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LOW WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

LOW WATER. To fiud lov water at Conran and lMarlo deduct 6( bours.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET [BY ELECTR1IC TELEO?IlAP.] M oEL13URNE, Tuesday. Messrs MIacarthur and Macleod report--Market showed an improvement on last week's prices.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLD ON THE CHEST. TAKE PEPS AND CONQUER HIDDEN DANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

COLD ON THE CHEST. TAKE PEPS AND CONQUER HIDDEN DANGERS. D)amp, chilly nights are specially in iuriours to throat and lungs, and few escape the torment of a. " cld on the chest.'" This start5 with a slight hoarsendss or huskiness in the voice, a dry tickling cough, piercing pains back and front, in the region of the lungs, or a feeling of heat and soreness in the chest. All or any of these symptoms call for prompt treatument with Peps. What is required is not only to stop the coughing but to give ease and strength to the chest. This is accom plished in a marvellously effective man ner by the unique Peps tablets. When a Peps tablet is dissolved in the mouth, the medicinal essences thus released are naturally inhaled through the throat and bronchial tubes to the lungs. They bathe the delicate mem brane, and carry a strengthening, dom lorting and healing medicine right to the seat of the trouble in the cheat, where ordinary mixtures cannot penetrate. The inlhmed and phlegumclogged bron...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

MELBOURNE `'CATTLE MARKET (BIv. ELcL'rauc T¶'ELEoilAPI.) ,MELuOUUNE, Wednesday. a, ssrs McLean, Macalister and Co. report-1910 head forward. .'tarkeat ruled about 10s higher. Quotations. Kiinany Park, 24 bullocks £15 8 4 Moore and Co, 21 do. ... 14 7 0 Cro,.k, l do.......... 13 12 6 Morgin, 10 do.... ... .... 12 12 I 6 Riggall, 10 do ... ... {.. 11 15 0.: Fat Calves--550 fo wpa. .hrket unaltered. -... "rk

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

OF RURAL INTiREST (By 'IRustious.") At present, when .their ,position is aboutu.aus, acute, and distressing as.it possibly .can be, comments. and advice on the growing.of. fodder, for dairy cows is.not likely.to -appeal to the owners of stock in, the dry, northern ..areas. No.matter .how, clever, and resourceful they may be, they cannot producee.with out the .necessary moisture. That fact is obvious to everybody. . There are. many parts of .the .State, however, where an ..assured rainfall is experi-. onced, and there dairymen should cer-; tainly make adequate provision each year. for the maintenance of their ani nmals in the most effective condition. Those who hitherto have not done all that they.-might and, ought to have ac-, complished. in that-respect should, with advantage, study and digest .the .obi servations recently made by Mr. A. FP Furniss at.a meeting.of the Longwood branch of the S.A. Agricultural Bureau. Speaking with reference, of course, particularly :to the. hills di...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BAIRNSDALE STOCK MARKET. Saturday, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

BAIRNSDALE STOCK MARKI(ET. M1n tr?t A Mn.,ta rihljur aid (i r,,r -l"i, (Jsttle,- J.air yilihg, luiyei keen;l and, in=ic?,; way Il'me. W e a ;tld Mr Woo'socs , i?w, atE, aJ28 I..', .I10 l2a (; I, AZ!2 Htt al .1l1. 12s; (X 11. I).hon's .cw, at .1;10 I,' and CI 11 t Ia; F. \V, S iitlh's c.,.s at.t £J I-; II. lisle's cows at.;16 L[ aiil £; A. and W. ?owlett's cows at, £6 11s, £7, £7 10s, £8 2a 61 and £8 5.:; Rosehill cows at £7 Ils, £8 s., £10 17s, £12 Os, £13 aid £13 'i ; IL. J. Dreier's cows at £7, £7 7a and £11 5 ; J. H. Bankin's bullocks, light, at £7 and £7 12a 61. Store Cattle.-Fair yarding, buyers keen and prices good, and all sold at gootl prices. Pigs.---l0 panned. Prices a shade eas?er. Sheep.--Gtd yarding, but owing to the unsettled state of the wool market buyers not so keen and prices easier. We sold 50 ewes with 48 lambs at foot at £1 4? 3d, 167 weaners at 14as 9, 161 ditto at 13s, 140 ditto at 13s 4d, 90 ditto at 123, 50 ewes mixed a, 13s;and during the week 100 fat wethe...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

