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THE DAIRY. THE MECHANICAL MILKER. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

- THE DAIRY. THE MECHANICAL, MILKER. I la ranters hart beta working 0b the mechanical milk.r /or y«ara Jw th'^r7 0tber lnTent,on of importance I hp/nra Wei"e ">My failures before success crowned the efforts of the man who was able to picture fa mlnd i machine that would ro i»eve the dairy farmer of much of ih« so-called drudgery 0f his work. L,,L°"daj tho m!!kinS machine is a mantES v, Th"0 aro ""questionably Lu, i'hw.° " te" you otherwise, l ltb '? b of the situation is ' demonstrated by the machines that ore in practical successful operation every day in the year. The mere fact that the use of the milking machino has been discontin ued on some farms may be mislead clwr AD iiIustration will make this 100 rniry fari"er wh0 miIk8 about 100 cows producing a very high class 1hiCh tops the market in a few vcDnrnty lnEta,le<1 a machine a cn«» BE°' e expense in this nrir. WB5 Dn oI considerable im portance. After using Uic milking U"au»dnC ^ ^timC 11 - stand no t fittings in...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

HAPPINESS. The secret of happiness lies in the health of the whole mind, and in giv ing efcch faculty due occupation. Every one can find use for their powers for' pood in that sphere into which theirjo1 is cast Instead of eoing out of out place to pock happiness, our ?kil; should ho to find'ti where wn are. Then the deposition l#"» he happy lie? frrcatl.v in ourselves. ?' It is ?o111 c:i111e^ a 11 in. heritpd irift. in some it .require? cuitj" vnlion; but if it lies within ii< in thf sina'josl decree, no matter wltal condition in life, we are the «!nvi^ .,110*. Tt sees in everything >Miie r;*j oS brit/htness. " Pick fldwori |»y f};< r.-ivwidp,1- was the advic? of a: lovelt >M hidy. now pa^cd away. who h;i<* .>>v)\ to hear, win, alwavs . .seemed ':nd tiiMtloother the happier (o* yifcitff) hnf .

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOMATO CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

TOMATO CHEESE. ! Required, one ounce of butter, one tablespoonful of tomato sauce, two and a half tablespoonfuls of grated chee3e ; four drops of lemon juice, and a pinch of cayenne. Melt the but tor ; mix it with the other ingredents and send to table oil hot buttered toast cut into heat squares. 193?

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MEANS OF PREVENTING CLOUDINESS IN WHITE WINES. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

A MEANS OF PREVENTING CLOUDINESS IN WHITE WINE3. By SI. d'A. Buruoy. Iii many districts of Victoria tho por, 'cct clarification of dry whito winoil iffers a serious difficulty. Much can lx lone towards preventing this by i .'ommon-sen.vo treatment <f tho vintago, \part from specific mierobian diseases, .loudinoss is often produced by an ox . s- d!' j;l jupuno'is manor formed na unilly in (':«« must. It stands to .o.tson l hat tho j.sooiior this excess is »liminat'-d < ho - "sooner will the wino .iear and the hv>s danger will thero 1M >f its becoming cloudy again after' grape- when crushed should be pro.-sod rapidly, and tho must pumpoj 'nco fermenting vats, and racki-d oil' tlx i.'diinen t- formed before frnneutatioi Kss in. The must while being pumped, <}i"u!d In* givon ;ts great a fall as po* bio into the vats, go as to insure :ompIote aeration. At tho samu ti>u« tannin. in proportion of at least In-.'.. pi«r o'li) gallons of mu-d,. should...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEEN'S WHO COULD EARN THEIR OWN LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

QUEEN'S WHO COULD EARN THEIR OWN LIVING. Apropos of Queen Mary's essay In on china during her tour of the Potteries, a French contemporary remarks that most present-day queens could earn their living at a pinch. The Queen of the Belgians has taken a medical degree . at Leipzig, and assisted her father, Duke Charles Theodore of Bavaria, in his practice as an oculist. Carmen Sylva could, of course, make a good income as an author, and might obtain a post as secre tary, for in addition to hertftnow ledge of languages, she writes short hand and is an expert ti pist. Another versatile Sovereign is the Queen of Norway, who paints admir ably, trims hats in a style that wouM unsure her a good salary from any hiph-class milliner, and is a book binder of more than average skill. The German Empress and Qurn Wilhelmina of Holland might kee'i themselves going by painting minia tures. Those who wiBh to appear wiBe among fools, among the wise seem foolish. "Any girl," says a lady lecturer, "can ma...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FINGAL'S CAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

