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State Coal Mines. LABORITES DESIRE SALE OF COAL TO THE PUBLIC. MP. ELMSLIE DEFENDS GOVERNMENT INACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 27 August 1915

State Goal Mines. i LAPORITES DESIRE SALE OF ! COAL TO THE PUBLIC. " MP. ELMSL1E DEFENDS GOV ERNMENT INACTION. Discussion on the question of per mitting the. public to purchase coal from I he State mine was introduced at the meeting «'f the South Melbourne Labor League on Saturday evening by Mr. Mentiplay, who moved That this blanch supports the request i.f a deputation from Won thaggi to the Vie:nier, dfi.cirin» the Govi rnmeiit to work the small seams at the State mine to provide for sale of coal to I lie public. The mover said that coal was dis covered by hi? grandfather at Won thairgi 40 years ago, since when the public should have been obtaining cheap coal if various Governments had done their duly. Mr G. ICImslir, M.L.A., said he be in Si-ttii fiiUM'pri-iu and cheap coal for people. but there were facts I hut had lo In; f-iced .1111] considered, When it. wis fir.-t ]ir"|)o.S()(i to develop State cml mines at Wonthaggi the Labor P'rfy Mippnrtrd the proposal, and advocated i l:o...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIG GUNS AND BUTTERFLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 27 August 1915

BIG GUNS AND BUTTERFLIES. Lecturing recently on "MO(1k-3. Ar'~ tillery," Lieutenant lladcbck said that the butterily is born, lives its full longth of iife, and dies of old ago, all within tho space of 24 hours. Now, the big gun of say, the-13.5 type, is of such magnitude that it takos 10 or 12 months to manufacture it. Hoty does its '' life'' compare with that of the but terfly. The gun '.'lives," of course, only when it is in use; at a'i other times it is merely a "dead" mass of metal. But supposing it to bo possible to make it "live" all tue time by sending through it an incessant stream of projectiles,. it will dj:'o of extreme old ago in 12s.

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 27 August 1915

MARY PICKFORD in " Such a Little Queen" excells all her other gal lant efforts. See her at the Wonthaggi Theatre this Saturday night. DON'T NEGLECT A common case of Piles. It may lead to serious results. When people generally understated that all-such fatal diseases as Fistula, Ulcer of the Rectum, Fissure, etc., almost invariably begin in a simple case of Piles, they - will learn the wisdom of taking prompt treatment for the first appearance of this trouble. ; Doan's Ointment is unequalled for every form of Piles, Itching, Bleeding, Protruding, and Blind Piles, and hun dreds of lives have been saved by using this cheap, but effective remedy right from the start, because at such times a single pot has often effected a cure, while in the old, deep-seated, chronic cases, several pots are some times necessary. Here is a case: Mrs. H. S. Wilson, Broome-crescent, Wonthaggi, says:-"My husband suf fered with Protruding Piles for some time. He was tortured with this ail ment, and only those...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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MINING WITH ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 27 August 1915

t MINING'WITH ELECTRICITY. Electric power is becoming a mora important factor every day in the ope ration cf up-to-date coal mines, this class of power being used not only for transportation but for the ac:tu! mining as vft'Il. One of tko latest of electrical kmachines for mining is the overcut ting machine, in service in somo of the mines of Pennsylvania for cutting hori zontal grooves several feet deep in the \ £? i face of thp vein preparatory to blast- { (. ing out the coal. The cutting is dono j by tools carried on an endless chain f which works in a metal frame support- i | cd oil the machine. This frame, with > !its cutters, can be raised aid lowered, s. or sv.-uug, to x;ut in any direction, as | required. Transportation of tlio coal ^ ( within the mine is practically rill by^ 'l ! electric power. The electric locomotivo _ \ j for this work is equipped with a drum x j and cab'l-j used mainly for hauling cars j out of rooms to a point lvhero a coup ling with the locomotive ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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COURAGE AND MUSCULAR EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 27 August 1915

