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TORRENTIAL DOWNPOUR. BIG FLOODS AND LOSS OF LIFE. SYDNEY SUFFERS. Melbourne, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

TORRENTIAL DOWNPOUR. BIG FLOODS AND LOSS OF LIFE. SYDNEY SUFFERS. Melbourne, This Day. Following the rains which liave jeeu falling over the eastern portion if New South Wales, a phenomenal lownpour occurred yesterday in the netropolis of that State. In an at mosphere that was sultry a storm iroke over the city, and in about 20 niuutes 16S points of rain fell, but ddcd to the continued falls 3-1-0 >oi»itw wovo x-ogmtorocl. • .*' i - At Paramatta a man named £night lost his -life. Driving a 101'se and vohiclo he was caught in he waters of a creek, and subse quently liis body was fouud. In the city about forty cars were I lerailed, and in man}' places the I ihoroughfares were converted into J .vater-courses. j Pennant Hills reports G40 points >f rain, and otlier places slightly ower quantities. The Glenelg Shire Council is taking steps to borrow £3200 for the purpose >f building municipal saleyards. ] From the Savings Bank at St. Peter's, Sydney, the sum of £'10 has jeen stol...

Publication Title: Coleraine Albion And Western Advertiser
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BILLIARDS. Melbourne, This Day [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

BILLIARDS. Melbourne*. This Dav The championship billiard mateh scorcs arc :—Iiimnn 9000 (including) :i break af 7'A-l), Keece 7901. The State Government 1ms allo cated £10-1,000 as a charity vote. Hamilton Hospital gets £900. For impersonating-a voter at Tam wovfch a man named Leslie Arnold has been sentenced to four months' imprisonment.

Publication Title: Coleraine Albion And Western Advertiser
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SPORTING ITEMS. THE TURF. Melbourne, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

SPORTING ITE&3S. THE TURF, Melbourne, This Day. Saturday's Moonoc Valley races vusu I t oil :— Hurdles. — Paynisistor, Milka-bah, Andrioula. Two-Year-Olds.—Veronal, Linars, lSlairlinde. High Weight. — Mindai, Maple Leal', Malfguard. Valley Handicap. — Senuarious, Monodia, La George. Plate. — Field General, Arndel, Duel. Purse.—Tpoh, Lynoens, Posadona. The Hosehili (N.S.W.) Cup on Sat urday was won by Charleville, the second being Border King and the third Deloriiui). Eight horses fell, and Olive Green was killed. Of the riders injured the most seriously hurt were Smith and Foley.

Publication Title: Coleraine Albion And Western Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

>'/ i n —M 31\anal\an, Fitzgerald I &c CJO. 1 AUCTIONEERS,;; | - Stock, Station, and Generalj Commission Agents, I WHYTE STREET, COLERAINE, i ' 0RTN1GHTLV Sales ot Stock, j J- Saturda> sule3 of Furniture, j Farm Produce, etc. > Agect* for—Ooldsbroui;!) Mort and Co., Lit'.., Alliance Assurance Co. Ltd., Australian Mutual Provident Soc., ClilT ami Banting's ChatTciitters and Hcrs-eworks, John Buucle and Sons' ChaflcuUerp and Horseworks. Heol urn, Crawford and Seymour Australs&iiui Mutua.1 Live StocK lEo'Jianct. Socic'.y Limited Superi Insnhate and Bonedust kept in stoc>. also, Itye-grass Seed. tOLERAlNE, TUESDAY, JIAiiCll 21, 1!>M QHANAIIAN, FITZGERALD AND CO. 'will hold their next aie of Stock at the yards of Mess, T. Sheep, Cattle, &c. TIPPETT BEOS., FA.M i IjV AXD GICMiKAL BUTOHERS, Wfl YTE-ST1? EI0T, (Opposite Criterion Hotel) C'Ol/iiJi'A 1N E. Families waited on for Orders, and al Meats 1'romptly Supplied. • All Classes of Small Goods always...

