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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 — 8 May 1914
A PAINm ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee;" 1. Cultivate and perfect1 your ideas as to improvements and inventions. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which; however sinO pie it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better, Let it be more convenient, or pronmote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who gets public opinion of such an invention is on the road to wealth. He' will cease to be a servant; he becomes a proprietor. People who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of better things, and the natural capital ists of to-morrow. 2. Study'the subject of patenting. Read the splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in. the chief eountries--thon secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becoining a patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him on the track abodut patents by tel...
REASONS FOR DRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
R- REASONS. FOR DRAINIhNG. The chief object ill draining wet land a nlot to remove the extra water. A eet soil is, of cou'sq a colder soil, but in Victoria this would seldom be a sulnctict reason for draining. 'ile muaIn object ic draining land is to ad niut iresis air, and this can itlly bo ac tomphshed by getting the water out. I'aillv roots nlUst breatle, and nitrifios lints Iii aUlls lee.w fresh ilir, and in s;cr-logged soils these results ran tily Ui3 attained by first removing the wva ter. in an article contributed to the 'Deut. Landw Presse i'i" (I'012), the "erosts Of several years' observations on t,lr eiiect of drainage are recorded,- It is otlicluded that tne most iniportant factur' concerned in the increased pro diUtitirity of a soil from tile draining is hoe improvement in aeration. In arder to increase the aerating effect, the tiles were sometimes connected with the upper air by placing vertical flues, bit the results of this ueparture from ordinary practice are as yet...
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
PERFUtES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. A hlome authority states that nor uales are no longer considered con decned as efieminate. Bath crystals are am.ong the more popular forms. of prfume, as they are refreshing and also soften the water. Public taste now shows a strong ten dleiley towards the mysterious scent, so that the old simple scents like violet, Cose, and lily of the valley are giving way to perfumes composed of perhaps 0s many as fifty different ingredients -perfuo,,es, for instance, like Ssesi-ol Nessin. There is as much liarsiony aud discord iu perfumery as in music, 1Iarnuony in the toilet can oaly be achic.-elj by the us0 of the same per fuore throughout, while, nte ma log of coemposite perfumes, the smallest grain too much .or too little of any ingredient will cause as much discord as when a pianist plays a wrongiete. lKitty: "And shen ie're. ee;".: ed, will ol inhsist onn my reading- our:no Author: "We'll make: a b rgeun,. slarne. If you'll read what iL v rte, I'll eat what y...
TRADE WITH JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
TRADE WITH JAVA. Mr. J. B. Suttor (New South Wales Trade Commissiouier in the East), has submitted a communication to the Ag rioultural Department of New South Wales, in which he reports that the Itoyi~ Packet Company ilas decided to open cold storage works at Tandjong Priok, Batavia. It is expected thiit these will be ready this month, and following hard upon this introduction the same company intends to provide its new steamers with -ample cold storage accommodation, so that ar ranegments can be hiade for constant carriage of produce, in such, from Aus tralia. If this provision in steamers traiing between "the Comusonwealhh and-Java become an accomptislied fact, it is inevitable that the alreadly fast increasing trad? between tihes. ,ouhtries will receive a tremeiidoul. impetus. Business people in 'Auista hIa, and perhaiips, particularly in Syd Idey and Brisbane, are realising niore fully then ever before thie vast possi bilities of the commerco with thle hutchi Iiidies, said this...
ONCE MORE DUAL-PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
ONCE MORE. DUAL-PURPOSE. The dual-purpose ghost will not down snol yet for all its bobbing up here ana there and gibbering, it is nothing ior,, thai ii ghost. it is a half-way propo sition where none but half-way dairy farmers will care to stop and lose time and money. A rece? nunmsber of the "Texas Stockman and IFarmer' con tains a eontribhtion from Mir. B. 0. Cosan, in which the author rontro serts some of the statements and roas oeing nolde by "'Ioard's Dairosatn" in one of its recent utterances iuponi this ,abject. leost of Mir. Cowan's :irtlcle is a re-hash of ancient history, but he o?easionally makes a concrete state 'lest. Like all other advocates of tois delusion, he completely igmiores the two basic objections to the theory:-(l) That it is a subrersion of true breed itlog riiiciples to attenipt to unite pro tablsy .two such opposing tempera sients as the milk temperamlnent and ?ao beef temperament; (2)-that the produc tion of such, cattle iA uneconomic, so far at least as ...
