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The Horse Bot Fly [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
The l11 ii e (;''1?}1o , tiltý,&lt;yr Votori nry S.urgeon St ewart, of the Stock DepartmentL of New ,11ith Walecs, hoe iowed a leiport in wliih he stateB that the horsei hot, tt! ij l)(pcinlly prevalent in the , ;,h,,"n Iarts of t(he State. This fly dlep. sit: it1 egge on the breaiitit, sPho 'd(or, andi f(Olitlint; of horse`; which are tori hi )Iut, to g'riazi. 'Tloh iego Ari f ? a conical shapille, andl ia 3ellowh'i-white colour, and hatch onut lnirveo ifth' aboutl four or five d(ay The flthne(' ('u,1 i,0 irrititioin, land inll lickin, Iie ,, irritated parts the hoire .t r i'e lle t lth insects into it,&lt; sltonmaich, wher( thev live for .oml(1 m1ont(1hfl on1 11(i se(r(tiol!n of thu hody. 'To lprevent thiis thi ah'eoted parlit elhould( h niineared with ,' elparitioni of tar iand lgreO?s, Oift of ciriiOl)o ald liii(eed oil (one (ofI the forni, in ten of the hitter) 1lino (a VII y etfu. tivo dre?shing. filAlnli o' h?, Ileei i dilts, diluted with wiat wihen U uet ni t...
DESTRUCTION OF SPARROWS [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
$,1i'tUtOT' IN OF ) PA1I11OWS S 0 In s'cwer to InpluriV nas to incm oi dlestroyit! ni:pnirow; with poicom);l grain; tlMr. Iairri'r, in Ith "Ali rlicultl - r'nl (tazttei," N.,.W., ;tat.t :'' "I hav ,cmn expi'rinwntini,' with tim pIoiioninig of il)pi'rrowi\ for i;evoral ycnlii. SSollhi tlhree or four y)'' nago l made a yardi'l with wiry netting anidl in it 'fed the siparrow regularly for a time, Whlien thoy had l)(coimi necuctlonmd to it, isltal of uniioii)oiicind rnclaced wheat, 1 gave tl hii' a food which hal beon strongly poi,'oocd wiltih arvonic. Thin had the ieTect of billing a con sideralbl number, blit >ner;r aft'llr ward.i would tI(ly lholi at fud place!: in that yard, Anolhel ti'ial waI; mando elh(ewhere of etrychnine. At tI, first trial a numal)er wre hilleod, hut never aifterwardi could I get thlain to taico this poison. "AM the intellig'eiine(' of (ht lie hirde in ovidrently( too rieat fior quickly act ing iipoinis to hin ~ efiul, .1 conlcOiv.d thelio i idea of nmkiij t...
PURVES' GENUINE SEEDS. SELECTED FOR MARKET GARDENERS. CABBAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
GENUINE SEEDS. SI It 1E D 1.1 FOR MARKE'ltl (AlmE)LNE tg,. CA3BBAGE. East I'amn Viotoria Markot (proved stock),--?ly selected- strain of thia winter c1l)Pago is unllsurpassed by any otter in cultivation, producing large solid dark groeen hua(ts, which retain their color well after coming to ima tWrity. ONION8. Extra Early lat Whito (Langshaw's strain).-'- 1he earliuest onion in culti 'vation for bunchinu and' casing. Now seed now ready. Extra Early Golden tobloe.--Solccted( and ?row ftromn the (earli?st and best, loCepinu Xuoality of bulbn in produc Lion, and cidnnot fail to give lati?thc. tiont to those markeot gLardouor ' w'ho requiro t lirst'class typle of Onion for easing or bagiging., Now seeood now ready. Please Note that, I[ n Solo Ag tnt, for A. E, Rickett'e well-klnown strain of; Early Globo Onion, grown at, 1\arragul. 'CARl ROT. Selected Scarlet Internuediato-Jinn clean root.-s, both long pointed anod round( pointud (my original istrains). 'AIRSNIP. Improved Hollow Crown,-...
