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LIVE STOCK. SHORTHORNS AT DEAN. SOME NOTABLE ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SHORTHORNS AT DEAN. SOME NOTABLE ANIMALS. IBY OUR AGrRIOULTURAL REPORTEI.] The fertile volcani'c lands of the Dean and Newlyn district mark them out as well fitted for the production. of high class Shorthorn cattle.. Throughout the year:there is usually a good stand of grass, while the ample hay stacks that abound in-the neighborhood suggest great possi bilities in hand feeding. The Shorthorn, as a representative of one of our finest beef types, naturally thrives best in rich coun try, and it _was no doubt this fact that induced old 3Mr. Tippett, of Dean, and his sons to devote attention to the breed. The results of their efforts .have been satisfae tory. Starting with a good type, no pains LAde been spared to keep the herd up to a high level of quality. Sires have been ob tained from leading strains, and in the breeding operations on the farm excellent. judgment has been used in the mating and care of the stock. As a natural con sequence, some exceptionally fine Short horns have be...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SMellin's F sefwo weeks old This ? , little .girihas never had I day's illness. "She has now five : teeth, which -she ..icut without triouble," witfes Mrs. V. Park, Waikouaiti, Otago, N.Z. WMelhin's,.mixed as directed with fresh cow's milk, i' s a perfect food for infants. It contains everything ei essential to proper nutrition,, and, can be perfectly. assimilated. Mellin's makes healthy, lappy children" A Book on "The Care of -Ifantsi" is Astrauit-tre WazTs MESESs. GOLLIN & CO. PROPY., LTD.,MELBOURNE. MIELEOURNE COFFEE PALACE, 216 Bourke-street, Melbourne. Most centrally situated, superior Accommodation, leduced tariff.

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BUTTER TRADE IN THE MIDLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BUTTER TRADE IN THE MIDLANDS. BY II. W. OSBORNE. ! A larger quantity of Australian producd should be sold in the Midlands and North of England. This applies to meat and fruit, as well as to butter. There are mil lions of people in those districts, and at present the bulk of their food supplies must be purchased through the port of London, thus involving additional outlay, in railway freight and port charges. Witli regular shipments from Australia to Bris tol on the one-side, and H-Iull on the other, a fair proportion. of the inland trade should be obtained. A few years ago Bris tol received 5300 tons of butter annu ally from Canada; last year this declined. to 408 tons only. Canada ceased shipping produce to hBristol, and the mer chiants in that large city now buy their requirements in London. At present there is a monthly. steamer service between Aus tralia and Bristol, but it is of little value to exporters, because of the delay of seve ral days at London and the uncertainty as to...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FOURTH MAN. [COPYRIGHT.] [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

Tf H E` O .R:H :A TBY AUSTIN PHILIPS. [ZOOPYRIGHT.1 :A: cab "swHung down the', chief:.street of Silchester, -gave a little tuiff-tuff of. warn .i ng and turned :in; at 'the. gateway of. the ';, -rand :Northern- Hotel. 'It. crossed.. the ':court. :yard,. picked a vacant; '10 feet.: in the long file of vehicle?, and pulled up be, side -the kerb: Almost before it stopped its occupant had the door' open; he. handed - his suit ciaee. to a waitiing minion, fee'd :: the .: driver, and followed the minion. through .the- revolving .glass-paned entrande into tje :hotel. The :hall porter,.:magnifi rent it r'iaid: 'id buttons,. saluted,, and . ca?em ' tm o. h.is. side. .:,.., I:: ave. you. bookedi, a:, .room, ,sir "" .he S2 ked w -i?th a .iint inclination of..tlihe dread. -? Yes. :i trote f ron: Lancaster y'est -' Sdal.y. .1 sippose it's .all right . , .i- ? si'." .,The hall p,.o1rte .turned to : another underling. "Jackson, take this gentleman's :bag. We've. ebeen .very . full till to-day--out...

