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CANADIAN FISHERIES. EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
CANADIAN FISHERIES. EXTRAORDINARY ACCITDIEYNT.T;i An extraordinary condition, ,-g'ard ing the British Columbia. Salmon fish: eries, which may seriously affect .Le future of the can-iing trade, has rceent ly been reported to the Fisheries Pe partmeint at Ottawa. In building their British Columbia line elung the precipitous banks of the Fraser liver, bhe Canadian Northern railwai y, is re ported to have blasted enorm:ius quantities of rook into the :fam??o salmon river. These masses of ..rck have so deflected itlie .curcrmnt t;Lat when a big "run" occuis, they- are unable to pass the obstaole, an:l ~r o consequently preevented fromi. reach ing their spawning grounds..: This year there was a bi'g "run~"and it is stated that 'nlhen the salmon reached these daims, they were. inalle to go on, and millions .turned back and died without spawning: The results will probably be Serious, as a big run oocurs every four years, when tihere is an increase of three and - four million dollars in the ...
mportant [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
mportant Concerning some parts of the dis trict news comes but seldom. This is not the fault of the Editor, for- he has no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the area of circula tion. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease ? If no one else is doing it for your. district will YOU try on these lines? Send ac counts of public and social events in your township or neigborhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, matters touching the industries, etc. Write your name in some corner ; not for printing, but for good faith. Write the names of persons very distinctly. Do not bother about grammar or spelling ; it is the Editor's work-.to look after these trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write on one side of the paper only. Give infor opation, but let criticism alone.
KEEP ON. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
KEEP ON. A . young American lawyer was de fending an old convict on the charge of burglary in a State where the court rules allow, each side one hour to ad dress the jury. The young lawyer,. somewhat nervous, consulted a veteran niember' of the bar, who happened to be standing near. "How much time do you think I should take up in addressing the jur,y" he asked in a rather pompous mainer. "Take the full hour," was the gruff reply. "The longer you talk the. longer you'll keep your client out of gaol. ",
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1 Subscribers who do nct give express notice to the contrary are considered as wish ing to CONTINUE their subscription 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may con tinue to send them until ARnEARs are paid 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are RESPONSIBLE until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible 5. The courts have decided that " refusing to take periodicals from the office or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima facia evidence of intentional FRAUD 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give NoTIcE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking it, other wise the publisher ...
CHEMICAL VALUE OF MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
CHEMICAL VALUE OF MAN. Dr Emil Hahn, writing in the Mede zinisohe Blaetter, mentions LI 11/6 as the value of a man weighing? 1501bs The man's 'fat, according to the writer is worth 10/5. Of iron, there is barely enough to make.. a nail 1 inch long. There -is, however, sufficient lime to wash a good-sized fowlhouse, Of phospherous; there is enough to put heads on 2200 matohes, and the magnesium in his body would provide a very pretty 'fireworks display." The man further holds within his organism albumen in sufficient to make 100 eggs while of sugar he has a teaspoonful, and of salt a mere pinch...
WOOL FREIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
WOOL FREIGHTS Comparative costs per ton of 20 cwt of transporting wool to Melbourne or Gee long: Rail Port Rail to Mel- Rail to Fairyand bourne Geelong. thence by steamer. Koroit . 46 3 39 6 23 3 Woolsthorpe 47 6 41 o 26 6 Hawkesdale 48 o 42 0 27 9 Minhamite 49 o 43 3 30 o Purdeet 49 6 44 e 31I 9 Penshurst 50 6 44 9 34 o Tabor 50 6 48 3 36 3 Yatchaw 50 0 47 6 37 9 Hamilton 49 0 46 9 37 o Warrnambool 45 o 37 6 21 6 Wannon 50 9 48 3 41 o Gritjurk 51 3 49 o 43 o Coleraine 52 o 49 6 44 9 Branxholme 51 o 45 6 32 o Grassdale 52 3 49 9 35 o Merino 53 3 50 9 38 0 Henty 54 o 51 6 39 6 Sandford 54 9 52 3 41 6 Casterton 55 o 52 6 42 6 Condah 52 o 49 6 29 6 Myamyn 52 6 50 0 28 0 Milltown 52 9 50 6 .27 3 Heywood 53 9 51 3 25 0 Strathkellar .48- 3 46 -o 39 o Mountajup 47 6 45 o 41 o
REJECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
REJECTED. In a carriage on a Scottishi railway sat a number of gentlemen off for the holiday. Conspicuous in the company were two-one an old man with a very bald head, and the other a young fel low with a great crop of red hair, whose fiery hue would. outrival the set ting sun. - When they had passed Paisley most of the travellers put down their news papers and began to yawn: and look out lazily, - awaiting the arrival of the train at their destination. Tiring of this prosaio silence, the .young man with the red l'air selected the old man as the butt of his wit. "I say, old felelw," he remarked. rudely, "Nature surely had no hair in stock when you were made?" "She had sir, she had," replied the old man; "but it was all red, and I would not have any of it."'