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FAREWELL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

FAREWELL SOCIAL As ;i mark of esteem a farewell so cial was tendered on Thursday even ing to Mr. J. l.>. Quarterman, who for the past ton months has been associated with tht; installation of eleclrie light and power in Coleraine. Tin; gather ing took place at the Temperance II.-iIl, which i'or the occasion had been itn roved internally by the tasteful dis play of decorations. There was a large attendance of invited friends, who by their presence expressed their esteem for the guest of the evening. Miss IVuby Cameron had carried out thedutiesof general secretary, and with a good contingent of assistants succeed ed in making the function the pleasur able success it turned out to he. The programme took the form of a series or dances, under the direction of Mr. Hector Greed, whilst'the music j (piano and violin) was provided by several of tlie players present. Sup per was supplied at Mrs. M 'Leod's dining room in the vicinity. Before adjourning for supper Mr. F. W. Punshon, 011 Helud...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

12 AS 00 W P L £T E K QUIP Ml; NT. €■ rr-v tarring out Printing of Every Desr It is needless to cmiri'orsia tka linos. Suffice it U> say tba t. evori:"wn*; triib printing on it is uiHiurtiiken tad the work is carried out with a oo;; .<?i«iitiouB endo-irour ' to give sstiisfac fcicn, full a.rjd oomplptfl. ' " By plauaiiis: JX)tir orders for PriiitiMC.lMre y»>u..are »u.m>«>rt.Ln« '<*=>1 Tho monoj epont npwn printing obtain.*! from tlx; Oit'y biragca ma; aww back to you: it is just possible. Hut it hua make smvh a iwng circuit that cK. ohcnoee of your over handling it aga.ii) .ins rorj robots. TVi u>ar«3> j,. having the work done !• ■ if it do«t iiot return to you dirvti;!, gmta bscl eventually and within a mua curable Uta-.< Then there is the question of prk* t:«! quality. ' w <iur» »t t&u OSoa at prices and 111 style that eoiap-a . fdsourablj mib Ul} b% printing koanss. war estUzn ftw Ptosfaag; cr. ra^insslsiL t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

Desitli. BENSON—On the 4th March, 101-1, at South Portland, Elizabeth, ttio dcarly belovetl wilt1 of .James Benson. Aged 84 years.

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PERSONAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

PERSONAL ITEMS. We understand tliafc a Mr. Iirown has been appointed to the Jiead teachership of the Coleraine State School, and tliat he will take up his duties after the Easter holidays. At the Sons of Temperance annual conference held at Colac last week the Coleraine division was represented by Mr. Y. Bird. The Glenelg Shire Council has passed a vote of sympathy with the widow and family of the late Mr. W. Moodie. A similar vote was made at the annual meeting of St. Andrew's annual congregational meeting. The new head teacher of the Cas terton State School, Mr. W. J. Fair lie, comes from the Pleasant Street State School, Ballarat. Whilst on a ladder attending tc something at :iis privite house on Saturday Mr. Joseph Riddoch inet with a fall, but happily the results were not very serious. In a few days Mr Riddoch will have regained his usual activity.

Publication Title: Coleraine Albion And Western Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

As a .Sii.'e. hr-re Peniiin^jt, am. Wa' ranted Care 'or Pimples, Scio i'uJa, Scurvy. Ban Legs, Pkiii n-Mi blood Diseases. iMmples and <5?rcs of all kinds, we can with confides commend CLARKE'S WOR> L> FAMKD RI.OOD - MIXTURE " ) i" certaii;Jv t.ho Mncst, Blood Putillet Ml1 ^ifni >- '^nii medical skill evoi lip n(£iit i• • Thousand- c; i.i-l'!)!'!'::r: • .s.sld overy wh&re ..t Zh 9d. per liotl.ic Beware <A vrart^cs. imitation* THEY DECLARE IT TO BE THE ONE MEDICINE THAT GIVES NEW VITALITY AND LIFE. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "As a nurse I have seen Clements Tonic do so much good amongst my patients, it is my duty to state these facts. I have prescribed it often and in every case it soothes the patient, it gives refreshing sleep, creates a j • „ i 1 I IT- I1E/.PS lHfcf FOOD TO DIGEST. The patients become bright and cnecrfiil after its use. As a health restorer I say Clements Tonic HAS NO EQUAL. (Signed) NURSE LINNDEBERG." The Rev. J. HOSICING. D.D., Mini...