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THE DEXTER KERRY COW. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THE DEXTER KERRY COW., The DTextler Kerry stands out ainongs the dairy breeds as unrival!ed in hie; qualifications as a householder':s coW. She is eminently suitable for all cla ses and for all soils; an excellent milker, a r(ady fat tener, small feeder and capable 'f thriving in ladver;e ciriunstinces, of ,o)d ap Deiarance and with a robust cronstitution. It has been aptly said of them that "they are equally at home on hillsitde as on the rich gra.ss o.ba large demesne." It can also be claimed for the Dexter Kerry that cross ing with other breeds gives satisfactory re sults, such as the Shorthorn where beef is required. The resulting progeny milk well and fatten quickly. The flesh is espe eially well flavored, marbled and succulenL; The joints are just the size for a family trade. When crossed with the Channel Island cattle, 'the results for butter are highly satisfactory. T?hev have shown marked improvement in Australia and acclimatised admirably. Mfr. L. L. 1Ramsay, of Carlingfor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BULWER LYTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BULWER LYTTON. As a novelist Bulwer Lytton is probably. read less and less because of the jrtificial ity of his style; as a politician lie hardly rose to statesmanship. Contrast him' with that other novelist-politician who was his friend and contemporary-contrast him with Disraeli, and. you. find him almost; a failure. The two had somewhat the same opportunities and gifts, and the one rose to be . the greatest Victorian statesman, whereas the other perhaps only just holds his own in 'the front rank of Victorian: men of letters. ' But Lytton will always be a big figure on the Victorian-- stage because lie was a live man, always busy in Qne way or ano ther, always full of views and ideas, aliways rubbing shoulders with the interes'ting Peo pie of his day. And here the 'record of his activities, his almost feverish literary labors, iis more intermittent political' work, his friendships, differences, and troubles, fills two volums. of 500 pages each. It is not the happiest of stories, '...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESTERN DISTRICT FACTORIES. THE CREAM QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

WESTERN DISTRICT FACTORIES. THE CREAM QUESTION. IF ROM QOUR CORRESPONDENT.l The home separator still continues to make its way throughout the district. Try as they will, the factory managers ca1nnit increase their whole milk supply, although every gallon oi home-separated tceam means a further deterioration in the quality of their butter. There are so many suppliers who Will not take the necessary care of their separators or their cream. The lat ter, too, is often kept for two or three days, and in this weather the result is fatal to the making of a good butter. The fol lowing table shows the amount paid for milk," as compared with cream, during the winter six months. All the figures except ing Cobden are for the half year. The Cob den figures are estimated: Paid for Paid for milk. creun. Factory. £ Garvoc ... .. . 3,074 , 3,415 .Warrnambool.. .. .. 5,SO? .. 0,798 Grasmere .. .' ;'. 10,208 .. 9,545 Mortlake .. .. . .. 3,18- .. 1,608 GlCnormi'ton.. .. ..29,433 .. 1,390 Cobden.. , ......

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

IFI:El Distribution of Special Trial Wottles of TURKISI IIENNA, for (:REY HAIR. Send Id. Sta;p for Postage. DUERDIN and SAI1SBURY, Whole?ale I)ruggisto, Melbourne. ARE you Troubled with Corns? ACORN SILK ap'edily removes obstinate corns without pain. Sold every where, or lpostcd direct o, senling .74. in stamps. DUE1iDIN and SAINSBURY, Iel bourne. FOR - W'H TE Buckskin and Canvas BOTS 3 HOES UNBQUALL"D, FOR InI.CAHVAS.800TS, SHOF, IS .THEIW FINEST WHITE ON THE MARKET. It is easily applied, dries quickly, does not rub off, and .is most economical ALSO OBTAINABLE IN GRBfEY. The two lines we now mention. are Watches that, alti$oug1h low in price, may be completely relied upon. They are made spoially for us, and priced at bedrock to ensure quick sales. You will find them the very best value in this city. Genuine Keyless English Lever, silver hunting cases, jewelled; all latest improve-' monte, 2 years guar- f rt tni*e . .. .. . . .. f, / Also, the same Watch, in' genuine gold flledl eas...

