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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

THE LIVER HOW TO TAKE CARE OF IT Liverishness is much more com mon than most people imagine. For instance, faulty action of the liver gives rise to feelings of depres sion. it makes a man teel miserable and unfit for work, it gives a woman prostrating biiious attacks, head aches, and causes languor, sleepless ness. and sometimes a blurred state of the vision. How to take ca e of the liver and keep it in gool heahlth is a simple matter if you follow one or two well defined rules. Don't eat too much or too rich food. Try to get some exercise every day. Above all, be strong on prevention. Don't miss that point for the readiest and best preventive of liver troubles is an oc. casional dose of Mother Seigel's Syrup, the world-lamous digestive and liver tonid made from roots, barks and leaves. But even where liverishness is robbing you of - strength and the buoyancy of health Mother Seieel's Syrup will do you good. Take it after your meals, persevere with it, and in time it will restore yo...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Inquisitive Men. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

Inquisitive Men. It is related that the Duchess of West minster put; into her guest chamber a curious Swiss clock, to which was at tacited a.printed notice, "Please do riot touch." When a certain celebrated Canadian visited her Grace he ventured to inquire the reason for the prohibition. "You are the twentieth man who has asked that question," replied the lady gleefully. " Women. you know, are suip posed to be proverbially curious, and I putt that placard on the clock to test the same weakness in mett, and I am happy to say I find thetm not a whit lese curious than women. I keep a list of all the gentlemen who have asked me the ques tion you have nust inut, and there has been only one exception among all Jay guests who have occuplied tho room; -that was Mr. Fawcett, the late Post mtaster-General, and he, poor man, was blind."

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. GRAIN IN BULK. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS. GRAIN IN BULK. ° Melbouune, Thursday. According to views generally ex pressed, ship-owners all over the wvorld wvill be quite prepa~red to carry Australian grain in bulk wvhen the growers request them to do so.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Princess and Artist. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

Princess and Artist. Princess Beatrice is a talented musical performer, and can play difficult accom paniments at sig t. On one occasion a distinguished art t was visi?ting the Pal ace. A certain Princesa, a member of the Royal Famil, sat down at the piano and played. At the end she asked the nm:sioiani how she had played. " Ma'aum. like a Princess," he said with a deep bow. After that Princess Beatrice played, and she in turn asked how she had played. "MIn'am, like an artist," was the reply In a low tone. Both Prln cesses were equally gratified 'by these courtier-like replies, but the true praise lay where the discerning could detect it.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROVIDING FEED FOR EARLY SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

PROVIDING FEED FOR EARLY SPFIN?G. Now is t~he time ito .thin]k alout]pro \'dtig fotd f tr the early spring minths -the we Auut and th old Sep t 'mb-ir-when aIll the cow:s are newly calved, ald lhot are ratlher low 11n .condmiion. t1e corn is the best plant, for making gro'wlh in the winter, and ,his is w-hat Ilurk-ett says albout it in his valuable book, ".nFarm Orops":- RYll. Rlyo will grow much beter on rich lhn ltl.tn on Ilind tlhat is pooir. Naver the!less, it is g?rown chiefly tst land that is .iandivy in texture ,and thalt is low in f:.rv:li-. It is so:groin libenijso othler c:reals oannoi .lbe gi'oa ai with equal succe.ss on such ;soi]s bi -.b'g i' h?e' o ;a' wide area.i in ian.is st;itbese:ivl aidapted to its growth anM on thoseit .is .inot grown. The ha-bit of gi goth liia"i 'ro enables it to g?tlthi '-loud in so ilshii ero other cof;eals s ou ld: faill.::. ':::i. :. :::. STh'le ground is preparied fo,£r rye'iaS for--oticr oiCops, thlit; is - by plotighiiuii tbo: it easonab...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

