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FASHION HINTS FOR MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

FASHION -HINTS FOR MEN. . The fashion of wearing a high price tag on one's coat for a day. or two after purchasing new clothes contin ues to be popular with absent-minded men. The same air of complacency should be worn with a hired dress suit as with one that you own yourself or owe your tailor for. With the cost of food products so high, it is considered vulgar ostenta tion for a gentleman to wear egg or other traces of his morning repast on his waistcoat. Ties that are birthday gifts from fond relatives are rarely worn more than once or twice, and then only oh informal occasions, such as fixing the furnace, shovelling snow, etc. In the temporary absence of one's watch or diamond ring it is not in good taste Jto let— the--tisket protease — even slightly ' from the pocket.

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Unmasking a Rogue. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

Unmasking a Rogue. I By Waiter Rothwell/ The girl who sat on one side of the fireplace was quitfe young, with sleek, brown hair plainly and neatly coiled behind her small, beautifully-shaped head. Her large, grave eyes and the almost solemn expression of her face reminded one of the Puritan maiden Evangeline. Her companion might also have come from the New England States — but of a later period. The healthily-tanned skin on his thin but firm . cheeks, the broad, determined jaw, and the defiant carriage of his short-cropped head betokened the man who had fought his way through life — the pioneer -and carver of his fortune in a new land. 'You have no idea how thankful I am that you have returned, Frank,' the girl said, softly. 'I am only an adopted daughter, but I had grown to love your father as if I were really akin to him. ' It hurt me so to hear him asking for you, forgetting in his illness all that had happened in twelve long years.' The young man leaned forward, his arm on his k...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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National Disasters. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

National Disasters. Mr. Will Crooks has been giving his J Coronation experiences. One gorgeously arrayed gentleman — Mr. Crooks thinks he was a duke — said to him: 'Ah, Mr. Crooks, you think we never have any troubles, don't you?' 'What's the matter now?' Mr. Crooks asked. ; 'I've just, lost the buckle off my shoe,' was the worried reply. 'That's, nothing to my trouble,' Mr. Crooks assured him. 'I've just bro ken my bootlace!' When Horace Greeley, left the 'Tri- bune' office one day he put a card on his office door: , 'Will Return at Three O'clock.' He got back about . two, however, and as he' was about to enter the room he 'caught sight of the' notice. Then he sat down on a chair in the hall and I .waited for himself till three! 1

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IBSEN PUZZLED HIMSELF. Left Critics to Explain Meaning of His Plays. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

IBSEN PUZZLED HIMSELF. Left Critics to Explain Meaning of H is Piays. As every other great author, Ibsen was perpetually asked to explain what he meant by his plays. Just as per petually he pretended not to know. 'Somebody,' he once said, 'will one day come and tell me what I do mean. The critic is always ready to see a double meaning in everything. In 'A Doll's House,' for example, there is the scene in which Nora enters, followed by a porter carrying a Christ mas tree. Nora takes her purse and gives the porter a shilling instead of. the usual sixpence. A Swedish cri tic, if you please, found a symbolic meaning in the act. Nora, he thought, was a Socialist, who desired to equal ise wealth, and Ibsen was a Socialist propagandist!' 'You- never notice anything,' Ibsen once said to a friend. 'For instance, you don't remember at this moment the color of the wallpaper in your own bedroom. But when I enter a strange room I notice the very small est details. Nothing escapes me. Yes, I see ...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Bremner's Restoration. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

rHremner's Restoration. ' ^'7 a By G. Addipon. The rain fell with a steady- insist- ence that not only imparted a drab -aspect to the great metropolis, but also reduced the wretched Embank ment wanderers to the verge of de spair. Huddled together on the benches or crouched under arches, they stared out with sullen eyes at the rain-washed pavements which for them stood in the light of home. The driving rain of that storm swept night brought in its wake a r hint - of suicide. The river,' flowing sullenly, along the Embankment's side, : . suggested' in its insistent gurgle a swift road leading from want and , misery to a real forgetfulness and peace. i'lt's got to come to that,' mutter ed James Bremner, shivering beneath the damp. 'It's got to- come to that, so why not to-night? There's no — : room in this Pharisaic city for the . discharged , convict. Who'll give a job to a man fresh from Portland? , Not a soul. Wife dead! Child gone - —Heaven knows where! What is there .to 'Iive for?...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

