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THE MANAGING WOMAN. HER PASSION FOR HOUSEHOLD REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
THE MEANAGING WOMAN. ,T ERI PASSION 1FO'; .IOUSEHOLID IR FO1lA. I once, iromarks a writer in a Lol don periodical, knelr a charming girl, the only sister of six: brothilers and the only dainghter of a .widower father. Site "ran'? this lmasculinoe hosehold much to the masculine household's ben efit. Perhaps hh( ,'as a born lilnanag oress of mnoe; perli?ps sbhe had only oul tivated fhat airt tlhroughl force of cir cumstances. B ilit she was ,certainly ai manageress-and ,knew it. She knew her owni efficiency. She kne-w whats was good for nmen anid sihe knew whiat' ilei n:kled --wlhich 'is not al waiys the same thing, as all. woimen are aware She knew tlne ?malli weaiknesses of six brothers mid' a "darling old father," and, shedikiilew exactly the sort, of houso 'i icelt' they should live in-and made it:-hLie. uniess to' seCi .that they sl?ould .Ihave :that sort ,of house. " Her life consisted: largely iii whii iat she called "makingi:; plans" - mnostly plans for lir itifolk. '. This, I...
EASTER MONDAY PICNIC RACES [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
EASTER MONDAY PICNIC RACES The following are the handicaps for the events to be run at Newmerella on Easter Monday: Pony Race-Keepsake 11.0, Spark ing Plug 10.7, Hard Times 9.12, Ahkeshift 9.7, Grey Bird 9.7, Brown Spec 9.5, Dad 8.12, Ninoya 8.10, Jes sie 8.10, B .n :ie Jean 8.9, Pincher 8.6, Dolly 8 6, Seashell 8 6, Nuitess 8.6, Ivy 8.6, Bellbird 8 6. Maiden Handicap-Slick 11.7, Miss Cynthia 110, Validita 10.12, Radium 10 5, No One 10.0, Electric Light 9.12 Kia Ora 9 12, Sea Lark 9.11, Sandy McGregor 9.7, Kangaroo 9.4, Matie 9.4, Lollielegs 9.0, Jessie 9.0. Picnic Handicap-Sir Quist 12.12, Ivill Lass 11 2, Lady Melba 11.0, Bate Bolong 10.12, Mary McGregor 10.8, Olivernitus 10.0, No One 9.0, Matie 9.0. Trot-Alva Lass scr., Millie 10yds bhd, Blossom 10yds bhd, Little Jack 10yds bhd, Dolly 20yds bhd, Echo 40yds bhd, Playmate 50yds bhd, Bonnie 70yds bhd, Slick 90yds bhd. Big Ben 100yds bhd, Savanaka 1l0yds bhd, Jack 120yds. Hack Race-Lady Melba 11.8, Bete Bolong 118, Slick 113, Mary Mc...
LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
The cost of. ivin still gocs up, and trouble :'rotuid uis . tlntkiclkens, -and yet whu'ener wib ?dinid.or'.osup,. we've" por- terhouse or elticlh-i ":e's To make our wails Ihave prope- force we should bo leani and scrawny, .but we'vei the mibs cles of a horse, anid we are fat and brawny. The portly amn gets up and whops about the.cost of living, while to his form sonic costly soups a genial warmth are giv-ing. The clubman wrings his hal:wd and whines, thebo cot will make us v\grants, while to his breath imported wines impart a pung ent fragrance. \Vc should be hollow eyed and thin, our slats like' wash 1: .:ids showing. if we'd denounce the le:ll of sinL who keep the prices going. But ! arIl alil the kickings done ib fat and lfusy .sii?Wir*i, who have their Ipockea full of mon, ::nd swallow four 'co;urse diueurs. I do not hear the Ioiler wail or bIreathe (lire tllreets of slaughter; he eats his dinner from a pail, and helps it down witrh water; Ile and his ohiidrehu shed their woes,...
COST OF FOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
i COST -OF -FOWLS. Il:ow many poultry farmers have 'de finite knowledge of what. their stock actually cost them to rear?' Very few. That, is thet'opinion of Mir T., J. Biier ly, who, according to a farmers' bul letin issued by the New South Wlalos: )Department of -Agricultire, found -pro fit in the business. Mr1 Brierl stated -My first batch of chickens i'as hatcli cd on Jutil 1- , and there' were fuitheli hatc hes every few c days until tlo0 end of SeptCmber.. : .Ihey .?re; fed on01::. plain diet" of cracked imaizo ?heait, bran, pollard,'_ meat meal,, bone -iieal, and a..little oil cake, no mash being given until they were S week oir: a tortnight old. .13y the cuit" of:.Sep tcmber, -I was treting with 800 heiad of various ages aiid aiboiut teqal numIbers of each sex. Tlley comiprisod-\ Whit Leghorns and Bl?lk Orpingtons, theyl were about 30 per cerit of the latter. The cost of food ,ip to thai't date to tailed -S.:8. 6/I4. I Froin Octoaber I.- to Novcullbcr '7, , tli' ilditional co...