FINGAL'S CAVE. This famous grotto was visited for the first time in 1772 by Sir Joseph Banks. It was 227 feet long, 42 feet wide, GG^feet high, and at ebb has 25 feet of water. On its west side the pillars are 36 feet high, those on the ;nst being 19 feet. From mouth to end the cave is penetrated by a pavement of broken basalt pillars, "fitting to gether," as Miss Gordon Cumming says, "in faultless honeycomb. It is impossible to describe the cave so as to convey an adequate idea of its grandeur, its beauty, and its entire and strange newness to those who have not seen it. The play of colour is most exquisite, the basalt combining every tint of warm red, brown, and rich maroon; seaweeds and lichens touch it with green and gold; while ihe lime which has filtered through has crusted the pillars here and there a puro snow-white. From the sombre . roof of smooth rock or broken pillars hang yellow, crimson, and while sta lactites. The floor of the cave is the i'reen sea, out of which colu...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW KIND OF ANIMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

A NEW KIND OF ANIMAL. The showman looked worried and thoughtful. His menagerie was dense ly crowded, it is true ; but how was he to get them out, so as to make room for those waiting to pay for admission outside ? At length a good idea occurred to him. Painting up in large letters on a piece of cilico : "This way to the egress," he hung it up at an angle of bis show. Tbe simple country people, think ing "egress" was some stranje new animal just added to tbe collection, passed through the slit in the cur tain, and, to their amazement, found themselves outside the show. Seeing tbe crowd making its way to the corner where the "new animal" was on show, everybody followed, and the outgoing stream being so great, no one, when once caught in its eddy, could turn back. Then the showman smiled, and let in those waiting to pay for admis sion outside the main entrance.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PART 5. CHAPTER VIII. THERESE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

PART 5. CHAPTER VIII. THBRESE. "The Cottage" stood in a shady lane about half a mile from the vil lage of Old Wynthshay. It was a long, low white stone building, of a couple of storeys. At least. It had been white many years ago ; now it was of nondescript colour, but so covered with creepers and a luxuriant rose-tree that in the summer very little of the walls were to be seen. A good-sized flower garden surrounded it, and beyond it was a well-kept kitchen garden. In this house Mrs. Morris had lived from the time she took posses sion, a few weeks after Joshua had gone to reside at the Hall. She was an excellent tenant, and he had never had any reason to regret hav ing let it to her in such a hasty fashion ; he rather liked her, and considered her a most fascinating wo man, and he was surprised at her re maining in the quiet little village, where the country families Ignored her, and the only, people who visited at the cottage were the vicar, his wife, and tho doctor. Later, after th...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

0Ob WUHTS HSASASSWR MESHES'cF:ATE. -:- : 0 B, - THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. By Hefiloy Ricbarfle, Aathsr «( "Thf Mln« Master's H«lr," "Tlm«, bho . Avcng*r," (to., etc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. The story opons in Australia, wher0 Joshua Wedmore, an nnsuccossful miner, la tramping alone in soarch of fresh fields. Entering a hut ho dis covers a man on a rude bod, ill with tho fever. Whilst administering to the Buflcror Wedmorc noticcs a small bag and a loaded revolver under the pil low. On examination the bag proves to contain blue diamonds of enor mous value. These bo appropriates, as ho considers the fever-stricken ono has only a few hours to live. Wed more goes on his way, finally reach ing Melbourne, where he books a Pas sago for England in the Fairy Queen. The vessel is wrecked, Wedmore and au elderly man named Rupert Heth erington, of Wynthshay Hall, being the only survivors. After many days of suffering and exposure they are eventually rescued and placed on hoard tho Merr...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A BONUS EARNED. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

A BONUS EARNED. 1 People at sea bet on all sorts of | contingencies. An emigrant ship from ! England was recently approaching ' the Australian const, and an inter esting event was expccted at any moment in the married people's quarters. . Considerable speculation and excitement was developed over the question whether the happy event would take place within or without the three-mile limit. A great cheer went up when it was announced that the little stranger was legally an Australian, and had earned the £5 baby bonus of the. Commonwealth. A minute or two earlier the child would have been n native of Stepney, London, to which Parish children born at sea belong. "Daily Chronicle."