STRATFORD rtowia - igow | AND COMPETITIONS. Kusical, Fancy 'Work and Cooking-. Sale of Work, Etc. November 1 and 2*. (Afternoon and Erening). Proceeds in aid of the funds of the GIsnrcli of England, Stratford. . Admission, 6d. Write for- a Prize List. J KOSSKS BARTLETT k RICHARDSON : FOB 1 STY LIS! I VSESSHAK1KG Ml- MILLINERY. Corner Tyers and Raymond Streets,. STRATFORD. Choice Assortment of Trimmed Millinery, also Straws, Flo-rrers, Ribbons and Trimmings of all Descriptions. Ladies' own Materi«l made up -in the Latest Stylo. Charges very moderate in all departments. SALE SPORTS DEPOT RAYMOND ST , SALE, For all Sporting Goods. CRICKET, TENNIS, GOLF, ETC. B.L. GUNS from £1 15s. High Grade FISHING TACKLE. 'EXPRESS' Gun Cartridges. B. CHERRY, Proprietor. If you Want A Refreshing Cup of Tea, or an Iced Drink ^ Just drop in to — v HICKMAN'S where your wants can be supplied. ICE CBflSAM A SPECIALITY. Pastry and Cake?. Hot Pies and Coffee every Saturday. Best Quality Goods only at Lowest ...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

OBITUARY. It is with sincere regret that we re cord the death of an old and highly respected resident of Stratford in the person of the late Mrs. Mary Chandler, aged 75 years, who, after an illness of three weeks' duration, passed peace fully away on Friday morning last, surrounded by the members of her j family, by whom she had baen tenderly j cared for and is now deeply mourned, j The deceased lady was a native of -County Meath. Ireland, and came to Australia at the age of 21 years. A few month after landing in the coun try she was married to Mr. Thomas Chandler. The young coup'e settled in Stratford 54 years ago, where Mrs Chandler has since lived, her husband haying p re-deceased her by 21 years Seven sons and two daughters are left to mourn the loss of a good and loving mother, and to them we ex tend our sincere sympathy. The family consists of Constable John S. Chandler, Stratford ; David, Patrick, and Robert Chandler, Stratford ; Thomas and Joseph Chandler,. Bairns- dale; Wil...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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STRATFORD CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

STItATFOKD CRICKET CLUB. ? » ? The annual meeting of- the above club was held at Thomson's hotel cn on Tuesday last, but owing to the in clemency of the weather the at tendance was not as large as usual. The secretary read the report and balance-sheet, which showed the fi nances ' to be satisfactory. The club started tne season witn a debit balance of £7 4s 6d, and notwith standing the heavy expenses in con nection with drag hire, material, and entertaining visiting and local players during the season, the committee not only wiped off the deficit, but have a email credit balance to start this season with. The report showed that for the first time in thirty years the club was successful in winning the Senior District Competition, for which a trophy had been donated by Mr Wardrop, of Colling wood. The club was also -successful in winning the E. O. Francis Challenge Cup for .the third time in four seasons, thereby again becoming holders of the Cup for 1911 and 1912. The following gentl...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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BOISDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

BOISDALE. A (From our own Correspondent.) Much advancement has been made since the subdivision of the . Boisdale Estate for Closer Settlement purposes. Amongst the new settlers are men from England, Scotland, and Denmark, some of whom have had to begin their new life under canvas, but we believe the contract has been accepted for 15 new eottages, so we expect to see the new arrivals situated in ? more comfortable homes ere long. - The attendance at the loc&l school has grown considerably of late., In the township there ? are three new cottages and one shop in the course of erection, all of which augurs well for the future of Boisdale. We might mention that some of the new cottages are already let, although a long way from com pletion. The beet sown by the Government is, on the whole, not very well ad vanced, although some 17 men have al ready arrived for the purpose of thhu. ning it, and are at present camping in some 30 tents, erected by the Govern ment. Sixty more men are ...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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SEASIDE SIGHTS. AT SAN REMO. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

