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FROM BENALLA TO YARRAWONGA [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
FROM BENALLA TO YAUHAWONGA iJ id-day, Boualla JJ.o'j Cbe-Doy Cioorainbd.b ... ]s»,.l Noorauiungi 12.10 Daveuteii ,,, l'Z2&lt;i St. Jainaa ,,, 12.3(1 XUKRAMAH ,,, 1.16 Telford 1.31 Yarrawoiiga 2.0 * Stops when required. Bvcniug. 7.07 a. 1.7 S.33 3.16 y.o 0.31 U.13 10.5
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
FOOTBALL. The annual meeting of the Telford Burramine Olub was held at Telford OD Saturday night, when ib was decided to hold a further meeting at Barra rnino South on Saturday evening next. It is intended to re form for the season, and join the Association being formed by the YYilby Olub. Gh ! health ie wealth, and life io long, And earth ia fairer, too ; \7hen man ie fit acd well ' Xho skies arc always blue. 80 guard your health, your joy increase, Your life from ills secure; from pain and trouble win surcease With Woods' Great PepporrainS Cur®.
Should Wives Obey Their Husbands? [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
Should Wives Obey Their Husbands ? This is a question that one would im agine offared but two unqualified answers, and yet, in the May number of "Everylady's Journal," just out, we find upwards of a dozen prominent people expressing various opinions on the subject. And they are people of widely different station and pro fession. Men as fir apvrtas Mi' Bernard O'Dowd, the well-kuown Australian poet, and Mr Pan's Nesbit-, K.C. ; men so olosnly associated-by their laughter-as Harry Lauder and Sir Alexander Peacock, and stage favorites like Mies Ada Reeve and Mies Daisy Jerome, all differ more or leas on this important topic. Kvcu champions of Women's Rights like Miss Vida Gold stein and Miss Adela Paukhurst are not quite at one about it. Harry Lauder-the famouB Scotch comedian, who is at present risiting Australia-looked very serious as he said, "But women won't obey if they don't want to ! No, not even if Lliey have promised in twenty marriage services," "Anyway," he added, " In any w...
METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
METHODIST. 3|TUNUA.MAH CIRCUIT - Tungamah 7.30, Mr Amery; Waggarandall 3 and 7.30, Rev. \V. fl. Taylor; Wattville 11, Rev W. H. Taylor; Stcwarton 2,30, Sup ply; Devcnisli 11, Supply. KATAMATITK CIKCUIT-Katamutito 3, Rev K. C. l'orkiua ; 7.15, Mr Roe. Dun bulbalane 11, MrGlemiy; Youaraug 11, Rev K. C. Perkins ; Youanmite 3. Mr Sidebottom.
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
GOLF. The Tungamah Golf Club opened the 86a8'pu on Saturday last, when there was a good attendance. The links (which have been altered con siderably) were in spendid order, and a most enjoyable afternoon's sport re sulted. During the afternoon a mixed doubles competition (0 holes) took place, Mrs Joy and Mr T. Kelly and Mrs Tricks and Mr H, J. Counsell tioing for first placp. The play-off will take placc during the week. A putting competition (ladiea and gentle men) also took place and was won by M133 Duff and Mr J. H. Barling. Afternoon to* wa3 aupplied by the Udica which was much appreciated. Following arc details of the comps* titions; - Mixed Doublos. Stroke! Mrs Joy and Kelly 57 Mrs Tricks and Oaunsell ... 57 Misses Dull'and Cooper ... 58 Mrs Counaell and Cooper ... 59 Miss Duff and Daly ... 60 Mrs Tricks and Dow ... 62 Mrs Counsell and Barling ... CS Mrs Joy and Hill ,,, 73 Putting Competition. Lidiea-Miss Dufl' 1G, Mrs Trick3 13, Mrs Eatz 19, lira Oounsell 19, SIra Joy 19, Mi...