COURAGE AND MUSCULAR EFFORT. The world has not waited for theor ists to tell it how emotion follows the bodily state and how tho mind's tone and action tako measure from tho body's! attitude and tension; for cen turies observers have known that cour age rises with muscular effort and that mental poise grows steady as breath ing deepens.: Tho same reason, then, that led our drill masters, four and fivo generations ago, to direct particularly that the soldiery stand "straight and firm upon his feet" is to-day tho rea son why the German officers train their soldiers in these leg movements with knees straight or preferably bent back. The uso of the unflexed leg in tho gooso-stcp is but incidental, the main purposo of the step is to bring into consciousness and under immediate control the Soldiers' physical support. The general who told his wobbling legs .that they would shake still harder if they knew where he was taking them illustrated, the lack of just that bodily. team-play that the...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XIII. THE GUESTS ARRIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 27 August 1915

CHAPTER. XIII. !BE GUESTS ARRIVE. Company at Thorsdale Park flowed in -perhaps, at first, it might be more accurate to say that it trickled in, so few Were the earliest arrivals, but after wards the supply became, numerically epeaking, about equal to the demand. After all, the hospitality of an earl aud a countess so rich and so well-consider ed is pretty sure to be accepted by a considerable number of persons. Lady Piminy had come, and had brought her three., pretty daughters,, givng up her lodgings in Half Moon Street, somewhat to the dismay of those disappointed damsels ; who felt as though their pros pects in life had been ruthlessly blighted by the curtailment of their trip to glor ious London. But Lady Piminy had sons as well as marriageable daughters, and it was on behalf of dear, stalwart stupid Edward, and of florid Augustus, down in Warwickshire, that die had made baste to comply wtih the sum mons of her far-away cousin and poten tial patron, the Earl of Thorsdale. These t...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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JET HUNTER'S FOSTER SON. CHAPTER XII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 27 August 1915

1EX HUNTER'S FOSTER SOH. (BY IBT7TN CLARKE.) CHAPTER XII. (Continued). "Nioo little crib-tidy littlo box. eh, Sir R. ?" aeked tlio ruffianly master oi the hovel, jealously eyeing his risitor, as if to note the signs of disgust that liis more refined associate iound it sio Iiard to repress. "Not quite up to the mark of your swell house in Hyde Park, though., and not good enough for a watcher or a pis feeder on your Mort main property. Yet. it « wlint I re come to. No one knows, what hs may come to, Sir R. Mortmain, baronet, does he now? Who can tell what might happen to yourself? The cells a.t Millbank and Portland ar0 tr.m and kept well white-vrashed, to be sure, and iha beds arc of good cocoa-nut fibre, and the gruel, and the soup, and the bread, and' the eight ounces of meat free from hon". tjut you look quite pale, Sir 1?., not ill I hope?" - XUei K was a malignity in "la jnan s .naiUK fc^li.lt.^ras intentionally oft'ens Vrc Sir Richard, ghastly pale, and conscious of his pallor,...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Powlett River District A., P. and H. Society. LIST OF DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 27 August 1915

Powlett River District A., P. and H. Society. LIST OF DONATIONS. J. M. Peck and Sons £220 Pearson, Rowe and Smith... 1 1 o McPhail Bros, and Co 1 1 0 James Moore and Son o 10 G William S. Cook o 10 6 New Zealand Insurance Co. o 10 6 Sir William Irvine 1 1 o Michaclis, Hallenstein and Co. .... ... o 10 6 J. Craig" ... o 10 6 W. Fincher ... ... ... ... ... o 10 6 F. Hartley i ... o 10 6 Harrison Lee ... .-. .' .... 0 10 6 D. O'Brien ... ... ... 0 10 6 W. Toohcr 010 6 J. S. Williams ... 0 10 6 II. Lloyd... ..." 100 Bank of Victoria 1 1 0 McKeevcr and Co l 1 o C. A. Daly ... o 10 6 C. Mofloy ... ... ... ... 0 10 6 Ceo. Hollins ....... ... 220 D. J. Fniscr ... ... ...- 400 Colonial Bank ; 1 o o Trcwin Bros. ... .... 100 J. A. Walker ... ... ... ... ... o 10 6 R. Koetsveld ... ... o 10 6 Alf. Jackson ... ... ... 11 o 11. Graham ... ... ........ ... 050 Chas. Steinlioldt 1 1 o Geo. Dowell ... ... ... o 10 6 J. Ridgway .. ...... o 5 o W. Garnham ... ... ... o 10 6 J. Big-gar... ... ... .:. ...

