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FLOWER SHOW. A BRILLIANT DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 3 November 1911

FLOWER SHOW. A BRILLIANT DISPLAY. The Church of England Annual Fete and Flower Show, in aid of the rectory fund, opened in the Mechanics' hall, on Wednesday afternoon and was con tinued yesterday. For months past exhibitors have been preparing, and the officials have been making arrange ments, and the success of those arrange ments has been fully demonstrated, When it was seen that the weather for the opening day was wet and cheerless many were inclined to think that the fete would not be very successful, but, braving the elements, a good number turned up to attend the opening cere mony, which was performed by Mrs Pain, wife of the Lord Bishop of Gipps land. Mrs, Pain, who was introduced by the Rector of the Parish, the Rev W. T. Prentice, expressed the great pleasure it had given her to be present and congratulated those who had as sisted on the charming appearance of the hall. The Fete was then formally declared opened. ' ' Vile nJtsi presented a rcallxr pretty appearance. The int...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

CHURCH SERVICES. Sonday Next. Presbyterian Church, — Stratford, 11 .(Sunday School Anniversary), Valencia Creek 3 p.m., Briagolong, 8 p.m — Rev. G. M. Connor, M.A. Catholic Church. — Maffra, 9 a.m.; Briagolong, 9 a.m.; Stratford, 11 a.m.

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF TO-DAY. 1. Thou shalt not wait for something to turn up, but thou shalt pull off thy coat and go to work that thou mayest prosper in thy affairs, and make the word 'failure' spell 'success!' 2. Thou shalt not be content to go aoout tny business iooKing liKe a loafer, for thou shouldst know that thy personal appearance is better than a letter of recommendation. 3. Thou shalt not try to make ex cuses, nor shalt thou say to those who chide thee, 'I didn't think.' 4. Thou shalt not wait to be told what thou shalt do, nor in what man ner thou shalt do it, for thus may thy days be long in the job which fortune hath given thee. 5. Thou shalt not fail to maintain thine own integrity, nor shalt thou be guilty of anything that will lessen thy good respect for thyself. b. Thou shalt not covet the other fellow's job, nor his salary, nor the position that he hath gained by his own hard labor. 7. Thou shalt not fail to live with in thy income, nor shalt thou contract any d...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

The Misses Bartlett and Richardson have just received a large consign ment of up-to-date millinery, flowers, veilings, ornaments, and all requisites for the newest summer styles. Hats are a specialty, and ladies should in spect at once before the rush sets in. As these goods are bought for cash at the best houses the customers reap the benefit of the tempting prices.

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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THE IMPORTANT PART RUBBER PLAYS IN OUR LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

THE IMPORTANT PART RUBBER' PLAYS IN OUR LIVES. I To the chemist the turning-point in the history of rubber is the power by which the manufacturer enhances the natural qualities and durability; this can only be compared to the conver sion of iron into steel. It is not quite so wonderful, for steel possesses a quality iron does not, that very pro perty which distinguishes rubber — elasticity — but the analogy may stand. | For there are innumerable degrees of resiliency in rubber, from the elastic' threads which are in a golf ball — per- haps the purest form of the substance there is — to the stoppers of beerbot tles, which are naturally its most de based form as the other is the most refined. Rubber, in fact, plays a most im portant part in our lives. What would the infant 'mewling and puking' in its nurse's arms do without its rub ber teat, or its ring when teething, or its squeaking doll and the gaudy globe that succeeds? Then comes his foot ball, his bicycle, and, most important of...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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State Elections. GIPPSLAND NORTH. EON. W. A. TRENWITH AT STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

State Elections. GIPPSLAND NORTH. HON. W. A. TRENWITH AT STRATFORD. The Hon. W. A. Trenwith, who is. in the interests of the Libei al Party, opposing the retiring member for Gippslatid North (Mr J. W. M'Lac3lilan),addre.»sed a w ell-attended meeting iu the local Mechanics' hall ou Tuesday eveuing. Mr C. Stewart, president of the local branch of the People's Party, occupied the chair, and briefly intro duced the speaker. Mr Trenwith, who was greeted with applause, said he had been electioneering for some days, and had travelled over some very rough coun try to get to Stratford. He hoped to place before them some matters of interest in connection with the forth coming election. They were to decide on polling day whether the reins of Government should be handed over to the Labor Party or retained by the Liberals. The genius of government was government by the majority. This was as it should be, but what had happened ? The Labor Party had introduced a scheme whereby it was made possible...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHITE MAN'S FRIEND. The Grateful Deeds of Crippled Wolf. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