Country Courts [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
-0 County Courts Colac, Thursday, February 5 Camperdown, Tuesday, February 17 Port Fairy, Thursday, February 19, Warrnambool, Thursday, March 5 Portland, Tuesday, March 17.. Hamilton, Wednesday, March 18 Casterton, Thursday, March 19
UNGRATEFUL TOM. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
UNGRATEFUL TOM. Mr Blossom had been very ill, and by the time he was able to get downstairs again, his hair had grown to a con siderable length. . Then it was that Mrs B. volunteered to cut it for him. and Blossom, probably owing to .his weak condition,, consented to the ex periment. Mrs B. fastened the table oloth under Blossom's chin and got to business. Then Blossom repented his rashness." "Great Scott, Martha," he yelled, as Mrs B. jammed the' point of the' scis sors in his neck. "What the dickens do you think you're doing?'.' "Am I hurting you,. dear?" inur inured Mrs B. "It's .only those cor ners behind -your- ears -thla+other_.mn... Do keep still." : And then she sliced a bit off his ear. "Thundering Jumbo I" shouted B., jumping about the room like a eat on hot bricks. "Oh no, I'm only doing this for fun." And lie dashed upstairs and plunged his head in the bath. "That's the' worst of Tom," sighed Mrs B., as she took up her knitting. "He's always so ungrateful 1"
General Sessions [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
-o- - General - Sessions Colac, Thursday, February 5 Camperdown, Tuesday, February 17 Port Fairy, Thursday, February 19 Warrnambool, Thursday, March 5 Portland, Tuesday, March 17 Hamilton, Wednesday, March 18 Casterton, Thursday, March 19 -0
KILLARNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
KILLARNEY. (From Our Correspondent). Farmers are still busily engaged potato digging, and a large area has now been dug. Several far mers are, now pitting their potatoes, the present price (L2) causing them to do so in anticipation of a better price later on. A good fall of rain is needed to ensure the safety of the tubers from rotting. A few small plots of early onions are now being taken out, though not properly matured ; the price on offer, 1,6 per ton, having caused growers to lift them. The general crop -will not be ready for some time, and growers are of the opinion that yields will be 2 tons per acre lighter than last year. A commotion was caused on Friday in the yard at the Crossley railway station, by a horse attach ed to a' waggonette, bolting out and passing between a number of drays that were standing at the platform without interfering with a single vehicle. The owner of ,the horse (Mr Pat Bushell), after delivering his load of potatoes, left the animal 'standing in the...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
Courts of Petty Sessions, .The Police Magistrate (Mr E. Williams will visit the undernientioned places on the dates specified : PORT FAIRY, Tuesdays, 10 a.m, Tuesday, February 10 Tuesdry, March 10 Tuesday, April 7 Tuesday, May 5 - Tuesday, June 2 WARRNAMBOOL, Mondays, 10 a.m. Monday, February 9 Monday, February 23 Monday, March 9 Monday, March 23 PENSHURST, Thursdays, 11 a.m. Thursday, February 12 Thursday, March 12 PORTLAND, Saturday, 10 a.m. Saturday, February 14' Saturday, March 14 MACARTHUR, Tuesdays, 11 a.m. Tuesday, February 7. Tuesday, March17 KOROIT, Fridays, 11 a.m. Friday, February 20 Friday, March 20
Sporting. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
Sporting. RACING. The following is the result of the San down Park races, run on Saturday last : Hurdle Race -McAlpin (5 to 4) 1, Port lock 2, Lucy Barr 3. Maiden Plate-The Tuck (7 to 2) and Campus (4 to 1) dead heat for first, Boytah 3. The Tuck (2 to 1) won the run off. Sandown Plate Rosny (7 to 2) 1, Andelosia 2, Pinkerton 3. Sandown Park Handicap-Dewberry (6 to 4) 1, Indiscreet 2, Eishon 3. San down Purse - Active Lad (10 to I), Lamana 2, Jullundur 3. Jumpers' Flat Race-Coronatus (6 to 4) 1, Napkarb 2, Gangway 3. The Panmure races, run on Saturday, resulted as under :--Trial .- Brennan's Glenkirk (Thomas) 1, Bright Kirk .2, Wynne 3. Hurdles--McGuinness' Min. neboro (Wilson) 1, Wasseca 2, Calabach 3. Handicap - Rogers' Whare (Arm strong) 1, Major Eight 2, Mneme 3. Trot - Nolan's Rex Alva (owner) 1, Jackeroo 2, Hillmont. TWelter Handicap -Bourke's Vodski (Mr J. Lindsay) 1, Glenkirk 2, Golden Vale 3. Hack Race -Aristacus 1, Bowyong, Wiliatuk 3. PORTLAND RACES. The following are the...