Progress Leagues HAMPTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
Progress £cagu$ HAMPTI ON. lnonthlly ootee og of the IHampton PI'rotzr'eR3 I (Rg)n if0) 'f'lt(0day, Mr. IT. P. Anss ec (precsiden 1) o~ccupyin~g the chir OW NEW-M IUITI,I'8., Illout. Rf the at I ot ionl of the meet. as;tttt devoted t o rvis ing the iiiles, wvhich \V.010 OVUOI Rithly adopted Wi thI only 0110 altero Riull, 1)1ovidilg' Cha~t the fIRURIS aight ho delposited~ in any' Savings Ilank, 1(11d not. par t~iculr1Ily the State Itank, al though tho latter gavot 3 per' coat, interest as against oniy 3 per cent, allowed b~ the Commlonwe It h Ianuk, COM'I IT E'E F .Ux:TION. Six nominiations wore received for the three addiid n l~f 1 RRcRRhU's requlired Oil t11CR COllRRRR itt ('0 1111(10)1' the) now iules, anmd t~he hatl ot. renllited in Iho ehec tIo ~ofIR)~1(O I"((, wit"', TI1hoRRal lIiar WR'1rdol I. Thie otlther IRomineesR 001'e ?itNlest Atisn I 1(IWR~l ti jll(]R 1,) . At ild Ion,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
AiK YiOUiR STOT:IHE1ii'EII FOi __T_ r^ °R --rj--- -- ---^-- '-^- Tom th's ,,, SUPIEIORl Locally Grow\n Tomatoes. S o own Botles. Sauce A High-gr.ade Article. " SMITH & n?,?,,?,'~ ulT LAM IBE1T, Iliighett Railway Station onnu"cturora SlOHN lELLY ?.V':,ii.iiio. " 224 C iiy I siit tistied J.Op',I :- IIARNESS MAKI 'R, 'i VJ 884 lltgh Stroot, t, Kllrdt, and 488 Flinder Sltroot, Melbourno, opp, Market Gardotnro An.soolatlon 8tore Manuifacturor of Everv ry,1cription of Sarlleiry andi liriiiitsn at. Lowent Prices Colla 'i ado and [itled unde:r Speel a iupecrvinioiin, Aw'rd(d first Prizes Royal Agrioiulturnal how, 1.l10, 111 and 1912. Awanrdcd First l'rizo for Collnri, 1919. A' ,LAHICGI TOCK OF OOODS AlVWA'S ON IhANI), Healthy & UInhealthy LigBhting Much stress Is frequently laid by intorestod persons on the onormous advuntages of electric »ighting over gas from the hygien',ic point of view. I-lear what thrco eminent men have recently said uon the subject :- "'' liitch evidln...
The Orchard. RED, BROWN AND WHITE SCALES [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
Tiase Orhlarol. nE|), lIROYWN AND V I' 3 CMAiI,; danuary andl .Fobruary io thU time, ortluu'd;(fi shouhl rc'memblor, to got to work on tho iml id tlih_ brow-n nid t!io whito wax rcdlo. ''hio hrowll aual red anealo imay beo cflctivcly trout. ed Iillior hn finnif;ntinf;' willh' cyanide fumesi or by uperiying wilh (plohml oion or resin an(d »odti, li'or thlo whliito wax cn..ln ctommionl wnahilug 8o, dla Ih., boConi founid lo blO .tui oxucllolt rmccny, It abouid n h used in the piroliortiion ot llh. of',oda to 4i gah lo}s of watr. ft i;) (i mno:?t, impor tant thin;g tlia ()nr'lardi.liS,, sliounld en d al'vo 'r l o i(,riI . cI ',il 'iI o) f eu lit rus fruit. S.aly fI'uiL meains alil l'>tn s pr ciise dilii'tl:ra 'o in lth I) locil miarhirt, and t)tnl )rohliiiiun in the inloc-Staiit mi'rlbtli. Tho ludian white was se.k, '; ir,. \Ml. l',r l''r u;, aliti, la "s |i)iii(nt d out,, i;) iitrictly r. hranrh ,s;>clih on cit~ru'l trc!, follh)\hwii;; anioi; llho tiny lbrinchletols righti to th...
