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Arbor Day at Borung. A PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Arbor Day at Borung. A PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL. Arbor day is one of the principal events of the year as far ns Borung is concerned. Last Friday a large number of visitors, and parents of the children, were welcomed by the popular head teacher, Mr A Sublet. Ad it«m that always finds favor a good dinner,'provided by the|ladtes was the first on the day's programme. Then followed tree planting, races, physical culture exercises, and games, interspersed by a programme of music by the Borung Brass Band. At four o'clock a halt was made in the games and tho Rev R Harris (chairman of the school committee) delivered an address on Present Day Education and Arbor Day. Mr P Manlien, president of the Korong Vale branch of the ANA, then presented to the school on behalf of the Board of Directors of the association the fine picture, Shear ing the Rams, by Tom Roberts. Mr W Vernon, secretary, supported his president's remarks. The picture represented the first prize for the district for the best kept sch...
He Was Called. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
He Was Called. » A commercial traveller who had business In a small town recently wns detained longer thrn ho expect ed, and, missing the last, train for tho south, w'hs forced to put up at a local hotel tor the night. On inquiry, ho elicited tho Information that tho first train for his destina tion startod at eovon o'clock the next morning. Being very anxious to catch it, ha summoned tho "boots" of the hotel, and gave him particular injunctions to ho sura and call him at six, 00 that ho might have plenty of timo. Tho "boots," a solemn, long-faccd individual, faithfully promised to obey his request, and as tho clock striick six the following morning, truo to , his word, opened tho bedroom door. Tho occupant of the bod was BtiU asleep. "Boots" caught hold of him by tho collar of his pyjama suit, and, giving him a vigorous shnke, exclaimed, in his naturally somewhat deep and sepulchral voico: "Sir, your hour hus come !" The feelings of the poor commercial at this ruthless awakening fr...
Discounting Racecourse Winnings. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Discounting Racecourse Winnings. A curious kind of discount business is carried on in connection with the French "I'tiri-Mutuel" system of bet ting on the racecourse. It should be explained that those who wish to bet on a French racecourse have to take a ticket for five, ten, or fifty francs nt one of the offices of the "Pari-Mutuel." Each ticket is numbered, and the number corres ponds with tho number of the horse; so that, in asking for a ticket, one simply asks for No. So-and-So. The names and numbers of tho horses, as well as thoso of tho Joc keys, are shown on a large board before lhs start. After the start no more betting is allow'ed. When the race is finished the money is counted,- and all the money placed on the losing horses is divided among the winners in their proper propor tion, the administration taking a percentage for expenses and tax. It will bo easily seen, therefore, that when your horse has won, you are alyays in a delightful state of uncertainty as to how much yo...
Farewell Presentation. FORMER WEDDERBURN RESIDENT HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Farewell Presentation. FORMER WKDDBRBDRN RESI DENT I-IOin'OKKD. The rtuvuy fjiomls throughout this district of Senioivconstablo Montague, [i member rf a weil known family and ai:ativo of the town, will icnd with plriifurn I he opinions of various public bodies nnrt public int n in 15iill.'rai, cxprPSBcd on tho ouciiH'on of thn ptc' sentation of a testimonial to him, prior to Ilia removnl to Melbourne. Tho gathering was hold in tlm Ballarat Town FI.ll! on 3rd June, the Mayor (Or Pittard) picsiriing. The chairman, in opening tho pro ceedings, said nothing but good could bn Buid of their guest, lie had had dillicult and disagreeable &lt;1 ntit-.s 10 perforin, hut he luid discharged ilicin in ,a manner which won him tho es'eem of ihe whole body of citizens, He (tho Mayor) held Mie police forco in the highest regard, hut he could not but have something of a feeling of contempt for the system thab nllowed a man of Mr Montague's ability and similar men to seive 2G years befoie they...