W:O::: M: W EN'S INTERESTS' (133 "A:ibiosile.") :. ( ;: : (/ ,.' - Tio :"Lancet" comes to thie follow iiig cuclusnions after a chemnical analy '.i sis o f twenty-six well-knowu toilet : s oa. s lo - ' siumarnilbe, the results shoe r'thliat the toilet solaps o0. the nlluiitiret as iwhlole evidnlice a .5 g(lrcc of purit' and adaptability' for toilet ' 'purposis, s\hich redound to thle credit or : .th. e soap- maker It is obvious that m-lodeim , aso'-msakiniie s, gienerall :: : speakig, founded .on scinthiC linei, .i. drun o0ini systlem of conirlitrrl wae . iirns oui 0 a st'andard piroduct equa:l to asecrtained reqitt-emenls. GCresss cdul ':.terationii ni-eg-:rd to toict soaps does i?:o:.. apipear to exlst. . ihe athl?hietic gi is less likely to " sutictiimb to temllpation tlhan her sister SIowlto .?Ges i'ot, go in for aihldetios, in tho opinion of Dr.- -Dudley: A. Str geint; dirictort i :thletics at liarivard. -....oeli ev:ls- aire tie result of life's ":-forces behigi turned into iwr...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORKERS' UNION Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

WORKERS' UNION Melbourne, Thurdrlay. Senator Barnes has been re-elected president of the Victoria-Riverin a branch of the Australian Workers' Union.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Saved! Saved!! Saved!!! [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

Saved! SaveC!! Saved!!! " Whew !" said Bill Sfkes as he drew up a chair and a sigh of iy11of, "I nlver felt so biooplin' thankfvl in me bloomin' natural," " What about, me pippin ?" Quoth the Artful Dodger. " Why, I cracked a crib out Villatown, an' didn't do the job so clean's I nilght a done, an' then I hears as 'ow the old geezer what lIves there swears sbe'll move 'eaven an' earth to find out we done it, She's 90 year old, an' - bhlnd, an' 'art-deaf, an' 'art-dggd.; bitt blowed if I ajn't bin all ov a shake for fear as how she'd capture me !" " And what," growded laivina, " whet the 'harlie Dickens yer got to be thankful srt ? Mighntn't you glt bowled out yAt, stupid ?" "Nule-yever. i:.o beauly !" was Wil liam's jubiant riply. "'The old ~al's gev up 'untin' nme on her own 'ook, an' hlngaged a detedtl"'e !"-"Moonshne.'s

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMPIRE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

EMPIRE DAY To.day will be observed as Empire Day in the State schools. The children will assemble at school in the morning and go through various exercises, in cluding unfurling of the flg and sing. ing the National Anthem, and, in most cases, a picnic or sports gathering will be arranged for in the afternoon. At a meeting of parents held in the Orbost school on Saturday evening it was agreed to ask some of the leading residents to address the children, and a programme was drawn up for the day. As soon as the school function is finishdd the children will form a proces sion and march to the Recreation Re serve, where they will be given lun cheon, after which games and amuse menits will be the order of the day until tea-time. The Orbost Branch of the A.N.A. has donated 253 towards the demon stration, about £8 in all having been collected.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIDGING THE CANN [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

BRIDGING THE CANN At the last council meeting Cr H. Cameron moved that application be mide to the Public Works Department for a grant for a bridge . ver the Caun River at Mr John Cameron's. The bridge was wanted; it was a central position, and it was next to impossible for the east riding to build it as they had no funds, Cr F. Nixon thought the proposal rather premature. They must have a road there before asking for a grant. The transfer had not yet been effected. Cr Johnston said the people on the Cann were no worse off than those on the Snowy. If he wanted to go to Cr Lynn's place, which was only a quarter of a mile from his house, he had to drive 20 miles. If people at Marlo wanted to see anyone on the other side of the river they had to travel 20 miles. After a short discussion the motion, which was seconded by Cr D. Cameron, was carried.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Post or a Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

