Elephind.com contains 9,455 items from Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
CANADIAN COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
CANADIAN COLD. Tlio lute ltcv. l)r. Mason when in liupert's JLnnd'as a missionary hart a decidedly unpleasant experience one Winter. The cold there is of ten so intense that mercury Creeics nnd thermometers nre useless. You get frost-bitten nil over,, ears, cheeks, nose, hands-all hnve their turn. Once when Dr. Mason was out shooting (it hiis shoot game or starve then), he became very thirsty. A little hoar frost had gathered on the barrel of his gun and thought lessly he tried to lick ii. off, but the intense cold of the metal-^lrcw his tongue, nnd it frozo to tho gun. Strong measures were obviously necessary, so grasping the gun in both hands he simply tore it away and with it a piece o[ tongue larger than n shilling. The pi\ln was intense, but he was lucky not to have entirely lost his tongue.
[?] KING A CHARMING BROTHER [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
* .KINO A CHARMlNtt BROTHER ".'ot Ion* ago one young woman con e^.-kUlated another upon being the sla ter. i?jC A,?fry. charming brother. H'all,,he should be a nice boy,'' an i\- ?red the sister, "he has three a la l ft s, and we hare alt tried our beat to make him nice. "We bar* pi'ade things pleasant for klm- at home, and wp Bare always tried to behaTe In a :;-nnner -that would give him a high '.ili al of.women,. -W»-hav» told-him the ilunga_ nice girls liked and disliked, ami bar* Impressed on him the fact ttint tkere la no quality that women liiii In;men aa much as they do gen tWMB." Thatibor should be charming. With three platers.all doing .their best to n -ike him gentle, thoughtful, and cour i«-ou», how could he'be anything else? But how many slaters aro bother ius their heads about their young brother J? They look on them as a nuisance half-the time, a nuisance » hoa» only mitigation la that he may .coajlonallv be coaxed or bribed to do .n errand. Snail brothers . are someti...
HAS LIVED IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
HAS :LIVED IN VAIN. en he has not enriched the llr* »' .?.I'ifrs and nmde the world a llttU It" ; ' .'vn he lias not helped to push i. '?...iHon a little higher. . n. n he ovcr-euipliaslacs dress and r' . re-gives thciu his first thought, lis l>est>&lt;i»e. \VI:^a hli wealth .has'left other*?. 1 ....r:- ' .. hen. he has robbed another of op :'.m.itjr; when. In amassing hi* ii !ia he has cramped, dw3rlcd, or ?i in.lssd another's chanco. ' ben' hi* career has not fin upward uli m an onward tendency, '..lien,he has plied up books, paint -j. Bad statuary with his wealth, but .i . stranger among thorn-knows Mis-of-thelr meaning. 'tea-blB soul has shrivelled to that :? m l»«r, and allhts nobler-Instincts dead. wnon lila wealth Ii obtained at th* i!f.c» of, character. Wr.en he has never wiped a tear m a,Bad face, never kindled a flr« a froien hearth.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Rheumatism fiendigo Lady'tf Surprising Recovery, " Nine yours ago I wns a great suf ferer from l.ili('UnniLism, being laid up for three wicks/' writes Mrs Kliz'ibeUi bad indeed, having !o hobble about will) the assistance of a walking tstic'&lt;, When able to Jcnvo my bod. Tlio effect of Dr Morse's Indian Hoot Pills was marvellous, and my recovery war rapid, I only used Imlf u bottle of Pills nnd became myself once more restored to perfect hea'th. I am a woman of usual vigorous henlth and nm a great believer in your remedy. My husband also has fiith in them for relief of backache and kidney troubles. You can UBC these few words for pub. lication. ^ u Jjendigo, Vic. ' ./ After trying r snvernl reino J, tlios with lit 01 '?T-^ - !f&lt; itmvnmnn f. T Ji r a y, of Camlin St, Quarry Hill, u i:.._ -\T:" From n Photo. period I w»s Hospital Sports. MEETING OF LADIES. LADIES interested in find desirous of helping at tlio forthcoming charity cnrnivnl nrnl bnzuir in Wed dorbum ...
