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POULTRY YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

POULTRY. -YARD ;:t boireful :'.poulry-k eper will godinto'. the .,owlhouse now and then ..in: tl evenimi , to see' he:I birds 'ia allriglhf as; thliir exacc cnditionisncan b: oLi served wheni on the perch`' Should any Bi.ild be brathing :::iard, a tea spoonful of : Warmed glycerine, follow -ed bfS one of salad oil, shl?ld be given 'at once, as this treftmenitt w.Will ease in: a short time:; then give itwo roup pills, and on an average, - fifteen birds out of- every twenty will be well in from three to seven days, 'if treated when the first symi'toius appear. Should, the rattling in the :throas be very severe, and the breathling .hard the flesh over the lungs shlould be pain ted ,with tincture of arnica. For the man who goes in solely for eggs, a foroing system of feeding is all right, but it is bound to ?:1 detri mental to. breeding stock,: -tand:?this is why' pullets; '-intended :for breeding purposes, should not be :given quanti ties df- nourishing soft food :.f they are, it almos...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARRIED IN HER SHROUD. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

NMARRI-ED IN HER SHROUD. After being pronounced incurable by a score or more of physicians of the first rank and cpcrated on nine times, each time with supposedly fewer chan o?s of recovery, Miss Scphio M. Koortlh of Bhltimore, U.S.A., was married on S-ptenmber 29, to Jeremiah J. Rails bach in the dress which, four years ago, she made withl her own hands for her shroud. Four months ago, after the last and most daring opera tion, Miss Koerth felt for the first time that a curo had been effected. Miss Koerth's ease is well-known among surgeons. At one hospital she beg ged to be operated upon, but the sur :gions refused, declaring it would mean nothing but death. ..........

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR ELWOOD MEAD MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

MR ELWOOD MEAD MELBOURNE, Thursday. Mr Elwood Mead left Sydney to-day ean route for San Francisco.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNKIND. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

UNKIND. "I studied painting abroad," said the artist. "That explains it," replied the critic, "I've never seen a cow like that in this 3ount&y.'"

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLLISION OF GOODS TRAINS A GUARD INJURED Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

COLLISION OF GOODS TRAINS A GUARD INJURED Melbourne, Thursday. Owing to the failure of the air brakes a goods train ran into another between Adamstown and" the Cardiff tunnel in New South Wales. No lives were lost, but a guard was injured, and the rolling stock received extensive damage,

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE BALANCE SHEETS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

SHIRE BALANCE SHEETS A comparison of the balance sheets issued for last year by the various Gippsland shires brings out some interesting facts in re gard to the amounts paid for salaries, from which it would ap pear that the Orbost Shire Coun cil has become excessively liberal in this respect. The following figures are reduced to round num bers, but are substantially correct. They give the amount of rates col lected in each of the municipalities mentioned, the total revenues and the several amounts paid for salaries. Shire. Rates. Re- Sal venue. aries. £ £ £ Avon .. 2375 4082 429 Bairnsdale 5697 II,351 787 Omeo ... 3242 6372 686 Maffra ... 3411 7473- 546 Orbost ... 26490 5445 -778 Tambo ... 2097 4780 672 From the above it will.be seen that the Orbost Shire, with less than half the revenue of .the Bairnsdale Shire,:pays nearly the same'aniount- in salaries,-and with less revenue than :the Omeo Shire it pays more iwhile:the compari son with other three-municipali ties is more or less ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOMBALA TO ORBOST BOMBALA TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

BOMBALA TO ORBOST Bo~nIcaL TIMEs. The closer we look into the subject of having a good road made from Bombala to Orbost via Delegate the btter it seems. Since writing the article on this question two weeks ago we have crm municated with some of the people wl o know the country traversed by this road, and they are all of opinion that it is possible to get a good road made that wdill carry motor and heavy traffic. The advantages of this road over the Cana River road are that it is 15 miles shorter, that it wi'l serve all Southiern Monaro and the Victorian people living along the border at Bendoo and Bonang, and it will give the people in this remote part of Gippsland the outlet they are en titled to. When the connecting line of railway is built there is no doubt it will follow the Cann River route, and will reach Bombila via Bondi. That will be no good to, the residents of De!egate, Bendoc, Bonang, Delegate River, and surrounding localities, and if they have no decent road to Orbast t...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RURAL WORKERS (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

RURAL WORKERS (TO THE EDITOR.) Sir,-I would not take up your ,......space re telegram in the AGOE Of the three working men who were in search of work in East Gippsland and were consigned by the secretary •of the Labor Bureau to the Orbost railway works and failed to be taken on, but I as a working man would betray my nature and confidence in the working man if I allowed such Sstatements to go uncontradicted at this season of the year, If they failed to be employed on the railway there was plenty of work to be had amongst the farmers, and most of them are only too willing to employ any labor that is offering. My little experience of present day laborers is that so long as they can get a few diys" work to keep body and soul together it is quite sufficient for the vast majority that are seeking work. It would be very desirable for such a class to join the Rural Workers, if so be that it is loafers they require. I am, yours, etc., E. V. PURCELL. . Newmerella, 2nd February, 191A4,

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the views or hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our correspondents.)

