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FOODS OF THE MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

FOODS pF THE MIND. We are conscious that the food of the body influences' the health of the mind, as when we Bay of some un suitable or. indigestible thing, "it has made me dull of mind, it has made me sad, it has made me irritable, or has in some other way affected my' equanimity." But we do not recog nise with like readiness and in the same way the effect of the foods of the mind on the mind and its health; nor is this remarkable, for the body feeds perceptibly, and by one stom ach alone, while the mind feeds im perceptibly toy five stomachs, by every sense, which is to it a veritable stomach, from and by which it re ceives its ailment, be that good or bad, and from and by which it is re newed and from day to day sustained. These foods of the mind entering the mental organisation, the camera nervosa, largely, if not altogether, j mould that organisation into set form, ; according to. its quality for moulding. They are so like the touch of the sculptor on the clay, that to a large ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. Sunday, June 7. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Church Services. Sunday, June 7. Church of England.—Mudgegonga 11, Waterloo 3, Myrtleford 7: Rev R. N. Morrison. Presbyterian.—Myrtleford 11, Eurobin 3. Rer. W. D. Anderson. Methodist.—Buffalo South 11, Buffalo North 3, Gapsted 7.30: Mr W. H. Mors ley. Myrtleford 7: Mr R. Cameron, of Beech worth.

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Accidents. Mrs Jas. Toner, of Waterloo, had - the misfortune to sustain a fracture of the left knee cap on Saturday last. After feeding a pet horse, she placed her hand on the animal's back, when it suddenly lashed out and kicked her on the leg. Peculiarly the leg with which the animal kicked was the only one on which it had been shod. Mrs Toner had the same leg in splints some years ago,- and it had been weak ever since. On Dr .Sutton's arrival he found Mrs Toner's kneecap broken, and he had the limb placed in splints. . The youngest son of Mr T. O'Callaghan, of Mudgegonga, was burned about the hip and thigh last Monday. It seems that the chil dren ignited a newspaper and tossed it in the air. Unfortunately it fell on the- youngest lad, and his night clothes took fire. Hearing cries, the boy's mother rushed in, and with great presence of mind crushed out the fire with her hands. Though she burnt her fingers in the attempt Mrs O'Callaghan extinguished the flames and prevented the fi...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation at Young Men's Club. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Presentation at Young Men's * Club. When-it became known that Mr ; Ei'' Peverill,. daccotintant at 'the' Na tional Bank, had received notice of transfer, and was leaving Myrtleford in a few days, several of the mem bers of the Young Men's Club, of 'which Mr Peverill was an active member, decided to recognise in a small way the services rendered by that gentleman. . At the conclusion of the com tmittee business on Thursday even ting,- ; the rPresident, (Mr J:;: P. M'Keogh) called the members * to •order. He announced the fact that . Mr Peverill had resigned the treasurership in consequence of his .departure, and in highly eulogistic terms spoke of the valuable services rendered by that gentleman both as . treasurer and as one of the honorary instructors. • His departure would be a loss .to the club, and his place would be hard to fill as satisfactorily '' as it had been. Rev. R. N. Morrison also added a few words. He alluded to the good work being done by the Y.M C., and to the part ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Rifle Shooting". . The.,following is the result of the shoot held by Light Horse Rifle Club for the valuable trophy donated by Mr G-. Ewart, the winner being W. Ryan. The condi tions were 10 shots rapid at 400 yardsand 10 independent at 500 yards :— W. Ryan ... 'J. Murray F. Croucher J. SI'Donald J. Carthew P. Pini ... J. Langshaw M. Ellen ... M. Moloney Gr. Parley... C. Carthew R. Macaulay A. Crameri 400 - 500 " ■h'c'p > t'tfl: 45 .. 45 .. sc ■ .. ( 90 41 , .. 33... .. • 8 . .. / :.82 3(3 . .. 19 v • .. 15 .. . 60 19 . 8 . .. 9 .. . 36 36 . .. 32 . .. 8 ' .. 76 27 ■. .. 36 ;. ..15 .. . 7.8 23' . .. 24 '. .. ; 9 .. . '56 27 ... .. 31 . :. ,9 ;. : 67 32 . .. 18 : .. is .. . Go 36 .. -hi ., .. 3 .'. . 76, 27 .. . :38 .. .. 5 . 70 35 .. .. 33 .. 2 . 70 30 , 38 .. .! 8 .. . 76

