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THE KITCHEN GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
THE KITCHEN GARDEN Vegetables cannot be grown in any district during the warm months unless the beds are kept moist. When the soil can be watered regularly sowings and transplanting® of cabbages and cauliflowers may be made during the month. Strong plants set out in the next few weeks, in rich land will be ready for cutting about the middle of April. Further transplantings every third week until the end of April wih ensure a continuous crop during autumn and winter. Other vegetables that may be cultivated as requirements demand are turnips for use in autumn, Brussels sprouts to cut in winter, car rots and potatoes to dig before the frosty weather sets in. .Immediate sowings .should be made of radish, lettuce, salad onions, mustard, cress, early varieties of peas, celery, brocoli, beet, French beans, and kohl rabi. If strong, bushy plants can be obtained a few plots of tomatoes should be culti vated for late autumn supplies. Mr C. French, junr., the Government Entomologist, draws att...
MUTTON BIRD EGG SEASON ON PHILLIP ISLAND [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
MUTTON BIRD EGG SEASON ON PHILLIP ISLAND 1. SCALING THE STEEP SANDY SLOPE. LONG, SPOON-MOUTHED WIRE OR STICK. EGG GATHERERS FROM THEl MAINLAND. 2. EGGS, EGGER, AND MUTTON BIRD. THE BIRD LAYS ONE EGG ONLY IN A DEB3P BURROW AND THE EGGS ARB WTTWHRAwm pv a 3. THE RUGGED SOUTH-WEST POINT OP THE CAPE. 4. SAND "STOOKS" OVERLOOKING NEWHAVEN 5 \ L^DTnS JIpt? nv 6. LANDING BEACH AT QUARRY POINT, CAPE WOOLAMAI. 7. A COLLECTION OF EGGS S SPHINX ROCK nv PART\ OF MUTTON BIRD Pifir. Ol? A prvi (Photographs by Vallan Studio. Mansfield.)
(For Article See Page 48.) THROUGH SOUTHERN RIVERINA. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
(For Article See Page 48.) 1 mrr>rvTTOTr THROUGH SOUTHERN" RIVERINA. 1. CHANTER BAROOGA. MURRAY, AT STREET, BERRIGAN. 2. FARM WATER SUPPLY BERRIGAN .DISTRICT 5. BERRIGAN RAILWAY STATION. 6. MR J; PHIPPS'^H^T S at COBRAM. S. BERRIGAN POST OFFICE. WHEAT FIELD AT 3. FARMERS' BERRIGAN. GRMN .SHM), BBRRmAN RAILWAY STATION. 7. BERRIGAN FARM HOUSE (MR SHANB'S). i RIVER MURRAY AT 8. RRIDOU! rwTJTO (Photograhps 1, 5, «, 3 by M. Clifton, Eerrigan)
TASMANIA [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
TASMANIA On December SO, at Hobart, 101.3 de grees were, recorded. This temperature is stated to be the highest for eight years in Tasmania. Miss James was travelling at 20 miles an hour on a motor cycle at Hobart, when both tyres blew out, and she was thrown heavily. Miss James sustained severe cuts and bruises about the body. Owing- to the temporary failure of the steering gear the steamer Loongana while proceeding down the Tamar touched the mud near Rosevears, and was delated JialjLau hour. The vessel, was not damagea.
NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
NEW ZEAIiAND The twin sons of a farmer named Kenerdine, residing at Gisborne, died .as the result of eating tablets contain ing- strychnine in mistake for sweets. Seven young men, including three postal employes, were arrested at Dan nevirk'e in connection with a series of thefts from hardware shops. Ralph Synolds received fatal in juries while playing in a polo match at Gisborne. He collided with another player, and both were thrown from their ponies. A fire in Clarence street, Devon., port, destroyed the post office, and greatly damaged five shops along the water front. During the work of rescue a fireman fell dead from apo plexy. A deliberate attempt was made on1 December 28 to burn down the resi dence of the secretary of the New Ar bitration Union at Blackball. Mrs Mori, however, discovered the fire and extin guished it. Charred paper and straw smelling of kerosene were found. A motor-car plunged over an em bankment on Bailey's Hill, Wellington. Three of the occupants were serio...
