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FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
p.vr snEEP. Only 15,500 were yarded. O wing to the supply proving within require ments cimpetion was eceedingly brisk throughout, prices realized showing; a remarkably pronounced improve ment on last week's rates. Iu best wethers, * principally , from W esteru district, prices trequently ruled trom.. 3/ to 4/ per head higher, while for all grakes suitable for trade required ments prices in- every ^instance ad vanced at least from 2/ to 2/6 per head. A feature of the' market was tha keen competition of country buyers, several trucks being pur chased by butchers from Wodongo Albury, and Corowa, Inferior con ditioned wethers, bought by grazier.*-* realized highly satisfactory figures Prime crossbred wethers from 25/ to- 30/. extra do. do., from 32/ to 35/, good do. do,, from 23/ to 25/ second do. do., from 17/ to 19/, inferior front 14/ to 16/9, prime crossbred ewes, from 22/ to 26/, extra to 2S/2, good do. do., from 17/9 to 20/, second do. do., from 13/6 to 19/, inferior sold to grazi...
Commercial. STRATFORD STOCK MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Commercial. a STRATFORD STOCK MARKETS. Messrs Mathieson and Davis reporfr having held their usual fortn'ghtly stock 6ale on Monday last. Sheep. — Not many forward. Weaners on a/o * A. Knigbt sold at 4/10. Cattle, — Good prices were realised for quality forward. T, Noble's cows, -iiis/W/ ; heifers, £4; R. Noble's heifers, £?» 8/; A. Knight's heifers, £5/5/.; J. Little's store cows, £*/10/ ; calves, 15/; A. Hardy's springing cows, £4; S. M'Donald's heifers, £2/7/ ; ; A. Davis' store cows, £3. Also sold privately during the week 700 cross bred weaners and 200 wethers on a/cs Mr West Bartlett, Munro. MELBOURNE UAKKETS
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Oh, Woods, in comfort and at ease, We laugh at pain, ignore disease, But when the cutting winter winds, Make throat feel raw, and red eyes blind, Your medicine ,«cnd, no matter how, A ministering angel, thou ! No chest disorders I'll endure, While I can buy your Peppermint Cure. . DON'T WAIT TILL TO MORROW ! ' It's little colds that grow into big colds, the big colds that end iu consumption and death. Don't wait till to-morrow to treat the little colds, for one dose of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds will break ud a cold if taken at the beginning. Dr. Sheldon's New Dis covery is a safe and a never-failing remedy. Price, Is. 6d, and 3s. Obtain able from M. Mellroy, Stratford and Briagolong. ? _s ? . So Simple and Strong, They Cannot go Wrong. Simplicity is a great' thing in a sewing machine -especially when you live in the country sud have to fix it yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have- fewer parts than ' any other— nothing to get out of order. Pounds cheaper than othe...
HOW THE POOR LIVED IN THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Eow the Poor Lived in the Fourteenth Ckhtub*. By Kathleen Galway, Grade VIII. See if you can pictnre before yonr mind a ditcher who is moving heavily to his home at the close of a winter's day, He lias been in the field since sunrise, and he has a stupid, ox-like, I air of a man who is dazed by long bodily toil. His dress consists' of a single wollen garment drawn around his waist by a belt of rope, in which is stuck a knife which is used for cutting bread or for his own defence in a quarrel. His 'hovel is fcuilt of daub aiid wattle. It lets in the wind at many points and crevices but de spite all this the room has a sour foul smell. The evening meal is eaten in silence. There is plenty to , eat but the food is coarse. The bread is as dark aa mud and as tough as leather- There is no tea, sugar, or tobacco yet known in England, there fore the father cannot smoke after the meal is over. They all huddle round tne ure ior warmtn as mere is no pictures to look at and they cannot read so ...