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

iu.i4m. JixiPwuHii minimi i miiwji wa—wmc wmaammacm Commonwealth ot HustraUS; HEAD OFFICE .SYDNEY. lfcb B*nk i. open for >11 d»m« of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS M 'EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLL1NS STREET, MELBOURNE AJ»o at Sydney, iCanberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Rrinbane, Kockhampton, Townsville, and IxradOM. Cable remittances made lo, and drafts drawn on foreign place* direct.' Foreign bills negotiated a«4 collected. Letters; of credit issued to any part of the world. Hills negotiated or forwarded far collation. Bankin-,' and Kxdhan^e Hu»ine(is of every description transacted within the Commoi weaii.'i. United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. Advances made afainit approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 31? OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the ahore cities and 2,000 Agronoion at Post OfBcss throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from I/- to £300. Interest At 37. par annum. Deposits or Withdrawals reay b...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Reported Rich Mineral Deposit. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Reported Rich Mineral De posit. Recently an application was made . at Bright for a lease for the purpose of mining for ;; " molybdenum." •Much curiosity was excited in re ference to the lease. It now trans pires that Mr Harry Roach, the ap plicant, who comes from Mt. Lyell, Tasmania, while.on a holiday came •across the lode, and having had ex perience in metals, knew its char acter at a glance. At that time molybdenite or wolfram was of little commercial value. Recently, how ever, it has jumped into prominence being quoted at ^600 a ton. and it was then he thought of this present proposition. After prospecting for a week or two, Mr. Roach located eight distinct reefs, at Simmon's Gap, on Dingey's track, in the Snowy creek locality, where the slate couutry comes in contact with the granite. They vary from 12in to 3ft in width, and "one reef has been traced for over half a mile in extent. Assays have given results up to 70. per cent, moly bdenite, in addition to a good' percentage of ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6. The Commonwealth Government has. just arranged a contxact with Zwar Bros and;Co. , of the Beech worth tannery, for the supply - of ^5000 worth of harness leather. :Peter Irwin and Harold Terret, driver and fireman respectively of the Temora mail, which collided With a goods train at Exeter on 13th March, have been discharged from the N.S.W., railway service. Since tiie accident Irwin has not been on duty, but Terret was reinstated after the inquest. Irwin states that he was not guilty of any careless ness or neglect of duty. He told the' truth about everything. He did .not expect anything half so drastic as dismissal. Irwin has a wife and= six children. ROBERTSONS Economy Store, MYRTLEFORD. Having made Extensive 'Improvements in Diraperj? Department, I AM NOW OPENING UP NEW WINTER GOODS. A Splendid Assortment of Dress Goods9 Fano^ &z Plain F1 a. n n e 1 ette s Ladies' and Girls' Ready-to-wear Hats The ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Ovens Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Oveps ¥aSe» From our Correspondent. The annual custom of celebrating Empire Day was carried out with, much eclat at the local school, when the proceedings were of a patriotic nature and were enthusiastically entered into. Delays are sometimes dangerous. I would commend this aphorism to the attention of onr civic fathers, owing to their apparent disinclina tion to remove the overhanging limbs from trees on the Myrtleford to Bright road. Nuf sed. Does Myrtleford boast of an In spector of Nuisances ? If so, who is-and where is he ? These ques tions are prompted by the appar ently wilful negligence of stock owners to quarter their animals within a desired territory in prefer ence to allowing them to wander at largev: to the annoyance of rate payers who avoid participating in such a wretched practice. The lin-kettling brigade were , . conspicuously absent on the _ occa sion of Mr M'G-uire's return from . his honeymoon. However, he was welcomed home in a true social spirit by relatives an...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, ne^er fails, 1/6. Compared with Ma3r, 1913, the net State revenue returns for last month showed a decrease of ,£7,337. A witness at Brighton, when asked what his Christian name was, replied "J.P." He said he did not kno n what it stood for, but from his birth his father had called him " J.P." nothing more and nothing less—and had him christened so. An action has been commenced in the Melbourne Supreme Court by Clifford Dunk, constable of police, ggainst George Bird Good, fDr al leged libels published in defendant's newspaper, the Kilmore Adver tiser," reflecting upon his conduct as constable. Constables T. McDonnell and E. O'Donnell have been found guilty of perjury in Sydney, and sentenced to nine . months' imprisonment. About 200 constables have met since and decided to ask for an inquiry under the Criminal Appeals Act. They are defraying the cost of such action and are also providing for the wives and families of the con victed ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Dredging Returns. The returns from the various dredges in the Beechworth mining district, for quarter ending 31st March are as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Dredging Returns. • The: returns from the various dredges in the Beechwoith mining district, for quarter ending 31st March are as follows : ■ ' • ' ozs : .dirt; Argo Gold Dredging. ' 308 16 Briseis Tin and General, No. 1 230 0 • „ No. 2 2S0 ' 0 „ ■ (jNo. 3 309 0 Melburnian ... No. 4 795 6. 11 13 Wandiligong, No. 1 ... ... 1SS 10 Wandiligong, No. 2 ... ... 371 " 0 Mvrtleford Syndicate ... 134 9 Reform ... ... ... .32 : 0 Buck land River ... 235. 7 Buffalo Star ... ... 466 9 ' Altona ... ... ... 125 4 Bueklaad Star ... ... 23S 0 Confidence ... ... 266 .16 Enterprise ... ...... ' ... 255 18 Excelsior ... ... ... 161 •6 Juncti®n, No. 1 ... ... 205 19 . Junction. No. 2 ... 323 11 Kia-Ora ... . ... • ... 194 4 Maori Queen,' No 1 ... ... 386 3 Maori Queen, No 2 ... ... ■..■67:. 3 Morse's Creek ... ... 171 13 Ovens Valley ... ..... 324 I Porepunkah .... ... .305 4 Reliance, No 1 ... .... 4S2 ' S "Reliance, No 2 ... ... 269 4 Racecourse , ... ... 677 1 -Tewkesbury A oialgainated, No 1 193 0 ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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MINING. The following dredging returns are reported to Friday last: [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

