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INTENSE CULTURE A LA BELGIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

INTENSE CULTURE A LA BEL GIUM. It is very interesting to learn of tlie magnificent spirit of the Belgian ro fugees in England who have decided, out of gratitude to 'England, to reveal tho system and methods adopted in Bel gium to grow as many as five crops a year. The idea has been suggested by j the Queen of Belgium, and experts are j being permitted to show the Britishers how to do the work. The experiment is ! not a costly one, and it will provide the j wonderful little Belgian people with j employment until thcv can return to j their own country. Xaturally enough, j the Belgian authorities are not anxious to establish their people, or in such a. way, as to prevent their return. This then gives them tho opportunity for a successful entorprpise that will not rob England, or prevent a return at any j time when tho war is ovor. The Bel gian Government has approved of the scheme, and some of the most influen tial people of England arc acting as a committee, or what is termed a non pr...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AFFORESTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

AFFORESTATION. Tlie perennial subject of forestry is aver with us, and demands our atten- | tion. Several of our prominent unci | vigorous societies are pushing the mat- j ter with some show of earnestness, and"! the occasion warrants the push. Yet it i seems strange that such an important I industry as timber growing should have j been so long neglected. True, there is j not a quick return for the labor ox- j pended in planting timber trees; but | he is only a one-eyed man, who, having I the land exactly suitable, and probably ! lit for littlo elso, has no ambition to j provide a first-rate harvest for those I who are to come after him. Commer cially, as we have already pointed out, we are losing many thousands of pounds annually by not growing our '? own wattle bark. Africa bids fair to outdo Australia, and is already sue. j ceeding in this respect. Wattles grow i in a very few years to a stage when I they can bo stripped, and a succession of planting will ensure a continuous harv...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOME CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

I HOME CO-OPERATION. I J essio Wkitsitt. iii one lovely and simple farm Louse in southern Missouri I have found how tho mother grasped the first great prin ciple of home-building-the principle of the co-operative spirit. This success ful home-maker is the mother of five strapping children, all healthy, happy ?souls, dovotod to each other and their parents and home. The mother's face bears 110 trace of worry, and no one hears her complain she is overworked, though her income is limited, and it is necessary for her to do all her own work. The woman on the adjoining farm said to her one morning, when she came over to borrow a pattern: "I do not see how you do it; hero I am tired out all the time, nervous, irritable, and eareworu at ,'iO; and I keep a girl to assist with the work, and hire a sowing woman at least four weeks of every year. How you manage to do ail your work, all your sewing, and -still keep your youthful appearance and the cour age to smile puzzles me. How do you manage?...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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THE MAN WHO THOUGHT FARMING WAS EASY. BEING A FABLE FOUNDED ON FACT AND CONTAINING A GOOD DEAL OF TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

THE MAN WHO THOUGHT FARM ING WAS EASY. BEING A FABLE FOUNDED ON ! PACT AND CONTAINING A I GOOD DEAL OF TRUTH. i By Joseph W. Fox. .Once upon a time there was a man who liad made a lot of money in the hotel business, but he was afflicted with that curious mental disorder pre valent among men-and to a smaller extent among women-which : consists of believing that the grass in another's pasture is taller, sweeter, and more easily obtained than in your own. This man remembered the transients who had stung him, the waiters, with their grievances; the chambermaids, with their sundry complaints; he thought of the cook, always on the de fence; tho bell boy, always with a tailor-made excuse; the night clerk and elevator boy, always desiring a raise, and his wife, always wanting change, or theatre tickets, or now furs, or a new gown, etc. HE ENVIES THE FARMER'S EASY' MONEY. Ho thought of the farmer's merrily cackling hen, which laid *200 eggs a year and wore seld to hotelkeepers for 1/10% per ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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GERMAN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

