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Marram Grass for Paper Making. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
Marram Grass for Paper Making. (F1rom the Royal Botanic Gardens Bul letin, Kew. -England. -o A note appeared in the Kew Bulletin, 1912, page 396, directing attention to the value of marram grass " Ammophila arundinacea," Host.), for the manufac ture of paper, with the results of certain experiments carried out by Messrs Clay ton Beadle and Stevens. A further series of experiments have been conducted by the same firm, the results of which are appended. Messrs Clayton Beadle and Stevens write:-"We have extended our experiments in the direction of the utili sation of the above fibre (marram grass) for the purpose of-paper-making and the following are the results obtained :-" On green stem as received-Yield of dry un crushed fibre, 56.4 per cent : Yield of boiled unbleached (bone dry) fibre, 17.7 per cent ; Yield of boiled bleached (bone dry) fibre, 13.1 per cent; Percentage of ash, 2.08 per cent; Soda consumption (NaOH), 6.85 per cent ; Bleach consump tion (bleaching powder), 2.03 per ...
Church Services—Sunday Next. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
Church Servlces2-Sunday Next. 1 Roman Catholic -- -Mass celebrated every Sunday atPo~rts Fairy at 8.30 and 11; Yambuk and Orf.rd alternately at 9.30 and 11.30.-Rev. Jas. O'Regan. Methodist Church - Port Fairy 11 and 7, Orford 3, Rev Barningham ; Rose brook 3, Mr Jones. Presbyterian Church - Port Fairy 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.-Preacher - Rev A. Heathcote Fletcher. Salvation Army-Port Fairy 11, 3, and 7, Gospel Hall. Wednesday, Cottage Meeting. The Rural producers' Association are disbanding.
Geelong and Its Environs. 1860—1914—P. A. McANULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
Geelong and its Environs. 1860-1914-P. A. McANUIrY. Reminiscences of Buckley, the white man who lived so many years with aborigines, are to be found in and about Geelong. From him is derived the name of " Buckley's Falls," a pretty little fall of water just outside the Queen's park, and adjacent to the paper mills. Buck ley's Cave at Barwon Heads and a similar excavation at Point Lonsdale were his reputed domiciles while moving about with the aboriginal tribe, with whoam he was found. From any part of Geelong is visible that historic old mountain, the .You Yangs, which I have seen many a time, and oft from the top of Mount Buninyong, near Ballarat, after a walk of 12 miles. In the year 1802, Captain Flinders, with his staff, ascended the mount, and to commemorate his visit some documents were deposited under a cairn of stones, which unfortunately have not yet been unearthed. As the mount is situated only 14 miles from Geelong, and the road is good, its popularity as a mountain touri...
Cycling and Motoring Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
Cycling and MIotoring Notes L. G. Hornsted, a well-known English racing motorist, last week established two remarkable records on Brooklands track (England) when driving a "Benz." He succeeded in negotiating 2 miles in 58 4-5 sees, which is at the rate of 122 miles in an hour. Horn sted also covered 5 miles in 2 mins 35 secs, equal to a speed of 116 miles an hour. Both these per formances rank as world's track records, but faster times have been established on the straightaway hard sand beach at Florida (U.S.A.), where R. Burman has driven 2 miles in 51 2-5 seconds and V. Hemery 5 miles in 2 mins 34 4-5 secs. But of these two sets of records, Hornsted's will easily rank first, being accomplished on a cir cular track F. White, the well known Vic torian road rider, resident ii Wes tern Australia, left Fremaritle on January 10th, at 2 p.m., with the intention of endeavoring to reduce Francis Birtles' set of overland bicycle r':cords between Freemantle and Sydlney. White intends to tryi...
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the "Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the " Gazette," SIRa,-When the special train from Port IPairy to the Warrnambool races on Saturday airrived at Koroit, it was dis covered that there were two horse boxes less than were ordered, and all the satis-. faction that could be got from the officials was, " Who is ,going, to stay be hind. You can't.all come.", A nice state of affairs ! A special train for a race-meeting, and the railway depart ment cannot take all .the horses, because they have not enough boxes, or not as many as were ordered. The train steamed off, and left Major Eight and Roluma standing on the platform at 12 o'clock to get to the races the best way they could. At first it was decided to take both horses liomne but, an second thoughts, as both animals had winning 'chances, they were trotted to Warrnambool in time to start in the races in whiclfthey were engaged. c Qn top of all this knocking about, and a t fast-run race (with a big weight), the stewards held an inquiry into...