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Coleraine Albion PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY EVENING. MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914. NEWS AND NOTES. BICYCLE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

i (Cokvainc ^Ibian i . ; PUniJSHftll KVIOltY MONDAY and THURSDAY EVENING. MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1914. NEWS AND NOTES. BICYCLE ACCIDENT. A mishap befell two Coleraine girls 011 Saturday afternoon, and the consequences at the time looked omin ous, though fortunately from their condition now there is every prospect of early recoveries. May M'Leod (daughter of Mrs. Angus M'Leod) and Grace Dolman (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dolman) both mounted a free-wlieel bicycle in , Tranginar street, and took a course I which traversed the sloping land on i the west side of the Roman Catholic Church. Control of the machine was lost, and ou it sped till it bumped into the channel in M'Kebery street. The girls were thrown with consider able force to the ground and sus tained painful bruises, but apparently no bones wore broken. Miss May M'Leod, who was in front, lost con sciousness immediately through con cussion of the brain, and her com panion did not fare much better, for while she remembers seein...

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"TARIFF PLUNDER" To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

! "TARIFF PLUNDER" I ~ To the Editor. j Sir,—-Mr. W. H. Kemvick's lel-le under the :i ove heading in your issui of the lOtti inst. i.s distinctly valuable if only to draw more general attentioi to the evidence given before the Inter stiU«) Commission When linished, ;i ' copy of the evidence, and the Com niissioners' report, should be in every Mechanics'Institute and Free; Library in Australia. It will be of immense educational value The standard of business, morality shown therein will surprise many who do not have an op portunity of looking behind the scenes. An English statesman onee said that the groat arc of successful taxation -was to squeeze the people without let ting thorn know it. That smns U> i>e tin; aim of our Protectionist-revenue policy. But IS!r . liunwii-k and the i'lvi! tratlers, like the protectionists, never seem to get beyond tin; theory that the wages system is the only one. Each of the two fiscal parties claims the support of the wage-earner because its p...

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THE SIZE OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

THE SIZE OF EGGS. The purchaser likes a large egg, and the producer must bear this in mind, if he wishes to retain a good market tor his product, and cater for the requirements of his customers. Size is really no indication of quality in new-laid eggs, however. The qual ity of an ess depends chiefly upon the material with which it is produced, and the wind of food supplied will vary (ho quality just, as bacon fed nn maize will differ from that produced by barley meal. Rut assuming feed ing lo have been identical, it is usual ly the breeds that lay the smaller eggs that produce (hose of the richest and 'most delicate flavor, riglu down to Ibe Bantam. That, however, is not fhc view taken by the general public; they like a large egg, and, in the :pr-'-••■'!v of crpps. prefer also a brc —n f'if-ii, ikoujb the latter may he also equally niisloaSing as to quality. Size of egg is greatly a matter of he"~ditv, and should be as carefully considered when- selecting breeding stock as the layin...

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LIBERAL RALLY AT CASTERTON ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. Casterton, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

I | LIBERAL RALLY AT CASTERTON I ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. From Our Correspondent. Castertou, This Day. The rally of the Liberals on Friday last was attended with much enthu siasm, and the weather was favor ! able. At Island 'Park during the afternoon a. picnic was held, the ladies of the local A.W.N.L. arrang ing the details, while the secretary's work was capably attended to by Mr E. Smith (Grassdale). There were present Mr. A. S. Rodgers, M.P.. the Hon. D. Maekiunou, Attorney Li eneral ; and Mrs. Thompson, organiser o£ the AAV.X.L., all of . whom spoke. j There was a good -atUuulaiiee at , the A.N.A. hall in the evening, and J Cr. J. Little occupied the chair in I the absence of the shire president, Cr. Ross, who through bereavement j was unable to be present. I Mr. Rodger.s delivered a rousing I speech, and referred to the work of the session. He contended that by loyalty to the Liberal party would Australia be surest on the road to prosperity. An address that was particularly wel...