GERMAN TRADE. I . ? The extent of the German and Au> tro-Hungarian competition in the world's market for paper, pasteboard, and cardboard is dealt with in the 90th pamphlet issued by the British Board of Trade to assist British manufac turers in securing a portion or the tvade hitherto enjoyed by the enemy countries'. The pamphlet shows tha t the exports for the latest year avail able ivore from Germany, £5,272,300 from Austria-Hungary, £1,054,860; and from the United Kingdom, £2,758,700; while tho value of the total trade in paper and cardboard in the United Kingdom and the colonial and neutral markets, -which might be diverted to British manufacturers is £4,379,905. Numerous extracts- from Consular re ports axe given relating to the extent and variety of the requirements of the different countries. "My word, Jacob," said Steinberg, "that is a beautiful diamond you have iu your pin. How much did it cost?" "I paid one thousand pounds," replied Jacob. "One thousand pounds! Goofc g...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VALUE OF GREEN MANURING. KEEPING THE LAND IN HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

VALUE OF GREEN MANURING. KEEPING "THE LAND IN HEART. Whether iu the production of fod der or the raising of grain crops, tho value of greon manuring should not be ignored. Amongst the most effective methods of increasing tho fertility of the soil is greon manuring-that is, the ploughing under of a greon crop. The beneficial action is twofold. It en riches the soil, in the first place, by supplying it with a considerable pro portion ol' readily available plant food; and, in the second place, by adding humus, it improves the soil's texture and its power of absorbing and retain ing moisture. By groen manuring the surface soil becomes enriched by the nourishing materials which the crop during the period of its growth has drawn from the air and from the lower portions of the sub-soil, and this mate rial is now placed within the reach of the growing plants. During the growth of the green crop the soil, iu addition, has been stirred up and disintegrated by the develop ment of the roots. Wh...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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POULTRY NOTES. INTRODUCTION OF PURE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

POULTRY NOTES. INTRODUCTION OF PURE BLOOD. It is a mistake to put newly-pur chased- birds immediately on their ar rival with other stock; Keep the nowly-purchased birds by themselves for a day or so to see if any contagious disease breaks out. Birds displaying unnatural breathing may be considered as affected with some ailment. Examine carefully the inside of the bird's mouth, also eyes and nostrils for signs of roup. The mouth of a healthy bird should be clean and wholesome: The breath of a healthy bird should not smell in tho least degree. The- excreta of all purchased birds should be noticed. , If exceedingly white suspect kidney disease; if greenish or yellowish then liver disease-minor and advanced re spectively. Tho comb, too, denotes the health of a bird. AVlien it is white or dark some thing is up. Though there must be some care taken in introducing fresh blood, yet it has to be done to keep up the vigor of the stock; but the flow of new blood for that purpose must bo introd...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COLLATED PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

COLLATED PARS. Projecting engines wore first inven ted by the Greeks. Tlio sun gives 600,000 times tlie light that a full moon does. Silk is so cheap in Madagascar that the poorest persona wear clothing made of it. . Eagles fly at a height of 9000 ieet, crows up to 4500 ieet. The lark rises 3000 feet. Tho pomp and magnificence of the court of Spain is probably unequalled in Europe and tho amount expended on the Iloyal household is very large for so impoverished a country as Spam. Precedence is a veritable idol among the Don# of Spain, and he wTio treads unwarily among tho complications of Spanish etiquette is likely to stumble upon a hidden volcano of jealousy, pre judice and suspicion. Professor llendel Harris in a recent loeturo at the Plymouth (England) In stitution, selected "The place of tho Woodpecker in Early iteligions" as a subject. He stated that the wood pecker was regarded as a sacred bird by certain sects in Crete, Italy and Finland, and that even in the British Isles, ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Shire of Phillip Island and Woolamai. MONDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