THE SECRET OF YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
THE SECRET Of YOUTH. "Fall in love, and keep constantly falling in love if you would remain young," was the advice tendered by br.. Josiah Oldfield. die eminent phy sicain, ill tile course of a lecture o?rl tihe secret of perpetual youth, which he recently delivered at the Caxtou Hall, London. "1 know nothing more imlpqrtant than this to prevent men and women from growilng old," he con tinned. "If you are marrrrried, why the thing is simple enough. All you have got to do is to fall in love all over again, with your husband sr with your wife. If yrnu do this yoe will never find time ho adopt the nagging habit. nd.notlhirrr ages like ruatrinorisal nag gingY" Dr. Oldfield then addressed the unmrearried portion- of the audi ence. "'\s for yoe bachelors and spin sters, don't waste your 'time, ard, above all, let none of yoenbe sdnie -enough to tell me that you are in pablo 'of failing in love, or that yoe have no irchieaLuo to do so. A per eon wlho'nas never been is love ant never rurs,?...
MARRIAGE CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
MARR1IAGE CONDITIONS. Sydnoy ."Town and Country Jour nal," replying to "'lnquirer," writes: Inipedimeuts to marriage are either canouieal or civil. The evil impedi ment, such as prior marriage, idiocy, luissey, or mental incapacity, and the viol-tioii of the essential statutory pro vision, renders the marriage absolute ly void. The canonical ompediuient, such as relationship within the pno hibited degress, fraud, force,or- duress, renders it voidable only, that is the parties, having the option to treat the union as bindlss or not binding. Such a. marriage is, unless set aside on the petition of one of the parties during their lifetime my a court of competellt jurisdiction, valid for all civil pur poses, but when set aside is void from the beginning. The table of prohibit ed degress as contained in the Act of Hehry 'V'IUI., pro vides that a mao, may iot marry his grandmocther grandfather's wile, wife's grandmother, 'father's sister, mother's sister, father's brother's wife, wife's f...
JUST ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
JST I)NE. "Do voue dye whiskers?" "Yes,;! answered -the barber. •"Do they fool anybody'"" :i "Seem to fool the man that wears 'em. - All have not gold to give,_ But all may yet be kind;, Where'er you are, where'er you live, (zive love to all mankind. A good husband and a good man are not necesdaaily the same thing.- Myrtle .Reed. - . Ideals ha?ve- wrecked morb marriages than any amount of ordeals. - Mrs. Fred * leynolds." Genius. is the- power of expressing what everybody has. thought in terms they have never thought of..-Oliver Oniona. " -"Blink to ma only with tlhi eyes, - A.hd-I will 2wink with mine;. Or- leave a noto within thepb?, "t, SAnd I'll come. out to dine. The note that from a Duke doth ·come D: Doth need a drFs divine; - But might.I on.a necktie slip,. '*:I would not change for thine'. -'"The • Moiford Book.. of'- English .ers~,"?.by A, Stotdr.Walker,.
Avenel. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Avenel. At the adjourned meeting of the Water Trust on Monday week, Corn. Plummer was elected chsir man for the ensuing year. The usual monthly meeting of the Avenel Water Trust which meets on the first Wednesday of every month, lapsed on Wednesday evening for the want of a quorum, only Corns. Plumber (chairman) and Minogue putting in an appear. ance. The obsolete lighting of the Ar tnel Railway station causes a good deal of comment from travellers and others by train. The kerosene lamps in use are Inadequate to give suffictent light. The RallwayCom missioners are agal? being urged to have a better method instslled. Bepresentations are being made to the Postmaster General to have Avenel connected with Monea by telephone. Football is the topic here now, and the red and whites promise to give a good account of themselves at the end of the season. Some new blood is being introduced Into the club this season.- A friendly match with Seymour will be played on the latter's ground on Saturd...
General Notes DRILLING VERSUS BROADCASTING OF MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Uieneral Notes (From the "Journal of the Department of Agriculture" for Victoria.), DRILLING VERSUS BROADCASG ING OF MANURES. Phosphatic manures have a special effort in encouraging the growth of a crop in its early stages said thusecs tablishing a good plant. In' order to exercise this effect 'thle manure must be somewhliere in the vicinity of thi seed, as the young-plant has'no wide: spreading roots. Drilling the macsure with tile seed gives, the desired condi tions with the smallest expenditure of alanure. Experiments were condudted in Hungary to find whether drilling or Iroeadcastiag superphosphate gave thle Iotter return on cereal crops, and the results are described in "Desst. Lands Piresse," 38 (1911). BarlSy, oats, wheat, and rye were the crops gro-wn, sind it was fouiid that 1021b. of .super phosphlato applied with the drill? gave I,etter results than 3071b. applied broadcast on the average of all tests. DRAINING WITH-DYNAMITE. A good deal has been heard reccistlo ,,f tile ...
