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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

Rev. J. Flynn has some somribre :-things to .say re the Ndrthern Territory-land, absence.of railway : anid bipping'facilities, &c. .:A p.pony btlting with a buggy Sscattered the crowd at the june tion 'of Flinders and Swanston . stse,.ind-tried to jump a passing lorry - ..: The heat aave.in West Australia - has passed, and heavy rains are reported. THE UP-TO-DATE BOOT .MAN __ . E. W. ROBINSON. The Bargain Centre of Leongatha SFor S Ladies', Gentlemen's & Children's Boots and Shoes. And at Prices Lower than Else 0.... - .where. Wp And at Prices Lower than Else .. . , where. We understand bur Business, and .know when we are giving - g"od Value. Come and inspect the Stock which is New and Up. :-:: to-date, all the Latest Designs, anid bought from the Leading - Manufacturers. We guarantee you W every, satisfaction at the Noted BargainzCentre.-E.W . RoxaasoiN, l aBtir Stzhet,5Leonath SWOOREEN- SCHOOL.I Concert 6' Coffee Supper. Friday, March TIth. SN Aid of Methodist Chur...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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SCRIPTURE STUDIES. CLEAN HANDS AND A PURE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

/ iilSCRIPTURE STUD~tIES. 4'g' - - -~UC C -L'AN-HANDS AND A PURE S HEART.. SBY PASTOR RUSSELL.. 'I- Text, "Who-shall ascend into the Hill of ..~e Lord? Or vwho shall stand in His Holy . lace? : H hath bath clean hands and a eure heat. (Psa. xxiv., 3, i.) -The pen pictures of the Bible astound 'ia with their clearness ind forcefulness, their crispness and pointedness. The Pro S-.et David was not writing with ordinary p~etic licence, but was stating in poetic firm grand truths which he himself could ,nt fully appreciate. St. Peter tells us that this was.the case with, all the Prophets. fe said that holy men of God spake as tliey'e:ie-reimovedby the Holy Spirit; and t.at the things which they wrote were in otende4,. not ?.for themselves, but for the O.hubch;, duiing 'this Gdopel Age. ' Interpreting our text in lharmony with Sother prophecies, we perceive that the 'ibrds do not refer to the literal Zion, nor to, the .tI.H Place of Israel. Mount Zion, t.pically represented the Kiiigdoih ...

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SHOW DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

-·SHOWi~ DAPTES.-~:' -: : Following ar" thei dates for the annual shows in 1914?:-? : Leongatha?,i Wednesday, February 25. Foster, Wedneisday, March 4th. Bunyip,; Wednesday, March'1. : :

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Court of Petty Sessions. LEONGATHA, FEBRUARY 17TH. (Before Messrs McCartin and Kewish, J's.P.) THE THISTLE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

c oit Petits s ssions. LEo NAH ERUARY 17TH. - ~THE THISTLE ACT RiF Bish-ops hire ranger , v. ohnd Lardnerp Ohiarge of failure to destroy ragwort on allotm ent 5, seOtioni30 MriSuitherlad for the shiret cisoil-: Mrl ittle for defenidafint 0 4m R F. Bishop stfate th~lath served a notic onfti tdefinidait: off aillogtent 5secti on 30 icon tainung9i acres? Deedant did nocom witth notice He intspetedi tyhieplace ltr i anid could not say that anthinilg h1ad bleeni adone. lMrLardnier tol him (that he (defeindait).bowned the"allotmhent. He (comapbalii?t)-a?inslipected the shire bo?ks, and be lieved that de? fendai??towied tl laiand i-He savw the lanidthie dgay eore he served the n\:otide ; H:: :: filled in tnhe notice !after -thie JP sisigned 3To Mr Siiutierl and: He saw vMr 'Lardnier at the railway taionili wositht th and near th rifl buts wa -hi .-~e (dfen rt o d, that it was unecessary to-erve himr Johni Lard ner?defendannt; istated: Heifbei ver said :tiiat :ie.1was i-t the owner of thiei...

