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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
THE TIDES -4--- High water at Marlo and Conian. Friday, Apr. 10, 7.52 a.m. 8 27 p.m. Saturday, ,, 11, S 59 ,, 9.30 ,, Sunday, ,, 12, 9.59 ,, 10.26,, IMonday, ,, 13, 10.53 ,, 11.19,, Tuesday, ,, 14, 11.44 ,, - Wednesday,, 15, 12.9 ,, 12.33 ,, Thursday ,, 16, 12 56 ,, 1.20 ,, Friday, ,, 17, 1.42 ,, 2.5 ,, Saturday, ,, 18, 2 26 ,, 2 418 ,, Sunday, ,, 19, 3 9 ,, 3.31 ,, kfonday, ,, 20, 3.51 ,, 4.13 ,, Tuesday, ,, 21, 4.35 ,, 4.54 ,, Wednesday, 22, 5.23 ,, 5 49 ,, Thursday, ,, 23, 6.15 ,, 6.48 ,, These timss may vary. according to weather corditin,% westerly wind causing the tides to hold up later.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914
CHILD'S TERRIBLE ECZEMA. LEGS BADLY AFFECTED -ZAM-BUK HEALS EVERY SORE Little George Bowden was badly crippled by running eczema, ..and could only be moved about -on pil lovs.- We.had the boy: at the hospi tal, but the docto s ithere could do nothiig for him, and -arious other treatments :that we 4t??ied proved quite ineffective, "GFeorge- was in torture dayv anid ir , hr, for his limbs were kept ih-.a ,red raw state by the watery discharge that.. constantly oozed from the affected surface.. "He was 'in a shocking condition when we started.to use Zam-Buk. The sores were so wonderfully eased by the first dressings that we decjied to persev'ire withl the balm;'.: Zam Buk soon caused the inflamn.ation to subside and:the;healing process to begin: IThe boy made rapid strides towards r covery-evety day and ,, was not loIbn before?. Ziam Buk had dried up and .conipletely: cleared away every sore:. " It is now -some.time since Zam Bu&lt; nraide ihis .wondiful' cuiie but the dit.ease...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
iBy "Amnbrosine. ") :A .general observation of the newest t !ces-: shows that the " tendency is in ti.our0 of cut-away and rounded coats. c c::::iy every new tailor-made costume is being shaped, after this fashion. Many of the coats range from P2 to 31 inches in length.- The waistcoat"is the natural consequence of this cut-away .oat, and may, therefore, be expected in varying forms. Many of these waist coats are- cut with very .' long ends sharply slanted, the slant running downwards in front or towards the sides; There are also novelties ih the backs of many of the new coats. Pleat ed panels have arrived," and there. is the very loose effect,' as if the coat were cut to hang quite away from the figure. Narrow sash , ends ' may, be styled as something extra. These are brought from either seam at the side and loosely knotted at the side of the waist. The edges are sometimes fin ished with a broad, bold,' scalloping stitch, imparting a very pretty finish and a welcome change fiom .the...
OF RURAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
(OF RURAL INTEREST (By ",Itusticus.") There are many stories as to the iNortnern 'L'errlcury anu its possibdli ties, and tneir variety is' as gieat as their number. The wuole gamut is covered by these acoouits-il um wild impractiable wiiuerniss to proulgal tru picas protilieness. It or tliusa daeiruus or gainmug inourmation as to rue actual proUpects, it is uetcesaiy to take all tune ?toiles, and juuge enem by the quahlic'iaeious a.,u exerience. of une au tuors. In "tls way a contribution by air. Allan flood, a V ICeoria, who liuis a positron on Ltue Governmuen . experi meIntal farm at BaJtohelor, is, of interest ian. possuioy ot value. " Ie writes: 1.'"lauougnI that you might care to know soue. or tie latest concerning tis farm. There. have been so many [aulelrs reports, ann untrue, that' It -g?'s very anoyinmg 'to read them. Well, we and a gud crop ot cow-pea to start with. 'Ies crop grew w?li r'.gait a'1l ne tLun it was sown,. It was pianidt mainly to be piougited in as a-green m...
ARTIFICIAL MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
ArTIFICIAL MiEAT.: " According to tne -',rls daily-jourlals a niiglan tVau1iSi, 1I. Lt'I UIIb, auUS a?uetul 111 il ruuu.lli. aItIlUl lid il.?.j an? a ,t;SS is a.uiuclr auancliLC , IO aUa? bi ,iiowdrlil Ci.L lloltI'y, .lteur lOne ll 5iil;ld or vegetable to' iacts .or perrtules and even tile aiouimnles wIllon1 ale the LaSei of living subsbaiCe. - - Ia. Iirtrollt 10no uses a remlaricabte process ior indus rlial prelparacilin .0o nitrogenous rouas a7 a ,vo0ry luW plrice, and eiese ?L? sai5 to -resemOlil ordinary itleat 1 a Sa'llei ing degree. . ie uses Udfereir; re.l (rues ot nianufactures WneI ar a lamost .v-ltU?ess, such as broilery or d&lt;stuilely refuso produces, and from t?eseo he extraots a, food albumnen. The refuse material is first wasnuo, then pressed anti treated by sulpnurd acidt and ar terwards . by lihe, being roen put througa other operations ~which are too tlong to enumerate, ending by filtering and cvaporatimg in vacuo. The result, is a pasty extract whica has ...
