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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Announcement Sxtraortiinary MECHANICS' INSTITUTE' NATIA1UK FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY An Epoclh Ira Iflusif Saturday, 9th May -glgjgs Saturday, 9th May PHILLIP NEWBURY PHILLIP IfEfBuS^ Tb» Great O^Lo^., The Greatest Oratorio Dran=atic f-.prano in ?tbe World, H'lDAME MMY COHLY 11MME MET COffif^j These Famous Artists will be heard in Selections from ? . "*s Opera, Selections being gived from I Psgliac-i. Faust, II Trovatoref To meet the wishes of the business people of this town who "in &lt;Se\7P tZ epportumty of witnessing this Huge Combinafon, (he Ceacert wih start ! q Reserved Seats, 3/, a/. A few seats at 1/ Come Earh fo oid Dif appointment ' B" Representative-DOC /7ENRY -/W -A, "/V_ Professional Notices C. w. MATHERS DENTIST (Late A Harris) F1REBRLCE STREET, HOESHaM (Next White Heart Hotel) -Personlly in Attendance Daily Painless Extractions- 2b 6d Laughing Gas Laughing Gas Laughing Gas Langhing Gas Absolnely without pain( danger, no after effects, 5s Artificial teeth a specialty...
THE WEST WIMMERA MAIL AND NATIMUK ADVERTISER FRIDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
THE WEST WIPERA MAIL A.NTDJN'A.TIM(JK ADVERTISER FRIDAY, MAY 'S" ; - Mrs R Sisson, who has held the position as hon. organist, to St Aidan's Church of England, Natimuk, for upwards of 2C years,, and who has re signed on account of her departure from the district, was the recipient of a handsome entree dish, given by the members of the congregation. Miss Violet Sisson vras preeented with a combined prayer and hymn, book as a mark of appreciation in connection with her Sunday School work, The presents arrived on the day of Mr and Mrs Sisson's 25th anniversary of their wedding. When Mrs Sisson left Natimuk it was undei stood that she and her family would be return ing in aboat three months' time ; so the announcement that she had fin. ally severed her connection with the district came as shock to her numer ousjfriends, and uarticularly to the church congregation Both Mr and ' Mrs Sieson have achieved a record in church work rarey equalled, Mr Sis son having been connected with the Comm...
Wimraera Show Dates [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Wimraera Show Dates --**1 The dole^aieo uC iii« Tjuiona Wlia " mera A and P So.ifc' ieo met ai Mnrtoa and tbe followiEg dates wer* agreed to bj tfc© conference Stftirell, J5tk and 16th Saptember Rapanynp, 18th Soptcrabar (or another date to be fixed) Horsham lot and 2nd Octobsr N"hill, 7th October Warraoknabflal, 9th October Benlah, 13th October Dimboola, L4th October Hopetoun, 16th October Natimuk, 16thSept«mber or another date to be fixed) Jepartt, 20th October Mnrtoa, 21st October Rainbow, 23rd October The Nbill horse parade will be held on Wednesday, 19th August Thousands were amused in Hyde Park, London, lust Sunday afternoon by the suffragette3, wh ) proposed to hold n meeting in biats on the Ser pentine. The authorities had refused, permission, and had moored the boats in the middle of the Serpentiao. Two suffragettes threw off their clothing and entered the water in bathing costumes amid the sheers of the crowd. They swam out; to the boat?, and cut them adrift. Meanwhile a t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Willie Ferrero, the seven year old oooductor, gare a surprising erbibi-: tion of bis wonderfnl powers of firship in the orchestra at the AI be?! gall. Ho has a remai kabJe masa>rv 0f technique PbW J. E. Phillip SfTISHES it t«Tbe kuot»n ta*tjhe has YV settled in HOKSHAM, aud that he prepared to put up buildings with'brick culm tiejNatimuk and suToundiu^ dUbictf. Address J. K. .PHILLirS, iliCah. mPO Shlra -Sot-ices. Shire ot Kowree BARBED wire ON FENCES mr ie hereby given that tne use ft°Tl harbedwire on any, fence or j> 0f barDeo adjoining any other erection o ^ townships of street or road w Harrow, Goroke, AS>;uESbPo;enHarntaay TOON ^ Wombelanoi and within a ond0' a nf one mile from the bonndar stance of one guch wire is now in ies thereof; whe bibited, uniess the P°sHl0f o the council is obtained for consent of th Appiications for per* tbat- pUtnPuse barbed wire must specify mission to us® hicb jt is desned to 'se barbed w're wd the position of the Ire on fenc^ hilTshire S...