SEASIDE SIGHTS. ? ? ' ? A Ax Sax Remo. (By- /as. V. Mechan, Dutson.) 1 The. daj has been calm .but. cold' You «re standing under the shadow of b igh beetling cliffs, large fragments of which He strewn upon the shore. Across tbe pa sage 'stands Cape , T^oolamai (the Gibraltar of Australia) a bold gianite headland, whos-e tower . ing cliffs are . perpetually throwing up ' the white flag of distress ' — the spray of the evcrreatless and indomi tab e ocean. To the east, through the gathering gloom, Cape Patterson can be discer ned. Bat tbe tide has now turned ' The blackening wave is edged with white''; the seabirds screech, as they fly to their rocky homes, in joyous chorus with the rising wind and sea. Leagoe upon league of rollers sweep towards the land and angrily dash themselves to fragments on the rocks. Some, mere fortunate, slide np tbe yellow sands and deposit shells, varied in form and color*. Others, more dating still, rnsk up the sloping face of the cliffs ia sheets of silve...

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CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

CONCERT. ~ I W The last of a series of popular con certs that have been held during the winter months at the Parish Hall, in aid of the Rectory Building Fund, was held on Monday evening last, when the building was crowded by a' most appreciative audience. In the absence of Rev. W. T. Prentice the chair was occupied by Mr T. S. Knig'it. The following programme was rendered, every item being well, received : — Dnet, ' The Shepherd's Evening Song,' Misses Nedwell and, Carter ; song, ' My Ain Folk,' Miss itnight ; song, ' In the Valley' of Shenandoah,' Miss Keam ; recitation, ' The Alarm,'. Miss D. Reeves; song, ' Whisper my Name to Nell,' Mr R. Jones ; recita tion, 'The Dandy Fifth,' Mr Camp bell; song, ' The Three Country Men,' Mr Knight ; song, ' The Soldier Boy,' Master L. Curran ; song, 'In a Gon dola,' Miss Nedwell ; instrumental trio, Miss Carter, Mr W. Adams, and Master W. Carter; song, ' Molly Morgan,' Mr T. Reeves ; recitation, ' The In ventor's Wife,' Miss Thomson; recita tio...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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DUTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

DUTSON. : ? ? ^ ? r— ? (Irc)i5~our ^wn^CTiTSS^cudect.} ' . lisst Easter the Dutson people bad ? ~42ie misfortune to lose their hall 5 ^through fire. Fortunately it was in jured for a sum sufficient to supply ihe material. With commendable enterprise the. loeal residents resolved to rebuild it -themselves. Mr J. Turner M'Naugh 4on, a fully qualified tradesman was appointed foreman and never was a Ifeand of workeis happier in their selec -tioo of a leader. The work proceeded vigorously ?©wing to the active organisation of 1 -£fceir energetic secretary Mr T. J. Cai r The building which comprises a amain hali ' 35 x 25, with porch and - -three rooms at tbe side, was completed in three weeks. It is lined and ceiled throughout, and the floe r is a capital ,«ne for dancing parpoiea. The opening was ce'cbraied a fort night ago by a social, but the night tamed ont very stcrmy, militating Against tbe attendance. However a amost enjoyable time was spent trip ping the light fantastic. During an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

