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The Women's League. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

The Women's League. -4--- The Seymour branch of the A.W.N.L. held its annual meeting on Tuesday, Mrs Moody occupying the chair. There was a good at tendance. The election of officers for the- ensuing year. resulted as follows:--President, Mrs Moody; vice-president, Mrs A. Stewart, Habbie's Howe, Mrs J. B. Bullen, Mrs T. Guild and Mrs Harper; sec retary, Mrs Mallett; treasurer, Mrs Boddy. It was unanimously de cided to support-the candidature of Mr Palmer for the Echuca election; and the six liberal candidates. for the Senate. In connection -with the joint social with the People's Party, all arrangements were made, and musical items will be given. The meeting terminated with a great success.

FEEDING FARM HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

FEEDING FARM HORSES. Bulletin No. i- of the Department of Agrioulture of New South Wales deals very minutely with the feeds em ployed for working horses on cthe vari ous State farms. What will strike horsemasters is the general use of maize-grain, and the employment of uoh hays as sorghum,. millet, and planter's friend. Almost every indivi dual animal requires a different am ount of food. The Hawkesbury ra tion is 1816b ohaf, 91b crushed maize, 31b bran, or 41b or 51b lucerne'may be substituted for the bran, fed three times a day. During the winter months an average of 1016 chaff per horse is put into troughs in the paddocks at night. No grain allowanoe is given on Sundays. The allowance of maize in oomlrison- with oats seems to be, as a rule, .51b maize rto 41b oats; and, where the feed can be buried, oats are fed in the summer, maize in the win ter. The increased use of lucerne hay is notieeable all over the Common wealth, and nearly every ration here mentioned onotaina it. Experi...

IRISH MOSS BONNINGTON'S How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach Acids. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach Asids. Few people besides physicians realise the importance of keeping :he food contents of tho stomach Eree from acid fermentation. Elealthy normal digestion cannot :ake place while the delicate lining jf the stomach is being inflamed mnd distended by acid and wind :he results of fermenting food in ;he stomach. To secure perfect di lestion, fermentation musthbe stop ped or prevented, and the acid neut ralised. For this purpose physi 'ians usually recommend getting a little bisurated magnesia from the :hemist and taking half a teaspoon Eul in a little hot or cold water im mediately after eating. They re commend bisurated magnisia be mause it is pleasant to take,'has no disagreeable after effects, and in stantly stops fermentation, neutral ises the acid and makes the sour acid food bland, sweet and easily digested. The regular use of bisurated mag nesia-be sure you get the bisurated as other kinds of magnesia are of little value- '-is an absolute g...

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL. FAILURE OF POTATO CROP. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL. FAILURE OF POTATO CROP. SMost of the farmers in the Waubra district have finished sowing. Crops, on the whole, are very backward, owing to the dry spell in the early part of the e~ason. The mild weather which has prevailed of late has been most favorable for the grass, and graziers have a much better supply of winter feed than was antioipaed. Many oft the farmers intend to give more at tention to grazing, as the season so far has been disastrous owing to the low prices ruling for farm produce. In a majority of cases the potato crop ?s almost a complete failure, and the yzeld will not exceed one tonper aore, grubs having destroyed hundreds of tons. Many agriculturists are using maohines for digging, whilst others are ploughing out the poorer crops. Growers are sadly ,disappcinted with the price of potatoes, which is far too low to pay the cost of production. POTATO CTROP AT LAL LAL. Potato-digging has commenced in this distriot, the crop being rather poor a...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Stiff Joints, Frotm whatever source arising teste can be no greater cause of pain" than that inflicted by Mtiff joints. Like a badly fittiug door the bending or straightening of the arm or leg, or the part affected. moves with a jar, so ,so excrttingly pain ful that it is only .a matter of time before the joints becomie - -. fixed. Bathing, fric tion oils, liniments and ointments have in thousands of cases proved nuterly una vailing. . Persevering -1e of Comstock's Nerse and Bone Litiniment wilcansC the muort stab born case to selax. Sold by all leading chemists nod storekeepers, price 2s 6d, or will be sent post free at same price by the .W. H. ColustoCo: o Ltd. t 3 Larg Strett, $Sdvey. My sister Jane had croup again, And so did-Doris too; But mother's never anxious now Since she knows what to do. She tucks the darlings up in bed To niake the treatment sure, And kee s them right all through the night With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. TA KE__ ·g ir. G M ALLEN, DENTAL SURUEON, Gradu...

