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POTASH AND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 February 1914
POTASH AND CROPS. One of the most: striking effects of potash manures is the. remarkable way in which they promote the growth of clovers and other leguminous plants. Thus when potash is applied to a field of., mixed. herbage, it encourages the growth of the clovers to such an ex tent that the general. aspoot of the vegetation is entirely changed. It also encourages the growth of the finer and more nutritious grasses, A fur ther effect of. potash is that it renders the .plant more resistant to the attacks of fungoid parasites, well seen in. the case of rust on wheat, leaf-spot fun Igus on. mangolds, and even- in some cases '"inger and. toe" in tuirnips. Potash is the dominant manurial in gredient for potatoes, where it not only improves the quality, but giv.s a high .er: yield)- which. contains a larget pro portio of.. m rketable size .potates.:.
A NEW JERSEY CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 February 1914
A NEW JERSEY CHAMPION. "What is the highest record we can = expect a dairy cow. to make?" is a. query that has often been made. As it was with the trotting horse, 20 or 30. years ago, when animals began to ap pear that could trot a mile in less than three minutes, for instance, Maude S., makilg a record of 2.10, many thought. that the speed limit of the horse had been reached, and so it was with the dairy cow. 'When Yeksa Sunbeam, a Guernsey, made her phenomenal re cord of 857 pounds of fat in one year, it was doubted by many who had not studied thd breeding of dairy cows closely that her record would soarcely be equalled, if ever excelled. Not long after this. Colantha 4th's Johanna, a Holstein, made 998 pounds of fat, excel ling Yeksa Sunbeam's record by 141 pounds of fat. Here the world's re cord remained for several years, but it was finally displaced by Banostine Belle De Kol, who made in one year 1058.34 pounds of fat. SJacobba Irene, with a yearly record of 954 lbs of fat hel...
FOR THE FARMER'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 February 1914
FOR THE FARMER'S WIFE. Folding -Skirts for Travelling.-Fas ten the waistband and pin the middle of the back to the centre of the front. `Then lay the skirt' out flat on the table, and, owith two pieces of tissue paper as foundations, roll the skirt. over and over towards the oentre, first from the right side of the skirt, then from the left, so forming two rolls that lie parallel to each other. If the garment has to be folded crosswise to admit of its being packed in suit-case or trunk, place a wad of tissue paper or newspaper underneath the creases. Skirts so packed take very little room, and show no traces of travelling in a small compass. BAKED FISH AND TOMATOES. Butter a piedish, and put a layer of filleted haddock, plaice, or sole in it. Sprinkle over the fish a, little pepper and salt, and! a few drops of lemon juice. Cut some tomatoes in slices, and put a layer of these, next adding a little,~epper and salt. Fill your dish intluiis way, finishing with a good layer of breaderu...
MARRIED IN HER SHROUD. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 February 1914
MARRIED IN HER SHROUD. After being pronounced incurable by a score or more of physicians of the first rank and operated on nine times, each time with supposedly fewer chan ces of recovery, Miss Sophie M. Koerth of Baltimore, U.S.A., was married on September 29, to Jeremiah J. Rails bach in the dress which, four years ago, she made with her own hands for her shroud. Four months ago, after the last and most daring opera tion, Miss Koerth felt for the first time that a cure had been 'effected. Miss Koerth's ease is well-known among surgeons. At one hospital she beg ged to be operated upon, but the sur, geons refused, declaring it would mean nothing but death. Adorer: "Won't you try and' love me?" Boston Girl: "I fear that I codild never love .a man .who says 'try and instead of 'try to.'
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 February 1914
OF: RURAL INTERES 3 - '(Bye"Riusticus."- ) "This is a great, oountry, but it is not used," said an American. the other day. He said it with an air of un covering a :fact of which Australians are not aware, and which it would be well for them. to know and to anot ac cordingly. There is no gainsaying the accuracy of his observation, and it is probable that there are few Australians' who think a.t all, who ,do not ack nowledge its truth. But to aot upon the knowledge is altogether a different matter. There is some progress to wards exhibiting more fully the- im mense resources of the country, but it is a painfully slow process. For the most part, we are not far in advance of the lotos eating natives of the tro picas who are content to take the goods the gods provide in the shape of the fruit, fiish and flesh. Nature, with prodigal bounty furnishes, and let it go at that. True, we make some effort, but to a very. great ex tent, this country of unbounded pos-' sibility *in the way of pro...
INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 February 1914
INTERESTING IN'VEiTION ' OCOMI?NG AUST- ALT.N PATEN T . It is reported by the well known Pa tent Attoirneys, Messrs. G. G. Turri & Co., of "The Rialto," Collins Street, Melbourne, that in the ordinary course, Patents of the Commonwealth will be granted in respect of all or most of the following inventions. Complete spe cifications and drawings are publiciy available.. Milking Machine-hand operated (6313--1175)-The teats are aoted upon by pads controlled by cords. - A. P. leyman, purchaser from J.. Neilson, Denmark. Cultivator (6316-1275)--A channe: Iron frame, triangular with devices to receive and hold twines.--A. ... Miles., Viotoria. Wire Strainer and Twister (6380- 1277)-.A yoke carries a winch barrel, having horns, etc.-J. O'Caliaghan, Victoria. Head Gear for Windmill (6559 !278)--This pump mill has toothed re duotion gear in an oil tight casing with oil distributing devices. - J. Alston, Victoria.. Detachable scarifier share (6616 1279)-Wrought metal with the socket in...
