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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
Stone Jars Oely= Straw Color from Age. "oD V) !. rn: 1; .; \ ^ ki VrC FUSE ANB VERY WHOLESOME. DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVEH 335 YEA IS. A' ^ i ;\[ i m UN ?r ZD S3SC1 Lr\A ,fs®@ ? - cp3 t (=0 /5T\ KIMS tr^V _£3 LrQZAA d "iCi Lyj i Cognac /L§] The *-r!£*na5 Mouse °f K# STEWART, Edinburgh tb Founded 1779. STRAIGHT TIP ei DRmK STEWARTS i " wwriisKy INSURE WITH THE LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOY ERS' LIABILITY, WORK ERS COMPENSATION IN SURANCE. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHERE- N OT REPRESENTED FULL PARTICULARS on application to 0ALGETY' ?0. LTD*, MELBOURNE. (Managers £or Victoria). mT: % tf yt A TON OF CHAFF FOR TWOPENCE This is the Cost of Cutting a Ton of Chaff with a llii HiSfiSllH SB -$ x* fy/ii BRUCE & M'CLURE, STARTS ON BENZINE. RUNS ON KEROSENE. The Most Economical Running Engine oil Eartli (or any where else). Two Sszes 4-h.p. & 8 h.p. .Stationary & Portable). Ecyirseurs S. VJisidmcIl Wafers, LAVA STKKKT. WARRNAMBOO? . 1M2S5 / ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED A...
NOTES ON NATURE. "THE PERMANENT EGO." [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
NOTES ON NATURE. By "Naturalist.' "THE PERMANENT EGO. Our mora is as the rising of the sun 1 hat sheds a halo where before was night; From silent power our early hours are spun, / Soon to be vested in a broader light. Through seas of tumult may wo steer our beam, By mountain height ascend, new scenes to greet; '-Mid lorest wild, by rushing torront stream, Arouse the Furies to their envious l'eet. Bui, on ire pass to beauteous fields of aay> 'J o surely hud a brooding peace o'er spread; "Where Health and Purity together play, While quiet skies, soft gather over head. The day is ours t' ennoble or to mar; To set in sorrow or enrich tlio bar. The accumulation of natural virtues is the privilege of human genius. To say that wo tnay generate virtue is barely tho truth. With a world full of ? activity and influence there lies open to the mind and heart a veritable harvest iieUl of wealth, and this is the day of the reaper. 1 am told occasionally that the world is com ing to an end; hut...
HUMUS IN THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
HUMUS IN THE ORCHARD. it is HI dry .seasons liko the present that the benulits oi humus in the soil are most apparent. \v hen the ground is getting just a little too hard lor cultivation, with the dust mulch threat ening to be clod mulcli, and a very titia one at that, it is a treat to feel tlio machine sink into a patch ot soft mellow soil, which works up like the proverbial ash bed, and gives evidence ol: moisture stored below. And it is not only the teamster who appreciates it-: the horses know the difference, and' it is ten to one that tlio trees m that spot show stronger growth and have greener leaves ami better fruit than those in the hard patches. This is the effect or humus. Humus it is that Holds the water like a sponge, keeps the mineral particles of tlie soil from running together liko a cake, and forms a suitable medium for the growth of beneficial bacteria-the "life" of the soil. JtLuinus, we know, is organic matter 111 process of decay; it has been aJivc, and it seems ...
DIFFERENT QUALITIES OF WOOL IN THE SAME SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
DIFFERENT QUALITIES OF WOOL IN THE SAME SHEEP. iS'o single sheep, however well bred, will gi'uiv wool of liic same quality throughout; neither are there Wo ilee ces exactly alike in the millions of sheep in the colonies. The irons part of the sheep produces tho iinest wool. There -we have situated all tho vital organs. Within the breast, siioulders, and. brisket the machinery of the sheep'is continually throwing oif moisture and perspiration; imparting a more succulent and juicy flavor to tiio moat far superior to any other part of the sheep. This moisture Iceeps the bones, light, solt, and por ous, tney Oeiug naturally ol a iino character throughout the whole of tiio front of the sheep. Taking next tiio flesh around this light bony formation, it will be found line in tho grain much liner than any other part ol the body. If the skin is closely ex amined, it will be found to be fine, thin, and clastic, yet strong, jh keep ing with other characteristics. it is reasonable, according tp...
Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
Railway Time Table. Melbourne (dep) Nyora ... (arr) (dep) Woodleigh Kernot ... Almurta ... Glen Forbes Woolamai Anderson Kilcunda... Dalyston... Wonthaggi ?.m. ?.30 9.6 9.20 9.35 9.43 9.48 9.54 10.3 10.15 10.25 10.34 10.49 Wonthaggi (dep) State Mine Dalyston Kilcunda Anderson Woolamai Glen Forbes Almurta Kernot... Woodleigh Nyora (arr) (dep) Melbourne (arr) Wed. Sat. p.m. p.m. p.m. 4.45 2.50 6.30 7.30 5.19 9.3 7.40 6.20 9.22 7.55 6.35 9.37 8.3 6.43 9.45 8.8 6.48 9.50 8.14 6.54 9.56 8.23 7.3 10.5 8.35 7.15 10.17 8.46 7.26 10.28 6.56 7.36 10.38 9.11 7.51 10.53 a.m. p.m. 7.2 3.44 7.6 3.48 7.15 3.57 7.25 4.7 7.40 4.22 7.50 4.32 8.0 4.42 8.6 4.48 8.15 4.56 8.25 5.5 8.47 5.25 9.9 5.49 11.50 8.28 Mrs. Jones got all her furnishings lor her tent at the Melbourne Furnish ing Co.. Graham St.. WonthagRi. Window Blinds for the summer, all sorts, at the Melbourne Furnishing Coy., Wonthaggi.
HIS EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
HIS EXPERIENCE. Writing from Bainawm, Vic., Mr. \Ym. John Youill, late of llarveytown, Eagle haw!;, Vic., says:-"In regard to the statement I gave you some years ago as to my cure of kidney complaint, I may say that a short time since 1 had occasion to be medically examined, and was en tirely free from any complaint." Mr. Youill's original .statement was as fol lows:-"I feel it a duty I owe to you, and to suffering humanity, to send you this letter, in the earnest hope that others who may be suffering as I was, from that dread complaint, Bright's Disease of the kidneys, may take courage, and learn fronY my experience to adopt the same method of treatment that I did, feeling sure that by so doing they will be saved much pain and misery, and, perhaps, an early grave. This may seem to some a remarkable statement to make, but it can be substantiated by anyone who will take the trouble to inquire for themselves from me or of my friends who were with me at the time. Despite* all the skill...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
nna is Law With P P * &lt;SSai We show nothing of which she does not ap prove - you'll find only £ho latest and lovliest styles at T9 Graham Street, WOINTH^ Come in and let us show you the glorious assemblage of Summer Wear now gathered here for your inspection - the fascinating- new millinery, the graceful stylish cos tumes, pretty dainty blouses, underwears, etc. And note the wonderfully little prices, nowhere matched in Wonthaggi or else where. Fruit. Confectionery, Soft Brinks. T. O'DWYER, . . . DALYST.ON. . . . Tobacco. Cigars, and Cigarettes. YO UR PATRONAGE REQUESTED Knox and Sons, Undertakers. Wreaths in Stock. IT COMES MANY WAYS, Eui however it may come, the remedy reaches all. Kidney complaint may begin from many sources, such as cold, injury by accident,, or the result of other com plaints. However it may come, Dean's Backache Kidney Pills always cure. Let this fact be an ever-present memory with you. All sufferers should bo interested in the following: Mrs. H. S....
ST. JOSEPH'S NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
ST. JOSEPH'S NOTES. W. Gannon and " Co;ik" Long" more bowled splendidly throughout. T-hey have both found their punch and in future batsmen will have to treat them with great respect. W. O'Connor, who played his first game, made a good start against Dudley. G. Wells has at last struck excel lent form with the but. His'70 were made by faultless cricket. His driv ing being a treat to watch. He made 8 fourers and 10 twos. Good luck, George; no player's, success would be more popular. Frank Laughran's 45 were up to his usual standard. We can expect large scores from his bat every time. Kenny too, got going well, but a ] miss his from the edge >.f his bat landed safely in the Dudley captain's hands. Joe. Connelly, to the tune of 21, showed some of his old form. The total 215 was a very credit able ' total. More of its kind to follow with practice. Those about to marry cannot do bet ter than consult the manager of the Melbourne Furnishing Coy., Won thaggi.
