Elephind.com contains 9,455 items from Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
A GIRL BRIGAND. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
A GIRL BRIGAND. There have been women who, dis guised in male attire, have served a? soldiers and sailors, hut a girl brigand is probably unique; in the annals o> feminine enterprise. The home of this female bandit was* Rcumania, and she made no attempl to disguise her sex. She is described as having been a perfoct rider, an excel lent shot, of considerable beauty, and utterly fearless and unscrupulous. She was the leader of a company of brigands whom she accompanied on all their expedition-1!. Houses were at tacked at night, sacked mid pillaged, and the inhabitants murdered if they showed fight. ' Before her career came to an In glorious end, she was credited with eighty-six murders and hundreds ol crimes of violence and theft. A certain lawyer who practised in Brougham's time had a habit of com mencing his cross-examination of a witness with these words: "Now, sir, I am going to put a ques tion to you, and I doii.'t care which way you answer it." This eternal formula annoyed Br...
A NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
NARROW ESCAPE PfiOM DEATH. An unnamed Englishman tells the »>?>'). of himself ami Archibald Forbes :ne great >ar onn^pondont) in the (i rrlble dayt of tlio Paris Comimmo: There wa& a good dial of lighting i 1 he streets at the time, for th«s Ver aailles troops were pnhard upon tlm Communists, unc aiicnicion, in ft street not fur from \,iiore wo wore Bitting, I was rounded up l>v a party of rebels and made to work proctitis a Barricade, when ! I'uiiml ;u:other Kng Uabmaa pressed for tlie same bust ness. It was Forbes. tl.e war corres pondent. We chummed together a&lt; our distasteful work, which we were compelled to do or risk being shot for spies. Presently tlio barricade was attack ed by the Vorsalllists, and the Com munists, after a sharp light, wore driven helter-skelter down the street Forbes and I ran with lliem. Present ly he shouted, "Dive into that wine shop on the left!" I immediately did" so, and Forbes, catching hold of me, pushed me through a ...
CHAPTER XVIII. THE RETREAT FROM THE YACHT. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
CHAPTER XVII[. THE RETRKAT FROM 'i'HK YACHT. The devastating oflcct, of tho plr ato's two shots was correctly gauged by^ Captain Gore on the Instant that i ho.saw them strike, and knowing that the man-of-war's progress was chocked, ho acted .'with his usual promptness and decision. Hastening to the bridge,"bctrang his uboj 1 hard, and shouted a couple of orders. The steam was shut oil, and the ridges of foam fell away from the how, the King of Troj lay gracefully and at ease on the swell.' By this time the man-of-war was lnylng-to, and it was apparent to all that she was out of action and badly crippled. The tumult that then burst from end to end of the cruiser's dock was droudful. Frantic with savage exultation, the horde of pirate ruffians screeched nnd clam oured until they were hoarse. From tho bridge, with n fiendish smite on his face, Captain Gore looked down upon his motlej crew. And to Dick, as he listened to the din and gazed out over./the, water, the moment was a black nnd...
FAILURES ARE WORTH STUDYING. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
FAILURES ARE WORTH STUDYING. Tl have often thought," remarked an old commercial man, "that too much attention Is given to successes and not sufficient to failures. '!I do not mean that wr flight to brood over our failures, r exhibit them for the inspection o' .ihers; but It certainly seems to me liai If a man studies the causes why he or other men have failed in anything they set out to do, many a useful lesson can be learned. "Most successM men are willing to give explanation, of their success in this life. Ff-" if any of them are ever tempted to dwell upon the little slips and blunders that they, like the rert of the world, must have made on the road to success. Yet such a record would be Invaluable to young aspir ant!. "It would not only teach them how to avoid failures, but would console them by showing how others failed before them, for the career of success ful men has seldom been an unbroken succession ot triumphs."
(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. Story of a Strange and Exoiting Adventure. PART 7. CHAPTER XVII. THE BATTLE OF THE TITANS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
(All Rights Rooorred.) T H E Secret Island. Story of a Strange Exoiting Adventure. j By W. Murray Qroydon, Author o( 'Matthew Quln," "Tho Gurso of the Onrdews," otc., etc. PART 7. OHAP.TKR XVII. THIS BATTLE OF THE TITANS, The excitement on tho cruiser was now intense. Men clamoured and rnrjHvl, and Captain Gore, looking from Hie bridge through his classes, uttered a frightful oath. Tlion, nil at once, the tumult tailed and there wnr, ,i brief moment of awed silcncc. Kor the mystery hud hern revealed. The banks of mist, rolling wider apart, disclosed u groat white steamer a ? luartcr of it' mile beyond the \acbt, and hut a short distance nstcrn of her. The strange alliJ> bristled with a wealth of armament, imd men were crowded on her dock. And by more Minn one sign who was promptly re cognised as an American man-of-war. The discovery, of course, was mu tual. The yacht bore on rapidly, and loft mi open stretch of sen, half it mile wide, between the two big crui sers. Thoy were now ...