Shire of Phillip Island and Woolamai. MONDAY, MAKOH 29. Present: Crs Mcllwraith (president), McFee, Bowman, McGrath, Walker, Nowlan, Steenholdc, Ilado, Lloyd, uaiy and Hollins. CORRESPONDENCE, Post office department, agreeing to connect the Health Officer's telephone at Dalyston with the trunk line between the hours of 6 p m. and, 9 a m. and on holidays, subject to usual con dition.-Dr. Baird, Dalyston, agreed to the conditions and the desired facilities will be provided. Mornington Shire, re forming a central council to deal with war funds. -No action. Lands department, re closing of road through McLaren's and Bridges'. -Council have no objection to closing the road, provided access is given to Mr J. Thompson's land. Treasury, forwarding £1100 subsidy and £142 licensing equivalent. Victorian Railways, stating that monthly credit account for Shire was open at Wonthaggi railway station. Public Works dtpartment, stating that supplies of 42 x 17 x 1£ inch. A grade wire netting is now a...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Junior Technical School. SHIRE OF PHILLIP ISLAND SUPPORT. MOTION TO GIVE £100 LOST BY ONE VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

Junior Technical School. SHIRE OF PHILLIP ISLAND SUPPORT. MOTION TO GIVE £100 LOST BY - ONE VOTE. No time is being, lost in the pushing on with the agitation to secure a tech nical school at Wonthaggi. On Mon day Cr M. J. McMahon (Mayor) and Mr H. H. Strickland (Town Clerk) of Wonthaggi' paid a visit to the council "meeting of the Phillip Island shire at Kilcunda in furtherance of the object. The Preside.it of the Shire) Cr Mcllwraith, introduced the deputation. Cr McMahon referred to the necessity of technical education and stated that the Wonthaggi Borough Council would contribute £20D. Portions of the Shire of Phillip Island would benefit and they would be plea3ed to have the assistance of the councillors. Mr H. H. Strickland said that the cost of the school would be £5000. The Government would fiad £4000 if the people found £1000, and tfce Gov ernment would maintain the school. A deputation would be waiting on the Minister shortly. Cr Mcllwraith (President) said he was very much...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

Business Ad vertlsements. ]D m ...FOR. .AT... UdJ. "fr^ i \v o Look' out for Bargains after the 1st January. .Several . Lines to clear at Great, Redoqtioos0:. New bargains every day- for the Next 3 Weeks. WATCH THE PRICES . In Windows and Doors. Balance of Toys , and Fancy .Goods at HALF PRICE. "Bar= gains in Remnants of all kinds. Great Clearance of Dress- Materials,'&c., &c., (Commonwealtb MfoBank of BustraUa HEAD OFFICE "SYDNEY VMi Bank It open for *11 classes of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOUUNS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville, and London, "Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit ijsued to any pare of the world. Bill) negotiated or forwarded for collectij i. Banian? and Exchange Husincss of every description transacted within-thi Common wealth, United Kli.^dom and abroad. Current acco...

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Glen Forbes Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 2 April 1915

Qleu Pqrbes Sports, The annual sports took place on Friday last, under fine weather conditions, but owing to a variety of causes, dua, no doubt, to the seiious position of affair in regard to the droght and war, the attendance was not as great as on previous occasions. Messrs Miller (President), H. Shackle ford, jnr. (Secretary), P. McGrath, T, Caldwell, II, Campbell, (Judges) and starter, Mr. J. Charlton, together with others, worked assiduously to secure the success o£ the days outing. The refreshment booth was in charge of Mrs Shackleford and Mrs Khox, assisted by several other ladies. Mr. J. Young of Grantville was the successful tenderer for the publicans booth. The results of the races are as follows: Maiden Plate.-S. Enimersonl, B Bothwell. Sheffield handicap.-$". Crozier 15. yds 1, B. Eden 14 yds 2, B. Bath well }5. yds Si Flag Race (gents).-A. Shackleford Bending Race.-R. Oakley 1. Single Ladies Race.-Miss Katie Rogers 1. Stepping the Chain.-J. Nowlan. Kicking'Football.-T. ...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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THE USE OF ALUMINIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 9 April 1915

