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Native Superstitions. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

I Native Superstitions. --'-4 An incident which illustrates the power of siiperstitition over the na tive mind occurred some yoars ago at a compound near Storkfontein, Transvaal. Sickness-an epidemic of dysentery in a mild form-had broken out among the "boys," nml in discussing tho matter they came to the conclusion that someone hod cast a spell over t,he compound. A travelling witch doctor happened to call at the time and he was im mediately requisitioned to "throw the bones," and thus to discover the witch. The itinerant rascal produced his bag,* which contained monkeys' teeth1, tigers' claws, rats' tails, snakes' vertebrae, chicken bones, and so on. Among the awe-struck occupants of tho compound who gathered round was a boy who hnd been a sulTeror from the prevalent complaint, and had beon exceedingly anxious to secure the capture of the witch. The " doctor" threw the bones, nnd then appeared to cogitate deep ly, the profundity of his look being matched by the reverence reflected...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON DRAWING FLOWERS WITH PEN AND INK. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

ON DRAWING FLOWERS WITH PEN AND INK. If it bo trua us ;hc pretty concoit says, the flowers only nourish rightly in the gardens of (hose who love them it is surely none tho less true that to draw plant form* well we must, lmye [ a true appreciation of their beauty and poetic meaning:. As a writer on this subject well snys : "We can have no thing more beautiful to draw than a flower, unless it bo u beautiful fate. Mowers, leaves and indeed all plant forms give us tho most perfect models we can desire, and by Iheir infinite va riety and nspects de mand from us keen observation if wo would succeed in in terpreting the «i aright. If we lovo flowers we shall de light in drawing them, and «9 \v» draw them we cannot fnil to under stand and know thein better than we have over done before." Again, flowers have recommendations to study which other objects do not possess. To noma three only : An inexhaustible fund of subjects, and these easily attainable) ; the ability to practice t hrouyhout t...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How Kaffirs Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

How Kaffirs Bank. The Jvaflirs of the northern dis tricts of Cape Colony have a cur ious .system of banking. Periodically the natives coiuc- south to trade in the several villages and towns in large numbers, stay .with the Boers for u time, then return. -* >v Their banking facilities are very primitive, and consist entirely of banks of deposit alone, without banks of discount or issue, and they have no cheques. 13iifc still they enjoy banking privileges, such as they are. From those who trade, of their own number, they select one, who for the occasion is to be their ban ker. lie is converted into a bdnto of deposit by putting all the money of those whose banker he is into a bag, and then th»«y sally 'forth to the stores to buy whatever they want. When an article is purchased by any of those who are in this bank ing arrangement, the price of the ar ticle is taken by th<; hanker from this deposit money-bug, counted several times, and then paid to 4lie seller of (he artic...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEREDITY. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

HEREDITY. The laws which govern the trans ference of charicteristic qualities from paient to offspring hive long been a puzzle, and are still far from beino solved. A great advance was made in knowledge of these laws, when Gregor Mendel, a monk in one of the mon asteries of Bohemia, made known the results of his patient experiments in crossing varieties of peas, and noting the transference of the characters of the parent varieties in the crOBsbreds It WUB in 18G6 that he published the story of hie investigations, but curiously enough, it remained un noticed, until 1900, when Mendel's laws of heredity were rediscovered and accepted as a priceless contribu tion to the knowledge of the laws of breeding. Mendel's experiments have given a great impetus to plant breeding. By their aid the pioduction of new and improved varieties of plantB and flowers no longer depends on the element of chance. But great as has been the advance during the last 10 years in plant breeding, we are still a lon...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Elderly "Jeames." SOME EXPERIENCES AND RECOLLECTIONS OF A RETIRED BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