Some Famous Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Some Famous Echoes.* -Among tlie most noted echoes is Unit 'heard -from tho suspension bridge across tho Menai Strait, Tlie sound of n blmv . from a. hummer oil 0110 of the main piers of the structure is returned in succession from each of tho cross-beams that support tlie roadway. and from tho, opposite pier , nt the distance of of 57Gft., in1 addition _-to which the sound is-ninny, times repented -be tween the water and the roadway at tlio rate . ot t.wonty-cight times in five seconds. ? *" Outside Shipley Church, in Sussex, Is an; echo which repeats twenty syllables in tho most reninrknblo manner. The famous echo at Woodstock?, when awakened, answers no fewer than fifty times. - 3ii the. Whispering Unitary of St. 1'aiil's Cathedral the faintest sound is faithfully convoyed from one sida of tho dome of tho other, but cannot bo heard at any intermediate point. In Ciiouccster Cathedral a gallery of/an octagonal form conveys a whisper 70ft. across tho nnve. A wag asked a barrister, "...
Eyes of the Motor-car. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Eyes of the Motor-car. A lioiv AUlomobllo headlight lias ! just bcon put 011 tho market in 1 Franco, which represents a radical departure from present designs. 1 This particular lamp has tho shnpo 1 of a human oyeboll and turns iu 1 its pocket in exactly the same mau- I ner ns the eye in its support. Two small clnnips, controlled by thumb screws from the interior of the car; hold the lamp in position in any do sired direction, while the handle it self is used in turning: the light rays j | to the spot they nre needed. Sign- I posts at the side of tho road or tho low-lying milestones are thus ' brought within reach of the rays, ! while In their lowest position they even throw light into the liood, lighting up the motor, magneto and ! carburettor. By removing tho two ] small clamps entirely, the whole lamp can be taken out of the socket and used as la "trouble lamp" in sido or outside tho machine. It is tho invention of a French engineer, : Edouard Cnnnevel. s
Dentistry 1,000 Years ago. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Dentistry 1,000 Years ago. During a lengthy relic-hunting visit to Ecuador, Professor Mar shall Howard Saville, head of the archaeology department of Colum bia University, made several note worthy discoveries which will do much to enlighten the present gen crntlon about iho onrly residents of that country. The relies indicate these pcoplo to have born civilised and possessing scientific knowledge. Tho most interesting discoveries were skulls which showod that tho moil nre of a type superior to the A/.tectf, for beyond tho shape of thu skull, teeth were filled with gold and cement, proof unmistakable that dentistry wns at a high stage of development ono thousawLyenrs ngo. In Mexico human teeth have been dug up that were filled and orna mented with stone, but this is the first instnnce of gold filling having been found in « prehistoric skull. Tho gold was inside the teeth, showing little on tho outside, so the purpose was apparently for util ity rather than for ornamentation. In all c...
An £8,000 Find. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
An £8,000 Find. In October of last year a daring robbery was committed from the mail van of a Bordeaux-Marseilles express train, and among other valu ables stolon, was a bundle securi ties worth several hundred* thou sand francs. Four prisoners wero arrested in eonncction with the theft, and they wci9 to be . tried at tho Assize Court on October l'lth, but there ? was very little tangiblo evidence against them. One of the prisoners was an ex-railway "em ployee named Louis Hons. A few days ago an unclo of Rons, who hnd been looking after tho prison er's liouso sinco his arrest, sold a pilo of old wood which hnd been for some time ngaiust a wall of tho house. While putting the wood in a cart tho purchaser discovered a bundle containing £8;000 in securi ties, which wero identified as those stolen from the mail bng between Bordeaux and Marseilles. Owing to this discovery tho trial of the ac cused will bo postponed till tho next assize, to enable, the police to utiliso tlio new evideneo....
A Blind Girl's Memory. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
A Blind Girl's Memory. A blind girl, Miss Mabel Green, aged twenty, 'lias just written from memory a verbatim, report of a sermon 'lasting thrc&qunrtcrs--Jpt nn hour, delivered recently iu All Souls' Church, Lnngham Place, \\\, by the Iiey. V\'. U. iMowil, vicar of Christ Church,Urixton. " After the sermon they -wonted a. report, and nobody liad taken a. short hand note," said Miss Green . to tin inte'rvieu'er ; "so I went home re peating to myself nil t lind heard. The next morning I wrote-out 2,700 words, first in the IJrnillCi system (writing by means of raised dots) in three hours, and then on a type writer in an hour anil a-lialf. The words come.' quite easily, although I was -several' times interrupted, and 1. had 110 difficulty in recollect ing nil tho Scriptural allusions and where they cnino from. I first thought of'memorising sermons two years ogo, nml since then I linvo written out at least fifty ser mons." Mr. Mowll hns seen tho sermon, and says : "I nm amazed nt...