MELBOURNE PIG MARKET (i3 EL1caTnuc TLELGJ AIU.) -MELOU ,~ Thursday. JIaconll-lipoik WrO L in ittl& easier to-dayg

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MAIL ARRANGMENTS. MAILS CLOSE AT ORBOST FOR [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

MAIL ARRANGMENTS. -4 MAILS CLOSE AT ORBOST FOR Bonaug, Bendoc, Delega~ta River, Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8& p.m. Murrungowar, Tuesday, .a.mu;, Satur day, 8.30 a.m. . . Biodribb, Cabbage Tree, Bcmm, Club Terrace, Combienbar, Genoa, Saturday, 2.30 p.m. Malrlo, Saturday, 3 p.m. MAILS DUE AT ORBOST FROM Bonang, Bendoc, Delegate River, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 p.m. Mlurrungoivar, Munday, 2 p.m. Brodribb, Bemm, Caun, Genoa, Thursday, 2 p.m. · :- . .

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FEEDING OF SICK CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

THE FEEDING OF SICK CHILDREN. There aro many points hin the nurs ing of sick children which, although of importance are apt to be overlooked or slurred over. The feeding of in fants and young children, a matier for care, even when the child is in health, becomes doubly so during illness and convalescence. In the case of infants thle utmost care must be taken, over matters of cleanliness, proper temper ature, and accurate preparation and measurement. No milk must be kept in the sick room, nor indeed any other food; milk in particular should be kept in a cool place free from smells, as it quickly takes the taste and odor of any strong smelling thing near which it may be placed. Many chil dren have nncontrollable dislikes, eith er from '"fad" or .habit, for certain articles of food. These, although children should be broken off them in health, should be respected if possible in illness , as they are often strong enough to lead to refusal of the food or even vomiting. They may, how ever...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERTAINING TO PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

PERTAINING TO PRODUCTION. Potatoes at the rate of £11,000 per toni A farmer in Scotland sold his "magnificent" potato, at the recent London Smithfield show, at from £8C to £100 per ton, and more than he wanted to of his newer .unlisted po tato, the "Majestic," at the rate of £11,000 per ton. Last year Canada hlad 35,750,000 acers under crop, or a trifle less than in the previous year, and the value of the crops was placed at £112,765,000 Amongst these are 231,717,000 bushels of wheat, 404,669,000 bushels of oats, 48,319,000 bushels of barley, and 17,539,000 bushels of flax seed. The secretary to Mr Ross, nAmerican Trade Commissioner, in Melbourne, says that 82,531 cases of apples and 1894 cases of pears were imported into Australia from North America in the season from September 1 to De cember 31, 1913. Of those 64,999 cases of apples and 798 cases or pears were from Vancouver, and 17,532 cases of apples and 1096 cases of pears were fromn San Francisco. The Commercial Club of Michig...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

THE WAR. NEWS of the progress of the war has been eagerly Idoked for during the past week but events do not move with suflicient rapidity to satisfy the average -Australian. Severe engagements have taken place on the French and Belgian frontier, in nearly all of which the Germans appear to have been badly worsted. The plans of the Germans have evidently miscarried and the unexpected checks re ceived will give time for the French to bring their forces to the front and entrench" them. So far, tle engagements, "although the Germans are reported to have lost over 30,000ooo-men, are only prelim inary skirmishes, the main bodies having yet to be engaged. V\ery little is heard of the movements of the Russians, which is probably due to the fact that no press cor respondents are allowed to ac company the troops. English ne\ws is being severely censored" and it is more than doubtful if we are supplied with all the facts. It isge.erally believed, although the cables are silent on the subject,?...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS I:clbou'ne, Thursdav. 0 wing to thie iincrease in the out put of: butter the virie dr"'opped a ipennyu to-day. 'Tho .:etail: price is inow Is 2d." TIhc bil) to reguliate thc piice of foodstulls pa ssed the As"sseubly yesteriday Ibut will not be- considered by tilhe Council until T"icBadai. Mr I i'agelthor thinks thatrhe fatct of .it passing- thi /ssinblyn . un'rniinously will h]ve ai wholsomei ciffect in re1 stiraiing traders from exploiting : the public. Sccraila?rge 1 coutiracts.l have bLeii 'made for the equipment of .the dx ipeditionary force.. Contributions are pouriiig".in for tlhe patriotic fund- - Senator NcGiogor dicdl to-day. The Confexccncc of the Common wealth and S itoe MiitiStcrs bn finance, clunploymeii;t and re~ ultix?n of iprices wais continued to-d: y. Gooi pro gress was mrnadli ad cohclusions ?r' rived at liat: wiill ?I ratified to-iinor row.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATEMENT BY PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