FOOTBALL. FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

"FOOTBALL, FIXTURES. The following are the fixtures. Matches to be played on the ground of the first-named club : Wednesday, July 8. Murchison v. Rushwortb Saturday, July 11. Euroa v Avenel Seymour v Nagamble Saturday, July 18. Rushworth e Nagambie Euroa v Murchison Seymoir v Avenel Saturday, July 25 Euroa v Seymour * Wednesday, July 29. Nagambie v Murchison Avenel v Rushworth Wednesday, August 5. Euroa v-Rushworlh Aenel v Negambie Seymour y &larchison

RECORD BY PARIS POLICE. SEARCHING THE WHOLE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

RECORD BY PARIS POLICE. S'EARCHING TIlE WIIOLE CITY. An ektraordinary record has just been made by the Parisrpolice. whie shows that at any rate in the French capital, a needle may be sought in a haystack in the words of the proverb-with some chance of success. A little while ago a mIan Inanlied Gullard was nwr dered ill a train, and the persons sis pected of the crime was thought to have refuge somewhere in Paris. The Pre fecturc of Police decided that a simul tancous search should be made of all the lhotels and lodging-houses in Paris for him. Accordingly, one nmoring, at seven o'clock, telegrams were received at all the various police stations order ing that the suspected man should be hunted for in the hotels in their re spective districts. Less than two hours afterwards, nine o'clock, the 13,266 hotels and apartmeot-houses of Paris had been visited by the agents of the law; andt, although the suspect was not discovered, yet particulars of his where abouts were, and he was arres...

A DOLL-LIKE MENU. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

A DOLL-LIKE MENU. Miss Winifred Harper Cooley, natio nal piresident of the Associated Clubs of Domestic Science (America) recent ly tried the experiment of feeding for a week onl concentratcd preparations. She breakfasted on essences, lunched on powders and tabloids;, while she found her dinner in cubes and tubes. Having decided to consider meats, vegetables, and sweets out of reach for the time being, she set about stocking her larder, as if she were thinlking of a drug store instead of a panltry. She founl all kincds of cheni ically prepared foods, beginning with pulveriscd soup and ending with des sert iu capsules. Describing hlier mar- I kcting for the experiimental week, Miss Cooley said it was like shopping for a doll's house. The week's provisions turned the scales at 2 lb. When inter viewed after tlihe .experiment, Miss Cooley said: "I have proved that taking one's meals in about the way a physician's prescription is taken, regular doses of :L given, size at given timies, su...

MENTAL DEPRESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

MENTAL DEPRESSION. A well-known doctor says that much can be done to overcome the mental de pression of the aged. One should in 1uce the old man to inmake the effort to imlprove his appearance, stimulate his sense of pride and let those around him tell him how young he looks. The psychic . lt'ect is instantanenous. Association with the young has a rejuvenating ef fect, and if the young people treat the aged as one of themselves, it will arouse a youthful spirit in the old folks. One must make an effort to keep their minds pleasantly occupied. If they have no thing to do they think of their past and the future, and they brood. The action and appearance of the aged in tlividual are more certain indications of the condition of his health than his statemelnts. The family should know that there may be fever in spite of a cool forehead, that mumbling in sleep is often dcliriunm, that when the old man or woman shows a disinclination to get out of bed at the usual hour it usually m5eans a s...

HEAVILY INSURED LIMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

, HEAVILY INSURED -LIMBS. - / The recent accident to -me. Pavlova in New Yorkl which was at first repor ted to be sonjewhat serious, recalls the fact that, like Padercwski,wvhose fingers are insured for a colossal sum against injury, the charming dancer has a policy which protects her against loss from ac cidents to her limbs, and especially her feet and dainty toes, upon which her art and her income alike depend. It has not yet been learnt how far the present aecident comes under the terms of this policy, although it is understood that the disablement of either of the big toes would mean payment of £6000, and of ooe of the lesser toes £3000. This, however, is by no means al ex ceptional insurance. Nijinsky, who re cently appeared at the Palace, and Mllc. Genee have insured themselves for seve ral thousand of pounds against acci dents which would prevent them from dancing, while SO. De Biere, the famous illusionist, followed the example of some well-known musicians amid insured his ...