Bowling W.D.B.A. PENNANT FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
Bowling W.D.B.A. PENNANT FIXTURES. This is a list of the dates of matches between the four clubs forming the Wes tern district association. Saturday, January 24-Port Fairy v Camperdown Saturday, Feb. 7-Terang v Warrnam bbol February 14-Camperdown v Port Fairy. Warrnambool v Terang IMatches to bIe play d on grees of club firist nsi ned. Saturday, February 21-Champion rink competition at Warrnambool February 28-Champion of champions, at Warrnambool; 3 up
Port Fairy Court of Petty Sessions. Tuesday, January 20. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
Port Fairy Court of Petty Sessions. Tuesday, January 20. Before Messrs Baulch and Holden, J's.P William Geldhoff, carrier, Kor oit, was charged with neglecting to have the weight of his waggon painted legibly thereon. Mr Boyd appeared for the Shire of Belfast (the prosecutor) in this and the following case. Defendant pleaded guilty. The clerk of courts (Mr Wilson) called attention to the fact that there was no fee stamp on the sum mons. Mr Boyd asked for a ruling on the point. Section 692 of the pres ent Local Government Act sets out clearly that no stamp was needed on the summons when the prosecu tor was a municipality. Mr Wil son was quite right in calling at tention to the matter, as he was, no .doubt, anxious to do his duty to the department. It was imme terial to the prosecution whether stamps were affixed or not, as the defendant (if. fined) would have to bear this expense: After conferring with the clerk, the bench said they agreed that the stamps should be affixed to the sum...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
PORT `FAIRY & MELBOURNE da Ge Weather and other circumstances per mnitting. Po Port Fairy to Xelbou:rne te CJaino--SATURDAY, Tan 24, noon tic 0g1~in-WEDNESDAY, Jan 28, noon in Prom M~lbourne ro gCMaiO-TUESDAY, Jan 27, noon tal AalfO--FRIDAY, Jan 30, 2 p.m. M To Portland an no Q00ai0--FRIDAY, January 23 ez From Portland4 Oa0ino-SATURDAY, Tanuary 24 of FARES.-To Melbourne.-Saloon : Single, ts: Return, ISs. NO Steerage Passengers carried. Return tickets are re available for 3 months, and by either boat. Port Fairy to Portland, saloon only, 4s 10 Gd each way. Freight at schedule rates. Commodious Storage Accommodation available at the Steam Packet Wharf, Port Fairy. THE BELFAST & KOROIT STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. Office, Gipps-street, Port Fairy. Ill HOBDAY (Recorded by the Dental Board b of Victoria), LATELY F. W. NUNN, DENTIST, 57 COLLINS-ST., MELBOURNE, Wishes to notify the Public that a he has REMOVED his DENTAL ROOMS to Sackville Street, lOpposite Cramond and Dickso...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
PIANOFORTE, THEORY OF . MUSIC, HARMONY, Etc. Mrs J. Sprague, Holder of Honors, Certificated in Harmony Trin. Col,; London. Thorough Technique. Pupils Prepared for Examinations, Prac tical and theoretical, if desired. Special Attention given to Young Students CLASS at "'AVONDALE," SACLKVILLE ST., PORT - FAIRY First Ter :Begins ebruary 2 I S C, I, I ALL UM TEACH 3. of Pianoforte, Singining, rgan sand Theorv, andrew Kell. Commiasion and Shippirg Agent, GIPPS STREET, PORT FAIRP. The Liverpool and London and Globe (Fire and Acci- dent) Insurance Co. Ltd. R ISKS accepted at the Lowest Current Rates. Local Agents J. B. HOLDEN & CO., Auctioneers, &o.. Port Fairy. Big G Borated Golden seal Ccmpond A safe and reliable remncdy for treating diseases of ALL mucous membrancs, such as dischargesfromthe nose,t roat stomach and urinary organs. AT CHEMISTS WIVy aot csrc;aCrs/Ct? Treatise with each bottle . or mailed on request. . The Evans Cbemi.al Cn. - Cincinnatil, Ohio . U.S.A. THl...
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
Personal. ' ~-g The Misses Mardling and Kell t entertained a number of young t friends at a beach tea, on Battery t hill, on Tuesday evening; The party was arranged to farewell Miss Isle Humphreys, who departed yes terday morning for Coleraine,where her mother has taken over the Kor oite Hotel. The outing was thoroughly enjoyed by all who par ticipated in it. Mr Lawford and party who left here per motor, for Melbourne, on Monday mnorning at 6 o'clock, tra velled along comfortably and beat the train to Geelong. Police magistrate Read Murphy is to be transferred from the Wes tern district to a metropolitan area. Captain Henderson, of the S. S. Eumeralla, took command of the steamer Casino after her arrival in Melbourne on Wednesday. Cap tain. Henderson was recently in temporary command of both the Eumeralla and the Tyrian, and was for three or four years previously, chief officer of the Eumeralla. He was in command of one of the large West- African mail boats. Ile was exceedingly popu...