A QUESTION IN MEDICAL ETIQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
A QUESTION IN MEDICAL ETIQUETTE. How far a Imowledge ot a patient's actual condition should be communica ted to him by his medical attendant is one of many questions of medical eti quette dealt with by Doctor James in an address delivered at the Meath Hospital and County Dnblin Infirm ary. "In many instances," said Doctor Craig, "it is right to take a patient entirely into your confidence. In some cases, however, It would be most in jurious for his future well-being that his actual physical condition should be explained to him; but this much I can say-that where a practitioner has no doubt in his own mind as to the serious nature of an illneBs he should be perfectly candid with the friends ot the patient, and thereby obviate any reflections that might possibly be cast upon him at a later period."
THE FARM. MANURING MANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
THE FARM. + MANURING MANUBI.S. Experiments were conducted by Mr. John Porter. B.»Sc., at six .centres in Herefordshire on the* manurin: of mangels. All the dressings used gave a profit when the increase in tlie crop was valued at 12/ per ton. The ef fects of the manures were striking in many instances, and in certain cases more than doubled th« hulk of the crop. It was found amongst other things that nitrate of soda used as ti top-dressing at rato of lewt. per acre* immediately after singling time 'V *7- .~"*r""«t,ior,rnnse of 4 tons HJcwt. per acre. Still, a seconu top-dressing of lewt. nitrate of soda about three weeks after singling time further increased the average yield by 22£cwt. per acre. Xitratc of lime used as a top-dres sing at the rate of lewt. per acre has given an average increase of 31 lewt. per acre of mangels. Superphosphate (4cwt. per acre) in a complete mixture has civen better results than 6cwt. per acre of basic slag, so far as the weight of the manpeln is conce...
Of Another Kind. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
Of Another Kind. A Durham collier, being no scholar himself, took a huge delight in show ing off the marvellous learning of his boy. "Hera, noo," Bald the fond father to a friend one day; "just listen t' oor Tommy, an' yoo'll soon foind oot wha'. a wonderful skoller he is. Noo, Tom my," he proceeded, "just tell us what gendor is tha feyther." "Masculine," replied the scholarly Tommy. "Didst tha hear that?" exclaimed the proud parent. "Isn't it wunder ful? And what gendor is tha muthor?" "Feminine," continued Tommy. "Noo, my mon, hear that agen," al most shouted the ecstatic father. ".An' noo. Tommy," he proceeded, picking up a metal teapot which lay 011 tlio table, "what gendor is this pot?" "Neuter," responded the lad. "Newtor," didst tha say?" cried the father. "Well, well," he continued, turning apologetically to his visitor, "that's the very fust tohne aa ivt-r knaad oor Tommy maak a mistaak; an* still he isn't sa very far wrani; -.he's only said 'newtor' Instead o' 'pGWtor'; th...
CHAPTER XIX. THE MATE OF THE BOADICEA. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
CHAPTER XIX. Til K .MATK OF THE BOADICKA. It was n big drop from the bul I wark of the King of Troy, and Dick | went far under when he struck. There | was a buzzing in his ears, find a flash of pale light before his eyes. Hut he was a good_ swimmer, nnd he held his breath while be made ener getic use of hauds and feet. He came quickly to ' the surface, filled; his lungs, and looked eagerly round. The sej -wus still boiling and heaving I from the efiects of the explosion, and he was down in a trough of the j waves. The next instant he was flung ! up on > a curl of foam, and he saw : Lucille Montojo's head and' trailing ' Mn'-k .hn.fr within a' few feet: oft him. j By faut. and hard atrokosrDick cleRV ed a way through the billows. He reached tha girl and slipped one arm round her. She struggled in his grasp and tried to turn nnd clutch film with her hands. This increased the danger ot the situation tenfold, mid Dick nearly lost hope. "Keep cool ! Don't take hold of tne " he cried. ...
