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RIPENING THE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 12 February 1915

RIPENING THE CREAM. The development of a certain degree of sourness in the cream is most de sirable. It produces more butter ol: bet ter quality, which keeps longer. But beyond this stage of souring when the cream is said to bo ripe, it is undeirable to go. Experience teaches the dairy maid when the correct degree of acidity has been reached. It may be judged : by the taste and the smell, or may be j determined by the acidimeter when the I cream shows an acidty of .5. When i oream has passed this stage undesirable I fermentation changes set which ; spoil the flavor and keeping quality of the butter, and what is of much more importance, from tile point of view of the present discussion, such cream yields a very soft butter. " To ensure the best results, therefore, one must churn the cream when it is ready. A weekly "churning day" in hot weather will not suffice. As regards the churn ing itself, it is practically impossible without the use of ice.i To obtain firm butter in the heat of...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIME. ITS USES AND VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 12 February 1915

LIME. ITS USES AND VALUE. It is one of the advantages of liming the soil that the lime has a chemical action, disintegrating the mineral con stituents in the soil, ami thus rendering available for plant nourishment tlie soil potash and phosphates which ivould otherwise remain inert. For this reason its application this season is especially appropriate, be cause its action will release soil iiotash, and thus help to maltc up for the lack of the ordinary commercial potash. Liming the soil was a general prac tice half a century ago, but its use has become less general. There is, how ever, evidence in many parts of the country, that, apart from the above consideration, applications of lime are becoming essential, and although it may not be necessary to revert to the old practicc of such heavy dressings as 0 or 8 tons to the acre, it is probable that smaller dressings of about a ton to the acre, applied once in the course of each rotation, would be attended with good results, especially ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SLIPCOTE CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 12 February 1915

SL1PC0TE CHEESE. One of the simplest of soft cheeses to make is the old-fashion slipcote cheese, which is produced in Rutland shire (England) and occasionally also in the surrounding districts. It has only quite local importance. The me thod of its manufacture is briefly as follows:-A small quantity of millc is coagulated by adding a little rennet, the curd then being drained either in a strainer or cheese-cloth until suffici ently dry to-be moulded. The moulding may be done in a dessert-plate, or alternately in a small square, wooden form, about 4 in. by 6 in., and 2 in. deep. Here the rest of the whey drains off. When of firm consistence', the cheeses are taken out and removed to a cool place, being placed on a shelf and left to ripen for from three days to a week-according to the wea ther. The warmer it is, the more quickly do they ripen and become ready for consumption. Formerly it was customary tp put them between cabbage leaves while put by until fit to eat, bnt this cannot be...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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THE RICHNESS OF CREAM IN BUTTER-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 12 February 1915

THE RICHNESS OF CREAM IN BUTTER-MAKING. A question was recently asked in the ?New 1 ork Px*oduc6 JJeviuw'J as to "what richness of cream creamerymen prefer for buttermakiug; also the enquirer wanted to know tho average test oi farm skimmedcream receipts. From th(j answers given by practical dairy men in the United States, it seems that around 30 per cent and 35 per cont is generally preferred. fcJome, however, run as high as 45 per cent. The range was from 30 to 45 per cent. Pos sibly about 35 per cent would be tho average cream desired by the creamery man in his business. A richer cream for butter making is preferred because it gives a better body to the butter, is mceir to handle, and satisfies both creameryman and creamery patron to better advantage. One maker advised a 4o per cent, cream, because is held that when tile cream cans and vat were raised and the cream pasteurised- and a starter added, it was thinned down enough to churn. A rich cream, lie also held, saves ice and tim...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 12 February 1915

Business Advertisements. ...FOR... RE - BUSLDSN' ...AT.. Look out lor Bargains after the January. Several Lines to clear at Great Reductions. New Bargains every day for the Next 3 Weeks. 'WATCH THE PRICES in Windows and Doors. Balance of Toys and Fancy Goods at HALF PRICE. . Bar= gains in Remnants of all kinds. Great Clearance of Dress Materials, &c., &c., General Carrier and Forwarding Agent. Furniture, Pianos, Etc., carefully and; expediti ously Removed, Packed, or Stored. IF0[F§[EW<O>©ID> Of Best Quality delivered to all parts.of district in 1ft., 1ft. 6in., or 2ft. Blocks. Best Household Coal on hand. Charges Reasonable. Address: McI*eod=str@et, . Wonthaggi. Commonwealth JfcBanh ot Hustralfa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY thli Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILD!IMG, COLLINS STREET, SVlSt-BOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Brisbane, ftockhainptcn, Townsville, and London. Gftblt remittances inade...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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RAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