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AN EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

. AN EXPERT. Quite recently a man appeared at tl)Q recruiting ofiico and stated to the offi cer in charge that ho wished to enlist into His Majesty's army. "'Well, my man, what regiment do yon prefer to join," asked the_ officer, "Well," re plied, tlio recruit' "I should like to join the cavalry." "Cavalry!" repeated the head of tho recruiting department. "All right mv man, do you know anything about ];orses?" "Do I know anything about horsesi?" replied the would-b> recruit seriously, "Why, I backed a winner and two seconds yesterday!"

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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TOMMY'S MISTAKE [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

TOMMY'S MISTAKE Tlie Tommy on leavo from the front had boon given a freo railway pass to take .him homo to see his people, and lie utilised part of his brief 'holiday to' get married.. On the return journey, when iho ticket inspector asked to see Iris pass lie produced by accident his mar riage lines. Tho inspector handed the paper back with tlie glimmer of a smile. "This is a ticket for a very long and .wearisome journey, young man," he said, "but not on this line."

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

WIT AND HUMOR. From an evening paper headline: : "What can tlie Butchors Do? -Ask the "Kaiser. The phrase of to-day: "As we pro- J dieted." (All tho newspapers on tho Coalition Ministry). There's no place like home. After ( all, it's tho only place where a man cam be just as disagreeable as he likes. Things we should like to see illustra ted: "Turks bury 3000 in an Armis tice." (Daily paper headline). Do not he misled by that Headline: "America's Coming Campaign. only refers to next year's presidential election. Things are looking pretty black m Constantinople., "Even tho breai, says Reuter, "is getting of a very daik color." "1 salute my battle-tried troeps," says Frcmz Josef. We can quite im agine that-tho Austnans hav0 iounci the Kusisans very trying. We note that tho Daily R1-ai1' in pur" ! uance of its policy of telling tho coun try the worst, is even spelling Permysi Przemysl again. There 'has been a lot of talii lately about German-American relations; Jm even a Dutch uncle is...

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500-MILE CHORUS. FLASHED DOWN THE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

500-MILE CHORUS. .ASHED DOWN THE LINE. The United Press publishes from Mr William Philip Smite, its correspond ent "with tho French Army at the Front," t'ho following graphic descrip tion of tho reception, of tho news of Italy's entry into tlio war by tlic sol dier's ill tho' trenches. :"A mighty chorus from 2,000,000 throats sweeping' down 500 miles from tho North Sea to the Swiss border In a thunderous refrain of "La Marseil laise' greeted the welcomo news that Italy had entered t'ho war against Aus tria. King Victor signed the declara tion of war in Koine at two o'clock on tho Sunday afternoon. France was immediately notified, and M. Millerand the Minister for War, flashed it to General Joffro at general headquarters. With scarcely a second's delay it went rushing down, the ranks, the telephone operators on tho front line observation posts Hashed it on to the troops blaz ing away at the Germans iu the trench es, to everybody, everywhere.. - "Along tho lino there seemed to come a ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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FIGHT IN CELLAR. GRIM STORY OF THE WAR. MANY BRAVE ACIS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

