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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Ieywood; Rose & Co. (H. V. ROSE, Sworn Valuer). STOCK & STATION AGENTS. SHEEP, CATTLE and LAND SALES MEN, TALLAROOK ST., SEYMOUR. Trust Monies to Lend. Valuations Made List of Stock and Properties for Private Sale on application. Agents for Cooper's Sheen Dip and Leading Insurance Com paune. 'Phone No. 6. DENTISTRY. F' EDMUND OATEN. (Recorded by Dental Board, ViY.) M AY be CONSULTED at 'his Phar macy with respect to DENTISTRY and All its Branches. Every Day, Wednesday excepted, And at AVENEL on EVERY TUESDAY. 'RESIDENT DENTIST. 0, MEREDITH HALL, SURGEON DENTIST, TRAWOOL ROAD, SEYMOUR. Qualified under the Dental Board of Victoria, N.S.W. and Tasmaunia. HAS Opened a DENTAL Establish ment, fitted up with all the Latest Appliances, at the' Residence lately occupied by Mr Hunter, and may be Consulted DAILY on all the branches of his professtoo. Crown and Bridge W ork, GoldFillings. Gold Inlays. Porcelain Inlays. Artificial Teeth a Specialty, perfect It and durability guar...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

TUHE PEOP]LE'S CASH STORE STATION STREET, SEYMOUR. H. RUSSELL,., HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE CONSIGNMENT of GLASSWARE, and is SLAUGHTERING the PRICES of EVERY LINE , for the XMAS SEASON- Here are a Few of the Prices: Covered Butter Basins, Sd each. 9in. Glass Fruit Stands, 1s 2d. Do Sugar do, with.halidles, 10d . 5in. Handled Sweets, 5d 4in. Glass Dishes 3d Celery Bowls. 10d 6i": do 5d : 81iu.;Comports, 1 5in. d ;" :'l .do ..:: `2s :3d d:;;' . -- . - 5i:;. Glass Bowl, with Cover,-ls 3d Tops, 9d.-.:::. Sinu do do is Sd 6in. Glass Preserve Dishes, 6d each SThese are all very Nice Designs. Don't miss the opportunity that will never occur again. G. VMALLETT, (LATE P. R. HAUGH). General Storekeeper, , Ironmonger, Timber Mierchant, Produce ' :Merchant._ Grocery, Crockery, Chaff, Bran,. Pollard, &c., &c. White Lead, Oils, Paints, Wall Papers, Spouting, Ridging, . Down Pipes. Best Brands, Best Quality, Cheapest Prices. A TRIAL SOLICITED. -SATISFACTION, GUARANTEED. Special. Quo...

News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

NewS of the Week. This Issus -Melbourne Letter, Turf Topics. Market News, News Snummary Woman's Interests, Agricultural News and many other interesting items will be found in this issue. TaE Benalla " Independent " says that snobbery was entirely absent at the local tennis club ball on Friday night, hence everything went off with a swing hom first to last. STRUCK TATT'S Foa 100 -Three Benalla "sports" had their hearts glad dened on Saturday while running down the list of winning numbers in Tatt's to find that they held a ticket entitling 1 them to £100. LEvaE BANKS. -A number of Undera farmers have decided to repair a portion of the levee banks on the west side of the river at their own expense. .A levy of Se per head has been made'to carry out the work. FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS. In our advertising columns to day. is an announcement relating to the special flower and vegetable seeds and plants, shrubs, fruit trees, etc., from the old established and reliable nursery of Mr Geo. Smi...

THE MEAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

THEMEAT INDUSTRY. WHAT with .the high prices ruling for stock, and the advent of Meat Trusts into the country, a consider ation of the giowth of the meat in dustry and export trade of Aus tcalia would not be amiss at this stage. The denientions to which the business with foreign countries' has reached are best illustrated by the- ever-increasing company of great ocean liners devoted almost especially to this branch of trans port trade. Some of the new liners have a cool storage capacity of from three. hundred to four hun dreds of thousands of cubic feet, and these vast holds are through the greater part of the year filled with Australian beef and mutton. The greater portion of the beef is shipped from Queensland, and the beef season in shipping lasts from May up till August, when the lamb season t:egins, Victoria and New South Wales supplying by far the greater propoi tion of this class of cargo, and also 4.f mutton, which has no distinct season. The story of the great food tombs on...