An Elderly "Jeames." SOME EXPEDIENCES AND RE COLLECTIONS OF A RETIRED BUTLEIt. My first situation as butler in a very wealthy household was with a bachelor peer, and the memory of the first night T entered his ser vice nt his London house has al ways remained with me, for he bar) as gnosis to dinner the late Kim;, then of Wides, I,onl Huths child, the late Puke of Devonshire, and some half-do/en well-known and distinguished people. 1 had served as n»der-butb?r in some big* bouses, but T hod never before had complete charge of af fairs when such important quests were present : and at first 1 was a bit nervous lest anything shoul.l go wrong ; but T had a perfectly trained staff under me, and every thing went o/T without the slightest hitch. This was the first occasion also that I had attended at a dinner nt which Royalty was present, though I often did so afterwards. I only stayed a year in my first situation. My employer was a -uinl and indulgent master, hut he was too much of a glob...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commonwealth and Monopolies. MINISTERS AND TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Commonwealth and Mono polies MINISTERS AND TRUSTS. Whilst meinbors of the Houso of Representatives liuve been talking, long and loosoiy, of many tilings, householders have been concentrat ing their attention nil onr-the incr<vis/Hl c( st of living. Mr Kniblis, the Com monwealth Statist, tells us tlmt the first throe moiitlis of 1914 saw yet another lise in the weekly lull which' the wage earner unci his wif.i must face, uiiifss they aro prepared to forego Bomo of tho comforts tlmt tliej have been accustoinod to regard as necessaries Since that, tho grocors havo cotuo to somo sort of under standing which further swells tho work's accounts ; tho butcher's charges are higher, and the cold comfort oflored to fithers nitli their quivers full of healthy, hungry children is, that to-day's prices are low compared to those tho future will bring. As regards moat, Labor assorts that tho riso is due to the machinations of ft Trust- On Wednesday, Mr Groom, Minister for Customs, speaki...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SECRETS' WEIRD EXITS. SOME CURIOUS INCIDENTS, WITH A WARNING TO THOSE WHOSE TONGUES RUN FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

SECRETS' WEIRD EXITS. SOMJf. CURIOUS INCIDENTS, WITH A WARNING TO THOSE WHOSE TONGUES RUN FREE. "Mcu nro ns bad ns women fov gossiping in public places, said >° head of a Billiter Street firm the other day. . , _ ITc was sore, and justly so, for, owing- to careless gossip, he had just lost a I urge sum of money. Two members of the firm, while lunching at a City restaurant, had discussed between themselves the de tails of a hip transaction in which the firm was engaged, and n third man at. this next tabic had over heard what they were saying. Act ing promptly on the information, he had bought the shares, and net ted nil the profit. A certain magnate with large in terests in South Africa, had a visit from his brother-in-law, who talked exciledly of a new gold discovery. "Don't talk so loudly/* cautioned the other, for he knew that his ty pist wns in the next room. I Hut the mischief was done. The typist had overheard the name of the place where the new find had been made, and that ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Obituary. Mr WILLIAM DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Obituary. WILLIAM DAVIS. We regret to record the death of an old and highly respected district resi dent, in tlie person of Mr William Davis, which occurred at the residence of his sou-in-law, Mr D Baker, Wed derburn, oil Sunday morning last Deceased had been in failing health for some time, and death was due to sonile dpcay. The late Mr Davis was born at Swansea 82 years ago, and had been in this State 55 years. He settled in this district over 40 years ago, farm ing successfully at ICuriaca for mosb of (hut time, lie had a family of 10 chilrlien, six of whom, with MB wife, survive him. The funeral tooU place on Monday, at tile Wodderliurn wmo tery. The Hev E .1 Hateley, of the Methodist Church, conducted the burin I BefvicH MtnisrK Jei>kin Bros had charge of the funeral arrange ments. Oh ! health is wealth, and life in lony, The earth is fairer, too ; When man ia fit and well I The skies aro nl'vnys blue, So guard your lic.iltji, your joy iuarea&u, Your life from ills s...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM. LUCERNE THE WONDERFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

