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DISTRICT NEWS. POREPUNKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
DISTRICT HEWS. * . POREPUNKAH. fagg Arrangements are well for*s the reception and entertainment Collingwood cricket team whici meet the local boys on the Rtf* Reserve on Good Friday and *" tug Saturday. At the couclusi03 &lt;atne a banquet will be held s> Carmody's Hotel, whilst a dances local Hall will follow. Visits Iredges and trips to the FilJ to Mount Buffalo are also set as part of the prc^ranifflf. . .Monday will be free for th* to attend the Easter Sports at . The visitors, who it iJ exp*ck number about 30, are to be fuodated at the local Hotel w* Barlow's "Hill View" house, ft weilders of the willow have bsw * bit of strenuous practice of ^ is asked that all who can so should endeavour to put io ^ ?->r two during the present week. Most of the arranges^ this visit are being carried ;. J C» Chandler, aud with his hap?? of getting things to come out fully the visitors as well as tM should have au enjoyable time
It Was All Settled. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
It Was All Settled, The aged farmer was dying, aiid 1 his young wife was sitting by the bedside. "Mary," he murmured; and she bent down to hear the low-spoken words. "You had better marry William, the ploughman, when I am gone. He's a good, steady fellow, and would look after the farm better than anybody else." "Don't you worry," returned the dutiful wife, in soothing accents; "that is all settled!" Dimbleby had the misfortune one day to get in the way of on automo bile driven by a lady and was taken to a hospital. The lady followed and endeavored to impress Dimbleby witb the fact that the blame for the acci dent was all his. "You know," she said, "you must have been walking very carelessly. I am a very careful driver. I have been driving a car for seven years." "You've got no ad vantage over me, ma'am," said Dim bleby politely. "I've been warning for thirty-four years!"
Bright Easter Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Bright Easter Carnival. THERE wa3 a large attendance of mem bars ot the above at the Star Hotel on Thursday evening, when Mr J. A. Dando, president, presided over a meeting to elect officials and make further arrange ments for the succees ot the Easter .Monday gathering.-The following gentle men were elected without opposition to run the meeting on Monday week nert: Judges-Horse events. President; Wood chopping Events, Messrs \V C Snell, Maddison, and Goldsworthy, J P. Stew ards-Horse Events, Messrs Quin, Knee bone, Showers, Kett, J Brogan, and Dr. Skewes; Wood-chops, Messrs Traulsen, Lawrence and Ball. Handicappers Horse Events. Messrs Goldsworthy and G R Abraham; Wood-chops, Messrs, Goldsworthy and W C Snell. Timekeeper -Mr J S H Walker. SiddleCloth Stew ards-Messrs Oakley, Renouf, and Ahem Clerk of Course-Mr J Duncan. StBrter-Mr J Fulton. Official Measur ers-Messrs Snoll and Miles. Soratching StewardB-Messrs J H Jones, J.P., Ahem and "Oakley. SUPERVISING STEWARD Mr Goldsworthy co...
Common Complaints. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Common Complaints. Sufferers from disordered kidneya are recommended to read the follow ing interesting letters: From Mr. J. B. Besanko, bootmaker, ( 20 Station-avenue, Ascot Vale, Vic. I "Some years ago 1 caught a severe chill. The cold settled in my kidneys and I suffered excruciating pains in | the back and under the shoulder- . blades with most distressing and vio lent headaches, loss of appetite and j sleepless nights. The pain and loss | of sleep made me extremely nervous i and irritable. I was gradually get- I ting worse when Warner's Safe Cure j was brought under my notice. I got ' some of the medicine and commenced | to take it. 1 could soon feel a change j for the better, which continued from day to day. After taking the medi cine for a few weeks, I became quite ! well and once again in the enjoy ment of good health. I have not had any return of the complaint since that time." From Mte. II. Burnes, lfl Maria-st., Petersham, Sydney, N.S.W. "Some years ago my husband wa3 suf...
Concerning People. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Concerning People. AT the nntiuil meeting of the Wangar atta District Hotelkeepers' Association on Friday evening last, Mr S. B Abraham son of Mrs C. Abraham, of Bright,_was elected president for the ensuing term Mr W. H. Glover, formerly of Porepun kah, was elected vice-president. Mr M. Lorenz, acting-p:jrter guard a', the local railway station, has passed hli esamiuation for the position of station master, and may bs promoted and- re moved at an early date. We congratu late Mr Lorenz on his success. Miss Minnie J. Rowe, first assistant teacher at the Wnndiligong State school, has been notified of her transference to Malvern School. Miss Rowe will take up her new duties after the Easter holidays. Miss Amy Gow, of Wandiligong, has accepted a position as clerk in the solici tor's office presided over by Mr M G G Fox, at Swan Hill, and will leave for that district at an early, date Mr Joseph Murray, J.P., has been ap pointed district deputy coroner to fill the vacancy caused by the de...
