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Bright Waterworks Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

Bright Waterworks Trust. THE monthly meeting of tho Bright Water Trust was hold on Monday even. ing< Com. Traulsen occupied the chair. Coma. Rollason, Abraham, Sharp, and Hoper were also present. Prior to the commencement of business, the chairman, Com. Traulaen, extended a hearty welcome to Come. Sharp and Roper, who were taking their seats for the first time. Both gentlomen made .suitable responsos. Correspondence was dealt with * from the State Rivers and Water Supply Com i miBsioner advising the appointment of ftlr G. W. Sharp as a Government nominee on the Trust. Same inquiring re leak in No. 2 reser voir;-Referred to engineer. Government Statist asking for copy of balance sheet for past year.-Attended (o by secretary. A. D Walker inquiring if Trust would make a refund for three months of year 'sjfhich was overcharged in 1915, ho having pnly commenced to take water from the mains In April.-Refund to be nude for three months. The Fecretary's financial statement showed...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

BUSINES S NOT.ICEv , MAVE you noticed how chilly the evenings are getting ? That's a sign 1/ the real cold weather is close handy. Don't let it catch you un prepared. Select from this list your winter wants, resting assured that nowhere in the Valley does bigger value await you. W GIVE YOUR SKIM " A SMOOTH TRANSPARENT RADIANCE yOU really should give your face the greatest attention possible. It is pos sible to liave;a complexion at the end of the day as fresh as a daisy, instead of looking worn and old. , We have some delightful Creams and Powders for the complexion. They in vigorate and tone up the skin, as.you"will at once find upon a trial. Included in our present stock are goods bearing such we'l-knowu names as Pears, Rodger S: Gallet, Williams, &c. FACE POWDERS Bivora' Face Powder, crcam and pink 4/6 box Rodger & Gallet'a, ,, 2/ ,, Vinolia ,, . 1/ t, Wolff's " --1/ I. Hazeline Snow, renders the skin soft and smooth -1 1/ . jar Glisscnc, for softening and whiteni...

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Concerning People[?] [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

Goncemin PRIOR to leaving Wandii^-j Miun ie Rowe, first assistants^ diligong State school, who basty 'erred to Malvern, wjs madetbif . of mementoes by the scb2«*;:/-' Rowe was very popular with Miss Myrtle Knigliiu, of ? who has been attached to staff of the Harrietvillfi school -J time, has been transferred t**| wood. ]>', Mr P. Duupuy'a many frie^'V*'... out the Ovens district wiUregf^ir':. that he is at present connaed tJ'2.- ; under the care of Dr. S. G. Sk^fV; Mr H. Slithers, wbo occ^'.. . position of teller at the local ^ the Bank of Australasia and latterty has beeu wansgtf^'.-. at Cairns ' Queensland), is st r.y * Bright on an extended jj. :. The sojourn in a Iropiwl ; aiFtfcted Mr 5«intiitfrs! be^;;j." was ordered a "down so-li j recuperate. J Mr Thomas Mo."re, who ^v!'rr ; gaged as a fettler on tbeloc^^'i' for some years, and Mrs Mo: ',] . mrstrsss at Oveus Vale, . district, Mr Moors haviu? kff/v.' ganger at Uuderbout, in Prior to leaving Ov-.-us Vak j? was presente...

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Church Services Sunday, 22nd April 19[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

Ghuroh Son/ices Sunday, 22mi April, H METHODIST -W .= n IL i 1 i Rev h. E. Egan-L-.E; 7, 51 Bright 11.30, 7, R-. V. L. H Freeburgli 7, Mr S';nn. F 3, Rev. L. E. Eijau-I.SE. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-Brig; burgh 3, Harrietvi"e 7, Ret. mall. Waudiligoiij; 3, IT Tavare. Bright 7, Mr Gord: Auzac Day, April JS-.B-Cuma Services, S a.m. (Holy CK 7.30 p.m. Rev. G. Rratutnsl!. PRESBYTERIAN-Upper B^:: Lower Bucklaud 2. Broii Bright 7, (Sacrament of LOTJ; Rev S. D. Hood. SALVATION ARMV, 3;UGUT gade Hall, young PEOPLE'S"; 10 a.til. MEETIU^S 11 a.M.._J. S p.m. Week-uUht Wednesday. CapUiu \Vin:»;

