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THE COLD BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

THE COLD BATH. If you do not feel warm after a cold bath you had better not take it, for it is doing you no good. We do" hot take cold baths for the sake of cleanliness; cold water may wash off the superfi cial dirt, "but it doeB not extract the dirt from the pores. We plunge into cold water solely for its invigorating effect, and unless we get that invig orating effect from it we had better seek the invigoration in some other way. •Cold water applied suddenly drives the blood from the skin by constrict ing the capillaries. It also adminis ters a light shock to the nerves, which has an awakening effect upon all the muscles of the 'body. The capillar ies h'eing closed, the resistance of the blood to the heart pressure is greater. The heart responds to this resistance by greater effort; it beats more rapid ly and with stronger force. The hlood surges through the body more .swift ly, and forces its way through the capillaries as soon as the cold that has closed them is withdrawn. This ...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHANGE OF FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

. CHANGE OF FOOD. When .the chickens hiave got nicely feathered—say,. about five or six ■yv'eeks old—they will need to be put upoii a different food regime, accord ing to the breed. Those that are short of leg and . very feathery will need plenty of rice, which, although it does not produce bone, does influ ence feather considerably, not. alto gether because of its own nutritive qualities,, so much as it does toy its ac tion in keeping the blood cool, and, thus allowing the other foods given to be assimilated with ease and com fort without the skin become dry and irritated, and thus acting as a deter rent upon feather, growth. If stimu lative and nourishing foods are given, the blood becomes ' over-heated, and the skin is apt to become dry-and harsh, and when this is-the case the feathers do not. break nicely.

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

Wood's Great Peppermint Cure, Fur Coughs and Colds, never fails, Is 6d

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VENTILATION IN FOWL HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

VENTILATION IN FOWL HOUSES. Open your bedroom windows wide, or sleep out on the verandah, and you wake up in the morning feeling like a fighting-cock. You have had ventila tion. Open your window an inch and your door an inch,, and morning will find you sniffling like an old nag with the heaves. A draught is a thin stream of cold air sneaking in through a warmer body of air without mixing. Ventilation is a body of air that, how ever cold, comes in a hunch, and" has volume enougfi. to regulate its own temperature. You might think of these things in regard to your hen house, for a few* is more susceptible to a draught than any living thing. A fowl's body is a regular little en: gine. Did you know that fowls don't sweat? You didn't! Why, they have no sweat glands. "A-fowl's natural temperature is-away above the fever heat o. all other living creatures, and that makes a draught of air their death warrant. '

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"TALBOT LEADER," [WITH SUPPLEMENT.] Published Every Saturday. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

[with supplement.] Published Every Saturday. saturday, may 23, 1914. ^ There is what is termed a dead end " at the Talbot railway station, which is much used by those who have large quantities of bulk stuff to send away, which saves.a lot of time and cartage in filling the trucks.^ This, we un derstand, it is proposed to remove, and the Town Clerk hearing of the proposition, at once informed the Mayor, and steps were im mediately taken to try and have things remain as at present, and on Thursday the Hon. A. R. Out trim, M.L.A., was interviewed in the matter. We might add that at this particular " dead end " large quantities of chaff, infu sorial earth, etc., have been trucked, which would have to have been carted several hundred yards to the opposite side of the station. The Town Clerk {Mr! Salmon), on behalf of the coun- j cil, has sent a strongly-worded protest against the proposed abo lition of the convergence. We certainly strongly support the the Talbot Borough in its efforts t...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEEDING FOR FEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

FEEDING FOR FEATHER. Feeding poultry for feather is very important matter, for on; the even and fairly quick growth of fea ther depends, in most instances, the quality of plumage, its color, and its marking. Feather growth makes a great strain on a young bird's strength, and it is at this period that novices have wondered at the appar ent stoppage in the growth of their pet specimens. Good diet of a rather more fatty quality is needed now, but care must foe taken that the pigmen tary quality of the food is not injur ious to the color of the bird we are rearing. Thus maize must on no ac count be given to. white fowls at this stage, and even red wheat is not with out its dangers. Good oats, with oc casional feeds of white peas and a little boiled linseed, the latter mixed with the soft food, are excellent. Tight feathered birds, such as game, might with advantage have a little pea-meal mixed with the soft food, and old dried peas are to be recom mended. Color feeding is not. satis fac...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

SECRET OF CLEOPATRA'S WONDERFUL HAIR. DISCOVERED AT LAST IN AN OLD MUSTY BOOK. PRODUCES STARTLING GROWTH OF HAIR ON MAN'S HEAD AFTER TEN YEARS OF BALDNESS. In examining some of the old musty books in one of the Italian museums of antiquities, an American traveller acci dentallj noticed in Latin the words— ■ " To grow beautiful hair." A closer in spection revealed an old hair formula, and below it was noticed that it was the formula Cleopatra used, and' to which she owed her wonderfully beautiful, long, thick, heavy hair, which had much to do with her being regarded as the most beautiful woman in the world. Curiosity led the traveller to copy the formula, and he gave it to a friend who had been bald for ten years. After some difficulty the friend got the formula made up with some slight modifications by a chemist and after using it six weeks his head be came entirely covered with a startling growth of new hair. This so impressed him that he gave the formula to several medical journal...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Both Done. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