EIGHT - HOURS' ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
rIGHT - HouRs' ART UNION. - Thi will be the 58th anniversary, and for 54 years art unions have been run in connec tion therewith, which have always been the most popular in all- the States, this, nb doubt being in a great measure due to the careful and fair manner in which all the arrangements in. connection with the art union have always been carried out by the committee. The committee have de cided to divide the proceeds. derived from the sale of tickets between the metropolitan and country hospitals and charities, thereby complying with. the law. The consent of the Attorney General to this art - union has. been. obtained. The art kunion prizes will be pictures of Australian artists :-lst prize, Oil Painting, " A Gippsland Forest," by J. Ford. Paterson," value 4500 ; 2nd prize, Oil- Painting, ' Springtime," by AkthiurStreeton, value £00 ; 3rd prize; Oil Painting, " A Bush Road,"-by Louis Buvelot,-value '50 ; and 97 other valu able pictures by Australian artists, rang iig in value ...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
-0 BOWILING. The following is the result of the first round of matches played in con nection with the trophy presented by Mr T. H. Sto:ey :-Grant beat Wilson, Haymes beat Radoslovich, Jackson beat Scott, Gibson beat Kemp, Tyler beat Boyd, Pickerd beat Northey, Nash beat Hill, Gordon beat Bailey, Tullett beat Storey, Reidy beat Maloney ; Orr, Sloley and Payne each had a walk over.
Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
Races to Come. -o- Saturday, February 7-Hawkesdale Thursday, February 12-Portland Saturday, Feb 14.--Terang picnic races Satq rday, February 21-Orford Picnic Race Club. Saturday, Feb 28-South Parumbete Saturday, March 7-Cobden Saturday, Marchl14-Garvoc Tuesday, March 17--Koroit Saturday. March 21 Hexham Tuesday, March24--Caramut Easter Monday (April 13)-Penshurst. 'Saturday, April 25-Port Fairy May 5, 6, 7-Warrnambool May 13, 14-Coleraine. Saturday, May 16-Kirkstall May 20, 21-Casterton Monday, January. 26 - Branxholme Carnival and-Sports. Wednesday, February 11 - Portland Show Wednesday, March 11-Digby Show
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
CRICKET. The team to represent the Belfast cricket clnb in their match against Mount Noorat next Thursday, willi be 'picked from - McEachern, Wallis, McKechnie (2), Stedman, McCallum (2), Maloney (2), Tyrell, McLellan (2), Norbrium, Howden, Loughnan, Roberts and Powell. Play starts at 1.45 sharp, all players are asked to make a special effort to be there to time. Johnny Summers easily defeated Evern den in a 20-round boxing contest at Syd ney on Saturday night.
SACRIFICES NOT REQUIRED BY GOD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
SACRIFIOES NOT REQUI1 I . 3y GOD. Text: ."8acrioe and ofering ad burnt offerings and offering for ai~ Thou wouldxt not, neither badst pleasure therein; whioh are offered by the law." (Heb. z. 8). VATOrRSS sacrifiees. . As our Creator, He. hu a right to make suoh demands of us as He will, and we would be obliged to obey, but? such obedience" could not properly be term. ed sacrifice. The w~or. sacrifice signifies that which is -voluntarily offered to God. By the offering o! bullocks and goats th3 transgressions of-- th
Testing Dairy Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 2 February 1914
Testing Dairy Cows. Mr H. W. Osborne, the manager of the Western District Butter Factories' Association, who visited Great Britain last year, had an opportunity of noting the improvements that were taking place in the old country as the re sult of systematic herd testing. Mr Osborne was so impressed with the valuable work that he returned an enthusiastic. advocate of the testing system. Referring to the matter recently. he said the necessity of producing a.larger quantity of milk off the same area is work that should be assisted by the govern ment. It can be done by improv ing the dairy stock and by showing farmers the loss they sustain by keeping cows that do not give profitable returns. " Any measu res," said Mr Osborne, " that will show Victorian dairymen how to increase the yield of milk and butter off the same area, an1 with out additional expense, will be accomplising splendid work for the country. - The State governments ,subsidise immigrants so as to in crease the population...