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SPORT AND PASTIME. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

SSPORT ANI PaSTIME ? I: -.. THE TURF. :Thie V.AT.C. Autumn ,racing campaign - will be concli'lef" at Caulfield to-morrow, ...when.i the rich- Futurity 'Stakes. will be. le cided..- A very select fiel -is sure to face the barrier, and .the-seven fuirlongs will probably le runiiin record time. Jolly. Beggarf,'Sea Prince' an'd:.Popinjay are.'.at;t ie head of affairs with 103, and fliey are sure.to be prominent .f the finish, bespedially :Jolly. .Begigar and .Popinjay, both. df. .whom wof their races last Saturday " in great style;. Both these."hofrses are in great heart, aiid the'l?best of the pair shotild go ver nehar annexing the rich stake.-. 'Broad sword is a good perforimrer, but'he has quite enough to. carry. in,'ifthi event. Cider is a brilliarinttrack performer, but .he' faili badly ib i public, and his performanice in the St. George Stakes was lfodt.to encouraging to:.his' admireri. Captain White has a good chaflice with 9.8, and if he is as well 'a - wheffhe -won the last Sta...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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TARWIN LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

TARWIN?LOWER . -. L:OE : to sever. hisiconnection with the Tarwinvt crickelt chlu For very mainyyears he hias been amSnem;n ber of theiaboveinamed club uand among mrainy enthusiaiists was '-re. garded as the club s mainistay He is knowii hroughout the~ dis trict asiain excellenit all roSund cricketer.: ::There is nto0t the slightt duilotit that it wil bie most difficilt to fillhis place in the cbanliib;t-aiia ::it?: cains? fely b esaid that he was ibsoliutely Tarwi i's best.. Mi Hay Macdowall gave the seco?id?of lhi- con:cbi rts on Moniday neigi t git ti inaidi- f thi local buish nursinulg funidi Againi thei seatingaccoiimmodation of* thehalilf ias ?taxed to theutimost, althdough thie lilj ..oi. mi i e~iittet :hacd? iprovided fuxrthii Ta imoladtiln As befoire beihad an appreciative audience, anid ?irov ided a ifdasB-tdtih their. apprecial outio Thes encores- de ma inffed shw;8 ed hoid eligli ted theyi were ?but spee:lal mention mueast be miid'e'of tlhe lady)instruinentalisit, .Miss ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Star
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District News. STONY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

District ::News. STONY. OREE . -, :Tbhe'.aiinual meeti?g: of.: th StnriTOr ek 1Mfech~hics' Institute iwas-held -on January 28tbh, there being a good attehdiaLnce. On t?Ot ie mibtion i.of: Or InTilis,: Mr -~J. J:G Oufthwaite was elected presidenit forthe? ensuing el months Thiei following gentlemen ere elected miemiaberis ofthe comi1 miiittee: Me?srs WM~ictiHutchisoin (vice president) F. Mo ore, A Stansfield;iT . charltoni D:Ganigs F W-.i 1 ms i 'iW?A"iT:'Or'itchbfield (tr'easuirdr), aIfd l R ::: :F.: Allei (secretary); Tha ba lanice-shee t for 1913 showed a net priofit of £98,: which was cobsideied very. satifadctory The inewly eleted ommiitteehave decided4 to erect i new~;stige- an min make ~various improvements to the hail,' the cbst ofwhridlinis tobdie defrayed by a series.of danices M M. IVB. J: Sleswilik, who: cones with firstclass credeintials? from the Yairrrawo?ga Buitter F::Factory, has iducceedddMrMO.? i Shieelainh as rmanriager of the 9loca factory. Mr Sheeihan h has ,bde...