THE FARM. 4 LUCKRNI3 THE WONDERFUL. I K. D. Coburn writes, in tho courBe of un article in the "Autionai Land and Irrigation Journal," (U.S.A.) : -The man who, in these (lays Bays his land will not produce lucerne, n plant that will grow pretty much everywhere elne, casts n severe re flection, not only on himself, but on hiB land, his locality, nnd his State. To say that "any fool can grow lucerne" is misleading, but with fair treatment, under fairly favourable conditions, it is bringing Rood for tune to thousands of th:,sc whi know it best and use n fair intelli gence in their dealings with it. Among its fundamental requirements is a fairlj fertile soil, free from weed seeds, in good tilth, with a surface painstakingly fined, levelled, anil smoothed. There is little diilerence between successful lucerne growing and the successful growing of other crops. Poor farming never brings big crons, nor will prior land produce as largo yields nB the more fertile. Failure to leuve in the soil ...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Korong Shire Council. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

j Korong Shire Counoil, ENGINEER'S REPORT. At Uio monthly meeting of tho Korong Shire Council, held yoBtorday, tho engineer (Mr P L Edwardes) re ported as follows : - NOtiTn niDiNo. 1 Tlia K iuhI S road between Ward's iimi Mnkehjin's, noar tho chinDo!, requires forming for a length of aboub 25 chains. 2 Kocommended that about 17 chains on the Mysia and Femihursb rond bo grnvo'.led, near Evans' and Owen's. SOUTH ItlDI.XO. 3 Ha Wodderburti and Powletti rood.-This rond is scoured at several places, and should bo formed for a length of 30 chains in dotacbed por tions, 4 Korong Vale and Kinypnniel rond. -Recommend that 40 chains be formed and loarood in detached por tions, and about 7 chains of deprtssod metal crossings put) in at the water courses. 5 Have inspected the N and S Fiery Flab road from the Wedderburn and Powletb road, north to llewston's corner. It is rough and scourcd for about a mile in length in two parts, ono near the Wedderburn road and tho other from the top of the hil...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOR KEEPING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

FOK KEEPING BOTTKH. A "Header" tells OK to "Pack but ter tightly in carthem jars to with in two or thrrc inches of the top ; pack the butter tightly and closely. Cover with a 1 ayo-i of cheese cloth, then pack salt over the top an inch or two thick, ami keep a little water on top of the salt." Makiuir the farm yiulti more with out increase in acreage can he done by usini; lucerne and tilajte. These two apencies will do more to increase the capacity of the land than any 1 thing else. Of course, it is under 1 stood that the dairy cow must be kept in order to get the best returns from tic lucerne and silage. |

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Wedderburn Literary Institute. LADIES' READING ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Wedderburn .Literary Insti tute. LADIES' READING ROOM, The monthly mooting of bho com mittee of tlio above was held on Mon day night, 11th inst, (lie prosidonti (Mr E II Hunt) presiding. The monthly instalment) foi April showed that the indebtedness of tho institulion at tlio end of tho month win £41 os 2(1. Tho sub Btantiul reduction wos duo to tha grant of £100 reeoived from the Go vernment). Tlio presidonb stated that tho funds would bonefit to an extent equal to two nights' hire of tho hall, 08 a result of tlio first display of pictures by the Independent Picture Ooy and the committee in conjunction. Mr J B Steel was appointed acting treasurer, during tlm absenco of Mr Jas Treblo, In connection with the £100 grant), it wag resolved that Mr T Langdon, M L A, be written to and- thanked for his successful ndvocacj in tho institu tion's claim. Mr J B Steel brought forward a proposal for providing special reading facilities for lady members. He urged that the library should bo equipp...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Commonwealth JlfeBank of RustvaUa-. HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY VWi B*nk (i open for all claist* of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS a* EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE * kite it SyJ»V» Canberra, Adelaide, Pmh, llobart* Brfibana, H^kliampton. Towiwille, and London. . Ufchle r»ralttk#o*a mode to, and drafts drawn on 'fotslcn plac«i U»»oc. Foreign bills negotiated and . n colleoted Letters of credit Ut.ued to any jurt of the world. HIN1 neffotiate.JI or forwarded for collection iUnklriu' arid Kxchanre Hui/nesa of ever? dtrcriptlon tranaaeted within the OpmniOQ* »*a(th, I'otted Kingdom and abroad. Ourrtei aooouota op*s*L Jntertit paid 0q Axed .epMita. . AivftoaM made afalait approved securitfs*. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Wotorfan O.ntral Officii »I7 OOLLIN8 8TREKT, MELBOURNE. IfMOhM.'D the abort cltle* and 2,000 AfOnolM ftl Post OlM throughout the OflramonweaUk Doposlta from 1/- to £300. Interwt *t SX per annum. Bopoolt* or Withdrawals may be made at mj Urancb ? Agvncy within (he Commonwealt...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