Animals as Weather Prophets. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Animals as Weather Prophets. Shepherds and others who spend much time in the open air say that we Jjuiv always know when it will rnin by watching Hie ways of uui mnls. Thus, if donkeys hray nioro often than usual, or if they hang their ears rlowmvnrdB nnd forwards nnd rub against. wnlls, rain will come on. When cats snooze, nnd when thoy also give up chasing their tails, look out. for rnin. It, will bo rainy if the dogs ent grass nr be drowsy nnd stupid. K.xpoct- rnin when sheep turn tli'Mi' bnrks to the wind nnd when peacocks squawk n grrnt deal, nnd when pips carry straw to their styles or nro very restless nnd given lowmich grunting, and when the mole throws up plenty of soil. Rnin will come when horses stretch out th«lr nocks and sniff the nir. ' In districts where bnts are found It. will Vain if they fly Into the houses! nnd cry much. And should &lt;1x011 kick their forefeet or turn up their nostrils nnd sniff the air, or lie on' their right sides, we may count confiden...
Earth as Food. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Earth as Food. » Among' many strange foods which Dig inhabitants of this world- par take . of, and consider delicacies, perhaps the strangest of all is earth. Yet there are tribes, the Lastians of Siani, who actually cat and enjoy earth. It has never boon discovered where these peculiar peo ple contracted' this habit, though it is generally . believed that it probably, came about in the time of n famine when there \vas no thing else to be hud. However, the habit hns now got such a hold upon tlicm that, old and young, I rich ami poor, alike indulge freely! in its consumption. > ? ' ." ! It is preferred when it litis been acquired from Iho vicinity of-watevs. so that it carries with it a taste of fish. it. is tnndo into a pasty sub stance : and smothered into the ground in a hot firo. It can lie obtained at markets and at stores, and is served at dinners nnd at big functions of any description. . In some parts of the Congo earth j is sold in the shape of apples and i oranges, and i...
An Ingenious Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
An Ingenious Defence. ---4-: At iruncheu-Gludbnch, on import ant West-Germnn manufacturing town, a short time ago, a. defend ant in tlio police-court "was ques tioned why he had not answered a summons on an curlier date, and, without further persuasion, lie re plied that he had been Unable to read the signature appended to the document, nild therefore considered himself justified''- ill doubling its authenticity. 1 The defendant's solicitor enlarged 011 the point of the illegibility of the -signature, - nnd surprised the court -intensely, by pleading that tlio illegible signature rendered . the document totally void of legal value. This original standpoint ho man aged to support with such n mass of legal precedent that the court decided that a summons signed with an illegible signature could liavo no value in law.
Was Nursed by Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Was Nursed by Napoleon. 'J lie centenary of tho battlo of Wntcfioo will full due within an other two yenrs, mul, naturally, old people who can remember flint epoch making ovent nre very few. J'ro bnbly tho. most interesting link with those old days is the centenarian tit Xc'iilly, Franco, who claims (hn,t when he was n child ho wns often held in the arms of tho great Na poleon liimself. He wns born In 3S07,. four yenrs before the Em peror's son, tho Kins of Homo with whom ho played in the pnrk at St. Cloud. Mo still possesses 0110 of tho dolls which contributed to the amusement of "JVAiglon," as Napoleon's ill-fated lielr hns been historically nick-named. The pa triarch is a bachelor, and without rclativ.cs. For fifty years milk hns been his' only food. ITe keeps a roof abovo his head and clothes himself decently on thirty cents a day allowed 'him by the Assistance Publiquo.
Bank Notes Eaten by Mice. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Bank Notes Eaten by Mice. A'few years ago a poor: peasant': in Franco learned ? to; his surprise and joy, Unit, lie* had como into nil inheritance of £400. liis -thoughts at onco turned to tlio great city or pleasure.- A rich mnn like himself should go to Paris j accordingly he sold oft his effects mid rarao to 1'aris. Arriving there, the pea sant's'fear of strangers at once be gan . to show itself, and the good nmn, mistrusting bankers and law yers could not make up his mind to bank his fortuno, so ho hid the notes in an old cupboard that stood in a corner .of Ills garret. A few days after, ho felt a sudden desire to gaze upon the hoard that liieuut so much to him ; so ho opened the door, intending to fenst j his eyes upon bis mom'}', lie dis , covered, to his utter consterna tion and dismay, that a nest or i mice hnd almost completely de I voured the notes that meant to i hint nil the dilTorenre between pov erty and wealth ! j III a fortHiu parish in the North of Knglnnd fho follo...
