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LUCERNE AND SOIL FERTILITY [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
LUCERNE AND SOIL FERTILITY Lucerne adds .to tho fertility and in creases the productiveness of land in several ways. .Tho bacteria which I;iu and multiply in tho tubercles that prow on tho roofs of'the plants take nitrogen isim tho air that posses through tho soil, doubtless using tho nitrogen as a food and changing it in such a. way bv this use, that tho nitrogen becomes available as focd for tho. plants,; or tho death'of the bacteria allows their subs tance to b.e absorbrnl by tho plant.
ENGLISH FARM PRODUCTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
.ENGLISH FARM PRODUCTS. •Part II. of the Agricultural Statistics tor 1912, issued by the British Board of'Agriculture, deals with, tho produce of crops,' hud- brings out tho deficient yieidsof wheat, bats, and-potatoes, ow ing- to the wet season. tablo fi given, showing tho hypothoycol valup of orops., "Wheat is put at*, £10,883 000 as compared with £12,210,000' in 10U; barley, £8,452.000, against £8,014,000 Cats, £9,108,000,. against £9,677,000; potatoes, . £8,908,000, . . against £10,118,000. On tho other hand; cJoveiv etc., hay is given . at £10.257,000, against £9.809,000 y and ojeadou' hay, £29,710,000, against £21,173.000. , Hops nro estimated at £2,259.000," against £3,428,000, tho drop in Urn .^aee being duo to tho dc creaaod prioeV... It is noted as to ma'rlcablo. th^t' tiio market prices, wore flo nearly similar, in threo instances identical, in. tho two seasons, and ex cept Cov. wheat, potatoes and -hops, tho nominal valuo of tho crops of 1912 is said to^coraparo fnvornb/...
THE MAKER OF SABOTS AN IDYLL OF THE FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
THE MAKER OF SABOTS AN IDYLL OF TUB FOREST. (Dy M. P. "Willeocks, in "Daily News and Loader.") I Seen from afar, this Breton beech wood is lust a blue mist on tho horizon. | But within it tho stillness is so deep I that'no twig: enn fall or undergrowth I rustic without bolng noted. With these | pounds comcs the sense of an abiding presence, as of one who moves about his : own house. In summer tho ponds rc I fleet the green world that surrounds them, and across tho long: whlto roads, where the branches almost meet over ! head, blows the woodland smell, damp and fresh with tho breath of air and moss. "Lord of tho Seven Forests" was an ancient title of tho noblesse i when almost all the Breton land was | forest, the temple of strange worships, each spring therein a haunt of goat footed dwarfs. , Now, through tho tunnel of the trees, i there shines this winter day the open | sky and beyond It, more mist of wood 1 land. A silver birch waves its few pule loaves in air. There Is the scent ...
The Corricks. GORDON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4TH. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
The Corricks. Gobdon, Wednesday, March 4th. What should prnvo a musical treat is in store for Gordon residents on March 4th, is the reappearance in Gordon oftbp 0 irriok Entertainer!. The previous visits to these parts and the fact that tbey attracted largo houses, showed that the estimate formed of their abilities as entertaiu era was in no wise over-raked. The Corrioks submit really firKt-olass pro grams, and thoir efforts in ibis direc tion arc considerably increased by tbo support of two spleudid artists, viz., Mr Ja.umP C^Hwell, baritone vocalist, uany, character corns dtan. sMlfis Elflio Corrick, who no w 1 heads* tbia brilliant combination, pos sesses a charming soprano voree of re markable range and compass, and is nightly accorded ovations for her sing* ing. Miss Buby, cornet and mella phono soloist ; MUs Amy, piccolo soloist; Miss Corriek, solo piauist and aocompahiBfeand Mr Leonard Cor riolc; saxaphone and olarionet soloist, *till retwin their placos in the com pany.v Wo ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
A MEUWDBNE 1MIWM OFFICE! writes this Letter. Mr. Charles Rock, of 42 Gladen-st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years has filled an important position In the. Melbourne Tramway and o.B. Company, writes this le**' '" ^ch other officials,ca»j confirm,"to' This Is a Document of special interest to all railway and tramway men. 42-BIaden Street, . " - East" Brunswick, 2/4/12. CUBSWEMT3 TONIC tTD„ "It was the end of Deoomber, 1911, that.I oaugrhtcold and waa laid up with pleurisy, whloh beoame very serious. Tho doctor thought It advisable to aonsult with another physlolan regarding my Illness. For throa days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DEGREES. HY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUGH TAKING THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IH THE LAND OF THE LIVIUC TO-DAY. Ho advls«d my Wife to got CLEMENTS TONIC FOR ME. 'THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' I am.convlnood that when ho eafd, 'Life . In Clementa Tonlo,' they wore THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I am sura that I would have boon In my last resting- ...