WHITE MAN'S FRIEND. The Grateful Deeds of Crippled Wolf. By Walt Mason. 'I've just been reading an article on Indian customs,' said the oldest in habitant, laying aside a cheap maga zine. 'The author explains that he lived five years among the Indians, i as though that made him an author- 1 ity on the subject. A white man would need to live among the Indians from his earliest infancy if he would un derstand them, and then he wouldn't know it all. To understand an Indian you must be an Indian. 'Oceans of stuff have been written about the red men by whites who have studied them from car windows. They have been described as lazy, ungrate ful, vindictive and generally worth less. Other writers have taken the opposite view, and all these writers seem to forget that the Indian's point of view is entirely different from the white man's. I will tell you about Crippled Wolf, to explain what I mean. 'One day I went into the woods on my Nebraska farm in search of a strayed horse, and I found C...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

Neils Jorgensen, Agent for Windmills and Pumps of all Descriptions. Tanks Built to Order. Estimates given for all General Work and Repairs. ' Agent for — BIX SEPARATORS. 1907 Model. Ball-Bearing. Made in 7 sizes — 14 to 105gals. per hour. Skimming Capacity Guaranteed. Price and Quality Defy Competition. Easy to Turn. Easy to Clean. Easy to Pay For. SALE SPORTS DEPOT RAYMOND ST , SALE, For all Sporting Goods. CBICELT. TEEMS. GLF, ETC. B.L. GUNS from £1 15s. - High Grade FISHING TACKLE. ' EXPRESS ' Gun .Cartridges. B. CHERRY, Proprietor. A. Boucher, Family Butcher, Tyers Street, Stratford. Only the Primest Quality Meat Supplied. Small Goods Fresh Daily. Families Waited on for Orders. W. KINNA, BOOT& SHOE MAKER, DIXON ST, STRATFORD. _ Repairs Neatly and Promptly Executed. .Boots and Shoes of all descriptions made to order. Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. Boot and Shoe Laces, Polishes of all kinds and colors. Note Address. — Dixon St., Stratford. / If you Want V A Refrc-shiug Cu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

Startling Announcement . ? - -' f. / : THE WAR HAS SOT AFFFCTEB THE PRICES OF GOODS AT THE ? . - . WFLL-KNOWN RAYMOND STREET STORE. SUMMER SEASON 1911. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ZEPHYRS (Plain and Miiptd), DE LA IN lib, VOlLKS. CAMBRICS, TAFFETA,, CREPUN. CREPF. MEKLE, ETC. ' A FINE DISPLAY OF - BLOUSE AND DKESS LENGTHS, UNDERSKIRTS, BLOUSES - ' ? UNDERCLOTHING, INFANTS DRESSES, ETC. SOMETHING NEW ! V - PRICE AND QUALITY UNSURPASSED MILLINERY. G0%SStHI* The S'cck is ,r.ew. and - Up-to-Date, including- Fancy Straws, -Roses, j Gfsssesj Etc. Also a Large. Assortment of Chiidrens' . - and Maids' Hats. - Special Saturday Offer. A Specil offer of Clothing wiil be made for One Day Only. Saturday, - November 10. \ The offer is only for One Day and cannot be expended.. ; : Clothing of all kind b at Greatly Reduced Prices. - To be cleared at a Great Sacrifice. FOR SALE. Double-Seated Buggy. A Bargain. One 88-gallon Alfa De-Laval Separator. Only in use a Fortnight. Also Milk Tank.. Call and Enquir...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

A CARD. Da. C. H. S. Hoziee, Fell. H.C.S.I., Etc., has commenced practicc of Lis Profession, nnd may ho consulted a4; hi* residence, STRATFORD ; also, iiv-m - till 4 p.m. at BRIAGOLONG on first; three Wednesdays and List .Thursday in each month. I'-td'iocks * t*- —?*ii «u* l-.*.t joining S-.r-itfuril. '.*!??? '1 -- vu«|,jji Property. Apply to tins office WANTISI* TO HIRK. Wanted to Hire, from Decern bor 22 till January 0, Buggy and Pair of Horse;, or ' Single Horse anil Buggy. Particulars to l»e »ent to ' SENTINEL ?' OFFICE. For Sale. One'S-jc )pd li.md Piano One Piano Case (new) One .Hand Pump and connections May be seen on the old State school grour.d, St: at-ford Offer.- will he ' received un wl 6 p.m. on Tuesday. 14th -nst.. J. W. NEDWELL. Acting 0 irip-pf.iident S. £. Cjin uiit.'.ee 596, St ratforv.i . Shire of Avon. £5 REWARD. The above Jtawarl will ba paid to any Pet-sou giving information that will lead to the conviction of the Person or Persons guilty of stripping certain W...

