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CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 14 May 1914
CHAPTER IX. But if Sheila Dauvers 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 sun 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 before 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 jnough: but the last time she was home his manner had been insolent and overbearing. He had remarked boldly on the color of her eyes, ihe length of her tawny hair, and the shape of her feet. It was...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 14 May 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD! i By L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. Fublished by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VIII. trif!,?'' £a"Tel'S -Bpssessed those at mueh tiin ? ale tlle comm°n a«d mhtirtr, prerogatives of certain she f0S', , \ r mother's side had ' t er- she naa a!l the impetuosity, the fire the ?"'h.U8?Bm- the imagination of those been ,r"S Mrs" Danrer* ^ defopnt ey, fr0,n DoneS;l!. and her descent was long and pure. On the dv1 y0aPke.'.SheUa's father was a stur oj ] orkshireman, firm of figure UD &lt;iid seni'iSrbeaHng' and wiuf al'pleS t. ? of conscientiousness. ?fut Sheila inherited something far more valuable than money. Sehad andVedln°n#, her m?Uler PTe of race nd distinction of carriage Her P^thn°rfltrUly , Irish "ere Put in, as the saying is, "with dirtv mgers, the skin around them being face Then1*" ,1!atn the rest thf thnt' 7 ' comPIe'ln5 the beauty of those large expressive grey e...
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 14 May 1914
WIT AND HUMOB. "Therese changes her hair con stantly." "That's 'because it's so close to her mind, probably." "What kind of a disguise are you 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 of everything." "Very well, sir," replied the waiter. "The hash will be ready in a few min utes." ' "So you don't approve' of those London Suffragettes?" "1 don't know much pbout them," replied Miss Cayen, "but l can't help feeling chit a woman who can't sub due a few men without the use of 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 tiling it cut was Boap." "My dear wife spent her early years in a milliner's shop," said a wealthy self-made man the other day. "Mine spends most of her time there now," growled his friend. "She's pretty dear, too!" Mrs. Baye-She is si...
Then She Rested Hers. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 14 May 1914
Then She Rested Hers. "It says here: 'One of the idols most revered by Hie Koreans is the figure of a woman, seated resting her chin in her hand,'" said Mrs. Chatter ley, reading from the newspaper. "Which proves that the Koreans are about the wisest nation 011 earth," suggested her husband. "How's that, Joshua?" "Well," said Mr. Chatterley, with distinct and deliberate emphasis, "simply because they make a deity of a woman who lias sense enough to give her chin a rest!"
CAUGHT NAPPING. The Story of a Clever Couple Who found an Easy Victim. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
CAUGHT NAPPING. The Sitpry of a Clever Couple found an Easy Victim. David Lesley ran quickly up the an31 ^,ni°St 8®'®Ct Clu^ in Pal1 Ma'l IoimcelUrH *int° tUe munificent ly" ' s iac^ clouded immediate No one here, Richards?" he asked impatiently, turning to an attendant. tonls'we.^63^"'^'8' L°rd UUins hah-^'^nr" 'iiS fi"gers throuEh his "air. X^illy's an awful ass, but some one tnust go," he muttered to himself Lesley hastened through to the bil ard-room, where his lordship, a tall, mmaculately dressed youth with an eye-glass and a supercilious smile, was ! practising screw cannons. to"rtn°m herG; LilIington' 1 wunt you In. .^,e a favor'" Davi(1 Leslr y be r, ve g0' a cousin arriving at Kings Cross at twelve o'clock. I pro f,aith:Uny t0 be 'here to meet the train, bat I've just had a wire from my solicitor, and I must be in thp city at twelve." Beastly sorry, Lesley, but " "It's a girl I want you to meot," Da vid interrupted. "What's she like?" For reply Lesley produced a photo CU L...
