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The Economist. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
The Economist. Some people seem to think that, to get rich, one must economise like Blanco. Blanco's faithful old (log had turned sickly and savage, and so Blanco sai&lt;j to liSs wife, on arriving home from business on Saturday" evening: "I'll shoot Towser to-morrow morn ing 'before church." Blanco paused, then added, stern ly: "So remember, please, that he wont need any breakfast."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
TWO WOMEN. From Mrs. M. Darcy, 163 St. Leonard's-road, Ascot Vale, Vic toria. "Sonic years ago, I began to'suf fer from various liver and kidney troubles, arising no doubt from a severe cold I contracted about that time, and which nearly prostrated me. From thence on I experienced acute pain in the back and sides, and under the shoulder blades. The slightest pressure on the liver would cause me intense pain. I suffered like this for a long while without any prospect o£ relief, I having tried so many re medies without avail. As a last re source I decided to try a course of Warner's Safe Cure, which had been highly rccommcndcd to me by friends who had derived great benefit from taking the medicine. After taking a •few bottles of Warner's Safe Cure my health improved rapidly, and I was soon effectually cured and free from all the pain and discomfort which has assailed me for so many years." - From Mrs. Eva Sharrer, 24 Hanover street, Windsor, Vic. " Some years ago I was taken with viol...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD . By L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VIII. Sheila Danvers possessed those at tributes which are the common and much-valued prerogatives of certain mixed races. On her mother's side she was Irish to her finger-tips; Bhe had all the impetuosity, the fire, the enthusiasm, the imagination of those fascinating people. Mrs. Danvers had been a Carey from Donegal, and her descent was long and pure. On the other side, Sheila's father was a stur dy Yorkshire man, firm of .figure, up right in his bearing, and with a Bplen did sense of conscientiousness. But Sheila inherited something far more valuable than money. She had derived from her mother pride of race and distinction of carriage. Her eyes—those truly Irish eyes—were put in, as the saying is, "with dirty fingers," the skin around them being a shade darker than the rest of the face. Then, co...
SCOTTS WANTED HERE. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
SCOTTS WANTED HERE. The North and South Poles have both been discovered, but there are still lots of places the geographical world is simply aching to have defin ite facts about. Geographers were badly sold lately when' an explorer knocked on the head the foelief that the river Brah maputra (a mighty river that flows along the north side of the Himalayas and joins the Ganges) possesses a waterfall compared with which Niag ara is a bafoy. The lower part of the river is some thousands of feet lower than the. up per reaches, and it has long been thought that the unexplored middle region included a mighty cataract. It doesn't. The geographical world iB sorry, but glad to know. Arabia is country with vast pos sibilities for the ambitious explorer. Only the coast fringe is really known even to the natives, who call the in terior "The Land of the Void." There are 600,000 square miles of it, and it may contain absolutely anything in the way of riches, ruins, or—sand. Somebody is wanted to f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
J _...i!iar.n.0E,. THE OFFICE OF THE " Bruthen and Tamba Timet' . i» sit n»t I'd in IN RONALD STREET, OFF MAIN STREET. T!ic btisiiicBM is wider new Pr"!>ri*tnrJ' • and Slaimgeineut ami every efPirtlwill b* made to present a readable Paper V> oui nbserilior and (lie l'ublic generally. The Paper is Issued on WEDNESDAY Evening. Copies to Country Subscriber* will « posted on Wednesday Evening* in time for nil mails. Advertisers will please Note (Jib alter alion mid remember that. Advertiaem«nU by PostMCST reach Brnllion on Tuosiay niglit (unlesH preriuuoly ,i4rikeil) to on sure insertion. Standing NtisineBS Advertisements ar * use' ted at a Jow scale. Job Printing Neatly Lxecnted. Printed and published by R. S. BunHAjr, at the Bruthen and Tambo Times Office, Ronald Street, Bruthen, Ea*C« Gippsland, Victoria.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
THE TRUSTEES' ASSOCIATION LTD., 89-91 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. Value-o! Trust Estate, appro*., £2,700,000. AUTHORISED CAPITAL., £250,000. SUBSCRIBED. £150 000. ATjL CLASSES OF TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR BUSINESS. All the Directors have country interests, and Country Estates are a Specialty. DIRECTORS:—W. M. Hyndman, Esq., Chairman; Colin Templeton, Esq.; Hon. John Thomson, M.L.A.; Harry P. Henty, Esq. ^ Money to Lend without Commission. Applications will be promptly dealt with and Valuation Fees, etc., quoted. Manager: Arthur Grenbry Outhwaite, J.P. Send for Association's Pamphlet, Riving fullest information. The IDEAL HAIR-DYEING COMB instantly colors Groj Ilair. T'.eitorei Faded Hair. Darkens Auburn Ilalr. BY SIMPLY COMBING THE HAIR toy shade of brown or* brilliant black Is imparted. Does not dlsoolor ikln nor scalp. Cleanly and easr to oss. Succiss certain. Improrea the Hair. Guaranteed harmless and free from mineral poison. *PrIi~0 *7 f(Z with full direction!, and A ills I/O, carrlsge pa...