RAPE. Of the two varieties frequently grown, that known as the dwarf Es--. sex is by far the best and most u.seful. The crop possesses many advantages, amongst which may b© mentioned its earliness of maturity, low cost d* seed, and great value of produce for sheep and pigs. With proper precautions as to quality and as to feeding only ectly after milking, it can be profitably used for milch cows also. itape does well on all properly m::;i aged soil; but naturally yields its best: on rich grownl, so that farm yald manure should be used. An ajjplica tion of a good complete fertiliser also pays well, and it should be'rich .in ni trogen. When for Siny reason growth does not seem to be as rapid as it I should be, a dressing of one cwt. per acre of nitrate, of soda works wondors as a top dressing. Sowing in drills 2j leet apart is best, as this allows for thorough cultivation, and so of nnteh larger crops being produced. The yield is, of course, principally valuable fcrr soiling or holding...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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FARMERS AND COLLEGES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

| FARMERS AND COLLEGES. The training; of a young farmer must always bo a theme for interesting study. The day is now past when the son followed the footsteps of hia father, with no wider outlook on life, or more intimate knowledgo of rele vant sciences and contemporary prac tice than was ali'ordod by tuition on the ancestral holding. Farmers of the present generation, many of whom en tered their careers from such schools of circumscribed attainment, appreci ate the disadvantage of a narrow sur vey and imperfect knowledge of alter nate systems, and accordingly make a point of giving their sons opportuni ties for obtaining a closer insight into broad principles and practical details. Thirst for knowledge on the part ox the son increases in proportion to the desire of the parent to repair deficien cies he has himself endured. The pros perity of tho agricultural colleges testi fies to the growing eagerness for full. educational equipment, not only as a preliminary to a professional care...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PEACH PRUNING. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

PEACH PRUNING. Tlie Pacific Bural Press says:-Ed. Amos, a successful fruit-grower of Placer Oouuty, whose fruit is highly commended by the .Newcastle fruit shippers, lias a system for his forty acres of peaches which appears reason able, though new to most of us. It is a system which he claims produces maxi mum crops because it uses practically all of the energy of the tree for fruit | production instead of wasting it on new growth, which would have to be con stantly cut back. Brieily, his method is this: A new shoot grows one to three feet this year. l>on't cut it back next year; j but let it grow. There will be a few ! peaches on it and a great many strong 'juds will develop to set and mature a crop the following year. After that crop is off, cut off the whole shoot back, to the main branch. Other buds will grow from about the same place and below it ou the big limbs to go through the same cycle. While this shoot is bearing its heavy crop, others will be growing and setting fru...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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TURKEY REARING. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

I * TURKEY REARING. I Turkey hens should bo given entire liberty, and allowed to seek their nosts at their own will. If barrels partially covered with brush are placed ou their sides in fence comers, and places some what hidden, hen turkeys will usually accept them as nests. A thick coat o£ straw should be put in the barrel for the hen to arrange as a nest. The eggs should be gathered regularly and handled carefully, keeping them in a dry, cool place ami turning them every day. Turkeys may be hatched in in cubators, but a common hen is bet ter. The lieu turkey will lay about three clutches in a season, and she should be kept laying by breaking her up when she goes broody. Merely de stroying her uest will cau^e her to give up the notion of sitting and put her to laying again. The hen turkey is a rather good mother. If she is allowed to sit she must be set where sho laid her eggs. The eggs hatch in four weeks. Young turkeys should bs left in the nest from 3(3 to" -18 hours after they ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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VALUE OF THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

VALUE OF THE SILO. The silo enables us to preserve a greater quantity of food nutriment of the original fodder for the feeding of farm animals, than is possible by any otlier system of preservation now known. Tlie necessary losses of nu trients incurred in tlie siloing process need not exceed lu per cent., and in haymaking, or lield-curing of coarse fodder there is an unavoidable loss of leaves and other tender parts, and in the case of maize there will be a fer mentation Joss toward 10 per cent., un der the best conditions, or about as much as is lost in the silo. The losw of dry matter will approach 25 per cent, in ordinary farm practice and will even exceed this figure unless special pre cautions are taken in the handling of the fodder. The silo furnishes a feed of uniform quality available at any time during the whole winter, or, for that matter, the whole year. This is an advantage to all classes of farm ani mals, but perhaps particularly so in case of dairy cows and sheep. Bei...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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THE HORSE AND THE HOT POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

THE HORSE AND THE HOT POTATOES. A stable-boy put a liot "potato into a liorse's mouth. He was, of course, discharged, and his successor was par ticularly warned against such pranks. The second boy was soon, however, dis covered carrying a hot potato to the stall; he confessed that he was about to give it to the horse, "just to see what would happen," but pleaded that the idea would never have entered his mind ii: his employer had not specifi cally warned him against such a trick. This boy promptly followed the other into exile and disgrace, and a third boy was brought in to whom no advice nor caution whatever was given. But he was a lad of active mind, and, wonder ing how so desirable a position hap pened to have been vacant twice within so short a period, ho took pains to in quire of the youths in the neighbour hood, who, of course, were only too delighted to tell him the whole story. That stimulated his curiosity so much further that he not only put hot pota toes into the horse's ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

