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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How :some.Secured Success. "Bccome a Patentee." 1. Cultivate Land pelrfect your ideas as to hnpro\'venents and isiventisus. El'xperinment. The world is eager for solmething new, whlich, however si,- ple it -may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or:do things better. Let it be more convenient, or pronltae pleasure or sa:fety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The lperso who gets public opinion of such an iuvenotions is on tihe road to wealth. 1Io will cease to be a sorvant; he becomes a proplrietor. People who handle things is every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ist.s of to-morrow. 2. Study the subject of patentiug. Read the splendid advice that Edisoe gives. Learn the proeedure as to pa tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your ingoUious friend has produced a elever invention, put him on the track about ...

Adulteration of Milk. LOCAL VENDORS BEFORE THE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Adulteration of Milk. LOCAL VENDORS BEFORE THE COURT A case of considerable interest to the public was dealt. with by Mr Knight, P;M.,at the Seymour Polce Court on Mionday last, when two local milk vendors were called up on to answer charges of adulteratic n. The first case was that of H. J. Worland, shire secretary, who took: action on behalf of the local shire council, against G. Keane. Mr Sedgefield appeared for the prosecutiotn, and Mr Minogue for delendaut, who pleaded not guilty. In his evidence Mr Worland de posed that on the morning of 18th February, he started out to inter cept milksuppliers. He met Keane at the corner of Henry stree', and explained to him that he required a sample of millk for analysis. Keane asked for his authority and on its production he got one pint and a half of milk for which he paid 3d. He stirred the milk and placed it into three separate bottles-one for defendant, one for analysis, and the other for himself. The analyst's rsport on the sample sent...

[?]er-Lodge Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Lter-Lodge Rifle Shooting. FIRE BRIGADE (148) BEAT I.O.R. (143) S. Hope .. 25M. Hall ,. 25 W. Tasker 2; 25 H. Gates 25 G Martin . 24 J. York .: 25 J. Shattock ..: 24 R. J. Tasker 25 H. Tasker .. 2 F. Young .24 J. A1'Arthir . 22 E- Lubeck ; 24

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

TOO MUCH FUSS. A dlarkey was once Ittemlpttitlg to steal n gooase, but a dog raised an ob jcction, and Sambo retirct. Tile next night, during a tlhunder shower, he atte(lmptledit agagi, and just lo s Ile, was on the point of getting awayv with his bird tle lightning struck close by, and the noise frigltencd the hthief. Dropping the goose, heo started (awiy, nmutterinig, "Pears to nie der aInt a mighty oit of fiuss about i (ttommoit gooso."

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

FOLLOWING 'I'TIE FAS.[IONS. Mrs. Bollins: "I see in the paper "tll : uwomnr. in looking a~er - n olOther wolman to see what she had on, fel!l out, of a willdow." Mhr. Ilohins: "Well, tInat oily goe.p to show that some woiimei, in tVrying to follow falshions, cal, go gtoo for."'

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

MELBOURNE LETTER (FromIl our Special Colrespondent.) Sir Gcorge Ieid .has gone b:iclk tc Lontlo:t imloreiseld isitlh Australia's '' ex. ubhrant prosperity;" but shudldering' a to what; will-hapipen wlhenc the bad tiues comb. Oune of the things that silrlyi must be brought about when we ag:t, encoluter the doldrums of the Il;it years is the curtailument of the holidoay crae. This has absolute pos aessioln of us just now. it is astound ing. the Slextentt to which this light hearteLd abtIllndonmenII It of work prevails. II miost eases severail tldays:, and in many a full week was dlevotedI to holiday makinii i at E.aster. A iil this in btusi nesses in which a day lost means a loss that can never be mad e Iup. But the sun of prosperity shines and we are miostly dIlseiples of the old tentmaker whose philosophy was to "Fill the cup that clears T'o-dlay of past regrets and future fears. To-mlorrow i-why. to-inorrow I may be M3ies"lf with yesterday's seven tnousand yeLrs."' 'T'hu RaIilway C...