THE ORCHARD. NOMENCLATURE OF FRUIT. PARTICULARLY THE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
THE ORCHARD. 1 NOMENCLATURE OP FRUIT. PARTICULARLY THE APPLE. "What's in a name ? ' To the or dinary individual it may he a matter 0f ver" lit.tic consequence wliat an -mple is called by, and provided it is Boun-1 and fit to cat, one name'may be as good as another ; but to the nurseryman, grower and dealer it often becomes a matter of great im portance. At present wc find that many of what we may term the standard va rieties of apples are known un-ier different names in the various States .ind even in different districts often . have local names. This leads to con fusion, and often to serious misun derstanding. For instance, the Scarlet Nonpanel \ is vnoven as the Winter Pearmsin. Scarlet Pearmain, and sometimes as Cqx's Orange Pippin; also the Gol den Reiriette is called Adam's Peyr main, Summer Pearmain, King Pip pin, etc, and many other varieties are' known byr various names. fpjjjg jg very unsatisfactory, and in the case of ordering nursery, stock 0r makins contracts for certain...
Wail Affairs [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Waii Affairs (From QUI; Correspondent) Mr John Barber had au enjoyable trip by motor to Hamilton in company with other delegates of the Peoples' Party There was a larger meeting thanjjever before. Finances were in a bad state, but have now been pat oa a better footing The President, \vho> had wished to resign, was persuaded to rema;n in office with the assnrancc of support from influential delegates present. A committee was formed to appoint a new secretary The homeward trip proved a litt-ie wet, and on going into a hole in the road & strap of the hood broke, and tha company was left exposed to the cold wind and light showers The country appeared to groat- advantage owing1 to the recent rains The scheme for bringing water to Wail is under consideration still, the farmers interested thinking that tha route may be shortened and expenses cut down so as to lessen the rate o£ 1/10 There are some in nv-or and ssome in opposition so that it is ur^ certain whether the scheme will...
THE EVERY,-DAY POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
THE EVERY,-DAY POTATO. Potato Sauce.-This is a very easy and appetising way of dressing cold potatoes. Break the pieces up with a spoon, but do not mash them. Put some good dripping (or butter) into a flat stcwpan, add the potatoes, shake over a hot fire., till sligrhtly brown, sprinkle with finely chopped parsley, and servo. Potato Chijjs.-Peel a sufficient quantity of potatoes and cut them into pieces about the size of orange , sections. These: must be thrown into boiling fat and fried until done, then drained" on paper before dishing'up. Potatoes Sliced and Crisped.-After peeling the potatoes cut into quite , thin slices and fry in boiling f:*t till as crisp as biscuits, then shake on paper and place around roast poul try or -ranie. Potato Sticks.-Peel one or two po tatoes, cut into slices i inch thick, then into sticks about the size of matches. Have ready boiling: fat, fry the pieces thickly, and put roanJ .came in little heaps, with watercress hot \v 0^11. , - Potato Cake.-Thi...