LIVES LOST BY LAUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
LIVES LOST BY LAUGHING. An accident, said to be the most ex traordinary on record, occurred at some oilfields in the Baku district of Russia, on the borders of the Cas pian Sea. One of the big "gusher" oil wells became choked, and, with a view of blowing it clear, a number of iron drums full of nitro glycerine were brought down by rail from Dc.r bend and deposited ovsv night in a large slied, which was used by the men as a sort of canteen. The steward- of this establishment, a. Greek named Darios, opened oiia of the drums for some reason best known to himself, and "decanted" a small Quantity of the dangerous li quid into a long tliin glass used for mixing vodka. This he plane-id on a shelf behind the bar. Shortly after wards there entered a workman named Borkovitcli, who was famous for the boisterous hilarity of his man ner, and especially for bis loud, res onant laughter. The sight of nitro-sjIywrJao in a vodka tumbler so excited his risibil ity that he gave vent to a series of ste...
EAR-WAGGERS NEVER DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
EAR-WAGGERS NEVER DEAF. You win rarely find a man who can wag his ears suffers from deafness. The reason for this is very simple. Wagging one's ears exercises them just as much as walking exercises the muscles of the legs. A great deal of deafness is caused ^y the muscles of the ears becoming stiff and refusing to respond quickly to the sound waves. Quite a large proportion of children can move their ears, just as they can move tue skin on their forehead up and down, but as they grow up they lose their power through want of prac tice. It is a mistake to let a child lose this power, for it may mean the difference between good and bad hearing in after-years. Dr. M. Fernet, the famous Paris doctor, has even gone so far as to suggest that people should be trained to wag their ears just as much u? they are trained to exercise any other muscles of the body. Every woman wants to be loved in a particular way, and if a man knows his business he finds, out what it is, and behaves accordingly....
YARRAWONGA STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
YARRAWONGA STOCK SALE. Messrs Green, Manning and O., auction- I eers, Yarrawonga and St James, report having held their usual fortnightly stock I sale at the Yarrawonga Corporation Yards on Thursday, llth inst., when there was a good yardiug o£ sheep uud a fair number of cattle forward to a good uttendnuco of J buyers, lioneticial rum which fell a day or two beforo gave coLlidcnco to buyers, especially in the sheep sales, where prices showed all round advauces on lato rates, and for cattle also sold well. Wo sold : - 15 fat crossbred ewos, an exceptionally good lot on uccouut of Mr H. Ncviu, at 28s. For ! the samo owner 20 fat crossbred ewes at 2*js 3d, and 12 splendid lambs at the high price of 23s -3d ; other fat sheep sold wero G crossbred ewes at 22s 3d ; 3 comeback wethers 20s 31; 2o merino vrcthoro 17s yd ; 32 fat lambs IGs lid. Store sheep-233 crossbred wethers, 2yru old, ISs 9d ; 400 comcback wethers, rising 4 tooth, small framos, IGs 1UJ j 1GS croBsbrcd wethers, rising 4 to...
CUPID FLIES TO FLYNTON HOW A MAN AND A MAID TRIED THE REST CURE WITH UNFORESEEN CONSEQUENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
CUPID FLIES TO FLYNTON HOW A MAN AND A MAID TRIED THE REST CUBE WITH UNFORE SEEN CONSEQUENCES. By William Freeman. They signed tlieir names, one be neath the other, in the visitors' hook -"Mary Nugent, Loudon" . . . "John Weald, Ealing." It heing now five o'clock in the afternoon, they were sitting on the hotel verandah, star ing oyer their magazines at the sea. Flynton Regis is ;t small place. Fur ther-^this is as remarkable as it is delighttul-it is a place with small ambitions. For the fact that it does not advertise sufficiently to attract the casual tripper its regular visitors are profoundly grateful. Except at the height 01 the summer, you will not meet a dozen unfamiliar faces on its microscopic parade. It was now April. The slopes be hind the .town , were lemon-colored with a carpet of primroses. The short grass on the uplands beyond was of the purest, deepest emerald. The sea was still ruffled-for there had been the very dickens of a storm the day before-but vividly blue u...
