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HEART ESTATE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
HEART ESTATE ROADS. The deputation: later on waited 'on Captain Jenkins, secretary . to the Closer Settlement Board, and asked that money be granted for roads on the Heart. Civ Killeen handed in a state- ?? ment ' showing the amount of monev (£250) expended by .the shire for.roads 011 this land. ' Captain Jenkins said he I would lay the request before the Board, j and a reply would be given on Friday. !
A TOO-CLEVER FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
A TOO-CLEVER FORGERY. While it is no easy matter for a violin maker to rival the famous Stra divarius instruments, an American maker once 'did this, and did it in so effectual a manner that experts pro nounced his violin a genuine Stradi varius. The successful man was Geo. Gemunder, who died some ten years ago. His remarkable ability as a mak er of violins was known to many a distinguished player, such as Ole Bull, Remenyi, . and. 'Wilhelmj, but he achieved — so runs the story—his : . greatest success at the last Paris Ex position. To that exhibition he Bent an imitation Stradivarius,. and, to test its merits, had it placed on exhibition as the genuine article. A committee of experts carefully examined the instrument and pro nounced it a Stradivarius. So far Gemunder's triumph was complete, hut now came a difficulty. When he olaim ed that it was not an old violin, 'hut a new one made by himself, the com mittee would not believe him. They declared that he had never made the instrumen...
LITTLE BOBBIE'S PA. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
LITTLE BOBBIE'S PA. By William F. Kirk. Pa brought hoam the funniest-look* ing turkey that I have ewer saw. It was all broke up. The hed waB gone and the legs was about two feet long. For hevings saik, sed ma, whare did you git that bird? Newer mind whare I got that bird, sed pa. I got it. The best proof, sed pa, is that I have it here and have brought it hoam like the faithful hus band I am. Newer mind, 'you say, sed ma. Nev ver mind the fack that you have brought hoam a turkey without a head - : and with its body stretched out so long and thin that it looks like a lath. I must insist on a explanashun, sed ma, and I think I am going to have one, if there is, such a thing as a wife ewer getting a explanashun from a husband. Well, sed pa, I will tell .you. Pa was looking kind of red in the face, and he held the turkey beehind his back for a minnit. as if he had stole it. You see, wife, sed pa, I got this turkey in a kind of peculiar way. I stole it. You what? sed ma. I stole it, Bed ...
Deputation Turned Down. GRANT FOR CLYDEBANK BRIDGE ASKED FOR. NOT A PENNY UNTIL THE OUTBACK PEOPLE ARE GIVEN DECENT ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
Deputation Turned Down, GRANT FOR CLYDEBANK BRIDGE ASKED FOR. NOT A PENNY UNTIL THE OUT BACK PEOPLE ARE GIVEN DECENT ROADS. On Wednesday last a deputation con sisting of Cr Killeeu and Hon. Robert Harper, M.H.R., was introduced to the Minister of Public 'Works by Mr J. W. M'Lachlan, M.L.A, The deputation asked, on behalf of the Avon Shire Council, for a grant of I £1000 towards building a bridge over the Avon river at Clydebank. In reply, the Minister said that until substantial relief had' been afforded to the settlers in. the Dargo and Talbot ville . districts he would not give the request favorable consideration. He had recently seen for himself the fright-, ?ful disadvantages under which the settlers-were laboring in the northern portions of the shire, whicn the shire council seemed to have neglected. The increase in the valuation of the whole shire during the last twenty years was only £6000, while in the richer portion there had been no increase, at all. He would hot consider ...
LEGEND OF THE FADELESS ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
LEGEND OP THE FADELE8S ROSE. In Spain the elders tell the legend oer To listeners about the rose-hung door. Once in a castle dwelt two lords of Old, One kind of heart, the other cruel, cold. One eye the warder came who guards the gates, And said: 'A figure at the portal waits 'It would not enter in, but bids me ' say That it would speak with you without ? delay.' Then, cried the 'baron dark: 'Swift shall I go! This begging one strength of my arm shall know.' Returning later, answered he: 'I smote A beggar bold and cast him in the moat.' The warder came again with cringing mien — 'A figure at the outer gate is seen.' 'This time I go,' the gentle knight replied, 'Such nights as these worn travellers have died.' Returning, in his hand a rose he held From whose white heart a wondrous perfume welled. .? . -. He said: 'I saw a maiden at the door; She vanished in the stormwind's gusfy roar. 'This rose she gave me which her bosom bore, And said that it would bloom for ever more.' And even n...