THE USE OF ALUMINIUM, Mi-. ? H. N. .Munro recently gave .-to : tlie - Junior Institution of Engineers j;Somo" interesting notes on the important ufiubje.ot of aluminium. lie said the | comiiiercial possibilities of- aluminium ..were'.-founded.'in: 1887, when Hail, ;in . 'America, and. Heroult, ,in France, pro duced the- metal by .electrical means. Previous to that date, however, 'inves tigat-ioii had; proved ihat; the..' metal could lie 'easily produced, ^b'ut'njetliods y^ore ,too costly for.. ordinary 'commer cial -.productions.- As:; illustrating the rapid development 'of. the production of aluminium, the,-,price per ton in 1889 was £3,256, iu 1891 it was £S12; and it has materially, decreased until now tho price. is in the neighbourhood of £80 per. ton. . Aluminium being, one of tho lightest of-metals, weighing 160.1671b. per .cubic footj it is greatly in demand where light weight is of importance. It is very malleable and ductile, does not tarnish or rust, and is not affected by...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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THE SLAV AND THE BRITON. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 9 April 1915

THE SLAV -AWD THE -BRITON. i Sir. H. G. '.Wells,"the novelist, who lias recently returned' from a brief so journ in Russia] was much. impressed by the fact that there is much physical resemblance between Englishmen .and Russians. .... . ''So-fj-r as thq,; looks of -things go," he is reported, tarhave said,- "the like ' rie^s surprises me. . Russians 'certainly, lo'ok more like.Englishment than any other people I hays;, been among. They not only look like Englishmen, but they move like Englishmen; they hold!theii; hands and arms and sit in chairs like Englishmen, and their disposition in ; costume is English. ' "And the Russian .women are Eng lish,' too, with a kind of natural fresh ness and 'an inattention to/.'smartness; that contrast vividly ..with the French or*Americau women. They are far more English than "the Americans in style, carriage, and intonation. You can tell whether people talking in the nest room I are English or American, but not whs | ther they are English or Riiss...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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HOW TO ESCAPE PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 9 April 1915

HOW TO ESCAPE PNEUMONIA. Wc cannot liope to escape having -the germs of pneumonia enter our bodies, because they are ubiquitous, being the ' (lust of the air 'we breathe, those who expectorate having placed them there. We can, however, lead the hygienic life, and in that ivay acquire and store up strength to resist the infection. Eight living pays, large dividends. Be tem perate in drink and food, sleep not less than, eight hours in an extra well-ven tilated bedroom, but don't ride inside -tramcars or steam cars when the air is foul. -Ride- outside an omnibus, walk, or don 't go, if' you cannot otherwise avoid breathing nasty air, which has already been" down into the lungs of sometimes diseased-other people. There are several ways by which one can lower his resistance so that he may have pneumonia," but the prinicpal me thod is to breathe foul air. The fol lowing recipes will bring the disease -for you whenever you want it:-Drink freely of stimulants,' iinany cups lof coffee and of...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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DIED OF HIS RICHES. FATAL GOLD BULLET. THE PACE THAT KILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 9 April 1915

DIED OF HIS RICHES. FATAL .' GOLD. . BULLET. THE PACE'':.THAT :KILLS. ;'T;&at ;£hc Germans Cannot. keep going v'otfy m£ieh 1 anger is"t;he opinion of a French abflicer -gvidj-'fias: taken part in all the fighting"; since . t}ie war opened. To--a -Standard-" correspondent, he ;sai$:^'-''The 'po(?itiftiiJ. is-inowadays a trench,qiiue-..cases out .of- ten,'_,and viftUst ^ener^JJy be at fight.:.5?hia 'does not always.jmckS in , .thenar k.., .At. .'- .three villages igOt' alight,; and. ail;the -.tfya&hes a«(l hayridks 'ablaze cajffc >a 'red arid smoky; light. . Add to this seV-'. erat-'searchlights,': showers. of -illuminat ing'.'bombs, and' i.the' Germans Svith 'flares' lixod- to their bayonets-which krere more'.flseful'^to .us. than- to them. You cannot'-form an'idea of what, an extraordinary scene it all made-a re gular inferno"' of Dante spread .over two or three miles. The fighting went on all night in this tkoatrical stage set ting. At om'-hospital there was a ma...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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MARINE TURBINE CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 9 April 1915