Progress Association Formed at Egerton. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Progress Association Formed at Egertoa. A meeting of residents of Kgcrton took pjaco tt tho Mechanics' Institute, i5gertoo,.on Wednesday, for the purpose of discussing the advisability of establishing a local progress Association. Mr G; L. Goudie, one of the convenors of tha meeting attended and sard 'that he' and Mr Williama had convened a 'meeting to consider the matter of forming a progress association at Bgertnn. Almost every little town had one, and from his own-, personal experience be could say that these bodies did. good work. These associations were.useful In drawing councillors attention , to urgent needs, and they had the weight of 5 official representation. A progress associaw / lion made itself useful in pushing the interests 1 of a town. . ,, J > Or H. Evans was voted to the chair, but he t declined the position for obvious reasons. } Mr Goudie was unanimously elected chair* man, and the desirability of forming a pro- ■ gfess association was confirmed on the motion ...
BANANAS AND TOMATOES DIET IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
BANANAS AND TOMATOES DIET IN WINTER. Nc.it street, Long-acre (sayH MTho DallyTelcgriiph" of January 0),ls not an attractive thoroughfare. Narrow, dark ami cheerless, frequently crowded and unlay, such Is this passage connecting VSovent-garilcn with the aristocratic neighborhood of Bloomabury. Yot at times the place is interesting tho.se who like to study many places of .Lon don life. In the little street may he seen, at Union, hundreds of costermon gors, intent on securing supplies of fruit. It Is an anxious, busy throng", each member of the fraternity waiting Impatiently to he. served. Ah a rule it. is in the summer that this rialto is most thickly populated, that being the season when the demand for fruit is greatest. Seldom throughout the winter months are scenes of extraordinary activity witnessed in that obscuro corner, but Hie beginning of iho present week proved to he a notable exception. Early on Monday morning Nenl street was crowded with men whose facial expres sions betok...
BUSY BIEBRICH [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
BUSY BIEBKICH | Bicbrich, where the late Dowager | Queen of Sweden was born In J83G,. and ; where she was married in 1857, is (says "The Westminster Gazette"), a busy little town on tho bank of tho Rhino, close to Wiesbaden, and not far from Mayence. Its. population of about 20,000- finds employment in tho fac tories and foundries whoso chimneys are such a conspicuous featuro of the landscape. The lute Queen was born in tho palace of the Duke.? &lt;X° Nassau, which is situated at the lower end of the town. The building, now owned by the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, was begun in 1G99, and finished about 1749. The park In which it stands boasts a line avenue of chestnut trees, as well as a miniature castle, erected in lt>00 on the spot once occupied by the Imperial Palace of Lewis tho Ger man, who resided here, it Is said, In 87-1. ' • .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
JotoF. Godding! (La^e RYMI, GOULDiNG & CO.,) Wholesale Grain awl Vroduc$ j 1 Crmwisfiiwi Aysnt.s. 1 i Avd Genaval Fro,Vers, % \ 556-552 Co'.lf.ns Street West' (Noav Kr.:g Bfc) J FABMRRSJ linforr MIi.i.: your Grrin, | Kay, rotut.:od, Unif>»v». connu t ci write «s. ■ k w'U pi»y von. GOK*ZGHMKtiTS leo^ivr*! ruin uid daly ox Knil or tVhr.rvcr. I STORAGE ^vvmncd nn Jilrv.ij torioe, and f ADVANCES MADE PROMPT ACCOUNT KALES. New and aocosH Iimid u.i^c for ca'« ni Icvreet vnf«»3. When in Mio OITV" c?\I in—shorl diettxr.o# torn Bponcor Sfroot Uai'wr.y Static?). Messrs cvTnmzT, Moimovv.nnd MUST, Eoltc^ora, Mr.V.avat, havo money to lend upon fvoohold scouritics upoii more fiworablo torms than oat» ho obtefnerf from Vho Saving Hank, 1 When the Bride comes to Sallarat , She should call at our [ Studio, and sit. for her : I Bridal Portrait.. There's 1 [ no del a y.. we ha v e. e very- I j thing in restdiuess--bri- I * dalveil. bouquet,wreath! j buttonholes,-etc ; four-; ! well-appointe...