Inseet Pests In Orchards. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
lus'et, Pests in Orehaooe, l'lhe. "borer," iscale, codllt moth, fly, on i tlisoeit kiohVn owl as "uellltltw' " ire i ni ount tliir t e'i t est .m icl thle n)rc h trdi it Ihas to lig:ht. The first, N(S(d1 iii theu mo ttt sradly to the 'it ruti tree, Th, re i c ho l to ie t)5i. wtyly lii eure for it, unl]cs the beetlei ois destroyed ie it appeaiio thein (th- fli ageo A tree, once aittacketd, is (loom ,,. As for othlr (li, o;ess, the., comn wind go at, their own sweet will. The owner, of the Iolloywood orangery, in N.S.W., confesses that spraying ant iful) igating are very gooda in their waly, but thety tire uxtpensivo. An it practical illustration of the non-th'eit of sprayint g bi i trees, it wa? shown lthat, undiler most of the trcs?t in the orang ery shlter could iei tien firom a sharp shower. "Wl.iti would he the good of it fine spray i thatO case 'i.' as!.ed the owner. "It would not hoiI! (penetrate the folinlge." It, had been decided to fumigato t he trees at Lotl lywood this ,i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
Educationil 1?.O8IIlCON, CIML?I' GRAM MAR 80110)l, amnd KI¢IN I IFIIGAll'liN, NORT[t .llOl), NOliftIII IRIUlI.TON. 5 minutes fronm (arhnvahlo haion. 10 minutes from Iletric Tra n. Large grounds; oxcellimt aconuniodt. tion for Board(rI. Pupils preparod for ;Jnivermity, ]Primary, Junior, and Senior E?xaninations; Also for University I ocid Examina utins in Musie. Prineipals MISH TI'lRD)AII1 and ?ILSS CONSTANChI TISI)AI,I, M.A. Olass Singing and Lihyeical (Ji ture have always formed plnt of the curriculum, Daneing and Special Physienl Culture Lessons are open to Non.Puopla. Three Terms for 1914 Begiu-n ,February 10th. Juno 2nd. September 15th. Pupils may bo Enrolled any' time pro rata. "NORFOLK" (RIRILS' SCHOOL, "KIOJIA," SOUTII ROAI), JRIUGITON IIEACII. SECONI)Al\Y. t'It\hJ!hAY, Soven Tiinutes' Walk from Train or Tram. The school is beautifully situatcd, with exceptional acconimodation for boarders. Pupils prcpared for dl NIO)R and SENIOR PU1Ilt Exanminatiions; also for University and...
Correspondence THE TOWN HALL CLOCK CHIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
£orresponddnce TH- TOWN t[ALL ('LOC(K (.IIMES, "Onu who lHeaOrd the First Chimens" w?rites :-Sir,-- In your issue of Marlch %2S appeilared i report of a statement by Cr, Wilson that the chimes when in.stalei years auo were only on ap iroval, and Cr, Stove stated that they were taken away by the person that put them there. Although the ,sul juet has come up over and over ~agin during recent years, those are thv only definite statements that Ip. pear to lha\o 'ten ? lIde. BtI suiloy Sir, there is some mistake about the matter. Reference to your own files will, I think, conclusively show what a sear(lh into the. Council's records should als:) donmonstrate, v'i,., that public subscripl.tions wore 1mad(1e to words the ohimes, anl when they were first set in motion nothing was Said, I believe, about thdl' hien;sr ( ao l ppro val, In faet, It was relited with pride ihot they were the hrst sot, of their kind that had lbeen instalh'kl in Victoria. 'IThey were put ?lout f on tion bIeenoi it w...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
7, 11r. J, Sm;it~h, St., Aln&'.\w' ('I~i icl of I",mlu Ii' M~iddle Ilriltuitu,.'--I1.A'. 7.I5 and 12. 15; 01 IQ, .A 1nv; ,Rv .L t'jiiuesdit.~NeSe HI let.(1 I1i lhycv ( i. ,l urhiisoi -1, 11,. A'o : ;7, Al II M . 5t. reekl-.- I Mi, I irn Ia I 7, \i hey 7,i~1ti Ale. o is liuuiln 'Siieeil vAtknon- 1, .A hI ,, 1iirii : . Ad"le . I 1,1 (2hAiui' ou , 'f W4,11!iiil. ' I In uI" wiiin )L'. lunr1, IAiv r. (rallen 7,Rv, Mi. NI,1ihvaul. ;lige 7 1, All.'1e.l Niuiiiiii 7.15), Rev, (', ('11)1 y. 1U 1b 11. holity,. Il;iIty, l II1II1(Oh. I, .(. I ,I 7ius, S~~iug~x', I, U, Uos, Ih. I I, Iiuv It.V joswo , '['l'thi l.; 71 , (ly, '\I IoI 'Iriar-[,v IlInlIn -II J.1. b umll.r I 1c\ol,