JERUSALEM. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
JERUSALEM. 1 Very shortly the sacred streets of tho Holy City will hum with tho nolso of electric cars, and its raoro Important thoroughfares will bo illuminated at night with tho brilliant electric filnmont. Its old picturesque walls and masslvo towers are to bo pulled down, and tho city is to have an adequate] water supply. Tho rapidity with which Jerusa lem is extending, through tho return of the Jews in such largo numbers to tho city of their forefathers, has (says an "Express" correspondent) rendered these improvements neces sary. i Indeed, to tho north and west of tho old city thcro liavo sprung up, within tho last decade, largo Jewish colonics, populous residential sections, as well as convents, hos pices, institutions, schools,, and other buildings, with the result that to-day thoro is a greater Jerusalem without tho walls than within. Four separato tramway routes aro to bo laid down. They will all start from tho Jaffa Gate, tho prin cipal entranco from tho city, and run out...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
COMMERCIAL. The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Limited roport under date of June 4th :-Sheepskins Generally the market for sheepskinB was firm at lust week's rates, with the exception of rough croBsbrcds, which showed a decline of ^d per U>. Hides -A full Bupply was submit led at this week's auction sales to a gojd attend ance of buyeiS. Competitiou WBB keen throughout, and all wi-ighU sold firm at late rates. Tallow-The market this week showed little alteration, bright and well rendered lines being ditlicult of sale at full rates ; the price for dark colors, however, showed a slight improvement. Mrs CoS is an old-age pensioner, Ail aged dame who has seen brighter days ; She grants me permission to mention her, Which made tlio nights Inrd to on dure ; But she bids mo to say she charmed it away With oods' Great Peppermint Cure.
Of interest to Mac. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Of interest to Mac. There was no doubt about the fact that Jack JIacFaddy. was a Scotsman. Last year, when journeying to the country on an important errand, ho loft . his purse, containing nearly £100 in gold and' silver,- at tho railway station from which ho storied. ' Ho telegraphed the fact "oil his arr rival, and the purse was kept till his return a month later. It was a young clerk-who handed Jockie MacF. his wee purse with the "spondies" as ho net foot out of tho train,' and certain wild hopes were making that young iron's heart beat a trifle unevenly. But our ennny Scot counted his money unheeding,- and whon he'd finished lie looked up long and sus piciously at the young' limn.' '.'Isn't it right, sir ?" stmmnerod tho.latter, in bowildeniipnt; . v ' ."Richt-richt; It's richt enough; but whore's ..tho interest, mon was JfacFadciy's stern retort. ;/ A mixture that, will remove, tho greaso 1 from tho finest fabrics is made of 0110 quart of ruin-w'Mcr, two ounces of ammonia, one ...
FOOTBALL. WEDDERBURN (4.6) BEAT. INGLEWOOD (3 2). [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
FOOTBALL. . WEDDEUBUUN (46) BEAT. . 1 INUIEWOOD (3 2). The usually attractive football that is to bo Bonn when tlio above two fc'diin meet wiis not producod on Saturday ut Inglewnod. Tim game whs disappoint:,g iis a spectacle, being too crowded, with too many playni'H on the , ball, and ;l lot of boiuulnry pluy. Tho umpire (Varcoe) wax, to uso n luir racker's term, " sudden," especially in tin; opening stages of tlio "nine, when tlio whistle una sounding every half minute, principally for technical breaches r f tlio rules. Inglewood linvo quite ft number of new iip'II in this year's team. thren at least of whom are n gain to the side. Ihey have los'. several of last year's men, arul played a number of juniors, who sh-.pwl iiidiflrtreiitljr. .The Wed derburn team was tlio- same as last Saturday, with the addition of A Holmes and ,1 King, in the places of II Holmes and S Pratt. Tim opening was very cheering to tho Wedderburn ' side, as half a minute after the bounce, without an Inglew...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Commomvealtb of'HustraKa . HEAD OFFIOE 3YDNEY I MBuklttpenforalloluiii of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS* EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AT* at 8yf*Tt Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Britbane, lUakhampton, Towni*IIIe, And Lonifoa, Oablt malttMCea made to, and drafts drawn on fortlrn places 4*»ot. Foreign btlli negotiated and «II»Ote&lt;l. -Letters of credit i&lt;med to any part of Che world. tlllli negotiated or forwarded for .ollectlo* Banking atui Kxchanee Business of ever/ description transacted within the Common* VMlth, I'ntted Kinrdom and abroad. Current Moouote ops-d Interest paid oo (U«d dtptaiU. Airano* made against approval gccurities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorlan Contral OfHcoi 317 OOLUN8 8TRCET, MELBOURNE. tikMcfetf m the above citle* and 2,000 Atrencl«« at Post Offlcts throughout the Ooxsm«QWM)fe. D«poalt« from l/- to AJ300. Intorcat at 9X P««* Annum* Dap«*lts or Withdrawal* may bp made at any Branch w Agency within the Commonwealth JAME...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
?WEDDEERURN COACH FACTOR HIGJ7J5TRFKT, WEDDERBURN A. WTLSON, Coach Builder. Genera! Black Smith, Wheelwright AND UNDERTAKER Knnor»U iwfnrmcd fn Town or Country on Shortcut Notico. vuiunn on hf»nd for any Kmergontsy, alio Firs(-cfns HonrftCR and l'lamon. The trade Btipplicd with Coffin Fitting*' 'of aJJ qcaJitr, ** Farm -Draya, SprJn/* Carts r-M'i'nr'H, and Rwrrrinn of ovory doscris mV»»lp.'o&lt;i tho prnminog and alway . md».re citrtfully attended to with 1 rowptiiPF? and despatch. VrpFHyn'iT- Pr/iUKirrr. P. J. NO0NAN7~ Commerdf>! Motel, HIGH STREET, W E D D 15 K B U K N . I-faving taken over New and Oom nodious Premisos lately occupied by Mr Bookbam, bogs to announce that tho Hotol contains all tho latest improvements in workmanship, and ranks as 0110 of tho host appointr-1 ;onntry houses in Victoria. The Building has benn handsomely i.-nishfd throughout, nl! tho rcoms Juins large "and woll vonlilntnd, thus vfiording CNSURPASSED ACCOMMODA TJO.N TOii BOARDERS. Xhp Commerc...
