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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How 'Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. .-Iow'Some Secured Success. S..Become a Patentee." 1. Cultivaite and perfct ,your ideas as. to -iilprovenients. anrd invenitions. Experiioiicit?. :- The world is eager"for: somethijng ;netw, which, however sim ple it- iniiy be, will save lalbo, ororx peuse, or do:thi!ngs better. Let it be' nmore convenient, or1 promiotc' pleasure or safety, or ldo aw\ny with?i failts, or reduce waste. The person who gets public opinion of such aln invention is on the :road to wealth. lie0 will cease: to be a servant;' he becomes a: proprietor. People ,who handle thingss -in every. day use are the inatiitrl sinventors of better tliings, and the natuial capital ists of- to-umorrow. 2: Study the! subj?ct of patenting. Read the splendid advice that Edisoni gives. :Learn the piocedure as to pa tenting .ini the .chief :countries,-then secure your: own legal monopoly for your. -rights by becomingg a patentee.' 3. If that workniman or'"foreman, or your ingenious friend has.produced ...
THE MOTOR CAR IN EAST GIPPSLAND [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
THE MOTOR CAR. IN EAST GIPPS LAND Mr A. E. Browne, of Ddlgety and CO.'s motor department, accompantied by Mr A. M. McArthur, of the satme firm's wool department, Mr Couper Johnston of A. Macarthur and Co., and Mr Douglas Russell made a fi e iu·ti from Orbost to Cann River this week. The car used was a Buick of the latest model, and put up a splendid perform ance as regards time and economy of petrol. Leaving Orbost at 9.80 a.m., Bellbird (25 miles) was reached in 2 hours 10 minutes running. This sec tion of the road includes 7 miles of heavy and rough going, the recent rain having cut numerous gutters in the track and carried thick deposits of sand on to it, while the surface was very greasy where the heavy grades were en countered. However, the car made light of all obstacles and after a spell of 10 minutes the journey was resumed at 11.50 a.m. A splendid non-stop run was' m-ide to Ward's Hotel, Cann River, the 30 miles being done in 1 hour 10 minutes, and the complete journey in 3...
INVENTIONS BEING PATENTED. IMPROVEMENTS IN MANY FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
INVENTIOiUS BEING PATENTED.. 13:M1PRiOViELENTS IN MiANY FIELDS. \'.ictorinn inventors have ina intainecd the leading position they hold as apph cants for patents. 'The following par ticulars are reported by lMessrs. G. G: Turri i& Co., lRegistered Patent Ateoro nievs, of the Rialto; 499 Collins Street, -lelbourne, from whom readers may, obtain further information." It is not limited to 'Victoria. Theil Conn:issioner of Patents has ac cepted . the complete :specificatiois in the following instcanoes, consequentlyi full details are available, and. in due course, patents will issue in, the, liiajor ity of instances; . IHood sweeputg machine. . 'J. .;:: I-.ill has sold this to. a.. conipansy. The device. is a motor" cai', With a. ve'ry large cylindrical"t brusi delivering tinto a riceptacle. - (No. 11,732.) " Saucepan hLid Holdeir.-T.'he lid is kept on tlie handle partly, and to holi it the handle has i notichl or collar. W." 1. S. IHewetr . (No. 11,717.) Noni-refill ble bottle....
SHIRE ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
SHIRE ACCOUNTS The following accounts are awaityng payment at the shire office:--Monier Pipe Co., £18; J.' Cullen, £5; W. Macalister, £17; D. J Camer,,n, 16=; A. McLeod. 20s; J. Russell, £2 14s 3d; J. Laing. 26-; P. B. Summers, 15s; E. Jensen, 10s; J. J. Cullen, £1 16s; P. Jensen, £1 4s; A. Cameron, 5e; Kilpatrick and Co., £4 is; D. Vickers, 89; Powell and Thompson, £5; P. Jensen, £1 4;; J W. Stephens, £7; A, Simpson, £1; Arnall and Jackson, £7 6a 21; P M.. Orbost, £2 63 ld; J. Milpe, £4; Municipal Association. 84 64; Mrs Skipper, £1 14s; W, Hayve, £1 19e Id; H Peterson, £1; L Reed, 2s 6d; A. McLeod, 104; A. J. Rickard, -3 11s A, asmeron, 155.
