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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

OBUROB OF ENGLAND. Rector : Rev. G. W. Carter. R.D. Th.L* Second Sunday after Trinity. Seymour-10.15 a.m. Holy Baptism; 11 a.m. Holy Communion; 7 p.m. Even ing Prayer. Avenel-3 p.m. Evening Prayer.

FEED AND WARMTH. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

rEED AND WARMTH. That exposure to cold renoeisf it necessary for stock to sustain them selves bi an increased consumption of food is evident enough from the effects of exposure to a low tempera ture on even our own appetites. The natural temperature, of a cow is about 100 deg.-Many degrees hicher than the ordinary temperature of our climate. Hence there must be some Irovision in the animal's body to sustain the heat which the colder air constantly withdraws from it. The fuel for the production of this heat consists of those incredients from which nitrocen is absent and carbon 'resent. It has been found by scien tists that the carbon (14 oz.) on an average daily consumed by man is much below that consumed by a cow (70 oz.). The lower the temperature to which we expose stock. the creater will be the demand for carbon. or (cod. to retain the natural tempera ture. The cnantity of food (or fuel) necessary to sustain the constant and natural temperature of the body must vary accodrine to ...

THE WEAPON NEEDED. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

THE WEAPON NEEDED. Under a "sketchy little thing," ex hibited by Jones, there hangs a card which bears the words:- / "Do not touch with canes or um brellas. " An appreciative boy added the fo towing postsaeript. ' ."'he Axe."

AUTUMN MANOEUVRES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

AUTUMN MANOEUVRES. "I've manuaged it!" exclaimed Mr. Ranusome boisterously, meeting his wife iin the hall. '"Interiviewcd Hubert Fairgray in) town, and screwed an invitation out, of hn. .. Ha, hIa! it toboe a bit of doing, but 1 gave him such a plain hint that at last he was obliged to ask us down." "1Needlecss to say you aicepted, Art 'Rather! You see, I did him na good turn in the .city sole time ago, so realiy lhe owes. me something of tile kind. It'll be a nice, cheap little ex tra holiday for us. I've several days' leave due to ie. Yes, iwell go along to old t'airgray's, and, once we get settled, he'll lhave the pleasure of our collmpany for at least a week il" " Where did you say lhe'd gone to live, now lie's retiredl from business?" "At the seaside, Editli-Southbcach, as a matter of fiiet. Thati's why I got the idea into miy ihead." "Al! a fashionable place, with all autumni and initer seasonL. 'There'il lie plenty of visitors." "And amuseoments, tool You won't find it dull:"...

MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (FIorom our Special Correspondent.) The .aitiiuig gap botweeu ' uppl¶ and deimand ii tilt iimatter of ihtousec in the nletropoliittn , irea has been givei niuch proniiiiience lately. Bui.d lug ihas IIroceeded apace for some1 tiu inl spite of the ifact that cost of ima telial and labour ilakes it a iilriid. able lundcialtlliig no:adavs. But stl the cry of tilhe hlieicss. is in the land Agents are iiesieg.d by applicants loi a place wherein to bestow their Lare: and Psnaies 'The average agent ii not easily eimibarrassjd, but it is doubtless, sae to a1sotrt that soum oj themi would be satistlicd to be leso sought afterilc. IRnts are, of-course. soarintg. It is oesy to get retutrns in this way that plheis' liousp piropertic; hi hi in the stnae of iemuintorativo in voetments. Newi residential areas are belg addedtl to popularii suburbs witt astonishing celerity. The district whclic has l alrern as its centre, is miaking parttiuarly rapid progress. lThe splendidt syvtein ...