About Our Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
About Our Soldiers MAJOR Couchsian, who is' district for the purpose of oruita for the miners, engines? nioneera corps, has arraised io3 the whole of to-morrow (Sitntii? interviewing intending app!icm!s.( Goucbman may be seen at t'us|§|s Hall on tha date mentioned. SK® Eric Robertson, eldest sonoii'fcsE'" Robertson, formerly G.P.S. at tas has besn accepted for activa s_-3; abroad, and goes into ciinp nsitfe^ Tbia young sildier is at presents;®? a brief holiday with his reli&|| Wandiligone. ' E-irly in November of last_7ei',| Geraldine Milne, youngest Councillor R. Milne, J.P., addressed a letter to a "lonely somewhere in France." By the lit" -*he received a reply from Sergeant-major W. Jarrott, laten at the Myrtleford State acboi| writer stated when tha mail ws tnbuted he was the "lonely soldisj .xpressed his surprise and delir! receiving such a missive from oc^ pupils. Writing from "somewhere in !:§§ to a member of the lical RsHl® Society, Private Alick Bu;k . "On being dis...
Court of Petty Sessi[?] TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Court of Petty SesaW BEFORE Messrs J. Brogan andjuj J's P. T* H. Mulholland v. Ah Bu:k. jjj.i for complainant asked for a j mrnraent tor one month to effufTJ ment.-Granted. '® Elizabeth Short v. John g r Charged on 15th diy of March'diij^a one bu'lock, the property of comni^3 D'i-sn'livit a-»id ha only raciiwf summons at 11 p m. tin nightfcjrjf h'ld nn chance t.-> d^frsn-1. Mr jj f compWinant, ol.jjcted tn &-.j ,=1 inant. If f?rante'1. ho .isVod f^?| amounting to £3 3/ or £4 4|-]UJ agreed to go on.-Mr Ryan siidS ings were taken under Justice! 4ti| 04. It was necessary to prove detention, and notice of sarvica. i Elizabeth Short said Bhe was ^ twice and her first husband lelt*J| perty to her including stock. I instnf Severidge Bros, to sell my bal3 , special sale at Myrtleford. B;i»_ told me he could not sell tha baM? Lawler objected. Saw auctianjSt,| told me bullock could not bj sjl Lawler objected. I received IjUjJ Lawler who said ho would sea iifJ, court. Beveridge's bu...
Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
fining Notes. THE Maori Queen dredge won 41oe. last week The remaining publicly-owned dredgeo are still idle for various causes At tho Tawonga (Sharp's old claim) the manager reports the construction of plant is nearing completion, and also that men are engaged cleaning out the tunnel and renewing old sets of timber preparatory to Btopio'g. Arrangements are being made by the Junction Company to prospect the Harrietville Star dredging lease. Should this prove up to expectations the company will purchase the property and commence dredging operations. Messrs R. Dwyer and W. Williams are treating a crushing of about. 12. tons from their mine at Growler's Creek, at Fraser's battery, Wandiligong.
Church Services. Sunday, 1st April, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Church Ssrvioes. Sunday, 1st April, 1917. il E mo DIST- Wandiligong 10, Rev. L. E. Egan-Lee; 7, Supply. Bright 11.30, Rev. L. E. Egan-Lee ; 7,* Supply. Freeburgh 3, Rev. L. E. Egan-Lee. Porepunkah 7, Rev. L. E. Egan-Lee. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-Wandiligong 10, Bright 11 and 7, Porepunkah 3.15, Rev. G. Brammall. PRESBYTERIAN.-Porepunkah 11, Wan diligong 3.30, Bright 7, Mr A. McKen zie Harrison. SALVATION ARMY, BRIGHT.-Fire Bri * gade Half, young people's meeting at' ! 10 a.m. Meetings 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 8 p.tu; Week-night meetings every W edn esday. Captain Winter in charge
Myrtleford Cattle Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Myrtleford Cattle Sale. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & Co rep.-rfc having held a sptcial sale of cattle at tbeir yards, Myrtleford, on Friday last, when they yarded 993 head of ail classes of cattle, comprising a big percentage of grown cat tle. Nice cowa aud heifers and good young cattle, the yarding it® admitted to be the best peon in the North-Enetern district for many years--. We hud the best attendance of l/uycr-i that has ever been at a Myrtlefonl special tale. We conveyed 24 buyers hy icotor cars from VVangaratta, which in cluded buyers from all parts of Victoria. Southern Riverina and local. We opened our sale on 110 splendid bullocks, which reached the high figure of LI5 9/6 fc the line, and at the price could not b&lt; sold, these with two other pens behalt of same vendor were passed in. A start was made with the local cattle, for which exceedingly brisk competition was main tained throughout the whole of the sale; pen after pen realising very high prices, and the gene...
