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Confessions of a Coiner. SOME THRILLS IN THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
Confessions of a Coiner. SOMK TH1ULL3 IN" THE UAMIC. Every coiner bocotncg a convict* Put thnt down as Absolut© certain. I'ye just dono my five years' penal. You're certain to be lagged. The game isn't worth the candle, and I've done with it. The profits nre enormous, but so are the risks. Forty pounds a week 2 made /or two months* Easy conn', easy go. And then five years inside the big gates ! Never ngain. | How did I make my coins ? I'll j tell you something-but not nll-l about it. I don't want you to try the game on. You might h«v# a short or a long rim, but as sure as night follows day, you'd find your self in the dock. The first requisite is a coin of an old dale, but not worn. I've given ten shillings-good ones-for a half crown that had been lying in a (/rawer for a dozen years. 1 gave a woumji the same amount-in bad money-for a coin mounted as a brooch. Coiners never make new coins. Tradesmen will look suspi ciously at a genuine new five-shil ling piece, but n counterfeit, da...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
COMMERCIAL. The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Company Limited report under date of July 16th Sheepskins Buyers were fully represented this week. The demand was keen fnr all descriptions at last week's best rates. Hides-Small catalogues were sub mitted at! this week's auction sales Good competition ruled for all weights at prices fully equivalent to last week. Tallow-Good competition ruled throughout the sales this week and the market showed no alteration in prices.
THE LARGEST TORPEDO. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
THE LARGEST TORPEDO. The largest size of torpedo at pre sent manufactured by the principal naval powers is the 18in. White head. Its length is 16ft. ljln. ; its weight about two tons, and its dia meter 18in. It is not ot cigar shape, but is spindle-shaped, and it gets Its name from the ray fish named tor pedo. Its effective range depends on the object at which it is discharged, be ing from 1,500 jards at a rapidly moving object, such as a swift crui ' ser or torpedo-boat destroyer, up to 6,000 yards at a breakwater or fleot. in mooring. The latest form of tor pedo, guided by an instrument called a gyroscope, travels at a rate of thirty knots, -"Ireland's Own." "Do yo" think Skinner can make a. living out there?" "Make a living ! Why,, he'd make a living on a rock in the middle ot the ocean if there was another man on the rock."
Slaughteryards Cause Trouble AT KORONG VALE. A PERSISTENT OBJECTOR [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
Slaughteryards Cauge Trouble AT KORONU VALE. A PERSISTENT OBJEOIOR Ever since Messrs Fisher and Sons i ittention of establishing slaughter yards nt. Korong Vnle became known, objections have been lodged by Mr J Kay, who resides near the spot chosen (or ihe yards, The anginal application | \,y Mr Fisher (or a license wns opposed at the Korong Shire Council meeting m person by Mr Kny, who, though the arguments then put forward by him failed to convice councillors, has not foiled at a council meeting to keep uiB objections before the authorities. Mi Kay assorted that he wou.d be a thorn in Mr Fisher's side, and that he would miss no chance which offered of getting the y irds removed. At the [ June meeting of the council ho gave a realUtic description ^,M( ' gmntU which en ered his Ih'Usk, mid in i addition charged the licensee with feeding raw meat to the pigs kept, namely, the carcases of two cattle that j had died on railway trucks. ; At last meeting of the council the I subject was ...
THE FARM AND DAIRY. THE COMPOSITION OF CHEESE IN RELATION TO QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
THE FARM AND DAIRY. THE COMPOSITION OF 0HBE3H IN RELATION TO QUALITY. In a report of the New York Dairymen's Association for 1891, we find the following statement in an address given by Dr. Robertson "In every case there was a gradual reduction in thfl quality of chceae when there was a less quantity of butter-fat in milk. . . . However, this is true also that the increased yield of cheese is not in direct pro portion to the increased percentage of butter-fat ; that is, milk contain ing 3 per cent of butter-fat will yield a certain quantity of cheese, but if you take milk having one third more fat (4 per ccnt.) it will not yield one-third more cheese. At the same time, such milk is worth one-third more for cheesemaking, an>! thereby hangs a tale, you see,, if it does not yield so much cheese, it yields a quality of cheese so much better that the market value of th"? cheese from 100 lb. of milk is a thirl creator than the market value of the cheese in the other case ? "Every two-t...