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CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

CHAPTER VI. "I should like to go a long way to day, Stephen. I want to forget Lon don and all its worries." "I am going to take you to lunch at an old farmhouse I found by accident, right out of the beaten track," Ste phen Elstree answered. He was acting as his own chauf feur, as he did sometimes when Cicely was driving with him. His dark face was very grave to-day, his lips were firmly pressed beneath the drooping dark moustache, there were new lines of pain near his mouth. Another time Cicely would have no ticed the change at once; to-day she was too entirely absorbed in her own thoughts and fears to heed anything else. A weak had passed since Alaric Bearmain's death, a week which had seemed like a horrible nightmare to ? Cicely.. For she had adhered to her first-formed intention; she had not in formed the police that she was Alaric Bearmain's mysterious visitor. She had told herself that it was too late. To say now that she had yielded to Bearmain's threats and gone to his room i...

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

Mining Motes. FOLLOWING dredging returns havd been reported for the week ended Friday last . oza June ion 27 Maori Qaeen ... %&/( Porepunkah 19 At the Monarch, Harrietville, the miin tanuel U now out 550ft. A hard bar his hampered driving, but this has now been passad through, and nioe black fiU-e oouatcy has come in. At the 170ft level & payable mike of stone 2ft to 3ft wide was intersected. This shows values equil to 40/. Althou »h it is some time now since the Sambas mine at Harrietville has been h ar l of through the staupa, Mr T. W. P.-wer, the owce*, has not forgotten U3 abogaiher, as he came along on Saturday "Bt with a "cake" weighing 265oz, ^hich was obtaine-d from about 90 tons. Tuia stone w<i8 broken from a block that hie been at ending pract?cally ever since the mino wss opened up. Of late Mr Power has done a considerable amount of PfOfp^cting, and it -will be necessary to do some more before another shoot of . stone can be met. Mr Power is so ...

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Cicely Vibart's Love. (Published by Special Arrangement.) (Copyright.) CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

Cicely Vibart's Love. By ANNIE HAYNES Author of "Lady Carew's Secret,' ..Koritj-Ticts of Fate," Etc., 'Etc. (published by Special Arrangement.) (Copyright.) CHAPTER V. T'ue green room at "the Harlequin presented an unusual sight, as Cicely entered; the members of the company v.ere standing about in groups talk ing 5:igerly. Every second man held a newspaper in his hand, the paper covered books of "lines" were quite neglected. Alan Lorrinier, the heavy man, was nearest tlie door. He turned to her eagerly. "Well, Bearmaiu will not be able to give us any notices for the new piece, Miss Vibart!" He had an air oi suppressed excitement. It was obvious tliat he wished to detain the girl. "Xo!" Cicely assonted stupidly. Stephen had driven her down to the' theatre in his car. She had longed to buy a paper, but she had had no op portunity on the way, and there had been no newsboys about when they stopped at the theatre. "It is a terrible thing," Lorrinier went on, tapping his paper with Uh fi...

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DISTRICT HEWS. POREPUNKAH. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

DISTRICT HEtfS. [/iioa OUR CORRESPONDS r- ] POREPUNKAH. AT a meeting of St. Patrick'* Day n or ?» committee last week:, the i.on. s-c (Mr . C Chandler) submitted an audited »*l »nre . »beet of the recent sports. Tbi« showed thnt a priSt of 116 had ben fflBde on the meeting. Ten per rent of the amount was vcred to the .->tfue »cti<>o' patriotic fund, and the balancn _wa donated to the local fund. All things considered, the result at tha moetin financial and o'herwi-e-was ..oemed very satisfactory . * Miss Kuby Barrett h-ts b3on appoiut< d teraporaryjjnior leicli.tr at the local State Bcliool, and took up her duties on Monday. The attendance of scholars at the school has increased of late. _ During the progress of the cnc.cet match on Saturday week, local residents wore Pleased to meet Mr D. Chandi ,r and his wife, who are now living at Tiushworth, and had motored over for a day or two to meet old fria ids. Mr Chandler is engaged in business in the above-me...

