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DON'T WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
DON'T WORRY. Live in the present, (leal with the present, master the present, make the most and 'best of the passing hour, and (lbn't waste it by distressful re grets about the past, or paralysing fears about the future. Grip the ever prosent now. By this thorough-going concentration 011 to-day you are most completely redeeming your yester days, and doing your best for your possible but uncertain to-morrows. It is of 110 use crying over spilt milk; it is of 110 use to grieve concern ing what is absolutely inevitable or irretrievable, and because the events and relationships of your life will not run smoothly. If you have done your best, an angel could do 110 more. If you have an evil day approach ing, an unpleasant hour in front of you, or any kind of disagreeable duty or engagement whatever, meet it without, delay. It is better, as ft rule, to voluntarily face if sooner, than be compelled to do so later. Be like- the man iu the moon-he sees a lot but never says a word. !
FOR THE FARMER. BETTER FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
F0R THE FARMER. BETTER FARMING. More and moro careful systematic methods o£ farming are rapidly gain ing ground in this country. The in-" creased price of land makes such es sential to success, and no known sys tem will put farming on a better basis than following Nature's method of lcecpiug up the fertility of the lan;i and in a great measure this is what green manuring is. Dame Nature had no plough to turn under the fall ing leaves of the bush hills, but she left time to do the work, and it is the accumulated humus so formed from which cur bush farmers are reaping their returns to-day. On much of our land fertilisers will 'be required to produce a good crop for ploughing in, for it is poor econ omy to plough in a poor one. Money so spent will be returned a hundred fold, and the permanent fertility of the land built up. On heavy land the ploughing in of such crops as peas, vetches, clover, etc., is particularly valuable, for doing so often converts an unkindly di(ficult-to-work lan...
CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
^CHAPTER XX. On August 2 Peter Bellsiirs saw his wife off to Melbourne. He had got her ail excellent berth, her maid ac companied her, and she was surround ed by every comfort. She had plenty of money and a good outfit, and she was going to see the person whom she loved best in the wide world. Yes, of late she felt that she loved Ralph better even than her husband, for Bellairs, though kind, was cold and had ceased to show her those little at tentions and to .utter those words of affection which used to fill her heart. Even at the moment of parting he re mained a distinguished and somewhat hard figure, but his wife, a woman of small brains, had made up lier mind that he had never discovered the theft of the diamonds, or he would assur edly have spoken to her on the sub ject, and that at the end of a year he would be as glad as in the old days to welcome li'er back to Sunnyside. At the very last Bellairs" forced himself to kiss the woman, whom lie regarded as a thief, on her forehead...
IS CLIPPING SAFE? [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
IS. CLIPPING SAFE? It is not uncommon among dairy cows to find the udder covered with a dense growth of long hairs, which, although they may be ot some protec tion to the udder, nevertheless, from the standpoint of sanitation and com fort to She cow during milking, are a detriment. Under ordinary farm con ditions they are generally covered with filth, and even in the best-kept dairies, unless clipped, collect some dust and filth. Furthermore, because of their location, it is highly probable that some of them will find their way into the milk pail during milking. In order that such condtions may not oc cur, these hairs should be clipped close once or twice each year, there by preventing collection of filth and permitting greater ease in washing the udder.
MANURING POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
MANURING POTATOES. , Potatoes, like all other crops, re 'fiuiro a complete manure, viz., a ma nure containing nitrogen, phosphoric aciil and potash, lime also if the soil is deficient in this necessary consti tuent. Nitrogen inay be used in var ious forms-blood and bone, sulphate of ammonia, or nitrate of soda. If the first is used, it is better to slpply it at the time of planting, as it is much slower in its action than either of the others; the sulphate of am monia is sometimes applied at plant ing time also, but it is better applied afterwards as a top dressing when the plants are two or three inches high. With regard to nitrate of soda, this is so extremely soluble that it should only be applied when the crop is near ly ready Tor earthing up. Phosphates may be used in various forms, super, boncdust, or slag, according to the nature of the soil or the particular fancy of the user. In any case, a lib eral dressing is necessary. Potash is best applied in the form of sulphate of po...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
L. R MARTIN, BUTCHER, WILEY Bess fttinouQCQ that h* i.s BUSKING A CAKT INTO TUNGAMAH TIVICK \VJE£KLY. (YVedoesd&y and Saturday; A Share of Patronage Respectfully So icited. SOUOSKS LIQUID FACK POWDER. Tn theso days of out-door life-motoring, fiolfiug, boating, c.-a reliable and harm Its^ liquid potv.:':'* in one of the h&lt; cu-ts tir-s of life. Soros s Liquid Face Pmvdfir i found by expert* to b« ;i perfcstly inrn!u.ihle preparation and a decided iinprovoniont on who oltl-faahioned - ry powder Bi sid«\s im proving the uppearai ce it act« as » «hie)d to the delieate akin of t\v fa:e apaiost hot wi» da, . iipf.. Rtiinfn'? aiK' ofh^r (Xtrauenus matter. Price 2* 9d. Obtains!) e at P* C. Phillip*' Faucy Goods Store, Tut^&inah. When you r.re not sewing (he "Drophead" Machine makes a splendid tabic, and the jnachine itscif it shut away out of the reach of the dust and the children. WARD LROS. "Drophead'' costs Pounds le:;s than ethers, freight paid to your station....