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Church Services. A Sunday Next. Church of England. — Stratford 11, Clydebank 2.30 (n.c.), Stratford 7. — Rev. W. T. Prentice. Presbyterian Church — Stratford 11, Valencia Creek 3, Briagolong 7. — Rev. F. G. H. Brady, Catholic Church, — Stratford, 9 a.m. Methodist Chdrch. — Stratford 7, Mr Burr ; Mafra, 3, Rev. J. Law ton ; 7, Mr Powell, Boisdale, 7, Mr Can non. Perry Bridge, 3, Mr Burr.
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Japan, By Elsie Richards, Grade IV. I In Japan they don't wear boots but they wear sandals and when they are coming inside they just slip off their sandals and walk inside. When they want a ride they get in a waggon which is just like a buggy. There is a man that draws it and they call him a manhorse, he can run as hard as any horse can run all day. They go to school and the girls are only taught to do a little reading and writing. They go to school at seven o'clock in the morning and they leave off work at, twelve o'clock and the rest of the afternoon is left for work or for play.
Mechanics' Institute. OPENING OF THE BILLIARD ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Mechanics' Institute. OPENING OP THE BILLIARD ROOM. On Monday evening last, after many years of persistent striving on the part of a certain section, and opposition on the part of others, the billiard room at the Mechanic's Insti tute was formerly opened. By 8 p.m. the hour fixed for the opening, a large crowd, including several ladies, had assembled, and the gathering was unanimous in the opinion that both the room and the appointments were a credit to those responsible for them. The contractor, for the building, Mr A, Bremner, has well and faithfully carried out his work, and the room' is one which, for its especial purpose, it would indeed be hard to improve on. The table is one of Allcock & Co's best productions, and it was installed by Mr W. H. Carter, in a manner which must give every satisfaction to the devotees of the green cloth. Cr W. H. Carter (President of the Mechanic's Institute) cordially wel comed those who had attended to witness the opening ceremony, and ex...
ROBERT CLIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Roisert Cuve. I By Willie Carter, Grade VIII. After Clive had rescued Carnatic and Aicot, he prepared for an inevi table siege. Olive's army was now being reduced to a very bmall num ber. The natives were now begin ning to realize what splendid fighting men the English were. After a while the food became scarce The native said tbafc the BritiBh must have the best food. The I French then got elephants with j | spikes on their foreheads to knock I down the gates. The English then | poured in a deadly' fire upon the : elephants which soon made for the gate, while in their panic they tram : p[ed down all in tbtir way. After an hour's fighting, Clive drove the j French back.
BRIAGOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
BRIAGOLONG. A meeting was held last week, when it was decided to re-form the local b. ass band. Cr. A, H. B. Kelly was elected President, »ni Mr J, J. White secretary. Mr W. H. Carter, of Stratfoid, was appointed band master, Tbe following letter was received from the Education Department by Mr Jas. M'Lachlan, M.L.A. : — With reference to your representation on behalf of Mr E. G, Porter, of Briago long, correspondent of the local school committee, urging the erection of a new school building at the above nameS place, I bave the honor to in form you that . the Public Works Department will be consulted as to the snggestion that a new school building be erected, instead of having the existing building repaired and renovated.' ' Mr J. W, M'Lachlan, M.L.A., has received the following communication from the Secretary for Railways : — ' I am directed to acknowledge re ceipt of your letter of 11th inst-., and the accompanying communication from various residents of Briagolong requesting tha...
THE VIOLET. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
The Violet. i By Ida Farrell, Grade IV. j The other day we had a lesson on the violet-. The color of the violet is purple. The flower is that color so thac the bee cao see it. The stalk is thin because the flower is not heavy but is light. The sepals are giean. and there are five of them to hold the petals up. There aie five petals and there are two pairs, one is by itself, which is called the bee's j door-step. On ill' hg petal there I are little lines called honey guides. | The violet has a nice smell. I like ! the violet very much. It is a very I pretty flower.