AGRICULTURAL ITEMS. Official statistics, recently published, show the great development that is : taking place in the United States in the manufacture of chemical manures. During the last season the consumption is estimated to have been V,000,000 ton.-; against about 2,000,000 in 1900. There is no one way on the farm in which money can slip away so easily' as through the imprpoper handling of ' manure. Probably because of the cash value being hidden under an unattrac tive surface, the farmer does not see the actual value. But if the manure was dried and handled in bags, with the value marked on an official tag, it might make a dilference, and the farm- j er would take care of it. In the spring and summer a moder ate supply of green- food (clover, lu- j I cerue, cabbages, etc.), fed to pigs is | very advantageous, lu winter a supply of turnips, pumpkins, mangolds, cab bage, etc., will serve the same purpose. Well-fed pigs slaughtered at eight or nine months old will usually yield 75 ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Bass. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

Bass. In applying to the council to lease a certain artesian reserve at Corinella, Mr L. Henderson de sired to fence the artesian well oiij, of the aretj, . which T,E^ proposed' to'lease, in ord^r to 'give ' the public'aqcess to the wel|. 4 TEjjRqRARV license beei^ granted ' to V$. Bates for pijblic^n'q booth at the races at \YQQ!4ma'i on February STEVE. SEAMER, who is employed at the State mine as a wheeler, met with a painful accident on Wednesday after noon, by getting his ankle jammed be tween two skips. His many friends wish hiin a speedy recovery. A MEETING of the Wonthaggi-Daly ston Coursing Club will be he'.d at Smith's Hall on Sunday at 2.30 p.m. As this is the annual meeting members are 'requested to attenj. < j » .-?t.-.s A commttb'e meeting "of the Wqn; tjiaggj sparrow and sailing glub \y^s hplcf on Saturday. nigj)t last, Mr. j, Lfi Franki it) tlje cl]afr, A yf}fqabjg sjiyer cup \yas presented tq the clqt) by tl)e Labqr Qay Sports Qtfmnrjittsee, tp bt^shot fop...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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ENSILAGE AND ROOTS. WINTER STOCK FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

ENSILAGE AND ROOTS. WliNTER STOCK. FOOD. It is claimed that when conditions are favourable to the cultivation of suitable crops and the making of en silage the farmer can make more sure of liis winter feed for stock than if he depends too much on making hay, o>: upon the growing of roots, for if bis roots are a failure he may be placed in an awkward position; while on the other hand, if the climate is inclined to be wet the curing of hay may be a failure. Which of the three methods, however, that are best to adopt must be determined by the individual farmer according to the condition uirder which he is farming. It may be interesting, however, to draw attention to experi ments carried out some few years ago by Sir J. B. Laver, of Kothamsted experimental station. He says, re specting the relative value of hay and grass silage, it is probable that when both hay and silage are of the very best quality that ean be made, if part of the grass is cut and placed in a silo, and another par...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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SPORTING. CRICKET. POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

y PORTING. CRICKET. POSITION OF CLUBS. South Dudley Ramblers St. Josephs Nth. Wonthaggi

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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TURKEY AND THE WAR THE INVASION OF EGYPT. SOME INTERESTING SIDE-LIGHTS ON THE TURKISH ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

TURKEY AMD TEE WAR THE INVASION OF EGYPT. SOME INTERESTING SIDE-LIGHTS OX THE TUBKISH ARMY. Mr. J. M. Pawaz, B.A., of 1040 Drum mond street, Carlton, who writes from a first-hand knowledge of his subject, contributes some interesting details re specting the foe which menace the Suez Canal, and who are possibly to be the first to feel the quality of the Austra lian Force's. He writes: Now that Turkey has actually begun her mad attempt to invade Egypt, it is interesting to kuow something of the nature and quality of her resources, it is estimated that the whole of her strength in Syria is 100,000 soldiers. Part of this force (about 20,000) is to occupy Alt. Lebanon, and ward off any attempt by the Allies to occupy the Syrian Coast; and the other part (about So,000) is to invade Egypt. That, how ever, is not a fixed division, because, realising the stupendous task she has entered upon, she is now withdrawing the Lebanon army, and is constantly adding to her invading strength which, how...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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RAMBLERS v. ST. JOSEPHS. RAMBLERS.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