-roVDDEETWKN COACH FACTOR SiaH.STEFF.T, AVCTPETtWR^ A' WTLSON, "oach Builder. General Black ~ Smith, Wheelwright AND UNDERTAKER WnnDrpI" In Town or Oonnfcry on Shortcut Uot.lco. OofJino on hAnd for tiny Kmorgoncy, aim FirBfc-olns ITc:\rnOB arid VUiiries, Tho trndo anpplled with CofTm Flttlnpa ' of Ml qtiMity, Farm WRgt'fns.rDrayn, Spring Carla faggona, (int! V.w^lc of ovory doscria on rortdo on tlio pr<Mnlnori and uhvay BtOOK. orders carefully attended to with promptness and despatch. WpJlMi.AJ'S'1117' Pr^n> mi-IT, P. J. NOON AN ~ CoaimereJ?! Motel, HIGH STREET, IVKDDEHBUSN, Having takon over N<nv and Oom aodious Premises Iutr?Jy occupied by Mr Bookhatn, begs to announce thnb tlie Hotel contains all tho latest improvements iti -workmanship, /and ranks as one. of tho boat appointed country houses in Vic torn. . The Building has been handsomely J-nmished throughout!, al! the rooms 3eing !arge""nnd well ventilated, thus iflording CNSURPASSED ACCOM MODA - . TION...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Agrioultural Notes and Queries [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Agrioultural Notes and Queries (BY GLISANKR ) A study of tlio yearly variation of soil temperatures mid iho factors which influence this variation is of interest to the practical farmer as well us to the scientific investigator. A knowledga of soil tcmpornturn ivmhlcs the cultivator to chooio tliu li.st time of the year to sow his annual crops The latest investigations rIIOW that in temperate climate", plant growth is most rapid when the soil temperature ranges from 50 to G5 deg fall. Then the tompernturo reaches freezing (32 deg) all growth ccasos. Growth incrcnse3 rapidly up to DO deg. Be tween 00 and G5 deg it does not vary much. When the soil temperature goes over 65 deg the rapidity of plant growi h diiiiiiiinbijd and iu 110 deg ceases just a» it does at freizing point, and death ensue?. Experiments iu testing soil tempera tures are being carried oat at tho Werribee mid Iiuthcrglen experi mental farms. The data from these experiments enables Mr Richardson, the Government Agricu...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Express, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. News and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

®fre fejjress, PUBLISHED EVERY Fr-mv FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. News and Notes. The monthly meeting of the Korong Shire Council was held yesterday, when a lengthy meeting resulted, The absent members were Crs Gray and Sweeney,who both forwarded apologies. Several of the subjects dealt with are noticed in our local columns, and with the exception of these and the engi neer's leport, we are unable to publish this issue any furthpr account of the council's doings. The report will appear next week. Another item unavoidably held over is an account of the Holliday-Cross wedding. At the April meeting of the Korong Shire Council, Or White drew atten tion to the proposal of the committee of management of the recreation reserve at Fenton's Oretk to fence same. He stated that a crossing over the creek was on the reserve, and if the proposed fence was erected, council would be compelled to construct a new crossing. Ha suggested that the local committee and the Lands department be written to, request...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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THE COW'S DAILY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