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AUSTRALIA PLAYS THE GAME. (No. XV.) KULTUR, AND WHAT IT MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

AUSTRALIA PLAY® THE GAME. (No. XV.) KULTUR, AND WHAT IT MEANS. I£ you lools in tho dictionary for tlie meaning of tlie German word "Kultur" you will And culture, education, train ing; but the word Kultur has grown in its meaning until it conveys a groat deal more than the above. In order to l'ully understand what this word has come to mean it is neces sary to go back to the time when the Mogul Emperor, Cliingiz, started the great war in the year 1208, which was carriod on intermittently by himself, his s&n, and his grandson, till about the year 12S3. Chinglz sacked ninety two cities, and carried out exactly similar atrocities to those which have been committed by the Germans. Bui it was his grandson, Kublai Khan, who finally conquered Asia and a large por tion of Europe. The Tartar con querors, under Kublai Khan, Rettle>i down in the territories they had con quered, amongst which was East Prussia, or Brandenburg. The Tar tars who originally came to Branden burg are the an...

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OLD MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

OLD MAXIMS. The fine old maxims sometimes fail, and show themselves of small avail. My father used to say to me, "Salt down the dimes, wher'er you be. It isn't what a fellow makes that saves him from financial breaks, but. what he wisely puts . away, against the dark and rainy day." All through my youth I heard this spiel, "Salt down, salt down the shin ing wheel," so when I came to man's estate, I thought the scheme was truly great. I watched with pity oth er lads, who lavishly blew in the scada, as to the bank I took my way, with hard-earned kopecks, every day. They went to dances and the like; they raced fast trotters on the pike; they blew in money on the girls, and swelled around like belted earls. And I denied myself all fun, and buckled down to saving mon, and as I toiled I often said, "These lads who paint the village red, and throw the useful plunks away, will all be broke, some bitter day. And while they for a handout yell, in Easy-street I hope to dwell." And so I slaved ...

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You Are as Old as Your Hair. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

You Are as Old as Your flair. Any mau or woman can remove every trace of prematurely grey, streaked or faded hair, restore it to its natural color and keep it full of life, lustrous and beautiful, with this simple homo recipe. It removes all traces of dandruff, stops itching scalp and falling hair, too. No dye, harm less to use, cannot bo detected and will not rub off on to your pillow. Talte l'/ioz. of Rejuveni Compound, to which add 1 oz. of Bay Rum, shaking well together; then add enough water to make lOoz. (V£ pint). A little rub bed into the roots of the hair every night until the natural color is re stored makes the hair beautifully soft and glossy, and, being made up at home, has all the advantage of small cost. Most chemists stock the above simple ingredients, or can easily get them for you from the wholesalers. S. H. Henshall, chemist, 246 Clar endon-street, South Melbourne, makes country orders a specialty. All latest goods stocked and sent in plain wrap per free from obse...

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A WAR PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

A WAR PROPHECY. The story that holds pride of place as a prophecy ot this war is that of the experience of the first German Emperor William at a soothsayer's in 1S49. As William was leaving the tent the woman called to him and said, "I will tell you one more thing. What year is it?" "1849," answered the King. "Add 1 and 8 and 4 and 9 together, and add it to 1S49. It will be the year of your kingdom's greatest triumph." "1S71? Perhaps," said William, and once more prepared to go.. Again the soothsayer recalled him. "Do you want to know tlio date of your own death? Treat the figures of 1S71 in the same way." The King did so. "1888? A long enough life, in all conscience." A third time the woman called him back. "If you wish to know the year in which your great kingdom will tot ter to its fall, do the same to 1888." And in 1913 the great European treason was devised and inaugurated by the fatal demand of Austria that Italy should help her to crush Ser bia out of existence. "I suppose," ...

