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ABOUT PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
ABOUT PIGS. A dr pen and a dry b5d aro essen h-ves make pegd bcddi-g. but straw is mnch bettr. - Bnik the pig hIqus net so there will be no drafts unnd r or on the floors. SD.fta. are fatal to pg. causýpsing rtermat sm, pneumonia and other lls. P.~s often havre sore throat. uinsey. etc.. fron exposure to drafts and cold. If your pgs- squeal, they are either cold. hungry or uncomfortable in ,ome say. F:nd the cause and remove it if you wish to prevent -loss" S?.tisfied profitable p:gs will grunt. but they do not _squeL - St ttistics show that the manure from each pig is worth £2 ? year. " You see it will pay to save this manure. Keep the pigs clean and they will b heal~tby St rt out with rigbt ideas about what retLhcounomy in feeding pigs is. Starr ,in is not economy; it is the costliest thin one can do. One thing no pir riser ran afford to do r-ithouts is a d feding trough. Big cracks often take more than the pigs do.
TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
TUFPF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") B t in haste and reet-a at leisunr Those imu·ctuos backers who were early in the market in order to secure share in lAhermc c?rSct for the Y-a tnark Ti. are now in the repentant stage The gain' ainks of Athenkc. co.'ing .-::t :d on top of the wizthdr? t-il : ,ola3nr, must have bc:en a bittet pill for the pe-pfe who are fond of inre-t.ng wks ahead orf the ra-ce. Put. is preini ,sin said. nodthing i cure them of the haon t. The' will e o or fe:d: in: t" - ,i, i-n rs in tre c Iar : ca?eel ntuil the end of the chapter. 1: con b' wel-l lnnde.iced that the acc:dent to _Athen.c ha- greatly heart ecned cneErs cf- o?ter cardi ates in the .'bnwmarke: H.ndicap. The Sydney f-er kooked very Like a lion in the paith an: hs w:'thd ~ awI th-rrnore, cons?der ably- inaprovs the precpects cfr othr in the '- id. 3My own partie'lar fa:e" *i .'ng hias been Ciptain White. n :u -nr reeat form. is boIu:ifu!lr har:` c:r.pp=d at .: 9?b. ;Tle Captain" I s qn:i-. a lIkng fo;r th...
THE FEEDING OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
TSE fEEDIG Or 'OtRsii You all know that -on shrl-d - ater your horse before y?r fis.! him. th?t -I wrscieri ccu .· t know why? s~'= Dr. F. McC he. Sur ge?n'apt. of the So=th Irish Horse. Thn reaon is simp!e. The.horse's stomp-b is- for the size 'of the animal. r-'earkabl small. and has a remarkatsly ia-rge ohs n is: into the -inc--cn-a or rst re ao the small intestine. If. therefore rnti water yetifr hoe when his stomanh is full of "treec" the water ihbfeh paw es at once through the stomaeh.-te the intesti, s *arri s-wit- it-ms-Ch of the oats before t - l: ter has ha! titme to be rcperly no?ted- u0an by the as tric jrices. It therefore tr: es sta-ro thrnagh the aninm Rt -._iest?-c , or.a passes out with the 'ste. This ,act. that the hore- s strmarh is sm-zal. nive the reason for the nxSt hint, that yonl hir~e wants to be fee often. F?or feeds a -Ins is the trainno- stabtle ' le ani it is irportant to renem- er that a horse cannot Co on long journcers for ne-sr without frequent eeds,...
FRUIT GROWING IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
1EUIT GROWING IN CANADA. T:ie Canadian Minister of Agriculture is cru?ing a special inquiry to be made into the fruit-growing in dstry of Can ada. The investigation will be con ducted with a view to securing the best and nmost reliable information, reesect ing the area and extent of land adapt ed to' fruit growing in the provinces. and the varietie of fruit, ich heav*ei been found to be most prFdfitbe and most successful in each locality; the tend ncT towards concentrating on the moductiOan of standard varietieo on a larg? scale and the facilities for dis tribution and. marketing. Of course it is well-known that fruit-growtflg in Canada. has area assumed very con sderable proportions. but the industr is capable of indefinite expansion i view of the demand .of the home and eipcrt markets. When old and valuable lace is being waed it should ..be ironed pattern ccth of cotton . The pattern will be r-iicd-and quaol to new. -" la?. diP in milk will give it all the stff?ea A eteS calf wil-...