tBMOafrW-" MINING. The following dredging returns are reported to Friday last:— ^ Bright Star...... 18# BucklandStar...,..vv....<. 16 ,J Harrietville Star 28££ r; 'Junction1.,32% Maori Queen, No. 1 ...... 21$ Maori Queen No. 2 ...... 19 ■ Porepunkah ............ - Racecourse t i 20'' ' -iWandiligbng No. 1....... 24 ' Wandiligong No 2 ....„ <7%. The Btickland, Harrtetville and , Bright goldfield produced 7230 ozs. 10 dwts. of gold for the quarter end ing 31st March, 1914, and paid in dividends ,£4267 10/. t A Melbourne company has taken Up a; large area near Beechworth for a slate qurrry, and four men are now employed :< getting cut slate sjlabs,. . The first consignment for .jVIelbounie will leave the Beechworth railway station this week.

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Forgery and False Pretences. MOUNT BUFFALO CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

Forgery and False Pretences. Mount Buffalo Cases. At the Beecnworth General Ses sions on Thursday last, before Judge Box, James- Thomas Gleeson,, the youth particulars of whose doings ■ were given some time'back, pleaded guilty to two charges . of forgery and two charges of false pretences, at Mt. Buffalo and Bright. His Honor, in. passing sentence, said-he' had had a considerable doubt about Gleeson's 'case, and had read his. statement. Prisoner used as an argument for mercy that His Honor should . consider the disgrace he had brought on h;s fa mily, his father being a well-known man. He should have thought of those things before. He. (His Honor) had made up his mind, and tlie real reason he inflicted a merciful sentence was on account of his youth and the fact that nearly all the crimes which he had pleaded guilty to and was suffering imprison ment for were committed at the same time and nearly all on the same excursion. On the first pre sentment of false pretences prisoner . woul...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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I. O. R. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

■aig.^.livXljmsnrnwxfir^lirrM^r-ir-r.n-i I. O. R. 7 ' J } - IU . • The quarterly meeting of Pride of Myrtleford Tent was held on .Fri day evening last in the* Rechabite Hall, P.C.R., Bro. J. Mummery presiding over a good attendance of members. , Officers for the ensuing term were elected as follows :—C.R., Sis. Ruby Mummery; D.R., Bro. W. Dough erty ; secretary, Bro. C. J. Whit bur.on (re-elected); treasurer, Bro J. Willoughby (re-elected); M.S., Sis. Ida Onley ; W.S., Sis. Ruby Drew; Iyevite, Bro. C. Teakel; Guard, Bro. M. Ellen ; Auditors, Bros' Morsley and Roy M'Donald; Juven ile Superintendents, Bros. Ron. M'Donald, C. J. Whitbonrn, C. Teakel, W. Dougherty, Sis. R. Drew. Bro J. Clancy was elected Representative- to the Annual Con ference, and in thanking the mem bers for the honor said he would al ways do his best for the Tent, which had done an immense amount of good in Myrtleford. The above officers were installed in their positions by P.C.R. Bro. Ron. M'Donald. • Bro. Clancy ...