RAMBLERS v. ST. JOSEPHS. RAMBLERS.-First Innings. Dempsey. b Longmore . 3 Tibballs, c Ellis, b Longmore ... 2 Teasdale, b Ellis ... 78 Rutherford, b Gannon . ... 3 Parish, b Gannon ... 0 McCrimmon, c Wells, L Ellis ... 0 Maynard, c Kenny, b Ellis ... 3 Pannam, b O'Snllivan ... 0 Smith, lbw., b O'Sullivan ... 17 Finch, b O'Sullivan ... 1 Munro, not out 1 Sundries ... ... 3 Total ... ... Ill Bowling.-Gannon, two for 27 runs; I.nngmore, two for 51 ; O'Sullivan, three for 21 ; Ellis, three for 9. Ramblers.- Secon 1 Innings, Finch, c Mclntyre, b Gannon ... 1 Pannam, c Mclntyre, b Gannon ... 12 Rutherford, c Longmore, b Gannon 0 Teasdale, b Gannon ... 0 Parish, run out ... 12 McCrimmon, c Mclntyre, b Ellis . 29 Dempsey, b Ellis ... 15 Smith, not out ' ... 20 Tibballs, b Longmore ... 7 Maynard, e and b Ellis ... 4 Sundries ... ... 12 Total .,, ... 112 Rowling.-Gannon, four wickets for 80 runs ; Longrnore, one for 24 ; Ellis, three for 38; Fr. 0'Sullivan, none for 8. ST. JOSEPHS.-First Inni...

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Railway Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

Railway Time Table. Melbourne (dep) Ny<ya ... (arr) (dep) Woodleigh Kernot ... Almurta... Glen Forbes Woolamai Anderson Kilcunda... Dalyston... Wonthaggi ?.m. ?.30 9.6 9.20 9.35 9.43 9.48 9.54 10.3 10.15 >0 25 10.34 10.49 Wonthaggi (dep) State Mine Dalyston Kilcunda Anderson Wpolamai Glen Forbes Almurta Kernot .... Woodleigh Nyora (arr) (dep) Melbourne (arr) p.m. 4.45 7.30 7.40 7.55 8.3 8.8 8.14 8.23 8.35 8.46 6.56 9.11 a.m. 7.2 7.6 7.15 7.25 7.40 7.50 8.0 8.6 8.15 8.25 8'. 47 9.9 11.50 Wed. Sat p.m. p.m 2.50 6.30 5."9 6.20 9.3 9.22 6.35 9.37 6.43 9.45 6.48 9.50 6.54 9.56 7.3 10.5 7.1510.17 7.26 10.28 7.36 10.38 7.5110.53 p.m. 3.44 3.48 3.5? 4.7 4.22 4.32 4.42 4.48 4.56 5.5 5.25 5.49 8.28

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STH DUDLEY v. NTH WONTHAGGI. SOUTH DUDLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

STHDTJDLEY v. NTH YYQNTHAGGT. SOUTH DUDLEY. Wallace, b HimheGlt ... 14 Keast, o Strickland, h Himbeck 1 Hollins, b Jennings ,,, 31 Beare, b Jennings ,,,28 Solly, b Jenninga " ... 0 Downs, b Jennings ... 28 Heywai'd, b Strickland ... 19 Mungovan, st. b Fowler ... 10 Andrews, b Fowler ... 16 May, not out ... 0 Sundries ... ... 4 Total ... ... 151 Bowling.-Strickland, one wicket for P3 runs ; Himbeck, two for 20 ; Jen nings, four for 50; Fowler, two for 2. NORTH WONTHAGGI.-First Innings. Strickland, b Andrew ... 9 Tomlinson, b Wallace ... 0 Himbeck, b Wallace ... 4 Fowler, c Downs, b Wallace ... 3 Jennings, bAndrew ... 11 Devine, c ^yal|ace, b Andrew 2 Widows, 0 Holiins, b Andrew ... 11 R. McGinnes. b Wallace ... 0 Horton, b Andrew ... 2 Enever, run out ... 2 J. Mclnnes, not out ... 3 Sundries ... ... 1 Total ... ..48 Bowling.-Wallace, four wickets for 27 runs ;'Andrew, five'fqF 18"; Ferne, Hone for 2. NORTH WONTHAGGI.-Second Innings. Enever, lbw., b Ferne ... 0 Tomlinson, c sub., b Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 19 February 1915

Business Advertisements. la \J ...FOR... ...AT... Look out for Bargains after the January. Several Lines to clear at Great Reductions. New bargains every day for the Next 3 ? Weeks. .WATCH THE PRICES in Windows and Doors. Balance of Toys and Fancy Goods at HALF PRICE. Bar= gains in Remnants of all kinds.' Great Clearance of Dress Materials,'&c., &c., ffiommonwealtb' Jfe Banft of HustraMa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY BM« Bank 1« open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Abo at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhamptcn, Townsville, and London. Cabla remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places fiirecr.. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to.any part of the world. Hill! negotiated, or forwarded for collection. ^ Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common, wealth, United Kit.gdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest p...

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