FACT ABOUT MISTLETOE [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
PACT ABOUT SnSTLETOE A singular thing concerning mistle toe. called attention to by "The Gar den," is that, although it occurs on a wide range of trees and is so very common on the apple, yet it is never found on the pear. Some attempts to grow mistletoes on pear trees were made last year in Messrs .Tames Veitch and Sons* nursery at Langley, and the results were so remarkable that the subject has since been brought before the scientific committee of the Royal Horticultural Society. Mistletoe seed was sown on a number of pear trees, and in many instances germination took place. In no case, however, did the mistletoe get beyond the stage of germination, and no leaves w»re de veloped. The effect upon Oie pear was very noticeable, for the mistletoe, in its attempt to establish itself, killed all the tissue- of the tree-stem just within the bark, completely encirc ling the stem. All growth was killed above the point where the mistletoe had germinated.
The Advertiser —:Established 1877:—PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY EVENING Friday, Feby. 27th., 1914. ...Bush Fire at Egerton... LARGE AREA OF GRASS LAND DEVASTATED. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Hhe 5\tibcvlisci" — tBnlc\l>UHliRtl ltf/7: r II ISII I'.i) KVUKV 1'llllMY hVKNINU Friday, Feby. 27th., 1014. ...Bush Firo at Egerton... LARGE AREA OF GRASS LAND DEVASTATED. One of the largest btish-fires everl experienced in the district broke out last week within a quarter of a mile of the Egertou township. It started in the vicinity of the old Sister Rose mine, where the timber is fairly thick, and travelled in an easterly direction. The fire, which was of a small compass when it broke out, got be yond the efforts of a few residents who assembled, and gaining strength it travelled with remarkable rapidity through Air H. X^e Marshall's grass paddock. Here a large band of fire-figlHers made fire-breaks, and it was with some difficulty that the dwelling and stables were saved. A fresh breeze sprang up, and the fire spread to Mr George Fletcher's property. Here the country is thickly studded with young gums, and the flames reaching these made ^ terriffic rumbling noise, and rose J ...