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CINDERELLA'S MANAGERIE. 68 Shakespeare-grove, Hawthorn [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

CINDEREiLLA'S, MENACGERIE 03 Shakespecac grove, 'II behor Deart Citnde rela. s1 m a big :ivbrovn d; and .my jani Is IKa!ser, I:iive iSii=a .house, whe .there i!n Iprgfegatrden,t sndl h, haea . :ril .-n liires: , who .is 0 years old. ' imn not the only dog here, there is S'peeky, too, lid; "i litlc:' fox ,ternrci,' and, .of course; I try to d ake hhm n1o whatever I like, but thup woiut az it is, ie is alloved in the house, and I aml iot, aun .Oh! Oinderella, hle does crow .over me about tham. Onie day I' was running down thb' street, just to ?aunuse myself, hnd I sawv a bit of paper' Mblving 'in :the ' ind; k. now, wllnl I ami out, I ofte . pick uip bis i of papa;r. antd cr:i y them for£ . " it.tle " waiy, just for. ,un, --o I piked .ip -dhis Ult> of, paper, and as, ,ran along, I wa"s trying .to read it, (1 mllly"iearnt hlow to read, through listening at thi Ioor, "whel' mn ~ istrzzs.r Ws 'l, school, eo it wvamn't rery- -asy) -whb n I. found' ut Ctlit it ;was some thing about ,Ict...

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AUTUMN GRAZING CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

Schlrougii the medium of "The Leader," a Wiminerafariier writes, I.wish :to: direct the attention. of farmers in the northern districts of Victoria to a cheap and useful way of gronwing rape, suggested by our own experience:-+1\ e obtained a very satisfae-. tory return from our rape crop grown in drills in the ordinary way, but we carried out another experiment, which; I think, suggests a system suited: to the require ments of northern farmers. I refer to the system of sowing rape broadcast on stubble land as a. means of increasing the supplyj of grazing fodder- for stock and improvirlg the condition of the soil. The :season :before .last we .harrowed in rape seed upon stubble land early in the ,autuimn, and the result was highly satis factory. The self-sown grain and the rape grew together; the former appearing to benefit the latter by sheltering it, and a very large quantity of fodder was pro duced. . . The crop was cut in 'October for ensi lage. but I believe that after the middl...

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TALES & SKETCHES MOLLY'S HUSBAND. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER X.—THE NEW GOVERNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

I . ·KID HAP MOLLY'S HUSBAND, BY RICHARD MARSHI, futhor of "The Rogue's Progress," "The Beetle," &c. [COPYRIGHT.] OHtAPTER X.-THE NEW GOVERINESS. Mfrs. Waller walked straight off the steamer when it reached Portsmout'h Pier, her head still in the air, to a third class comnmartment in the waiting train. She placed iherself in a corner seat, where she sat perfectly still until the train started, suffering from no intrusion of any sort or kind. Yet when the train began to draw out of che station, instead of being thank ful, she siglhed, and to herself she said: "I think that he might at least have tried to come and say goodbye; he doesn't know xwhen he'll see me again--if ever." Apart from all othler considerations, Mr. Druimmond was otherwise engaged.:As he . got off the boat on to the pier;, he laid his hand on the shoulder of a shoiot man in front of him "Excuse me, but I should .like a word iwith you.'' T?ihe short man lookled round as if :not too ?pleased to be detained. ....

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Gre Gre North. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

Ord C.Ore North. .Deai Cinderella, I will take for my subject the St. \rnaud show. First of all at the gate stool a man and as the people vwent past he took thel rickets from them. When I gave my ticket I saw some engines, andl some inen. were stanllding rounl them. On the other siide their were cows and bullocks standing in there stall,e Down lower their was a very= nice pig with a lot of young ones. Then on the wet side their was pretty cats; with blue ribbons round their necks and a little gguinea pig it had no tail, then I went to the fancy work it was all very nice further on was drawings of horses leaning over one another. My brother had a pony in at the shows but we did not get a prize for it. When we got home we were \'ery tired. I will stop now with love to the children in the cot, not iorgetting your self,. I remain, your loving friend. IFFIE PLANT. Age, 10 yeanM. Please may I write again? [Certainly. you may. I ai n erey the pony did not get a prize.-Cin:terella.)