Korong Election. ISSUE OF WRIT. POLLING DAY, 26th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Korong Bleotion. ISSUE OF WRIT. POLLING DAY, 26th JUNE. The Speaker lifts insuecl a writ for the return of a mi'mber for the Korong i sent in tlifl Legislative Assembly, left vacant by the deu'h of .Mr Langdon. Nominations must lie made by noon on VVedm'sil.iy next, 17ili Juno, unci polling will take placo on 2Gih June. Though the names of four probable candidates- Messrs A Gray, W Wil . liann, R II S Abbot, and 11 W Dunk ley-have been mentioned, Mr A Gray is the only ono' -vho has definitely announced himself. He continues to receive assurances of support from nil pnrts of tho oleotornte. He will de liver his first adJress this afternoon, when ho will speak at Fenton's Cheek at 3 o'clock, and at Logan at 8 On Saturday Burke's Flat. Itheola, and Kingowor will be visited, nl 11 a in, 4 p in and 8 p m respectively. Mr Gray wi;l speak at Oharltou on Monday night, Inglewood on TuoBday, and Wedderburn on Wednesday. A list) of his appointments throughout the electorate up to the eve of po...
The Express, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
C(je (fejjress, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. News and Notes. At yesterday's meeting of the Korong Shire Council, the president (Or O'Brien) moved that the following motion be placed on the business Bheet of the Municipal Conference : "That the Government be urged to supply tho valuations made by the State valuer to all municipalities at a nominal cost." The mover said that the council recently applied to the State Land Tax department for its valuation of the shire, and was in formed that the same would be avail able at the end of the year on pay ment by the shire of £215. Seeing that the shire is a public body, said Cr O'Brien, requiring the valuation for taxation purposes, and that the muni cipalities are called upon to supply the Government with a good deal of information for nothing, it seemed only fair that the valuation should be supplied free, plus the clerical costs. There were 208 municipalities in Victoria, and taking the above as an average, the charge lev...
FOWLS NEED ANIMAL FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
FOWLS NEED ANIMAL FOOD. There is put into the make-up of every fowl a chronic longing for ani mal food; they have to have it; their body demands it to keep lis flesh firm, its feathers bright, its comb richly red, and its egg-making mechanism in good producing order. The whole reproduc tive economy order-most vital ques tion of "fertile eggs" and decent per cent, hatches-hinges right on this supply, and preach, entreat, explain as we may. we cannot get a large number of poultry-men to believe it, or think about it- H is possible to explain to some that eggs, which the never-tiring hen is being forever urged to increase in number, must he provided for in the food. Can it not be made as plain that fertile eggs can only result from the proper nutriment being furnished to the cock? He most certainly can not make bricks without straw, nor fertilise a good per cent, of eggs mere ly by meditation and prayer. There is a deeper tone, more of "here is the real thing" sound, to Papa Rooster's ...
Leaning Tower of Pisa. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Leaning- Tower of Pisa. Here is a- sketch of the famous leaning tower of Pisa, in Italy, which leans a little more than six feet in eighty. The works of this tower were begun in 1174, and the structure was completed towards the middle of the fourteenth century. Its height is 167ft. from a base of 146ft. in circumference. The peculiarity of tho inclination is not duo to accident but to tho plan on which the architect constructed the tower. A staircase of 294 steps leads to the top,» from whiclj point there is a, splendid view. On tho third tier of the .tower a feeling of vertigo attacks ; those - ascending, anil it is this Which accounts' for many suicides committed here.
