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THE THIRD DEGREE. MR. MURRAY DECIDES. SOME DISCRETION ALLOWED. Melbourne, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

THE THIRD DECREE. 31r. MURRAY DECIDES. SOMfE DISCRETION ALLOWED. MIelbourne. Jan. 2. "You might as well close up the oolice offices if some discretion is not allowed." said Mr. Murray. the.Chief Secretory. to-day'in support of his de cision to permit the police to question within, reasonable limits persons sup nosed to 'have .some knowledge of crime or of comolaints made to thq authorities. Asked to indicate what he consider. ed were."reasonable limits." Mr.M3ur ravIsaid that Ihe had mado it clear to Mr: A., G. Sainsbury that he did not approve of, anvthin, savoring of "Third Degree" methods as they were called in America. It was not right for any nerson to.be tortured by,hemg kent awake all night and questioned continuously. but it was not unfAir to intetrogate beoole who from their as sociation with persons accused of crime mi'lit be sunuosed to-know something abouit what had haoenedl. He did not approve of any tariismi being exer cised or of the employment of any un fair. tactics...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COWS HARD TO MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

COWS HARD TO MILK. S'l here are two methods of treating tie nirinl-uiiiiii ow. "o.'Une is to uke teat plugs or dilaters. ''They are merely plugs manu so that tey may I he inserteu' in the enlldof the teat, where 'they remain between milking periots: The reason"i k cow mit? I nard is because the sphincter muscle, Which contracts the end of the teat, is rigid. The teat plugs remaning 1 In the teit between milking hours have a tendency gradually to distend I and ailate this muscle in such a waytnat. the cow eventually becomes. easy to milk. Thle second method .is to cut the teats, thus weakening the sphincter muscle This is. accomplished by a teat-splitter, an instrument mtat is in soerted into the teat. By pressing the end, small knives are pressed out in I such- a- way that when. the teat-split- I ter is withdrawn the muscle is sever ed. There, is really no reason why one should utilise his time' with hard milkers when by use' of these inex pensive instruments they iildy be ren dered...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRYING. THE COWYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

DAIIRIWO. THE COWYARD. Under. usual conditions, the cow yard is a serious handicap to good udaty products. It should ue set up on a- well-drained piece of land wltn the -slope away from he milllng shed and dairy. The use of gravel is to be recommended, an? soome have employed concrete -to mage sure that the cows are kept away'fronm mud and nlth. The yard shbuild be kept clean, and the manhre removed promptly and conserved at some con iderable distance tromt the milking shed or dairy premises. This pre caution will also greatly, help in keep ing down the number of flies. The practice of milking in.unsuitable sur 'roundings lie possibly, doing more Ut retard progress in dairymg than any other existing custom.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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UTENSILS FOR RIPENING CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

UTENSILS FOR RIPENING CREAM. The most suitable utensils in which to ripen cream satisfactorily are those made of glazed earthenware or enam elled iron. This kind of vessel can be cleaned easily, and will not in jure Lae cream. Tin or galvanised vessels are acted upon by the acid in the cream, and thus they become tainted with a kind of metallis flavor.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

TH CtRADILES FULL. "Bonus, or no bonus," 'says the Hon. J. Cook, 'tho country needs to thave its crndles full." A book dealing with this suj.ct ii a most informat ive w aynwill bo apprielated by child les married couples. It will be sent free if 2d. is remitted for postage. Addresi Dept. 40, Ladies' Collego of Health, 46 Elizabeth Street, Mel bourne.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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THE REJECTED COW. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

.....THE. REJECTED COW. At present there is nothing to pre vent the rejected cow' from finding Itsway into an auction yhrd, or even into a clearance 'sale, to be again the subject of disappoitritient .to another farther until he ailmilaly gets rid of It. 'This can go on until through sheer age the cow' disappears from the dairy farm, after being all its life an unprofitable drag. on somebody. Unaer a better system the animal would be fattened for beef as soon as its milk-producing capacity, or rather incapacity, was discovered. Of course this immediate elimination of the unprofitable dairy cow does take place in innumerable instances, but it Is obviously necessary that its fate should be automatically sealed the moment it is weighed in the balance and found wanting. Cow:testing has now fortunately .become so general throughout the State that farmers would be well advised to introduce the rule that at all sales an authen ticates milking record should be pro duced with, each cow offer...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CULTIVATION AND BACTERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