Inter-Lodge Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Inter-Lodge Rifle Shooting. A.N.A. (147) beat HIBERNIANS " (135) A.N.A. - H A.C.B.S. Douglas ;.. 25 Grattan ... 24 Henning ... 25 Costa ... 23 L. Day ... 25 Sharry ... 22 Earl .... 24 Long- ... 22 Shanahan... 24 Egan ... 22 Lane ... 24 Larkin ;.. 22

Seymour Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

Seymour Stook Market. Messrs Heywood, Rose and Co. report having held their usual fort liightly sale on Tuesday, when Ihere was a large yarding forward. in addition to a, strong muster if local graziers buyers were present from Murchison. Nagambie, Kilmore and Benalla. Competition vas spirited throughout, and every ine yarded was sold at very satis actory prices. They sold- Pigs-73 yarded and sold. Best bacon pigs to 13 10s;: porkers, 35r to 43s; suckers and slips, 5s to 18s ;i Sheep-Line of crossbred wean -rs, small and in low, condition at Lls3d Cattle-Fat bullocks, £10 to £12 17s 6d; fat cowvs and heifers, £5 to £6; 12 store bullocks, 4-yrs old, £7 4s; 29 do., 3-yrs old, £5 2s and £5 10Os; 48 do., 2-yr old, £3 17s and £4; cows. backward springers to £5 10s; heifers, £4 1s-to £5;' store cows, £2 2s 6d to £3 12s 6d. The whole of the stock and sun dries in the estate of Mrs E. Whyte: was also disposed of at satisfactory prices. Cowb made up to £5 10s. Fuiniture and sundries sold wel...

EXCLUSIVE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

EXCLUSIVE INFORMATION. Tho late Judge Silas Bryan, the father of William J. Bryan, once hal: several hams stolen fiom his smoke house. 'He missed them at once, but said nothing to anyone. A few days later a neighbour came to him. "Say, Judge," he said, "I heard yll had some hams stole, t'otheor night." "Yes.", replied the judge, very con fidentially, "but don't tell any one,. You and I are the only ones who know it." The man who is too lazy to work doesn't want his wife to Idle away any time. Lots of men who w-on't deny themselves any luxury, preach economy to their wives. When a man is always telling what the other fellow did, be on your guard. Your turn will comne next. If you have is grievance keep it. to yourself and the world wuon'i t on kri?w that you care. When a dog is afraid of his 'Master you had best be suspicious, too. 'Thfere are no after-regrets attiaclhoi to doing the square thing. The man who Ibasts of getting the best of thir bargain in a lrade will swindle you at t...

MUCH TO BE THANKFUL FOR. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

MUCH TO BE THANKFUL FOR;. A speaker, inl the course of a tirade against the universities and education. expressed his thankfulness that ho had never beeti corrupted by contact i-ith a college. "Do I understand that the gentle man is thainkflul for his ignorance ?" asked one of his audience. "Well, yes, was the answer, "you can put it that way if you like!" "Woll, all I have to say," said the interrupter, "is that you have mluch to be thankful forl"

FEEDING DAIRY COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

FEEDI1G DAIRY COW'S. The English Feild 'n-s:----'he increas. ed prominence that is g ;von to ihe ques. tion of fccding dairy ctiss is indicative of the growing lpoi tie . of da i: i a:m. ing acu~if tho closer ..:tenstio Lat is devoted to economy iii production. The experiments carried out iat the agricul tural colleges, and partioularly at the Armstrong, the Wye, and the HtUl,pe: Adams Colleges, haveli nteosified, if they did not actually originate, the wider interest that is now manifested In this subject. It is evident that the teaching ctf the college experiments has not been ig nored north of the Tweed. The Scot tish farmer is no exception in that he does not change his methods quickly or without a prospect of resulting benefit; but like his neighbors in the South, he is eager to discover a means econo nising expendituro and augu senting income.- While lie does not put aside the plans evolved from long exper:ence, under the peculiar conditions of len holding, lhe is ever on the ...

CATARRH. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

CATARRH. Catarrh is an infectious disorder caused by genus. The first sign of having taken cold is a watery discharge from tho nose. This is lnot catarrh; it is coryza. This watery discharge is a -very interesting phenomenon. It is nature .pouring. out serum for the purpose of killing the germs in the nose, -When-one takes cold, the mu cous membrane becbiies congested; these germs are warmed up, and they begin to grow and liiultiply. So nature pours out a flood of serum, having germicidal properties, to de stroy them.. This is nature's method of- disinfecting the nose, and defending ,one from catarrh. But if the pro cess goes on, if the balance of the cir 'culation is not restored, and the waste matters removed from the blood so that the body can return to its nor mual state, the serum ceases to flow, but the germs. which are in the nose grow and develop. Then there is a thick yellowish or whitish discharge, which is mucous 'mixed withl germs and blood corpuscles. These corpus cles-...