MEAT PROBLEM IN ARGENTINA. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 February 1914
MEAT PROBLEM INARGENTINA. The s·hortsighted policy of indisciim inate slaughter of likely bulls and cows in Argentina, says a South Ameripan authority. Jhas resulted in a stats of affairs that Will be nothing short of a national disaster unless .legislation is brought into force to preserve some remnant of the once extensive herds. In the month of February last, 32,993 head of cattle. were slaughtered. ' Of these, 15,406 were cows. It is now necessary for Argentina. cattle breeders to replenish their diminished stook. Very recently 20,000 head of cattle'were driven on to Argentina soil from Pra guay. The price of meat is steadily risisng day by day, and soine of. the r1uiral markets of the province of Buenos Ayies are actually displaying horse flesh for sale. 'The shortage of meat whlich is being felt in Argentina is sti mulating enterprise in other districts and nations,, and soon Argentina may find her unknhown competitors her suc cessful rivals.. " .Twvo: tablespoonfuls of flour,...
THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 10 February 1914
THE LARGEST ICE CAVE. A few years ago some members of the Austrian Speleological Society dis- covered in the Dachstein mouhtains some caverns which are amongst the largest in Europe. One of these grot- toes, the longitudinal axis of which is fully 6500ft. long, moreover, turned out to offer additional interest by its truly enormous ice masses, and was found to be the largest known ice cave in the world. Though a scorching sun may be burning outside on the bare mountain rock, there is always an icy wind blowing through this underworld, freezing everything within its reach. Only sometimes, when the outside tem- perature ranges between 32 and 41 deg. Cut., and a comparatively warm rain penetrates through the fissures of the rook, enfering right into the cavern, will there be a. temporary calm and dis tinct melting of the ice. The Dach- stein ice cave comprises several domes filled with ice, which communicate with one another through a number of fro- zen galleries. An ice crevice 89 ft....
Races to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
RIaces to Come. --0O- Saturday, Feb 14-Terang picnic races Saturday, February 21--Qrford Picnic Race Club. Saturday, February 28-Kirkstall picnic Saturday, Feb 28 South Purumbete Saturday, March 7-Cobden Saturday, March 14-Garvoc Tuesday, March 17-Koroit Saturday, iMarch 21 Hexham Tuesday, March 24-Caramut Easter Monday (April 13)-Penshurst Saturday, April 25-Port Fairy May 5, 6, 7-Warrnambool May 13; 14-Coleraine .... Sitttirdav, May 16-Kirkstall May 20, 21-Casterton - Monday, January 26 - Branxholme Carnival and Sporgs. Wednesday, February 11 - Portland Show Wednesday, March 11-Digby Show
Church Services — Sunday Next. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
Church Sex-vices - Sunnday Next. Roman Catholic - Mass celebrated every Sunday at Port Fairy at 8.30 and 11 ;Vambuk and Orford alternately at 9.30 and 11.30.--Rev. Jas. O'Regan. Methodist Church - Port Fairy 11, Mr Pattenden; 7, Mr Jones; Rosebrook 730, Mr Pattenden ; St. Helens 3, Cod riungton 11, Mr Jones. Church of Christ-1i a.m. and 7.p.m. Salvation Army-Port Fairy 11, 3, and 7, Gospel Hall. Wednesday, Cottage Meeting.
Rear Lights on Motor Cycles. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
Rear? Lights on ;iotor vycves' Two diametrically opposed de cisions have recently been given on I the qcuestion as to whether motor cyclists should carry rear lights. InEngla.nd, the local government board, the body responsible for the ~English Motor Car Act and its working, has decreed that .it is unnecessary for motor cyclists to carry rear lights on solo machines, but they must show a rear light on side car combinations. In Mel bourne, the Chief Justice (Sir John Madden) last week decided that, according to the by-laws of the City of Melbourne, motor cyclists must carry rear lights. This creates a neculiar state of affairs, for with in the jurisdiction of the City council a rear light will have to be carried, whilst, a few miles out of Melbourne, no light will be neces sary. Such a state of affairs is ceytainlv going to lead to a deal of trouble aud confusion. The same ruling should apply to the whole of Victoria. It would probably mean the amending of the Motor Act in Victoria, ...
