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Loyalty Costs £10. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Loyalty Costs £10. The war will not be won by pageants or noisy demonstrations on the Stock Exchange,- but it will be won with men and money. Both are urgently needed at this most critical stage of the campaign, and families can supply money as well as men. No loyal person with £10 should hesitate to pay that price now. A £10 war bond will exhibit loyalty to the best traditions of the British race. It will pay for at least two rifles. It is a dangerous thing, when you ' have let slip an unfortunate remark, to try to cover up the blunder. i Mis. G. was talking with the wife of a prominent solicitor about her son's choice .of a profession. "I don't want him to be a lawyer," she said. "Why not?'""said the solicitor's wife. "I think there is nothing much finer than the legal profession for a bright boy." - "Well," said Mrs. G., bluntly, "a lawyer has to tell so many lies." Then it dawned on her that she was talking to the wife of a lawyer, so she hastily added: "That is-er-to I be a goo...
Honoring a Departing Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Honoring a Departinj Soldier. On Monday evening last, Private' W. Wigg, of Bright, whocamefc: final leave, was entertained atV Hall by the Soldiers' Farewell Co~ and presented with a memeatoofi and regard. Dancing formed fe source of amusement, and interval in the proceedings, Cx Q. R. Abraham (president ofths' was introduced and asked to pet'" ceremony. During the course ?' remarks, Councillor Abraham high tribute to the good qualilia-': guest, and trusfed that his car" soldier would be a successful one,' the conclusion he would reiu:: > to his native town. Private Vfisi" a suitable and happy respon-i, £.? which he thanked the company^ honor accorded him, and the for their gift. Dancing was then.':'; and at midnight refreshments, [.' by the committee, were sem>j added very materially to the of the evening. Mr Bruckner i" dance musio of a high standaru.f usual, the duties of il.C. v.-erecosi-'. discharged by Mr A. MiUs.
THE EFFECT OF SURROUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
THE EFFECT OF SURROUNDINGS The ideals and beliefs that gradual ly become part of a man's nature ore studiously described in a book, "Child and Country," by Will Levington Com fort. Speaking of early training in a big city, the author says "The city, intolerable as it is in itself-in its very nature against the growth of the body and soul of man after a certain time- is nevertheless the chief of those urging forces which shall bring us to simplicity and naturalness at the last. Man hood is built quite as much by learn ing to avoid evil as by cultivating the; aspiration for the good. "Just as certainly os there are thousands suffering for the freedom of spaces, far advanced in a losing fight of vitality against the cruel ten sion of city life, there are whole races of men who have yet to come and pass through this terrifying com plication of the crowds, which brings a refining gained in no other way. "A great leader of men who has never met the crowds face to face is inconceivable. He...
About Our Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
About Our Soldiers, ! 1 PRIVATES W. J. Fc/LTO..: 0f R., & Geo. Robertson, of Por'epunWk home la SI week end for a coaol. Altogether 10 member* of ci / John, A.O.F., Bright, hav^S fir active semen, these b^in^o-^1 V. G. Tracy. M. K. Forrally'g* house, a. K-ior. w. .J. Vi£ Paul, and Gunner F. \y q F'fe Privates F. B. Metcalfo. J. n' p and N. H. M'Millan hav0 bc6n'yHf: iftiivn. From the five lidT, the CJvenB and Murray Di.^rjof ?! hers have taken up arm9 j0 to v their country. ."!£' It is estimated that IOOOIHm K have been killed, wounds ,,r or are raiesing in the EironlT'1 Russia has been the heaviest iV.. '^ France second. British !o«,^In timated as follow:-Dew 20500) v-V '.ured and missing, 107 o00- «.£ probably, 1,000,000. ' ' Kv' The censor occasionally strike/, phrased letters from Absent inT^ their friends at home. Oae .oldi.'" bad seen sufficient of the war t&lt;' no illusions left about it relative :-"Dear Aunt,-This , t dinary war. It's a fair cox- ? a"j;| t e...