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HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

HABIT. Habit in a person is at first like a spider's web; if neglected it be comes a thread of twine; next, a cord of rope; finally, a cable —> then who can break it? There are habits contracted by bad example, or many other ways, before we hare judgment j to dis6ern their approaches, or be cause the eye of reason is laid asleep. Coleridge, one of the finest poets of his time, battled for twenty years before he could emancipate him self from his tyrant, opium. He hired a man to watch him day and night, and keep him by force from touching the pernicious drug. He formed re solution after resolution. Yet, during all the best years of his life, he wast ed his substance and. his health, ne glected his family, lived accursed be cause he had no resolution to ab stain. He would even lay plans to cheat the man whom he had paid to keep the drug from him. His case is an extreme one, yet, how often we see men bound so firmly by the chain of strong drink, that they make shipwreck of themselve...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Lost Explorer. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

A Lost Explorer. With the enthusiasm of prospective imllipnaires, three well known gentlemen set out from Bright on Thursday morning in order to gain some information regard ing the new molybdenite discovery. It is stated that only two at first intended mak ing the trip, but coming across a well known legal luminary who proferred his services as a reliable bushman, the party increased to three and set out with the full intention of obtaining stable information regarding future developments in connection with this valuable production. Eeliable authorities state that the party arrived safely at the find, and thereupon set out upon a tour of inspection for themselves. In the course of their wanderings the members of the party became separated, and nothing was noticed until the experienced bushman was re ported as missing. The remaining mem bers of the party, realising the situation, immediately started as a united search party in quest of the missing member. Darkness came upon the scen...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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THINK OF THIS. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

THINK OF THIS. The tiest we can do is the least that should be expected of us. It is better to know too little than to know a lot that isn't true. Making both ends meet is not quite enough; they should lap oyer a bit. Take time to think. Do not move aimlessly around like a fly with its head off. If you know that you are right, it does not matter whether anybody else knows it or not. Life is like a penny-in-the-slot ma chine. If we put nothing into it, most assuredly we will get nothing out of it.

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

I FOOTBALL. Football advanced another stage ! on Saturday, when Bright and Har.-.'j rietville met on the. local reserve. • There was a fair attendance of spec tators, and supporters of both teams and the visitors were confident of j success. Bright played several { juniors, many of whom acquitted I themselves well and won their spurs, j The result was rather an easy win for ! Bright, who scored 11 goals 12 be- • hinds to Harrietville's 5 goals 4 be- j hinds. Naturally local supporters i are pleased with success, and when j the full strength of the team get to- ; gether they should put up a good j fight. Secretary Talbot is doing his i best to arouse enthusiasm, and is !. deserving of every support. j Wandiligoug's victory over Pore- | punkah was not altogether ur^ex- j pected, but it was not anticipated | locally that there would be such a j large margin of points between themr j when the bell rang. Welch gave general satisfaction as umpire at Bright, as did Ford at Porepunkah. Ther...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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LIME FOR THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

LIME FOR THE SOIL. The nature of the lime used de pends upon the purpose for which it is required. Lime is applied to the soil for the following objects:—(a) To lighten heavy clays; (b) to sweet en sour soils; (c) to supply plant lood. In the first case, either unslacked lime (powdered quicklime), or quite freshly slacked lime is the most ef fective, the action on the clay being both of a mechanical and chemical nature, breaking up the colloidal clay particles when the lime is slacked in contact with the clay. Slacked lime is much less effective, as the action is only a mechanical one, as there is no combination ^pf the lime with the silicates of the clay. , While waiting for something to turn up it -would be wise to get the plough ready for turning something up. "I am thinking of touring in South Africa next season," remarked the comedian. "Take my advice and don't," replied the villain. "An ostrich egg weighs from two to three pounds."

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Football. MELBOURNE MATCHES. The premiership matches in Melbourne on Saturday resulted as follows:—League. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 4 June 1914

pootjh^tjo MELBOURNE MATCHES. The premiership matches in if el bourne on Saturday resulted as follows;— Leagus. S. Melbourne 5.13 beat Essendon 5.11. St. Kilda 12.10 beat Collingwood 5.14. Fitzroy 6.4 beat Geelong 4.S. Carlton 13.19 beat Melbourne 5.9. Richmond 16.14 beat University 5.6. Association. Port Melbourne 13.14 beat Brighton 5.14 Pootscray 10.18 beat Northcote 3.2. Brunswick 17.14 beat Hawthorn 8.12. N. Melbourne 8.14 beat Wilhamstown8.9 Essendon 9.9 beat Prahran S.9.

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