STATEMENT BY PRIME MINISTER. The Prime Minister has madethe ( following important statement: "It is a matter of much gratifica tion to the Government that the people of Australia have accepted the new situation created by the " war in such a calm, reasonable and l patriotic spirit, and that they have accepted the prospects of very substantial expenditurel with equanimity. The fact that the I country is committed to national projects involving heavy costs de mands that there shall be no stop page of the developing energies of our people. Trade'must go on as a usual. Efforts should be made to incdease rather than to curtail our ' national business. Not only must we proceed with our internal pro duction and exchange-we must encourage our oversea trade in every possible way. There is reason to believe that some--im porters have :couniernlanded or ders or have intimated to their suppliers in Great Britain that their requirements-for some time will be diminished. This indicates a lack of ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORBOST PETTY SESSIONS MONDAY, AUGUST 10. (Before Messrs Grey P.M. James, Munro and Ross J's.P.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

ORBOST PETTY SESSIONS S MONDAY, AUvousT 10, (Before Messrs Grey P.M. James, . Munro and Ross J's. P.) LARCENY, Olive Selina Mooney was charged with larceny of a sum of £2 6s 3d, the property of Mrs M. C. Jensen. Accused, who pleaded guilty, was de fended by Mr Mosley. The evidence showed that the accused was at Mrs Jensen's house on the .31st May and after:leaving,Mrs Jensen found that a purse containing the money had been taken out of a handbag in the front room. Accused's husband after wards returned the money. Accused admitted to Constable Dainty that she had taken thle money and did not know why she had done so as she did not want it. Mr Mosley asked for lenient treat. ment as the accused, who had an infant in her arms and was not yet 20 years of age, had evidently given way to sudden impulse. Mr Grey, P.M., said the bench would not like to send accused to gaol but it was a serious offence and could not be overlooked. She would be sentenced to seven day's imprisonment, the sente...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

Mother's Friend Pedio Pomade for the Head, Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One application destroys vermin, kille nits, heals sores, curps ringworm, and makes the hair grow thick. stronu and curly. Also for yermin on pigs poultry, cattle and horses. Price Is, large >2s, extra la'ge 3s 6d Any size packed with Nit Combs, 6d " r xtra. LANCELOT HERB?ERT, Oibost, sells Pedic Pomade is, and with Nit Comb Is 6d ? -' " , "7-... -,?+, i r?,.. -n r.,'€' . . T THE .EMPTY CRADLE. Babies are Australia's best Immi grants. Inll ihany homes baby does not appear, greatly to the disappoiutlntment and sorrow of husband and wife. A book on this ma'ter contains valuable in formation and advice. Copy free, 2d sent for postage. Address: Department A.K.K. "Natura" Health Co. (hMrs Clif ford, Supt.), 409 Elizabeth street, M1el bourne.. "TURKISH ROSE" is the most perfect skin food ever offered to the Australian public. It tones up and feeds the tisues and nerves of the face in the most natural way and posi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WAR. BELGIANS REPULSE THE GERMANS. KAISER REPORTED SHOT. New York, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

STHE WAR. ,: . .?. ,?. :; . -1. ,: .?:. BELGIANS REPULSE THE GERMANS. .KAISER REPORTED SHOT. " : AISER REPiORTED SHOT: -? REUTER'S- CABLES. Now York,- Wcdusdday. SCaptain P1hilnkt, of .the stcmier Danimube, airrivin'g h c't from Bcrniuda st Ites thlaIt dl neWS is being uonsored in the West Indies. ..::-.:: .::. Mairtial lw hits buiu. dcularud at Kingston.: - - iptaint aPlunkuett dou.bts .if thu! Krounpmiiu .Wilhilmi hais lboon :cap tuted but thinks, it :ii'k~y bCe i. oil tank steamer. Amiericau nc Is?pipers ial. cndcvw oring to got mosaicS- thflrougti f horin Borlin by -ihigh-piopwnr :'iircless :to. Nunw -York. ii: T ooly.message so l. ircoivocd is to tllhu ctu e tt h thel Kaiscer. Iis booii shot t~hrough i thle ri,'ht tllig,.hi t Aix-l-Chliapellc. It is not sttcdu hietlier it is. dre :to . acel dent or atteniptodl assassiinatioi, kind but little credncdcd b--e attached to the roplrot. " Wasliig ton,: Wliesday O Owing to paitiatl piiralysis of: ti ade ithe Customns rev?~eue ot tlhe ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IS FRUIT GROWING POFITABLE? [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

