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RADICALS AND LABOUR. SPEECH AN ELECTION RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
11ADICAL8 AND LABOUR. SPEECH AN ELECTION EUSE. The " Observer" questions whether Mr Lloyd George's utterances mean all that his mnvi> excited friends imaeine. The Chancellor's statement, when ex amined, is guarded, despite the fact that he showed extreme-imprudence. " His action," says the " Observer," " appears to be ft ruse to keep the forces of Radicalism and Labour together, with a view to the next elections. The real interest of the declarations lies in the •fact that if Mr Lloyd George is to definitely lead a Radical-Socialist combi nation with a policy destructive of the Bea power of the empire there is need for a new national party to combat the peril."
A LIBERAL SPLIT. LLOYD GEORGE'S SPEECH. "NAVAL EXTRAVAGANCE." OTHER POWERS CONCERNED. London, Jan. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
A LIBERAL SPLIT. LLOYD GEORGE'S SPEECH. " NAVAL EXTRAVAGANCE." OTHER POWERS CONCERNED. > c > ;i"? London, Jan. 8. Mr Lloyd George's reference to naval extravagance and other matters in his interview at his Welsh home at Cric cieth are the subject of widespread com ment and surprise. In the meantime the Chancellor of the Exchequer is spend ing a holiday in Algiers. Unionist newspapers are making capital ■ out of the interview. They de clare that Mr Lloyd George has assumed the leadership of the Radicals. who are " dead set" against the naval policy of the First Lord of the Admiralty (Mr ■Winston Churchill). The question of whether Mr Churchill's followers will secede to the Unionists or whether they will form a new party, is being widely discussed. The " Standard" asks " Is Mr Llojd George deliberately precipitating the break-up of the Cabinet, preferring this to a collapse in the welter of the failure over Ireland. " What is Mr Lloyd George's goal; ;what situation is he engine...
IMPERSONATING A CONSTABLE [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
IMPERSONATING A CONSTABLE BEEcnwoiiTH, Saturday. — At the Bepchworth Police Court on Saturday, before Mr A. A. Kelly, P.M., Janiea Siden was charged with having aided and abetted David Frederick Jones in impersonating Constable McKeogh, of JYIyrtleford, whereby he obtained £4 from Jobn Mah'-rr- • Accused- pleaded .guilty, and was, fined .£10, with£l 15s 9d costs. " - ' —: David Frederick Jones pleaded •guilty tp a' charge of impersonating ;Constable 'McKeogh, of Myrtleford/ tod wuti fined" ^tb," with;:''i£2r'5s 9cl costs'^ .vJones: also pleaded guilty to a charge;.of having imposed on John,; Mahfir, v:and .was sentenced eo-rSS"' month's imprisonment, the sentence to be suspended on accused's personal bond of £25, and one security of £25. Mr A. "W. Foster, jun., of Melbourne, appeared for Jones. Janies Siden was subsequently ar rested by Sergeant Hanna, of Corowa, upon a. charge of having stolen £4 from the Newmarket Hotel, Corowa, the property of John Maher,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
THERE is a sure welcome for a KODAK. Get it at HUGEN'S. FOK Presents. Presents. Presents. THE POST OFFICE IS OPPOSITE. COME and-SEE. THE PRICES WILL ASTONISH YOU WATCHES for Boys,"the "-Boy's Own" Dollar Watnh. WATCHES for Girls, Dainty. Wristlets, Silver, from 7s 6'd. WATCHES for Ladies or G.eutlomen, perfect timekeepers. WATCHES for the Harvester, a strong sound watch, 8/6, 10/6, 12/6, IS/. WATCHES, Flat Gunmetal or Nickel for evening wear, 10/6, 12/6. ALBERTS, Gold-mounted Silk Ribbon, Gold, Silvprand Rolled Gold at prices to suit every pocket. SLEEVE LINKS in Gold, Silver, Enamel and Rolled Gold from 2a complete in case. REMEMBER! Every Watch carries this guarantee, which is banded to ' each purchaser:— T hereby guarantee Watch No for a period of .......... and uudertuke to repair or replace same Free of Charge, provided the watch has, been subjected to fair usage, accidents, breakages, and interference generally being specially excepted. Dated this 19 • • Signed ■ 3dod.a>!lz...