DOOKIE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
DOOKIli STUCK SALE, MesstB J. MoNiinrj.ru and Co. report having held llieir fortnightly stock bhIC at Dookio on Monday, 11th inat,, when a liugo quantity of good iiuality shocp camo to hand. Xhcro were very few cattle or pigs penned. Tho attendance of buyers was good, and a splendid day's business resulted, considering the spell of dry weather we have had, Sheep wore firm at about lato rates, but cattlo and pigs easier. We quoti:-000 1st cross ewes, rising -t-tooth, good condition, fair averago frames, well woolled, £1 Iji 3d j "220 2nd cross ewes, rising 1 and li-tootb, due to lamb 1st Juno to Leicester rams, £1 3j lid; 130 xbrcd ewes, rising o and iyrt, fair condition, good frames, ±'1 ; 100 meriuo owes, rising -Syr», good condition, heavy iu lamb, ISs t)d ; 200 xbrcd weaners, very mixed, low in condition, lis 9J refused; cither smaller lines of weancs, 12s to l.'is 3d ; fat xbrcd lambs, l"s lOd to l!)j Id; merino ewes, mixed ages, iu lamb, Ms Id; xbrcd and comeback ewej, (i aud S...
RATHER AWKWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
RATHER AWKWARD. An Austrian banker went to Vienna 011 business. He arrived in the even ing, travelling with n large, hand some dog. The two put up at an hotel, and next morning the gentle man went out, bidding care to be talc en that liis dog did not stray from 'ilie house. The chambermaid &lt;v«nt to nuke up the banker's ro im. ilruno was very pleased to see her, vag^d hia huge tail, licked her h&lt;iu>j, :ind m; de frieuus thoroa ;L]y, un-.'l, her 'j'lii'ness be'.iig none ?I-e was ah'-ui to leavg. Not so. Bruno calmly stretched himspU' full length before the door. He explained, as »evi'c.:t ly as possible, that he knew his duty. No cno should leave his master's room in his absence. When the girl tried to pull the door open sufficiently for her to slip out, he growled and showed his teeth, and finally tried them on her legs. The woman's screams brought, another maid, and yet another, and then in succession all the waiters. Bruno was glad to let them all in, but h...
Auctioneers' Reports. RECORD PRICES FOR FAT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
Auctioneers' Reports, RECORD PRICES l'"OR FAT STOCK. On Thursday, 7th inst., at tho Tatura stock Bala (tho present Newmarket of tho Goulburn Valley), held by Messrs J, McKatnara and Co., there was an excellent yarding of prime sheep aud cattle, four teen bulchois were in attendance-Sey mour, Shoppartoo, Mooroopnu, Dookie, Kushworth, I'oolamba aud Kyabram being represented. I'riino crossbrcd ewes made ; £1 9a 3d to £1 lis lid ; prime lambs, heavy, £1 9s (id to £1 Us (id ; others, from IDs 6J j fat crossqrcd wethers, to £1 5s. Iu cattle, Mr Thomas Hogan, jaa., ytrded an exeep- j tioually prime draft of cows, bullocks and hoifnrs. Tho top pen of cows made the : vccord price of 114 10a ; others £115; but tocks, XII Ts (id to £13 5d; heifers, £11 2s 6d to £12 as. Mr Ed. Tacey, butcher, of Dookie, kopt up his reputation by securing alt the highest priced pens, both in sheep and cattle, and such an enterprising butcher is a big advertisement for the Dookic district.