FiGHT W CELLAR. GRIM STORY OF THE WAR. MANY BRAVE AOIS. A French officer gives a vivid account of the victory at Carency: I can only call to mind one thing. I will tell you it; at the samo time it struck me very much. We had actually entered the. village, and were advanc ing on the four groups of houses con taining in the cellars a numbei of Germans. After 3. short fusillade we formed ft party; of soldiers to go aud enter the place. I took command. Very carefully we approached. Our recption was none too cordial, but we managed to descend the cellars where tho Germans were waiting, undoubtedly prepared for our coming. "When we did pass into the cellars, we got :v disagreeable surprise for so mo twenty Prussians were standing with' fixed bayonets at ono end of the room, Between these men and ourselvos, how ever ,->vei'e stacked up piles of Gerxnan dead. Tho atmosphere was stifling. Ono felt faint to be there. "No time to think or wonder, for the Germans charged over their own com r...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "fiustietus.' Perhaps even more importance, than the seeding ilia<i sowing of permanent pasture lands is their maintenance. However well seeded and however.well sown a pasture may have been, rears of® continuous stocking will exhaust to largo extent much of- the available plant food. Stock consume much limo, potasli, nitrogen, and phosphoric acid in consuming the grasses and clovers. For some years marked deterioration in the carrying capacity of our grass lands has been notod. Where the country has been sufficiently undulating, and the means of communication good the prac tice of top-dressing pasture with arti ficial 'fertilisers has made remarkable development. The use of one fertiliser, uamely, basic slag, has increased of lato years by leaps and bounds. The roason for this was that in districts with suit able conditions the effcet of the appli cation of a dressing of such a fertiliser was to stimulate the growth of the pas ture land, and so iucre...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Correspondence. [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents under this heading.—Ed.] HOVELL v. SAN REMO. (TO THE EDITOR POWLETT EXPRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

Correspondence. . 4 [We are not responsible for the opinions expressed by correspondents under this heading.-Ed.] HOVBLL v. SAN REMO. (TO THE EDITOR POWLETT EXPRESS.) Sir,-Allow mo to add my pebble to the vast cairn of criticism which has been raised is connection with the above subject. The first result of Captain Hovell's visit to Western port was the establishment by the then Governor of New South Wales of a convict settlement at the place now known as Settlement Point. Doubtless the intrepid explorer had no such thought in his head when making his observations, but the incident is at least an infelicitous one in his career. The penal settle ment was soon abandoned. Why seek to perpetuate in these parts the memory of a man whose travels narrowly escaped inflicting on the law abiding residents of Westernport the lasting stain of feloniy. I give my support first, last, and all the time to retention of the present name of San Reino. I have seen a portrait of the original Saint Remo ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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FEAR AND HYPNOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

FEAR AND HYPNOTISM. Surgeons with the armies describo a I peculiar-mental condition-the "iiy'p | liosis of battle"-which they have no ticed in certain soldiers who had been fighting a short timo before. This hypnotic state, lasts from two to three days to a week and even longer, then consciousness suddenly returns. The victim is incapable of walking unless pushed or led by the hand, but when placed on his. feet stands erect ruul mo tionless, with the head bent forward and the eyes half closed. Ho cannot be awakened, but is not in a statu of coma. In some i«stances a condition of hallucinatory delirium appears when verbal inquiry is made of the patient | as to 'his experiences in battle. The hypnosis is met with oftenest in young men from cities. Fatigue and starva tion are the chief predisposing causes, and physical or psychic violenco the cxciting causc. Is there (asks a. writer in "Science Sittings") any relation be tween this condition and the fascina tion said to bo exercised by...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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FOR WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

FQ& WOMEN (By "Ambrosine.") a In an interesting account of what women arc doing'in jNTevi- Zealand is stated that while c-verv iuau in the Dominion is at present thinking . and talking about active service either for himself or someone else, the enthusiasm which has actuated so much effort is by no means confined to men. of the- com munity. New Zealand women, no less than tliflir soldier husbands and bro thers are keenly anxious, to do what they .may to help; the only bar to their en . thusiasm has been hick of opportunity to express it in some practical way. Auckland women have come to the fore by establishing a women's branch of the National Reserve, their object being to assist and furth'-'r as far as- pos sible the aims and objects of the men, and to be prepared to do a little on their own account should occasion ever arise. With, all other Auckland women, they have taken active part in, the work for the wounded which -has lately been go ing forward, but, in addition, th...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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IS MILK BEST IN WINTER? [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