Second Infantry Brigade Comforts Depot Knitting Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Second Infantry Brigade Comforts Depot Knitting Competition. The knitted comforts for the above competition were judged at the depot rooms, in The Block, yesterday after noon, by Mesdames Masson, Fuller "ton and Chadwick. The entries were ail exceptionally good, and will be of great value to our soldiersi The hon. I secretary desires to express grateful 1 thanks of the committee to the edi tors of papers for their kindness in , inserting notices for bringing our i needs before the public from time to time, and they wish particularly to I thank the country readers for their generous reply to the request for en tries. The prize-list is as rollows: - First, socks, No. 33, Mrs. A. Howe, Shepparton; second, Miss Marjorie Wren, No. 107. E., S. and A. Bank, I Collins-street; third, Mrs. G. I. Hoop | er. No. 75. Ballarat-road, Footscray. Scarf.-Mrs. C. W. Wren, No. 101, E., S. and A. Bank, Collins-street. Balaclava.-Miss R Stuart, No. 12, 112 Park-street, South Yarra. Biggest entry-Miss Ell...
ESTIMATING DISTANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
ESTIMATING DISTANCES. Readers must have noticed how dif ferent things look on a return journey from what they did on setting out. The scout must make himself familiar with both points of view, and keep looking back as he advances, so that on the return journey he will in no sense feel lost. Estimating the distance objects are away from him is another important duty of the scout, and in most armies prepared cards marked to a scale ar rived at by experiments are used. The rifle, too, is used for this purpose. The scout slips out the bolt and gaz"s down the bore. He has learned be forehand that a man on horseback is just contained within the circle of tho barrel when 300 yards distant. Again, he knows that at. roughly 600 yards a mounted man takes up hair the diameter, and so on; the smaller the man and horse the greater the distance away, that distance being easily calculated by dividing up the diameter of the rifle barrel.
SEVENTY-EIGHT TIMES AROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
SEVENTY-EIGHT TIMES AROUND THE WORLD. There is a man in London at present who has travelled from Vancouver to London fifty-one times. As it is upwards of 10,000 miles there and back, this man has travelled over half a million miles in this way, or to the moon and back and then around the world. But though this seems a big feat for one lifetime, there is a retired commander of the Cunard Line who has crossed the Atlantic no fewer than 550 times, making 1,876,000 miles, or four times to the moon and back! Or, to put it another way, seventy-eight times around the world at the equator! Yet these records, wonderful though they seem, sink into insignifi cance when compared with the jour neys every human being on the globe takes in the span of threescore years and ten. The globe travels around the sun once a year, a journey, roughly, of 540,000,000 miles-as the crow flies! To this yearly journey add the daily journey on the spinning globe of 24,000 multiplied by 365, a total of S,760,000, ...
Patriotic Entertainment [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Patriotic Entertainment THERE was only a moderate attendance at Victoria Hall on Wednesday evening, when the usual monthly entertainment was held under the auspices of the local patriotic committee. Prior to commencing the brass band, under Bandmaster Rayner. played a number of selections in the street The programme presented proved a most interesting and vaiied one, and was accorded well-merited" praise- The first part took the form of variety, and in this each artist was a great success. Special recognition is due to Mr. Reg Moore for his four items; Mr C. G. Goodman for his two comic songs ; and Mr SimP50", for his character sketches. The accompaniments were played by Mrs Monks and Miss Carmody, and gave general satisfaction. The second part was provided by the Porepunkah Dramatic Club, when they staged the farce, " My turn next." The cast of characters, with the exception of the inclusion of Mr B Gladstone, was the same as that staged at Porepunkah last year. The'reputatiou gain...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
A Simple Home Recipe that Restores Qrey or Faded Hair without the use of Dyes Anyone can restore tlielr grey or faded hair to Its natural color, stim ulate its growth, and make it soft and glossy, with this simple recipe, which they can mix at home. To 1% 07. of Rejuveni Compound add loz. of Bay Rum, shaking well together; then add sufficient water to make 10 02 (1% pints). These can be pur chased from any chemist at little cost. Apply to roots of the hair every night until natural color Is restored. This mixture is not sticky or greasy; does not darken the scalp, and does not rub off. It will make a grey haired person look 10 to 20 years younger. Almost every chemist has these ingredients in stock, or can easily get them for you from the wholesalers. S. H. Henshall, Chemist, 426 Clar endon-street, South Melbourne. Coun try orders a specialty. All latest American, French and,London Toilet Preparations stocked. Goods sent per return post, packed free from obser vation. A trial solici...