Crossed the Bar [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
Crossed the Bar Mr Richard Dall, a resident of Vic toria for 74 years, died at Fitzroy, aged 80 years. Mr Dall was a native of Scot land, and for 25 years was connected with the architectural branch of the State public service. He retired on a pension about 15 years ago. Mr David Strachan, a well-known member of the firm of Dennys, Lascel les, Austin and Co., died at Rossmora private hospital, South Yarra. He waa born at Montrose, Scotland, and came to Victoria as a boy. When 17 vear3 of age he entered the office of Messrs Phippgtji Turnbull and Co., as a junior clerk. In 1S75 he became bookkeeper to Dennys, Lascelles, Austin and Co., and was admitted to a partnership two years later,
Wills and Estates [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
Wills and Estates Jane Allen, of Laen North, widow, left personal property valued at £2773 to her children. Henry Hamilton, of Karramomus, farmer, left real estate valued at £2579 and personal property valued at £1>D1 to his widow. Donald M'Donald, of Banyena, retired farmer, left real estate valued at £13,175, and personal property valued at £63S8, to relatives and friends. Isaac Hopkins, of Hopkins street, Richmond, contractor, left real estate valued at £850, and personal property valued at £1766 to his widow. Laura Maria Campbell, o£ Kenmore, Dana street, Ballarat, widow, left real estate valued at £500, and personal propert3T valued at £1717, to her sister. Mary Jarvey Learmonth, of Hamilton, widow left personal property valued at £98S4 to her children and the children of her deceased son, Norman Lear month, subject to legacies of £300 each to her nieces, Margaret Macintyre, Mary Helen Heath, and Marion Jose phine Pearson, and a bequest of £100 to the trustees of the Methodi...
WHITE ANTS METHOD OF ERADICATION. THE FUMIGATING SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
METHOD OF ERADICATION. THE FUMIGATING SYSTEM. "White ants are often troublesome iii orchards and gardens. They may be effectively eradicated (states an authority)' by fumigating their haunts with hydrocyanic acid gas. Insects of the family Termitidae, the . family to which the "white ants" belong, feed on wood and dead vegetable matter, and live socially in mixed colonies of sterile and fertile'individuals. The term "white ants," by which these in sects are known, is entirely inappro priate, insofar as it appears to indi cate relationship with the true ants. They are not ants, but belong to the order Isoptera, being closely allied to the book-lice. The popular acquaint ance with the termite is derived from seeing it on its nuptial flight when the small, brown winged insects emerge from crevices in buildings and ground. These are the colonising forms, and not tne forms that actu ally do the damage, for the depreda tors are the soft-oodied, large-headed, milky white soldiers and worke...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
INSURE AGAINST FIRS WITH THB AACHEN & MUNICH. FIRE INSURANCE CO., 17 QUEEN STREET. MELBOURNH. iisub been tested and duly opened. 121 ME THE LAND WITH .Gypsum Fertilise* : (Sulphate of Lime). For Testimonials - Pamphlets. Prices, ©to., delivered at any station in Victoria, apply to ARTHUR H. HASELIi, 17 QUEEN STREET MELBOURNE. Cumins Smith & C?sv i poisons the most DEADLY O on the Australian Market — —■ BI-SULPHIDE of CARBON/ #>v PHOSPHORfSED WHEAT POLLARD and OATS NO DANGER FROM BUSH FIRES OBTAINABLEAT STOREKEEPERS OR WRITE FOR fAMPHLET TO -MANUFACTURERS .J"' 65- WILLIAM«ST\/ MELBOURNE
The Coiffure [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
The Coiffure Notwithstanding the fact that in all illustrations of the latest modes, mod els favor the pompadour sts'le of coif fure, hairdressers here shake their heads and declare that the time is not yet ripe. - Tlie Melbourne woman at the pres ent time is too enamored of the clas sical knot, and the hair waved softly over the brow, to desert it for a dres sing which for success depends on a certain refin-s-nent of :eat iro, ■ an-1 an unfurrowed forehead. The butterfly type of women who wear frilly clothes and fluffy hair scorn the mere sugges tion of the innovation, but she who favors the intellectual cult is viewing the advent of the pompadour dressing with eyes gladsome and expectant. Regarding another new coiffure a JParisienne gives this description:—"It i shows the hair waved and drawn back from the forehead, and well up froiti ! : the nape of the neck, the only loose coils or curls being those which hang j In front of the eais. It owes its inspir ation to pictures of ladie...