Land Sales [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Land Sales Messrs Yonng Bros, Horsham, Nhtll, Hamilton and branches, report having soid daring the months of April 1624 acres ot" land fot £9360, and leased 3052 acres, and their total sales for cnrrent. year, 1st Jan» nary to 39th April (4 months) vvera 42.785 acres for £ IS 1,653 and leasod 289(54 acres. Lorktield Estate, GHen* thoinpson, 540 acres to W V Brim* combe ; D Sinclair, Ararat, 57 acres to E Spalding ; Exors Mat Baker, . Ararat, 2 township properties to Mrs il 15 Philips and E W Tobin ; Geo Taylor, Wycheproof, 320 acres to J W Milburn ; W Lanuin, Xliill, 236 acres to A Stevenson ; A McKenny, N"hill, -4.70 acrea to T Eastick ; Smith. Bros, Wycherproof. 2700 acres on leass to McDonald Bro3; Cannard Bros, o4 2 acres on lease to Or W M3 Donald '
Farmers' Corner SHEEP AND PASTURE [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Farmers' Corner SHEEP AND PASTURE Every pheep man kno.vs that the nature of the pasture has a great deal to do with the nature of the wool produced, The natural pastures of Australia have had everything to do with the fame that our wool lias attained. As an auciual illustration of the effect upon qnali'.y of the wool (writes the Sydney " Daily Telegraph ") the sheep and wool ex pert had a very interesting exhibit in the Department of Agriculture exhibits at the Sydney Royal Show. In one of the cased a sample of wool was divided into three sections, and a distinct difference could be noted as the sheep's pasture was changed. The first section represented the growth of the wool while the sheep was fed 0.1 lucerne direcily after shearing. The next growth showed a staple much finer in quality, and with a close crimp, due to the fact that the ewe was rearing a lamb. After weaning the ewe was placed on spring grass, and the sample of wool showed a return to the robust, strong growth. The ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
.is*. i PBkSa Nat! 17 A © * Post (S ' 'if tee tores NATIMUK The Place for Good Values ©mmm mmmm &lt; Q O © OOCCO ©©@Q© OGCO ©?CCQ©SO©@0® Now In, and in all the latest Fashions All that is new in Ladies' and Gents' Coats, Suit s Umbrellas, Rugs, Shirts, Neckwear, Snug Underwear Pyjamas, etc Also Groceries, Crockery, Ironmongery, etc Dairy Produce Bought. F. \ RATCLIFFE & Post Office Stores NATIMUK. NATIMUK E, -I - -; \ &lt;L ^J22£a? ¥ SI : 1 JM e 11 OJ! U (1 BAKERY Wishes to make known that lie has purchased the b ove business, and that bavins: secured the services of a first-class baner he is supplying only the best Bread, etc. Dances, Weddings, Picnics, Socials Football Matches, &c., ___ Catered for reasonably. Splendid Assortment of Lollies on hand ; also Fruits in Season. Small Goods a Specialty 33- ZED. JORY, PBOPUlEa'O R, Ploughs and Brills So Promptly that the minimum of ^ delay occurs in the field. Yes, our Prices are Reasonable I have secondha...
Minimay Notes [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Minimay Notes (Prom onr Correspondent) The month of April just past closed with a total lainfall of 2in. 59pts, lin SOpts of which fell in the last 14 days of the mouth. The total for the first four months of 1914, is 4in lupts. Several frosts have occurred during the last week or so, which will somewhat retard the growth of green grass The Hou J Thomson, find Hon E J Whito, M.L.C-, havo sigui« tied their intention of being present at the A. A7.N L., plain and f.mcy dress ball on Friday evening, Sth May. It is their intention to discuss railway matters with the residents of this and neighboring ..districts, with a view to make arrangements for tak* ing soul? active steps towards obtains ing railway facilities, which will be suitable for all concerned. All those interested aro requested to be at tie hall at S p-rn oil that, evening A mission will be conducted in the Minimay R C Church during the first four days of next. week, commencing at 11 o'clock Alass on Suuday, 10th iust, and c...
Beginning of Golf. AUSPICIOUS OPENING [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Beginning of Golf. AUSPICIOUS OPENING The Golf season was opened at Na* timuk on Wednesday afternoon aus* piciDUsly with a mixed foursome. More suitable weather could not pos* sibly have obtained, and a large number of players of both soxes turned up to take part. Owing to complaints having been made against the practice of certain persons (who indulged in golf principally on Sun days on the reserve near the rubbish tip and in the German Church paddock) hitting balls into private yards at the risk of injuring children the club this year decided to alter the linkB. The two holes on the reserve mentioued, the one in the church paddock, and the one near the school were cutout, and in their place four others pur down-Three in Mr Sch midt's property and tho fourth near the west side of the creek near the starting point The new course is more popular than the old one , as it not only involves less travelling, but does away with the hitting ever the creek twice. The last hole is certainly ...