Agricultural Notes and Queries STOCK RAISING PROBLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
Agricultural Notes and Queries (BYGLKANBB) STOCK -RAISING FRONT.KM -i. The remarkable advance in prices for sheep and cattlo should lend Aus triilmi) stock owners to give clos' attention to several pressing problems in connection with I lie Btock raising industry. It is regrettnhlo to note, fjr instance, that the wider Beld (or the deve'opmenfc of the Australian slock raising indurtry, which the new range in world prices for meat products has opened up, oannot bo taken full ad vantage of, udICBS the breeding stock is kept up. The customary practice of killing many of tho calvfs in the dairy herds, and of exporting such large numbers of ewe limbs will hive to be restricted. In regard to the hitter, there has been some loose talk ii'wb' the necessity of an export duty to reduce or prevent the export of ewe lambs. This is just as absurd as some of the wild talk about tho iniquity of the American beef trust in entering into tho Australian meat trade. The Americans have come to Queenslan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
Commonwealth Jg||* Bank of HuetraKa . HEAD OFFICE 1SYDNEY IffcH Bank If op«n for *11 c1«sm of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS M EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLIN8 STREET, MELBOURNE AIM »t Syclt V, Cmifjorm, AileUlde, Perth, I/ob«rt. Orleans, Ji»*h»mpton, Towmrlllt, Md t/mila*. n»M» nmttto«coa ro.de to, »«d drnftt dr»»n on fonljn pI»o.t(w. ronton Mill ««rotl»ttd »nd oollwtod Letter, of credit to »>..&lt;. !>»« ol the "ori.l Dili, nefot M.U or lorw»ril.d It twllectlo* ninklni" »nd ET--hanfo nu.iiie,. of I,. Tu'il.-n trtnueml within tktOoniaaa. P«lted Kingdom »i»l »l.ro«d Current -""inu o|»u..t, ItitereiC p«!&lt;l on Out 4*pwiU. Adnoo** uuuls approved iecurltfe«. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT 'lo tor Ian Contra! S17 OOLLIN» .rHKKT, MILBAVRNL AfeMhM n the Abort clt!«» »nd 2,000 Ar«nel*s i» Pert OOkm tkrwtftev* n9mmtnumMk. D0pomtt9 from 1/- to £300. Int.rmmt at MX pmr annum. p+p**itm or Withdrawal# »>»j be u>*dt it any Brancb «r Aftae? within tha ConuaawMlth JAMBS KkM, DiruTT Oov...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
(V i TTiKTHVtniN OOACn FACToJi 11rCttVSTTCFET, WEDDETtBUJlN A^wfLSON, --ncfi Builrler, General. Black Smith. Wheelwright. AND UNDERTAKER' Fnnewsl* r>orfo**incd. ir Town* or Country on Shorto?t Notice. Ooftinn on hwid for any Emergency, h!po First-clan Konrfch «iul 1'lumoR., Thr tradn pnpplu-il with Ooftiu Fittmr? of all qitfilii}. ,-s.rn* r pmyft. Spring Carts . "oi'f, jinJ "f ovury dnecria i&lt;70 Oli fch'i .iM i -ilwxy ' mrJrrfr cvm/uD.v ntJcmhd lo w :f|» pioii'j Inefp awl ricapuk*}/. V / tpj f im jj 'n j i. P. J. NCO'NAN, Coaunerclf] Kot©],&lt; P1GH S'lBEET, ?.V K I) n E K R U H N !t . in:; tiitfRn ovr-r Vew ind Oom- i nilia.n Pramifoi lv."ly oojupied by I Mr Hoolcli-im, to announco' . that the Hotel contains, nil the latest ; improvements in workmanship; and ranks (is ono of tho bent -appointed i ..nunfcry houses in Victorin. Tho Building tins been handsomely i urnisbod throughout, al! the rooms i ;c>in^ large"nnd well ventilated, thus ! iflortl i n £? UNSU...
The Express, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914. News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
Cfre &lt;£*#rfss, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914. News and Notes. The revisiuu of the electoral rolls for the Legislative Assoti.Uy, compiled from the receut cauvasb, has Leen com pitted. The new rolls show a total of 784,106 electors, in compaiison with 6?1,915 on the old rolls. The rolls have been printed, and copies are available at registrar's offices, State schools, police stations, mechanics' institutes, railway stations and post offices. As these roils will be used at the forthcoming State general elec tions, "electors are udvised to inspect them, and, if not enrolled, they should lose no time in making claim to the local electoral re^Utrar, Claim cards are available at all the places before mentioned The new roll of the Korong electorate shows an increase of slightly over 300 names, the total j now being 6985, compared with 6649. The clearing and land sale of Dr Binder's property at Wedderburn, conducted by Messrs Alf E Wallis and 00 on Wednesday aftern...
MRS WICKS ON "WEDDING PRESENTS." [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
WICKS OX "WEDD1NU 1'RESENTS." I've nr.tliin" against t.lio institutioi tself, but I quarrel with its applies ,ion t.1 pei-tickler cases, as__the i"-: laid when lie came out of o scrubs. Properly regulated, wo:khn* j&lt; e-.'n ; might save many :i young coi;,&lt;.c h;i.j ,heir Jurni.shin' expenses, nil' yet you 1: 'in.-l tiiei:- pai'lers sliiek.'d Willi uselcsi .iiekshaw.- thai t'iey daren't get rid o: :ur t.-nr ni the u'ivrrs ilroppin' in, lull ivith a cap u-ilv fer .-.'cretin' dust tlm! wouUl I'm osie &lt;>f new-fangled vukyum cleaners tu snanie. Tare's .Marv Jane "\\*iIkt'd's sister U ,; a r) !S->">!i:n gavo her n bouquet o: real, I;;m .1 .ie wa:: fl.wera in r shaded piuJc vase, lhat's the baued her life, fer they gut that black witl exposure that not a week goes by bu' she has to gu into every nook an crevife of foliage an' blossoms, inorc especially as her aunt never fails t&lt; pass remarks ef they don't look as fresh as new paint., N'ow...