PERRY BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
PERRY BRIDGE. A fox hunt was held at Perry Bridge last Friday, which all who were there pronounced to have been a very successful one. The meet took place at Perry Hill at 10 a.m., Mr A. Bruse having been elected cap tain of tbe gnns, and Mr V. Hahn captain of the beaters. The guns were soon m position, and the beaters were very soon heard doing their duty in tryiug to drive Mr Reynard towards his doom. Only one, howevt r, had the courage to venture forth, and owing to the pre sence of Mr C. Stewart, junr , pro bably he regretted it, but, alas, too late. In all, eight foxes fell victims to the guns of Mr C. Stewart, junr., (2) Mr J. Frew, Mr N. Stracey Mr N. Bortlett, Mr T. Bedggood, Mr J. Bedggood. Mr Kenyon's dog ciught the eighth, The last drive was the most exciting one of the day, as the fox tried to break away in the oppo site direction to tbe waiting guns. Mr Kenyon who perceived his inten tion started after him in hot pursuit, followed by the remainder of the party, and a fi...
AN IMAGINARY TRIP FROM INTER-CARCALI. TO AUCKLAND—BY THE EAST COAST. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
An Imaginart Trip From Inver CARGALL TO AUCKLAND — Br THIS East Coast. By Olive Smith. Grade VIII. I At last we are on the broad, blue Pacific Ocean, plowing our way through the calm waters. The shouts and wavings of the people on the pier still seem real, although they have faded out of sight, and night is closing o'er us with surprising 'rapidity. Morning broke clear and bright, and very soon passengers came on deck to see the glorious sun-rise. Our captain being an amiable gentle man, spoke freely to the passengers, and I for one, was glad I did not wait for the next boat. About noon all hands were summoned 011 deck, and passengers below m their cabins. We could hear the orders of the cap tain but faintly as, by this time, the storm was at its highest. We put in at Dunedin, after the storm had abated, although had our ship not needed repairing, our course would have led us past it. Having completed the repairs we again resumed our journey. The passengers, too, had regained spirit...
TABBERABBERA. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
TABBERABBERA. Arbor Day was celebrated at the Tabberabbera state school on Friday July, 5tb., when a most enjoyable time was spent, Only one member of the school committee being present, (Mr E, W ebsdale ) About one o'clock a piuuio innun was partaken or in tne lane, near the school, the refreshments being provided by Mrs J. Wallace, Mrs E. Websdale and Miss A. Sinnott. Some young elm tree?, and flower roots, were added to the collection already in the school garden. Most of i ha afternoon was devoted to games of all sorts, the teacher, (Mr Elaridge), exerting himself to make the time pass pleasantly, and in this he was ably assisted by Messrs F. and John Websdale. A crickct match, ladies v. gentlemen, was played, the latter using the bat in the wrong hand, and the fair sex acquitted themselves very creditably. After afternoon tea had been served, the Binging of the National Anthem brought the pro ceedings to a close. Tabberabbera state school has lately been made a half-time school...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Farmers and Graziers MONEY! LOANS ON LEASEHOLD AND FREEHOLD PROPERTY from 4 per cent, for a Term of Years. Apply-^- - ?? * - * - - R. H. JACKSON, v 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. 'EXPRESS' Gun Cartridges. B. CHERRY, Proprietor. W. KINNA, BOOT & SHOE MAKER, ] DIXON ST, STRATFORD. j o m ptly Executed, .fipbta Land Shoi^&Al^ descriptions made ~ - Fit Workmanship ? Guaranteed. Bootyfnd Shoe Laces', Polishes of all kinds Jahd colors. Note Address.— Dixon St., Stratford. Federal Cafe, Stratford. (CLOSK TO EAII.WAY STATION). Meals at all Hours. Afternoon Tea. Cleanliness, Civility and Comfort Hot PieB and FreBh Pastry Every fiatnr^y. ^'^ Board and Residence. Mes E. Kibkham, Proprietress. J. D. McEWAN, Plumber, Tinsmith and Ironworker. BLACKBURN ST., STRATFORD , ' (Late of Sale) EEGS to inform the residents of Strat ford and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
Great Annual Stocktaking SALE Jkt M. M'lLROY'S : Commences ©m | st July' _ and continues to 15tb CASH 0NI¥. Price Lists on Application. Sweeping Reductions in all Departments to Effect a Speedy Clearance. Remember this is a Cash Sale, and all Goods booked ai*e charged at usual prices & SALE STARTS ON MON DAY NEXT. 7' ? $ . ' V. . . -v r ? . M. McILROY; GEHEEULX. STOHESCEEPER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, STRATFORD AND BRIAGOLONG. - ' -V, T - 5 YOU WILL BE SURPRISED, How much better you feel if your stomach is in good condition. Dr. Sheldon'8 Digestive Tabules will improve* your digestion at once. Price Is. 6d. and 2s. 6d. Obtainable from M. Mclhoy Strat ford and Briagolong. BARKED YOUR SHINS ? * Well, try Dr. SheldonTs Magnetic Lini ment ; it will take away all the pain and stifines?, and yon will forget all about it. Price, Is. 6d. and 3a. Obtainable from Bi. Mellroy, Stratford and Briagolong.