MARRIAGE CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
SI AE HI AGS CONDITIONS. Sydney _ "Town and Country Jour nal." _ replying 10 "jmjuirer," writes: i.Hijjediu. cj;l:i io marriage are either tanoiiical or civil, iho evil impedi .jjouC. sack as prior marriage, iuiuey, 'un.icy, or mental incapacity, and the violation of'the essential statutory pro '."iiii-.'i, renders the marriage absolute ly vjid. 'l'iio impediment, suck as relationship within the pro hibited degress, Iraud, force,or duress, renders it voidable only, that is iko parties having the option to treat the union as binding or aui binding. Such ?] marnr.ge is, unicss set aside on the petition of one of the parties dun;:;;, their lilclhne by a court of competent' jurisdiction, valid for all civil pur poses, but when set aside is void irom the beginning. The yible of prohibit ed degrees as ' ? contained in tile .Act of Hcnrv VliL, pro rides that a ma;: may not marry his grundmt/Jier, grandfather's "wife, wife's grandmother, i:&lt;thei"'s sister, Diothr-r's sister, lath...
Love's Arithmetic. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
Love's Arithmetic. One smile makes a flirtation. One flirtation makes two acquaint cd. Two acquainted makes one kiss. One kiss makes several more. Several kisses make an engage ment. One engagement makes two blind persons. Two blind persons make one mar riage. One marriage makes two mothers in-law. Two mothers-in-law make a red-hot time. "How many people work in your office?" asked one city man of an other. "Oh, I should say. at a rough guess, about two-thiids of them!" was th? .eply.
PEOPLES OF THE PAST. Interesting Researches in Peru. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
PEOPLES OF THE PAST. interesting Researches in Peru. A scientific gentleman, whose llfo ttcrk has been cast in fascinating places for one with a bent of serious thought, is Dr. F. V.", Yollmann, who off and on for the past five years has been engaged in archaeological re search ir 7eru- That couutry is fa vored among achaeologists because what is kno-.vn o£ its fascinating his tory opens up illimitable fields for sci entific speculation, and no man can do research work there for .five years on onil without becoming known to the world of serious thought. Some of the evidence of Dr. Vollmann's ar duous toil are to be found to-day in the Peabody Museum, Boston, in. Mun ich, Germany, the Carnegie Museum at Pittsburg, and the Field Museum at Chicago, and not a few of the Pe ruvian contributions made through Dr. Gaft'ron £o the Natural History Museum of New York were discov ed by Dr. Yollmann. In reply to a request, Dr. Voilmann told how he net about his research work in the strange count...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XIX. Sheila might^tot have allowed Mrs. Murphy to leave her so quickly had she not observed Shamus coming to lier. "Shamus," she exclaimed, "such a queer old woman has been here. I have just parted from her because she would not stay. She was dressed in the style of a hundred years ago, ?but I think she w#s really very nice, and she seemed deeply interested in me, Shamus. I found the poor thing with her eyes full of tears and her face scarlet as though she had been crying, and I am sure that O'Donne'il was rude to her. Do you know, Sha mus, dear, that she mad such a very funny request.' She begged and im plored of me not to go outside of the grounds unless I had someone with 'me. Of course, if you were at home I should be quite all right, but that darling 'The . O'Doyle does not care to walk much and^...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS LETTERS. [Where the tenn "The Commonwealth" is used in connection With these rates aud regulation a it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS LETTERS. [Where the tenn "The Common wealth" is used in connection With these rates aud regulation a it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] I'or every J ou"co or fraction thereof." i'or delivery within the Common wealth q ]_ For delivery in the British Em _ Pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides' Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 I'or delivery in other places . 0 2* LETTER CARDS. l&lt;or delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each j.reply, Id. each half. I'or delivery m the British Empire (soo list of places under "-Letters")-Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and iorres Islands-Single, 2d. each, if, ,d0llve,O' ia other places- Single. 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with the lei. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to placeB within the Commonwealth, and . IT *k°Be places, enumerated uuder Letters," to which ...