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Bright Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 20 April 1917

Bright Shire Council. THE ordinary monthly meeting of above was held ou Tuesday. Preseut-Crs Abraham (president), Milne, Roliason, Jones, Wallace, Goldsworthy, and Roper. CORRESPONDENCE From Thistle inspector, Shire of Tun gamah, asking for a sumple of St. John's Wort.-Attended to. From J. Mullirjs, Eurobin, asking why he is singled out to p*y rates along ths railway Hue; while others have never been asked to pay-Received. From H. Byron lloore a id Day, Mel bourne, stating they couid lend council £1000 as soon as the necessary formalities have been complied with. Interesl charged would be at the rate of 6i per cent.-Received. From Ahern and M'Swiney, Wanga ratta, accepting the position as solicitors to the council.-Received. From T. O'Callaghan, Carlton, .asking for the meaning of the word " Porepun kah," as attached to a railway station in the shire. The information is required for a work that is being prepared.-At tended to by secretary. From State Rivers and Water Supply Commissi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 27 April 1917

Do you want Relief? Are you frequently hoarse ? Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat? DOGB your cough annoy you at night, and do you raise rauscua in the morning? Do you want relief? If so, take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and you will be pleased For sale by Walker Bros., Bright; J. H. Jones, Hairietville; C. Lardi, Wandiligong ; C. &. Goodman, Porepunkah ; J. Ritchie, Buckland. F. TRAULSEN, Licensed Forwarding and Commission Agent, RAILWAY STATION, BRIGHT. Agent for-The Commercial Union Fire Insurance Company. RECRUITING READY RECKONER For Married Men Prepared to Join the A.I.F. FOR HOME AND EMPIRE. Fortnightly Pension if Husband Totally Incapacitated. A Wife and No Children... A Wife and 1 Child A Wife, and 2 Children ... A Wife'and 3 Children ... ? A Wife and 4 Children . £i 9 10 £4 15 1 £5 0 4 £5 5 7 £5 10 10 £4 10 0 £5 10 0 £6 5 0 £6 15 0 £7 5 0 £2 0 0 £3 0 0 £3 15 0 £4 5 0 £4 15 0 In addition to the above, there is 1/- per day deferred pay, amounting to £18...

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St. John's Wort. CONFERENCE AT WANGARATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 27 April 1917

St. John's Wort. CONFERENCE AT WANGARATTA. A CONFERENCE of representatives of Par liament and delegates of municipalities convened by the Shire Council of Bright to discnsa tha eradication of St. John's wort was held on Thursday of last week, st Ibe theatre Royal, Wangjratla, Or. G. R. Abraham (president of Bright Shire) presided, :«nd there were present-Hons E\ Hagelihorn (Minister for Agriculture), T Livingstone (Minister for Mioes and Forests), W. Kendall, M.L.C, A. A. Billson, J. Bowser, M's.L A., H.W. Davey, F.G.S., Supervisor of Orchards; Crs. D. RobertBon (Bacchus March). Husband (Benalla), Hon A. A. Billaon (Braybrook), O'Brien (Cranbourne), Barlow (Chiltern), Burden (Dandenong), Taylor (El'him), Curry (Harapton), M'DJnald (Vlaffra), Almond (Mansfield), Gordon (Numurkah), Grose (Omeo), Coi<k (Oxley), Wilson (Romsey), Prentice (Ruthergleti), Tehan (Seymour), Bitc^n (Shepparton), Wit : takers (Traralgon), Kelly (Tungamah), Gordon (Violet Town), Diffey, Naughtin and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 27 April 1917

BUSINESS NOTICED !"7ihe Store of 7Bc/cry a/i^7(jfnorrctv' | Come and Save as you have never saved before on all your is right into your Enamelware of Merit DURABILITY is the prime fea tuie of our Enamelware. All the rough usage you cau give them won't deprive these Pots aucj Paus of their enamel or damage their usefulness. Just ruu your eye over the kitchen shelf and see what's needed. Pie Dishes, Sauce pans, Kettles, Buckets, Billies, Jugs, Basins, Mugs and Plates. Our stock includes them all Of course they are a little dearer than tin, but they will repay you. Waslihaml Basins-lOd 1/ 1/3 2/G 2,0 8/3 4/ Mixing Bowls-3/ 3/6 ?]/ Baking Dishes-3/(J 5/ Pio Diul.es-1/3 1/6 1/9 2/ 2/6 Coffee Pots-2/6 3/ Teapots-3/6 3/!) 4/3 0/9 7/6 9/ Pudding Basins--'1/6 1,8 1/11 2/3 2/0 Buckets-(i/G 9/6 Dippers-1/U 3/ Hot Water Jugs-3/ 3/6 3;9 Kettles-4'3 5/8 Billies-2/9 3/ 3/6 3/9 4/3 Stew Paus-1/9 2/ 2/3 2/9 4/ 4/6 Steel Saucepans-3/6 4/3 5/9 Hot Water Jugs-1/9 2/ 2/3 2/9 Cups and Saucers-1/6 1/9 . P...