Startling / - irJ V--: ? : w ? ? ,'L ? ? ^3 r,-Xo. -7$ ?, Annoi incement __ - ' ; -^sasM^sar ss&^as^iBBassswis^p r ~-£V V . ^ ^ ^ L' -j''-'1-*! -i'* '? A*. ? . 1 « i ? : _' . . . '. ? ..*-** : . . '*.-?*(? .'.-; .- r^1 ? ? ? -,1 ? -??- ? ~ ? .' ?_ v ? :' -- ' ' ' ' * ''? ? ' ? Ihe™ ' ' HAS NOT AF FECTED THE^ F3ICES OF GOODS AT THE. WELL r£lfOWN KAYMOI*I- STilEtfiT SIORE. ??- ? -. ? ! ?' ' ' ??'- ??' ?. : '???? .-??%' ; : ' ???;:« : ? ? ??'; r--; '*?-?; V-V:/ ?*''??;?/. ' -vr7.v.' .y''- ??'_? ' V -v4:^V; -. _ ~ ? ...? \ - ?-?'?. v- . .._? ??. .- ? -; /??. ??'vv- ?.?.'? - SlirV/MER SEASON 1011. -« j 'r 5- ? **?:-' v- '.v. i '?? '. ?* *?'. . ? tfc- V' - ' - ' ' '.??'? ? ???. A LAF.ICE ASSORTMENT OF ZEPHYRS (Plain: and ' ? ' S irl pe&), DELAINES, VOILEs, CAMBRICS, TAFFETA, / % . - -CREPON, CREPE MERLE, ETC. . v, * ;'**??.?-?.. .???.' '????..' ? ?-? ? . ?- ? ?' s ^ 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ? - - ? -**\ r ? - . _ . '5? ;-vwv-'.-.r*f?r'. -'it...... v . ...i:-., ' i-. ? ? . ; ' '' 7'' -'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

LOOK ft . ? ? 1 . ... V- V * f ?--? S ? ? S. & F. BOUCHER, General Merchants ' ' 'V ; sT'' ? .? ' ?; ? ? ' ? .»' . ' * ? Stratford. V 'ij: rT^'': ' c WVv vieat v ' v ^ '? - v ^'rS,y :V;- ?'/'??? Pioneer Stores. ESTABLISHED 1857 And Still Going Strong. .v-. -:j. ;???:..????? . ? ... .? ?:.??'?. .'?.: ;v. ???? ??- ???? ? ???? . - ?????????'. r : ' ^ WE CARRY FULL STOCKS OF DRAPERY, GROCERY, IRONMONGERY, BOOTS AND SHOES j Wf CROCKERY, CHAFF, GRAIN, PRODUCE AND BUILDING MATERIALS* ? ,--' - __L—±. ? J ? ? f f'- New and Ghoiee Summer -'? - \. Dress Goods . ?/ In Plain, Striped and Figured Voiles, Resildas, Orepsno, Delaines, 'Prints. ;? i and Muslins. ? - Millinery A Specialty. ? 'V7'e pay particular attention to this line, and Guarantee our Millinery to be ?..???-- np-to-date and excellent in finish. v ' Once tried you will not go elsewhere for this line. ? _?},;:?? yr-Tr- ' TRY BOUCHER'S We stock a Cream Separator that we know is a good article. Over 150 selling, weekly in Victo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

6RIAG0L0NG HOTEL Fbank Bail, Proprietor. Only the Best Brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits Stocked. First Class Accommodation for Visitors and Travellers. BmjABD Room. Good Staslisg. Moderade Tariff. ; SWAN HOTEL, STRATFORD. j' A. C. THOMSON, Proprietor. | Visitors and Travellers can rely on se [ curing first-class accommodation at l this well-known, old-established house. j The Best Brands of Ales, Wines. Spirits and Cigars kept. Commodious Sample Rooms# STRATFORD—*: — HOTEL. ! TYERS STREET. ? Mrs. Eunlea, Licensee. All reliable brands of Ales, Wines and Spirits kept in Stock. Excellent Accommodation for, Visitors and Boarders. Good Stabling. Moderate Charges. HAIRDKESSING AMD BILMARD SAlOOBf. Geo. E. Adams, DIXON STREET, STRATFORD. A Large and Varied Assortment of Pipes, Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes and all Smokers'- Requisites. I First- Class Barber always in attendance. One of Allcocks' Best Billiard Tables, v fitted with Imperial Low Cushions. L. POOLE, RAYMOND ST., STRATFORD. CAR...

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DARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

DAItGO. w t — . ' ? I (From our own correspondent). The annual Catholic ball and con ':-=ceri held recently was a pronoanced .^success. A stiong contingent of ??visitors from Stratford, Maffra, Tab Iterabera and sui rounding districts helped to add zest to the proceedings -and altogether a most enjoyable time iras spent. A substantial sum should rasuit. Shearing will begin next week and ihe clip promises to be a heavy one. 3iav&bing percentages were also high, $he past season being especially favor able to the hill country. .Land values, which experienesd a ?temporary check daring the dry sea sons, are again on the up grade, : Btsreral pro peri ies in the district arecestly changing hands at substan tial figures.