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

IT llKINC iIACKVA~i)S A lady went. to have hetr 'orum filhid up hy ani agent of the (!o-operative ll s5rn;1c Societ\. Shei got little jocular with hir., and in the course oU th: paLtt'er rea'rked: You know,. I talk backwardIls soleltilme." Sii h went oni to lilt t.hi form. ;hnd iaskedll for Ilcr age. "Oh." sheo said. stranl ing her false looks. "?mn 27."'' 3ly lder lady''," ho said, "whe' will you cease tol talk back-a'rds?" The IhiLhman in Fronvrce had been challenged to a dllel. "Sure," he cried. "we'll foight wld shillalahs.:' "That, iro't, do." said his seconl. t'.\l tlt, challhnll ed pat11 . ' oll l I\',i thell right to c'ho1s1 the ;1lrms, but chiva:lr demands that. you shouhl <I tide uton a woupon with? which French (1en "re fltriliar." "1 s g hatr so, in dadetl" Iretllredi thIe genleOlniVs Irislh nln. .11"Then wI'll oight il, out hle guilhotines." ILittle Miry sit, serioul.y thinkiun o111 .?onil hiar'd prioblem.ii whien sie re Il 1rk1d, 0 Iandpi, I don't 1,nlow ,et...

DAY IN A BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

DAY IN A BUTTER FACTORY. (Ily Lacto.) D)aylight is filtering through the win dows of the "batch" when the silence is broken by the whirring of an alarm clook. 'lie engineer whoso dclck is, bestirs himself, and 1 follow hiia across the stretch of ground that sep arates the heichiolors' quarters from the lactory. We enter the enginersom. oand while he is busy with th gas producer and engine I glance around. Everything is spick and span. Along ti lengthl of the room are ranged gas enguii, steam enigine, and two refriger atos. IThe adjoning room houses the gias -producer plant and the steam boiler. The engineer has finished at the fan, and after giving the engine a few reviolutions with the aid of conm pressed air, it is soon running stoadily writh the gas. In a little while the rtrigeratrs are spinning merrily. 'thi day's work has begun. I leave the oegileri to it, and walk into, the biitter-room. It is a spacious and lofty room, spotlessly clean and sweet smelliig. At the back, on a r...

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

OF 'RURAL INTER1E" (l5y Itusticus.") ti'lohu is eil'eV i'eaoiSll io Cel pLC CLidI thw desire of i th .ilettistsr of Agt'1Cil0 troi to illcretso tile loveL'itrie Yit]tl tL rituat ill Viictoria. L tas alreadY hbee shtown that the odoptsin of pt - Ier' mlethods ti the \a. itf ottiltatioll twoul add mLndl-Sty tohe a ulititll s i5ltl of wichat, antd, ittidenlltta Iy, to tilh wieulthl of the St-te as a whole. lTheo GovertmenOt Statist's returns show tlaLt the lmtaixioutlco yield was taiitictdill t the tOtinty of lhttrtlllltg whlptro tat aceratge of 1S-1i boslhels was harrlt.,tctl. The Mi1nister if Agrtcul lture (lMr. lutchlinsoi)t nttribute s tits to the fact tihat tie i niters ilt tihlt dis.trcit it.ta e alwtt ys Iet , to thie frontt in adopting tip-to-date methols of cul u_.tanon,~l anld inlf+llowlJtin~g the t~e.ch ings t io Agraculttral letttrtttett ist regards ttItanurtng, falloltiMg, andt thor ou ,,h enit itatiiolln as a preparation ol the land for wheatt. Gladstone County was secont...

RAILWAY (145) TIED WITH M.U. (145) [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

RAILWAY (145) Ti?DwI?Ta M.U. (145) RAILWAY. ' .U. Blarklamb .. 25 Luke .. 25 Camphigli :.;. 25 Mailes ... 25 Young .. 24 Chittick 24 Lewis .;... 24 Owens . 24 l'lowers. .,, 24 M'Intosh ... 24 Robinson ..9 23 Henderson ... 23

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

SPECIAL SALE.-A special sale of sheep and cattle will b-e held ae Spy mour on 14th I'ay; by Mssrs Pearson, Rove, Smith & Co. ,m conjungtion with Heywyood, Rose and Co, For Chronic Chest Complaiuts.l Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, le 6d. S #TAKE a BONNINCTONS :e IRISH MOSS, Completely Run .Down Owing to INDIGESTION. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills effect a Rapid Change. "'I was suffering with indigestion for a period of 18 months and found no benefit from many medicines used," writes Mr John Henry Yar wood. of Forest Lane, off Barnard Street, -Bendigo, "My health was completely run down-through want of nourishment to the system. I could take nothing in'to my stopavI without rething,' on ne occasion I went'&ithout ai brite t eat for four .ayS. In my sheer exhaustion and despair I tried Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills gnd can well remember iti an early improvement was dis cernible, and after taking a few dosqs I commenced to make rapid strides towards my old condition. My ap...