Tungamah v. Mulwala. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
Tungamsh v. Mulwala. A bye-match between the above clubs was played on Jubilee Park on Saturday. Tungamah, however, put a very mediocre team into the field, and this result was only effected &nbsp; after a delay that was decidedly discourteous to the visitors and irri- tating to the spectators who paid for admission. There were legitimate grounds for the absence of some members of the team, but the half hearted interest taken as a whole in a fixture that should have proved an eye-opener to the local lads — as show- ing their true calibre in the face of their recent victories — made the op- portunity an utterly wasted one. Minus the services of such leading lights as Daly, the Ludemans, Potter, Whimpey, and with one or two other foremost men working like unoiled machinery, the team was shorn of its backbone. Mulwala did not bring their strongest contingent, nor did they put forth their best efforts, otherwise their final lead would have been far more formidable. Individual me...
DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 9 July 1914
DOOKIE. Last Thursday, on his farm at Dookie, Mr T. J. Anderson had a re- markable experience. He was burning a large log in one o£ the paddocks. Noticing smoke issuing from the other and he took some sprigs and set a fire going there also. An iguana of an exceptionally large size ran out, sur- prising Mr Anderson, who jumped backwards, tripped and fell. The vicious reptile vented its fury upon the person on the ground, tearing at his waistcoat and shirt. Several blows with the hand by Mr Andarson were not sufficient to ward off the assailant. With splendid presence of mind he drew a knife from his pocket and ripped it into the iguana's body. This was the finishing stroke, much to the relief of Mr Anderson. A sensational bolt occurred last week in Mary-street, when a horse attached to a gig, the property of Mr Samuel Johns, became suddenly star- tled and bolted. Finding its course checked at length, the animal attempted to clear a wire fence. It was success- ful in its leap, but it ...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS LETTERS. [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with, these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 July 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATION# LETTERS. [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with, these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.! For ©very J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth. 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire .. . .. 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Bauks, and Torres Island* .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. cach reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (sea list of places under "Letters")-Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands-Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places- Single, 2Jd. each. POST CAIIUS. Single Postcards impressed with the Id. stamp, and Reply or double oards, each half of which has tlio Id. stamp impressed thereon, may bo transmitted to places withiu tho Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated under "Letters," to which letters may ...
"WONDERS OF THE SOUTH SEAS." [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 July 1914
"WONDERS OF THE SOUTH SEAS." jrr. Jack London, the novelist, spent four years on si cruise of exploration among tho primitive races of the is lands of ilio Southern Pacific. One of' liis companions took a series of views, partly slide, but mainly moving pictures, illustrative of the habits and customs of various peoples, and of tho physical features, the plants and animals of the islands. Among' tho islands visited were Fiji, the Solomon; New Guinea, Borneo, Sumatra, and .Java. Jt is remarkable how willingly the people allowed themselves to lie photographed. liven in places which ' arc said to have been hitherto unex plored by white men, the natives, natu rally wild and shy, obviously showed much delight in posing for the cine matograph. .Some strange methods of personal adornment were illustrated. One man had as many as lj hole:, in his nose in which ho stuck feathers and pieces of wood; another had car rings of spent cartridges, and a f^irl pruudly displayed » set of teeth, each o...
THE DRUG IN THE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 July 1914
THE DRUG IN THE MARKET. The fact that .opium to the valuo ot £12,00U,0u0 is denied access to the Chi nese market gives liso to some mixed reflections- Great Britain is the cham pion ot Christianity in tliewJTar East, au«i is the natural protector of those trailing under her flag, ami it occasion ally happens to be impossiblo to maiu tain two roles. The editor of the .. Re publican Ailvocate," (Shanghai), has a few straight things to say: ".Much though 0110 may sympatbiso with t ho iinancial loss which the pie sent stringent regulations against opi um in the provinces must involve, there is a vital moral principle, far outweighing every financial considera tion which the British Government has to face in the present solution of thj problem. It is a question which not only involves the sacred rights of hu manity, but, also, of whether the Gov ernment is prepared to l'ace the re sponsibility of millions of Chinese whose welfare for bad or for worso depends upon the issue of the present...