CULTIVATION, AND, ACTERIA I Proper cultivation of the soil in creases the nitrifying bacteria, and this, in .turn, increases productive ness-a most important consideration to the farmer. The knowledge of bac teria and their work is recent and. limited; there are many in kind, and in spite of the amount of work done, scientists are only in the midst of their discovery. The bractical far. leer does well to let bacteriologists monopolise interest in the whole subject, except in so far as he can provide some conditions that have been demonstrated to be profitable. The work of bacteria, hoever, nimst come more and more into considera. tion by the farmer, because Nature uses them to produce .a vast.amount of the change, that. is going on around us. In the consideration of the na ture of legumes, we must take into account the bacteria which they have associated with them, and through which they obtain the atmospheric nitrogen. It is true that'bacteria-must have favorable conditions that ou...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEN TESTING MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

WHEN TESTING MILK. The apparatus for testing milk should; be kept on a, lead-covered table, as the acid used in carrying out the Gerlier test has not any effect upon lead. If any. sulphuric acid gets spilled: on wood, the wood gets burn ed up;. Always.keep the stopper in the sulphuric acid- bottle. otherwise :the ?acid' will. absorb the. moisture from the..air, and. thus become 4weak ened. Everything comes to him' who waits, but bustle well.while you are wait ing.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RENEWING OLD FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

RENEWING OLD FRUIT TREES. When fruit trees become stunted and diseased either by old age, bad soils, or unskilful management, they should be headed down or otherwise renovated, or else cleared out, and young ones .planted in their stead Most trees may be renewed by heau ing down, which is ,the simplest mode -indeed, all trees, excepting the peach, nectarine, and cherry, will be much improved by being headed down on their showing aymptoms of decay on their showing symptoms of decay tion the whole of the head or bran. ches of the tree should be cut off in a careful manner, with a saw if their branches be large, and with a knife if not of large dimensions. If the saw is used, smooth the wound oier with a sharp knife, and make the cut in a slanting direction for the pur. pose of allowing the water to run of freely.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRUNING CITRUS TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

PRUNING CITRUS TREES. Many people differ considerably in their' opinions as to the proper way in which citrus trees should be pruned. Phe majority persist in the belief that these trees require only to be thinned out and have the dead wood removed. Much depends upon the construction placed upon such statements.. If, as is generally the case, such an expres sion conveys the idea of merely cut. ting out the dead wood and thinning parts of the tree where. the foliage is very dense, it does not go far enough. An orange tree bears the greater part of its crop on the outside oranches, and while plenty of light and air are needed in the Interior of the trees, this does not imply a neces sity for hollowing It out, so as to leave the main inside branches de void of foliage. Nevertheless, it is necessary that much of the inside growth should be removed, so that what is allowed to remain will be well spaced and well lighted, other wise it will become starved and barren, making it useless, and ...

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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FIRE AT RICHMOND. NEWSPAPER OFFICE DESTROYED OVER £5000 DAMAGE. Melbourne, Jan. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

~ ýFJ.RLATJEICHMHND.M RWB T-tý-Qj 4i: ti.·l I . " \Pf1? P R ;FFIaf DElSTROYED Th o~urt'nuses oft Xslier; proprietor + StIt~?iemood Oo-irdian4 rand troedbi fire awvini to ,a ens le igni~ t itlý.'. S0moe @ 1nnhwr:. ','-: ", ~ - ScbUteii Wor1et'4oCOtrjoeIJ' he los0 18 estiu'c5be,$R~iia.o0 £6 GOD0L

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

SL"VIgES T9- -OR10 ow •,)RIST HURCI ,a = m ,, i Holy .?.ommumon;'Ii a.m., Rd'; A. .S. Srrennett? ; Di mgt d,' .l1ig?.;m.,: rt piser "mS, iNnepltev., Rr W Witet, 30:R -?:f-'.i a ohnRvli Gry M A 131 Services'erfAr Bleiel:l.-11: Sturbings. Western RolgservcII p.nis S. herrt forme i an eOld Weing: 7.:"$Tlio iutti of .Gratitudeo ? Southl Wrr na-s?boel,'-rpm "Mn r_ J `'Swinton; : .;METHO DISI. CesH :. rNEXT-,\i'DAY' Hlarris O Sbjt, TrdYigTll- the M dast-ers, ýCmes' o .7, ,7m ,-Rerv "W: ,larris: ;Annulj Covenant gervice nd S-'Wangoom, '2.30: Assista ilkin. .Donnsngton,--2.30"HIehv W.Harrisn South roisnairin ool "11 a, pi r'id 7.30 p.m., sSistnt?,il`Rsokind: B!. 1KE'T'IST. CHUR.C??eH.--?X yew-. ar' S i;' s - RoiiC ev AW , E: BlhekRelt. Mlorning, "Yehave not passed-this way; herotofore;"--Evening "The :Past , andh the ,Future2 .°O'o iiomunion"rfthi ., Morning' S-rvic;U. Y V.'. ?ONGREGATION.sI, C HU' RCH.-. ..Re.- F. D Trainor; Morning: at lySEvening at 7 i.Ev'ci ing Slo,'"iss Doris1iBeatty:{...