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AVON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

AVON SHIRE COUNCIL.1 * The lollowinjr reports -were read at the- mooting of. tlio rvbove.njody,jheld: ,011; Monday la'-t — ' ?. - The ?oiiaineer rejiortcd as follows : — Tenders ~ have been. ' callcd to-day for work's at Goves' and ' on the Parish Boundary road north of Fostertbii. 1 rnterim tenders weie dealt -nntji.bv Crs Killeen? andi: ..Gai'te'ruKdurinc' thei month, and they -recommended . aecep-: tanec of Carter's tender for gravel 011 Cobain's road (2s ,6d per yard).- and 011 Ronald's 'Toady (,4 s 6d per Vaj'd ; Jor. tl of JasV 'Mitchell, at1 -os'andv 6s\a:vchain' ^ is rccommended. To put matters in-order! the council should approve of the actions of Crs Cart-e.x and Killeen.' During the week commencing 17th October last the road machine was . put , on the Lakes road ?.-?from- the, Bairnsdale. road junction- ;to .j ust. beyond':the r mill; site. The work .done' - improved ' con siderably the rougli^road, and', after the recent rains - the' fillings should set and niake i -for ...

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Eloping Up-to-date. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

Eloping Up-to-date. The coatless man puts a careless arm Round the waist of the hatless girl, While over thes dustless, mudless roads In a horseless carriage th'ey whirl. Like a leadless bullet from hammer less gun, By smokeless powder driven, They fly to taste the speechless joys By endleBS union given. The only luncheon his coiniess purse Affords to them the means Is a tasteless meal of boneless cod, | ?' With a 'dish? of stringless beans. He 'siriokes his old tobaccoless pipe, And laughs a mirthless laugh When papa tries to coax her back By wireless telegraph. The Candidate (having quoted the words of an eniinent statesman in support' of an argument): And, mind you, these are my words. This is not merely my opinion.' These are words of a man - who knows what he's talk ing about.' . _ -j j ? ? _?

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Outside His Business. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

Outside His Business. A country doctor was recently call ed upon to visit a patient some dis tance away. Driving to where the in valid lived, he tied his horse to a tree, and started to walk across the field. It happened that work was in pro gress on a new. well, of which the doc tor knew nothing until he found him self sinking into the earth. He fell just far enough to be unable to get out unassisted, and lustily yell ed for help. When he was finally pulled up, the hired men remarked to him: j. ...... v 'I say, doctor, you' had no business down there.' 'No, I don't think I. had,' replied the doctor. 'Don't you know,'' continued the hired man, 'you ought to leave the well alone, and take care of the sick?'

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Avon Shire Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6 [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

Avon Shire Council. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6 ' Present : The President. (Cr Lee), and Crs. Thomson, Taylor, Kille'en, Long. Carter and Hall. CORRESPONDENCE. From Chief Secretary's office, for warding signs approved of to indicate dangerous spots for motor traffic, — Secretary to attend. From Tambo bhne, pointing out. that the Government's proposals re abolishing loading of land only applies to the abolition of deficiency laring. ard does not remove the burden of land compensation from the 'ratepay- ers. Co operation was asked in; gett ing this abolished. — To be supported. From Gippsland Hospital Demon stration Committee, asking that steps be taken to have 9th November (Hos pital sports day) proclaimed a public holiday throughout the shire. — Al- ready gazetted. From Public Works Department, stating Mr. W. A Mewton had been appointed to audit the shire accounts and that his fee had been 'fixed at £10 10s. ?From Sale Borough Council, stat ing that Mr. J. H- Cartledge's tender of £452 for f...

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ONE WAY OF SAVING MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

. ONE WAY OF SAVING MONEY. ! The Hivlings are a methodical cou ple and it is seldom that anything ever happens to them; everything is arranged for in advance. Mrs. Hiv ling even does her cooking by a sort of card index system she has fixed up. ' | On Saturday^ night Hivling brings home his weekly ' stipend that the boss has forced into his hand, turns it over to his wife and then deducts ; a certain amount for lunches, cigars, | car fare and miscellany through the ? following week. Mrs. Hivling is thus \ the treasurer of the house, and if there's anything left over after she had paid the grocer, the washer woman, the butcher, the milkman, the electric light man, the gas man, the laundry man, the paper boy and the instalment house man, has had her self coiffured and manicured, has bought threepenny-worth of mixed candy and a matinee ticket, she puts the money in the bank. If Hivling has any change to spare at the end of the week he does the same. Then at the end of the year they put ...