DIPPING THE FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
DIPPING THE FLAG. The salutation given when a vessel' lowers or "dips" its flag is one ol the oldest and most honourable of all forms of marine greeting. I This form of salute has always been demanded by English-speaking i seamen, and its exaction has warmed ' tip the hearts and used tip the pow- I der of generations of naval comman-' dcrs. ( In the old days, for a foreign ship, whether merchant or naval, to enter an English port without veiling top- ; sails or clipping its national flag ' was to run the risk of war, although the profoundest peace existed. Without, warning or argument, the shore defences of a man-of-war would send a round shot across the bows or between the masts of the foreign er, and if the offending flag did not instantly come down the insolent in truder was brought to her senses by being raked through and through. Such was the reception accorded bv Sir John Hawkins in the sixteenth century to the Spanish admiral who, in time ot peace, sailed into Ports mouth Sou...
THEY HAD MET BEFORE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
THEY HAD MET BEFORE. He was dressed in a style that he regarded ns most "fetching," and ::; persistently ogled the young woman pitting 011" 1 lie opposite side of the tram-car. Finally, he bent down, and, liiting up his hat, said, "Be;j pardon, but I'm sure I've met you somewhere." "Oh yes'" began the young woman in a pleasant voice. Delighted." broke in the youth, ec statically. "You are the "voung man who cnl ?? on our cook," continued the youi. : woman in a clear voice, "I'll tell Brid get that I saw you."
CHAPTER XI. STILL THE DEVIL'S OWN DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
CHAPTER XI. STILL THE DEVIL'S OWN . DARLING. The sun was shining brightly the next morning when Mr. Hetherington | passed out of the park gates on his way to see Dr. Kitzpatrick. This ? time he (lid not choose the little | door in the wall, feeling it was more | prudent to give it a.wide berth. | Before he had gone many yards he heard the sound of wheels, and, look I ing round, he saw the doctor's dog - cart, , with tlio doctor in it, coming towards him. j Mr. Hetherington paused, and when the dogcart came alongside of him, the doctor pulled up. I "I was coming to see' you about a ' temporary hospital for the fever ' cases," ,said Mr. Hetherington. | "All right. I'll get out and wal&lt;c with you as far. as my house." the j doctor said, flinging the reins to his groom, and telling him to drive on; then, as he joined the other man, he | sniil : "Have you heard that Mr. Oarvill's sister-in-law, Mrs. Wedmorc, has been assaulted and seriously injured, Mr. Hetherington ?" "Seriou...
BEYOND PARDON. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
BEYOND PARDON. An individual describing himself vi a professional poet was summoned to a police court t&lt;j answer the charge cl assaulting a local compositor. He ad mitted the assault, but excitedly pleaded great provocation. "My writing isn't exactly copper plate, your worship," he said,"but my j>oems are serious ones, and when 1 see them turned into material for the joke column by that stupid composi tor's monkey tricks, it makes me wild." "But you needn't have split his head open in your excitement," remonstrat ed the magistrate. "Needn't I, your worship? Hear mc ou'i, and then you'll perhaps think dif ferently. I wrote a poem the othei day about a dying boy, which finished off with the following pathetic lines: "'He lay upon the grass with up turned face, And playful zephyrs frolicked o'ei his head.' ' ' "But that fool of a compositor pre tended he couldn't read the word 'zephyr.?.' and set up the last line ir this fashion: "'And play ful zebras frolicked o'ei his h...
BOYS WILL BE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
BOYS "WILL BE BOYS. Boys will be boys, well, BO 'tis said, By those who ought to know, But if they're rightly clothed and fed, Soon into men they'll grow; SVill they be bravo, and true and kind, And fight on every hand Each Giant Foe that they may find Go stalking through the JandP So many boys think they are 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; What I have said is fimple fact, One sees it every day. Boys, please be boys, and act like boys, There's lots of work for you, Twill add to all your other joys: If noble deeds you do. Strive to excel in all good work, Spread happiness around, And never for a moment shirk The duties you have found. Then you will grow to stalwart men Of types the very best, The battle fought, the victory won, Will give you perfect rest; And when in after years you look Back o'er the sands of time, You'll not regret the step you took, Whe...
IRISH REPARTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 24 July 1914
IRISH REPARTEE. A statemau who shall remain anony moua, but whose recent tour in Ire land caused some speculation in tin political world, is responsible for this &lt;;ory. lie was strolling along a higt road and overtook nn Irish drover wit! u number of cattle proceeding to a fail in the south. .Being a genial soul, hi entered into conversation with the man; and by-aml-by asked him what h&lt; expected to get 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 wero enterprising enough to take these heifers to Eng land you would average £14 a head al least." "Just so, ver honour," said the ^1,-ovor simply, "and av ye tuk the Lakes of Killarney to purgatory yez get a guinea the dhrop," It often happens that the very people most particular respecting their own things are most wanton in their disre gard, of the property of others. Habits neatne=5 and economy are assure...