A MATTER OF PRECAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
A MATTER OF PREOAUTION. One day a very nervous, timid-looking iom:ini accompianied ,by' a :-robust far-: mner mani came onthe plat-orm. of a little railwvay station 'at a remote coun try .?spt. I: For -;short time :she iseemi ed to devo to her attention ti' tle time? table, .but not finding her .the salis-: faction she. sought,?she stepped up to the statioi-master:- as ho came obut iof the ,offi ce. : 'i.Wdl y?ou' pleai?.-'tell ntm if the 3.15 ih 'gonq .4se'! she ask'l - in apparent coitebt:i:.. '"(Yes, baout 2:) minutes ago," 'ho replied:. ' ''And ,wien will the 4.30 comeo.. along,: do '9u1. think?" "Why, ijot,'for some timne yot, of course." ". "?ro there any ex presses before then?" "No," "Not one? " "Any luggage trains?" "No." tllng at all ."o "Nothing what ever." "Are you quite sure? "Cer tainly; I am, or I wouldln't have saeid so." "Then," said the timid woman, turning to her husb:"nd, "I think we'll er,:t' the tracks, Williaim." a i :?i lk, ,,londcr where' they noti their col...
SHEEPSKINS April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
SHEEP$KINS April 8, Dalgety and Company, Ltd, report: Each. Each. Green skins Town. Country. Early shorn ... 5/ to 7/3 4/.to 6/ Late do. .. 3/6 to 4/6 2/6 to 3/6 Spring lambs 2/9 to 5/ 2/6 to 4/6 Lamb pelts ... 2/3 to 3/6 1/6 to 2/6 Dry skins, at per lb. Super. Average. Merino Pelts, well grown k.d to 7*d 6 d to 7d Do., short od to d 54d to 6-d Crossbred Pelts, well grown 7 ,d to 8d 7;d to 7? Do., shorn 5d to 6' 5. d to 6d Sp?log lambs 89 to 8-d 7jd to 8d ap Pelts Yd to 7}d 6jd to 74d
THE OUTBACK WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
THE OUTBACK WOMAN. (By Paraii( in Auckland "News.") lithe spare heed. is paid to those now: numerous . - settlers located 'i- n. what for lack of. a better term is called - th outbacks. - In well-populated countries -wherieifi com pai'atively, decent, metailed roads are uinicicd, and' by means of which the ordinary traveller derives his views of agricultural and pastoral lire, there is. little to arrest attontion beyind the passing recognition of. a somewhat soil tiary existence wluch is to a great ea-. tent.compensated by a freedom ' from town i conventionalities 'and by pictur esque rural surroundings that appeal to the majority of mankind. -in such. locations the settlers are often to, be envied; for they enjoy a life healthfu. in .the extreme, are fairly well caterer, for by country storekcepers, receive their mails at stated periods, and ex cept during the most part of the winter solstico are e nabed to comfortably tra vel. and coingregate,-at the customary district gatherings ...
WOOL April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
LWOOL April 8. Dalgety and Company, Ltd., report: -Sales were held in Sydney last week, when some 17,000 bales were offered. With the exception of faulty wools, prices confirmed those established in Brisbane, and were for the most part 4d per lb. above February rates. Crutch log is now fairly general and owners should try and get all wool forward in times to be catalogued for sale in Mel bourne on the 22nd inst., as a keen de mand at comparatively high prices exists. The increase in the Australasian wool exports for the first 9 months of the statistical year amounts to 193,464 bales. It is not likely that there will be much alteration in these figures at the end of the stati-tical year on 80th June. There has been a satisfactory increase from Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, but we have a long way to go yet to recover the decrease of the previoqs year, and unfortunately season al conditions over two-thirds of Austra lia are not at all promising at the pre. sent time. The tr...
PIG-RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
S PIG-RAISIIG. first thilng to consider. 'is a good. ruin. I:f you have not got tlis, do not think ofi raising pigs in a sty. You can uti lise your surplus feed to better advan ,tago by buying up such suckers dr slips as are generally for sale, and fattening tjien for iarket. Any farmer who. .keeps a cow or two with 'the necessary paddook can easily and cheaply arrange a run,n by fixing wire netting, say two felt high, round his paddock. Netting of 4:inch mesh and of, thick "gauge is best, 'and pig-raising will soon irecoup the outlay, anid show a substantial pro lit. H aving provided the run,. the next ,iwork is to select the'sow, or sows, and above ill things be careful not to over SJo.it :.M?ay f?iar'rs can run one sow oil their sitrptts feed ?who .canino pro .itibily keep two. ' .It is not so much the keeping of the two 0sow.., but' tho:. reaiing or their proegiy : too the best :dvantage. I '.::I" 1uo 0iot lilke the larger breeds :.-i.would selece a;:sow' firom a good litter, sh...
PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
PREVENTIOIUN OF MiSILK FEVE?: F: requent milking, bu?i only a: little at, n;i ??,e is found one of the best' .prei vehitivos, and for this reaso'.'.leaviing' the otalf with the cow (some san "f i -24 hoiur'; but for. , week is.: better) .;:s generdally successful.' As gross,- feed ,rs, good door, and heavy .milkees :i mnlro lihible, it isa :goodd .plno ake these off green fiedand. pit n.: spare diet .ocifdry foddei .a. week before evinoi. About three .dorfur davs be fore calving ? purgative is advisable. I/or, this, ,8; glitubor salts, loz. gin ger aind" a. little treacle, in a quart of .wateer t.wuill be found effectivo. As the acecpted otre by means of pure air pumped into -the. udder seems to point to the fact. that an anacIobic (without air) bacteria is the cause, it is advis ably on this and olther grouds to vig orously disinfect floor iad walls of byres,i rugs, utensils, etc., aid finsh oiit the cow. A milk-fever outlit should always be kept, so ihat pure air can hIe pumpued i...
FURRED SKINS April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
FURRED SKINS April 8, Dalgety and Company, Ltd , report: Vic. Brush Kangaroo 2/ to 2/9 lb Rabbits, Victorian, headless per lb, Best ... 8d to 9d Mixed ... ...6d to 7.d Does and halfgrown 61 to 7d Kittens ... ... 4d to 5d Fox skins Winter firsts 90/ to 108/ per doz. seconds 60/- to 80/ thirds 40/- to 50/ Wallaby, tanners' 2/4 to 2/6 per lb Do. thin fur 2/7 to 3 ,, Do. good fur 3/3 to 4/
AFRICAN LAME SICKNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
An iinvc-iiatiun ul thile Se th Afr'i ann dio:ml?c known,\ ;IS nllcuzotekll, or lance sickness, suiggist thsi, it is due to. "t special plant poi-on itals is genuerated under abniormal uouditiuns in grasses or otilher plaints that are normally harm less. l.li development seems to be as sociated wiLih Lutusuai weather and soil experiences, of which siumer drought is important. Throughl such conditions wilting would favour the foril'stion of the poison, and this gives exphailitioni for the common belief that the. disease results from eating wilted plants,
HIDE MARKET April 8. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
HIDE MARKET April 8. Dalgaty and Company, Ltd., report: Victorian light-weights 8.. 8-1 to 9d do. medium-weights ... 81 I to 9d do. kip weights ...... 8ýd to 9d do. dry condition ...9}d to 10?d do, heavy hides (picked)9,l to IO}td do. do. do. (stout) 9,J to 9$d do. do. (sheety) ... 8hd to 8]Yd do. bull bides . ... 6--d to 7-~d do. damaged hides and kips .... ... ... 7 d to 8d Light Heavy Calfskins ... 101 to 10!,d 7}d to 7-d do. meaty 7.d to 8d 6d to 6}d do. cut ... 7;d to SI 5fd to 6d
RAILWAY TIME TABLE TRAINS DEPART FOR MELBOURNE DAILY: [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
RAILWAY TIME TABLE TRAINS DEPART FOR MEL BOURNE DAILY: Sale, 7.40 a.m. Arrive at Flinders street 1.30 p.m. Bairnsdale, 2.15 p.m. Sale, 4.33 p.m. Arrive at Flinders street at 10.25 p.m. MONDAYS: Bairnsdale (via Maffra), 5.40 a.m. Arrive at Flinders-street 1.30 p.m. THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS: Bairnsdale, .5.40 a.m. Arrive. at Flinders street 1.30 p.m. TRAINS LEAVE MELBOURNE DAILY: Flinders street 7.52 a.m. Arrive at Sale 1.26 p.m., Bairnsdale 3,25 p.m. Flinders street 4.30 p.m. Arrive at Sale 10.20 p.m. MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS: Flinders street, 4.30" p.m. Arrive Bairnsdale 12.25 a.m.
DYSPEPSIA AND COMMON-SENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
DYSPEPSIA AND COMMON-SENSE, The man or woinan who is a vic tim of dyspepsia can't possibly enjoy anything like good health,. For, mind 'you, when once the stomach gets out of order, then the digestive system-stomach, liver and bowels- is likely to be affected, and so you go from bad to worse, Considered as one, the stomach, liver and bo wels may be truly said to be some. thing like a delicately-balanced ma chine. When a single part of the mechanism; say the stomach, goes wrong, there is an immediate danger that it will upset .the whole, throw it out of order, and bring about a general breakdown. To prevent or t , banish dyspepsia. you-can't do better than assist your digestive organs" by takin: an occa sional dose of :'vo: er .'eig-l's syrup. the wo id-famous herbal remedy for stomach an liver troub:es. It has been be ore .he world for over 40 Years. Each year, each week, in fact. cases are recorded where dys peptics have found relief by reSort ing to this fine old family renledy, a...