A ::":. Poat or a Judge. MIissCOhri'tiliel l-ose Coleridge; grand daughiic of the .f oct, tells an anumusing :tor: about the' blate TLdrd Chief Justice, wlhiclih lIs the iuheri of being perfectly true. QO dO y day'i paferfamillas was showd:iuf-lis son round Wrstmineter Ab beI ..'Tlfyilad got to Poets' Cor?uner, and th- ljov.liiis gizing at 8. T. O.'s bust. Sith-l'rni h'e liec.aimed .after looking otito?l?fi timfen, ?who was Cole ri=c:. 4t -iwnisa puzaling question. :.·ii t( io':f??i?ih .i'<iklted his chin with his tu!:niib:idq'fir.-Tfinger two or three tinie~s :nlId'tp oiught A.o~t .lIngth, ashamed, a; .it w?r~e;: f h!is wn forgetfullness, he re ,pliaed" Colieidge. Alh, -.es; Coleridge,

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CROWN LANDS SALE [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

CROWN LANDS SALE Very satisfactory prices were realised at the Crown lands sale conducted by Mr J. W. Bird last week. 'IThe best figure was reached for an allotment at Marlo, which was knocked down to Mr Jacob Perry for £28. Town lots-Noorinbee, parish of Noorinbee, on Cann Valley road; upset £5 per lot. -Lot 1. 3r 18 7-10p, allot 5, see 1-B. T. Harbeck, £8 10s. Lot 2, 3r 18 7-10p, allot 4, se 1--J. Stur gess; £5 10. Lot 3, 3r 18 7-10p, allot 3, see I-K. H. MacalisterI, £5. Lot 4, 3r 18 7-10p, allot 2, sec 1-K. H. Macalister, £5. Lot 5, 3r 18 7-10p, allot 1, see 1--C. A. Cameron, £5 Lot 6, 3r 9p, allot 6, sec 2-A. J. Maher, £5. Lot 7, 3r 18 7-10p, allot 5. see 2-Church of England, £5. Lot 8, 3r 18 7 10p, allot 4. See 2-S Ward, £6. Lot 9, 3r 18 7-10p, allot 3. sec 2-S. Warl, £9. Lot 10, 3r 18 7-10p, all,,t 2, see 2--Nixon Bres, £7 10s. Upset £6 per lot. Lot 11, la Or 8-10p, allot 1, 2-A. Macarthur and C,·, £10. Lot 12, la Or 7 7-10p, allot 1, see 3-S. Ward, £10 10s. I, oGeno street. ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

For Children's HaIcking Cough at Night, Woods' Grealt Peppermint Cure, li Gd LPPS " A Pine Foaret In Every Honms. " Many serious chest com plaints spring from a cold threading its. way along the delicate membrane thatlinoes the atr passagee be tweentlbe back of themouth and tbelungs.The medicioal lumes released from a Peps lablel In the m6uth allay the 1/6 soreness and inflammatlon is tbese air passages nadl and prevent further trouble Thus Peps are unequalled for 3/" coughs culds and bronchitis. Life is full of toil and trouble, If you make it so, And one's worries all seem doub'e When you welcome woe. Don't be always meeting sorrow, Look the other way; Take Woods' Peppermint cure to-morrow You'll be bright andlgay. Dentistry (or Horses, Not only in the human race but alnong horses as well dentistry is becomliri a recognised solenos, and has attalntd a high degree of efficlency. 1? manyop the great stables a horse demtist is cpp etantly employed. Once eer·'y ye~ qr oftene2, the tee...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TIDES High water at Marlo and Coman. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