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Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Street. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

Quips and Quiddites of the Man in the Str ee (By PODSAGUS) - A -theh :t request -ofi numerous : c.· : or6respondents, all interested-id :"'Fish and Fishing," I ha en??n ? deavored .to prepare a lighto .lighten the Gentiles " (Jews donlit t . go Ifishing);. but- as I haive:: not ,e beeinable to '.borrow a :wasttubh' ., thei owners fearing Ik would not return it; and 'the Coimmittee of S .the LAnglers,:Cludl passing a reso ,: lution against lendinig i '"tame fish,' I :have not yet gaiinied any practical knowledgi:eabouti quan - tity: and .quality s::sifficient: tOf S satisfy the:neiieds o:f ,those: in .search of kiiowledge'~-and of fishi. W:.ith" Hanilet?'- I hae iiimia odtse" -i'(tha lHamlet wais na a -briiefi Scot) Still . To emiggle or t dibble, that is tihe ques-7 tioni •-W~aetherkto bait a hBoo ith a - norm-or " Or take up arms'in ainy sea or river,' , : Td fish- and to one's friends to:send 'emn. _To fly to wori-- to whip- perchance to . . ,catch 'em. S To camip, or tie my boat ...

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MEENIYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

:: :MEENItPYAN . - The annu al meeting of sub sribers of tihe Mechanics' Insti. tte was held on Saturday: even iig. The bi0 acl shh-ee heet, as, read by th secretary isiowed that the overdraft had: been reduced during the year, and now stood iat. £190. The :.following officers were -ap pointed ---President, Mr G. HIow; vice president( MVIr :-V.: A.. ,L. k'dams treasurer, ?r . Mc Lean:i Owing .~ .the late: hour, tihe election of sicretary and com mfitteewill: take place at the ad jpurniedr imeeti?g, wich .-vill be held this evening. VeIry ?tcompli tientary remarksw;erew made. by Mir. R. MLean: anhd supported by' sev~eal' rmeibe-rs,' of the- work dBone by .Mr T; Weisford as presi :dinit du?ing his jterim of: office; it beingifreel y expresosed. tliatf.M; 'Vjilsforibhad :filled thie position inu a very effidient. manner, -and was one -of fthli hardest workers 0on thie commiittee : .Mr F.. Bel'cher, elidest 'son, of Mrs. :Belcherwho underwent a very :.seriou-s :o peraitioin i::.-St. Vin...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

The road race rffirm Bri y Greek t ocaaiipbell's ihop: on :: Wednesday? afternoon created :a faii?amounthiofihterest.. The day .; was a: trying one for cycling, bu;i: the tjourney was covered in the fair time of 43 minntes.: Thie" first man to arrive hmediie was E. Gwyther, who hal 1 mniiinute-:' start. J. Ford (1min), and G.' Ford- (2min) wvere seco?nd and':; third. The winner also secured the prize for the fastest time; - . The Miniister of Mines is' :; to-: make a personal inspection of e :the dredging devastation in the Ovens .:: Valley and other parts. -' In America a lynching party ' put a noose around the neck of a negro criminal and made him jump : from a railway bridge. 1914 is here and you will require diaries and almanacs. We have a good . range in stock. L. L. Smith's almanac is always popular, and we have them . always in stock. Diaries are handy to : keep stock and farm accounts. Don't forget hooks and lines for the river. .We :-.' have large stocks on hand at Ford's j...