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BUYING SHEEP. BREACH OF CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

BUYING SHEEP. BREACH OF CONTRACT. His Honor Judge Johnstone was 1 called ou at the Casterton County Court on Thursday to settle a dispute \)ofcwooi\ "McNeil AlvooiVj stockjjdealers, plaintiffs, anil Caroline M'Leod, of Talisker, Merino, defend- _ aut. Plaintiffs claimed £75 5/- ] damages for breach of contract to i deliver certain sheep. Mr. Abbott t appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Silvester for defendant. < The plaintiffs' case was that on i November 14th he (M'Neil), dealer and grazier, of St. Ai'naud, came to Casterton and was introduced by Mr. , F. Helpman (of Young Bros.) to Mr. II.-V. M'Leod, of Talisker, as a pro spective buyer of sheep. M'Neil and others motored to Talisker, and alter several offers had been made and re- 1 jected, M'Neil was driven by motor ' to. catch the Hamilton train at Merino. At the railway .station M'Neil offered M'Leod to take 2700 slieep at 10?6 per sheep, with 12rV per cent, rejection on 4 months' terms and 3 months to lift, but M'Le...

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. THE STINGY SCROCGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES, THE ST.iKGY SC.'-'.OCJGE. By Sophin (rone l.oeb. Oiko upon a tim." Hwre was a man nn:iiO(t iMi-i,-(>ns. was a sreat man. Koi- we today Hie soil-same Dickens !o pav lor many of the ,u.ood tlni;,.s ill;il tome oui way. This is 110 rhyme. Dickens ivrnio stories. He knew miliums of yesterday, lo-d.iy aj;d to mo. row. t ■" he fold about a Etin.'o' man namcil fi roo-.'.o Scrooie was- almost like ll:e Scotchman who raised the window to loo!; o::! i'or font" of wearing ont ;'-'1 pane. It is very painful to tel! about a pirn v-p Ihr'. I?ut perhaps yon ""IV r.n> iian once. Most peop!" will co an;, liiiim or.ee. lint the Scrooge ! want, to tell yon about. be-.an his penprious luilrits at a very tender a go. He tendered every thing unto V.imFcIf quite early. i Often at school The stingy little hoy was seen munchinp: an apple, hut lie | would not aive his comrade a bite. In I fact, he wouldn't even promise the j "core, and even said "fen cores" so | Whereupon liis fri...

Publication Title: Coleraine Albion And Western Advertiser
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COLERAINE P. & A. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

COLERAINE P. & A. SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the abovi was held on Saturday afternoon there being' a fair attendance ol members, and Mr. C. M'Kebery, tin vice-president, occupying- the chair. FINANCIAL" The audited balance sheet disclosed that the year 1013 started with a credit balance of £39 S/fl, awl closed with a debit of £47 15/4, the actual income for the year being £577 17/1. Of the amounts paid away ground improvements absorbed £422 8/5, and prizes £150 15/6. The financial statement was re ceived and adopted on the motion of Messrs. Punshon and D. Tom kins. The secretary added that since the end of the year the further sum of £18/15/7 had been received, mokinj* the debit balance that day £33/13/3. There were several cheques out standing, and had been for some years. NEW COMMITTEE. Twenty-five members of committee being required, and exactly tlmt number of nominations having been made, those nominated'"were declared elected for 1911-. They were Messrs, .1. G. Laid...

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TELEPHONE DIRECTORY. COLERAINE EXCHANGE. Day and Night Service. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