The Exprerss. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1914. The Senate Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
THURSDAY, MAY '21, 1!)U, The Senate Candidates ? Tu.vr aomo 50,000 elecfcorg took part ia the selection of Senate candidates must be regarded as a triumph of Liberal organisation. Reasons for nob voting were "plenty as blackberries," and some of them were calculated to stay all bat true.enthusiasts. It was by no moans certain that a double dissolution was coming, and if it bo refused the pre-election is in rain. No doubt that weighed with somp, whilst others, knowing nothing at) all of some balf dozen of the aspirants, were will ing " to vote in the dark," Then, too, there were members of the Leagues who lent an ear to the absurd rumors circulated by a few ill-informed busy bodies as to the exercise of undue iufluenoa, and these leaped to the con clusion that the ballot would prove invalid and that the vote was idle. Io spite of all that, Senator M'OoIl, Messrs Edgar, Hume Cook, M'Laan, Trenwith and Mauger were selected by the largest number of electors who hive aver taken part :n a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS! T. ALLATT Beg« to announce having completed opening np AUTUMN & WINTER GOODS. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. MISS DUNICLEY baa charge of tbis department, which is fully stocked with the veryLateBt Novelties in.Millinery. All New and Right Up-to-date. OCT FIRST SHOW-SATURDAY, MARCH 28tb. DItESS DEPARTMENT We have opened up a large range of Dresa FabricB, ioclading Tweeds, Sprges, Costume and Amazon OlothB, WinceyB, etc. A very full range of Donegal Tweeda, Aitrella Olotb, Cheviot and Coating SergeB. Fnll range of Trimmings. . . MISS EDSALL has now resumed duties in the Dressmaking Department. ALSO SHOWING.- A Nice Selection of LADIES' &lt;fc CHILDREN'S COATS, including Silk Mackintoshes, Hydrotites and Blanket .Tweeds; also Ladies and Children's Golfers. A Complete Range ef MEN'S CLOTHING, SHIRTS &c., OVERCOATS (Hydrotite8 and Watorproof). SUITS MADE TO MEASURE.-Styles and Patterns up to date. Patterns hotter than ever. BLANKET...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
BUSINESS NOTICEB veeaslind INSURE WITH A TOTALLY AUSTRALIAN COMPANY Fire, Live Stock, Crops, Stacks, Personal Accident, Employers' Liability, EtC) Etc. A11 Information will be Supplied w ^ O T T T by the Local Agent- \>t JTaIJLjI-^ New ®earle&s Windmills ALSTON'S 1912 PATENT -"i Tho Mcctmnism is of the simplest for in. cmisis'ii'S of only Three Moving Parts, which lire entirely enclosed in a du*t-p>""f case and run in iin nil bath. Fitted throughout with Steel B&lt;11 Bearing!1, which mnke it Fiie tionles". Noiseless and Umveaiable. The Simplest, Mronpeft and Lightest Running Mill ever Manufactured. '.VBITE FOR CATALOG. Over 30,000 " AUton" Mills in uso throughout Australia. FRAMED GALVANIZED 8T00K TROUhHi ^ s* The BEST TROUGH Ever Invented Supplied la All Lengths WILL NOT CRACK, LEAK, RUST, or ROT. Packs in Small Space. &L "-:>a THE CHEAPEST & MOST DURABLE ^35 ? »>}*! TROUGH EVER INVESTED. fef&lt;L %,"nUa^ Send for Pricc List. ^ J...
HEALTH NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
HEALTH NOTES. By Dr. Lechmere Anderson. Bach different part of the body is specially adapted to perform certain duties, and no part can satisfactorily perforin the function of another part. Thus, the mouth is fitted with 32 teeth, a tongue and a digestivo fluid called saliva, all of which are needed to perform the first porfion of the digestive process on food, but there is no provision at all made in ilie mouth for dealing with air. On the other hand, the nose is inost wonder fully adapted for that purpose. The nostrils are lined wita tiny hairs, through which the entering' ur is fil tered and freed from dust and perms, it then passes along a winding, honey passage, at the hack of the nose, into the bronchial tubes, so that when it finally enters the lungs, it is both purified and warmed. When people breathe '-lirough the mouth the air passes through neither of these processes, and many lung and chest complains ran be traced to this direct contact of impure and cold uir with the lu...