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Mail Service. MAILS RECEIVED AND DESPATCHED FROM LEONGATHA Closing Hour. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

Mall Sg .erv MVJAILS *RECEIlED AND D 8 PATOHEb) FROM ILEONGAT2HA To Melbourine & . Korumlbpura 7 3. 45p.m. All egations to Port Albeiftf 14 .m Leongatha South Mooi Wed & Fr 114 a.m. Mirboo North Tues. Tihukrs Sat 11 an.n Mardan Toes. Thurs. Sat 11 a.m. McKinnon' e R.(0. Toies) Thurs, Sat 11 a.m. WheelankilHO Tues. Thurs., Sat 11 am. Konrooman East: ' Tues; Thur, Sat 11 a.mni Mardan Southb Tu a Thurs., Sat. 2 p. W.ooreent RO.g Tues Thurs Sat. 1140 .m. Frafnconme's R 0 Harper's R.0 0 Toes & Satuiday 123 pm T'trw n to Tarwin Lowers '- 'nd Cashin's 1sbae:g--:. Tues., Thiurs. Sat. 1-.2 noons Ston :Creek to Dollar; ,Fidge's R.0, Scbtta's" " - R.O. & Mirboo Sth, ' .: Mon., Wed. &ri 2O:p Mecniyan to Dumbai Nerrena Eas-?-orta~i W .oriyl Dodd's and Mirboo i:: Monr, Wed., Fri.- 1p Fish Creek to Yanaki--: :.: Monday) Fish Creek to WaratahN::.-: : and. Waikerville -':.: ·. - Tues., Thiurs ..Sat. 1 p.m?'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

SM'Cartih & Co , eongatha. SSheep and Cattle Salesmen, Stock, Station, Land & Financial Agents. CATTLE SALES, 1914. Leongatha. Korumbra. Thurs: ? Friday.: February ...; 5 19' ; ;".. :-13- 27- ' a " rch 5 19- 13 2t .-April - ... 16 30 24 m ' ay. : 1 :4 2 :8 8.22^. '- June-,' .'11 25 :^- -5 19-- SAugBust 6i ' 20 14- 28 September 3 17 2..11: 25 , October 1. . 1 15* 29 9 23 -November .. 12 ?26 : - .; 6 20 . December ... 10 24 ,:... 4 18 D- : enotes First Sale.,: Agents for Sun lire Office; Colonial Mutual Life; National Triistees, JEecdu tars and Agency Co. , - Head office, Leongatha, Branch office Korumburra.. . -- :: Loans Negotiated. Phone 28, Leongatha. OUnRT NEXT- SALE ON TRURSDAY, 5TH MARCOH To Onion Growers. ALL persons wishing to sell Onions delivered in Leongatha from the present time until 31bt May next should communicate with - McCARTIN &-CO.,: - . S Leonaatha & Kornmburra. Mathieson & Javis, · 2?tk ad: Station Agents, Sheep - and Cattl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

Fi I I ?RE C. :.RAIG'S NEWS AGENCY ..:..-:!TEMP[,ORARY."P REM-TSES, TIN. SNELL'S ]BUTILDINGS, Stock Stationery Con - feotionery and School Book;s '.to haid, togethe-1i.witni , our usual. suipply of Newspapers anMdMaga eines. Tickets for Eibht Hours and Druids' Art Unions. Commnowealth Carriage . Faotory and -SHOEING FORGE, - LEONGATHA. J. H. H CAMPBELL -lh restgan_ otufrer in the Th ort you want is %he- B6t ,,andthat is my: sort: .. Yehioles of all descriptionse, made on the premises.. ,No slumming. 'Every articli finishedoff-with care and S elegance. My.work has .been in the distrioct *foryears, and speaks foritself( Blacksmithing executed in all its S branches., - Do-You' Want- Good Value For Your Money ? PRICES RIGHT. IF SO, CALL ON - F 19 T H. COCHRAN, -Year&rswith Robison Bros., Engineers, BOILER BMAER~S Coppersmiths, Etc.) LATE .H. SL IMON, PLUMBER and TINSMITH, &c., LEONGA-THi:A,: i; I-"OR the Following Lines:--TANKS, TROUGHS, and BATHS, and alt Iroi I,. Work ...