MONSTER APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
MONSTER APPLES. Under the heading "Largest Apple in the World," the "'Vastmninster" Ga zotte" writes:-"Thlo largest and heav iest apple ever grown in the world has been raised this season in Eugland--t King's Acre, itereford. It is: Gloria MIunidi. It weighs no less than 321 ounces, and the announoement of its advcnut has creatled quite a isensatorii inl the fruit world. Tlis wonderlul apple wn's grown in an eleven-inch flower pot, the tre pi odutoing six mulannloth fruits at the sae time. It swns this eery tree i hich ir-l tthe gianit apple of 1.910 Coupling the advent of thicso .nonster apples withl the fact that, this season in one plintation in the South of Eng land, titre .were hundreds of trees carrying over 10 busihels of immense aipples per tree, equal to over 800" bush els to the acre, it looks as if commier cial fruit culture was proving a verit able gold mineo. To sihow th import 10nee attached to. this. laJtest colossal fruit, six casts have been taken of it, so that a p...
A Pantomime Cherub. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
A Panitomiine Cherub: During the h?ii of ait ravclling :panto mime company to Dumfries:h?-ery ludi crous contretemps ,.:'.curred, : .which, nevertheless,,' brought dowli the: house.". Owing ' to thev ililess of 'one of the juvenile -mciilbers of the ?,company a local substitute had' to be :obtained, for the purpose- of figuring in- one of the sylvan scenes.: On being aceosted i .stage parlance by the hero of- the piece w-ith Saweet child, when cam est thou from Arcadial: Tell me.! Tell 'ime pi-itheiC," the young ster cried out shrilly,. IPlease, -i'. I. am no frac 'Cadia' ; .ahni frae Dalbeattie, and I've bepn promlised tuppenle "n': an orange-to sit q(uiet~an' haud liiy tonrIie.p
A Fine Bargain. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
A Fine Bargain.. Mome years agCo na aaaction wae; lield In a pooin part of Dunblin Of the 6lpoonial effects of an old: Flrclcli waoiufui,, ru nioured to have boenn an eii c:lftobi lacic native land. wlI o l?ad (died aI th frish calptal. Among tlhe faded ilks?aihl 'a few hits of old Iace atl-eckhilc' of diray ]ooking a -reen stones was. diacoverel. a nd was houglhai as . cl aec lib a aa0uple of slhrewd ,ew laedlers for :£5. : Ila t.aking the stoneS to''a ':ill. ktaowan ,ieweller'-&lt; hie promptlye;ff-lal 11o00 whieh suil the owne?t? aat taaiie:ial ag laantly refusned.- and.a saa l "ile .' lil?kl:ace aof pflriot Uie'aldjs. her £7000 )iii.ta3)1. don. Ahter'wardsa Lord Itoselcrilr ,on his marriage. purch ased it foa" soii?thbing_ like £20.00) ! The old F'reiehawolaan's iaotlaei I=hfa been attached to the .Court" of: 1r'aalc.. and, the emeralds had once:fbrmnednol ?;,?- , of the crown jewels,. : .:
What Relations Were They? [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
What Relations Were They : The other dna (writes a iainn nper plexit,) t IgI. n salid to lie :'.13. so i Bill and I live in W\\e'st-seetr. :\crs the way Hv ved ia widow anid her dalunlhI tcr. I married iho daughter. a;lrd ill married the widow, for she hald lheaps 1.1' mollny, N w I want to know, is the ext-widow mIy dalughter-in-law i" my mother-in-law, and what relation would my children be to Bill's ?' r .:d p id ui, a.?1 alce hoe rlg the rhidle have nut felt very well in m} head,
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
WUOEN'S INTER S..T (By "Ambrosine.") One of the latec hat models takes the fobrm of a: perfectly flat plateau. This is first bant downwards, to envelop the crown of the head, and is then ahowed to spring ujiava:s, like anll inverted flower-basket, whnise it, proves more be-: coming to a oung anti pretty face. The model .can, hoiever, hardly be clmraccerised as" flint as the Dolly vatr den or coolle plateau, wimoh achieved such popularity 'n their time. A plen tiltul amount of trinminig iassed on the crown gives a fictitious height, tih . surface beilg covered with innumnerable bows of silk- or satin ribbon, or with olumps of natural-looking flowers. An other Spring fashion winch will make its appearanice is that of the toque entrely composed cf llowers. These charssing Ilnts, massed with roses or peonies, with crocuses, hyacinths, and with pansies aid anemones, have a lovely appearance, with the brilliant blue Meditoerraneao as a 'setting. In the case of a pret'",y toque, which has ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
Andrews Bros. will make up suit lengths at 35s for a sac suit, made and tr:mmed.-Advt. Blotches On Face CAUSED BY BILIOUS CONDITION Nothing is more worrying to peo ple, -especiaily ladies than to have their complexions sploiled by pim ples and blotches. These are invari ably due to poor condition of the blood, caused by a disordered liver not performing its functions, and a remedy that will set the liver right is consequently the only thing to free one from these disfiguring and painful eruptions. An excellent in stance of the ellicacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills as a blood puri fying remedy is related by Miss Vio let Bayley, of :3 Moores Street, off Botany R1., Alexandria, N.S.W., who writes:-"Just a few lines to say that I have been taking Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills and found they do me a great amount of good. Pre viously I was always suffering from Bilious Attacks, in addition to this I had red patches on my face and was languid and tired every day. Having taken doctor's ...