NEARLY THREE CENTURIES AND A HALF OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
INEARLY JTHREE CENTURIES AND A HALF OLD. he bi m of Erven Lucas Bols, Aim Iterda.u, has been established since 157i6" nio 339 years. And right from its inception, it has earnedl the reputa tioni of prcdicing_ . Genevla and Liqueurs ,.of the e-vMey Iighest quality only. The CGeneva, especial ly' which has a world iiido i:eplitation, isiof ??ery high qual ity; indeed .bei?ig mi;adhe ijn the very best .materials. I:. is of a straw color, `dfue to its .beiiig very old from long storage in .wood. And the mnedical properties of the spirit cannot be over estimated, as it ncts specially on the lkidneys,
ORBOST RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
ORBOST'RIFLE CLUB The following are the winning scores at matches shot at the local range on Good Friday: BULL.-. 500yds. Score hop. ttl. prize A. AhlChow . 36' . 4 40 10s E. Waller ... .30 8 .38 5s F. Waller ... 36 ,:- 36' 3s D. E. Williams 25 8 33 2s MUSKETRY. 500yds. Score hoep.; tdl. prize W. G Gluth 16 14: 4 - 34: 5s H. Willia~ms 15 .13 6 :;34 3s L. Waller... 16 `16 1 33 23 BULL. . 600-yards. Score. `hcp. ttl. prize E Waller . 35 .:. 9' 44 104 W. G. Gluth_... 32 5 37 5s F. Wailler .. .3' 3 2 -35 3s A. Light...: ... 27 6 33, 2s MUSKETRY, 600yds. Score hop. ttl. prize W. G. Gluth 16 14 5 35 5s F. Waller... 15 16-_ 2 33 31 E. Waller... 14 9 9 32 2s Prize for greatest number of bulls eyes-F. Waller, 10s. Best aggregate, spoon competitions F. Waller, 180, 15s; W. A. Gluth, 176; 5s. Best aggregate, musketry-F. Wal ler, 150, 15s; W. Gluth, 150, 53.
CARRYING FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
CARRYING FACILITIES. Messrs. C.:E. Miller and Co., of 317 Collins Street, Melbourne, have an cx tenlsi ve 'carrying husiecss inl the cooun try, and their, returning enmpty- vlans of'er special faeilities for the collnvey :aice of furtniture aitnd goods of all die s .riptions 1o0111 towni to towni or to the city. They undertake storage in tlel boulrlle, and coinsignimii11its may be sent to them by rail. They advertise a list of centres fromn which vans will be returninlg emity during April and A large nunlher of farmers, with their families, attendod a picnlic in honor of the special constables who came to tlhf city during the recent N.Z. strike. The Priito Minister doe liered a stirring speeoh, especially praising the wives who carried out the farm work during their husband's ab sence. Each special constable was presented with a medal,
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
: At* th inSr. of eie iiig the, .'.jli0Jc.th ot Utuni ' ie cot cl1eeriing. 'i'h 'u~g ;oasinuel dysn ss siiid the ad iyith of, iioiings.tit siigest the, illn i 01`. sip'intto i bad witei. ' This lpplies '?,artichilaly: 'o : theui dairy ing industry _t ? esuis"n district is bad;yliti 1(l of iunmed.ate iain, whichi, it it fails.? ?thin t h. next. wneek or .so niglih? c ?use?an increase in the supply of ik iind: buter.: Otherwise. t will be very ;unlikely. that any. increase wdl takeo ilace in it1he- Supply, ooming to 3lbu'iii:e tirons that quarter until June or Jui; The butter now coming o- Ai Mlbtnuo. from niany factoiries'. Is vdery .poor iii `quality.. . Owing to tlh small. siipplibs of. cream in many pnarts of, thi coun try farmiers' calns .take lci-. ge' to ill, n.id cCuscqusently iproduoe on-ly very 'idifferent butter.- Cond iioui: aide generally. very` dry along the \luora.l3: ess thasln 5iu. of rain having aillcn' iin nine months. The irrigatiool a'iths are producing a little- ...
LAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
LAND' BOARD A land board was hold in the Orbost Mechanics' Institute on Thursday by IMr S. Mlott, District' Surveyor, and Mr W. Meilroy, acting Land Officer, when the following cases wore disposed of : - Parish of Mlurrungowar-E. Anderson, 239 acres.-Refused. Parish of Noorin beo--H. W.Morgan, 328 acres.-Recom mended for allots. 3815 and 38c, 126 acres. Parish of Winyar-D. Cameron, 100 acres -Recommended. Samen parish-J. A. Donald, 25 acres.-Reconnnondod. Parish of Weeragua-II. Cameron, 640 acres. Postponed. Parish of Cooaggalah-T. W. Brownlie, 100 acres.-Postponed. Parish of Tonghi-It. 11. Morgan, 130 acres. Refused. Parish of Jirrah-A. Tarbuck, 527 acres-Recommended conditionally. Sadho parish--I. Jonsen, 200 acres; H. Jensen, 3 acres.-Both recommended. Parish of Pinnak-J. Martin, 1031 acres. --Recommended for eastern part, about 350 acres. Parish of Bendoc-Agnes Hep burn, 120 acres-Reocommended, Same parish-G. IV. W. elmers, 255 acres-Recom mended for south portion. Same parish T...