GREEN MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
GREEK MANURING ' Green sua miring is effective both oil :-.;j;idy and heavy clay soils, and/ in deed, in all soils deficient in humus. On; sandy soils, its effect is to con solidate the soil, and in clay soils it nets by loosening the texture and let ting the air act. on it. When conditions us to warmth and moisture are favor able, the green, crop decomposes' with out mu'ch delay, and the production of :i ;:6lul>le plant food proceeds with eon-, ;;&lt;!erable rapidity. This i.s especially the case ivith the valuable nitrogenous portion of the green, stuff. Nitrification, that is the conversion of the nitrogenous material of the plant into" soluble nitrates, takes J place 'quickly. in sandy soils green Jnamire nitrifies more quickly than or dinary organic manures, such as bone dust, ground horns, dried blood, etc., while in still clays it nitrifies more rap idly than even sulphate of ammonia or R.nimsl manures.
Correspondence. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents under this heading.—Ed.] (TO THE EDITOR POWLETT EXPRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
Correspondence. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents under this heading.-Ed.] (TO THE EDITOR POWJ.ETT EXPRESS.) I Sir,-It is most amusing to hear the outcry made re what is called the travelling stock nuisance, but there is nothing said about the far greater nuisance of the worthless horses, owned by some of the resi dents that are continually with us, their necks craned over every fence, small gates forced open and hedges disfigured by cropping heaps of ordure in front of a man's and all this under pretence that they have no water available ; but it is always the same winter "or summer, ranger on'or off; they are about- As to the travelling stock, mostly sheep ; more power to the speculators, they are at least doing some good and giving em ployment, and as to cutting the fences, that remains to be proved. I see the auditor is aghast at the costs and number of the deputa tions ; he evidently does not know the power of eloquence that our councillors po...
THE [?]STER PASSION. CHAPTER XXXIV. LEFT BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
} THwi i-.o'i tie&i A-VXIV. LKFi UrJHlM.). I: whole thought:, w- re eonceii on escaping iron; tiii* opera-hoius t being -ecu by C-'is Deverel. He it. his ^tall some time ago, but ho pursueu uy tue iear that ho )>e hanging about Casting timid' > light ami leu- m search of lain, L .Lord u aver ley dead. He stood w.ntr.'i! astoiii-shiueiH, as. quartet h;;d passed, and' tnl !>e caught Sight or ooi.ged-to oxen. Iinn i losing iimi. matter:-'' in rather an iiiu-r as the viscoiint but wit!) a nod oi: his section. stony, and the hi to his eyes. .fove- you take it heats anything I cva* Alter the other night you i.'l- pitch'-you know 'the 'rest. 1st. J have got- to ,go home," ing him olf patiently, he ei v..y through the crowd. oiit just as. Uelgrave was ..to. the brougham. Jie her lace, only t-lie back I'.Jl brown nead, and the . graceful shoulders. nowhere to be seen, and lie loubt that tins man, whose j .1 to be pollution, whose : already suffered would by her side, and acc...
San Remo. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
San Remo. Mies Isabel Hossaek, daughter of Mr. John Hossaek, of Coburg, and Ernest Wilkin Neville, of Willis-road, Balwyn, were washed off a rock while fishing at Cowes back beach on the 5 th instant, and were drowned. Miss Paul and Gordon Paul, of Shepparton, and Mr. Neville, father of deceased, narrowly escaped being drowned in attempting a rescue. The winners of (.he principal events at the annual Cowes regatta held on the 8th instant:-30ft. and under boat race : A. Brown's Hine moa 3, Iiayward's Heather 2, J. Richardson's Gift 3 ; 2Gft. and under, Hayward's Heather 1, Car michael's Martha McCallum 2 ; 22ft. and under : 0. Bryant's Stormy Petrel, G. Pelaray's Li tile Hinemoa 2, Cannic'oael's Martha McOllutn 3. For ihe greasy pole coniest, Goodman and H. Galloper took first and second prize. A cricket match was played on the San Remo ground recently be tween residents at " Shetland Heights" and members of the local club. The former had an easy ' win. Complaints are being made of t...