MOTOR-DRIVEN ROAD BUILDER. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

?OTOR-DRIVEN ROAD BUILDER. A self-propelled road-building ma :hine has been tested in Los Angeles with results that are said to be highly satisfactory from the standpoints of of liciency and economy. The engine wvhich does all the work is a six-cylin ler, distillate burning gas engine of €0 horso power, which operates a series of bucket chains that dig the soil to any lepth to eighteen inches, and the tooth armed buokes are so powerful that they will cut through a fiinished pavement if it he desired to rebuild old streets. lie earth is picked up by these buc kets, carried to a mixer in the body of the machine, and thoroughly com bined with any desired binder, hot asphaltum or crude oil, and is then spread evenly and rolled, all in one operation. A trailer containing the binder follows the machine, and it is necessary to have a string of them in readiness.as the device operates with great speed. The earth is dug up, mixed, rolaid and rolled at the rate of lifty square feet a minute f...

MOSES'S TELEPHONE NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

MOSES'S TELEPI'IHONE NU.\1BER. The tei?ler ::.,kd: "When did Moses live?'" After the silence hadl become painful sihe ordlerd: "Open your Old Testatucut. Wha:t does it say there?'. A boy answered. 'Mo e ., 1Ud) t,.c.". "Now," said the teacher, " why didn't you knlow when Moses lived?'" "Wcll," replied the boy, "I thought 1000 n.c. was his telephone number." ''Anything in that floating bottle?" "(teat. lind; had a girl's iname in it." "Mercy I I thought nay'bo it had a drink in it.."

THE GROWTH OF THE COW-TESTING MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

THE GROWTH OF THE COW TESTING MOVEMENT. As a mecans of reaching all classes or nilk producers, there is nothing that has dulone ore good thani the establish ing of, cow-L.estIlg associations. Tlhey are equally, useful for purebred and grade hel;ds of all combinations of breeding. To the Danes we are in debted for first putting into practice this idea. Tie tlist Dannsh: co-opera tive cow-testing association wa:s organ isedd in :59J5. J'These associations con sista of 26c membeirs, ownilg upswards of 400 cows, lcated in S district. The smaller t'he district :the bette',.;: :Th obieet of cow-testing and keeiinl records is to improvn athe lierd iand in crease the output. It l]is lci;givnc a severe-test, and. ltspaioven.ii'oocli sivcly tlhat it will do all thiat is cai-iicd for it. We in Canada have, nlfdiitouch ed the fringes. In the smallcouatry' of Sweden thereeeoi;o f(i36: :ciýt i ietiilg associations and (80 9cow's` aiiio?ni ofat. these associations .is-iaiger d :-10,6O-t ris. c.f m...

IN A SAFE PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

IN A SAFE PLUACE. . A fire brig'ado story which is going the rounds relating to a man who, c llued up in the uiddle of the night, piklcd ??p a voice lozenge to moisten his throat. " A few momentsc later he. found lio had swallowed his collar-stud, and told his wife. "Don't - worry, dear," she said sleepily. "For once in your life you know where you've put it."

FRENCH ARMORED AEROPLANES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

fFRENCH ARMORED AERG PLANES. It appfears that tle German War Department took the lkad in protecting aeroplanes by armour p.atnlg, lasd al ter this the idea was taken up in France, where several armoured flyers were to be seen at the last Paris show. However, the Icrench Army did nol .go oxtonsively into the malttr before at toution was oalled to it by two events, one being the experiments made at tlhe Toulon arsenal in firing upon aeroplanes last year, and thoesecoond the results of thle first war in the Uaikans. It was then recognised that all aeroplanes were vulnerable when flying below l000ft., and with the present system of obscrviug, a machine needs to fly as low as 2000 to 2.o0ft. in order to see the state of all'airs on the ground. It would thus be exposed to artillery and infantry fire. 'Two solutions were pre sented for protecting aeroplanes. tirst to armour plate for the men, imot(li and devices, or only to protecf the acroplane guns, and in this case keepl the flight very...