Both Done. A married couple were frequently in disagreement on the subject? of meal's, each usually suggesting a dish for the Sunday dinner which the oth er did not approve. One Saturday She man camfc home from market' witli a basket. 'i "You needn't w.orry about to-mor row's dinner any more, Maria; I've got it." P "And so have I, George! ;You were so undecided." . . • ... ' ? "Undecided! I told you, , what I wanted." „ "Well, I mean you didn't decide.; as I did. So I bought a goose.". /:i "Why,; so have I! I told you?I'd like a goose." : ; • ^ "Well, now we:ar£ agreed for once, anyhow." i; , "Yes; and I suppose .we'll have cold goose anfi stew for -the next fort night!" .... ■ t. r~,.... They relapsed into their - usual si lence. '. : , "Do you want a few cloves in the apple sauce with your goose?" the wife asked' on Sunday morning! . . "Your, goose, you mean." . i "No, I don't! It seemed so.absurd to have two geese in the house, that I sent mine to Aunt Jane." | "What! Why, I sent...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALBOT PROSPECTING, ETC. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

TALBOT PKOSPECTING, ETC. ASSOCIATION. :o: The committee of the above met on Monday evening last, when there were present Messrs Ead (president), Salmon, Allen, Jessup (treasurer), Gale, Hender son, Hemmerde, and Chalmers (secretary). The only correspondence was a letter from the Warden's clerk, stating that the lease of Tunnel Hill was lying at the office ready for issue. The secretary said he had made inquiries with reference to Chap man's reserve, Bung Bong, which he found was called the " Dulap whang Waterhole Reserve," and was a permanent one, lie had, however, written to the Lands Department asking to be supplied with full particulars in connec tion with the reserve. The president said Mr Rogers, had asked him to apologise for his absence, owing to having an other important meetingto attend. Owing to his removal from the district, he would be compelled to resign. , Regret was expressed at the intended resignation, but pending receipt of same, the matter was held over. Mr Salmon...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

THE "TALBOT LEADER" General Printing , Office. (Established I860). Every Description of General Job Printing1 Executed in the Very Best Style at Moderate Rates and at the Shortest Notice Go to the "Talbot Leader" Office For Members Tickets Address.Cards Ball Tickets Ball Programmes, Concert Programs as. Business Cards Visiting Cards, Billheads, Memo Forms PampliletB, Circulars, Envelopes, Delivery Books Handbills Catalogues Mourning Card Receipt Books, Books of Rules, Syllabuses, . Invitatatioix Cards, Wedding^Cards, Or any .kind. of . printing you want. C. t.'J .• Auction Bills, Posters AND Dodgers Supplied on the Shortest Notioe at:.the • " Talbot Leader' Printing' Works. The more support we receive the stronger will we become, and the greater w.ijl be our influeno for doing good on behalf of residents of the Towns and Dis tricts through which the " Tall ot Leader " circulates. All Orders Faithfully rAttended to ROBERT ALLEfT Proprietor:

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REASONS FOR ADVERTIS ING. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

REASONS FOR ADVERTLS ING. :0— Many business mer- je only a certain seasons of t' , many pr > ferring the fall of ea .ing. But I ;e experience of advertise.o who have ra« 'e ,he subject a study is that persistent n l vertiBing- -is the best "and returns'., inure profit considering the outlay than adver tising by fits and starts. It keeps one al ways before the public in a senso, and the prayer of the daily or weekly repeti tion of an advertisement is inestimable A French writer says that, the first time a person sees an advertisement he hardly notices it; the second time, he romembers he has seen it before; the third time, he reads it; the fourth time, be wonders if it meets his wants; and the fifth time, he buys the article. This, at least,-is human nature. A single insertion of an adver tisement seldom produces much impres sion, but let that advertisement Vo re peated for a month or six months, and satisfactory results generally will follow People remember that they have seen it...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

IN MEMORIAM. Chambers.—In loving memory of my dear husband, and our dear father, James Chambers, who died on the 16th May, 1912. We mourn the loss of one we loved, We did our best to save; Beloved in life, regretted gone, Remembered in tne grave. You are always in our thoughts, dear dad, 'Tis sweet to speak your name ; In life we loved you very dear, In death we do the same. —Inserted by his loving wife and family, ""'Osborne Avenue, E. Malvern.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