Edenhope News. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Edenhope News. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT] The P.L-C have decided to again held the euchre parties and dances fhis year. They will be held fort nightly, and the first will be tomorrow evening I he Edenhope Dramatic Clab has decided to stage the play " All Charlie's Fault " at Apsley The proceeds the entertainment to go to the Apsley Race Club Daring the last week we have not had very much rain and the last two nights have been frosty, but th» ijrass is coming on nicely Do Garis, Sons and Co and P Learraon'h and C:|ire going to hold & big sheep sale hereon Friday
Kowree Council [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
Kowree Council The monthly meeting was held at Edenhope on Monday. Present-Crs Philip (president). Knight, Bull. Walker Foley, Murray, Carracbcr, Stephens, Hoars, Hadden and Cranage Cr R. Philip, of the Portland Shire, was present, and was given a *eat at the table Correspondence From Dr Halaha-, reportiog the fol lowing cases of diphtheria at Mundarra Station :-Pearl and May MUDU and John Fletcher. Also from the tvegis trar at Edenhope, reporting the death of Beatrice Pearl Munn at Mundarra, the assigned cause beisg .diphtheria. Also another communication from Dr Halahan ia reply to a letter from the sec reiary tuat a complaint had been made tuat the doctor when returning from a Visit to a diphtheria patient at Mun darra had driven up the street, entered the hotel, a fruit shop and other places before disinfecting his clothing. He (Dr Halahau) stated that the char°e^ were untrue, excepting that he drove'up the street without having disinfected himself He was looking for Nurse Bird,...
INFLUENCE OK FATNESS OF COW AT CALVING. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
INFLUENCE OK FATNESS UFCOW AT CALVING. An examination of the records of official tests with Holstein Friesian cows by one of the American experi mental stations showed that the (at content of the milk for a short time at the becinnim: of a lactation pe riod may have little relation to the real average fat content of the milk prolueed by any particular animal. Investigations with cows of various breeds and in different conditions were carried out. ami it is concluded that. providing the cow is underfed after calving, the percental of fat in the milk for the tirst 2*1 or 30 days of the lactation period is in fluenced to a considerable extent bv the fatness of the cow at calving. In some eases this inflnene^ appeared to extend to a certain decree for at least three months. The tiller of the soil is the most necessary man in the world. He fe-eds and clothes the world, and with out him* the world would go naked and starve. Apparently he ia the only person in the worM th-*t does not know ...
HORNLESS CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
HORNLESS CATTLE. Significant progress has been made during the past ten years in estab lishing polled types, of horned breeds of cattle. Polled Durhams, Polled Herefords, and Polled Jerseys repre sents the most notable achievements in this line of breeding. Beginning with "sports" or naturally bsorhless animals, the polled character- has been fixed in these7 three types to an extent which ensures its reproduction in an overwhelming majority: of ma tings. Polled blood has become so potent that, although obrtained through "sports" from breeds with horns, its -polling^.efficiency is thor oxighlj dependable, even' Uj . eases where the elimination of horns is met with stubborn inherent oaposi tion.. A strong and growing demand for polled types of horned breeds is ex pressing itself in the operations of farmers, feeders, and breeders. Those who take, .the purely practical view of horns, considering them useless and expensive physically to remove, wel come the hornless types as satisfac to...
THE FARM. VALUE OF SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
THE FARM. 4 VALUE OF SILAGE. The advantages of silage feeding (writes an oversea- paper) might be isummed up as follows : .Silage , keeps young stock thrifty and growing all winter. It enables the cow to pro duce milk and butter-fat more econo mically. It increases" the proportion of milk and butter-fat. Silage is more easily handled than dry-fodder. The' silo makes' use of the cornstalks which would otherwise not . he eaten and preserves them in a palatable form. More stock can be kept on a given number of acres. It is the most economical method of supplying feed for the stock during the hot, dry periods of summer when the pastures are short. The field is in good con dition for autumn cultivation after the corn has been removed. - ;Silage does not deteriorate in palatability as does corn stored later in the spring. Less loss results in unfavour able seasons where the crop docs not mature completely, as the corn may, be used for silage to good advantage even if it is not thoroughly ...
AWFUL PAWS. [Newspaper Article] — West Wimmera Mail and Natimuk Advertiser — 8 May 1914
AWFUL PAWS. A gentleman who had married his cook was gi\ing a dinner party, and between . the courses the good lady sat with her hands spread on the t ahlocloth. Suddenly Uie burr of conversa tion ceased, and in the .silence that followed a young' man on the right of his hostess said pleasantly. "Awful pause "Yes, they may be," said the ci-\ (ievant cook, with heightened co lour, and yours would be like ^hom ii' you had dono half my work." Three radishes sighing 201b., one of which is lSin. tang, have been grown iu the garden of the village, irm at Wittersham, Kent.