IS MILK BEST IN WINTER? it has always been believed that milk, butter, and other dairy products are at their best in the spring aud sum mer, when the cows have the best pas tures. But recent investigations con ducted by tho Massachusetts State Board of Health fail to bear out this widespread popular belief. They indi cate, on the contrary, that under cur rent conditions the milk obtained in summer is, if anything, somewhat infer ior in quality to that obtained in the winter -when the cows are shut up in stables. These investigations further showed that many of th{ claims as to the superiority of certain breeds of cows as milk-producers, should be taken with large grains of salt, or, at least, not acecpted until they have been put to the most searching proof. Some thing which may help to account for the improved quality of milk in winter is the fact that when milk is kept at a low temperature the bacteria in it do not multiply so rapidly. At a temper ature of 50 deg. the bacteria in ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

IF YOU'RE GOING IN FOR IT is written by one of the world's foremost experts on the raising of chicks-a man who knows from actual experience how to succeed in the poultry business. He tells how he hit upon the idea of the moistened sand tray-one exclusive fea ture of "PRAIRIE-STATE" INCUBATORS /SSSESiSSjj which ensures hatching a ~ larger number of strong, vigorous chicks that live, thrive, and grow into money-earning fowls. It's froo for tha asking-writo {or ii. SEND FOR OUR FREE BOOK TO DAY. 13 & ©UW LTD. 5SS Botirke St., ftjolboumo. Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. u \Y TORE ill® TOW WHOLESOME. 335 TEAKS. cJDS fs^ u lA Prare Fremcln Grape n U Cognac The Original House of Igjl STEWART, Edinburgh Founded 1779. 250r6 SWANS TON STREET, MELBOURNE Telephone, 1006. Established 40 Years. "T\/T ANUFACTURERS of Tents, Tarpaulins, Rick Covers, Flags, etc. Also all of the above can be hud on Hire. Verandah and Win down Blinds. Importers of Cauvas, Duck, Twine. Bunting, etc. Reap...

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Powlett River District A,. P. and H. Society. LIST OF DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 3 September 1915

Powlett River District A,. ] P. and H. Society. LIST OP DONATIONS. J. M. Peck and Sons £220 Pearson, Rowc and Smith... 1 1 o McPhail Bros, and Co 1 1 o James Moore and Son o 10 . 6 William S. Cook o 10 6 New Zealand Insurance Co. o 10 6 Sir Willie 111 Irvine 1 1 o Michaciis, Hallenstein and Co ,. ... o 10 6 J. Craig- o 10 6 W. Fincher o 10 6 F. Hartley o io 6 Harrison Lee ... o 10 6 D. O'Brien o 10 6 W. Tooher ; -0106 J. S. Williams . o 10 6 II Lloyd 1 0 Q Bank of Victoria x j 0 McKcever and Co. 1 1 o C. A. Daly ... ... ... ... o 10 6 C. MoIToy ......... .... o 10 6 Geo. Hollins ... 2 2 o D. J. Fraser 400 Colonial Bank ... ... 100 Trewin Bros. .. ... ... 100 J. A. Walker ... ... ... ... ... 0 10 6 R. Koctsveld ... ...... ... ... o 10 6 Alf. Jackson ... 1 j 0 11. Graham ... 050 Clias. Steinholdt... ... ... ... ? x 0 Geo. Dowcll ... o 10 6 J. Ridgwav ... ... .. ... ... 0 5 o \Y. Garnham ... ... ... ... ... 0'10 6 j. Big-gar.;. ... ... ... ... ... 1 , 0 James Daly ... ... ... ... ... x...

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