THE VERISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

THE VERISTS. Of veristic opera I state my opinion in most uncompromising terms:- who ever wishes to improve his own or his fellow-men's artistic taste, should ab sohitely shun it. Useless to draw dis tinctions, and say that Puccini is su perior to Leoncavallo; he may be a more wily craftsman, but his music has as little genuineness. The sue coes made to Mascagni's "Cavalleria Rusticana" on the plea of "tempera ment," "dramatic efficiency," and what not, has done a prodigous amount of harm, which might have been almost irretrievable but for the ceaseless en orgy with which a minority of music lovers have protcsted agaiinst that score and the countless counterfeits of lyric drama which it has begotten, from Massenot's "La Navarraise" to Wolf-Ferrari's "Gioielli della Madonna" We have so much good music to study anmd-to. enjoy, that even. the second-rate ought to be excluded, especially when our object is culture as well as enjoy ment. The best of veristic musio is 'not even tenth-rate...

IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

IMPORTANCE OF WATER TO CROPS. Experiments conducted for the past fourteen years have led to the follow ing conclusions of interest to the prao tical farmer in the matter of rotation of crops. Potatoeas require. the least water, and leave the subsoil rich in moisture. They therefore leave- the soil in a more favorable condition for subsequent crops, provi-dd that the getting in of the potatcos be not uh duly delayed and that nitrogen h, add ed to tho soil in a readily assimilable form. Peas are another orop whico abhsorb little imoisture from the soil; cats, on the other hand, take up inuch. - As far as the moisture of -the soil is con corned. it is bettor to grow wheat after rye than ryo after whoat. Olover mex hausts the moisture of -the soil in the highest degroo. Thus .i dry yoars, r. crop sowsn after clorer will find the con ditions of the soil unf.vourable?!nd rill develop slowly. According to the "'Matin" 3[. De lanney. yPrefeot of the Seine, has oom pleted a plan for enlargin...

SPIDER SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

SPIDER SENSE. Mr. S. Ponder, of Torquay, writing to "The Times" says:-I can give an instance of spider sense from my own observation. It wias in New South Wales, about 85 years ago, but the "percipient" in this case was not a lady. Te -was an. old squatter, a man of a -rather sinister reputation, dating from the days of blacks, bush rangers, and convicts; in short, about as little troubled. with nerves as any man could be: But the one thing he feared was a spider, especially the hugeo species which, the Australian -bushman insists on calling "triante olpes;" and, as in the previous instan ces, lie could detect their presence (up to a certain distance) without seeing them. One night he and three oth ers (of whom I was one), were playing cards, when lie suddenly got up, and hurriedly left the room, declaring that "there was-one of those (adjec tive) 'trinutelopes' about. In tl'e case of any other man, we should have drawn the usual conclusion, but, search being made, the creature was ...

THE CHINESE GARDENER. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

THE CHINESE GARDENER. "Australia has decreed that the Chinese market gardener is to die out. Who, then, will take his placb?" This question is asked by the Sydey "Daily Telegraph" which proceeds to discuss the respective merits of the white mall and the Chinese in this capaoity. The Australian, the "Telegraph"' thinks, will not be able to come "within coo-ee' of the Chinaman, as regards results in relation to cheapness. He lacks tht patient devotion to toil which charac 'terises the Chinaman. He will not walk all day, adid a great part of the evening, with two heavy watering pot; suspended on a pole aoruss his shoulders The Chinaman is inured to this task by long experience,, and it is in this way that he produces the best vege tables. The sprinkler, according co Chinese market gardeners, is not to be compared in its results with the watering pot, and it involves, besides, much expense for wasted water and wear and tear of hose. Then, again, the Chinaman scores in the way of dlo tai...

A CONVICT'S GRATITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 22 May 1914

A CONVICT'S GRATITUDE. George Gunning, a taciturn Eng lishmtan who has just been released fromn Thm Toumbs Prison, New York, where- he had. been detained for steal ing diamonds froin the house of a New York plhysiciin, confessed that he had robbed in America:and Europe because ,f his affeotion for two little English orphan girls. " Gouining says that he elet Dartmoor Prison 'in 1909 penni less, friendless,, and desperately lone some. Hunger drove him to a plea sure park, where siccour came to him fron two little charges of a foundling asyhim Tie children were enjoying a picnic, but seeing him in distress, they give him. buns and cake. Tn their hasto to run away from " the w-ild m?an" the two childreo fell into a pond. Gunning rescued both, and slunk away before women folk could see him. "Immediately I resolved to help those kids," said Gunning. " I en tered. a house outside London that night. WiVth the loot I dressed like a nobleman. I went to the foundling asylum and managed to ado...

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