I.O.R. (141) BEAT M.U.I.O.O.F. (140) [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 1 May 1914

LO.R.(141) BEAT M.U.I.O.O.P. (140) I.O.R. - -. M.O. bhattock .. 24 Cliiltick .... '25 Kelris .:. 24 M'Intosh ... 24 Rogerson ... 24 Owens ... 24 Rooke ... 23 Mailes ... 23 11. Tasker ... 23 Painter ... 22 Carpenter ... 23 Henderson ... 22

THE GOLFING WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914

THE GOLFING WOMAI. I "'1l:irry simply hates stnyinig there. le says ho:dl ratlhr spendl a week-end n a golf pavil'ou any dlay.'' '])o,,s her huosband like iti" "'Well, of :osl'?e, it's a little diflicult o J"hlge; one can only guess! 1Larry 'ays it wotlid drive him mad!" 'Ilie two friends were discussing an thletie girl of their acqunintance, who hal lately mlarried. 'Belut, vOn know,''t eOlltiuuod one of the two, ''lllcn ore such contrary nrena enros. They go raving mlad over 'sport ing' girls; the 'real good pal' sort, and heii whlien they're IIarricd anld settled lown they start grounbling berause :hlere's s~o peaceful qoiet at home, anid hle h:ault that rocks the craidle wicihls a 11cr friend sni iled. ''Yes; bot hua ,and s:lren't so ierribly uonreasoln ble, ;olf chli instead of ialarillg the socks! " ifter :ill. lea:illy, you know?, b.-fore iiitl after in:srrialge does nialke a di1cr Scc! Week-esdIs golfing were splcndid o the 'ellg:lgel' days, before there was tiey ]lOllle of ...

WASTE NOT, WANT NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914

WASTE-NOT, WAkNT NOT. "eOh, Ethel, why donl't. you use your finger bowl?" .. .What's theouose of wasting this good jam, motlher, when I ean lick my fingers' O, what were skies without the °stars O, what were ealrth.iWithout the flOW-. ersl '. And what were life without the love of friends? --Weatherley.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914

APLiASING "" NIOHT CAP" SOLFES SCIInrAPP? -WIrlTH tARM MILtK Harrison, San Miguel ,I{ ()IL'. LTI)., 1CORK MERCHANTS, A ND SUPPLY HOUSE FOR Brewers, Aerated Water Manufacturers, Hotel Keepers, e akers, and Refreshment Rooms. Correspondence Invited on All Articles useil in the above' trades. Note Address-. 304 FLINDERS$ STREET, MELBOURNE. C. E. MILLERI AND (10., 3 -T e-- FURNITURE I REMOVERS AND STORERS. ,17 COLLINS STREET, MELI. 'Phones-927.S-9279. Large number Vans coustalntly travelling coultry; we want back loading. Write us. If railing, consign to us, Spencer Street, and advise. Stores, Brick, subdivided in small roomg at current rates. Vans returning from Warraam bool. M[ortlake, Tei',ig, Camper down, Colac, Lismore, during April. Vans returning from Albury, Wodounga, Benalla, Euroa, during April. Vans returnlng from Numnirka Ii, Echuca, Picola, Rochester, Bcn digo, early in Mfay. sack Loading Wanted. SORE THROAT. ''"An ounce of prevention,"' is is said, "is worth a pound of cur...

Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. FAUST. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914

I 'Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ,i~ " ANNABEL GRAY. FAUST. '0)silenziol O misterol Inetilabile ,LoStero I" , :,i.ji.. ,, passc! on, and Lenore had ye 010 les'.c·son to regrOt hcr clulce. Her young l.ie was iull oi color and bright ness, Somo nseenlhallnd itlvarlably seemllld to smootllOOh tu \wa y -r h 1er, and make her pitn eass, so that the d,.p, darlklr pl'robllm or existence was as yet utnsolvcd, and she still led thr impersonal life of a dreamer at a lcs - "The Colonel gambled, betted, dranl, a good deal on times, and was not queOu always the gmcious gallant gen tleman of the past; but Mlaunslcy, watchliul and ever at hand, soothec - him, chccked his moods, turned all un p'leasant, scenes, annd by innate tact. good breeding and courtesy, avertesI that soniblance of ill-husuor and ir ritation so ofte.n apparent in 5 Inliii -heavily Ii debt aiid with a slightly congested liver. Tlhe Colonel and Lcnore had just re turned from the Derbiy. Aiotlhcer Me:, had dawrned, the scconld Sprii...