VEST POCKET ESSAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
VEST POCKET 5rSAYlv. j By Goorge FFitch •The Atlaniic Ocean is the. second lirgest collection 'of wetness oi, the globe. It is1 20,000 miles long, - 32i0 miles wide, and so deep in spots that the tallest man who ever lived woulId have' five miles to go before reaxchinp bottom, after getting in over his head. The Atlantic Ocean reaches from the effete ruins of .antiqiuity on- the cast 'to the electric-lighted prospectuses of to-morrow-on the west. It is cooled ?: the mountainous icebergs of the polal regions, and heated at the equator eg the everlasting sun, being thus plenti. fully soupplied with hot and cold water. It splashes restlessly upon the fevem. laden jungles _of Africa, caressee "- g land with its.fogs, and is perfuined;.hb the circhid jinglesr of Brazil, .Th'bl., Afriiacn plunges .into .it off Libbriar E.kkinio'chases :the polar bear: 'lthroug 1it s:Surf off Greenland; and at: daia.. gansett the millionairess diCes it froi of a thousand cameras. It brings the minckerol to...
ONE WORD IN TIME IS BETTER THAN TWO AFTERWARDS A CHANCE TO PROFIT BY ANOTHER'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
ONE OWOR I~N ll??'iR IS BETTER THAN TWO AiErRW AR1SY A CHAica To Pslrir 7i3 ANOTHEIR's =It is a. strange thilin hoi -'peciple- i .ill put away. 1in opportutrity unt.il too :.fatte . lt's only little ihiizs thitig go to mike up our t every-day' life.: The titrouble i: we.idlon't tj , nsuficient attention io theii. Backache Sa ittlethinr." Solinetimes it comes aftera: lard 'day's Wiork, or a. slight cold: It wiil pass off,'' you- say,. ' it's& only the result of I of over -axing the back. ' It isn't the faul of your biick but .your kidneys. --The'exer tion of stra'ning has intcrfered " with their delicate mechanism. You call it 12 -bckkche, bu it really is kidney ache. If c the. kidny s. are not relieved, chronic dis orderi s t in. and this is where the " little thing " shhuld not be passed over. This man has le:an,ed to appreciate what delaymeans: MIr A. EI Rocke, Timor-street, Warrnam boe1. :afs : -" My back tr,,ubled me for a long time. There was a constant aching pai. just...
JUDGE NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
JUDGE NOT. There are numbers of &lt;ircumst.c9 iwhich attend every-:ct.ion of a man'a life, which can never come to the know. ledge of the world-yet ought to to" known, and well weighed, before sen tence with any justice can be passed upon him. A man may hare different views, and a different sense or things from what hs judges hare; and what he understands and feels, .nd -what passes within him may be a Vcret tes, sured up deeply there' f eV.d'f 7'. . - . - : • :
Melbourne Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
SMelbourne Wool Sales. The second series of wool sales opened in Victoria on Monday, when Dalgetv's offered a large and representative catalogue of 6,500 bales, which included consign ments from every State in the Commonwealth. As compared with closing rates of first series, values generally are v.ery firm, whilst medium and coarse quality crossbreds are 5 per cent higher, especially when suitable for America. America, Scotland, and Yorkshire bought freely. The bulk of the wools came from the south east of South Australia, Tas mania, and Western Australia. They sold Youngman's Ardgarton cliD, from Grassdale, at 14½d for both merino and comeback; the Glenorchy clip, from Western Vic toria, comeback 141d ; lincoln 93d. For jscoured wools fromn W.A. 2134d was refused.
ROUGH DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
ROUGH DIAMONDS. N;otwithstanding an evor-iecreasinu produotion, there has been .s progres> iwely higher average price obtained fog rough diamonds. with the exception ol fluctuations during certain periods of depression, and during the last twenty years diamonds have increased in value by one hundred and.-fifty per cent. America is at preseiit. the largest bu.y or of-. outh .,African diamonds.
A SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
A .SECRET. My laddie's a' the world to me, 'Tis to himself-I owe it. That I can never inmore gae free, But, alil he must not know it When from my side he roains aws', I scarce believe I'm. living; But when he's heore-my lalddi--a.h I die for want of giving ) Why musl I think upon his smils?P/ His eyes o'erbright and bonny? His gladness that doth" sae beguile, It robs my heart of ony ? Were I a lad, and he a maid, I would not be sao winning; To wound too deep I'd be afraid, And deem such sweetn't-ess sinning I --Florence Earle Coates. Jo is the peculia.r feeling experi enced by the man who counts hiss money and discovers that he has all he thought lie had and a few dollars more, She was-a lady visitor to the prison,. kindly and well. meaning, and as she, chatted with a burglar who had beei seitenced to six months' imprisonment~ she thought she detected signs of re form in him. "And now," she said, "have you any plans for the future on the expiration 'of your sentence?" "Oh, yes, ma.'...
THE "SILENT SISTERS." [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
THE "SILENT SISTERS." There is a. com~munity of women near Biarritz. who pass their lives in silence. They live and die in the onvent of the Silent Sisters, and are bured in. silence in the little cemetery within the walls of the grounds. At four o'clock, win ter and summer,- they leave their bare cells, and for three unbroken hours tell their beads and say their prayers, until they are summoned to their Spar tan breakfast. Two more hours they spend, later in the day, with their ro saries, and prayers in a secluded-:eor ner of the chapel, the rest of the day being devoted to work of various kinds and to meditation. In the refectory-- ,dark, unsiviti?g chasiber with sanded floor, along which run wrooden tables and benches-tlhe tables are sprefid for the miidday-meal. with, an array of brown water-jugs and tiden spoons and forks displayed on coarse serviettes, which take the place, of a tablecloth. Dufing the meals not a sound is heard-a. whisper even would .e a gi'ave offence bringin...
PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
- PIG MARKET. The supply numbered 493 head, Of which. 180 were fats. Prime baconers L4 5s to L4 11s, medium baconers 78s to SOs, forivard stores L2 ISs, suckers 16s. SHEEP MARKET. The supply numbered i000 head, and competition was very keen. Prime cross bred ewes sold up to 17s, prime cross bred wethers 16s 6d to 18s 6d, prime lambs 14s to 15s. CATTLE xMARKET. T"re. was a large yarding. Prime bullocks L9 to L10 5s ; prime cows L7 to L,8 10s alight bullocks LS ISs, dairy cows L4 10s to L7, forward springers LA.to L4A 15s, store cows L2 10s. MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Prime bullocks LIO 10s to L12, extra to 1413 7s. prime cows from L7 to-LS ; extra to L10. Fat Calves-Best steers and heifers L5 to L6 15s. MELBOURNE SHEEP MARKET. Prime crossbred wethers 1Ss to 20s 6d, extra 21s 6d to 24s, prime crossbred ewes 15s to 16s 6d, extra to 20s, prime merino wethers 16s 3d to 17s 9d, merino. ewes 13s 6d to 15s 6d. Fat Lambs -Prime 14s 6d to 16s 6d. MIELBOURNE FARM PRODUCE. Wheat-The local market ...
THE ART OF THE CONJUROR. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
THE ART OF THE CONJUROR. Science has enabled modern conjur ors to do tricks that would fill the old school of . magicians with wonder. Wherever applicable to the stage, the modern magician" has adopted the no vel features of inrventions, and, com bining theni ith his sleightof-hand, has brought forth an entirely new style of magic. A trick peiformned- long' ago- consist rd of pouring from a single bottle sev eral different liquids into glasses set upon a table in full view of the audi-: ence. In the first glass was wanter, in the next wine; in the next milk. The secret lay in, the construction of the bottle, which was composed of 'vari ous chambers. .In each .of these was placed a.certain liquid, the flow being controlled by valves in the bottle's neck immediately under the finger of the ma gician... The great.-weakness of the trick lay in this&--that the magician did not .permit the bottle to go out of his hand t.o be examined by the audience; but the re cent discoveries of...
Commercial. PORT FAIRY RETAIL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 22 January 1914
Coi ill l? e'C i PORT FAIRY RETAIL MARKET. s. d. s. d. Butter, per lb (separator) 11 1 0 Butter, per lb (fresh) 10 11 Butter, per lb (factory) .. 1 2 I 3 Eggs, per dozen ... 0 9 0 10 Bacon, per lb ... 1 0 1 2 Cheese, per Ib - ... 10 1 0 Ham, per lb ... 1 3 1 4 Flour, per bag ... 15 0 16 0 Wheat, per bushel ... 4 6 4 9 Sugar, 701b bag .. 16 0 17 0 Bran, per bushel - .., 1 1 1 2 Pollard, per bushel ... 1 1 1 2