DISTRICT NEWS. POREPUNKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
DISTRICT NEWS. POREPUNKAH. THE annual meeting of the Porepunks!. Patriotic committee was held in the Hal on Monday evening; Mr C. G. Goodnja-, president, in the chair. Tha minutes of last annual meeting having been rear! and confirmed, the secretary, Miss Hudson, submitted the balance-sheet, and president his report, for the year ending February 28th, 1917, which were ie ceived and adopted on tho motion of Messrs Cornish and Rayr.er. Election of officers resulted :-Mr C. G Qoodmnv, president (re-elected); Mies Hudson, hon sec. (re-elected) ; Mr G. Rayner, hon. treas. (re-elected) ; general committee. Misses Rayner, Bartlett, Barlow, Drew, Carmody, Messrs T. Ssrpless, T. Seamer, J. Forrester, C. MacklaD, R. Gladstone, and S. M'Neil ; auditors, Messrs J. Cornish and H. L. Winter (re-elected). Mr J. Cornish, in moving a hearty vote of thanks to the officers and committee for their services, spoke in eulogistic termsof the manner in which the hon. sec., Miss Hudson, had carried out her ...
Answered Correctly. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Answered Correctly. At a Bar association meeting in Montreal, one of the legal lights told of a man named Bloomer, who,, though no lawyer, was appointed to a Gov ernment position in a Canadian city which, technically, must be filled by a lawyer. The "benchers" of the law society undertook to overcome this difficulty, and cne of their number was desig nated to examine Mr, Bloomer as to his knowledge of the law. "Now, Mr. Eloomer," said his ex aminer, 'kindly tell me what you know of the law." "As a matter of fact," frankly re plied the prospective appointee, "I don't know anything whatever about it." At this point the examiner announc ed that the inquisition was at an end. He turned in his affidavit as follows: "I have examined Mr. Bloomer as to his knowledge of the law, and, to the best of my knowledge and belief, he has answered all the questions with entire correctness."
Events to Come. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Events to Coma, Friday, 23rd-Special Salo of Store Stock aV Myrtleford ; Great Reoruiting Rally at Vic toria Hall (Melbourne speakers) Saturday, 21th-Auction Sale Mr Gill's furniture, etc., at Bright; Sale of JJiivilee'es kaster Monday Carnival April 9th-EiSter Monday Carniv^t at loca sports oval. . . "Tandy" Rose, formerly of Harrietville, met with a nasty, gccideqt at Sunnysidn last weejk. Ho was tenting a fulminating cap when it exploded, blowing off three of his fingerd ot the left hind and severely damaging hia face. He is n&lt;Sw in the Omeo hoapilal. About 7 o'clock on Saturday morning k fire broke out in one rjf two haystacks the property of vlr H. Mulliollaml, of Eurobin Kesidtnts saved the secoud stock. Both stacks were eusuted.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
0 WORKERS' COMPENSATION Losses by Bash Fires onH by Lightning are made good 'by thla Company. AGENTS WANTED. , DALGETY &. Co. LTD. , MELBOURNE General Agents for Victoria Tfce Phoenix Injure* CROP 3 tati STACKS nnalcst daiaago by FIRS and CTO?s> MsCHljlst csmsse by HAIL. ST OKIES Editor: "How's the new society re porter? I told him to condense as; much as possible." Assistant: "He did. Here's his ac count of yesterday's afternoon tea: 'Mrs. Lovely poured. .Mrs. Jabber roar ed, Mrs. Duller bored, Mrs. Rasping gored, and Mrs. Embonpoint snored.'' Wheat Farms on Shares with Right of Purchase FARMS TO LET, ready for plough. Five Miles to Rail. 24-Inch rainfall. BOX 1075, G.P.C., SYDNEY. "Did you ever notice that almost all the misers mentioned in the pa pers are single men?" asked Mr. Watts. "Yes," answered Mrs. Watts. "Mar ried misers are too common to be worth mentioning." The Union Trustee Co. of Australia Limited HEAD OFFICE: 333 COLLINS ST.. ? MELBOURNE. &lt;; Al...
Federal Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Federal Politics. MR HUGHES has decided to contest the Bendigo seat. Lieut-Col. Bolton (of the Public Service, Ballarat, a returned soldier),Hon. George Fairbairn, of Melbourne (formerly of the House of Representatives), and Mr W. Plain, of Geelong (a former Labor mem ber of Parliament) have been selected as National Federation candidates for Vio toria atlithe ensuing election for the Senate. Members of the House of Represen tativea who have been I re-selected to con tost Victorian seats at the coming elec tions in support of the Official Labour party'are Messrs. F. Q-. Tudor (Yarra), F. Brennan (Batman), J. F. Hannan (Fawkner), D. C. McGrath (Ballarat), and Dr. W. Malonoy (Melbourne. The counting of the votes for the selection of the' three Victorian Labour senate can didates was completed on Monday, with the result that the three retiring sena tors-Senators; Blakey, Findley, and McKissooV-were chosen to stand again. On Tuesday alternoon delegates from I National Federation and Peo...