Who is the "Missing Grazier?" [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
Who is tlio "Missing Grazier?" Some fow works ago tlie Nallarnt pnperspublisdieil a paragraph in re ference ton "missinggrazier" wlio wiir supposed to liuvo been murder ed 19 years ago, nnd who was lately spun (bo 111 (i Hill lit i-ii t papers state) in the solitudes of llio Iiu.sli nt Mt. Dm nn ! Wednesday's "Star" further states:— "Missing gruzinr.—The disap pearance of a grazier lias formally yea's formed tlie subject of invest,i gallons by those wlio hold the es tate in trust, and who have hud private detectives in the locality trying to find the wlierenbouta of the missing man, but up to the present time lliey cannot find any trace of liiin. They intend to put it in the hands of the Police Depart ment, and oiler a reward of £100." And thereby'liaiigs a tale 1 lint why suppress tlie name of the "mis sing man ?" Mr P. Ciirnej has baon elected socrotury and treasurar of tha Eger lon Progress Association. 1 A new story of great interest will be commenced iu "The Advertiser" next we...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
OBITUARY Mr Mirk Puniard, of Woollen Croak, H-ierton, who linn beeu in ill bonll-b lately died on Wednesday in I tils Olunen I)ot.pit• I. Dutoosod, who | liud resided with his father (Mr 1 Haborl Puuiard) and sister at. too for mauy years, was highly es teemed by all who knew biro. He was 36 years of and unmarried. Wo regret to record the death of Miss EUun Wall, eldest daughter of Mr J. G. Wall, of ''Brookside Farm," ~JJ ill brook, which sad event occurred last oight. '1 ho deceased, who was 43 years of age, bad been ailing for ■ome time, but was not confined to hsr bed. She attended Man at Gor don on Sunday, and on the following day iha was nboui as u-aa1. In the ovouiDg i-be t'.ok & bud turn and died as uUt. d. The excessive beat was in 0 gie&t measure »ocouutable for bar death. 'X'li# dtcsuted, who was of an amiable disposition, had enjoyed a vide circle of friends. The funeral takes p ace t i-morrow as adveriised. | frinted and Published by the Pro pnetor, P. F....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
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...The Death Roll... [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
...The Death 11 oil... 1 Death has removed another of the pioneers of the Elaine district in the persou of Mrs Ann Colter Horner, who died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs H. E. Russell, of Elaine. Her husband, who pre deceased her 15 years ago, was the proprietor, in the mining days of Elaine, of the Morning Star Hotel. The deceased leaves a large and re spected family, namely—Messrs Thomas C. and W. A. Horner, of the Victorian Public Service Depart ment; Mrs H. C. Cardell.of Boulder City (\V.A.) ; A. H. Horner, of New Zealand ; Mrs G. Searby, of Hamilton: Mr S. G. Horner, of Ballark ; and Mrs H. E. Russell, of Elaine. The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon, and was largely attended by friends from Ballark, Lai Lai, Mt. Derail, Mor risons and Meredith. The remains were interred in the family grave in the Morrisons Cemetery. Thfe coffiu-bearers were T. C ■ Horner, S. G. Horner (sons), H. E. Russell (son-in-law) and G. Qui'nn. Pall bearers—Cr D. Ferguson, Messrs J. Anderson...
FERTILISERS ON MEADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
FERTILISERS ON MEADOWS. TJio Agricultural Department of tho Swiss Government liuvo just published on interesting report of experiments conduotcd over throo years to test tho oiroct of different fertilisers on meadow land. Tho fertilisers experimented with wero nitrogen, phosphate of lime, and potash, tho fertilisers being tried alone and mixed, Tho conclusion arrived at is that, in order to obtain tho heaviest and' most profitable crops, it is nco:s^ gary to supply fertilisers containing tho. threo principal fertilising substances—> phosphoric aoid, potash, and nitrogen. Tho extra yiold obtained from this sys tem of. manuring* covors tho cost of tho fertilisers and loaves a good profit. Tho effect of tho mannroa is more mark ed on tho first cutting than on; tho seoand cut, .tho averngo increase hav ing boon found to bo from 62 to 100 por cent, on tho former, and 20 to, 40 per cout. on tho second crop, "When old and valuable laco is boing washed it should bo ironed, pattern downwa...
ELAIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gordon, Egerton and Ballan Advertiser — 27 February 1914
E LA 1KB. Witliin a few hours of each other Mrs Elizabeth Sear by, aged 69, relict of the iate George Searby, and Mrs Horner, ail old lady about 70, whose daughter is a Mrs Searby, died oil Saturday morning last. Both of late had been suffering from severe illness, and their dea'.hs were uot altogether unexpected. The respective families consist of seven grown-ups."'' At the'Stirte school the flag was flo'.vn half mastonMonday, out of respect to thelateMrs Searby, whose daughter, Miss Olive Searby, is a (eacher at Elaine School. The remains were taken to Geelong by Monday's train, for burial, but the funeral of Mrs Homer took place locally.