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SISTER ANGELIQUE AN EPISODE OF THE DEVASTATION OF MARTINIQUE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

SISTER ANGELIQUE AN EPISODE OF THE DEVASTATION OF MARTINIQUE. That morning of Ascension Day, Paul Carollac had - married Jtieloise, daughter of Jean Riverolles, whose plantations at Fond-Rouge spread over the foothills surrounding the ex tinct volcano. Between two masses, the Cure of St. Joseph's had heard the' young couple confess and had uni- , ted: them. The civil marriage, which' was all Paul cared for, had been cele brated in the back parlor of M. le Maire, at St. Pierre. So they were , sealed to one another, tight and fast. Paul — a big, sturdy Gascon — hailed from Dasc. The girls down at St. Pierre, on -the seashore some miles away, had thought him handsome. At ?Fort de France, as all his neighbors knew, he had broken hearts. For stalwart, manly men are rare in Mar tinique, a land of dreams, and snakes, and charming women. He loved her in his own way, which was brutal. In hers, which was — well, natural — she loved him, too. A Creole, in the full sense of the word, she had th...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Briagolong. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

Briagolong. ? ?*? ! (From our own correspondent). The annual social in connection with the local Presbyterian church was held on Thursday, 2nd inst., and was most successful. The programme was an excellent one, each item re ceiving a welhmerited encore. The children acquitted themselves splen didly in their action songs, and de lighted the large audience The tableaux, arranged by Mrs Wall, were greatly admired, and reflected the greatest, cradit on all concerned. The following items were rendered : — Selection, The Caliph of Bagdad, Briagolong Orchestra ; action song, 6hildren ; duet, Hvms of, the Old Church Choir, Mr Eastman and Mrs Bennett; 3ong, with banjo accompani ment, Comin' Thro' the Rye, Mrs Jolly ; duet. Excelsior, Messrs East man and Richards ; tableau, Faith, Hope and Charity, Mrs Saunders, Misses Taylor and Stothers ; recita tion, No Road This Way, Mr Camp bell ; song, My Ain Folk, Mrs Hall ; song, Russian Love Song, Mr L. Walters; son g, Summer Showers, Miss Hazlett ; ...

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MR. McLACLAN AT STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

Mil: - McL ACHL AN AT STRAT EOltD.' Mr. J. W. McLuchlan, the retiring member for Gippsland North, who. is seeking re-election in the Legislative Assembly as a member, of the Opposi tion, addressed a ' fairly wellattended meeting at the Mechanics' Hall, Strat ford, on .Wednesday evening. Mr Du cret occupicd the chair and in intro ducing the candidate said- hist night they had had, the ? pleasure of , hearing Mr Trenwith, who was seeking the seat on behalf of the Liberal Party. To-night Mr McLachlan, who had re- j presented them for the past- three years, would place his views before, them, and he hoped they would give him an at tentive hearing. The candidate, who was wellreceived, prefaced his address by thanking them for their cordial reception, which was a sign that they were satisfied with his actions. He had endeavored to render conscientious and faithful service as their representative. It had been said that he was a departmental man. A man who did not attend to the that part of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

W. H. CARTER. CORNER OF Tyers & Blackburn Streets, Stratford. PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, SIGN WRITER, GLAZIER, GRAIN ER, ETC., ETC. . ESTIMATES Given for all Classes of Work, including the WUNDER.LICH METAL CEILINGS. Bargains in Wallpapers. Purchasers of Wallpaper \can, without txti a charge, have same trimmed on the premises by ? i a Special Paper-Trimming Machine. : Glass Cut to Any Size. Mixed Paints, Colors and Varnish in Stock, v '' . iS ? J' Picture Framing'. This Department is Replete with a Splendid Stock of Mouldings, Mountings, Etc. Pictures Mounted and Framed. Fancy Goods and Toy Bazaar. Fancy Goods of all Descriptions. A Large and Varied Assortment to Choose from. Toys of all Kinds, and at all Prices. Bicycle Depot. A Large Stock of, Cycle Requisites always ou hand. Agency for Speedwell Bicycles. News Agency. am * ' Agency for all' Melbourne Dailies and Weeklies. Colonial and English Magazines. Books of all kinds, from the' Encyclopedia to - tbe Penny Novelette. Stati...

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Boisdale. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 10 November 1911

Boisdale. (From our own Correspondent.) The. Methodist anniversary services were well attended on Sunday last, , when able and interesting sermons . were delivered by the Rev. H. Hooper, of Orbost. The anniversary was continued on Wednesday even ing, when a tea-meeting and concert was held in the Public ball. The tables, which were presided over by local ladies, were tastefully decorated ' and plentifully furnished with a variety of choice fare. Amongst the visitors present were Revs. J. Roberts, Maffra, and W. H. Guard, of Omeo. The concert was presided over by Rev Hooper, while Miss May hew acted as accompanist. Mi\ M'Rae read the report and balance-sheet, which showed a credit balance. Mp' Powell, in a very able and happy speech, moved a hearty vote of thanks to all vtrho had assisted to make the anniversary a success. The motion was seconded by Mr Pearse, and carried by acclamation. David Amey, of the Agricultural High School, Sale, a former pupil of the Boisdale school, was suc...

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