HINTS ON MIXING FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
HINTS ON MIXING FERTILISERS. Sulphate of ammonia should not bb mixed with basic slag or any manure containing tree lime. Sulphate of ammonia can he mixed with superphosphate, guano, hone meal, dissolved bones, fcainit, sulphate of potash or muriate of potash. Nitrate of soda should not he mix ed with superphosphate, dissolved boneB, dissolved guano, or any other dissolved manure. If it is desired to mix it with any of these fertilisers, the mixing operation must be perform ed just before application. Superphosphate or dissolved bones should not be mixed with basic slag, or bone flour, as if so, the soluble phos phate in the manure would become partly Insoluble. Kainit and muriate of potash do not mix well with superphosphate or any other dissolved manure. Sulphate of potash should always bo used for such mixtures. Before mixing, the different materi als should be well broken up and rid dled.
FOOLHARDY GUIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
FOOLHARDY GUIDES. The guides who conduct tourists to Vesuvius often go to ridicu lous risks to amuse their patrons. A favourite expedient is to take an egg and put it into a small fis sure in tho mountain side to bo boiled by tho heat. Tha tourist Is not allowed to leavo tho path and go to tho fissure, so docs not re alise that tho guide, in order to roach a point whore the trick is practicable, has to walk across a layer of lava which is so tbln that it .may break at any moment. Should it do so, the man's logs will go through into actually mol ten lava, with fatal results. Tho Italians seem to think nothing of tho risk, nnd gladly undergo it to earn a franc, or oven for bra vado's sake, to amuso tho tourist who is employing them. Ono of the most daring exploits on rccord is that of a steeplo climber, who, somo years ago, con ceived tho novel idea of celebrating tho Emperor's birthday by climb ing the stoepU of St. Stephen's at Vienna, and thero hoisting a flng. Somo associates expr...
Proof of Incompetence. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
Proof of Incompetence. When Plflieton was staffing for bus iness In the morning, .Mrs. P. asked him to give Potts the plumber a call, and tell him to look round at once, as there was something radically wrong with the cistern. Twelve o'clock came an.! no Pottb, so Mrs. P. was driven to enlist the ser vices of another knight oE the solder ing-iron, who soon had things in trim. When Potts called at two o'clock he was informed that the 3oh was done. "I had to send for another pii'nboi, thinking you were too busy," Mrs. P. told him. "Done!" gasped Potts. "Then you've been imposed on, ma'v. I dunno 'oo 'e was or what 'e v.-.-c but you can take my word If 'e's d'-" the job a'ready 'e worn't no plum' -v!" We should ali try to endum our own troubles with the same adnii'alile for titude that has helped us (o endur* thrns of our frlenda
THE POULTRY YARD. POULTRY CRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
THE POULTRY YARD. POULTRY CRANKS. A poultry crank or imlilisL is a mail Who 1ms a special likim; for olio kind of fowl. We owe a j'.reat. deal lo poul try cranks.- They are the men who have Improved (lie ui/iereni breeds 11 p to a |ri>int that, makes 'loultry raising protitabie. It weald be liillicult for anyone to make money out of n monuiri liock sueh an w-* were accus tomed to thirty "r forty years ^co. Cranks are i,;e men who have bred up In 'he Vo&lt;"l-e".i: hen. Cranks are the men v. a" h*>ve spent their time and money building all sorts and fashions of poultry-houses, until the different theories have been thoroughly worked out and the falla cies exploded. It may ho that cranks have leaned a little too hard in faddy directions at times; for Instance, In the color of feathers. But plumage (s Improved by n close study of feathers. When a man studies the color of fea thers ho Soon begins to find out what makes feathers. Ho learns that fea thers don't make the bird...
FARM REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 12 June 1914
FARM REPAIRS. Slovenly, indeed, is the place which not kept in good repair. A totter _ 1 >nce. a sagging gate, a hingeless ? a ; inelcss sash, a roof lacking £..!.&lt; "~!&lt; s In i e and there, a side of a buildim* sho.ving cracks every now ami tUuii. art- all evidences of shift Isssness or of absence of foresight, or of lack of proper energy. Prompt re pairs are necessary not only for econ omy and convenience, but for attrac tiveness. When one hinge has be come broken, it takes but a short time for the other to go in the same way. It takes only a little while for the tot tering fence to fall on its side, for the hole in the roof to become larger, '«r the crack in the side of the build .ig to become extended. In making ? our repairs, do not go at your task in ?i half-hearted manner, doing a tem porary job and putting off the final mending. Do not attempt to prop up the tottering fence with sticks as weak as the fence itself in a vain ef fort to make the infirm s...