WIT AND HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
WIT AND HUMOR 'Therese changes her ba'ir co!1" stantly." "That's 'because it's so closeto ner mind, probably." "What kind of a disguise are y,ou going to wear at the masquerade • "A 'diaphanous' gown." „ People will see right through that. "I don't know what I want to eat to-day. I'd like a little o£ everything. "Very •well, sir," replied the waiter. "The. hash will be ready in a fcw mln" utes." "So you don't approve of those London Suffragettes?" „ "I don't know much about them, replied Miss Cayen, "but 1 can't help feeling that a woman who can't su'D due a few men without the use o' dynamite is something of a failure.' "This isn't a clean knife, Jane, said the young mistress to the new servant. "Well, it ought to be," said the ser vant, "for the last thing It cut was soap," "3VIy dear wife spent her ear1-}' years in a milliner's shop," said a wealthy self-made man the other day. "Mine spends most of her ^ tune there now," growled his friend- "She s pretty dear, too!" Mrs. Baye—She...
CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
CHAPTER IX. But if Sheila Danvers was sad over night, she had no time for melan choly on the following morning. After all, she was young, and her glass told her that she was beautiful. The Bun was filling her bedroom with a gold en light. She sprang out of bed, washed and dressed quickly without waiting for Nanny's aid, and was out! in the garden some time Ibefore breakfast. She could not help a sense of intense relief at the absence of Ralph; and this sense of relief she reproached herself for, as she knew | quite well that what gave her plea sure gave poor Aunt Margaret the keenest pain. Nevertheless, she was glad. Ralph as a little boy had been tiresome, selfish and quarrelsome. As he grew older, his greatest delight was to give Sheila sharp pinches on the sly. All these were objectionable enough;•but. the last time she was home his manner had been insolent and overbearing. He had remarked boldly on the color of her eyes, tfie length of her tawny hair, and the shape of her feet. ...
Melbourne, Bairnsdale and Bruthen. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
Melbourne, Bairnsdale and Brutlien. , ' • . . A.M_\ Mails Ifnv^Mi'ilmnrn'* il»i!y it 7.30 T.I1 O. r K ,, Sh!« , 1 ,, lliiirii.sdiilc 3.JIC „ Lnckiitiw ,, 3.3r j „ ShihI)i-I(1 4 35 „ Wiseleigh R.O. 6.15 Dim itt i'.i iithen G "5 l.enves —Biutlien 8 „ Wiseleigh R.O. 8.4c „ .yniaKtlti „ 3,1£ „ Luc-know t( 10.15 Uue—BiiiniRdnie , j }.(, AM S.1I0 B.3C P.M Alfllioiirtie 1 3C
Bruthen to Buchan [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
Brutlieii to Buchan Tu. Th. Sat n.m. 3.ir Lea ves—Brat hen 8.0 4.30 „ Red Nob (no bag) - 10.30 j.y „ Tara (R.O.) 11.15 8.rs „ Buchan S. 2 p.m. 11 , Due Buchan 3 11.47 : _ Mon. • Wed. Fr . Leaves—Buchan 11 q ' „ BuchanS. H-45 9-45 : p.m... p.ir „ Tara i.45 11.43 „ Red Nob (no . bag) '2.30 12.3. Due—Bruthen 6 4
Bruthen to Omeo. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
Bruthen to Omeo. A.M . [.(■uvea— BrutIii'ii daily ixt T> „ 'I'liinUii &lt;Y;»s&lt;iiii» „ 9.'.? „ Stirling, . I u.'Tl>: S»(. 11.EVS Oui!—Stiilinf,', ,, „ , 11.1 «•* I*. >' - Ohvi'r—Knsay tl»iIy at lii.30 „ Swift.'* Ck. Jimrtinii 5J.1R ,f "Toii»ib Wi'Ht ,, 3.45 „ Cii«siliti (j;.\l.Co. (I. B) 3 45 „ CiiKKilin „ 4.10 line.— Omeo ,, 6.30 A.M. r,>-n.vi'H—Omeo 6.3C „ Cns*ilin . , 8.30 Tonfjio Went. „ 8..')0 Swift's Ck. Jtinclinn lO.'JO P.M „ Kimiiy 12.'.16 „ *l'n m 1 OioHMiug 3 20 I >111;—t ii II t lifli ( 7.3C
Connecting Service for Orbost. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
Connecting Service for Orboat. • P M. l.f'iivps—Ilr>K|ii|.:i] (lit, Mori. 12 30 „ ■•'Now,i Now,i ,, ] :jc Due—lino),,,,, cohkIi >o,ul (Hnl No!,) Moii, „ 2.30 A W. f.«iivns—UiicIihii coft"li r'&lt;l S»r. 7.30 „ Nown'Ncwa. „ 8.30 t)ue — Hos|iii.,r Cieek 12 '
TAMBO SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