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Korumburra Show. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

:i-- Korumburra- Show . will patronised, theli sum of;£1' ,bielin taken't i :o~the oiu~ter gat ld. for admissioiton the gcand stand. This was £~8-below ilasgt-year;, hicl: shtiuld be conside red ve-ry satis factory:-i'Follding is a recor;d 'of prize-takers in: Woorayl shire :-. .: DRAUGHT.STOCK.:' •.Yearlin colt- 0io gelding J. Allison 1. .Dry: mare?: any ige E S C?respin 1; R- N So tt:, .iJ Al lison 32 .Brood 0 0 e ?? ith-: foal·: at fB ot; any aige-?Hennessyf Sonis-i a ind oh ;nmpiion : Ali llison. 2 , .: Fi:illyi Y2yrs dold F.,.S'cott -i Leongatha LaboClon Yearling fil ly F-Bel 1 J Al lison EVENTS Lady shack, riddenty a lad DI -J Bourke 1 .?E.?Suth'rland.:2 T Riggall 3. Lady' rider, ;rational costuime Mrs?E Croy a1 1Mis g Collin s 2, Miss RliggalL 3 Buggy ihorse ormdare iven Dp. J. Bour-ke 1 JHahileisy 2 SHORTORNS. Bull, 1year T RBiggall 1 C-ow, a ny age- . W ashi i andi: d champion. -I Heifer, 2yrs, J. Hendeirson. 2., Heifer, lyr T Riggal. 1 .·:·· ·:'o :- nHERyEFR;DS:o Bull 3~~a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

To Victoria the matter of closer settlement is of such stpreme im portance, that aiiny members of the House of Assemblly who may have.become unusually excited:in discussing it must ble-pardbnded. The State is spehding:millions of money in buying big estates to be cut up into-allotments suitable for the small-: older;it is advanicing other millions to-those small hold ers to put them on their feet. This policy if successfiully carried out, means thle peopling of our vacant spaces, and the. lasting prosperity; of our .rather 'over grown cities., However, th-e Com mittee appointed.to inquire into the. matter issued a'report-which has filled 6 many .. members 'of Parliament and -many :.of.thlie public .with disiay :.We are told that good land has be en bou-ght at too high a price- that so:much poor land has been'our chased that the would be settler: has: left thousands of. acres of it:on the broad -ba6ks¢ of the" taxpayers?, that many. of-the settldrs -them selves are hopelessly in arre...

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INVERLOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

INVERLOCH         A meeting of the committee and members of the aquatic sports and concert held on 27th January was held in the hall on Saturday last, when the balance sheet was presented by the presi- dent ( (Mr R. N. Scott). The total profits were £22 1s 10d, out of   which the proceeds from the con- cert were £13. A committee con- sisting of Messrs R. N. Scott, O. Ullithorne, H. Bartlett (secre tary) ,Western, Anderson, Dixon, Kewish, Bellingham and Hal     ford was appointed to carry out improvements on the fore- shore. A sub-commiittee con   sisting of Messrs N. B. Fraser, Kewish, Hehir and Ullithorne was also appointed to report on ways and means of formation of golf links here. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr R.N. Scott and all who had assisted in making the celebrations so suc- cessful.

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Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 20 February 1914

:L .··:·':.Buls~h Fires. i:Thelong speill. .of dry.? weather. hhias : :leer resp~osible -:for : the ?preid:. of? fires :tiroudfhou6 'tii district, li 'fortiinately bheyond the los': of:grass an:d fencinig, no serious damage ':has: lbien:done. Ealyii the el eeithe; prop rties .of Messirs Pi1lobhesy,? Jas.Knight, Dagger; andid:Mrs Treblecook at thi:S West of Leotigatha,. were bswepthoth Messrs Phil Clohesy and Daggerli-adl difficuilty in saving thelir:?ilwellings; : t Leodigith-Soiith: fires :raged on the Sprtnirgdale esitae, and the orchartd o6f Mi :Jas. Martin was destroyed,.as well as &uan tilly of grass anrid feicing. Messrs eoilRoughead, and andii r alsdo losi a quantity of grass, and otheir settlers:suffered to a snialler ex lentent The ILeongatn a -Sutli Scool was mind inger, but timlyl aid prevebtdaned the spiead o tih'efBae flamens to.itat buildinIg .A great deal oftimlberifell across itheroad anld fblokedtraffic butt the burn iglogs were removedl as soon as possible....