WHY PILLOWS ARE HARMFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914

WHY PILLOWS ARE HARMIFUL. "You are only one out of millions," said a West End physician to me (writes a contributor to -i London paper) when I complained that mJ· nlght's sleep seldom proved completely resotrative. "Very few people knew haos o sleep properly. Almost every one makes one mistake or another with regard to bed, bedclothesi or pillows, and some of these mistakes have serl-' osn consequences. Take the old-fssh nind bolster surmounted by a. pillow, Srwhat is almost as bad, one. pillow on -p of another. Some people I know use even three pillows. When one lies on the hack suoh an arrasngement tixs up teh head, compressing the bidod and lym~phatic vessels of time neck, and preventing the return of waste matters from the brain. The brain lies all night in a bath of nerve poison, and no wonder it is heavy and dull in the morning. But worse still, this attitude promotes spinal curva ture. •-In the case--of-young growing people it may permanently deform tlme spinal column aiid pr...

PEER'S ODD WAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914

PEER'S ODD WAGER. The strange sight of a British peer walking on his hands across a San Francisco Street was witnessed Inst ,oonth. The peer was Lord Twocd mouth, and the feat was to decide a singular wager with Mr. William Du pee, a wenlthy owner of a large estate near San Diego. Californiaw, wh< inakes a specialty o. raising horses, and an es pecially fine breed of polo ponies. Lord rwesed.lout.Ih and a group of friends, including .l\ r. Duper, were discussing " polo ponies at tile former's hotel, and, liaring seen a pony he had greatly liked at Mr. Dupee's ranch, Lord Tweedminouth mnade an offer for it. The ;cticder refused to sell it, but he said, ''I will make you a wager. If you will walk on your hands ironm this hotel balco yv to the middle of the street the pony is yours." With scarcely an in staait's hesitation, ILord ''weedmouth dropped on to his hands and raised his heels over his head. and walked the listance indicated on his hands without slice touching his f...

THE GIRL WHO BLUSHES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914

THE, GIGL WHO BLUSHES. When I was seventeen (says a girl writing in a London women's weekly) it used to make me simply furious to read stories about girls who were con stantly changing colour, and looking all the more charming for it. I changed colour, too, and so .did all the girls I know, but we novcer ookeod charming weo used to look patch-faced frights. Instead of a "delicate flush creeping up into my cheeks," as the stories say, my nose and ears used to turn a bril liant, staring red. Instead of my "love ly face blanching gradually to a lily like whiteness,"' I would turn .a nasty, damp-looking grey when 1 was tired or frightened. And all the other girls did' the same. 1 expect that you are very much in the same ease, for I don't believe that girls have undergone any great' altera tion since I was seventeen. So you'll be glad to hear of the hints which help ed me to control my blushes just as you may learn to control colours. In the first place, you must never have anything tig...

A PATACONIAN MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914

A PATACONIAN MARRIACE. i,, Pat:,?,n;a the girl is rarely tor'ced to cojisent to a nmrriage which she dis likcs, however desirable it may be conl sidered Iy her Iparents, All wives are - bought isd paid for by the bride:' groom. A poor mao ci-not afIford 1, girl wsho has many brot]hers, for each one has to be given two horses on the. wedding day. This is in addition to the - price paid for herself. A well-to-do young woman. may be worh one hun dred mares, or their equivalent in silver ornaments or other property. rho Patagonian women are not re luircd to engage in any kind of work ?ev6iiid that inivolved in home-making and Ihe care of _childrCn. A man is z:onsidercd marriageable at the age of. sixteen, a girl at a year or two youn gecr. The candidate for a bride, if iucccssfol in gaining her consent, sends uis best friend to arrange negothitioans with her parents, and shouTd all go sell lie prrparec to fetch her to Ins some . He donii his best cloak, made ,f goanaco skis. worn with t...

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