FIRE AT RICHMOND PRINTING WORKS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
FIRE AT RICHMOND "PRTTMTTNTi WORKS DESTROYED. t'The" place is on fire'. Ring bricade'" was the startling crj boy as he rushed into the office of the "Richmond Guardian" printing works a few minutes before 1 p.m. on Janua > 2' Mr A, Asher, the proprietor of the I premises, was seated at his c es , j within half an hour he saw plant 1 stock valued at between £o000 ana £6000 consumed by flames. "I ran to the telephone, sald on® j? those in the office, "and called the bi " igTide, while another chap rushed up the street and broke the alarm. ' The two calls were sent r^-pidl}, ana soon one hose cart and *jree,m®lVa " rived from the Lord street station, ^ hose cart and three men from Burme>, while the head station sent out a.motor hose carriage, a motor pump, and rc>J teen men. A steamer, a salvage .wag gon, a hose cart and eight men arr f from Hoddle street. When the first ot , the firemen reached the corner or Len nox and Gipps streets, where the works were situated, the flames...
CONSERVATORY AND POT PLANTS [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
CONSERVATORY AND POT FLiANTS Hardy ferns can scarcely be watered too heavily if the drainage is good. Fuchsias and heliotropes can also make use of large quantities of water. The only thing to fear is. stagnation of water in the soil. Free drainage will prevent it. Maidenhair ferns must be watered sparingly, and at regular' in tervals. Basket plants should he im mersed in a barrel of water for a few minutes once a fortnight in very hot weather. That is necessary to ensure a thorough soaking of the whole ball of earth. Palms, erotohs, and all plants cultivated for the foliage produced should have the broad leaves sponged at least once a week with warm soapy " water. Those who' have not sown the seeds ■ of cineraria, calceolaria, and primula should do so immediately. These plants require a long season of growth, and arrangements should be made to have them in full flower 'about the middle of July. The seeds should be started-early in , December. With care the plaiits from seeds sown a...
Grey Hair Popular [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
Grey Hair Popular Coming events cast their shadows before. There are indications that the grey-haired woman is about to enjoy a reign of triumph. Strands of grey hair are being introduced into many of the new . transformations and fringes, 011 much the same prin ciple as a dentist minimises the arti ficial effect in a manufactured set of teeth by introducing gold relief. About the temples or in the parting is the favorite place for the "setting. The fashion for powdering the hair is also on the increase, so women .need no longer sigh and lament on dis covering the first grey hair, Madame Lucile, whose frocks are' always described as "creations," is en deavoring to maintain the idea that the hair should accord with the color scheme of the dress. To achieve this, she has secured purple, blue, and even! green wigs to harmonise with the color tints of some of her special gowns.. Soft white wigs of the Marie An toinette period were recently worn on the Continent to enhance the appear anc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Weekly Times — 3 January 1914
FOR THE LIVER. People who suffer from liver disorders will find the following letters very in teresting:— From Mrs Ellen Waters, Forest Range, i South Australia. . j "Twenty years ago I was very ill. I I could not keep my food down, not even a drink of water. I was bad like j this for nearly three months. The j doctor made me wean my child as he i said that I had abscesses on my liver j and that I would have to have them j cut out. I was in the hospital at the i time. The doctor told me to take my baby home and come back again. I j had about IS miles to travel by coach, ; and some kind woman in the coach j told me of Warner's Safe Cure. She ' asked me to try it before I went back to the hospital. I did so. I took three bottles, and, thank God, I never have had to be cut about by any doctor and i have never suffered in the same way j since." j From Mr .T. Maddern, 57 Osborne street, j Williamstown, Victoria. "Some time ago I Was attacked with a pain under my shoulder blades, ex tendi...