BRUCE AT BANNOCKBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
Bruce at Bannockctirn. By L. Andrews, Grade VI, The English got an army up against Scotland with Edward tI at their bead. The v Scottish had Robert Bruce at their head. This battle was fought near Stirling. Bruce got his men to dig erreat ditches, alone one side of the battle field, so that* I the English would fall into them when they came to fight, When the English came to figlit many of them fell into the ditches while the rest were driven back by the Scottish.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
FOOTBALL. TboMafFra team travelled to Bairns I ; dale yesterday, and a very one sided game resulted in Maffra sustaining a : crushing defeat. A meeting of the Maffra District Junior Football Association was held in Maffra on Wednesday evening, when there were delegates present representing Stratford, Newry, Maffra and Hey field, A protest, lodged by Heyfield against Stratford for piayiug C. Burley on 4th July, on the ground, that he was hot a bona- fide resident, caused a great deal of discussion. It was ultimately resolved to submit the question to the. Sporting Editor of the ' Australasian,' and to abide by his decision.
STEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
Stems. By Ada Stothers, Grade IV. The stem is~nsed to bold up the leaves. The stem carries the root sap up to the leaves and sends the leaf sap down to the roots. The outer baik is to protect the tree from the insects ; the inner bark carries the leaf sap down, The heartwood is to keep the tree firm, the heart wood is the sap wood dry. The outer bark is green and grey.
LIFE OF THE PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
Life of the Pioneers. Bv O.M.S,, Grade VIII. Although some settlers thought of no better place than the grog-shop to drown their disappointing thoughts, it is not to be thought that all of thero did so. For even though in an endless forest their thoughts did not fail to float back to the Almighty one who caused a tree to grow in a certain spot and not a buttercup ; but the buttercup was content with knowing ' that God wished for a buttercup just there where it was growing.' The scene was appalling and helped too to convey their thoughts to Him. One of our pioneers, W. O'dell Ray mond describes part of a trip from Western Port to Gippsland in which j he says that for the first 14 miles of his journey he was able to bring some few horses with him to carry the provisions but owing to the denseness of the scrub at the spot was forced to leave them. For the next eeventeen days W. O'dell Raymond and party proceeded at the rate of about eight miles a day. They, however, managed to exist to...
Sport in General. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
Spart in General. ? UA ? THE TURF. , A meeting , of the ' Stratford aud Nnntin Race Clnb was held on Tues day 'evening last, when their : was a ?rood attendance of..: members, the President of the clnb. (Mr S. Farrell) occupying. the cha-ir. . . : . SPPJXG MEETING. ? ?It -was decided to ; hold the . spring meeting ou; Thursday:- 19th or bep tember. A discussion . ensuerl as to - the ;a.dvisa.bilit-y of increasing the amount of. the prize.money given at the last spring meeting (£67), and if was -ultimately resolved that the amount: this. year be increased to £9S. ? ? ' WELIi-MEKITED EECOGXITIOX. ;.. . The Presideut said be had a very pleasing duty to .perform, and that was to present to their secretary (Mr E. D, Lewis) a small token of the esteem in- which he w*s held by the members of the club. They were indeed fortunate that they had such an energetic and' capable secretary as Mr Lewis to gnide the destinies of the c'ub, and to his tact, energy, and untiring devotion to the interes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
: Great Annual ^^Stocktaking SALE ~ At M. M'lLROY'S ? 'July &iid- to ' mmm ' t Price Lists on Application. Sweeping Reductions in all Departments to Effect a Speedy Clearance. Remember this is a Cash Sale, and all Goods hooked are charged at usual prices SALE STARTS ON MON DAY NEXT. M. McILROY, GEHEIUX stqhekeepek, . WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, STRATFORD AND BRIAGOLONG.
