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Wedderburn Races. A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 26 March 1914

Wedderburn Races." k HUGE SUCCESS. The annual meeting of the Wed derburn Racing. Club, held yester-: - day,v{\Vednesday) proved an un paralleled success The takings at the gates, amounted to L73 Gd, and the bookmakers' fees returned 1,31. There was a large concourse of spectators at both the races and the concert which was held in the evening. Excitement was intense, and after one of the races a couple of free fights ensued. The fields in • all of the events were good, and some fine racing was witnessed. Great credit is due to the secretaries and officials for the able manner in which they carried but their duties. "The races resulted as follows Flying Handicap.— Coutts's Jess ... ""V- ... .:. Hing's Spinehill ... ~ : : ... AVarde's Stella Gay Won by a length. - Bracelet Trot.— White's Lady Zolock, ser. ... 1 Proctor's McKinney Miss, 40 bhd .. - 2 Marshall's Lady Direct, ISO bhd ... 3 Won by four lengths. fcdderbnrn Handicap^— Bovd's Lady Mercia, 7.2, 1 McGowan's Maxwelton, 7.5 ... ...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 26 March 1914

EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY. Mini wants but little hero bolow when his color is brown, and he lives on a South Sea island where no trndors coiuo. But after traders arrive, ho develops rapidly all -sorts of unpreced ented wants. Ho makes passionate accumulations of boads. He yoarns to see his brown wife desert her "tapa" petticoat and wreatii of flowers for the trumpet tones of a print in "Turkey rod." Ho finds extraordinary plea sure in twanging the Jew's harp. Cap tain Strasburg, who has an entertain ing article in the January "Lone Hand." on "Trading in the South Soas" declares that trade goods aro about thb most weird collection of goods ever (bought together in one ship." It was in J.SS4 that he made his first South Soas venture^-at that dato, the simple islander had not, of course, acquired the more modern taste for gramo phones. Tho trading schooner carried, ousides prints and harps, plenty or hoop iron "knives of-all, sorts, toma hawks and axes, ' 'Tower' muskots, (worth about 3/(1) ...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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THE CHINESE GARDENER. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 26 March 1914

THE CHINESE GARDEffERT" "Australia has decreed that ; the Chinese market gardener is to die out. Who, then,- will take his place?" This question is asked by the Sydey "Daily Telegraph" which proceeds to discuss the respective merits of the white man, ! and tho Chineso in;this capacity. The j Australian,' the "Telegraph" thinks, ! will not he able to come "within coo-eo' of the Chinaman, "as regards results in I relation to cheapness. He lacks the | patient devotion to toi^ which* charac- | torises the Chinaman. He will not walk ail day, and a groat part of the j evening, with two heavy watering pots suspended on a pole across his shoulders Tho Chinaman is inured to this task by long experience; and it is ih this way that he produces the best vegcr tables. The sprinkler, according to Chineso market gardeners, is not to bo compared in its results with the watering pot, and it involves, besides; i much expense for wasted water and i wear and tear of hose. Then, again, ; the Chinaman sc...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 26 March 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambrosino.") Tho average Froticlnvouiuti dresses in nothing but ratiuo. or in'xomo clotn «1 die sumo family, known' under the namo oi velours-cie-luiuo, or .velp'cen,i but always very much the sumo riling to Jook at. , Sho: has it made into a ninny.little tailor-made and tniiimea with buttons and fur oollar and cuifs, and with it, sho wears a chiffon blouse 111 the same colour over a very ldia coored-chiffon lining. When it cold sho adds a stole and muff to hot todette, and her hat u-m probably be in velvet to mutch tho costume. Thus turned out, she will bo sufficiently dressed tor shopping, visiting in tho ordinary way, or lor a tea in an hutol or tea-room. Her shoes will have short patent-Jeather vamps and clotii tops, and her gloves will be either yel low or inastic suede. If quite young, she will wear her throat bare, if - she has passed her first youth she will have a high guimpe. It is considered fur better taste to bo dressed as simply as this in Paris...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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HOW TO DISINFECT A COWSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 26 March 1914

HOW TO DiSIKFECT A 60W SBED. . ..It,.Js .ii.Jyrays^uogd practice where. a guinea. access to the Jierd to disinfect the entire stable. In fact, this is often imperative if it is desired to stamp out the disease.- Disinfection is absolutely necessary wlioto tubercu losis has gained access to the liord. Bul letin 123 of tho Pennsylvania State Uoilego - of Agriculture recently pub ishled gives a plan for disinfecting the stables which is valuable for this as well as for somo other diseases:— 1. Remove all manure^ litter, looso ilirt, feoso, rotten boaxas and scrape ;ho iloor clean. 2.. Sweep the ceilipigs and walls free from cobwebs, dust and dirt. 3. Wash tho leed boxes, mangers, hails and partitions with hot water containing enough iyo of washing pow der to cut the dirt. Scrub all these objects vigorously with a stiif brush. 4. Spray the walls, ceilings and floors with bichloride o£ mercury solu tion (1-1000) or a o per cent, carbolic acid solution (not crude.) 5. Mush tJi.'i . flnnri...