" Sentenced for Life " [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
" Sentenced for Life " The above is the name of the piece to be pMiJuceJ by George AMmae Dramatic Coy on April 11th, at Wwl derburu. " Seutenced for Life" is a drama dealing witli life in the convict prisons, and shows how an innocent man may become tainted by his sur roundings, The pluy contains strong moral lessons. The tense situations of the piece are toned d.nvn by a flow of good, clean comedy, sparkling and pretty love passages; in short, it is a drama which will appeal to both sexes in evoiy i:Ihrs of lifo The company interpreting tho play is a very siron;; one, each artist being specially selected for his or her ability to portray the charactor he or Bhe impersonates.
Woosang Easter Sports. FOOTRACING AND CYCLING HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
Woosang Easter Sports. FOOTRACING AND CYCLING HANDICAPS. The annual sports will be held on Easier Monday, whon patrons ore assurod ot an excolloal) day's sport. Tho entries for the toot and cyle races are large, and as horae events at Woo sang always command large Gelds, interesting racing may be expected. Important improvements to the ground havo been effected, and all arrange ments made for the comfort of visitors. A luzaar and refreshment toon will be conducted by the ladies. In the evening a ball will bo held. Following are the handicaps for tho foot and cyelo events, as allotted by the handicapper, Mr R Stonehouse : Sheffield Handicap-E Jenkins, 11 yards; J Deverall, G Burton, 12 ; C Burke, C II Gray, Joe Stuart, E R Troinpf, A E Holmes, 13; G Hayes, F Leech, 1-1; W Lemon, 15 ; A Robert son, 0. Robinson, J Wickham, A McCsllum, 16; J Walker, 17 ; F Ellis. .1 Hedger, H Tucker, 18 ; T Ryan, A Procter, 20. J Thompson*** handicap not to hand. 220 Yards Handicap-F Jenkins, 0 Burton, ...
Federal Issues. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
Federal Issues. COMMONWEALTH AND STATES. The deliberations of tho Stato Ministers gathered a(j Parliament; House stress the remark made by Sir Arthur Stanley, in opening the Con ference, thab, whilst to utter high sounding political generalisations ia easy, to den) in a statesmanlike way with detail is difficult. All thought ful people agree thab Australia should bo peopled by settlers of tho ri«ht class, that the State debts might he so handled ns to greatly reduco thn sum paid in interest, that a uniform ijamio would simplify effootive defence, that there should bo no waste of mon&lt;"y through competition between the two sets of SavinRS Banks, both owned hy (ho taxpayer. But the moment anyoiio of the issues mentioned is tackled in business like fashion, a number of divergent! views are warmly chain j pioned. At every turn State Ministers and Commonwealth Ministers who are in consultation with them, find theui aelvea face to face with the Gnancial issue. Taking tho lasb fi...
CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
CLEARING SALE. Spencer, VaiDB and Co report :-Wo conducted an extensive clearing sale at Korong Yule on the 7th inst, on account of Mr Qeo Jura03 There was a large attendance present, and as the 6rm had recently sold Mr James' pro perty, and tho machinery being in (&lt;ood order, every thing submitted met with genuine and bpirited competition, and wus sold at very satisfactory prices. Some of the principal lots Bold realised -harvester, L7G 10s; drill, L20; wag gon, 1.22; disc, L6 ; horsea, L26 10s, L21, IJ8 15s, Ij20; merino owes, 10s 9 J and 1 1b 3d.
THE OSTRICH. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
THE OSTRICH. Some Interesting ' nolos by Frofes 3or Duenlon in the report of tlio SouLll African Association for the Advance ment ot Science allude to a cnrlout »abit of the ostrich, which nv.iy have given rise to tlio belief that it tries tn hide Itself by burying its head In the sand. J'ho young' chicks, it appears, when alarmed, lie down flat on the ground with the neck stretched out. !n this position they harmonise with their surroundings, ami are not easily seen. If taken up they are found, ti bo limp and helpless, nnd do not re cover for some timo. This is conpirier ed to be a case of "death-felgnlng" foi protective purposes. The adult bird, however, being swift of foot, usua'lj seeks safety in flight, although at times, if suddenly alarmed'-as b>; the appearance of a man from the top oi a'kopje or from behind an ant-hill-it will collapse and fall to the ground with outstretched neck. This, tlio au llior thinks, is a retention of the "death-feigulng" instinct cf t!:a chick,...