ALL CLOCKS TO KEEP TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

ALL CLOCKS TO KEEP TIME. Every day at noon Greenwich time is telegraphed to the post-offices of the chief towns in the kingdom, but in ac cordance with a reform that is now con templated by the Post Office, for the outlay of £2 a year, busincss houses public institutions, and other large or ganisations can have all their clocks set at Greenwich time every hour. Master clocks nwill be put up at all distributing centres, and these will transmit hourly impulses to the pro mises of persons requiring the service. The cost of synchronizing clocks in this way nwill depend, to a great ex tent, on the number of subscribers in each district. The rates chargeable within a radius of two miles of the district centre are £6 a year when there is only one subscriber on the circuit, £3 a year when there are two subscrib ers, and £2 a year where there are three or more subscribers. Already-the post-olffices are receiving numerous ap plications from the public for signals for the purpose of synchroniz...

CANDLE TO BURN NINE YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

CANDLE TO BURN NINE YEARS. A candle which, if burned continu ously, would last for nine years is being made by a lHaarlem firm, 1and is to be sent to the Vatican to be Ilghtcd on feast days to ithe memory, of Mr. Pier Pont Morgan. The candle will be 1ft. high, will Weigh l00!1, and will cost about £300. 'Thle gold leaf used in decorating it will cost 4;0. It will lhave a square base witlh sides Sin. cwide, and on one or lllse will bie placed an oil painting of Mr Piecrpont Morgan. If the candle is lighted on one day Only. in each year it will last for 3b Years.

WEDDED IN A WHITE SMOKING JACKET. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

WEDDED IN A WHITE SMQKING JACKET. Among-the host of New York's s. 'z brides thie palm for originality is unani mously accorded- to Miss Katherine Burritt, who was.recently married to Mr. Harold H. Deeming. The couple were married in the studio of the bride's parents, and tihe keynote of he ceremony was unconventionality. The bridegroom wore a smoking-jaokot of white vicuna, finished with white -a tin, and his trousers were adorned with broad stripes of white silk at the sides. The bride wore a long-trained, sleeve ess mediaeval gown of white satin char meuse, olaboratey trimmed with ropes of pearls, and a cap similarly ornam ented. She had no orange blossom or bouquet. Her robe concealed her figuro when she stood, but revealed it at every movement, and was declared by the 500 faslhionableo guests to be superbly beau tifiul. The studio was illuminated with thou sands of candles instead of electric lights, and the walls were draped with Oriental hangings. The conventional orchestra, p...

MEAT VERSUS VEGETABLES FOR FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

MEAT VERSUS VEGETABLES. FOR FOWLS. Six generations of liens were fed ex clusively on raw flesh by Mr. F. Houssay, by way of experiment, which lasted seven years. At first the ao tion of the meat seemed favorable, and at the end of two years, says "Cos mos," the increase in the size of the birds and improvement of. their laying and plumage would have led to the con clusion that this diet was benefloial. As time went on, however, there were signs of poisoning and organio fatigue; deforming arthritis appeared, only cured by a return to vegetables. All the organs were greatly modified, and heredity of thesa changes was beyond doubt, as they were found on chicks; before they were old enough to be af fected by growth. Mr. Houssay also noted that the flesh diet was particularly injurious to the germs and consequently to the breed. In fact, the percentage of fer tile eggs fell from 100 to 6.85 during the experiment. The vitality of the chickens likewise decreased continually, and the number...

HARNESSING THE TIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

HARNESSING THE TIDES. According to Mr. C. A. Battiscomnbe, 1.S.E., in the next century steam pow er and electricity for driving trains will be altogether superseded. lie says that the day is not far off when cities will be lighted, meals cook ed, and locomotives driven by tidal power. This idea does not seemn in any waray unworkable, for few people realise to what extent tidal power is put every day of the yearain propelling ships, and, in the ense of tidal basins, in raising vessels of enornmous tonnage. There are a iumber of places on the West Coast of England between Pen zance and Hlolyheadl that are excel lently :adapted for central tidal sta tions, and sub-stations might easily be established at fifty-mile, inter\-vls. Mr. Battiscombe believes tlhat a tidal unit mtight be obtained at a cost.of only about one-eighth of a penny, inclutding everything, as compared with fromtt 1d to 2d. under the power systems now in use.

CORESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

CORESPONDENTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EXPRESS. Sir.-At a meeting of the Sey mour Ladies' Swimming Club on Wednesday night it was decided, owing to the present position of the box being unsuitable for their requirements, to dispose of same. As a large number of boys in Sey mour East take a great interest in swimming, it was suggested that they be given the first opportunity of securing the shed for their own use, and a motion was carried cfer ing it to them on condition that they paid for its removal to some other part of the river. We, there fore, take this opportunity of ad vising the residents of that locality that this offet will remain open. until the 25th inst., and if not availed of, the shed will be sold. It is believed that the boys have sufficient. funds in hand for the purpose, and we trust they will carry out this proposal. Yours, etc., M. TAYLOR, Hon. Sec. L.S.C.

NOTICED SOME CHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

NOTIOED SOME CHANGES. The old gentleman had returned to -the home ot his boyhood for the first time in ton years or more, and on tue last occasion ho had writteii "and ife"" after his name on the hotel re gister. Of course, the keeper of the little tavern was glad to see hini, and grasped him warmly by the hand. "Ain't grown a day older than when you was here last," lie said. - "No?" said the old gentleman, half inquiiringly. "Not a day," returned the tavern-. lkeeper emphatically. "Your wlfe seems to have chaagcd- more'n you." Ol1,i yes; leastways, she does to se. Looks thinner than when you was here last." "Indeed!" "Yes. She ain't near so fleshy as she was, accordin' to my recollection. Seems like she's taller too; an' her hair don't look just the same to me, an'-au'-" "And," put in the old. gentleman, softly, "she's not- the same wife, you know." -

Engineer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

S Engineer's Report. The engineer reported as follows : -The formation contract between Tarcombe and UTpton has been com pleted. In the vicinity of Hughes Creek the following works are.required Five'chain drains Half chain log roadway, near Mr Arkcll's Seven chains formation south-west of TeAliste na er Three chains of bank and.culvert at 'Nicked Hill The repairs I at 'Hughes Creek crossing will cdst about £6. Tenders are called for formation1 and draining in Shelton and Smith street, Avenel, on the Avenel ani Nagambie road east of Newtons The formation and gravellin contract in Popple's Lane is coal pleted, also repairs to Northlsnwti road opposite to Northward Park. Hughes Creek crossing, north. east of Sloper's, can bejrepaired at a cost of £6. I have inspected and measured proposed bridge at County Creek (Tarcombe parish), on the bon" dary of Seymour and Goulbonrt shires. A ridge witllh not less th:a three openings of 2Oft. each is re quired' together with heavy ap. proaches. An...

SMOOTHNESS OF TONGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

SMOOTHNESS OF TONGUE. Reference was made to gallantry at a Washington club some time ago wuich recalled to Major-General Wood the soft rejoinder of a polished bachelor. During the social affair one evening at which the bachelor was a guest, so relat-d General Wood, the women won-. dered why he had never married. Op portunity affording a felv m.nutes later one of the fair ones proceeded to satisfy her curiosity. "We ire not a little surprised, Mr. Smith," she said, deftly leading up to the question, "to learn that you had never married. Are you a bachelor from choice?" "Oh, yes," came. the rather too promps reply of Mr. Smith. "Indeed!" reoturned the fair guest, somewhat disconcerted. "Isn't that just a little ungallant?" , "You must ask the women, madam,," called thie soft answer of the bachelor, "it was their ohoice. not mine."