THE CHARACTER OF HENRY II. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
The Character of Henkt II. By Robert Stothers, Grade V. Henry the II was a man of strong mind and with that he had a strong body because he was never tired. He was always moving about from one place to another. He was in many ways a good king. Just before he came to the Throne, a man named Stephen was made king by the barons, and then they built a number of castles. So when Henry became king he made up bis mind to destroy all the castles ; bnt if any man went against his will he would be sorry for it afterwards, although he was a good man he had a bad temper.
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
REFLECTIONS OF A BACHELOR GIRL. By Helen Rowland. When a man is talking love a wis# woman listens to only what he doesn't say. Somewhere in heaven there is a pearly throne with a cushioned seat waiting for the man who never comes home too early nor too late, but al ways just at the psychological mo ment, for dinner. A husband and wife used to belong to each other; but in these days of - simplified divorce they are merely temporarily leased to one another. As long as burglars and lunatics are permitted to enter the holy bonds of matrimony the world will continue to, be filled with little burglarettes and lunatickets. The man who puts off marrying un til the autumn of life, like the man who defers his summer vacation un til July, is likely to find the world a chilly, empty place whence all th« roses have fled. A husband's manners have so much more to do with domestic happiness than his morals! DoubtlesB, a cheery, ; complimentary burglar might he eas ier to live with than a critical s...
District Notes. SOUTH BUCHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
District Notes. (From .our own correspondents). SOUTH BUCHAN. After an exceptionally dry Autnmri which caused a deal of trouble to ' farmers and graziers we are now having a very wet Winter, which is causing many of the poor stock to die. For the month of June we had 433 points, and so far for this month , 250 has been registered to 15th, and still raining. On any of the low-land this is too much, but for Buchan it comes in handy. Tha 'sub-di vision sale of the Buchan.Estate is fixed, for September 12, when it is expected some keen bidding will occur. There have been some hundreds of pigs sold from here these last few weeks, and still more to follow. On the whole, prices have been only 'middling. . ' The marble quarry has closed for the winter owing to the wet weather. The butter factory is to be opened again on the 7th August, bnt the out-pu^ will be small for a time. A tea-meeting, concert and ball is to be held on September 23, in aid of the Bush .Nursing Association. The nurse w...
THE LEGEND OF ST. GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 19 July 1912
THE LEGEND OF ST. GEORGE. Than St. George, the patron and tutelar saint of England, no saint has been more popular or more univers ally accepted, and the legend of his encounter with the dragon never fails to thrill. It was when St. George was travel ling to - join his legion, after the Egyptian campaign, in which he had greatly distinguished himself, that he passed through Silene, in Lybia, where the inhabitants were in great distress, owing to the appearance of a dragon in a lake near the city. In order to appease its hunger, the citizens had been obliged to feed it daily with a sheep or two; but soon the sheep were exhausted, and they then had to sacrifice the children. The chivalry of St. George was aroused on hearing this, and the next time the dragon appeared he rode forth to meet it, and, after a terrible conflict, transfixed it with his lance, which broke. The Emperor Diocletian sent St. George to Britain, where Constantino and his wife, Helena, had taken up their residence ...