GARDEN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

GARDEN NOTES. •I With the waning of ainother season, the gardener is reminded that he must bestir himself, and do what he can to prolong the autudin blossoms. At this season of the year there is an inclina tion to let things go; as a.matter of fact a little attention will repay more at the present season than at.any other, time, excepting perhaps the early spring. Any plants that are still in flower should have the ground round them kept well loosened during fine weather, and all dead foliage should be cleared away. Annuals, as they finish blooming, should be at once removed, a bed of -dead aster plants, for in stance, is at best a gloomy spectacle. Bulbs should be planted as soon as possible. They can, of cdurse, be planted for weeks to come, but the sooner they are in now the better. Dig the ground thoroughly, and mix a little boncdust with the soil. Many amateurs regard bulbs as being of such easy Cul ture, that any special attention is ~in necessary..As a matter of fact they are...

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Amkgrosine.") All the new coats and costumes are fashioned to show open-fronted cbllars and low-cut vests, which prove so bo coming to the majority of wearers. The only drawback to this delightful fashion is that it tends to roughen and redden the part ofathe skin so exposed, leaviig an ugly mark when evening dress is worn. To remedy. this a now preparation, introduced in thefirst place to whiten and soften the hands, will be found invulnerable. This is made in the form of scent, and a- few drops rubbed into the skin night and morning does wonders in removing redness or roughness and preserving the natural whiteness of the skin. Indeed, the little dressmaker of to day finds her hands full of work of this description just now, as a great many women are taking adiantage of Fash ion's latitude in this direction, and in stead of buying expensive frocks are having their old ones unpicked and .dyed, or cleaned and covered with dra Speries of lace or ninon to meet t...

Obituary. MR. SAMUEL OAK, Senr. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 3 July 1914

Obituary. MR. SAMUEL OAK, Senr. In the demise of Mr Samuel Oak, an old and respected resident has "joined the large majority." His death occurred on Tuesday morning last, and as he had reached the ripe age of 81 years his death was due to senile decay. Prior to the depletion of the timber he carried on a large business in wood turning, but when the timber gave out he retired into private life some years I ago. The deceased was known far and wide for .his integrity and manly qualities, and was much re spected by all who knew him. He leaves a widow, two sons and three daughters to mourn their loss. His remains were interred in the Sey monur Cemetery on Wednesday last, the Rev. T. J. Cory officiating at the graveside. The funeral ar rangements were carried out by Mr Potts.

Seymour Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Seymour Stook Market. Messrs Heywood, Rose and Co. report having held their usual fort nightly sale on Tuesday. The in clement weather coniditions operat ed against the usual good atten dance of buyers and yarding of stock. Almost every lot yarded was sold. Competition for fat stock was exceptionally good. Stores were also in good demand at about late prices. They sold fat wethers (crossbred),25s to 32s; fat lambs, 16s 6d;line of 180 comeback and merino weaners as dropped at 13s 8d. Fat cattle-small draft of cows from Ma C. A. M'Kenzie, Wor rough, to .11s 10d; Mr Gerrard's pen making up to L9 17s 6d; a pen of light-weight heifers from Mr J. C. Howard sold at L6; springers, £5 15s; store cows, forward,£3 ]7s 6d to ~4 12s 6d; 2 yr-old steers £4 to £4 4s; poddies 15s to 35s. Quan tity of sundries at satisfactory prices. Next sale July 21.

People's Party and A.W.N.L. Anniversaries. A Great Meeting. Straight-Out Speaking. A Forecast of the Coming Struggle. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 10 July 1914

People's Party and A.W.N.L Anniversarles. A Great Meeting. Straight-Out Speaking. a Foreoaatof the Coming * Struggle. There was a very large atten dance at Perron's hall on Wednes day evening to celebrate the annual meetings in connection with the local branches of the A.W.N.L. and the People's Party. During the last few weeks active measures had been taken to insure a good meeting. The executive officers of the A:W.N.L. secured the atten dance of Mrs Bolitho, the organiser of the League, while the Peoples' Party were able to obtain the ser vices of Mr Palmer, M.P. and Mr St. Ledger. Mr M. K. M'Ken zie, M.L.A. was to have been pre sent, but was unavoidably detained at the last moment, and wired to that effect..The hall was nicely decorated by the ladies, and at the end of the stage a table was loaded with refreshments which were dis bursed at -the termination of the meeting. About 8.30 p.m. Mr J. Carnie, president of the local branch of the People's Patty took the chair. He was supp...