THE TACTFUL WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 July 1914
THE TACTFUL WOMAN. A woman of tact is the oiig who feels that the story told to hurt your feel ings is essentially bad form, and incon siderate of the feelings of other. A woman of tact is the woman who is courteous to old people, who laughs with the young, and who mal:es her self agreeable to all women in all con ditions of life. A woman of tact is the one who makes her gocd-morning a pleasant greeting, her visit a bright spot in the day, and her good-hye a hope that she may come again. A woman of tact is one who does not gauge people by their clothes or their riches, but who condemns bad manners. A woman of tact is one who is cour teous under all circumstances and in every condition in which she may he placed. A woman of tact is one whose love for humanity is second only in her life's devotion, and whose watch word is unselfishness.
VENICE AND ITS NEW CAMPANILE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 July 1914
VENICE AND ITS NEW CAM -**? PANILE, On St. Mark's Day, when the in auguration of the new Campanile took place, it was announced that the; Patriarch of Venice had received from the Pope an autograph rescript blessing the great hell-tower and re joicing at its resurrection. " Resur rection" is the correct word, says the "Illustrated London News," for when the Campanile fell on July 11, 190S, four of the live bells were de stroyed. These have been replaced at the personal cost of the Pope. All live bells keep the names of the hells 01' old : there is " Marangona," the Carpenters' bell, which vras sounded at dawn and sunset to regulate the hours of work in the dockyards of Venice ; "Nona," which was rung at noon ; "Meaza-tcrza," which announ ced the meetings of the Senate ; "Trottiera," which was rung to call the nobles to the Grand Council, and was so called from the clatter of Slieir mules' hoofs; and "Malefico," which was rung when a prisoner was put to death. Venice, with its canals...
BACHELORS' EXCUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 July 1914
BACHELORS' EXCUSES. At a wedding breakfast the bache-' lors were called upon to give their reasons for remaining so. The following were among them "I am like the frog in the fable, who, though he loved the water, would not jump into the well because he could not jump out again." "I am too selfish, and honest enough to admit it." "I prefer, on the one hand, liberty, refreshing sleep, the opera, midnight suppers, quiet seclusion, dreams, ci gars, a bank account, and club to-on the other hand-disturbed rest, cold meat, baby linen, soothing syrup, rock ing-horses, bread pudding, and empty pockets." "I have a twin brother, and we have never had a secret from one another. He is married." A promising young merchant re cently presented his better half with a handsome piano lamp. He was much flattered when she told him to give it his name, until he asked her reasons for so peculiar a proceeding. "Well," said she, "you know, dear, it has a good deal of brass about it; it is handsome to look a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 July 1914
S0K03ES LIQUID FACE POWDER. In these days of oni-donr life-motoring, golliny, linnliug, f c.-a rclialili: anil li.u'in Irs* liquid pnwIiT ii nm: of tlic »rcpfsllie.H of lift1. Sornsts Uf|ni&lt;1 I'.icc IVuvdrr h found by rxpnilii tn be n pwlivt.ly Mr preparation and a &lt;1 r-r-i&lt;tr:«l irnprnvr-mont r.n ihft ol.\-1.»itivfin.p'1 diy jnwiier. Hr-ddrs im proving thf »p|w»arai.t-i» ii u.-li m a .shield to the dfilinnlo I'tin of the i.v.'p n^fiinnt hot winds, duali smuts snd oiiir-r rxtrancons matter. Price 2s Pd. O'jtaiinb'e nt P1 C. I'jiiilip' I'+ovf Gopd* £tprc, Y;OB PRINTING doje nt The Express rfficfl at Melbourne price?. A trial solicited. PUBLIC NOTICES PIGS PIGS. P'GS wanted in any quantity Highi'&t Prices and) moro than ?'I. SPOT GAS11. GEORGE EDGELL, TungBtnali. 8S KLIZAUKTH STREET, MELIK >UKNE UL VICTORIA AVENUE, ALBEK.T PARK M. L- THOMAS (Recorded by llio Dental Board of Victoria), cousideis your interests, so consult us duiing ! our visi...