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AVON MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

-JVT02ST MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. ? I ^ ? ? ? ? ! ' Competitions for yoang people of the Avon Mutual Improvement Associa tion were fcei'd in the parish hall on i 'Wednesdy evening, 4tli inst.' Parents ?f«Eeral!y, dif-played little or no inter est in the proceedings, if they are to 1e jedged by their attendance — or TWinfc cf it. Neither were the entries ? annmerou?. However, tne nan was -well filled, and most of the items Iceenly contested, and of such a high .atfendard as to draw from the jridge, in several instances, complimentary re marks. Mr Chas. Daley, head ^teacher of the Sale State school, ?acted as judge, and gave all round satisfaction. Handsome certificates Tnrere awarded as first and second -prizes, and were greatly admired, following is the list of- awards : — Recitation (und^r 17) ' Waterloo' 'Slsirjorie Nedwell, 1 ; one competitor. Recitation (under 12) ' The Grey Swan,' Jim Galway, 1, 35 points ; Jean Keam, 2, 32 points. Song, own selection (under 17), ILeonai...

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DAIRYING. INVESTIGATIONS OF METHODS OF MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

dairying. INVESTIGATIONS OF METHODS OF MILKING. Professor F. W. Woll, of the University »f Wisconsin, reports in Bulletin No. 9(5 the results of a thorough investigation of methods of milking. The following' is ? summary of the investigations reported in this bulletin : 1. The milking experiments conducted by the writer were made partly with cow« in our universitv herd, and nart.lv witk cows m twelve cfiffereni; Wisconsin dairy herds. _ The aim in all cases was to : ascertain the gain in the production of milk and butter fat obtained by a system of manipulation of the udder after the regular milking was finished (Hegelund method) ; where the regular milker did aot milk clean, the gain obtained by clean milking together with manipulation of the - udder was ascertained.. The plan of the experiments was therefore such as t* show the character of the work done by the different milkers: 2. In our university herd the average daily production of milk from 24 cows waa increased by 4.5 per c...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

CORRESPONDENCE. w ? 10 THE EDITOa, ? Sir, — In a report by Dr. Cameron, published in the ' Argus ' this week, re the Boisdale beet farms, it was stated that excellent work is being done. How excellent the work is can be seen by anyone who cares to driven through Boisdale to see this object lesson in beet culture. Farmers are charged £2 10s per acre 'for' putting in their erops in such a ?way as to ensure at least a partial ?failure. The ground has been badly 'ploughed to begin with, and no attempt has been made to break up the sods. Dr Cameron says, with evident pride, that the ground has been harrowed four f times. I do not doubt that the hawows have-been over the ground four times, but that does not necessarily mean that the ground is harrowed. In most cases there was so much rubbish on the ground that the harrows could not ... break into the sod more than ;m inch. No attempt has been made to get the grass off and thus give the harrows a ehance. What chance has beet to give a reas...

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STRATFORD RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 20 October 1911

STRATFORD RIFLE CLUB. ^deal weather prevailed on Thursday, 12th inst., -when the above club opened Cjc season's shooting by holding a pic ; aue and ladies' day on the local range, and u most enjoyable afternoon was spent. Tlie weather conditions were -somewhat against shooters, as a choppy ?wind blew in gusts, but on the whole the scoring was good. A match was nreu at tiie 4(jyyas. orange, 10 shots to count. The name of | «ach competitor was enclosed in an J envelope, and these were drawn by th » ladies present, the prizes going to tl- jd ladies drawing the two highest* scor- *s in the first and second class shots. aresult was as follows : — Fikst Class. ~H. Hickman, 47, h'd'c'p 3, total 50 1 ~W. Bartlctt, 49, scratch .. . . 2 Skcojtd Cl*ss. ^ .A. Murphy, 43, hdep 0, total 49 . . 1 =C. Stewart, junr., 46, scratch. . . 2 - Mrs Stewart and 'Miss Stewart drew' -fhe names in the first class, and Mrs Xcam and Miss Bartlett the second class jumcs. At the conclusion of the shoot at ?400yds...

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