BIBLE AS EDUCTOR. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
BIBLE AS EDUCATOB. ' London. Saturday. . Viscount Bryoe, formerly British Am bassador to America, iB a firm believer in the good influence of the bible on natio nal life. He delivered an address at the con ference of educational associations at the University of London, and entered a warm plea for Bible teaching. He ex pressed regret that knowledge of the Bible was declining among all classes of the community. " I struck the same thing in the United States," declared Viscount Bryce. " It would be a great misfortune for great .Britain if a generation of children grew up without knowing the Bible. It would mean an incalculable i Iosb from an educational standpoint alone."
THE MINERS AND CHARITY. GREAT SOUTHERN MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
THE MINERS AND CHARITY. I GREAT SOUTHERN MINE. Very few persons knew to the extent that miners employed in our large alluvial mines contribute to the district charities. It is the practice of the management to stop a small sum from each pay of the men em ployed. The distribution of the ac cumulated fund at the Great Southern Mine for tho year 1913 has taken place. Mr T. E. Thomas, mine manager, has handed us the following list showing the amount each institu tion received, also total amount:— £ s. d. Corowa Hospital... .. 29 0 0 Wangaratta Hospital ... 16 10 0 Beech worth Hospital ... 7 0 0 Beech worth Benevolent Asylum ... ... 4 0 0 Ruthorglen Ladies Benevo lent Society... ... ,5 0 0 Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital ... ... 2 2 0 £63 12 0 These amounts make a very nice Christmas box for the different institu tions.
THE OMEO ARREST. MAN UNLIKE SPARKS. POLICE ADMIT MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
THE OMEO ARREST. MAN UNLIKE SPARKS. POLICE ADMIT MISTAKE. The man who was arrested at Oraeo on suspicion of being the gaol-breaker, John Henry Sparks, who escaped from Pentridge on July 3rd, 1901, appeared before Mr Cohen, P.M., ui the City Court on Saturday, was, on the request of the police, discharged from custody. Tho man who had given his name as Edward 3'Neil, denied that he was Sparks, and said that his true name was Janie.s Albert Griffiths. —a—
BOWLING. RUTHERGLEN v. COROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
BOWLING. RUTHERGLEN v. COROWA. The following rinks haTe been chosen to represent Rutherglen in a match against Corowa on the local green on 'Wednesday, coinmenciag at 8 o'clock :— EdmondBon (capt.), Edgar, C. Ready, Berryman. Dr. Bush (capt.), Stewart, Hugen, Strong. Dr Harris (capt.), Robins, Pateraon, Welshman. Ready (capt.), Hallidas', Hughes, Jeft'ers. Emergencies : Brown, Burch, Kiornan. Always Open.—" The Door That Al ways Opens' is the title of the latest illustrated booklet issued by Dr. Bar nardo's Homes. It contains the life stories of a day's admissions told in a very readable fashion. For nearly half a century the door of Dr. Bamardo's Homes has opened to all destitute chil dred. Many of them come in a pitiable condition —afflicted, suffering and miser able. 78,000 children have passed through the door, and the majority of them have been trained in various ways to take their place as useful citizens and as supporters of the flag in the dominions beyond the seas. But thin...
MUBBAY ROWING ASSOCIATION. 53rd ANNUAL REGATTA. A BIG MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
MUBBAY ROWING ASSOCIA TION. ^ 53hd ANNUAL REGATTA. A BIG MEETING. New Year's Day 1914 broke fine and clear, and old So] did not send his rays down too severe, making the day a splendid one for an outins, especially on the waterside of the . lake, well shaded with majestic gum trees. As in previous years, many resi dents heralded the New Year by I holding a picnic at the' lnka and made provisions for the speeding of an en joyable day, and had busli houses "'erected or a fine canvas tent. Those who made these provisions weire early visitors to the lake, and the casual visitors, who arrived about noon, . could see that there were many family re-uniong taking place. Since the holding of the first regatta on the lake it has been a re *nion ground, or in other words a •eries of picnic parties, with a fine acquatic programme added. Time has not robbed the gathering any of its popularity ; in fact each - year the gathering is becoming more popular, and the attendances are im proving. Thursd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
Agents for tl\e Canada Cycle & Motor Co. Ltd Touring Oars on Hire BRITISH BOILT "RUSSELL" CURS GUARANTEE DIRECT FROM TUB MAKERS TO THEIR MELBOURNE WORKS, or Simplicity, Ease, Comfort, Power, Flexibility, and Climbing thev are unsurpassed. fi8pect New Model R 4-cylinder before deciding otherwise you'll miss something good NOTE THIS.—One of our Model R RUSSELL HIRING CARS has travelled 30,000 miles around Corowa and Rnther^len districts, at times on some of the worst road« in N.S.W. and Victoria, ami is still running as well as ever.^ . — ToTirii*-® Oars on. — Car Repairs! of eYery description exeauted by Competent Mechanics. Car Tyres and Tubes Repaired and Vulcanized on Shortest Notice. IN CYCLES WE STOCK— MASSEY-HARRIS, RED BIRD, IMPERIAL, RUBY RIM, &C., and build to order B.S.A. and Pattern and other makes from £7 10s upwards. SECONDHAND CYCLES, all makes, from £5 upwards. BRAZING, FITTING IN NEW BARS, and all other Repairs, &e, Lamps, Petrol, Oils, Grease,...