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Tha Open Column. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with opinions expressed in these columns.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 27 April 1917

Tha Open Column. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves wil opinions expressed in these columns.] TO TIJK EDITOR. SIR,-I received through the poBt office a copy of the disgusting pamphlet that is being scattered broadcast throughout the Commonwealth to try and injure the op position candidates. The other side must be hard up, indeed, when they have to go back to 50 and 80 years to dig up dirt. Do the narrow-minded bigots ever stop to think that nearly _ all our faithful Allies are of the Catholic faith ? I think we Protestants should for ever keep sileDt after all the atrocities Protestant Germany has committed during this war. How would we like it if the Catholics were to retaliate by getting a few thousand copies of the Belgian atrooities printed and scatterod abroad and put the tsisme on us, as wo happen to be of the same religion ? There would bo just as much injustice in that as blaming the Ciihoiics of to-day for something or other that happened 50 years ago Why oan't wo ba...

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Anzac Day. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 27 April 1917

Anzac Day. WEDNESDAY last, 25th inst., was the anniversary of the memorable landing of the Australian heroes at Gallipoli, and throughout the district the afternoon was set apart for fitting celebration at the State schools throughout the shire. The usual routine wss observed iu the morn ing, and the afternoon was devoted to siuging. speeches and other forms set out by the department. Where practicable, members of school committees and pro minent residents attended, and short ad dresses were given. At Wandiligong, Messrs R. W. Hewit son, F. B. Gribble and L. W. Smith, members of the school committee atten ded, amongst other visitors. Addresses were given by Mr Hewitson (chairman) Mr Smith, and the head teacher (Mr T. W. Flower). The children sang a number of songs, and the function throughout was very interesting and impressive. The was a large attendance of parents and friends at the local school, and a very successful lime was spent. The children were addiessdd by the Rev, G. Bram...

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A Fine Company of Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 27 April 1917

A Fine Company of Enter tainers. EMMET lC. HARDY, and his brilliant Irish pierrots, will appear at the Victoria Hall on Tuesday, May 1st. This company is very highly spoken of by the press in the towns where they have already ap peared. Mr Hardy is an Irish tenor with a repertorie of over 300 songs, mostly Irish. It is said he is the best Irish tenor ever heard in Australia. Kearney and Harrison, the comedians, are both fine singers and have lots of comedy and plenty of laughs with no vulgarity. Phillips and Montague, a clever sinking and dancing team, are perhaps the best dressed travelling at the present time Miss Maisie Posner, a clever comedienne, has a very wide range, from laughter to tears. Miss Posner is also a clever dan cer. Miss Una .Ford, the soprano, has a fiue collection of songs many new patrio tic numbers, which have not yet.been heard in Bright. Last, but not least. Miss Allien Boyd, who presides at the piano. The company has a number of comedy plays and sketches. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 27 April 1917

LMICHAEL P: RYAN, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. "Will visit "BRIGHT every fortnight in future. . May be seen at Star Hotel. . Date of next Visit-7th and 8th May AHERN & WI'SWtHEY Barristers and Solicitors, REID STREET, WANGARATTA, -Mr. M'Swiney, Commissioner for New South Wales. Trust and other Moneys to Lend. DENTISTRY. G. A. Payne, L.D.S., Dentist C P rtiinnAllv (Reoordodby Dontal . C. uunneiiy Board of Victoria.) of Murphy-istreet, WANGARATTA, WILL visit Bright and Myrtleford every second week, and may ? be ^consulted at Mrs. Abraham's Star Hotel.-DATE OF NEXT VISIT : BRIGHT, Monday, 12th Marcb, from i p.m. to cp.m'. ; all day on Tuesday, J. P. FLANAGAN 438 Elizabeth-st., MELBOURNE Cash !5ji3'cr of IValnuts r . & Soft-Sliellert Almonds Best Quality only. "VTO Cartage, Commission or other de ductions charged. All prices re turned are nett, delivered at Spencer street. I return cash on receipt of goods. Quotations promptly returned on receipt ofsamples. . CREDIT FO...

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