TRAGICAL PRACTICAL JOKE [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
T1~AGICAL PRACTICAL JOKE 'Ne~v \~oih, ~t Ii I hiiiiibet, *~X Ii tlent It ti~ hi ie~itI1 of ii pl~iOI WaI jOliC (thu IViOl lltii'iV i~iiit., U youth iil .'i t con, no ii tow hnuii I, tutu five tititlioul iii iii1tIiitLuiu~ tutu, Itutuizuu~ tlu much hint Iti'i' cji'I Ifitil tutu tltty' At uuitt no flue litoVciI to ii Iii,;~ijtitI, hut, (hitil ohurt. itt liii diuth wit uuiiut ci itoh uiiuug. iii with ruuuuuu~IuuuiIitu'u, hut tIe iiuhice iuituth Ihtuit'; futli it tauleul otue iii thu hil'iuiuutiii, itoh wuilul Ituivu hillel bun if hit huh hit huiuti Inuvcnted. Ii '*-'*.- -'
SNOWFLAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
Mrs Spender ; "What will you do when you have ino little wilefy to look after your clothes ?"' lHer IIuThand ; " Ilave iolloey to boly newV ones."? lMay : " What's the mailtter dear " Clara; " Mly engagentut with Charlie is bloken." May; " But I thotoghlt you intended to break it?" C'ara " So I did, but the wretch went and bloke it hIimoelI." "1 Ian the football of F.'ate,'' said the lmicrab)le tramp to the crowdI aissembled round the entrance to the lield. And forthwith they took him in and fed and lotheid hin, for they were all aithusiasts of the ,;a le, liIthL' r (giving flinishinlg totches) " What'll you have on your head, sir ??' 'Customer (wvho is getting bald) "A little mur: hair, please.'" " G(eorgic, I am glad to see your aret polite and offier sister the ora;nge., first." ' te"'rm--'raise then she has to be polite, all' talke ith' little, one," l)octor '" I W Ioulti advise yOU to take a ,alk every tnornolg Ibefore: blcakft.' Sappy ' " Iltt, doctor, I.-;h---llevler get IP t...
NOVEL USE FOR X RAYS [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
NOVEL1 USE, 1FOR, )( AYS P'hi n1cll~phiu, I litl Dvecinle. -- An nIr It 1((1 it. I1.11 pblvuI 'vit t n o1thaii Inolr iluinuui intii fity th y ithe 3 0i))cl osed f111ut tfu' r it Vtn~la iii1 i. of Yt thja u)iyr'1t ni of Iiinn boiel het led sign VInii tutu Ilii Itictº for lio ]the i in ti); foriX wich tIuiti! i~l detecti ne.A tho tuttttniitiez1w ti 'Ib, n t itiV tio .ut temaitior the jiwvlate tiy, divehnly tod vemnt wthjr a rtingi of lo rth hl tye tried the guehiltey to~ 'oli, te"u
SOME UNWELCOME CALLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
SOIM1I UN 1,11 ME CALLmiR, First and worst is the caller who wo'i'i go. She stands upl, having finished a long, tuniltereitnllg; anecdote, shakes hands all round and----begins another I You listen as attentively as you can, anid as she olffers to lllake a step or two towards the door, you gently follow up her lmovemeints until you are both in the hall. She comes to a pause, says "I really must go. Oh I have you heard---" Another ancecdote I You manage to open the front door. She shakes hands again, descendcls to the lower step, and then begins to inquire in a solicitous voice after your lclative;s, near and reolote, By this time you are desperate and lump them all together in Sthe enjoytnt of excellent healthh as you shut the dour, aud thank goodness she won't call aillain for a while. Then there is the caller who . come to lind something out,. Youtr bother, or your uncle, or your brother-in law--the one you atre as proud of as: we all are of the relations who get otl atnd do well i...