TKLEPHoNli DIRECTORY. COLERAINE EXCHANGE-. Day and Night Service. • j 21—"Albion" Office, F. W. Punsliot I , •].—Alexander, Rev. J. : 23.—Baker, R. C., Denholm Green ] 30-^Dank of Victoria, i 58.—Beeson, A. I 55 —Broughton, A. R. --—Diouyliion, H. J3. [ ;■>(>—lirouglitoii, Ct. A. 53—Broughton, G. J5. I 1—Broadbent Bros. & Co. j nass (13-%C:irter, G. R. ^ Co. ti!—(Jiirlor, G-. K. (private house) 10—Colerai.'i" Butter Factory 3S—Coleraine Hotel, W. Dolman 32—Commercial Hotel, Mrs. A. Scholficld. 3—Connor, Dr. S. | 3C—Cooke, Matthew *47—Corney, A. VV. *i7—Coiiiey, R. W., "Tulse Hill" 35—Criterion Hote 31—Davies, Stephen IS—Dolman Bros. 4S— 'Den Hills" 57.—Fitzgerald, Laurence 37—Friend, J. F. 52.—lngamells, Rev. F- H. 12—Johnson, Mrs. M. Jo—Kane, Daniel 2i>—Kerr, H. G. & Co. . 13—Kirby, J. F., "Mt. Koroite" 2—Koroito Hotel, 14—Laidiaw, J. G., "Melville For est." lit—Laidlaw, A. G., "Wootoag Va,le." ■23—Laidiaw, T. II. & Co. (Joseph Dolman, agent). G—Les...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

liH r iVt* J i *2.: iT:;' ^ PROPRIETARY UMITED. Head .Office: 94-© King St., Melbourne Branches—fiLCURY, L32KHART, Y/OBOKGA, TAUABGATTil, GCHityOKii S Y/ALWfi. BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURO SSIKS AfiD ALL STATICS PR0SU6E. FREE mMMl Three montlis free on Gr.ii;i received 1st December to 31st March, after v.iiich one month allowed. McDOUGALL'S SHEEP'DIP. WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR SALViT'S" STOCK UEMEDiES. WOOL a m* WA11EM0KE81 P?J§S3£ 8TOBES PRIVATE SiDING - KENSiWGTON. •K3Sf<* <--•■■ioS-Cc"'•;l^'?^, i. CiV ( 3'/-il F" £^fiL<&'ir chat Beecham's Pills will be of great servicc to you if your stomach is cTct of order or your liver is sluggish. The conditions of life in these days arc sc strenuous that nearly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive organs. Even the strongest and healthiest occasionally require a little corrective medicine. !t is worth remembering that thousands of people ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

vm« u.-::*c! the rr^ht Uiiul? ^ , runu ,' Reliability, Safely, i; pnnn'.>:!v ami pi:rri:iiiiei)ily. i su-calicii hxtrurl, from v.'1ih:!i In utTiVL'." profit.. !)(>i-tnr» iilali' i! llitryi: cruiiL- oiN ;sii' vo.-y (!ojhL.;oirij; lu th>> liuar!. i:: i;puci:vlly r>rep.-iri-ii K<r meiluv.l u.-i', i:- .".lwohiicly :iiut-in junous. utid I ip.sfcesx'b iMinilivt! cpiniiliea t>w» iirIv ii:< own. TlitruftiM:, 1.1ji GcM'.iiini'—insis: •! Vvn f:nvo lo—tnii a tifi;i SHIRE OF WANNON. V OTJCE is . •-ri'by kIysu ttjiii, tha ; Waonon S-:irc Council will j rrosec'it. any i -Tsor, found cuUimj drains, plough:?.. furrows, or other- i wise removing the soil ou any road ! Ffi damaging ff.tict'a 07 ot&ei proper t; 1 within Uis Wannoit Sbire I A. WALLS, SHiHE CF V7AKKOM. PUBLIC ROAD CLOSED. jpHE road between allots. 1/ ueetlon 18, and allot-. Al, a\s | tion 17, parish of (Joleraine, aud bob- j tioD ui the road luiuwn as the! ''Back Wilderness Koad." ia close...

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CCOLERAINE TELEPHONE BUREAU. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 23 March 1914

CCOLERAINE TELEPHONE BUREAU. Each ad First 3 ditional minutes 3 minutes. Srs.: ... ... 8d fld ijasiiiS: .. 8d Gd Jaatertou ... 3d 3d 'avendif-b ... 8(1 ? Dunkyl.i ... 8d 6d ... 1/4 1/ lamiHo* ... 4d 3d ilacartLur ... . . ... 8d ... ... 6f Merino ... 6d 4d Peashursi ... 8d U Portland ... 1/4 1/ Tanrayoukjan ... 4d 8S WarrnivEibool .. 1/4 1/ Cc;.^ ensationo to any subscriber ot the ioesl eafcais £«. Id

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