MARINE TURBINE CONSTRUC TION. ~ Up to tlie present time the fatal horse-power ? of marine turbines of the Parsons type completed and under con struction in the works of the company and of its lessees, as well as in the works of the Continental companies, ptc., amounts to about 3i!_,o(i0,000 horse powe'fr-^njncrease during the past year of about *3,760,000 horse-power. Of. this' total about-10,500,000 'horse-power is employed for the* propulsion of war ships, and over 1.S50,00(j~'horse-power io in vessels of the mercantiTs^arine an3 in yachts. ]

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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DECAYED TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 9 April 1915

DECAYED TEETH. Just-vhat effect upon the ' stomach is produced 'by the constant swallowing of bacteria and pus from diseased teeth mingled with decomposing particles of .food,iVo-are-unablc to -determine, but it is reasonable to-suppose that gastric disturbances are greatly aggravated, if hot induced, by so doing. In every community there are those'who_arc en thusiasts on tjic-subject of pure air arid .wholesome, food, .but whose mouths are in such a neglected condition that, the air which passes through them is al most as polluted as that of a crowded tenement,- and every-mouthful of food swallowed carries with it into the sto mach millions of bacteria... The almost entire- futility of sterilising articles,X>f diet for patients in lyhose mouths ab 'seesses exist, or whose teetli aro cover-, ed with tartar mixed with mucus and food in a state of decomposition, need hardly bo mentioned.

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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The Expeditionary Forces. PRESENTATION TO NORTH WONTHAGGI VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 9 April 1915

The Expeditionary Forces. PRESENTATION TO NORTH WONTHAGGI VOLUNTEERS. As most of the members of the Expeditionary forces in camp had. leave over the Easter holidays, it was decided to take advantage of the occasion and present the North Wonthaggi boys with wristlet watches on Easter Monday night. Arrangements were made by Mr. H. Bonwick, secretary of the Shire of Phillip Island and Woolamai, with the Bazaar committee for this purpose and there was a good attendance present. Speeches complimenting the lads in their patriotism were made by Cr. Alex Hill, Or. Lloyd, Mr W. E. Brunt and Dr. Baird. The presentation was arranged under the auspices of the Roll of Honor Fund inaugurated by the Shire of Phillip Island and Woola mai and Cr. Lloyd presented wristlet watches" to Messrs. A.-Jor dan, J. Smith, R. Sheddon, J. Sheddon, A. Moore, Hollway and R. Graham. Altogether, 36 volun teers have come from North Won thaggi, some of whom are now in Egypt. Private Hollway responded on behalf of him...

Publication Title: Powlett Express And Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser
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APPLES AND THEIR USES. [Newspaper Article] — Powlett Express and Victorian State Coalfields Advertiser — 9 April 1915

APPLES AND THEIR USES. Apples and Pineapple Jolly:. Wipe the apples with a damp towel. ; Gut them into quarters, and put- them'.'in 2 preserving-pan. Cut the rough, peel olE >hree or four very small, very ripe pine apples, and with two forks break thonv into'.small'pieces and add to the apples/ Jvpw add enough water to cover'- the fruit-well, and boil until the apples are quite eleai? Vljhe' fruit must, ion h'qL.ad3 count be 'stewed rpiv turned 'i^fo a;pulp. When the-iruit isready fdr.- straiiriig pla'tyS the^jaau.in a. slanting jgositioji^ j>o '.th»!Kthe ..juice can be easily.;'; removed, ....and'jstraiiie'd through a clean, It'hiu toKrei .or line; white calico bag, into a china ; basin. ' Much cafe is required to keep the pulp from mixing with the"syrup, or the jelly will become . quite muddy. When all the juice is-strained-from the; . fruit, measure it into tho pan, and al low one pound of sugar to every pint' of juice. Put it on the range or stove, and stir till the sugar ...

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