County Courts [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
County Courts. SCat~iperdown, Tuesday, February 17 Port Fairy, Thursday, February 19 Warrnambool, Thursday, March 5 Portland, Tuesday, March 17 Hamilton, Wednesday, March 18 Casterton, Thursday, March 19
General Sessions [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
General Sessions Camperdown, Tuesday, February 17. Port Fairy, Thursday, February 19 Warrnambool, Thursday, March 5 Portland, Tuesday, March17 Hamilton, Wednesday, March 18 Casterton, Thursday, March 19 , -o
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
Personal. Archbishop -Mannix arrived in Terang by Monday night's express train, and will be the guest this week of the Rev. Father Foley, Mrs Tyler and Miss Myra Tyler. left Port Fairy by the afternoon train on Wednesday for Sydney and the Blue Mountains, where they propose to spend a holiday. Harvest festival services will be held in St John's Church of Eng land, Port Fairy, and St. Peter's, VYamb--iikf o--Suinday next.i - There will be special music at each 6f the services. Fourteen cargo steamers* are being built by the German Loyd Company for the Australian and Far Eastern trade. The.Melbourne City Council has given directions that the by-law must be strictly enforced relating to the noises made in the streets by brakes. The committee of the Colac State School has completed arrange ments to secure a copy of the Federal Historical Picture of the onpn nrnrr nf it-lir o - ^i .-.wc ...-,,I^4tU Parliatment. The annual meeting of the Port Fairy golf club will be held next Tuesday even...
Courts of Petty Sessions, [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
Courts of Petty Sessions, The Police Magistrate (Mr E. Williams will visit the undermentioned places on the dates specified : PORT FAIRY, Tuesdays, 10 a.m, Tuesday, March 10 Tuesday, April 7. Tuesday, .May 5 Tuesday, June 2 WARRNAMBOOL, Mondays, 10'a?m. Monday, February 23 Monday, March 9 Monday, March 23 PENSHURST, Thursdays, 11 a;m. Thursday, March 12 PORTLAND, Saturday, 10 a.m. Saturday, February 14. Saturday, March 14 MACARTHUR, Tuesdays, 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 17 KOROIT, Fridays, 11 a.m. Friday, February 20 Friday, March 20 .
Port Fairy Court of Petty Sessions. Tuesday, February 10. Before Mr E. Williams, P.M., and Mr Baulch, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
Port Fairy Court of Petty Sessions. Tuesday, February 10. Before Mr S. Williams, P.M., and Mr Baulci, T.P. Holdensen and Neilsen were charged with employing an uncertificated engine driver, contrary to Section 55 of the Fac tories Act. Mr Powling appeared for the informant. Mr D. Carroll said he was asked to appear for the firm, but the P.M. said he had no standing. The P.M. said he did not think " registered office of the company " was good service. It should have been the firm's place of business. He did not think the affidavit as set out was too good. Mr Powling said he was not responsible for the information. The P.M.: You are not responsible, but you are defending the position. Mr Powling said that was the first time he had seen the affidavit. The P.M. said that under the Com panies Act " registered office " would be good service, adding, " If you are satis fied, I am. Goon!" Senior-constable -Arnel, the local.*in spector, and H. W. Alderson, inspector under the Factories Act f...
Dainty Lingerie for the Summer [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
Dainty Lingerie for the Summer During the holidays one's thoughts naturally fly to the ques tion of suitable gifts for one's friends, and where a woman or girl is concerned there could be nothing nicer than a hand-worked camisole, such as is shown in the above illustration. If made in fine handkerchief linen, nainsook, lawn, or Japanese silk, such a gift would be valued by the recipient both for its beauty and utility, be sides which it would form a con stant reminder of the giver's kind ness. If not wanted as a gift, however, it would be a handy piece 6f work to have on hand at any time, especially during the holidays, when one often wants some trifling occupation to fill in an otherwise lengthy day. Of course, before putting the amount of work necessary into a garment of this kind, it is essential to have a reliable pattern, . arid our readers will, we feel sure, be glad to know that such a one is now obtainable. The pattern from the American Pants is also to be had from the same ...
Port Fairy Hospital and Benevolent Asylum. [Newspaper Article] — Port Fairy Gazette — 12 February 1914
Port Fairy Hospital and Benevolent Asylum. THE monthly meeting of the commit tee of the above was held on Tuesday afternoon last, at the borough committee room. Present: Messrs McBeth (presi dcent) in the chair, O. R. Evans, Storey, W. Steele, Tyler, Mardling, Powell, Eldridge, Sommerville. Jas. Goldie, and Rev Jessop. An apology for the non-attendance of the Rev J. Barningham was received. CORRESPONDENCE. Was read from Manager Bank of Victoria, forwarding the bank's annual donation of L2 2s. Kronheimer Ltd., forwarding a dona tfon of 11 Is. Hospital Carnival 'Committee, enclos ing L90 16s 8d, proceeds of Boxing Day Carnival, and nominating l Messrs G. Reidy and F. W. Pettiugill as life mem bers in respect.of the amount.-Request; complied with. Boyd Bros., Tarrofie, Koroit, forward ing L7 18s 8d, L4-4s being theirdonation and L3 14s 8d collected from the shearers. -Acknowledged with thanks in each instance. Treasury, forwarding copies of the amending Invalid and Old-Age Pensions Bil...