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHEMICAL VALUE OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

CHEMICAL VALUE OF MAN. Dr Emil Hahn, writing in the Mode zinisohe Blaetter, mentions £1 11/6 as the value of a man weighing 1501bs The man's fat, according to the writer is worth 10/5. Of iron, there is barely enough to make a nail 1 inch long. There is, however, sufficient lime to wash a good-sized fowlhouse, Of phospherous, there is enough to put heads on 2200 matohes, and the magnesium in his body would provide a very -pretty fireworks display. The man further holds within his organism albumen in sufficient to make 100 eggs while of sugar he has a teaspoonful, and of salt a mere pinch.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NATIONAL APPLE DAY. ENCOURAGIN FRUIT CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

NiATIONAL APPLE DAY. ENCOURAGIN FRUIT CONSUMP TION. One of the happiest ideas that have come to us from American fruitgrowers (sa?ys the "Journal") is that of a National Apple Day, the object being to bring before the great communities of city consumers, in the most attrac tive manner possible, the virtues of the apple, not only as a choice item oi dessert, but as a valuable, everyday article of dict. The idea could be copied with distinct advantage in this oountry. As the National Apple Day would be primarily a great advertising campaign, on behalf of the king of truits, the scheme would require to be designed on a generous scale, and in a mranner which would appeal to . the greatest number of consumers. It may be rather ambitious to adopt one American featurc-:-the free distribu tion of apple pies (special machinery at the Spokane National Apple Show turn ed out these pies at a ratq of :2250 per hour). However; it would: certainly. pay well to give choice apples for sale: in the s...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CANADIAN FISHERIES. EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

: CANADIAN FISHERIES. E-TRAORDINARY ACCIDEN.1 , Anl extraordinary, condition,... oia :in.g the Biritish- Coluinbia.- Salmon i fili .erices, which may . siciosly 'iffcit- it, futire of the canning trade,& livs'entii ly been. reported to tlhe isheiees'De partinent,~ -,it Ottawa; . -lic - liiTdili their iBritish Columbia lin -*.:'.lI;img :the precipitouis banks of: theli Frasri Iver, tbh: Canadiah Northern railway, ':si;g pdorted .to have b. blasted .' -:niorm.ius quantities" of :: ro .cl into the 'ifaniii' .salibon river. :;These masses of§ rcls .ha ve so. : deflected (tlie .curent tlhat a:iheh a :big :'iun" occurs, tlihey ar 'unable ',to passi tlie obstaole,; -ilh;: i.ol con'seqiienitly : 'ivcnted fromi-;renao ;ing :their :spawning giounds.: : .:': : This year therei.was. ig b ri ' run" a-imdI .it ;is: stated :that 4-seiei: the ý.s lmoion" iteached these dams, thley were nnifall t;o go: ni aid:inillions turned ..bclk and l'died' withou&t spawniing. Thei;results, wiill...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW\\. "V len patentll speifications are lodg ed, are they acoepted by the Govein nmcnt 111 that forl'?" The alswer by ?llr. G. G. Turri to this question is that in some countries they are. and in those countries it is all the more imlportant for the appli cant to have the specilicnation properly worded, for if it is not, he may lose benefits otherwise obtainable-lperhaps he may lose a fortune. In Australim, however, wh:ile a great mlany are ac cepted as filed, there are aiueondinents made to suit the examiinirs, before an acceptance is issued, in a fair pro portion of the applicants. We now give further details of Aus tralian Patent Law, in oontinulation of the matter on the subject in our pre vious issue, and as supplied by Messrs. Turri & Co. "Proceedings for the insertion in a specification of a disclaimer, correction or explanation proposed by applicant may be taken, and such alteration will be allowed if the specification as amend ed...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

WOMEN'S NTERESTS ('By "Ambrosino.") American dressmakers, says the New York correspondnt of the "Daily Tele graph," are devoting some attention to the possibilities of pina cloth, from the Phihppines, as an artistic substitute for the diaphanous gowns worn by American w11omen, who demand the very latest thing in dress fabrics. Samples are being shown here, and the stores are ordering considerable quantities foi next season. Pina oloth is more diaphanous than the thinnest of ovile, more pellucid than the most clinging crepe do Chine, and more transparent than the thinnest, of crepe meteor. It Sean be doubled several tunes and still be transparent. In one layer it has no more thickness than cobweb, and gowns made of pina will he called cob web gowns. It is called pine cloth eocause it is made of haif silk, and half pine apple fibre. It crmes in all col ors, and in stripes of all designs. It can be bought at a shilling a yard in the Philippmces, but i ill probably sell for two shilling...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BOY KNEW HE WAS HONEST [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

TH, BOY KNIEW HE WAS HONEST A man who .ept a small shop was waiting on a single customer early one morning. His little boy and he were alone at the time, and the .:hop keeper was obliged to go upstairs for some ohange. Before doing so be -whispered to the little chap to watch the customer, to- see that lihe didn't steal anything. Very soon the proprietor returaed with the necessary change, and the boy sang out: "He didn't steal, anyt?i'g, pa; I watched him."