GOLF. Seymour Club. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 10 July 1914

GOLF. Seymour Club. Last Saturday 15 men took out cards for the tournament round, and H. L. Lomax won wlth 94-10 84. H. V. Cox beat bogey on the second round by one stroke in 42. As his first 9 holes cost him 58, he only got secojnd place with. D. M'Call-both being 85 net. A. Perry was third with 86 net. The Glencairn club .expect to bring 8 men and 7 ladies on Satur day. Players are requested to be at the links at 1 o'clock if possible. Ladies will provide afternoon tea. The following will represent Sey mour:-Messrs Lomax, Adams, M'Lachlan, Goldie, M'Call, Cox, Miller, Fenwick; emergencies Messrs Leete and Hickey..Mes dames Adamns, M'Cormac,. Tat tam, Leete, and Misses Leete and M'Lachlan; emergencies--Irs Lo max and Miss Stanton. The M'Lachlan trophy has now reached the final round. Mrs Tat tam beat Mrs Lomax and Mrs Oak ley beat Miss Moody. Mrs Tattam (8) v.. Mrs Oakley (18), cards due on Monday, 22nd. Next Wednesday a ball competi tion will be held. Play at 2 sharp. On Wednesday...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 10 July 1914

'-i . ' ' \ * ' . '''\ *' ' ~. .*' For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cnre. Is 6d There are Reasons . WHY you should get your WATCHES and CLOCKS from J. AIfreid t co. Staitlon St., Seymror Firstly : Because they have a First Class Watchmaker on the premises. Secondly: Because they. Ouaraptee al Watches and Clocks for 12 months. Thirdily : -Because they are Manufac turers, and have no middle man's profits to pay. We are In a position to supply y"oir requirements better and cheaper than any shop in the city The Remedy for SSunburn. NYAL'S FACE CREAM Soothing Healing .. Antiseptic Cleans and hitens the Shin. Removes Freckles Is not Greasy. Will not promote - growth of hair.. - Leades no shine. Excellent after shaving - 1s d per pot 1sOd P. J. MULHALL, CoamnsT, . ANYHOUR.. " HUORDERN'S IDEAL "DWINTER SALE: NOW ON. . SPECIAL BARGAINS! 1. At 10d. Double Bed Herringbone Sheeting, reduced from ls 14 2. At 9%d. Unbleached Table Damask, usual price is 3d 3. At 9%d. Black Roman...

Football. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 10 July 1914

* Football. The match between Seymour and Nagambie on Saturday next should provide one of the modst interesting games of th'e season. The team to represent Seymour has already been picked, and as a result -those play ers who would otherwise not have been sure of a game, have been the most frequent visitors to the train ing room. At practice on Wed niesday.the majority of players pre sent displayed gooe form, and if the heed the instructions of their captain and coach (D. Melvor), there is little doubtas to the result of to-morrow's contest. The Seymour players will be photographed prior to the match by Mr Krulti. It is therefore necess sary that the team attend a little earlier than usual to permit of this beingpdone. Dear Sir.-Yes; "Monitor" is dead. Alas, poor "Monitor." But although dead, yet he speaks using me-'Phoenix' -as his mouthpiece. When I laid our poor misguided friend to rest in a dis tant cemetery little did I think that his departure to a better land would be the sign...

Tallarook Club. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 10 July 1914

Tallarook Club. The third round of the President's trophy was competed for by 15 members. J. Porter maintained his lead with 263 for 3 rounds. J. Keane 167 and B. Meadows 170 each have a good chance with one round to play. The sweepstake was won by J. Asker with.101-5.96 and J. Keane second. The club's monthly trophy will be played for in conjunction with the first round of the championship on Saturday. The lady members played the second round of the President's trophy on Wednesday.- On the two days' play Miss O'Shea has a strong lead of 12 strokes from Miss M'Carthy, who will be,hard to beat

SOCIAL GLEANINGS. A PLEASANT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 10 July 1914

SOCIAL ' GLEANIN?GS. A PLEASANT CONCERT. It is not often that such an enjoy able concert is held as that which -was got up by Mrs Dolman and Mrs Horsefa!l was held in Jubike Hall on Friday last. The qnter tainment was in aid of the shelter shed bazaar in September next; The programme was really an ex cellent one, being varied and full of fun and merriment from start to finish. All tastes were catered for. A musical trio from the Ragtime Band was present, and their vocal and instrumental selections were among the plea1singattractions of the evening, especially the trios and quartettes, which went off with a vim and spirit that was pleasing to listen to. The concerted instru mental items were also admirably rendered. In fact the Ragtime Band contingent was an enter tainment in itself. As the concert took more of the form of a conver sazione than anything else there was an air of freedom and mingling together which cannot be observed in a regular set concert, when a little' "chat" quit...

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