IS FRUIT GROWIN?G POFIfTABLE? The question, "Is fruitgrowing pro fitable?" was raised at the meeting of the advisory Board of Agriculture in Adelaide the other day by C. E. Birks who stated that lie had been travelling through the country, and had found horticulturists pessimistic. Some of the growers had become depressed by the dry season, and the prices that were offered for products, and in more than one instance there was talk of grubbing certain trees and currant vines. He asked members who had experience in the fruit industry whe ther there was justification for a belief that fruit growing, and especially the production of apples, did not pay. The Chairman (Mr. G. H. Laffer, M.P.), who is a practical horticulturist, poin ted out that in spite of the enormous quantity of apples produced, prices this year had never been higher at any previous time, under similar circums tances. Hie said that during a re cent visit to Tasmania, he had found no evidences of pessimism. Indeed, the ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAY TEA IN CALF FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

HAY TEA IN CALF FEEDING" The value of hay te& in raising calves where milk is scare is vouched for by one of our practical: corespon dents He says:--"This experiment to rear calves has an excellent basis, I The soluble nutritive constituents of the hay are extracted by boiling, and this extract contains all the food elements required to grow the animal, besides being as digestible as milk. If the hay is out early, when it has most soluble matter, and is of good quality the tea will raise good calves. This extract has, however, sometimes, too small a proportfon of albunminous and fatty matter. Yet, of the hay tea is boiled down, so as not to contain too much water for the dry substance, calves will usually thrive upon it. We tried an experiment by feeding two gallons of hay tea, in whioh a quarter of a pound of linseed, and qua-ter of a pound of pollard had been boiled, to each of five calves, 30 days old. This experiment was continued 60 days with a gradual decrease during t...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOSPITAL BALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

HOSPITAL BALLS. There was a fine display of fancy dresses at the bopital balls this year, partidularly oh Thursday night when the young people were very much in evidence. The waltzing competition brought out nine couples and was a very interesting event. The.first prize was awarded to Mr and Mfs McHenry, who carried it off last year. Other prizes were awarded as follows:-Fancy dre~s, ladies, Miss Ivy Draffin; fancy dress, boys, Allan Richardson; fancy dres, girls, Ruth Richardson; smallest child, Muriel Cot terill. Best sustained character, Mary Reynolds. Best set, " Billiards," Misses 1E. Blacklock, A Stirling, M. Drevermann and L. Perry, Masters F. Trembath, A. Cameron, W: Fisher and R. Bird. Best couple, J. Gargan and Leslie Gluth, bride and bridegroom. - On Thursday evening Mr Arkins re, turned thanks on behalf of the com. mittee to all who had kindly cntributed or assisted in carrying out the function. London, Monday. Riiieters correspondent at Paris states that theo olfficial ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL ASPECT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 14 August 1914

, AGRICULTURAL -ASPECT .OF PRIMARY EDUCATION. Mr. H. W' . Potts, Principal of the Hawkesbury Ag icuitral College, de livered an. address oa uIus subject, dur inig which no said :-Wulth the.return ot good seasons, we hear the ott-re peated cry "'Back to the sol." InII response, we deslre to aim at ,arousing a popular movement in settling an in Ltelligent, well tratsed body or cit0zens on these vast iuntlled areas of land available is our Mtate, to raise rural avocations fromn a condition of com panrative drudgery 'o that of sturdy -in dependence. It is a laudable ambi tion to stimulate and advance tile true destiny .af this great agricultural and pastoral country ls economic and sound principles iby rescuing the lana( fromn its existing s-nd almost idle con dition through a forward and fixed policy of education. We enjoy a cli matce full of limitless advantages. Such useful adjuncts .o good farming as our soils, timbers, water,- and natural gras ses are essoential to the success of c...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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