Poulty Notes. FEEDING FOR EGG-PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
P OI1 NsOtes, l.IFEl:l'.)IN(G I'OR E^GG-(..RODU TION, .l'lnTh i no ono bcht> ration for egg. prolduiition. What lmay bo Lho inout iroiitniablo ration for one breed may not g ivo ihno cio reiult vwillh dilter Snt breed, TL'o hbct ration with n Ilock in very cohl quarterI' will not 1i equally 'Mstit'act.ory for thlio mina biidta keptt i3n a very warm hiouieo. Th'.1 libeit ration for fowlh; liaving plint.y of rangio iv ill not ti no ocesil?fii with Ithoso hucpL in cclined lquartorC. It ii )CeetO;naryi, thiereforo, to situdy inid un. dti:irand thoroughlily theo composi.tioni of 1liot v(r'ioui:i lood, niid Io noto thso i hat, arli oxct.ptioanldly ricli or delicliit, in Itroteaini, rlirho-hlydirates , o hull. Wheiin tli. iis done, i rat ion cnu be fed to fltit. tlhe lt?id; itnd con ditionii of any iptrticulilir loc : hieair in;g iin ind ti i priii o fiti wlhi'h tih foods can e boiughlt, nd i lddinl to lthic' or s ulItraiict.inig froim hlel'i lliosi rich in protein. --lelsh-foiri)niIrs-...
POETRY. THE CHRISTMAS BELLS. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
POTRY, , THE CRllffl'lMAS; iltlhL+S, One ioI're iacriss the liatleswi laudl We hear thoe clash of (Chriuiht au chimone The young anrid old ,temnd hand in hand, Audl diream the plst in liraesnt tjit.,. There is a story in theio hlls That comne in whisipai through the air Of loive to come, their musie tells, They ig!. to othera of despair. ,ast year we flumng the window widl. i'w r ;uch a Chrit maen eve as this; e biade the bolle to greet the brido And consecrato the bridegroomutu'e kis. A little year ! 'T'oo brief, alas! To tave the hilip or still the wave i '1'o-morlow morning we shall paru 'The lowers on hero hualsband' grave I A year' ago !(You cal't forget T1hoe darkMesa of last. (Jhriatmas night, A little rohin, cold antd wet, 1"low dazed amnd htungry to the light. Oure holy wieauthay uwithered still, The glad now year had waarcoly come, We heard a shout acro,0 the hill, Our long-toit brother hadl coine home I " hoel-will anud Peace ' in leafy ieroll, We saw above the chamncel d...
COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sandringham Southern Cross — 18 April 1914
00UKERY. l'a:A SouP.-Pea soup is anl excellent soup, and is so nourislhing that it may be eaten instead of mieat, as peas are both les.h-fIon'ners and heat-givers, and will give nearly as touch strength, as meat, anllld at much less cost. In tredi. cuts :'Iwo penntyworth fresh beef bones, one pmint split peits; one turnip, one carrot, one stick of celery (not a head), ole t;thlespountifuil of powdered dry mint, pepper and sait to taste, fite pints of cold water, and one onion. litreak till 2d, tworth of beef hones into small pieces, wash them in salt and water, put them intoa saUle)panl with live pints ofl cold water, add a talliesponful of brmVown Stugar, brill"g it to thte ulli, sctllll it, ; ll let it gently s?mtnier flt tour hoirs. 'liThet strain the stock into a Iasint, and whten cohl, take off liee the hi st:l the pests all night in a usin of cold water ; this )mkies themt svwell and s;oftcn, so that they will not requite so tmuch cooaking. I'oUo' thu water away flroitt t the ...