RUTHERGLEN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
RUTHERGLEN SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary mooting of the above council was held on Saturday last. Pre sent: The President (Cr Gruhnm), and Ors Smith, Hiakinx, Seymour, Gullifer, Burrowcs, Median, Doolan, Prentice, McLaurin, and Morris. The minutes of the provious meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONEENCE. From the Department of Lands and Survey, asking if the council has any objection to the purchase of a road in the Parish of Lilliput.—Cr Gullifer moved that the council offer no objection. Se conded by Or Meehan and carried. From Department of Home Affaire, with reference to the request to be granted a lease of portion of the old customs property at Wulieunyah, and asking for further particulars of the property required.—Attended to. From tha Department of Lands and Survey, stating that it had been decided to retain portion (about 7 acres) of the Wahgunyah Gravel Reserve, as a site for the supply of road-making materia). —Received. From the Department of Lands and Survey, statin...
IN THE SAME BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
IN THE SAME BOAT. i "Wo got some sari cases," said tlio attendant at the Lump ton Lunatic Asylum to the interested visitor, and opened the door of the first cell. Inside was a mafi, sitting on a three-legged stool, gazing vacantly at the wall. "His is an unhappy story," said the attendant. "He was in low with a-girl, but she married another man and he lost his reason from grief." They stole out softly closing the door behind them, and proceeded: to the next inmate. - This cell was thickly padded, and the man within was stark staring mad. "iV4i0'inquired t he visi tor,! 'jThis ? " repeated the attendant, "Tyis is the other man."
BEECHWOTH RACES. The annual races were held at Beechworth on Thursday. Results:— [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
BEECHWOTH RACES. , The annual races were held at Beech worth on Thursday. Eesults i— Maiden Plate. Five furlongs.—•Billy Bawn, 1; ' Five Star, 2; Song -Bird, 3. Blaz and Lady Avon also ran. Betting: Evens Billy Bawn, 2 to 1 agst Lady Avon, 3 to 1 agst Song Bird. Pony Race. Four furlongs.—Alma Mao", 1; Lord Argyle, 2. Betting ; 6 to 4 on Alma Mac. New Year Handicap. One mile.— Polly Brown, 1 j Lady Skopos,-2. .Only; starters. Betting : 6 to 4 on Polly Brown.; Trial Handicap. Six furlongs.—Mitox,' ; 1; Andy Moor,.2. Only, starters. J Bets ting: 4 to 1 on Itbilox.' : " Pony Bace, for -14.2 ponies. Four furlongs. Glenda, 1; Rendezvous, 2 ; • F2,8. Alma Mac also ran. Betting: 5 to 4 on Glenda, 2 to -1 agst Rendez-. vous, 5 to 1 agst F2, 20 to 1 agst Alma Mac. "' ' Welter Handicap. Seven furlongs.— Wilderness Maid, 1; Devoninr, 2. Only starters. Betting: 6 to 4 on Devonier. evens Wilderness Maid. > Flying Handicap. Six furlongs.—Safe shot, 1; Miss Daphne, 2. Only starters. Betting: 4 t...
EARNED BY HER INGENUITY. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 6 January 1914
EARNED BY HRR TNT&lt;TENTUTTY. ■' f Tjw^eo'iStcsso ete-itartcl. the wcll known novelist who writeS 'iindor the name of "Gyp," ha.s a pretty wil . She was on one occasion ' Ui in" •at a charity lmzzaar in V-:r'x.: to which ca,mp Baron Ttofhschi'i! .-is a. visitor. The. writer immediately pressed him to buy something. "What am T to buy?" sa-d the wealthy nobleman. "You.liny no thing I want. Stay, I have an idea. Sell mo your autograph. T should like that." . Without delay the lady took a piece of notepaiK'r and wrote : "Received from Baron Rothschild the sum of 1,000 francs for charily. GYP." The Baron read, handed over the money willingly, and departed, well pleased witli the comtess's ingenuity