THE COW'S HAIL.Y WORK. The wise dairyman hoUl in mind that a good dairy cow in full milk is expending as much energy as a horse I at hard labour, and this without ces j sation for many months. We have ! learned that the harder the horse works the more grain and the less I rouglmge he must have, and the same 1 is true for the cow. Except when ! pasture is g.ood, a portion of the ' cow's provender should consist of I grain or rich concentrates, and if i she is yielding a large amount of 1 milk, i.e., wording extra hard, all 1 grain should be ground or crushed. Thr dry cow doinjr little work can sulsist on less-carf fully prepared food, aud all or most may be in the form of roughage. In feeding, the aim | should be to supplj a£ much rough ! ug-e as the cow will readily, consume, j and to this add sufficient grain or .. concentrates to keep the dige^rtiblj matter up to the-standard set by the acientifts. -Henry.

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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THE DAIRY THE POT-BELLIED CALF. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

THE DAIRY THE POT-BEU,IED CALF. A plett in favour of the pitiful, But tering, pot-bellied calf appears In one of our exchanges by Mr. T. 3. Coo per, the noted Jersey importer and breeder. Coming from a rain who is an accepted authority on cattle and who baa sol.l more animals at prices ranging from £200 to £300 a head than any other person, what he says and thinks are worthy of attention. Mr. Cooper says that the calf that is (ed lots of whole mll'c and rich grains, while it looks good anil Is making *tb« growth so much desired by the progressive owner, will in variably Iny on excessive flesh, de velop a thick neck, heavy dewltip, coarse bones, and a heevj bide. On the other hand, t.ha scrawny calf with a pot-belly, while it does not show up well in the showing, in tli« one I that gets admiration when it comes into milk. It has been his observation that calves that suffered from scours are Invariably the ones that give a good account of themselves when matured, for the simple reason...

Publication Title: Wedderburn Express And Korongshire Advertiser
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PETER'S GREAT CHANCE. Came When He Was Allowed to Address the Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

PETER'S GREAT CHANCE, Came When He Was Allowed to Address tho Jury. A doctor In a vlllngo named RovstoD ft,-id sued Peter BonnoU for is WU innir nvrrdiiu. for attending tl10 "lle si the latter. Alexander Stephens was on the Uennett side, and Robed Toombs vas for 13r. Koystoli. The doctor proved his number 01 Usits, fhclr vmSo according to local custom, and his own authority t0 T°? CJ practice, 'Mr. Stephens told Ms client that tho physician hftd made out his case and, as there wivs nothing w hcio with' to rebut or offset Ulc c\lll"',It "'^Ko/'ludfI'e?erd0 T » you t0M?.CastW"ueVPtoaid him there was nothing to say; he hniI looked to see that It was made out, and it I'eter was obstinate, and at last Mr. Stephens told him to mako a himself It he thought one could ho m"l°\vlll," said Peter Bennett, "if Bob; bv Toombs won't bo too hard on mo. ^ Toombs promised, and Peter began. "Gentlemen o£ the Jury,-*^ou at .a 1 is plain . farmers, and it wo doi t stick together these 'ere lawyers 0.1,1...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 12. CHAPTER XXXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Wedderburn Express and Korongshire Advertiser — 15 May 1914

flights RewrvilL) TH!t- ;- ' Secret Island. n story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. -4 - nv w Murray Brnydon, Author of ..Matthew Quin," "The Ours, of the Onrdews," «tc., oto. PART 12. CHAPTER XXXII.-(Continued.) The girl's Bober words bad brought Mm to earth again, nnd banished bis short-lived hopes and exultation, Ho felt lils nir-castlss tumbling about him in ruins, "It i.9 better to fnco tlio worBt," Micille continued, sndly. "There 1B no thought of danger . in the town, though the people are excited. Jnson Gore believes' these mon-of-rcnr have found the island by chance, nnd that tliey arc not sure it is the place they, are seeking. Me has already given orders that no fires fiba)] ),c lighted. The guns are massed, /md from the sea the fortress looks like a barren cliff. So the ships will probably sail around (he island for n day or two -they can't get through the outer j "cf-and when they find no trace of human occupation thoy will go away again." "Yes, I mn afraid they wi...

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