SWIMMING. TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO SWIM SOME INSTRUCTIONS OP VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
SWIMMING. TEACH YOUR CHILDREN TO SWIM SOUR INSTRUCTIONS OP VALUE. The'present- is. an "opportune time for :;oir.c instructions on swimming. Dur ing the. Christmas and New Year holi days a half dozen or more persons have lost their lives through drowning. The coroner (Dr. Cole) in summing up .two cases of drowning at the Morgue on Saturday, said that he thought it should be a part of every person's edu cation to be taught swimming. Par ents should also see that this was done, for it was an excellent summer amuse ment. The Coroner went on to say 1 think that it should be made compulsory, and yot the sense of the people ought to show how valuable* it is." The article below gives full directions how to teac-h one's soil' to swim. No Australian lad worthy of his name should allow himself to reach the age of ten without being able to swim, l't is, imieed, a reproach to our Empire when the cubs of the nation which rules the waves should be in danger 0f drowning in six feet of water. There ...
STRIKING WHILE HOT. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
STRIKING 'VHILE HOT. ?A ceri-arj little irirJ had been iJl I'.-;' ! some time. Not s:> terribly ill, but | that sbrj eouldp't go to scliorj. j and bad to stay ijj bed, and got a j gival deal cf pelting and indulgence.( J The other day she said to her moth- | c: : ' .'Mamma, I want papa to huy mo a dug. Not a little dog, bu1 a great big i'-Udojr." "'Well, dc-arie. smiled th'? mother. w, v, i!' have lo s&lt;- about that after a while. " .''No. I want it now." t "Don't you think you'd better v.r.ii ! till you're well?" i "No mamma, I cV.'n't. The sicker i I am, the more likely papa will be to ! buy it for me."
GERMANY'S EXPORT OF AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
GERMANY'S EXPORT OF AGRI CULTURAL CHEF/ilCALS. l ii,;- following iigures show appioxi- . m;itely tlio imnual value of some Ger- | man agricultural Chemical exports which British manufacturers are now ; making an eifort to captureAnstra- j lia-Fertilisers, £51,(XX). Canada-Fer- ; tilisers, £2^00. India-Fertilisers, j £9,980. South Africa, Basic slag, ! £4,700; hone manures, £5,000; nitrate 1 of soda, £421: raw phosphate. £1,000; ' sulphate'of ammoDia, £400; superphos- ! phate, £20,000. Khodesia-Fertiliser* ' £1,000. United Kingdom-Oilseed ! cake, £400,000. japan-Bonedust, j £1,800; dried Mojo, £1,300; oil cakes, £4.000 : fish guano.' £7,000: other fer tilisers. £9.000; gypsum. £1,100. Nor way-Fertilisers, £70,000. Salvador -Fertilisers, £4,000. Spain-Fertili sers and pharmaceutical products, (not separated in the return) £360,000. This list does not include the exports of potash salts for manurial purposes, be cause tbis substance is a German mon opoly.
THE REARING OF CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 22 January 1915
THE REARING OF CALVES. There ars satisfactory indications among dairy farmers that they are now inclining more towards tho breeding ol their own stock in place of the old hap hazard system of having to go into the general market to keep up their herds. In response to inquiries for calr rearing information, that given here with has been compiled from inter views with men who are acknowledged to be successful. One of these in giv inc us notes of his experience, says the calf is a greedy animal, and that is vhj there is often a great temptation to Cive it more than it can propci'lj handle. Over-feeding is submitted as one of the main reasons why so many fail in raising good calves o_u separator milk. Calves from 3 to o "'eeks ot age will consume from 10 to 1- lb. ot milk daily; from 6 to 8 weeks old, 14 | to 16 lb. daily; and from & months old, S from 18 to 20 lb. The skim milk should be always warm and sweet. It is im possible to rear good calves on separa tor milk that is swe...