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Postal Information. AUSTRALIA & TASMANIA. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

-Postalilnformation. . : AUSTRALIA & TASBMANIA. LETTERS. 2 - .~Within 'Comimonweal'th andi, !i all places iiin Britil sh -::: i :i pi e,peir- j~,ounoe .. · :-:0:1 Eaoh additional ?0?.? :... 0'1 POST..CARDS. Within -Commonwealth :aod . Iall placesl in:British ,Em. ; Spire, single, each --:; -:.-.;, .10 1 Reply, each half : 0''1fl To all other places, single1? l hesply cards ... ... O NEWSPAPERS, Within coimionwelth ?nd. : New Zealand,for every, newspaper, up to10 . 0:Io O SNewspapers piinted outside the Commonwealth are subjeot to maeg; aine rates obf postage.: United Kingdom-Not exi;. ..I ceeding 8soz, ea6h news paper .0.. . .. 1 Each additional 20oz.. : . For transmissioni wholly by?. ; sea per Orient andd P. and. ::I,: ':0. steamers, 16oz- ' ... 0 1 Other places~ :nbt exceeding!.?-_ 4z .,s 0 1 Each additional 2oz B lOOKS, Vithin the NCommonwealth ::.':: o- or bo0oksiritei d in Aus: tiralia per 8o-sfi or part )0 Printed outside Australia, peif 4osoor pait thereof. . O To Ne...

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Potato Growing Competition [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

Potato 6riowing 00ompetition The Kiama Agricultural Association' potato-growing colnpttifidh? (N.S.\'. is an interesting event, and one tha should be follo?it'd, W4hert lracticabhl with oth?ir descriptionbs of-' thrm n pr d"suc 6exhibits thioii~hout th colony (wrtes the "Sydney MBorui: 'IEfaill). In many of the south coas districts it" is asserted that .potator cannot be grovpn luccessfully o0oiisig t the 'I'edval-ice bf 'h' "falit la~ ady-bircd" and it is a-.fact that the arei dridh crop every year is comparatively silna During a trip along the coast reeIadl however, I. noticed several very nicr ipatches of: p'dtatoes, perfectl? healths and I cannot see why farmeri a w. have such fertile soil do :not giv iiiore attention-to this crop. It i: said thlit south coast tubers do no keep :well. The same complaint i ftehn'heard. against potatoes.grown ii other parts of Australia, even whert they:are grown moist extensively. TIh :farmers in those parts do not gro them to keep, but to sell w...

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Dairying [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Star — 24 February 1914

Dsirying Th ; isnihorning of very yo?gm. calves Is comparatively painless, ,and oan be done quickly and with ease. The niethod recommended by the eijperts of the Departmnient of Agriculture for Ire land is to dliip the hair from the top of the horn when the calf is fodin tivo to five days old, then slightlyntoisteoin the .nd of a stick of caustio pbotash, which can be obtained from aiiy chem? ist, and with it .rub. the tip..ft each horni firmly-for about a luarter.: of a minute, or until the potash hbst made a slight in?pressioh on tilhe ceitzre. of the horn. lThe horns should be t~ieated in a .similar manner from t~ib to four times, according to the size 'of - the horn and thoe age of'thie ahimal. About fivc miniutes should elapse ie .tiveen each application. If duinig tle 'interval of ,five niihnute?iiftr oite o. miore aplidcatiobis a littl? blbdod ap pears in the centre of the hor.i.t will thleii only 'be necessary to: gi.:. andi other -vcry slight rubbing w.it the potash. The fo...

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