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER IX. A COMPACT. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

CHAPTER IX. A COMPACT. "Laurie, will yea come with ni in to the conservatary ?" said Pat, in a low tone. The gentleman had just como into the drawing room, ana Laurie Hat ton had a once joined her, but her words told him she had something to Bay to Mm-that she did n»t care to risk being overheard. "Of course, I will," he said, as she roso ; and they crossed the room fol lowed by tha gaze of several pairs of eyes. "Won't my father and your uncle be delighted ?" she said, as tkey w\ tered the conservatory. He looked rather h#thered as he answered : "Yes, I (sp«ct they, will lit pleased, Pat." Pat laughed merrily, the* wkea tbey had got to the end ol the Con servatory she seatad htrstli el a fancy bamboo chair aai parted as other towards him, "Sit down, Laurie, we're i«ing te have a confidential chap, and It's ever so much more comfortable t» have one's companion on a level." Laurie seated himself, and kls gravity gave place to a smile as he said : "Pat, do yeu kaow what the powers tha...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Should Men Marry? [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

Should Men Marry? BY KATK TIIOHN. That is a matter (or th.-iii '?.> ft is not lit 111! ptolntbi . t.iat !ift-y can tor any advice or mir* -i.-i/h Jr-;m tuwsiiaptr woman. The advice j;iv» n in llu periodical 01" the tiny i* ni.i-11 ({iw.i :o w-i.ii ii, mid tin- ilen'a Voli'mm In.- yet to i'i s'.-ir'-d bv c"m , j.,.., . wii'i111 ha- til.. V-.il ..i ; i -pi- </ tiou very c'.o-i'iy «, iu-.u.. Should men nian-v? Why. yes; v.'i Ci.nl; ,1 want m. and tlu-v can i»i*i tlif v. 'in .;»;. . Ilia t!f re fii n ? *,? i :v eon,. - .y. nnd well iMiri.li-r-l, l.e/ore any mai: decides on inatpuioiiy. l-ove is im ..ften the pi hue factor in such an im {i< HI ii I it movement, and reason auc judgim lit are left entirely out in tlir num . r. as the contracting pari it.;- »nii oil! too late. Uli, yes; we believe in love, 'nut wi believe in common sense as well. Ami love alone is not a secure liasi- upoi; wli'el: U, In!:,; the . of :. 1 i/. 'i.ve '''here mu:t be si>v..i-'h:ng mo...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IRISH REPARTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

IRISH REPARTEE. A stnteman who shall remain anony mou8, but whose recent tour in Ire land caused some speculation in tin political world, is responsible for this story. Ho was strolling along a liigl road and overtook an Irish drover wit! & number of cattle proceeding to a fail in the south. Being a genial soul, lit entered into conversation with the man. and bv-and-by asked him what 'hi expected to p;et for his cattle. " Shure an' if I get £8 the head I'll not dc badly." replied Pat. " Ah." said th< politician, " that's a sample of youi country. Now if you tver© enterprising enough to take these heifers^to Eng« land you would average £14 a head at least." '.'Just so, yer honour," said tin1 d»*nv<r simply, *>and av ro tuk the Lake-; nf K'llarney to purgatory yez gel a guinea the dhrop." If often happens that the very people, most particular respecting their own '.hings arc most -wanton in their disre gard of the property of others. Habits >f neatn...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOYS WILL BE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

BOYS "WILL BE) BOYS. Rots will bo boys, well, BO 'tis said, JJv those who ought to know, Hut if they're rightly clothed and fed, Soon into men they'll grow; Will they be brave, and true and kind, And fight on every hand Each Giant Foe that they may find G;j stalking through the land? 5o many hoy? think they arc men; They drink, and smoke, and swear, And try to be like father, when He's drinking ale or beer; No kindly word. nor helpful act, Nor cheerful smile have they j What I have sulci is simple fact, One sees it every day. Boys, ph.-a»c be boys, and act like boys, There's lots of work for you, Twill u>M to all your other joys: If noble deeds you do. Strive to excel in all good work, Spread happiness around, And never lor a moment shirk The duties yon have found. Then you will grow to stalwart men Of types the very best, Vhe battle fought, the victory won, Will give you perfect rest J .\nd when in after years you look J>ack o'er the s:inds of time, You'll not regret the step...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PADDY'S COMPLIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

PADDY'S COMPLIMENTS. A sudden gust of wind took a paraso from toe band of its owner, and a live 1' Irishman. dropping his hod of bricks caught the parasol. "Faith, ma'am," said he, "if yoi wero as strong as you are handsome, i wnuld not have got away from you." Which shall I tbaji. you for first the service or the compliment?" aske< the lady, smilingly. "Troth, ma'am," said Pat, agaii toucning the place where origiunllj itood the brim of what was once -t b«aver( "that look of your beautifu »ye thanked me for both." Tlio comparative absence of thrifty and ".'."aliamt habit* is a serious nation*