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INFLUENCE OF THE SIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

INFLUENCE OF THE SIRE, In a summary of American dairy farmin1: e~perience, a recognised authority shoi.ws that one may select ten of the finest cows of even capacity, of any breed of dairy cattle, and a bull of the same breed of t4he' ricliest breeding that can be .had, breed this sire to those cows fof' a series of year-s till his 'heifers come in- milk, and it will be found that there is a surpris ihg difference in the milking capacity of those heifers. There is,. it is submitted, a "natural :gravity attending all breeding bperations whereby *a certain percentage of: the off spring revert ika quality to ancient progeni tors. To keep a ?herd of cows up to a high stahndrd--if one does not buy females -requires a severe and. constant weeding out. . - The :rejected heifers contain just as good lines of blood as any, and if bred in- turn to a sire of strong and needful Ipre potency Vhey:will be very apt to produce a large percentage of heifers that will prove very desirable. By this it...

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"Somerset" Canterbury. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

'Somerse?!" Canterbury. Dear Cidtrellta, Weave hve been taking 'The Leader'' for a gcod many. years,' and I Tike reading the Childrens Column very much,:, o I thought I would1 write 'to you myself. I will take for my subject My Pets. I have a canary, : eat, and a dog. I have had the cat for a'long time. When I first got it, it would ot. com ne r. me, but now it is quite lame. LaBddle the dog is a little Australian Ter rier, but is -only a 'little: puppy yet, and lhe hl~ a good bark every .Smlday when he -lhers the Church Bell. My Canary-y is a beautiful wlhistler. My letter is now getting too long I'm .i:aid, -so I will close. Love to yourself a1i': the little ones In the cot.-- 1 remain your new' fricnd, Age 33 3Iif 9 ýinths. ELSIE (;ARRE TT.

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POINTS IN DAIRY FARMING. THE IMPORTANCE OF STRIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

POINTS IN4 DAIRY FAR MINC. THE IMPORTANCE OF STRIPPING. How indispensacble a matter in success ful dairying, is the "stripping," -as the pro cess of complete milking is called, is quite Well known to many dairy farmers, but obny the comparatively few see to its being carried out. This anises mainly from the labor - difficulty.. It is only :a very small proportion of the labor available that can be called. "skilled." The unskilled and the careless.. are very. largely in the majority. Thus it has come that mixed farming is now being more largely entered upon, under Which se?eral products, instead of only one, can be more readily brought nvithin 'the resources of a family's own labor, so as=ihlereby, to be less dependent upon ,outside help. Dairy farming in this connection has al ways suffered most. The losses from the neglect of complete 'milking 'alone, when all put together, amount to something con siderable. These losses are:of two .kinds, viz., decreases in 'the milk yield and inj...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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High-street, Mordialloc. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

' lDear C' .dirl fgl'gt-tyet M....or'h`loc'. '1un a im wrTCif g'xsi 4.ý{kw fkwric Mhrh. \t e I tlifnk i I wCrC= going :& )oliday I -would lke to 10 to the country- on a farmn as you always .get things co s~ice. anid fre'i such as crean u mill}, but; ter also plenty; at egg;. ,in the erring sthe wattle is f ull biloomn and' a ' mas of yellbw colour: Then :f. you aitt to bo ii a nii m drive vou jyest liarrrcz' (.1 titi bire 'ao'!ýl go *or the day take your ltineli i Sioi wl rin have it under ai nice shady tree or by the.s'ide of a creek.. Also if you valit -to 'go fi'- a ride a lot of girls can have such fun togeather especially in the country. Do-you ever niotice in thW c'ountry Cinderella how nice a.nd homely the` peonle are so different to the . town folk, It is nialo very interesting to go out and see all the birds some rou nl?av never have seen before.. 1,I like goioig out looking for wild violets. you get most of them under the gum trees I- think they are so-sweet. On , ...