tmm shiftg oounsil. The monthly meeting of the above was held last Friday. Pre sent: Crs Price, (president) Sims, M'Keown, Irvine, Howlett, Sli ding, B.'oome and M'Rae. Applications. Three applications were receiv ed from persons willing to make a special valuation of the properties in the Cuninghame township, viz: R. W. Stirling, N. Wellington, and W. H. Martin.—Cr Broome moved that Mr Martin be appoint ed. The motion received no sec onder, and on the motion of Crs Sims and M'Rae, Mr Stirling was appointed. One application, H. W. Beech er, was received for the position of foreman in the Buchari riding but as the engineer thought him unsuitable and had made arrange ments with Foreman Morgan, of Bumberrah riding, the matter was left in the hands of the engi neer. L. G. Quail, who was the only j applicant for the position of herds- ! man at Buchan, was appointed. Tenders. One tender was received for working the Johnsonville ferry.— It was decided to call for fresh tenders by next meet...
Bush Nursing Concert at Buchan. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 13 May 1914
Bush Cursing Concert at Sucnan. I On the 7th inst the annual I annual concert in aid of the Bush I Nursing Association was held in [Buchan Mechanics' Institute. In I the absence of the president, Cr ' G. H. Slocombe, Mr J. C. Wyatt, vice president, presided, after apoligising for the absence of the president and some of the promi j nent members which was unavoid > able, the following lengthy, taste I ful, and interesting programme rwas rendered:—Songs, Messrs 1 Cameron (2), Gearing, Jeffers and I Tuck, Misses R. Roclwell, F. P. I Cameron, and Tuck; duet, Messrs I Cameron and Gearing; recita I tions, Messrs P. Kenney, E. Mac | kieson, and Master B. Dalley, I and Mfss N. Cameron. A chorus J was also rendered by the school ; children, whilst two glees were ( also rendered by a company of ! singers. At the conclusion of the ■ programme, the chairman, on be . half of the Bash Nursing Commit tee, thanked all those who had contributed to the success of the evening's enjoyment, adding sp...
The Grateful Father. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 20 May 1914
The Grateful Father. A young man, at the risk of his life, saved a beautiful girl from drowning. Her grateful father seized the rescuer of his daughter by the hand, and, in a voice trembling with emotion, said: "Noble youth, to you I am indebted for everything that makes life dear to me. Which reward will you take —fifty thousand pounds or the hand of my daughter?" "I'll take the daughter," replied the heroic rescuer, thinking thereby to get both the girl and the money. "You have well chosen," replied the grateful father. "I could not have given you the fifty thousand pounds just yet, anyhow, as I have not laid up that amount, being only a contri butor to the magazines; but my daughter is yours for life. Bless you, my children."
NAPOLEON AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 20 May 1914
NAPOLEON AND SCIENCE. We think of Napoleon as the great Lord of War, the butcher of human lives, the builder of a great empire, built only to fall even before the death of its founder. It is well to remember that his gen ius was great also in other most last ingly fruitful fields. He was not only a great warrior, but also a great states-! man—and as such he did not fail to re alise the importance to the community of arts and sciences. Writing to the astronomer Oriani, from Milan, which he had entered in triumph, Napoleon said: "The sciences which do honor to the human mind and the arts which em bellish life and perpetuate great achievements for posterity, should be especially honored under free govern ments. "... I invite the scholars to meet and to give me their opinions as to the means that should be taken, and the needs to be fulfilled, in order to bring new life and activity into the sciences and the fine arts. Those who wish to ?o to France will be received with dis tinction by...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 20 May 1914
fjt O INXIHTOXf PATENT S Obtained )n Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description. Pull Information, Costs, etc., sent on application to A. O. SACHSE, C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collins and William St*., MELBOURNE.