Tallarook [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
- Tallarook Amidast .ery pleasant SllCrre ings, a genisi sunshine, ati color showing over tile litl*ls I:?9p ratory to being decked out is alr Ienlt of areen, an lltatlltlt, R~ir oed with tile ptrfame of i 't'et Iutlds, aid, above all. a oomo rcjli c'ieerful anl happy lssomlealage, opening of tie golf sease Cole about on Saturday afternoon ltst in r..sponse to the kindl in'itattion of Mr James M'Oormack, lpresidentof of t'he club, and Miss Il'Gono ,k, who very nicely enltertained rhose p'esent with afternoon tea. -lalv members of the club fee some dat prior to the opening day gave er?nt attention to the green and the deveal firwas, wich ndeethe, several fairw-ays, whlich indeed the players did not fail to illti',e€ However, everything was (lose to make the afternoon pelasensut ai bright to playelrs and visitors l and i is almost needlees to sOTy was folly accomplished. The club housr which was nearly comtplted, proeqj a great convenience, alltl whlle it i finished it will become an ...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS: A cure for ants of all kinds, cock r?ochos, aod ally other peosts that in cado the panty, is green walnutl. place in the closets, cupboards, or any claeo whero they are likely to be. Thu oure is effectual and the remedy clean. Whea you cleas the ebony brushes ,,r ycor toilet table, rub a little vase line ove~r the backs before youl wash the bristles, as this prevents the soda or a5aloesia in the water frost injturins' th ehbony. The vaseline should after. cetrds be remleoved by polishing the backs with a1 dry cloth. To cleatn ,such-soiled hands do not go to work roughly with brush and sodla ,sater, but loosen the. dirt by rubbieg the hands well with sweet oili or. eve's lard or tripping. The,, wipe dlf the grease as ntieh as possible with a piece ,f soft paper or old rag, and wash the hands with warm water and soap. To make toast on a' gas-ring, get a small round of wire gauze and plalae over the ring. It will get red hot, cnd brcad can be losssted with a fork over ...
THIS YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
TIlS YER. Mlaid: Caroline.s new hnt is l hean :y: I wonder what inillinci dlesignied Beatrix: Milliner, indeed I Shcc had "t done by a lnidsrape gardener. " -Theodore O. W:ll;ams. A boy. dririent homo sene dileks "-as nskid how inane he had He re alied: "Whlen in li'n .tliere are toe licks allad of a d11k, two'demcho he ,mnd a duck, asd one dilnel i,, the mid lie." How maim dilcks hlid Ie" " The honesty ofna gool ninivT eaopl I onl stupidit, as.?ertillg itself. " Sr Women are the same all over the world. The most virtnous woman .1 ever knew told me that bhe . would like me better if I had wicked?eyes. A vague reputation for wiokdneas has its * avantags.--"The (Goidola," by Rothay Re~uaold,,
Inter-Lodge Rifle Shooting. DRUIDS (147) beat RAILWAYS (140) [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Inter-Lodgle Rifle Shooting. JRUIDS (147) beat RAIIWA'S (140) D)RUIDS R5.5"S. P. Johnston ... 25 R. Barnes 24 A. Bolton ... 25 C. oung ... 24 G. Lambdcn ... 25 M. Robinson 23 O. Lawrie ... 24 J. Barklalub... "3 B. Boddy ... 24 G. Campigli... 23 J. Morrish ... 24 V. Price ..23 A shooting competition is at pre sent being carried out by the Sey mour Fire Brigade amongst its members. The condi'ions are four rounds of five shots at 33 feet. Tule results to date are:- 2hep 1st 2nd 3rd 4th T'?l N. Geoghegan scr 24 25 21 70 A. Geoghegan scr 20 24 A. Newell ... scr 24 24 25 13 H. Gates ... 3 21 22 23 69 li. Hall ... scr 22 25 22 69 I. Harper ... scr 23 25,_25 73 S M'Naughton 4 21 24 23 72 J.Carter ... 4 21 21 21 67 G. Gowers ... 3 6 15 27 H. Tasker ... scr 22 24 25 1 J.York ... 4 22 23 3 'i B. Lubeck ... 2 22 22 21 67 P. Prince ... scr 23 25 25 A. Boyd ... 4 21 19 '. Young ... cr 24 23 24 72 S. Rolf .. 2 22 2 19 67 H Cowley ... '2 21 1I 24 65 The third and fourth rounds are inco1O· plete.
UNMASKING MALINGERERS. HOW THEY ARE TRAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 8 May 1914
UNmASKINGIMAL|NGERERS, '.JOW TH[EY. ARE TRAPPED. A series of interesting papers, arisiog out of thu National Insurance Act, ano the Workaten's Compensation Act wore read before the Forensic Medicine Seo tion of the Intersational Medical Con gress (says the "Dally Telegraph"). onome amusing cases of malingering, and tile tactics adopted by medical men to get at the truth were given. Sir John Collie. discussing the ques tioni of nailingering, said that the ques. tion of feigning or exaggerating illness had of late attracted considerable at tention in England. but it was a mis take to suppose that the' condition was of recent origin. Those who had to advise insurance camphnies knew that exaggerated and fraudulent claims were at any rate as old as the ancient laws The reason jor tile prominence tue mat-: ter had now attained was that many of the inproved societies under the Na tional hlsurance Aot had taken fright, anid beoonieobsessed with the idea that excessive sickniess fromn this c...