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STORM. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

THE STORM. listen to the howling wind m it »we©pB round the corner, bearing pedes* triane onward to their destination, blow ing numberless hate into the cutter, ana whistling its fierce music through the leafless tree-tops. The large rain drops heat against the cas<.;m?:»r; each oxystal drop, had it pov.vr of speech, oould tell tales of the cloudland from whence it came. Doubly welcome is til© cheerful fireside surrounded bj happy faces, after a battle with the ele ments; and happy are they who possess these blessings. The lonely wanderei and outcaat, the homeless orphan thrown upon the world, and seeking iomewhere under the vast canopy oi hearen a shelter, often falls a victim tc the ohilling blast. Hark! was that a human roice calling in accents of v/ild agony for succour, 01 waa it the wind, howling and ?hriekin£ down the chimney, and reminding one with Btartling force of a human being in (iistreus? Metninks the leaden cloud? fthtting each other through the sky, anc th...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HISTORY OF RUBBER. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

HISTORY OF RUBBER. The world was a long time learning the U8M and value of rubber. For two centuries after the Spaniards saw the gum in the hands of natives of the new world it was little more than a curiosity. Old Herrea, who went with Columbus on his second voyage, made a note ol an elastio bull which was moulded from the gum of & tree. At their games the *Haytians mado it bound high in th< air. The Axtecs wore familiar with the gum, and called it "ulc" and from them the Spaniards learned to --near it on their coats to keep out- rl *- wot. They had crossed the &ea« {«...? Ui. and never dreamed of a timn v. h«-i: tl.j 4. icky mi'k the uncouth Ii <:;i.»< drew :rom strange trees would he v-»r;!i nunc than all the treasures of the lniis. Jose, King of Portugal, .n 15"o, is laid to have been the wearer of a pair of boots sent out to Para to covered with a waterproof gum. Vet 300 years were to elapse before a Connecticut Yankee should mak...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOO SHARP FOR THE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

TOO SHARP FOR THE MINISTER. A well-known preacher was once inak ing a pi'do^t rian excursion in a wile rural district. Feeling rather hungry lie lnokrd at His watch to soo if it waj nearly dinner-time, but found that hii watch had stepped. Just then. happening to meet with country hoy. ho asked him: "What time is it? my hoy." The youngster replied, "Just twelve sir.'' .' Only twelver" said tho minister *'I thought it was more." "It's never any more in these parts sir/' .-aid the boy simply, "it begim again at one!"

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME WINTER RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

SOME WINTER RULES. Never lean the back upon Anything ;hnt is cold. Never begin a journey until thi breakfast has been eaten. Newr take warm drinks and then im mediately go out into the cold. Keep i In* back, especially between the thoulder blades, well covered; also tin :hest well protected. In sleeping in a cold room-establish ;he habit- of breathing through tho nose, xnd never with the mot^h open. Never go to bed with cold or damp feet. Never omit regular bathing, for unless the skiv is in active condition tho cold ivili close the pores, and favour conges :ion and other diseases. After exercise of any kind never rid* in an open carriage or sit near a win* ;low for a moment. It is dangerous tc .leaItli or even life. When hoar>e, speak as little as pos sible until the hoarseness is recovered from, else the voico may be permanent tv lost, or difficulties of the throat maj ao produced. NYhen going from a warm Atmos phere into a cooler oue keep tho mouth closed.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THINGS TO FORGEY. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 17 July 1914

THINGS TO FORGE1. Forgetting has its pleasures, bncause H permits tijc°clusiug* of the mind's eyes U larsh experiences and depressing inci Jeuts. The "blues" nrc a common coin, jlaint. If wnmm arc most afi\utM with ihoin. tlity ar«i nio.-.t dis.j»liu.i3 lo meu. rhov conic at different times and in differ' jut ways to everyone. ' .-y to rid of the dumps <..»e i* m the lowest spirits to call i, V-I'orc the mental vision memories ol ri0;iled iiunr. On tho contrAry, de feat is emphasised and de9pnir made per .nnial by the remembrance of other de fects and past despairing moments. It ii uut a erimo to fail, but it is a crime against one's better nature to brood upon failures, 'flic man who forgets laihirci aiay succeed. He certainly will not if he sroes iuto every new battle cowed and lowering at the recollection of past de 'cats. Remembrance of the " blues ' make one i/mc. No man is ever born a uessimist. lie becomes one by forgetting ;he wrong things.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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