NILLAHCOTIE WATER SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
KILLAUCUOTII; WATUE SCIITML'.. Iu reply lo inquiries on tho above tho secretary had received the following : - I'rom Mr K. Stone, Lima South-"The weir aite is on the Broken River, 21 miles above Benalla, where the spurs of tho ranges meet on the River within a 100 feet or so, and the river bod is of rock granito. Above this a larao basiu opens, winch would con tain a volume of water much greater than the Vtia Yc\n reservoir. The weir Will would bo 101 feet high with about 100 feet of wulcr at greatest depth. Tlio main dis tributing channel would be tlio Broken River, and ilia supply as given by depart mental olliccrs would be sutlioient for all domestic purpuses for BeualU and all towns north to Numurkah (inclusive), anil to give 23,000 acre feet for irrigation. Tho cost is given utlicUlly at JC110,000, inclusive of laud purjhaca and distribution chaunels. When Mr Swinburne was Minister for Water Supply be visited the site in company with olljuers and members of the Benalla Shire "C...
CHILDREN WHO CANNOT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
CHILDREN WHO CANNOT SLEEP. Indigestion, hunger, excitement, too much home worlc in their lessons, fear of the dark and loneliness are the principal causes of sleeplessness. In children. Indigestion can generally ho cured . by giving a pinch of bicarbonate of soda in a wineglasst'ul of water, for it is almost always due-to acidity of the stomach, caused by too many sweets, tea, colfee, or other food or drink that is not suitable for young stomachs. If a child be hungry it should be fed, a glass of warm milk and some biscuits, a cup of milk gnici or any other light and easily-digested food being given half an hour before go ing to bed. No child under twelve or thirteen years of age should lie allowed to study between supper and bed-time. ... only tires the young brain and pro uuees worry about the following day's work. . When a child is afraid of the dark ,4t cannot fielp it, and must be hu mored anil treated with sympathy. It should be taught how baseless its fears are, but, at (lie ...
YABBA FARMERS' UNION. DOOKIE YARRYWONGA RAILWAY DATE OF CONFERENCE FIXED. NILLAHCOOTIE WATER SCHEME. CO-OPERATION WITH TUNGAMAH WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
7 ABB A FARMERS' UNION. DOOKIE . YARRY WONG A R AILWA Y DATE OF CONFERENCE FIXED. NILLAHCOOTIE WATER SCHEME. CO-OPERATION WITH TUNCJAMAH WATER TRUST. Thirty members of the above Union as sembled in the Yabbu North schoolroom on Saturday morning, 9th inst., whonamectinS was presided over by the president (Mr J. Ryan). COMING COSFFKIiNCE. Mr Jas. Cummins reported that ho at teded a convened meeting of farmers at the Waggaraudall State school on Friday evening, May 1st. There was a large at tendance, and everyone Beemed moat enthu siastic that a railway lino be constructed from Dookie to connect with some part of the Yarrawonga line, and tho meeting pro mised to do all in its power in support. Cr Deagan, aud Messrs D. Moo iio, \V, Lalor andK. Jane had been appointed delegates to attend the proposed conference. He (the spoaker) thought it would be better to ap point a Bub - committee in order to fix a suitable date for tile con ference, aud t j make all necessary arrange ments which wou...
THE GEORGIAS. AN EVENING OF MIRTH AND MELODY. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
THE GEORGIAS. AN EVENING OF MIRTH AND MELODY. The long-promised visit of the Sb i James Georgias to Tungamah wbb made on Wedneaday evening of last week, the performance being in aid oi the local agricultural society. A i good deal of intereet centred around I Mr Billy Saunders, the voteran colored comedian, and consequently ! there was a packed houBe. The various items were well received, and encores were as plenbiful as mush rooms now are. Mr Saunders has a company of ladies and gentlemen under bis control, comprising several well-known district performers, who have gaiued considerably in reputa tion since becoming associated with the veteran comedian. The company are also fortunate in having a sym^ pathetic and capable accompanisto in Mrs J. H. Ison, whoso skilful playing throughout the evening added much to the success achieved, _ All the items were well chosen, consisting in the vocal and instrumental line of catchy airs. The dressing and mount in" effects hive alao been made a ...