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ARE YOU IN A RUT? [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
ARE YOU IN A RUT? Some of lis find ourselves settled in a rut. We liave made ;it for our selves, and continued in It, with cir cumstance as a co-worker But wo find, after frequent effort, that we cannot climb out. Finally, we lose all ambition to do so, notwithstand ing that we know the change is a most needful one, and that we should be once again upon the level, there to have a broader view, a clearer vislou, room to act, and renewed ambition. So let us not get into ruts.
HOW TO MILK A COW. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
HOW TO MILK A COW. Milking (says n writer ;in "Farm and Homo") Is an art, accomplished only by 'patience nnd practice. To he a good milker one thing essential is a sweet temper, as 0110 has not to mind it lie or she does get a swish 1n the eye with a long tail. When I get a new cow to milk, the •first thing I do is to get Lo know tlio position in which she lilces to stand during the process. This donPf.hatf the dllllculLy is over. When "I" ap proach her I always speak aud put my. stool down quietly. It thrown down it Is likely to upset her and cause her to he restless all through. I now clean the udder from all dust; If covered with much, as Is oftetl tile case wlipn going out to grass, I wash thoroughly and dry. Cleanliness al this stage saves many a complaint from the dairy. The best milker can not get good rcsulls from tainted milk. 1 now take the two front teats together, and milk very easily for a time, and likewise the two hack ones, except in the case of a co&lt;w wit...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
g .UCKET. KujTaca playgd Lojan at Log in last Saturday. Kutru.a went fi st to wicHets, and made 129 for 8 wickets, whan the innings -was closed, leaving Logan one luur to bat. When time was called Lo^an had lost 4 wickets for 63. .Koa.reh defeated Fenton's Creak,- the scores being- Kojreh 111, Fenton's Creek 48. Tin position of the clubs is now becoming' i n teres ti n p;—Koore'i leading- by a few points',' "clo.gly ifqljo .ved by Logan, wiih'Kuvraca H goad third, Mr W. J. Doggett, president, un] Mr Malone, vice-president, »i'j donating gold jodab for Vattins niid bowling1 averages.
VALUE OF POLITENESS [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
VALUE OF POLITENESS Politeness is one's most valuable asset, both financially and socially. It costs nothing, anil profits much; it makes the one who practises it happy as well as the one receiving it. Everyone should show marked politeness to their elders. Especially polite children are loved and noticed by everyone, while 110' one cares for rude, impolite children. Everyone should practise politeness, as it will do more to better the world than any one thing; in Tact, It covers everything. To be a good Christian one has to bo polite. A rude, impolite man or woman cannot have' much influence. We all enjoy going into a nice polite home. We love to be associated with such people. If all would practise politeness more we would be hap pier, and I am sure we could make our friends and associates happier. Parents should 'begin with their children while they are small, and not only teach thorn, but should prac tise it themselves, for after a child has formed habits it is very hartl to • c...
KURRACA. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
KJJ11A JA. [Fll'jM OUR OWN CO:tIt33PONDENr.] ^Harvesting- is co mpleted, and gn "the whole satisfactory, bat sorrpwlpt ' tjisaR^lnting owins to tl)§ l}§ayy frqst when the wheat was out irTea". It U Intended to hold a grand concert and minstrel entertain* ment in the n ai- futu e, u.ider the auspic33 of the K. W. S. School Committee. The following" is the rainfall for 19'.3 as recorded at the ICurraua sc'mol Jan., nil; Feb.. 8i points; Mar., 248; April, 153; M ty. 19i; June, 103; July, 40 ; Aug., 117 ; Sep. 20G ; Oct., 71; Nov., 149; Djs., 80. Total, MOO point".
TIMES TO COOK PUDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
TIMES TO COOK PUDDINGS. Any fruit pudding in a basin should boil from one and a half to two and a half hours, according to size; steam ed, three hours. Apple dumplings: Boiled, one and three-quarter houre; steamed, one and a half hours; 'balced, one hour. Batter pudding: Boiled, two hours; steamed, two and a half hours; baked, one hour. Bread pud ding: Boiled, one and a half hours; steamed, two hours. Cab'.net pud ding: Steamed, one and a half hours. Christmas pudding: Boiled, six to ien hours. Date pudding: Boiled, two and a half hours. Orange pudding: 'Baked. half an hour. Paradise pud ding: Boiled, three hours; baked, one and a half hours.