THE -TIDES -4---- - High wazer at Marlo and Coiman. Friday, MNy 22, 5.19 a.m. 5 46 p.m. Saturday, ,, 23. 6 15 ,, 6.45 ,, Sunday, ,. 24, 7.17 ,, 7 53 ., Monday, ,, 25, 8.21 ,, 8 52 ,, Tuesday, ,, 26, 9.21 ., 9.49., Wednesday,, 27..1015 ,, 1040,, Thursday ,,28, 114 ,, 11.27 ,, Friday, ,, 29, 11 49 ,, - ,, Saturday, ,, 80. 12 10 ,, 12 31,, Sunday, ,, 81, 1251 ,, 1.11 ,, Monday, Juoe 1, 1 30 ,, 149',, Tuesday, ,, 2, 2.9 ,, 2.28 ,, W-desiay, 3, 2 48 ,, 3 9 ,, Thursday, ,, 4, .8 3.31 ,, 3.54 ,, These times may vary according to weather conditions, westerly winds causing the-tides to hold up later,

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Historic Peep. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

A corripnFi diiitin i- Lodonf paiper \i tet:-= . tklian of thie widespread rotil fi iioyf or Pluny kilich s fil clhs wiclih e'tnie under my 'notice scenms 0o0rth ta .'Lord- JoiToue? n outidc inan •unuiibus wctto i :a iini hli recdio;ti o :ir ompton,! fi yelle.! ot, o t eriniot. a 19ei ,orar,', blo.k in the nior?a r i? a rot Kni1fi?htsr1i2 V"ii' lled h ~oI :,Ibc 'iil the ,\itness of :a.I iolcnt tiltercationligoiing on ietween thlie coichmlindiuof- ati nda u: and tho dri-'er. of a new appet' diifti'ibutliiny ..art. HIow tle :quarirel' originriedd I dilad not liscoi.'r lt:it- hlihiirld the -ingrl'y irt ir'ver ? ;i' I'm linnfimnfcnohulhfot, y onL i "-Wety, if oh'li et offyourtb.ox 'oTo .his trhie knauden.coachnen ergplied in .an ,ccenit of -:itlitering contempt o" t ou nut inde d! y, i I cn- yetra: II:I to•i 7c !"" ' : ' ..i. ' "

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Good Answers. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

A "ood stor is told of i Scottish clei t"ninn ,whon i t :ei;twi ee"iwi'nakeikressel" hlud l marked dBi·on 'm .lier especihl irey: The gre,'?tDi'. Chil?luirsi hen "linforindd Iy- lady,i wi -oMwism ctt hig t ie p 'ita hIim. thit c?he,'rodyv.Wa-s sau l 1 ll it ter hw ie c?,igomim to ble iiii'r iLed; r'eplied -"Thei n di ind, we niW l ??H.{is Ipoifp t themn..' :hiis" lil div ient n dog'ee furtliit ; for shel offeredtli itlit?: ctiave minister l er nppnr' i her ..andl, lice henir t "I o.? is'eo': o;" h.li d'si?i . idin cplv, to gice yC our lefirt -to: Gotd, oih:puirsc.to thie Ipo, !iii yd oi orn?idi tohiii who "asks it." :~··

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prayer for the Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

; Praeye?for?the Dead.: · - Piiyei for the de'id is v practice :re jectedI, b,?' Protistnt it.s ',ha'ving . no Scriltiratl: r'li iint- but h hili ii revails iii the IoinaijCitholic, icekG'I m id other Eiesterim -"ChihelimeS [l?ie 1??h om Cseemiu to have' eixisted i mosti'ncien t religionls. Thlie dofi:tiiie~ nu?i?i r tiiet canine to the Chr silan iC rcillir thog th lih?stil-.es The fi rt :o tlee Chiaiili ii etfi s td :i lie men tionis priyeti for tiliemided?ia?t;-er tulliin, but lie spileaks ibfle uisago is- log Cs t'ablished Ind t Churi;h ;suich. plrayers itre Tmfleq uoiininy iilluded to by St. John Chr, ysostoi Cyril of Jerusalem. ithid St. Aiigiistino. in the burial 'service of the first B ok of Common Prayer; of the Eong!ish' Church some prayesrs appeared, hbut dmey. vere deleted from the second book, aind are not found In the subse quent revisions.