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 26 March 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 26 March 1914

" Pboemx Blue Twill || * : / |f$. The Periedion ©f Ready ^©1 Tailored doilies ... \ j/L ■•HIS IE the BiggR-A of AH Clothing V*lucn—th« fincol ot Blue Suito for 45/-. v-iH WorftcB m>si ? "n nsrinst. ™d. MJ: ivr»rkm*,nahic — .3s f? It gvrca you an extra jjjood, all wool, Blue Twill ©1 firs appearance, colour-kuft fcttd long wearing up rnth eil that perfection of ®tyle and workmanaKip irhlch you would iicpect only at a much hitfher coat, In fir, a ccrefully evaded system of ebceu onsurco ffsfcia faction to men o? all figures. H ■ Ul A \ h Fox No. 4- Serge Suits (K^ey to «•») • lf| h. I ft Suits, Sizes 3 to 7—3B-/S3 Larger—-Cl2/iJ ,iS 1 fi j j Trousers 3 to 7—3.3/8 Larger—33/- n§l § 'j t; ? 5 51 5 V I, 1 5 13 ta «c4eri.w fcy ctsd, tftat. waict, ehait "nd inai.4. I .a octt»n.-««nns ...AT- F'Y/-"-/ Nr.-"---!" ;■ £ <5 <-i" writ, for iersu; and '■«?:i! - •' -[2 j'. '£ &; -• || PHOENIX CLOTHING cai'" ""™ !t $ 34/7-8 Kirsg St., MoIiTOurriO (sy?. FUqsal.'f uaii...

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CITY MEN ON THE LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

CITY MEN ON THE LAND. '.'Hope springs eternal in the' human 'breast: ■ Man never is, but always to bo blest." Theso "words ol' the poet, Alexander Poijo, corno to my mind, whenever 1 sea-a 'cbuntry family moving to town or a city' family coming to the coim i try; (pyrites Fanner Higgle; . Such- mig- | ! rations are taking place with increas ing frequency* in every ..community, and in few instances is either party fitted for the radical change in envir onment. Knowing ni'ore about the trials, hopes and failures of city peo- ' pie in the'oountry than of the strug pliaso »of this great problem of discos shall confine: mysolf mainly to that gies of country people in the city, I tent, though there is much that may bo said on both sides. We see on every hand city-bred men who have heard the enticing, call of the open, struggling, sometimes hopefully hut more often despairingly, with hard problems for the solving of which they have had 110 preparation, aiid our hearts; go out to them, even...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

(By "ltusticus.") Tito inspection of the beet areas at. lloisdulo and Maffra showed that tiio crops are substantially better than tlioso ot lvilmany. 'JL'lio oropsaro ustl niated to yield up to.fifteen tons to the aero. Since, the: water . was supplied some weeks after: tlio plants had : re ceived a check, it is clear that had the irrigation startedat the right tune, the output of the roots would y iiavo been well over twenty tohs to the aero, Ir the irrigation faoihties had been a vial-. 1 abio, so that the beet- areas could have received'their first watering at the J end; of -November, instead - ol two months later, there would b5 no com plaints to-day as to the returns from sugar beet culture. On'-the.contrary, the remunerative -yields would have j proved so encouraging that'.there would been, an auxiety to increase . rather than reduce tlio area under this crop. •The oonrtast between, areas that have been assisted iii this crude manner and those which have not been irrigated at ...

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NECESSITY OF GRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

NECESSITY QF'GRiT. Ono of the secrets of'successful poul try-kenqjing isdo feed tho birds so that they obtain all tlio.nourishment possible from tlioir food, ami this is accomplisli od by giving, them ainplo supply of g.:t, which is really hard and sharp and crushed, (or broken ) flint or quirts answers both" requirements more satis factorily than any other material, as it lasts longer and does its work uttrc thoroughly than any other. A supply of grii. should be kept ir, a trough in the run l'or rhe birds to l.o'p tliomsclvos to, anil once a week a tc-a spoouful for each bird can be added to the soft food. This usually prevents the possibility of internal stoppage, but any slight derangement!in this direev.ion should be troaicd by giving each Icn a teaspoonful of warmed castor oil two hours afterwards, and the male lords [ should have rather "more than these I quantities. I The bottle containing the oil should be placed in a basin of hot water at'eer removing the cork, so that the ...