Never a Word. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
Never Word. N.t long ago a clergyman was-call ed pon to conduct the services at the funeral of a.man with whom he had bad no acquaintance. So, think ing to glean a useful -hint or two ton-hing the. deeeased's character, -2sm aq; e l o n aoqgs se. eq uqai roor, the divine called a little boy of c-:ht, evidently a member of the fam: l, and put to.him-this question: "C'an you tell me'what were the last words of your father?" "- e didn't have any." responded the !ad with the utmost naivete. "Ma was fith him to the last." ating never created anything; all life comes from lovers. - Eliabet Robins. - -Do not search for a genuinely clever -oman; it. is not -ise to look fo trolulec--Lady Sybil Grant. The womsn a man loves i the w man he wants whey he is ill.-Hnbt alea.
A Beautiful Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
A Beautiful Dreaaiu. A .-r e.-teemed corr,.rondent wrote as r?.Z. "Dairyman ") a letter re cent'r. in which he stated that he be lievrc the "Soiling System" to be a "Be.:ntiful Dream." We sat musing over. this statement. and musing-fell asle p. And as we slept, we dreamt. Mhe dream. of course, was all about. s-it:-,r. and was so remarkable that we thnk our. readers should hear about i:. It has occurred to us that some drei.-s come true. J.seph's.Dream. for i stanca, saved the greatest people nF at times from extinction by stara tien. So here is our dream. We saw, in our dream, a man who told us of hi- own free will what six :en months' "soiling" had done for him.. He started on a very small farm of c ,nsiderably_ under 49 acres. His rent was £1-50 per annum, his cows were not his own, and he had less than 10'- in his pockets the day he took poss^sso"---just twenty -months ago. Four months later he began working his firm on the "soiling system." His posiozi to-das is, so he told us: ...
PROCESSES IN THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
PROCESSES IN THE SOIL. There are two great processes going . on continually in the soil, which are known to be due to the aetinties of bacteria: (a) The conversion of am monia and otlher compounds contanimng nitriogen, der:vrd fr.om decaying orga nio matter and nitrogenous fertilisers, into nitrates, the only form in which, so far as we know; plants can utiliso the nitrogen. (b) The utilisation of free nitrogen of the atmosphers by le guminous plants. Both these proces ses are greatly facilitated by the pro sience in that soil of a suffieincy, of lime. The application of lime to the soil 'is one of the oldest methods of treatment known in agriculture. -It was apparently employed by the Ro-' mans 2000 years ago.- In various Eu ropean countries it has been practised for many years past. bAn amusing story (not guaranteed to be new) is told of a minister's assistant --a "helper," as the Scotch call him who was leaving owing to a dispute with the parson. "Brethren," lie said.. in his far...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER II. PHILIP ASHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
Terribly Tempted. & SER.IAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER II. A PHILIP ASHTON . 'Of all the many miseries that afflici mankind, surely one of the greatest is the possession of brilliant powers with scanty, perhaps no means to cultivate them. Such people crave after the unattainable, their struggle' is Lard. they are dissatisfied with their lot, and eel unhappy. Philip Ashton was a man of this description; he was by trade a carpenter, a man of toil, a man of the people, one of many thousands with vague possibilities of hidden power. but who recognise the futility of rebel lion; he could only realise in a dull sad way that knowledge and freedom must pass him.i o, and submission he gained by physical toil. Labor is indeed an excellent opiate. Chance and society had denied him that kn :wledge for which he hungered with a sort of dim despair, and yet how ignorant we all are--the supposed wises- of us! Life seems at times like a game of bllind men's buff, and a number of more or ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 20 February 1914
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Seymour Tennis Competition [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Seymour Tennis Compe. tition lkatches to lbe played on Court of fin named club. January 31 Avenel v Broadford Tallarook v Christ Church Sugarloaf Creek v Railways Seymour a bye February 7 Broadford v Sugarloaf Creek Railways v Seymour Avenel v Tallarook Christ Church a bye February 14 Seymour v Broadford Christ Church v Avenel Tallarook v Railways Sugarloaf Creek a bye February 21. Broadford v. Tallarook Christ Church v. Sugarloaf Creek Avenel v. Seymour Railways a bye February 28 Railways v Broadford Seu mour v Christ Church Tallarook v Sugarloaf Creek Avenel a bye .MIarch 7 Broadford v Christ Church Sugarloat Creek v Seymour Avenel v Railways Tallarook a bye Reverse for second round.
