hatpins to remain in then cars. The police are also ordered to. tate the name and address of women with ,nprotected li:tipins, who au liable to a fine of fromi £1 to £2. On the arrival at Plymouthl recently of the 1lambiurg-Amuerika liner Imlper: tor from New York itewas reported that...
LEFT-HANDED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
LEFT-HANDED CHILDREN. Lcocturing before the Child Stody Sooioty in London, Mr P'. B11. ]lal Inld, Iondon0 Count. Couuncil Ionspc tior of Schools, said that left-hlandled bowlers sent down thle ugliest balls, left-ho:ded boxersc del the miost un expected blows-blows thlt hurt ter ribly. 'IT o b left-houded, it seemecd, was to be not merely owkvard, but •also wicked. But aly : ttelnlmpt to in terfere uwith a child's naturol Illbrt was lioble to make 1him stllllner. (Out of one group of 515 left-h]nded chilhdren 1 pe1r cent. of .Irte left-hand erts staIIImIlered, olg-inst ,1.3 per cent. of :19!) beIilg taughlt to u1se tilhe righlt 1:ha11. In alll ntlhr groulp of 207 tilhe ligures weore 4.2 per cot,. and 21.8 per cent. respcctlvely. Six oult of levery ten l'ft-llhandcd ohildreln whll had been talght to use the right ha , w(rI pIralctically curedl of stallnmmerillng after being alllowed to use t?he left hm exclusively for eighteen monthls. 'J'lTherc were twice as mony left-handed boys as...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914
WOMEN'S INTERT ' (By '"mbrosius. ) 0RcoU, rfalliall PO1..thin? of tb( kimono .till. Ilnde d. t": "o eletment is still \'ery -ro e J grilnoct. Sashes rhas. on , Lstay, and one 00,1 th8th not onl t dressmakers' dresses, but - nly . madeos" at the b 0cks of Plo?tailbr large obi wanr at the sac ' :, J1 : .p)an5 C lladoa, and i, i5 , 5 l "acino'ting geinsas. ji 'k | S dresaoes the Japanese itccl .~ trtoo It has a turnover baud, fi· t : to a little way fIrom the uecl s . tat. ally made of sols, oolour ?. llds us5. with the costume. Inside t.. h generally see a thrapcd nuot ,ics yl u throat and upper lportionsf o i chtst are worit so naturol. ,h got used to this, and bar, ar that it is very becotns Wre goes I daresay we shall jtt in with covering uIp or necks, a coats are more and more fasiuablj and I think while you have warm tier you would find a soft ailk nlet wainstoat chlarming Older ong thle thin sumnner coats instead o f blouse. For one thintg it is ooi, and for attotbor the 'louse ...