Concerning People. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Concerning People. AT the aSnual meeting of the Ovens and Murray United District, A.O.F., held at Yarkandandab, Bro. W. D. Walker, of Bright, was elected C.R. of the district. Bro. F. Traulsen, of Bright was elected D.B. The many friends of Mr and Mrs P. Dunphy, of Waudiligong, will be pleased to learn that their eldest daughter, Miss Annie Duuphy, has succeeded in obtain ing her B.A degree. Miss Dunphy is ou the staff of the BeechwortU High School and is to be congratulated on obtaining such a distinction. Bro. \V. J. Harrison, of Porepunkah, represented the local branch of the I.O.R. at the annual conference at Geelong last week. ' Dr. S. G. Skewes, accompanied by Mrs Skewes, returned to Bright on Monday afternoon after spending three weeks' holiday in and around the metropolis Dr. Stephens who has been attending to Dr. Skewes duties, returned to Melbourne on Tuesday 'Morning. . Mr T. R. ICett's many friends will regret to learn that he has been ill during the past week suffering ...
Recruiting Rally To-night [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Recruiting Rally Tonight IN furtherance of the voluntary recruit ing movement, a great rally will be held at Victoria Hall this (Friday) evening, commencing at 8 o'clock. The speakers are Sargoant-Major Mason and Mr Mon teith. Councillor G. R. Abraham, presi dent of the shire, will occupy the chair, and a special invitation is extended to ladies to be present. A lecture will be given illustrated by lantern slides on the " Women Munition Workers of Enn land."
Died for His Country. PRIVATE HARRY BARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Died for His Country' PRIVATE HARRY BARTON. ON Saturday lastr Mrs Barton, of Mvrtle tord, received a letter from the "military penBiona office, Melbourne, stating that aa her son. Private Harry Barton, had been killed iu aotion somewhere about the 15th January lust, hie cay Would coase in April. As this was the first intimation that Mrs Barton and family had received, they were naturally very .much upset. It is believed that the Defence Department baa overlooked sending the official jpeasage. Private Barton was a very estimable young man, umd enjoyed the confidence cf a ?wide oircle of friends, not only in his native town, but throughout the diatriot The greatest of sympathy has been ex pressed for his family in their bereavment, and as a mark of respeot for the departed hero the flag at the Shire' Hall was flown at half-masti as Boon as the news oame through.
£2000 Reward. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
£2000 Reward. Everybody wants to be "doing a bit" to further the canst of efficiency. From their Paris correspondents it has just been iearneti by Phillips Or monde (Inc.) Ptv. Ltd. that an anony mous donor has placed at the dis posal of the French National Society of-Surgeons the sum of fifty thousand francs (£2000). This is to be award ed to the author of the best substi tute-for a lost hand. The society has elected a committee to deal with all the applications, which will be in vestigated monthly. Amongst the conditions are the following:-The substitute submitted must have been at least six months in daily use prior to submission; the society may ex periment upon the user of it as long as it thinks fit; the mechanical hand which is successful remains the pro perty of the author. The first step is to write to the Secretaire General de la Societe de Chirurgie 12, Rue de Seine, Paris, France, and include with the letter a description of the propo sition, accompanied by illustrations...
Sufferers from Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 23 March 1917
Sufferers from Rheumatism. Read the following letters and you will learn how relief may be obtain ed: From Mr. W. H. Mitchell, 6 Pitt St., Adelaide, S.A. "For yearB I suffered from chronic rheumatism. The pain in my limbs was excruciating. The seat of the pain was not fixed, but would be trans ferred from one joint to another. At timea my knees became stiff. After having tried various means of obtain ing relief, I got some Warner's Safe Cnre. After I had taken a few bottles of the medicine, the pains vanished, and I could again get refreshing sleep. My recovery was a great surprise to me. I can strongly recommend War ner's Safe Cure to anyone suffering as I did." From Mrs. Emma Merlino, Square Town, Port Pirie, S.A. "For many years I labored under great bodily debility and acute rheu matism. Most excruciating pains would 6eize me, more especially dur ing changes of weather. The pains would extend from the hips right down to the ankles, and were also in my arms. At such times I was u...