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
TO OUR READERS. Very often an lntereating item may come under your notice. You may wit ness some interesting occurrence which would be of general interest to the pub lic. We invite you to send it along, written in a short, crisp style, theu crisp er the better. The. editor will carefully perucse all communications sent, whether they be in political, social or other form, and they will be treated strictly as condfential All items must, however, be well authen. ticated, and from a reliable source. Newspaper clippings are also accpt able. and facts about people, scb as deaths, marriages, social events. etc,, in fact on all Svents, will e carefully read aed, if suitable, published. We wish to make thie journal as In. terestig as possible, and you may help _s if you desire. Give us your opinlons on the current topics of the day-they a?sy prove of interest to our. esderp,
LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
LOCAL INFORMATION,? Seymour Shire Council-Meetings held on second Monday in:each month, Uoun c-llos: Messrs Howe, Chittick, Mori son, M'Klnozie, Wallis, Tehan. Ward. Smith, Stewart, Kennedy, M Cormack, Bayley. Secretary : Mr H J. WorlaLd. Heolth Officer: Dr Strangman. Pound Keeper : Mr J. Coop. Inspector of Nui :aeces : Mr J. Higgins. Seymour Agticultural Socioty-Secre tary : Mr ) M. Stewart. S?e)mour Mechanic- Institute-Mr J. Evean.; Libr-rin : Micse Drew. Senmour Bracs Band-Practice every Tuebday anb Friday nights. Bandmas ter : Mr E. Reid. Secrutary, Mr D. A. Lawile. S ymour Waterworks Trust.-Com mt.-toners meet second Monday in each mnn'h. Secretary : R. J. Clydesdale; Court of Petty Sectios-P.M : Mr R Kniight. Clerk of 'ourts--Mr J. J OCtey. Officer in charge of Police Sergr. Lamn iden. Deputy Electoral Registrar : Miss E. O'Call.ghan. Cottmnuiweaith Electoral Registrar : Mr J. Evans. Station Master: Mr M Phee. Post Mast'r : Mr Lane. Lodg-es: MU i O.O.F.: secretary. Mr E. B. Jn...
Auctioneers' Report. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Auctioneers' Report.. Messrs Heywood, Rose and Co repoit having conducted avery successful clear ing sale at Homewood on Friday last, jon account of Mr Chris. Al'Rae There was a large attendance of local and out 'side buyers, who operated freely, prices obtained being very satisfactory. They sold:-Dairy cows in full profit to £6 7s 6d(; springers, cows, £5 2s 6d to £6; backward cows, £3 17s 6d to £5; helfers, £3 7s 6d to '4 o10s; do , 2yrs old, £2 11s to £2 ISs; pen fat sheep at £1; buggy mare, £14; sundries at ruling prices.
Presbyterian Church Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Presbyterian Church Annual Meeting Tuere was a very large attendance a the local Presbyterian Church on Wed nesday evening lasf, when the annual meeting washeld. The pleasing feature was the large number of men, as repre sentative heads of families who were present, accompanied by their wives, and an almost ehtbusiastic interest was taken in the proceediugs The annual report and balance sheet submitted by the Board of Management was of a most pleasing and satisfactory nature. It showed that after meeting all the liabilities the year closed with a credit balance. The report recommended that pew rents be abolishedl, and quarterly sub scriptions oa straighttout giving, b- sub stitnted in hlien thereof. The Rev. P. J. MDougall referred to the paucity of attendance at the morn ing service, which, he said, was anything but encouraging. It was not a pleasant or agreeable task to preach to a number of vacant seats. There were some who could not come, while there were 'many more who could bu...
Worms. The Children's Enemy. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
worms. The Children's Enemy. Undoubtedly there is no greater enemy to the Heialth, Hlapliness and Comfort of Children thanu the pres ence of Worms. Parents should be on their guard if a child shows any of the marked symptoms, such as Disturbed Sleep, Restlessness, Irri tation, rnd picking the nose, to as certain if the child is afflicted with these parasites, and if thm-y are, to at once administer Comstock's"Dead Shot" Worm Ptellets according to directions. T''hey are a safe, sure and relihibe remedy, prepared in the form of a lolly, and children t:ke them without any hesitation. Comstockl's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets al.e a purely vegetable pre paration for the eradication of VWormis in children and adults. For sale by all chemists and storekeep er's, pr1ice 2s Id ic pe packet, or will be set fi'r ee post paid at the same price by The W. i. Comstock Co. Ltd., 23 Lang Street, Church Hill, S'dney.