Commonwealth JifeBanfo of Eustcalfe HEAD OFFICE SYOR3EV Tnia Bank is open for all Glasses of GENERAL BAMKIPJQ BU8IR3EGQ at EQUITABLE BUILDINQ, COLLINS STREET, ft3ELBOUE3E3EZ Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Bockhanipton, Townsvlllo, and London. Cable remittances mads to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part ot the world. Bills negotiated or forcrordcd So? collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description trancaoted within the Oazamca< wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts oponed. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances mado against approved securities. SAVINGS DANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central OfBcoi 817 OOLLINO STREET, E!3GLDQUnHB. Branches In the above cities and 2,030 Agonoloa at Post Oflces throughout the Comcioawcalth. Dopooits from f/« to iSSOO. IntarQQt at 3% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals say ba tnsds at any Branch or A^onc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

rp o a u g a jj 2! o s 0 FAT Obtained in Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appli ances, Toole, etc., of any description. Pull Information, Costs, etc., sent on application to AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collins and William 3to., MELBOURNE.

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Not a Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

Not a Banquet. A story W. Taft tells is about a number of old men who, having been schoolboys together, thought it would be an excellent plan to have -a New Year banquet together in memory of old times. The most enthusiastic "old boy" among them went to the banquet ex pecting to have a pleasant evening talking over schooldays, but he was bitterly disappointed. One man had a troublesome heart, and he would talk of -nothing else; another had gout; another had a bad liver; another was worried about his kidneys; another's indigestion mono polised his attention; and so on, each had trouble with some organ or other. When he returned home somebody asked the enthusiastic man how he had enjoyed the banquet. "Banquet!" he exclaimed bitterly. "It wasn't a banquet, it was an organ recital!"

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

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GIRLS' HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

GIRLS' HAIR. The care of a girl's hair during her childhood has much to do with its later beauty. With the ~ exception of an occasional clipping or singeing of ■the" ends where a tendency to split is noticeable, the growth of the hair should not be interfered with. The old idea that it ought to be cut short in childhood is not now entertained, except in special cases. It is unwise to trust the daily comb ing of a little girl's hair, entirely to the nurse, certainly not without fre quent overlooking. Hasty combing injures the hair by breaking it. It should be carefully brushed out, the hair being separated into strands if it shows a tendency to mat. If the comb, at . the end of the operation, has gathered a considerable amount of knots and snarls and. Iflng iiairs, the method has not Deen proper. It is possible to brush out a tangle of locks and scarcely lose a hair, but it takes care and patience. o It is also unwis& to wash the hair toobften, as it makes it dry and brit tle...

Publication Title: Talbot Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMAN'S WORLD. TO KEEP A WIFE HAPPY. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

WOMAN'S WORLD. TO keep.La wife happy. ! • Keep .all; pre-nuptial promises. ! Give her a bank account—however small—as well as yourself.| Go into town oftener than once a week. . When away from home write or telegraph daily. Take her with* you on business and pleasure trips. Be more polite to her than to any other woman. Remember that she likes flowers, sweets and books. Don't criticise her hats and dresses. . If you have only a shilling you don't \vaste it when you spend it on her. Be faithful in all things, generous, considerate and loving.

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DAIRYING. POINTS IN CHEESE-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

' ; "'"D'Al'R YiN:G.' : -POINtS. iN CHEESE-MAKING. . For. .hard-pressed cheese, where a ripe'milk is required, it is best to use "night, and morning's milk'mixed. In the case of making cheese from sweet milk, such' as some varieties of un pressed cheese, it is-of ten most satis factory to use one meal's milk only. The rennet must be very carefully added to milk that is overripe, as the acidity in the milk stimulates the ac tion o£ the rennet, making it work very quickly. Unless great care is exercised, the milk will foe over-stir red and rendered useless for cheese making. It is most important that the curd be of uniform consistence throughout; and this is obtained by judiciously ,stirring in the rennet and taking pre cauti6ns to prevent the temperature of the renneted milk falling. Keep the vat covered, and water a little warmer than the milk in the vat jacket. ... - - .. . . . Whey from cheese inakingjmay be set in tanks, and the cream skimmed off the next day, before using the wh...

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II. [Newspaper Article] — Talbot Leader — 23 May 1914

n. A trained nurse had been sent from Lisbon by the evening train, and she watched the sleeping man at this hour. Hugh saw the light in the window of his bedroom, and it seem ed to say that he still lived. When he rang at the bell, Adele herself an swered him, her fleet foot speaking of her expectancy. She had thought it was the doctor who returned, and she did not conceal her, disappoint ment when she discoverefl -the Eng lish stranger. Hugh made his apologies gracefully, and said that he had come to learn how Mr. Heresford did. His manner reassured her, and she invited him to come in, explaining that the "ne gro""-had- gone down to the village and that she was quite alone. A prettier, more helpless creature he had not seen for many a long day —she was just a little school-girl call ed suddenly to look upon the face of death, he said, and all his pity went out to her. "You have not been at Cintra long;; Madam Adele?" She shook her head. "So many days, so many weeks, T have forgotte...

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