NATIVES OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
NATIVES ->F AUSTRALIA. The following is a tale that used to be told In the early days: - When quite a pill, old Mrs. McCar thy's daughter took an opportunity and emigrated to Australia. Years passed by, but although in licr. let ters Matilda never referred to >he probability or her return to the land which gave her birth, still liio old lady cherished the idea, that she wo\.l&lt;! some day co~io back. This belief received a somewhat rude - shock when, a few weeks aso, Matilda announced iu her lc-tier that she was about to be married to a native of hei adopted country. It was a great disap pointment, for, in Mrs. McCarthy's opinion, the only men worthy of seri ous consideration were her own coun trymen, and to help to dull the l:een edge of her grief, £!je old lady accom panied one of her sons to a fair which was being held in the neighborhood. It so happened that a wild-beast show was one of the principal attractions, and she was vastly interested in the occupants of t...
THE WATCH'S BALANCE WHEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
THE WATCH'S BALANCE WHEEL. The watch Is n memorial monument to the lnnenitity of all tho men known and unknown who have labored, here a iittl&lt;s..aud Micro a little, that we might liavo this precious gift. .Mori' to 1)0 honored are they than soUUorp and statesmen. Wo 'cannot tinder stand their thoughts. It i3 enot'jrh for lis to know that (lie crownliif,- .'rl&lt;>ry was tho invention of the balance-whorl of lii'.'W.s and .s;c;>l that, swings with tho hair-spring-that dclicate ribbon of steel half as thick as tho iino!;t hu man hair, ami turns In ecu; a I time throiig::i an arc of two hundred and seventy degrees and an arc of only four or five degrees. The Invent ion of. it was v.-eil worth tho . reward o( £20,000 paid by- the British Govern ment to John Harrison in 3707 for aii Instrument that should determine a ship's longitude within thirty miles. .What Its latitude Is may be learned by looking In a sextant at mid-day, bring ing the sun . to the horizon, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
DEPARTMENT OP- PUBLIC WORKS. TKNDKKS will bo rocoivod until Twelve o'clock on Thursday, 23rd April, 1914, for Remodelling School, Additions to . Residence, Stito School 1824, Koiung. Dep s5t, t*5. Security, 5 per cent. Particulars and conditions may bo learnt at Public Works ofiice, an I at the Police Station, Korong Valo. The lowost or any tender nob necessarily accepted F. HAvUSLTHORK, Commissioner of Public Works, WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS 8pells Perfection In Liquor. It is a Popular Tonlo. Woosang Sports. A GRAND SPORTS CARNIVAL In aid 01 tho Inglewood and Wycheproof Hos iltftls And Woosang Public Hall and Recrea Ion Reserve Funds, will bo held on tho Recreation Reserve, Woosang, on EASTER MONDAY (April 13, 1914) Consisting of Horse Races, Foot Races, Bicycle Races, Etc, Etc. Prcsi-ient-M Donaldson, Esq Vice-President-H McGurk, Esq Judges-Messrs J Bourke, W Gould, J R.Donald* sou and P McGurk Handieapper->fr It Stonehouse Under the patronage of Senator McColI, Hans Irvine, MHR, Hou T ...
VALUE OF PRAIRIE GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
VALUE OF PRAIRIE GRASS. It is surprising that more ittention is not given by farmers to the cultiva tion of prairie grass. It grows well over b wide raDge of Boils aud climate, and is especially valuable because of its robust growth in winter, when other grasses, both natural and im ported, are dormant. All classes cf stock are fond of it. Indeed, that is the chief reason why this grasB, in finitely supfrior to some of the much boomed receut importations, is so much neglected. In all ordinary pasture, where the 6tock range all the year, prairie grass id soon eaten out. Stock are 60 fond of it that they keep it) nib bled close to the ground, and under this treatment in soon succumbs. The right way to manage prairie glass is to sow it by itself in small paddocks, when it haB made good growth, turn sufficient stock in to eat it down rapidly, then turn them out and close up the fielJ until growth has been renewed. AB all farmers know, unices there are early and abundant rains, autumn an...
MANAGEMENT AND BREEDING OF HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 10 April 1914
SIGNAGE MENT AND BREED ING OF HORSES. [11 One of the latest publications of the f Orange Judd Oompauy is the manage I ment and breeding of horses, by EL W ( Harper, professor of animol husbandry p in Cornell University. A copy of f this work has been sent to " Gleaner " for review. It is eminently practical and deals with every phase of horse breeding. Each breed is discussed in separate chapters. Mule breeding and the several breeds of Jacks employed in connection with it are discussed at length. In passing, it may be stated that not nea-ly as much attention is given to mule breeding in Australia as it deserves. According to the stat istics given in Professor Harper's book, there are nearly six million mules in the United States, and less than 500 in Australia. The author states that the average price of mules is greater than the average price of horses in the United States. I lThe care of mare and foal and prac I tical methods of handling and training young horses are fully dealt ...