RESIDENTIAL ALLOTMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
RESIDENTIAL ALLOTMENTS ----.- Years ago, when the laying-out of the township of Orhbst was under dis cussion, some of the residents, longer sighted than the rest, argued in favor of a larger area than was eventually laid out. These man were, however, in the minority, and the township boundaries were fixed where we now have them. It is becoming more evident every day thal the voice of the minority was the voice'of wisdom, and the necessity for extending our township limits is becom ing more 'and more apparent. Even now there is a cry for residential allot ments at a reasonable price and within reasonable distance of the business part of the town; and with the advent of the railway the demand will become more insistent. There seems to be only one solution of the problem, viz, to extend the township in the most suitable direc tion by subdividing adjoining estates. We are informed that a step is to be taken in this direction shortly by the subdivision or the estate known as Abram Perry'...
VIOLENT SUFFRAGETTE. A SCENE IN COURT. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
VIOLENT SUFFRAGETTE. A SCENE IN COURT., London, Wednesday. Mrs Drummond, a suffragette, who was charged with obstructing the police. shouted to the: magi strate, "You think I've changed.. my mind because you put me in. gaol for two days, but. I've not." She appealed to the, spectators to stop the proceedings, and leaving "the dock ran 4to the-door where.. she had a'struggle with two police. Seizing. a whistle from one of the constables she. threw it at the magistrate, who fined her £2.
WONDERS OF THE SKYSCRAPER [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
WONDERS OF TH E SKYSCRAPER If St. Paul's Ca'thcadral were piled upon 'St Peter's - 4ISft high thell height of .both would. only then equal that of some of the latest of Aimerioan steel-friame bliildings. . It is impossible fori the nian 'in the street to appreciate the ilmmeneo -leight to which the sky scrapers tower a'bove.- him. And he does not see the whole. The ' under world of these self-contained citiesg uns dtleep into the bowels of the enith.: Tihe 'great £600,000. Singer building, which rises ei 4I1 storeys, 612ft `above the .kerb, has cellars and founidations over 200 ft deep, so tha~t th:. total liciglht, from- bledrock to cupola, is" 815ft,: and the Weight of steel alone. in it repre sents 8000 tons. -• The Metropolitan Life' Building stands 70ft higher than the Singer, and the latest, the Wool worthl sky-scraper, with its 55 storeys, is 750ftl high. W\Vithin the buildings are homes; businesses; churches, chap els, shops, offices, ballrooms, concert hall, restaurants, sc...
AMMONIA FIRE EXTINGUISHER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
AMMONIA FIRE EXTINGUISHER. The use of ammonia Bombs to extin guisli forest fires is being tested in some of the national forests of Am erica. In the case of brush fires, the fire fighters ofteni have difficulty in get ting near enough to beat out tho fl1amles, a?nd ammonia bombs have been found very eflectivi. The explosion of a single: .ombil will extinguish lfire in a 15ft circle about it. lMagistrate: "Oliicer, what is .this man charged with?" Constable : "He's a camiera-fiend of the worst kind, yer worshii." "But this man shoulni't ihve bcen arrested simply because ho has a Inania for taking pictures." "It isn't that. yer worship: he takes., the cameras." A candidate for the Town Council was subjected to munch interrlluption by a butcher, %ho enjoyecd considerable notoriety as a "heckler." The candi date bore the thing good-humoredly for a: time, but at last he gave his queOs tioncr a hint that he was taking up valuable time by asking silly questions. This so enraged the butchle...