Not a Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
Not a Secretary. Sam had worked _on the farm for nine years, and until his master took to poultry-farming he was quite satis fied with life. But this poultry busi ness was a bit too much. He had to take the eggs as they were laid and write the date on them with an in delible pencil. And worse than tlia,t, he had also to write on the eggs the breed of the hen that laid them. So one day he inarched up to the farmer. "I'm about fed up," said he, "and I'm going io leave. The farmer was astounded. "Surely, Sam, you're not going to leave me after all these years!" "Yes, but I am," retorted Sam. "I've done every kind of rotten job on this here farm, but I'd soongr starve than go on being secretary to your old hens!" A woman who has been kissed has an increased respect, for herself. ! wjiich is compensation for any inco.'i ! venlence the affair may have causal . her. She loB.es th« humiliating sense. Qf'httjng a failure from 'lis fern; liin point' of view.
WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
WHICH END OF A P08T SHOULD BE UP. It is a common belief among farm ers that a post will last longer if sot in the ground the reverse of the way u grew In the tree, in other words, with the butt end up. Accordingly, one sees many posts, especially end and gate posts, with the small end down. The supposition Is that sap in a tree Is always ascending, or at le ist that It is easier for the sap to go up than down. Consequently, it is argued, turning a post upside down tends to prevent the rise of water, helps to keep the wood dry, and, therefore, renders it less liable to de cay. As a matter of fact, sap or water can flow In either direction with equal facility and the popular notion to the contrary is incorrect. Careful experiments on the relative durability of post timbers have been made by the Ohio Agricultural Experi ment Station (says the "Scientific American") and tho above questioi. v;as considered. One fence in par ticular contained 156 black locust posts, of which 86 were set w...
HOTEL FOR "DOWN-AND-OUTS." [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
HOTEL FOR "DOWN-AND-OUTS." An hotel for "down-and-outs," which has just been opened in Chicago by Mr. Charles Dawes, a millionaire hank president, is filled every night, while many are turned away for lack of accommodation. Mr. Dawes erecte 1 the house at a cost of £20,000, in memory of his son Rufus, who war drowned. The hotel, the "Chronicle" say3, j provides a bath and a night's lodging for 2%d., while private rooms can be secured for 5d. The rules of the house are framed so as not to hurt the pride of any of the guests. Soup can be obtained for a penny, coffee at the same price, and other food in pro portion. The place is a godsend to Chicago's poor workers, many of whom are out of employment at pre sent. E^ery night the place is storm ed by those who wish to get in out of the cold, a line of nearly 500 men awaiting entrance. The house ac commodates only 300, and the strug gles for priority of place in the line are pitiful to behold. PATTERN FOR CHILD'S KILT AND JUMMPER. Many a ...
YOUANMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
YOU AN MITE. The anniversary of the Yonanm Mutbodist Church was celebrnt'" Sunday, 11th May, when Rev. W. li Taylor conducted BerviceB in the at-.- - noon and evening. Thore was av«.y large congregation on each occasion and all listened most attentively t'i the preacher's discourses, which wern in rti'drence to the incomparable worth of the Holy Scriptures in the after noon, and to "Belshazztr'a FOIBI" m the evening. A large choir rendered two anlbeni3 at each service most effectively. Miss Hodge presided at the organ.
NAPOLEON AND SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
NAPOLEON AND SCIENCE. We think of Napoleon as the great Lord or 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. Ho 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 go to France will be received with dis tinction by t...
WIT AND HUMOR. Bad Boy's Resolutions. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 21 May 1914
WIT AND HUMOK. Bad Boy's Resolutions. "I will not put pins in my dear tea cher's chair." (Tacks will hurt just as much, anyway.) "I will not quarrel and fight with my big brothers all this year." (What have I got a little brother for?) i will not play truant l'rom school to go Ashing or swimming." (.That is, in the winter-time.) "I will be a regular attendant at Sunday school." (At Christmas-tims and just before the summer excursion, or' course.) "I will not take mother's currant jelly from the pantry without permis sion." (Her raspberry jam is good, enough for me.) "I will be lcind to dumb animals, such as tigers, lions and elephants." (Stray cats and dogs, however, had better keep out of this neighborhood.) "I will not-Oh, that's enough. They say the good die young, and I want to live until I catch that rcd-lieadej boy in the next street who stuck out his tongue at me yesterday!"