CHURCH SERVICES. CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Seymour-9 a.m. Holy Mass, 7.30 p.m. Evening Devotions.. Tallarook--11 a.m.,-Holy Mass. OUiULCH OF E~NGLANID Rctor : Rev. G. W. Carter, KR.D. Th.L 1st Sunday in Lent. Seymour-l0.15 a.m. Cateehlsm, 11 a.m* Morning Prayer, 7.30 p.m. Choral Evensong. Avenel-3 p.m. Evening Prayer. I'IRHSIB3TTRIAN CHUR2CH; Seyteour--ll a in. and 7.30 p.m. RYv. P. J. . Dougall. Aenel-3 p.m. rev. p. J. Ml'Dounll METHODIST CUURCu . beymour 11 a.m. Mr Day, 7.30 p.m, Mr Cocks. o A venel- 3 p.m . M r Co ck s "7 30 P m M r SDay.. . _ t Coks 7"30 p"m " Hlldcu,,l? .?.Mi ¢o4..?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
How to Prevent Acid Stomachs and Food Fermentation. By a Stomach Specialist. As a specialist who has spent .many years in the study and treat ment of stomach troubles, I have been forced to the conclusion that most people who complain of stom ach troubles possess stomachs that are absolutely healthy and normal. The real trouble, that which causes all the pain and difficulty is acid in the stomach, usually due to, or ag gravated by, food fermentation. Actd irritates the delicate lining of the stomach and food fermentation causes wind, which distends the stomach abnormally, causing that full bloated feeling. Thus both acid and fermentation interfere with and retard the process of indi gestion. The stomach is usually healthy and normal, and irritated almost past endurant:e by these foreign elements-acid and wind. In all such cases-and they com prise over 90 per cent. of all stomach difficulties-the first and only step necessary is to neutralise the acid and stop the fermentation by tak...
Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Cricket - .------------ The c1 ts-ason was brought to a close on Saturday last. when Seymoor Rsamblers were drfeated by the premiers -Trawool-by 16 runs. Scores. SEYMIOUR Doyle, e Airey, b Anderson 0 Keefe, c Coulson, b Anderson 1 Barrison, c Anderson, b Murray ... 12 Geoghegan, b Anderson 3 Thompson, c \Wallace, b Anderson . 7 J. Adams, not out . ... 24 Doxey, b Anderson 2 O'Callaghan, e Collocot, b Anderson 3 R. Doyle, c Muriay, b Anderson ... 0 Roberts, c Collocot, b Anderson ... 14 Grattan, b Anderson 0 Sundries ... 15 • .. 15 Total T ............ 91 Bowliug-Anderson, 8 for 34; Wsllis, 0 for 12; H Murray, 1 for 18; C. Murray, 1 for S; Collocot, 0 for 4. TRAWOOL. Airey, b Adams . ... 20 Anderson, run out ... ... 23 Caollocott, b Harrison ... G. Coulson, b Adams ... 0 T. Darcy, run out ...*. I M. Darcy, b Adams 9.. , H. Murray1 c Keefe, b Adams ... 22 C. Murray, c and b Adams ... 0 F. Wallis. b Thompson ... ... 3 J. Coulson, not out ... ... 1 Sundries ..: ... 10 Total . ... ...107...
REMINISCENCES OF AVENEL. OVER 30 YEARS AGO. No. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
REMINISCENCES OF AVEHEL. OVER 30 YEARS AGO. No. 14. (By W. Smithers Gadd; secretary of the Early Pioneers' Association, Melbourne.) THE AVENEL CEMETERY. (Continued.) Wandering through the cemetery th. first headstone that caught my eye was that of W. B. Gadd, who died on 5th April, 1891, aged 65 y,'ars, nearly a quarter of a century ago. How rapidly has time passed. It seems almost impossible to be l~wv it is 25 years since I met my dear old friend on one of the bay boats enjoying a trip on the briny -imbibing the pure ozone, which is an inspiration of new life. Mr Gadd appeared to be in excellent health and spirits, and was in his usual state of good humour; he had been having a look at Port Arlington and Geelong, and the onion farms of the former which flourished in the undulating slopes of chocolate soil running almost to the water's edge. The panoramic view takes in Drysdale, noted for its mineral springs and its haven of rest, that very fine hotel, where the Catholic clergy hol...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Seymour Express and Goulburn Valley Avenel, Graytown, Nagambie, Tallarook and Yea Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Tennis. The matches on Saturday resulted in the defeat of Seymour, Christ Church and Tallarook. Unless something unfore. seen occurs Broadford will be premiers this season, being so far undefeated with Avenel or Sngarloaf Creek runners up. One of the most impostant matche. of the competition-from a local stand. point-is next Saturday's contest between Christ Church and Seymour. A good deal of friendly rivalry exists between these two clubs. and as both are confident of winning, a good game should result. Scores of Saturday's matches : SUGAILOAF. CREEK (40) beat CHRIST CHURCH (34) cc sc Messrs Lomax and Adams beat Mersrs Rvan and Fleming ... 12 9 and beat Messrs Sanderson and Fleming ... ... 12 7 Messrs Worland and Adams lost to Messrs Ryan and Fleming... 5 1U and lost to Messrs Sanderson and Fleming ... ... 5 12