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

- 1- -- - 'I;;r :;:f':: -:'-·~- .,·i·' · ::-:::; :· .;· :::i 9 ~., :.·..· ·1. ··. di ·· i 66 9! ··:· -;i' ': -·~-" R '' · i ~· ·· A· PURE SPHRI'IT. arr~ur~c~asuar-il~a~arnUrrr;i~Cr~Pr~Nlo- . ·o-~Cla~LU1~Mure~ nrruzmnlur`~uCu~rr.~L`IYII~PI) k MNEY To LENDD f REMOLID DUNCAN W'ELLER . 67 QUEEN.ST .MF I1B9URIJ I II l s~.i r :, 'bf: 1 ~t ______u {~jI~* 7n figlo *Is hn.'l &o ' - D'r ~ llir r· *I~ mocd IIdrl tl rgh ay 0,~ l~i ,r·.l: ~/r AT LASTI t{:HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH SEPARA .TDRS available at prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduotion of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" Has dealt a death-blow to the Exorbitant Prices charged by our Compotitors. MAKE NO MISTAKEI The New Model "VEGA" is ro toughly and cheaply constructed separ ator. It has no su perior in quality, and in price Chere's nothing to apprloach it. WE ASK all intending buyers to verify these statements, rad tlhus SAVE 5IONEY, which is nlone too plon tiful thLese times. PiRICES: :2 Gal. £3 15 0 28 Gal.. £7 0 0 55 Gal. £310 10 0 80 Gal. ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BIT OF A MYSTERY [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

BIT OF A MYSTERY S:-They were seated beneath a tree in `:.the park, and the moon was shining to 'make one's thoughts turn to love. Presently the girl said--"Oh, James, dear, I can't understand why you lavish your affections on me above all tlhe other girls in the world 10Do tell me why it is?" "Blowed if I know, Jenny," he re plied, "and all my pals say they're blowed if they can make it out, either I'

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNUAL GRAY. CHAPTER I MR. AND MRS. BLACKADDER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

Terribly Tempted. A SERIALL STORY BY Al__ABEL GRAY. CHAPTER I. MR. AND M1tll. sLAUKADDER. 'Mly nature is subdued To what it works in, like the dyer'si hand. Pity me, then, and wish I were re-:= newed., Never Was theie, such aui array of babies, and of all the depressing sights" that can greet the eyes of a political. economist, a niodern philosopher, or a pensive student of humanity, surely thei vision of twenty helpless iufants--the. greater portion deserted by their par ents-is about the most distressing: They were not only a puzzle and a problem to social reformers, good Chris tians, and politicians, but what was worse for their souls and bodies, were probably destined to become a perfect nuisance to society. Who cared is they lived ori died? Would they not Uitimately constitute the rank and file of the army of mar "yrs--that great phalanx of victims aiho fill our gaols, unions, and asylums. Mrs. Blackadder, under whose tender care these lost lambs were securely plac ed, knew. a ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HADN'T KNOWN HIM LONG. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

HAI)N'T KNOWN HI?ILONGU . --Unole Toby was aghast at finding a stirange darky with his aim around Mandy's waist. "Mandy, tell that niggah to take his ahm 'way from round yo' waist," he iindignantly commanded. "Tell him yo'self," said Mandy Shaughtily. "Hce's a puffect stranger to me."

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DEADLY INSULT. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914

A DEADLY INSULT. "Harry Love," exclaimed Mrs Knowall to her husband oin his return one evening from his office, "I have b-been d-dreadfully insulted I" "Insulted ?" exclaimed "Harry love' "By whom?" "B-by your mother," answered the young wife, bursting Into tears. "My mother, Flora ? Nonsense I She's miles on a visit to poor Tom." Flora dried her tears. "I'll tell you all about it, Harry love," she said. "A letter came to you this morning addressed in your mother's handwriting, so, of course I -I opened it." "Of course!" repeated Harry dryly. "It-it was written to you all tl-e way through. Do you understand?" "I understand. But where does the insult come in?" "It-it came in the p-p-postscript," cried the wife, bursting into fresh floods of briny. "It said-'P.P.P.S Dear Flora d-don't fail to give this 1-letter to Harry. I w-want him to h-have it."

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