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THE FEEDING OF PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

THE-FEEDING OF PIGS. The opinion seems to be general amongst a certain class of pig-keepers, says a writer in '-'Farmer and Stock breeder," that vegetable -food which contains so large a proportion of water —roots, for instance, contain about 9 per cent, of water—cannot bo beneficial j i'or pigs, whereas exactly the opposite is the fact, as proved by experiments carried 011, one must oonfoss mainly in other countries, Save clearly proved that pig led 011 nine-tenths meal and one-tenth vegetable matter actually have made a greater increase than pigs fed solely on meal. There is thus a considerable'saving in the cost of food. It should be added that there exists among certain baoou eurers in Ireland a fear that the giving of vegetable matter or roots to pigs during, the fattening period injures the quality of the pork and results iji soft bacon. It is quite possible that tho result may bo as stated! hut it may also he due, not to the unsuitability of the other food fed at the same tim...

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JOHNSON'S WATERLOO. (Being a reprint from the American "Jeweller," and taken from a booklet published by the "Sheldon Schools of Chicago.") [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

JOHNSON'S WATERLOO. (15oing u' reprint i rem the Ahicrican "Jeweller," and taken iram a booklet '.published by the "Sheldon Schools of Chicago.") * There's .1 lot of talk about success in lii'o printed nowadays; some of it is pretty good, and 1 suppose it does much good; a lot of you follows need considerable trimming, anyway. But, to my, mind, they don't any of them reach down to tho roof of. the matter like my first lesson did. You rellcws talk about the scarcity of good men; toll how you are driven to secure fore men that know more -than tho men they've got to boss; how scarce super intendents are; how'good salesmen are worth their weight in gold, and all that sort of thing. I suppose it en courages sowo who are already 011 tl u right path, so that they'll keep on im proving themselves a little; but it doesu't go to the root of tho matter. It doesn't start a. crop of lively young sters who will all be fit to take toe places of us fellows with white hair or with 110 hair, like me....

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LUCERNE: ALL ABOUT ITS GROWTH AND CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

LUCERNE: ALL ABOUT iTS GROWTH AND CUL TIVATION. (JBy-M-. A. O'Callagiian, in "Dairying i ; in Australasia.") . AVilli tho Japse of time and tile ex tension of experimental'.' work, both pri valo and official, liio fact has been dis eiosed that successful lucerne culture possible,under conditions proviousl.v ; considered impossible. No longer is .its cultivation coniiued to tho rich alluvial banks of - coastal rivers, ivhcro the rainfall, is largo, but tests have proved its, adaptability to a, \vido raugo of conditions'extending far inland, into districts having a com paratively Jiglit rainfall. . ' It lias,, tlieiulore, become ail import ant factor in increasing the carrying capacity of large areas of laud varying iu altitude, quality of soil and rainfall, and where irrigation is available, the certainty of its producing heavy- re turns has largely increased the value of holdings possessing this possibility. ■ Although under normal inland con ditions crops cannot compare with those ...

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KORONG VALE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

| KORONG VALE SPORTS. i The Korong Vale annual sports gathering on Wednesday was pat ronised by a fairly large number ol people. The events proved very interesting, some close finishes being witnessed. In .the evening several light showers of;rain fell, but these had little effect on the concert, the hall being well tilled. The dance was well patrouised. Eesults of the sports:— ^ One Mile Bicycle Race.— _. ' Final Heat.— Smith... - . ...' 1. Belcher ... ... 2 Saunders ... ... 3 - Half Mile Bicycle Race.— Belcher ... ... 1 A. Grey ... - ■ 2 Smith... .... .... S ' Won by two chains. Sheffield Handicap. — Final.— Roberts ... ... . 1 Stewart ... ~ ... 2 Sweeney ... ... 3 ' Won by six inches. 220 yards Handicap.— Sweeney ... ... 1 Roberts .. ... 2 'I Won by two yards. — Trial Stakes.— " Reynold's Riverina, 9.6 .... 1 Coutts's Maud Elliott, 8.2... . 2 Romeo's Jean, 8.0 ... 3 'Won easily. A protest'was lodged, but has not yet been settled. Novelty Pony Race.— Rosette ... ... 1 Kimona ... ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