Children's Corner. REDBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
Children's Corner. Redhank. * By Alice Hardy, Grade V. Redbank is a nice sunny place with green hills and shady trees. Some times it is not nice when the wind howls and the dust comes flying in your eyes. there is a nice river that comes flowing along so smooth \ and has pretty-trees hangibg iover 'the:banksV : You will Fee a pretty- .sight when the wattle blossom and other flowejrs come out. There are some, big rocks on the hills that have pretty little ferns growing on them. If yon go on top of the hills yon can see all around the flats and sometimes j-ou will see litt:e waterholes glittering in the sun. There is a nice sight when a flood comes and covers some of the flats but it is not very nice for the owners of those lands.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
Farmers and Graziers MONEY! LOANS ON LEASEHOLD AND FREEHOLD PROPERTY from 4 per cent, for a Term of Years. Apply— 1 ? 5 P.. H.. JACKS-Wv - ? - 1 ? ' Fernbank. ' All Communications Confidential. SALE SPORTS DEPOT RAYMOND ST„ SALE, For all Sporting Goods. CRICKET, TENNIS, GOLF, ETC. B.L. GUNS from £1 15s. High Grade FISHING TACKLE. ' EXPRES§ ' Gun Cartriclges. B. CHERRY, Proprietor. W. KINNA, BOOT & SHO^.MAK^R, DIXON | Repairs Neatly ! Boots and Shoes o^jfldfe^eseiiptions to order. Fit GuarantfefcslJ^^FQJ^*5^ Boot and Shoe Laces, Polishes of all kinds and colors. Note Address.— Dixon St., Stratford. Federal Cafe, Stratford. (close to railway station). Meals at all Hoars. Afternoon Tea. Cleanliness, Civility and Comfort Hot Pies and Fresh Pastry Every Saturday. Board and Residence. * Mrs E. Kirkham, Proprietress. J, D. McEWAN, Plumber. Tinsmith and Ironworker. BLACKBURN ST., STRATFORD (Late of Sale) EEGS to inform the residents of Strat ford and district that he has com menced ...
VIEWS OF THE ICONOCLAST. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
VIEWS OF THE ICONOCLAST. By Walt Mason.. We are living in an age of won derful achievement (said the school master). Great deeds have become so common that we accept them as a matter of course. Within a year or two both the north and the south pole have been discovered, after a hundred years of vain effort. It sends a thrill through -me to reflect that I have lived to witness such triumphs. It doesn't send any thrill throush me (remarked the village patriarch). I have been worried over many dif ferent things in the course of my life. Last spring, for instance, there were indications of a late frost, and I walk ed the floor all night worrying over the probability that the peach buds would be killed in my back yard. Just a couple of weeks ago my dog was sick and I feared he was poisoned, and I worried over it for several days. I have had my share- of care, but I never lost a minute's sleep over the ?fact that the north or south pole was missing. Now that both poles have been found I c...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 12 July 1912
v The Commonwealtli Bank of Aus tralia will commence operations on Monday next in Victoria- . A com mencement will be made-in fche; Sav ings Bank Department, a branch of which- will be opened at the local post office on same day. Another i branch will also be opened at the i post office, Dargo. I A notice of much interest to those who are fortunate to come within the scope of the Federal Land Tax is displayed in a prominent place at the 190a! post office. The death has occurred at Meerlieu of 'Mrs Jane Louisa Cousens, jelict of the late Mr Henry Cousens, The d ec.eased lady, who has .:attt» i tied the great age of 86 years, leaves five sons and one daughter to moura their loss. Mrs Cousens was an English woman, born iu the city of London, and had reorded in Victoria for 63 years.. Her sons are well known in this loeality.~Mr T. E. Cousens residing on his Inverbroom property. Tuesday night last was one of the coldest experienced in' this ' district' for years. Severe frost occurred, ...