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THE INCAS AND THEIR PREDECESSORS. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

ITHE IN??AS AND THEIR PrE DECLSSORS. Peru is now pnssing through its third historical era, and is minifest ing its third phase of civilisation. 'Phe present era'may bo said to date froin the conquest of the country by the Spaniards in the early part of tlh six teenth cuntury; tlhe middle era em braces the rule of the Incas; and the earliest era, about which little is known, is that pre-Incarial period, of unknown duration, during whiicel a nation or nations living in large cities flotrished in the country, and hadl a civilisation, a hlnguage and a religion different, and in perhaps some cases even moro advanced, than' those of the Incas who succeeded them and overran their territories. Ruins of edifices constructed both before the advent of the Inr-as, anrl contempor- I ary with and independently of tliemr are found everywhero throlighout thlc country. On the shores of Lake Titi caoa, for example, are lho ruins of T'a-Huanncu, consisting of soulptur ed monolithic doorways, one of wh...

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NEVER VENTURE. NEVER WIN. NEW SOUTH WALES TREASURER'S DEFENCE. Sydney, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

NEVER VENTURE. NEVER.WIN. NE\W SOUTH WAILLS T''IE.\ SU1lER'S ID)FENCE. Sydney. Jan. 1. ltesno!dino to the toast of The lMinistrv at. Newcastle to-day, Mr. C,(lin. Treasurer. said lie had been criticistd for ,etting £3.000,000 as cia:!:vly as any other country could Let it. and was told to wait until the reaction set in. The work of the Min istr,. however. showed that it would rise to the occasitn.and was not afraid to make an caneriment or two. The (;overnment would no on. and would rather make a mistake than not at tpmnt somenthine.

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

DAIRY. PRODICE.,I ( -. Butter .reniiiis'.steady locally ,01 t h basis of 11id for choice factory, an; dlld to hlld forlother: good to ripnme brands., Lond'onbhiyer aronot SfferinSg at all freely,;and anro. only w.:ill?ng, to' <Ii 102/ to:, 102/8 a cwt, iet f.ob.' and theo are not keen st .that. l.eese ,is very .dull and, ovei-sp "plied. Chl'ese -mkacrs having :dual plants ar 'stronily advised' to turn out bultter intead, of cliceso at .clh presont,'so' as to relievoethe. glut n cheeseo. Tle qoantity:'shipped is iilt gethler too sniill to relievus the .posi " : tio ni . , i ' . ', . ... . . .. . SE s, poultr 'and 'othler dair pro .ducts aro unchlanged; tlior ;liening i.1 reg'ular sales' to-day. c .. .. .

Publication Title: Warrnambool Standard
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GRAVEL & BLADDER TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

GRAVEL & BLADDER TROUBL3E Fio ' lr.' T Armstrong' grocer, Car-: ru ion-l i- rad. Coocgee. Sy.lney, 1 .1 een suffrlng i ron gravel, Lth; - 1, '..] t10old many. of any friend's * ntl - C i'- Irv t arniOrU rSafe Cm re .-s and' crm . .I" y j 'lie 'teda getting no ro~l .r ist m indcia" l o to" to try r'o i re cfore I bad flo . IhIdi th.e firs' bottleful. I t as preatly " ': ?l.. '* .'f'y : from in am nino f. tie. • reli-e. i l - e' tn I lt etime I had used ofi "the, _.cshi lc tp I shwas, completely of. th, , '? iderfi u?n.th t e I hitate flerirlih S ro :n'tkl. ?rtrn er's Safe C 're. and. pyethot' nvot i ,n souring. ''.t , bal;lp dfi'bf:l'n' t hcs 'al toIethtI r,. S Jfrom.* r sed col e edmlIlnt' tell yderve . r', . b fromt . ' ttit ngllr ir t fa pro e c i n se?..'oa . S " mend oe ,1l e r'Bl: . ' fo £'ciurI hlariantl , ofe tller * ra :i'nrnipnjeWt l n dilypall-nf url ' * or mjf e' Og<*^ i tre l.n *rptibrliohed ofl. .olthiirt;i;p'; 'tMn Ila-eto ` ve'ben Ia * " s p'i 'so '...