ORBOST POLICE AND LOCKUP [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
ORBOST POLICE AND LOCKUP For some time past the inadcquacy of the lock-up accommodation at Orbost has been adversely commented on. There is only one cell which might be made to hold two men if they were either well behaved or helplessly druok, but if Constable Simpson had a violent pri soner or a female to deal with he would be hard put to it to stow any .others away. On representations being made some time ago the Chief Commissioner of Police said he did not see that the requirements of the place warranted any further expenditure, which was an aR tonishing statement to make. The Government had then spent a consider able sum of money in erecting a new police station and it would only have caused a trifling addition to the outlay to erect a couple more cells. As it is now the police are not able to properly carry out the prison conditions, they have to abstain from making arrests and the magistrates at times are not able to deal with prisoners in the way they think most advisable for...
ORBOST FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
ORBOST FOOTBALL CLUB The annual meeting of members of. the above club -was held at theo Club Hotel on. Monday evening, Mr F. B. Andrews in the chair. The balance-sheet, showing a satisfac tory balaice in -hand, was read and adopted, and a bonus of £2 2s was voted to the:secretary: Mr J: F. McCoy,: for his services. - The members' subecription for, the, year was fixed at 4s, and the tickets will contain numbers for each of the twelve matches, one of which will ba punched out on each date. The following otlicers were elected for the year -:President, Mr F. B. An drews ; vicE-presidents, Messrs "R Par dew and A. E. Rodwell ; secretary, Mr J. F. McCoy ; comimittee-Messrs J. Nixon, F. Cowell, A. Rennie, T. C. Arkins and P. C. Nixon; delegates-. Messrs A. E. Rod well and P. C. Nixon match committee-Messrs. F. B. An drews, F. Cowell and J. Nixon. A trophy was promised by Mr Drever main for competition during the season. It was agreed to.adopt a uniform com posed of white knickers,: with da...
NEWMERELLA FOOTBALL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
NEWMERELLA FOOTBALL CLUB Thie annual meeting. of the club was.: held :at the Commonwealth Hotel on Saturday evening; Mr W. XA GuIitli i. thlie~hair. Tihere. vas~a good- atteidan ceo me li tiUers an id the repor ?:showed hath the cluIb was i a good posiion as there was-a siall balanice ini hand; ')OTfficers w.ere? elected a? ? ,follows SPr sident, Mir CW uliming; vice-presidents RMessrs .\ A Gluth and. W arrgen ,n ,secretary: and treasurer,` Mr 0 Andrews committee Messis P. c'Kin ioni J IMKin~non .V Cameron;- D. McColl and S. Gargan Thei merm be Ssubscription was hixed at 4: and it was ?resolved that ticets must? : be 'lpuncled at the iga:te at each match: : The: `club: decided. t:o'it ad uniform consisting of blue sweater with:red sash, red socks and white k?ic kers. and to: req'uest' the Or bost club to also ladopt a:'suitable. costume It as resolved ht :tlie: thtieer sporting clubs be invited: to 'send delegates to a: conference`` to be held with a view to` talking steps to have a...
Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XIII. AN ARCADIAN VILLA. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
Terribly Tempted. S A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CH.J :APTEl X11. AN ARIIADIAN VILLA. "Sleep sank them lower than the tide of dreams. L . 'And their d 1re1in watched theln sink and slide away." After some ilontihs 'absence from England, Mr. and Mrs. Stainer re tuirnedl froem lands of art and beauty, to-settle downsin the most homely and practical fashion in a pretty little villa at fBayswatei.. Mrs. Desart ,had ex erted herself to the utmost to meet the Colonel's wishes; and accompanied 'by .his "alter ego" Captain Maudsley, had Sisited a wise estate agent, who soon put' them in the way of finiding a charming residence. "Maudsley apparently took a deep interest in the comfort of the happy pair;! he appreciated and admired Le anor's naturoe; which was moulded on those fine, noble lines which invariably bring their possessor disappointment and sorrw; for to be above mediocrity -whether in art or feeling-is to be anade miserable. Anything above sue diocrity is so often fatal. He kne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
--WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING '* Pleases r' "Ni6~ C. E. MILLER AND CO., • -- The - FURNITURE REMOVERS AND STORERS. 317 COLLINS STREET, MELB. 1lhones--) _ - 92 _,9).. Larue nuuiber, Yaria coastutly - ,: trui velling couinitry.: we icait i - . loaliiii, " \\rite u 'i ' JC rntiling .in pl 1fits tenee Stori :. i d ;i . i:, diiiedi ilil rooms ait: ceiir?i, ait:.?t? ' Viilis returniinig ioiin ? in' ni; bool.: 31oitl ? [lie ornig.: (liiip i down, Col:te.; Lisimored 1ur1n? Vans. I etiiriniig -? ron] : lir 'i W'odoiggu,. 1 nllii, uon0l: dotig: Vauus retiurning .in N iill0Nii:iii?k Eclhueca. Picola. -ocliestec; Ben di'o. e;1ly iii M' aLy. Back Loading Wanted; c.--~~~~~---~ ~ I·1.~.r..... ~i. .. -..;~ Harrison, San Miguel PROP. LTD., CORK MERCHANTS, AND SUPPLY HOUSE POR Brewers, Aerated Water Manufact?rms, Hotel Keepers, mBakers, ° and Refresnemt Rooms. Correspondence tnmted AlM Articles used in the abe Note Address- 304 FLINDERS STREET, e. MELBOURNE. I. - Stone Jars Only. Straw Col...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Corresponlent.) Interesting datails in conneotion w-itk the Scato ecucation system are furnish. ed in the anhual report of the Drector Dealing with the year 1913, it state, that the number of day schools was 2126, comprising 2031 full-time and 9. part-timu schools. Durinn the year b5 schools were added to tho roll, and 51 were struck off. Of the 2126 day schools in operation, not fewer thar 732 are maintained for an average at. tendance of 20 pupils or less. The expenditure per pupii in small schools is thus very heavy, amount:ig in some cases to as much as £11 pe-r child for expenses of instruceion alone. Recent legishacion has added materrally to the cost of these sohools, for, in order tc secure teachers for them, it has beer found necessary to increase .is salar. ies offered. Women head teachers o' the sixth, or lowest, class ace now re coiving salaries from £110 miaimuin tc £130 maximumn per annum; a?d imeser teaohers of this class, salaries f...
NUT BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
NUT BUTTER. Tho increasing popularity of butter made fro'n vegetable oil is a matter of serious interest to colonials, who have built up a hugo butter trade. Some ten years ago (says the "Standard"), attempts were made to introduco vege table oils in the manulfacture of mar garine, only ,ninal ifats having been previously employed. S:noe then great advances have been inade, and in the nlmanufactl? r e of mliargariue chllemistry Ihas achieved one of its triumphs. T'o day nuti butter is one of the staple articles of food for tli ma sses. At first cocoanut oil only was used in its manl i 'Oture, bIut miany olther substances are now employed, such as ground nut oil, ;, p-aii I: i e' l l,;. o miake all these oils a pericel basis, they are treated with a lighit alkaline solution, which absorbs all free fatty acids in them, making the oil neutral. After this certain remaining volatile elements, which wulid tend to produce ranoidity and an, unpleasant flavor, are got rid- of by heating the ...
THE TYROLEAN FRUIT CASE. A GERMAN METHOD OF PACKING APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
THE T:'YROLEAN.FRUIT CASE. A GER AN METhOD OF PACKINt A: PPLES. By, J. G. Tuner (Chief aHorticultUrai Oliiccii), in `'Journal of Agrjioil-' . Abouttihe 11th October last, a cable grain appeared iii tlie daily press hiclh rBad as follows: AUS?RALIAN Fl,UIT. Germani Market. P lcknlig Methods Criticiseid. lei Hienocli, of: iJerlin i: a. ai peit to Ethe ii ommonwealth Govern nentsi:stastos that the importation or Ig ti'liiL' apples and pears intos Gerniauysyis 'greatly .projudici~el be cause:?thelfruit is wrongly- packed. M-erchants -lwho relpack the finuit in.a loloser anrid mnore attractive isy Svers:iniaking 25 per cent. addi .uioiit profit owing to tle-:. altcia tionTi -cfruit marketed .in Ger 'lusyi i'?i?:apidlly extending; aiid is attraitigig 'buyers fr?oi Riussia, Se:nindnavia; and adjacent e ooun tries:?. ;Heir : Bienoch offers to..for w ar?. sampleo cases to Auistraliah S.,iolke in the iGoi"Geman style. shlould tlife fr"it-:gro?ers wish it. h..snliediateJy after the' appearance...
OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 April 1914
OBSERVATIONS. WVilin you removeo your shoes ,it nightt, and dirt, chaff or. other litter siits oever the floor, get busy with the tdust-pan and broom. Your wife will appreciate your thoughtfulness. "' an" is a.:hustler, a man self-made Who turns off jobs galore; "I Can't" lights his pipe, sits down in the shade, And bemoans the fact that he is poor. If you mako hoIie pleasant for the children with books and games and an occasional treat, you will not be wor ried by. their being on the streets at i night. The child who is not' taught to save his pennies will never kno.w the value of a shilling. A bully is invariably a coward. Let the boy have a piece of ground of his own this year to plant-best way in the world to make a farmer of him. Give him every cont. he can produce from ii. Someo people grumble beca.use the road to success isn't paved. The best-natlured and happiest clhl dren afe those not surfeited with toys. 'Tho-vital forco lost iduring a fit- of anger is equal to a hard day...