The Open Column FAIR DEALS TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
The Open Column ---» FAIR DEALS TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-la reply to a letter over the signa ture of J. A. A fridge in your last issue, I beg to state that I still hold the opinion that every councillor sitting at the table is prepared to give any ratepayer a fair oealraud if Mr Atridge will put his com plaints lu writing arid forward them to nest meeting I feel convinced they will be dealt with according to their merits .Yours, etc., " , , , , G. B. ABRAHAM, Bright, 29/3/17 Presideu
Those Commissions. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Those Commissions. A dog once bit a boy's leg, so the latter's father promptly sued the owner of the animal. After much ! wrangling the case was submitted to an independent inquiry committee, which many years after gave their decision as follows: - "We find the dog partly responsible for the bite-not the owner, whom we have established has no cannibalistic tendencies. Considering the inde pendent action of the animal, which pointed to bones in the vicinity, it is to be regretted that the canine intelli gence did not consider the portion of leg between it and the said bones. "The boy is not guilty of nogligence in getting in the dog's way, and we should compensate him, only he is now a man, and it was a boy who was bitten. Litewise he has forgotten which leg suffered. "We are inclined to censure the dog for careless discrimination, but it is dead, so we unanimously conciude no one is guilty, except the ratepayers, who, having derived considerable en tertainment from the proceedings, ...
JUST MAKE-BELIEVE. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
JUST MAKE-BELIEVE. It there isn't any pleasure Waits for you beside the way, If there's not a thing to grin at In your journey day by day, It you've got excuse for kicking Don't you do it! Don't you do it! Just be happy, anyhow. Just be happy, just be happy; Take the fiddle and the bow. Snuggle it against your shoulder, Limber up, and let 'er go, Till the world is full of music, And there's joy in every string; j Till you get all outdoors laughing, j And you make the echoes ring. It's a duty you are owing To the world to shake your feet, And to lift your voice in singing, Till the music fills the street; If th9 world is dark and gloomy, And you haven't got a friend, It's your duty to dissemble, It's your duty to pretend. If you meet the world n-grinning, Then the world will grin at you. You can laugh the clouds to flinders, Till the blue sky glimmers through; If you just pretend you're happy, ! With your whole heart in the bluff, Then, almost before you know it, | You'll be happy, s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Assurance Co. Ltd. ESTABLISHED ITSA WORKERS' COMPENSATION Fire. Accident. Losses by Bush Fires and Lightning ar« made good by this Company AGENTS WANTED. ?ALGETY & Co. LTD., MELBOURNE. General Agents for Victoria. The Fiioenii lniuroa CROPS an4 STACKS against damage by FIRS and Crops against damage by HAIL STONES. Wheat Farms on Shares! with Right of Purchase J FARMS TO LET, ready for plough J Five Miles to Rail. 2-i-inch rainfall. ' BOX 1075, G.P.C., 8YDNEY. Messrs. Stone and Co., Metropoli tan Meat Market, report:-For past weelc fair supply of porkers to hand. Calves have been coming to hand in very small numbers. The demand, In consequence, has been very brisk, good prices resulting, sales being as follows:-Pigs-Prime small 9%d. to lOd. per lb., medium and good small 9d. to 9%d., prime heavy 8V2d. to 9d., medium and good heavy Sd. to 8%d., baconers 7d. to Sd., backfatters Bd. to Gd., chopping and rough sorts 4d. to od. Calves-Prime 7d. to 7%d.. medium to good small G^d. t...