The Coming Struggle. IMPORTANCE OF ORGANISATION. [Gontributed.] [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
' The Cominj Struggle. Importance of Organisation. [Gontritjuted.l Tlie^e ^re many Liberals \yliQ fail tg yealjse the'importancq of. grganigatiah, Labqr is always organised &lt; there are m.oro than four hundred thousand adult unionists in the Commonwealth, and the vast majority, practically the whole, of the unions are • political bodies. Liberal organisa tion is difficult. The reason is simple, Liberalism stands for the freedom of the individual. There is no particular class interest which binds Ljberals'togetHesr^s trade; unionjsts are Uftftgc} "by" desire tq Rise their wgges. $(]§ §upporters of the Liberal Party are "drawn from all-classes to pre* sei've the highest traditions of the British race. At the present moment this question of organisa tion is of more than ordinary im portance. There is little doubt' that the double dissolution is comparatively near. Labor's vic tji-y in New South Wales has in spjred it \\;ith the fighting 's"pji;i(;. A few npnf'is, 6ven afe\\'\...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
Tennis. Last Wednesday afternoon a very good attendance of both players and spectators were press.it on the tennis courts for the opening of the new pavilion. During the afternoon many en joyable games were played.. Afternoon tea was handed raund," and the president (Mr Bertrand), in a very 11 a: little speech opened the pavilion. Ms- Carey then propose 1 a vot:> 0^' thanks to Mi ni lijtt un l his t'rl.r.v carpenters who sj willingly rendered their services in erecting the pavilion. Mr Leejli .seconded, and all present joined in singing "For they are j illy gied fellows." Mr Elliott responded on behalf of the carpenters. Much credit is due to the ladies, who worked hard and made the gathering so enjoyable. The games played during the afternoon are as follows: Long don and Miss D. Watson beat Holmes and Miss Kay, ,6-4; Farmer and Miss I-Iamiiton beat Bertrand and Miss iU. Watson, G 4 ; Peart ond Miss S. Daniel bs.t to Loech and Mrs Daniel, 2 - (5; Carey and Miss Kay beat Dawson an...
CENTRAL DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
C3NTRAL DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. Or) Sat'.iL'lay Js^ijary 31st the Lagan cirjulfoterg 3 rirnGyel to Fonton's Ci'03k to play fieir seaond maWi since hai'V83t, and tha game resulted in a win for Logan. Following are the scores: - LOGAN'. S. Walker, b A. S:ephensjn ... 0 O. Lyon?, c W. Walker, b G. Finch 21 A. Goulett, c G. Stephonsai, b V.. Collin * U T. Fir.vjett, b V. Coftin lii R. Joie?, b A. Finch 2'. J. C6oper, c E. Stephenson, b W. Walker ... 29 W, Shortridge, run put • ::: 12 D, Stewart, ].l).\y. .7. ... 16 A. VHDO'jt .)! . 0 .1. MeGue, e and b A. Pinch 1 J. Quintrull, not out ... 8 Sundries 1 Tot.I ' ; 1)1) fknton'k crkkk. -- A Finch, b D. Stewart ... 0 .1. Williamson, run out 13 V. Colin, c Gjulott, b Stewiu-t ... 0 G Ste, honson, c nnd b S'ew.irt..... 0 E. Stephenson, b Stewart ... ... 4 J. ICellet, b Stewart- • .... 1 VJ. Walker, b Shjrtridga ... . M K. Stephiiiuan, c R. Jn.ie.s, b Shdrttldffe ' H. ... 3) J. Trjt'min,' b Shortridj-J .v. 0 .J. Martin, c ^horiridj?:;, b Stny trt...
BORUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
BDRUNG. [From Our Own Correspondent.] Mi*. M. Campbell, who, for the past nine months has bem in charge of the local Presbyterian Church, has been transferred to Myrtleford. His successor is Mr Harris from Bairnsdale. On Sunday the Rev. D. Cam eron M.A., Director of Home Missions preached in the JtJorung church. His discourse was much enjoyed by the large congregation present. The rush of the wheat carting is now over. During the season an immense quantity of grain has come into Borung, the newly opened country about the Lxldon supplying a great increase. The heavily-laden waggons and trac tion engines have cut up the roads very badly in places. After a lengthy spell caused by the* rush) of harvest work, the crigket matches were resumed lQ9t Saturday. Kinypaniel, rathor short-handed, visited Bo ning, who also had d fli :ukv in getting a team. Borung batted first, but owing to the good bowl ing and fielding of their oppo nents, they were all disposed of in the first innings for 45 ru...
WEDDERBURN [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
IVEDDE43BURH [From OuV Own Correspondent. | A very successful concert was held in the New Hall on Wednes day night last, the proceeds of which are to defray rent of Cook ery class rooms. Cr Gray in a brief address pointed out the ne cessity for this kind of tuition. He thanked everyone present for their suppo.t, and also those who were taking part in the pro gramme and helping in any way to make the entertainment a suc C3S-. An inte c.ting feature if the entertainment were lantern slides shown by M; P. Mehner. These pictures were well lit up, sharp and clear and compared favorably with any introduced here by'different lectjrers. They included a number of fern glades, river scences, etc and were much enjoyed by the audience and we shall look forward with interest to the next series of Macedon pictures to be shown for the bene fit of the Golf club. At the con clusion of the entertainnuiit a dainty supper was handed round. Following is the programme; Brief address, Mr A Gray ; pianofor...
WOMAN'S STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
WOMAN'S STRENGTH. Woman gains nothing.by striving .. to become more like man. Her — crowning beauty'is to be truly Wo manly. It is that In her which men love aibove all olse. To be a man -is to 'be a grand, a noble thing, but to ■be a woman is to be God's best gift to man, without whom his strength is useless and his wisdom a failure. Somo calves can be safely "put on clear separator milk when, a woek old, and others cannot 'before' thoy are a month old.
WOMEN SETTLERS ALLEGED SCARCITY [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
WOMEN SETTLERS ALLEGED SCARCITY Considerable surprise lias been | crcated among Australian and other j Colonial oillclals in London by the statement of Sir II. Ktdcr Haggard, at Sunderland House, that In ling land there Is no surplus of marriage able women; and the surprise may he said to he of a painful character, by reason of his further assertion that he was, speaking with the authority of tho Dominions Uoyal Commission, which has recently inquired Into the subject (says the "Westminster Gazette"). At the olllees of the High Com missioner of the Australian Common wealth genuine astonishment was ex- i pressed. "Wo take the view," said an ollleial who has spent many years in orga mstng the ertorts or Australians lo secure an adequate supply of female uettlers, "that the ditllculty is merely an extension of the home trouble. Young women and girls, whom we en courage to go out to Australia as domestic servants* are hard to llnd be cause they are attracted to other kinds of work. So m...
A Finger-Print Story. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 14 February 1914
A Finger-Print Story. Speaking before the Justices Asso ciation in the Royal Society's House, Inspector Cliilds related a remarkable story respecting finger-prints. "A man, intending to break into a house," he said, "climbed over the gate, and, standing with his toes on a steel bar inside, slipped and 'fell. He waB wear ing a ring on the left little linger. The gate was 'protected by sharp iron spikes, and in clutching at the top to break liis fall one' of the spikes got under the ring. He was unable to re lease his finger, and the weight of his body tore his finger off, leaving it •with the ring impaled on the Bpike. ^e then got baok over the gate and decamped. A polilce-constalue, ■'.:i go ing his rounds to try the lodes, was startled to see th^ finger and the ring on the gate. ...KHe took them away, and at Scotland Yard, where a print of the finger 'was taken, a search through tho records' established the identity of the • man,. nvhcp was; shortly after wards arrested, he had his...