HOME AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

HOME AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT. 'he little chap will work like a tiger lbrjsi- in wood and such things as long ais le knowsl somebody is helping, o It is the jb t ihat must be too. :lone that takes the tuck out of oe aeld u teloi.. Lift a little bit with .ar tittle iman. yclrake plains to gire the boys a good siet plot of ground this season. Get i in shape, provide plenty of lmalnure, < ce !c i tiee have all they can raise. i.a qiuer Iby w ho uwill not bocn thullsiuc over such nll OpPOrtunity. :lii holuse lifd is wuhati you i.uke it If ou do your part; speakiing the kiind weld ad dloing the good cdecd the day eer. will! conoe when 'you are sorry. o. are things that make the leart lid, clecar down to the end of: tille letter lose every cent voun have in the worel tliuin to lose the respect and lore of your boys snd girls. - Din't get a ory- neck and roundl ,houlders looking back:' All your lopei are straighti ahcnd. 1) thiniigs withl a snali aild not with Si el iiiboy Ihaks iuii ...

JOBS FOR STORMY DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

JOBS FOR STORMY DAYS. 'Dear, dear!" exclaimed an elderly gentleman. "It must 'have been a terrible temipest to have destroyed the lighthouse." "Yes," his wife agreed; but how stupid to build it in such. an exposed lpositionl " They say our new magistrate in dulges in mixed metaphors," said a lady to a friend. "Dreadfdll" ex claimned the other. "My husband Says it's much better to keep to -one liquor!" Delighted Mother: "I've just had a letter from my son George, and he tells me he has won a scholarship at school. I can't tell you howv happy I am. It makes me feel-oh-" hoiglibour : "Yes, I quite udder standl your feelings, Mrs. Jones. I felt just the same myself when our little pig carried off a first. prize at tite agricultural show." A lady at Portsmouth was observing a little tug puffing away near to a ship of the line. "There's a man-of-war, my dear," said her husband, pointing to the big ship. "And is the little one a tug-of-war?" she asked. Jack: "How is your sister getting on ...

Avenel. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Avenel. From our own Correspondent. The trustees of the Recreation ground intend, at an early date, to further improve the reserve and make provision so that the pavilion and anti rooms are kept in a clean and wholesome condition. Although the school committee has done a lot of good work since their inauguration and are a more live body than were the old Board of Advice, still a lot remains yet to be done that can be accomplished by little effort. An observer can not but admire the fine lot of young ladies growing up that are attend ing the local school, who are no doubt receiving a good sound edu cation according to the programme of the school, yet these boys have not the opportunity of learning any trade, such as agriculture or car pentering, that wvill fit them to take their walks in after life. Of course it will be argued that there is no centre in Avenel for teaching these branches of trade, but in regard to learning the knowledge of carpen tering, which should be an accom plis...

Tallarook Club. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

Tallarook Club. A number of players took out cards for the first round of the ladies monthly trophy, four getting below 65 for 13 holes. Miss O'Shea put up a ladies record with 56 for 9 holes. Miss C. Ryan won with 99-35-64, Miss Howe second with 79-14-65, Miss O'Shea third with 76-10-66, Miss Murphy fourth with 89-20-69. The men's monthly trophy was won by M. Darcy, 95-12-83; S. Meadows second, 106-22-84. K. Porter won the ball for best gross with 93. A team from the Glencairn club will visit Tallarook next Saturday. Play will commence at 1.30 sharp. Ladies will provide afternoon tea.

GOLF. Seymour Club. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 19 June 1914

GOLF. Seymour Club. The second round for the Presi dents .rophy was played on Satur day, when H. Adams with 99-18-81 won, andlH. L. Lomax second and D. M'Lachlan third. 'The one stick competition for Mr Tattam's trophy wilt- be played over 9 holes on Saturday. Ladies and gentlemen to take part. Play will commence at 2 p.m. sharp. On Wednesday next, the second round for the Goldie trophy will be played. Play will commence at 2 o'clock sharp. Oin Wednesday the- qualifying round for the M'Lachilan trophy was played, and several good cards were handed in - The following were the best eight and will play to a finish:- Mrs Oakley 96-36-60, Mrs Lomax 96-23-73, Mrs Ieete 88-13-75, Miss O'Shea 93-15-78, Mrs M'Cormack 87-7-80, Mrs Tat tam 93-12-81, Mrs Clydesdale 109 27-82, Miss Moody 118-36-82. The draw will be announced on Satur day.

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