iv :* sl/ Plsoeiils The Perfectiea el Reedy Tailored Clothes . . . ||/ THIS i« the Bisgcut of All Clothing Valuer—tho W finest of Blue Suiia for 45/-. It grrea you an extra good, oil wool, Blue Twill Worsted Rjv£§ f j|_ li jiTca you an cjlliw guuu, «u nwwi, .^i«w ^ * -..w.-— ^ c£ fine appearance, colour-fa^t and long wearing, m»d« \\p with ell that perfection of style and workmanship which you would expect only at a much higher coat. In St, a carefully graded oyztcro c! sizes ensures satis faction to men of all figures. Fox No. 4- Serge Suits (£«&£? ta Wear) Suitft, Sizes 3 to 7—30/8 Larger—42/6 Trousers 3 to 7—13/S Larger—13/ ki wdtsrioc by cm, Antia *rria£. chotf stn«d inctac J«3f zjuweerexaceta or writ* for fot\iao and PHOENIX CLOTHING CO., p 34V-9 King St., MLalhaurae («®?. HajtUfl Gerrkr.i) LIVE STOCK INSURANCE ALL CLASSES OP STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH PROM ANY CAUSE. FOALING RISKS COMMENCING.WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL .AND DEATH PROM ANY- CAUSE THERE Jl'ATBB' LOVfKST CTITtR...

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TENNIS. BOORT DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. HOORT v. MARMAL. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

TENNIS. BOORT . DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. HOORT v. MARMAL. Marmal played Boort on the latter's court on Saturday. Scores : — H. Winglield and L. Desmond beat B. Bertoli and T. Byrne, 6 - ], 6- 1. G. Stewart and D. Wilcox beat S. i Giblett and P. tiyrne, 6—2, 3—6. j W. Kirk and K. Wingfield beat C. Hindson and G. Bytne, 6—1, 6 2. j Mrs II. Wing geld and Miss Allen beat Mas Bertoli and Miss Byrne, 6—4, 6—4. Mrs Day and Miss M, Morrison beat Misses M. and M. Baines, 6—3, 4—6. Totals Boort 55 games, Manual 30 games.

Publication Title: Boort Standard And Quambatook Herald
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NOTES ON NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

NOTES ON NATURE. (WritLeu lor tlio "Farmers' Gazotlu,' by "Naturalist.") There died recently at Cook Park, Orange, N.S.W, an emu. The deatli of tlio noble bird was a novolty only J lo tljo bird itself, and calls for no fur ther comment; but on a i>o.st-mortem examination tlio .stomach revealed a depository as interesting as a curiosity .shop. Mere were found four pennies, six half-pennies, nine L'l inch wire nails, ono umbrella ferrule, 0110 key, ono medal, one clock wheel 12 J inches in dia meter, two collar studs, ono safety pin, live marbles, three coat buttons, twenty-four pieces of glass, and one pin, two inches in length. The latter was embedded in the bird's liver, and to this was attributed tlio deceased's final departure. Ono naturally won t-lie fact that the bird was not without fact that the bird was not without visible means of support. There was still left seven penoo in hard cash, while there seems to have been intelli gence enough also to limit tho food supply lo a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

FICimXG FOR RRIiATll. "ilv littbrboy was a martyr.toRidcolds ami coughs," says Mrs G. "AViirrolI,-. Lake's Creek, Ttookli impton, Q. " At .times-lie has license bad that 1-have found him light-' ing for breath. .Sines I started giving him Chamberlaiu\s ijoiigh Remedy I do not worry over his coughs for 1 know that a couple of doses will give hint immediate re lief " '

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EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

EFFECT OF DRAINING ON THE SOIL. Tho most important result is that it ma lies tho soil warmer. A H ot soil is cold, chielly because tlxo water in it is eoustantly evaporating, and evaporation is a cooling process. To illustrate tins: If the bulb of one thermometer is oovciod with a wet muslin, and the bulb of another similar Uitrmomoter is iel't uncovered, tho wet thermometer may register as much as 15 degrees cooler wlien hotli are swung in dry air. This is due to tho cooling effect of tlio evaporation of tho Water. Moreover, water is a poor conductor of boat; wet soils warm in tho sun slowly, heoauso tho water they eontai holds down the temperature. There is uually a dif ference of 6 to 10 degrees between drain ed and nndrained soil in tho same field In fact, the temperature of a soil in summer is very largely determined by tho. amount ot water it contains; the wetter it is, tho colder it is. Warmth is one of tho chief essentials for the ger mination and growth of farm crops; it is...

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DURHAM OX v. GLENLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Boort Standard and Quambatook Herald — 2 April 1914

DURHAM OX v. GLENLOTII. Glenloth and Durham Ox met at I'oort on Saturday last for the final time this year, and"the result was a win for Glenloth. Scores: — Mason and Esler lost to .Miller and Fradd, 4 6, ii-5. Crocker and Esler lost to Fradd Brs , 4—6, 1 6 Ault and Coutts lost to MeKeirnan and Steele, 4 ■ ti, 4—6. Misses Esler and Hall lost to Misses Reid and Miller, 6—5, 4—6. Misses Esler and Hall boat Misses Reid and Miller, 6-2, 6—5. Totals - Gienloth 56 games, Durham Ox 45 games.

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