Going to Waste. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Going to Waste. "Everyone v.'lio goes to Niagara," says- n novelist wlio" lias receiitly come from America, "hears some ab surd, ridiculous and inept remark there. _ You stand and gaze at the' falls,'- profoundly moved, and then,. of a sudden, something is said, and tile effect of the grandeur goes for ever. "The day I first saw Niagara a man touched my arm as I looked up at those white waters. I turned to him. He had the smile of the confirmed joker. " 'It seems a shame,' he said, 'to see all this going to waste.' "'What are you?' I said, 'an elec trical engineer?' " 'No,' he answered, 'a milkmari.'" American people have a very high appreciation of the humor of English men, and have been specially tickled by a story Colonel Cody used to tell. 1-Ie said that some years ago an Eng lishman who had never been in tlae&lt; West before was his guest. They were riding through a Rocky Moun tain canyon one day, when suddenly a tremendous gust of wind came swooping dowu upon them and ...
Quite So. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Quite So. "And now, ladies and gentlemen," said .the guide of the local museum, "we come to the Armoury. On our right we 'ave the identical knives with which the robbers fought when they took the Babes into the Wood. On our left we 'ave the axe with which Sir Walter Raleigh was be'eaded. Next to it we see one of Dick Tur pin's pistols; and, again, next to that, we 'ave the shield which the Black Prince used in the Crimean War. 'Ere we 'ave the bow and arrow used by the Doolc of Wellington at the battle of Agincourt, and, passing along a little farther, we see the actual sword with which Balaam slew the ass." "Just a moment," said one of the party. "I didn't know Balaam had r. sword. I thought he only wished for one." "Quite so, sir-quite so! And if you'll only give me time to finish and not "interrupt, I was just going to add that this is -the very one he wished for."
Each in His Little Cot. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Each in His Little Cot. The scene was the club-room; the hour advanced. Serious, gloomy, cheerful, elated were the earnest faces of the talkers by turn, as the argu ments for and against came thick and fast. And the subject under debate-"Do Fish Sleep?" That was all; but it was sufficient to keep them at it till a late hour of the night, while patient ly waited their respective wives at home. So fiercely waged the controversy that it burnt itself away. There came a lull; most of the debaters were play ed right out. It was then that the "cheerful idiot" who had played the listener's role, chipped in. Rising from his roomy arm-chair, where he had lain unob served, he stretched, yawned, then spolce: "Gentlemen, the hour is late; I, for one, must hie me to my cot. Do fish sleep? I do not know. But, if tliey don't, why river-beds?"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
A Simple Home Recipe ihat Restores Qrey or Faded Hair without the use of Dyes Anyone can restore their grey or farted hair to its natural color, stlra ulate its growth, and make it son and glossy, with this simple recipe, which they can mix at home. To IV2 oz of Rejuveni Compound add loz. of Bay Rum, shaking well together; then add sufficient water to make 10 oz (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 yoanger. 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 solic...
IF THINGS WERE REVERSED. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
IF THINGS WERE REVERSED. The dogs had a meeting and decid ed that they needed core amuse ments. "One of the best things I know," said a greyhound, "is to teach some man how to do tricks." This owakonod general interest. The greyhound was asked how it could be done. "Fortunately," he replied, " it is comparatively easy, owing to the law, which enables us to do about anything we please with regard to a man. We can torture him to death by starvation or can make his life a hell on earth." "But," objected a cocker spaniel, "is it necessary to do this in order to train him to do amusing tricks? Can t you get the same result by kindness?" This made the greyhound growl with pleasure. "My dear fellow," he replied, "you don't quite understand. It is largely an economic question. In order to make any money out of a trained man we must teach him by the shortest and most direct method. There is nothing, like starvation and terror to bring about results. Suppose you wnnt to teach a man how to cli...
Sam the Sprucer. He Tells of Recent Trouble in the German Army. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 30 March 1917
Sam the Sprucer. Tails of Recent Trouble In the German Army. By F. W. Thomas. "I expect you read in the papers of the taking of Bully Beef Corner?" saicl Sam. "The Loyal Leadswing ers was well on in that act, and a very pretty little do it was. No end of a joyous rag, and yours truly was well in the spotlight on 'that glorious occasion." "Yes, I remember it very well," I said. "1 believe the Leadswingers advanced over broken ground amid a perfect hail of bullets and after a stiff hand-to-hand scrap drove the en emy out of It flying. Isn't that so?" "No, my" son; Bully Beef Corner was captured not at the point of tlio bayonet, but at the point of my tongue. Otherwise the account is fairly correct. "The facts of the case were as fol lows, see that wet, see that dry, cut iiiv throat before I tell another lie. On the morning of the Umpteenth ol Octember 1 received a picture post- j -ard from G.H.Q., which said, 'Dear I 3am, the pot-bellied lot of aliens in Bully Beef Corner are getting ...