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THE MARKETS. Friday. 2nd January. WARRNAMBOOL POTATO MARKET. Prime potatoes are quoted at 12 per ton ex bags. MELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

U MARKETS MEliBURNE FARM PRODUCE. i lihoeat A sAteaidy:inarket rules in : lied atlocall with a holidaiy feeling a ;i''diln , u .d " Jiinary delivery .s --Oats,maizo and barloyaremain very - ainit th prices practically nominal. ,Potatoes aro we'aker,..dth price. ?r_ small voline'-of; bhasieiss accounts fol -tho.irrenlmarity' of: prics'. Supplies at thl.'ilatform?.?iluded :edninoa truick .loads ichhieih .arrivcd-. yesterday, "ualch : fiv- tiiiuck loads ttSi h and this morning. .-?.?uniriat potatoes.aroe fairly plenti Onions era, reported to be slightly easier i?i soi?i quarters, though other emerehants, advisdraLdseady amail.at.' .,Rail.; snPplies amounted to eiglt' - t. , ay'a.-pri+c ie -are: .-.: _....._.. .:lb'ui : Ah ociatel basi;h. Melboanr dii ieri.-is=£8/10:-' ? . " .iy.llirau and IPollard' Association, mt aimuim'quotation for bran - is £i' .aifi8lfor pli1ardt. 4/15 tun f "20t10 lb Ohts, Quotationainominial.. ' ."? aizo: 'Nominal.,- n,+ a l;BaHrly: Qi tti.is not nis aal in?"? '...

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ANTICIPATE DISEASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

ANTICIPATE DISEASES. This is the season when the poultry house and poultry yard should be cleaned carefully. Mites and other insects, as a rule, are active at this time. Nature makes them prolific, and resistant against repellants, so that. they may propagate their spe cies to perpetuate themselves. It will pay to go over the poultry yard and clean every nook and cor ner. Cut the weeds, burn the trash, rake oil of the rubbish. The interior of the poultry house should be cleaned and the walls sprayed. Use a strong insecticide and a fungicide. See that the perches are sprayed and disinfected. " It is worth while to white-wash the inside and paint the outside of the poultry house. . This will preserve the building, making it last longer,-and will afford considerable insurance against insects and disease. It may help you eradicate disease germs and insects. 'I I

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ALL SORTS. HOW THE RESURRECTIONISTS WERE FOILED. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

. .AL SORTS. HOW 'THE R1SJ!RF:EC'IONIST - .In the earlier ballt o the niletient., Century, the pi'ctice of s:talhig bodinelI from .the clitirebhaids where tiev had hepn interred, for the purpose of sell' ing then .as subjects for dissectoan, which . was known as "body-snatching,"' was for. a ti:iae very rite. Various plans were.n made to.defeat the nefarious and sacrilegious proceed ings of the "body-sna:chcrs" or "resur rectionists." as they were sometimes called: a very contiuln one being the erectioio of two or .snmallwatch-house.s whose windows commanded the whole burying-ground, and in which thp friends of the deceased mounted guard forna number of nights after the fuller al. - . A usual-imethod of the.grave-roaiberse s'as'to dig dilon to the comin; bore in Iti:'large rdund hole by means of a specially, constructcd' centre-bit, and haull the:body toi:the surface, with;.a foodl-rope. It was to counteract this manoeuvre that the tiwo curious coln lihk:rellcs noiv- ljlig oni.elthe...

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PERPETUAL YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warrnambool Standard — 3 January 1914

PERPETUAL :YOUTH:: Every womain desires' to .i'tain ;as tong as may' be her.; youthfulness iof face; ,form,-andr?bioremenYt yet the true secret of 'tijch :ndliring youthi is n,. no means 'univeisally recognised. .vwominnn is happy juist,in proportion -q she *;eriontent:.'Thd'sun hai, a' wa f: changinging the! spots, -Ipon- which 'It hlilnen:: Especially"'t: this' triueof. our aitnd. where one ll?up foddayiiid 'down o-morrow; sond.vice versa: The wisest •roman is she _whobtrusts in a to;mor? 'iorwo bitt: never-looks for. it. ,To 'it lown aad ·a ishithat ihis might be, i??at .that ., ould be different does .a woomnn- no g"ood., l It does hi' r harm, in that it makes he?dissantisfled with herself.. unple1asant to her fricids, and siakes her old beforeher !lime. Happl ihrss' is' nt snlwdays increased in ;pro ilortion- .C ljge.'success: ',This ',may sound. lit n a.old : Sitw, -s?d so it is, hut there is n. aortLof ltisdomt ini many an" old .proverb.. just.the same.. Con. ienmnient is a w...

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