Publication Title: Leader
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THEI "JO5Y" MILKING MACHINES. 'Low Priced and Efficient Plants Second -to None are now available at the Most Reasonable Prices Ever Offered. 3 Cow Plants, from .£50. Before Buying Elsewhere, Write for Further \ Particilars,. . G,. IL SWANTON. and Co., P" 852 FLINDEiRSLANE, MELBOURNE. AUSTRAL MILKING MACHINE. After four seasons of unexampled and unbroken success;: it stands alone for Simplicity, for Re liability, for Cleanliness, for Economy and for Efficiency. GLOBE CREAM SEPARATORS. The last- word' in Separator Construction. The most reliable, the most durable, the cleanest skim. mer. All sizes, from 14 gal. (£6 10/) upwards. W. K. BLACKHAM, i 59-61- KING-STREET, MELBOURNE. 14 OCEIAP AND EFFECTIVE A.PrER.OALVING DRENCH. For years the farmer has require' a good all round drench at a low cost. To meet this waat the MAMMITEIN DRENCH will: fill the bill. This drenoh only costa 8d. or 9d. oach. The higher priced drenches cannot give.:better resulto; and malt and oil are only makeshifts,...

Publication Title: Leader
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DISEASE IN AMBUSH. GERMS ROUTED FROM THE LAUNDRY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

DISEASE IN AMIBUSH.. GER?MS ROUTED FROM THE LAUNDRY. It is only diseases that are infectious that can lie in ambush, ready to launch death amongst the inmates of a home, and when we search the home for the readiest place of ambush we find it in the laundry. This is a statement of fact easily provable; the laundry claims and cleanses every week the clothes we wear, our tel, table, kitchen and bath linen, handkerchiefs, towels and cur tains. Nwothing absorbs and carries, the germs or seeds of disease so readily as these; to ambush the ambushing disease germ thercfreo we must begin in the laundry. n e a Next ais to 'the method; mere cleansing is not enough, for some disease germs may laugh at boiling water, and may even breed in commoner sorts of soapsuds. The only way to deal with the disease germ is to kill it, because its life is its nowers to infect,and only when dead is it harmless; so we must nor only.begin with the laundry, but 'must find a laundry soap which 'is also a strong d...

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CHURCH NEWS. CHURCH NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

.·. , -. ... - CHURCH, NOTES Dr. +George Donaldson, Anglican Arch ',bishop of Brisbane, who is at present in Lonwdon, denies the statement' by the "Standard" that he has been appointed to the new English diocese of Ohelmsford. Dr. Adeney, M.A., D.D., who is one of the foremost Congregational men in Eng land, is expected to arrive in Melbourne -shortly from New Zealand, where he and Mi's. Adeney are on tour. Dr. Adeney is principal of one of the finest Congrega tional colleges in England, and he is also. general editor of the Century Bible. Last year he was chairman of the Congrega tional Union of England' and Wales. Cordial congratulations were showered yesterday upon Dr. N. M. O'Donnell, pre. sident of the United Irish League, at the annual celebration of that body held at Mornington, upon the fact of his having been selected to represent Victoria at the national festivities to be hold in Dublin in commemoration of the opening the new Irish Parliament when that event -shall come to...

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FIVE MINUTES WITH A CRACKNELL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

gH1\L ) fN1TE wITh A ORA Lb 1. Will I have a eracknell? Well, 13hanlc •I don't mind if I do. I'm a beggar for Iaiseute. 2. Just time to cat it before my turn conime roum j. 3. I ray, it's rather a,nmutihfnul I 4. It'a awfully dry -l'd. give anytli~g for a glass of watt r I Te;'stle like saw'vdnt 1 5. I wish 3 could get it down. It's nmcrly my turn. Hope old Wh isl:cim dooen't notice it ! 'G. It's no good- •can't-sw:llHow it. . . . Yes, sir, 1 hink I've .got a lit of a cohl or something--nado my fac? 91w)l up. . . .. 5W ]junes l'bew 1 ,

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