Woman's "No" all Powerful. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Woman's "No" all Power ful. A manuscript dealing with Gudu Ia. Holhscliihl, tlio muUicr of tlio great banking family, and wjfc of Moier Amschel Itothschild, tlio foun der of the financial dynasty, has just been unearthed in a family tliafc at lier Jjinc lived in the Ghetto at Frankfort, Germany. One of the most interesting entries is this : "Learning that another war was in tho air, 1 went to Mother Gudula, saying that I didn't liavo tho money to buy off my son, lliut ho u'uuld probably bo , taken for tho military and might bo killed. Mother (I'tidnla said she would see about tliut, nnd told 1110 to comc back tho next day, for in the evening her sons would arrive ffom Lon don, Naples, Paris, and Vienna to talk business with her, . for all theso great bankers went to seek tho ad vice of Mother Gusula in business matters of international magni tude. When I wont to see Mother Gudiila again she was all smilos. ' Be of good cheer,' she said, '.llicro will be no war. I advised my sons aga...
Quebec's New Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 6 March 1914
Quebec's New Industry. There is talk of the establishment, of ' a new industry in the Province of' Quebec-no-less than the making of Ihnt epicurean delicacy, "Devon shire" cream. As a result of in vestigations recently carried out in the laboratory of one of the agri cultural colleges of this province, a loading agricultural- authority has come to the conclusion that the making of clotted cream practically identical with the far-famed pro duct of Devonshire is.perfectly fea sible in Eastern Canada. Dairying is already a nourishing industry in Qucb«vr, and (he making of clotted cream will open up new possibilities of development.. Many [armors in the country districts own large herds of Jersey cattle, and are, therefore, in a very favourable po sition for taking up this new in dustry, for, while it is hot at all essential thnt. (-hannel Island breeds shall-be used, K ri^h milk is of course preferable. In th« largo cities and popular summer resorts of Quebec- the farmers have a certai...
Making Small Coll Springs [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 6 March 1914
Making Small Coll Springs Procure a nut, having a small thread that will admit the size ot JUc wire to be used In making the spring. -Cut a small notch to the depth of the thread where the thread begins,' and procure a smooth rod that will pass, snugly through tlic threads of the nut. Shape oue end of the rod to lit a carpenter's brace,-if there is no drill chuck at hand, and drill a liole in the other Making SaaIl Coil.Spri»gA end to admit one end of the spring- wire. Bond the wire', at right angles, and insert the end in the hole. I'luc# the end of the rod in the nut, which should be gripped in a vice, and turn the rod, at the same time seeing that the wire is guided into the notch cut at the - beginning of the thread. The wire will follow the thread of the nut and make a perfect spring oX an even opening. -A Spcnccr in ".Popular .Mechanics."'
Workmen's Ladder Grip. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 6 March 1914
Workmen's Ladder Grip. 'l'he accompanying cuts show n devico being mado by Messrs. A. E. Pownes mid Sons, 8 Crystal Avonuo Middloton Street, Hull, for the use of joiners, bricklayors, painters, imii otlier workmen. Ono grip se cures a lnddor so that the strong est wind cannot blow It down. Ttto grips provide n secure foul ing for a ladder on roo(--ns in 11' lustration-- when spout* are secure. To use on wooden spout plnw hook A on ladder side, yprine: C on Inner side of ladder ; then press thumb plate H over mlgo of spout, release quickly, and the spikes will enter inner side of spout ami firmly scctire the ladder. The grip is also adapted for iron spouts, as shown.
Worth a Bullet. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 6 March 1914
Worth a Bullet. In some reminiscences of the late Boer War, Colonel Kekewich, who so gallantly defended Kiniberlcy for J26 (.lays, tells tho following story. Ope day he was approached by a private, who asked "Colonel, when do you expect we arc going to get something to eat?". "Eat !" . exclaimed- the Colonel. "J)id you join tho army merely to get something to eat?" * "Well, that's about the rsi/.e of it," replied; the soldier. ..????? . - ^ . "Ileiv,- :said the Colonel, calling an"oflleeiv VfjivQ tins man something to oat, and then: have- him,shot." ..-?Theofliccr understood the joke, and replied-"All-right, Colonel," The. 'private, ^however, exhibited no alarm, "and, turning to the ofii-. cer,. said-. ^ . ^ "Boilme a ham, .Captain, slow up 'a. couple of chickens, hake two or.three pounds of positions, fetch a gallon o' beer, and load yer guns! With such inducements, the man who wouldn't bo willing to die is a blithering idiot !" ; A hearty ineal was prepared for the soldier, and th...