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVANCES IN SURGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

ADVANCES IN SURGERY. At the recl:nlt Mlelicall Congress, heltd in l.london, ov\CIr )0 papelrs werl'e read by .eminenlt doctors in tile wurlcl, each reporting the plogriss imade in the dil frent brallnchlles il medicine and sig cryl, and suggeslting the lines whlich may be fohe.wed wihtl adl llantagi iu ifuture research. Some i1dea1 r tile niotable alldvance may be formied frlom the Ilmar vellous reiports in til field of surgery. I,'o iilt.lta ce, thie Iluillal blalill hiis been laid bare Io its rcescsss and such ope rationiis whicih were onsidiered illlpos sible previouisly ari' no1 usually con dilctedl. Many deformities which \ere siipposed to lbe inicurable in tiUcs past ;aIe ino\ ielllmeitdied. S llin srl'geolls ]lolpe to grafbl on limbs obtainled front pler .on), killed aecidently in place l i thisl1mlputed 'rnul hiving people, aand 'poinse, a. tine when no one will be ompelled ll cto live witlh one arm o1 r leg. d)ll hslirgebil described a roee\:ss Ot boise tliallsldlalai;iorl,...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONEY IN PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

: ,MONEY IN PiGS. .Th'le rearing of .pigs was the subject o'f-nv-intereaing, pieqr read by ai'r. F'. GUmlin .recently before the nlon bors of the Otakeho (N.Z.) bianch ol the F.'armers' Union. Pigs Ihavre theo reputation of being dirty alnials, said Mr. UGaudn, but it properly housed and lokecd after aro one of file miost pro fitVable, tas well :as the inosf, intert\5i5iig producits of tlta farni, anrd it ;s surpris ing holw fo farmns:have ia really well equipped piggery. it seeIms where the pig ,s concerned "any old thIsing wll do.". Tuheo exti'.:proflit will soIon r-ppln the sinll expelidittiro on a good cor fort?iblo house. -.For general requlr?c nients I consider that ai builbiVg..'0?ti by:7flt, withl wood floor, diviidtld into Iaur .orcompsrttitients, thi;ee for breetiuig sows, cali. Gft( b. 7bit, a?rail placet 'boutt: 10 inches' out he fromi ,all andl tile samiio:distanco.ibove t?ltie lo" is nice?as sa?ly tio p?reviit :the so .fi.o- on overiydig her yuig Th11 reuliiriiing spic...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
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THOUGHTS OUT OF THE ORDINARY. WITH QUOTATIONS FROM THE NEW BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 22 May 1914

THOUGHTS OUT OF THE " ORDINARY. WIThI QUOTATIONS FIROM T'HN NIfW BOOKS. tSociety riewards tile man who serves it. Success colles froni, being of ser vico to mankind; there is neither honor' nor wa.!th excepltllg tllrougll one th1ng -sc'rv.c., and checxuil service at 5that. --"Conlmpetition andt Co-operiation," by Elbert, Hubbard. A friend is one who knows all about us and loves us jusi the same. Life is only the journey. Don't worry about tho tlestina;tion anld overlook thle scenerly; and in the march of life don't forget to' listen to tlho, bahd. * All desperlata lnazards courage do crc ':,;'As ?ihe'as fr'ankly -who hai leas,-, Cetatoe rl'rescnc e of iimid and couriigc u dis -::: ·:ke:nii b?': il ~ia n i r..ia: ·61 .:..rb.i: :·icl:· Ate. mlj;ef thini 'irmie~LSt pt~rojy!1cu:Sec-: ::::::5: ?:i:,,2. \ i:? :!··: 97' ·.( ·i' · : + '/:? Orido n:',:'. - Hive' no lrieniso al oyor slf.; Hod facithfulness anid sinerity' is lirst pi inciplos .-AGConik'cifs.: . SITe gric6tes(: fki"thi rin a i:...

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