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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Mining Notes. Following dredging returns have been reported for the week ended Friday last: OZ3 Bufikland River 21 Junotion 50# Maori Queen .. 48Ji Ovens Valley (fortnight) ... 31 Porepunkah 18 The main tunnel at the Monarch, Harrietville, has now been extended a distance of 565 ft. Small quartz leaders are coming in, and a little water is also making in the face. At the 170ft. level opening out operations are being carried on, and stone is being broken from a reef 2ft wide giving values equal to 40/. Fine returns were obtained last week by the Junotion and Maori Queen dredges. The former won 503 oz. and the latter i&U oz. The fortnightly yield from the Ovoiib Valley was 31Vioz. The Maori Queen Dredging Co., which has been operating with their plant on land seoured from Mr J. Bunn, on the Harrietville road, is making a great success with the re-soiling of the land. Only the dijedging rights to the ground were secured, and naturally the owner is taking all sorts of oare that ...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Anzac Day. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Anzac Day. AKZAC DAY was commemorated at All Saints' Church, Bright by a celebration of the Holy Communion at 8 a m , and by a patriotic service in the evening. This service commenced by the singing of the National Anthem, and " God Bless our splendid men" and the hymn Oh God our help in ages past. Shortened evensong was then said, and the hymn for absent friends, 595, sang. Then an impreB6ive ?dries of war prayers, asking God's help for our King and all our rulers; for'our men fighting our battles by land or sea or air, for the sick and wounded, and all who attend on Ihem; for the auxious and bereaved, especially those bereaved through the landing at Gallipoli; for the deso lated peopleB of Belgium, and Armenia, and then thanksgiving for courugo and loyalty, the measure of success we have achieved, for the self-sacrificing work on behalf of our men, thanks also for the brave and faithful dead ; especially those who paid the toll of the great sacrifice at Gallipoli, and a prayer tha...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Masonic Installation. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Masonic Installation. THE installation of Bro. M. Stewart as W.M. of Unity Lodge, Bright, and in vestiture of his officers, took place at Victoria Hall on Wednesday evening. There was a large attendance of the brethren, and the ceremony was per formed by Past Masters from the Wan garatta Lodge of St John. Bro Stewart's officers were invested as follows :-I.P.M , W. Bro. T. W. Power ; S.W.. Bro. A. J. Showers; J.W., Bro. H. Wallace ; Chap lain, Bro. I. G. Sloan ; Treasurer, Bro. F. Trautsen; Secretary, Bro. R. K. Troon; D.C., w. Bro. J. H. jones ; S.D. Bro. B. Kayner-j J.D , Bro. J. A. Cornish ; I.G., Bro. L. S. L. Renouf; Organist, W. Bro. j S. H.-Walker; S.S , Bio. C. G.Wil liams; J.W., Bro. W. Williams ; T., Bro. I T. Fulton> At the conclusion of the ceremony, a banquet was held. An excellent repast had been prepared by Bro. P. W. Sum ner, of the Alpine Hotel, and his as sistants. The newly installed W.M. (Bro. M. Stewart) presided, and was supported by visiting brethren. Justi...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Save your Sliver and it will turn into Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Save your Sliver and it will turn into Gold. SEVENTEEN and sixpence saved DOW whether In one Bum or by means of the Bitiiple sixpence, will be worth £1 to you ia three years, if invested in War Savings Stamps and CeHificaten. By making patriotism profitable, England has enlisted an army of thrift and launched the greatest of all campaigns of conservation. What England has done, we in Australia, bleBsed with high wages and salaries, can ia our turn also do successful y. A democracy of savings has been created which is one of the marvels of the war. Jhexjrusade with its intimate and illumina ting lesson in investments for the average man and womnn.is of significance to every country-but" most of all to' us hero in Australia, to whom the result of the war means BO much. In normal and pre-war times, to associate thrift with the average wage earner was almost to conceive a miracle. Of course there are always exceptions. Wo should make it our aim now to be all exceptions. We are all too r...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Concerning People. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Concerning People. PRIOR to leaving the district last week on an extended holiday, the Rev. L. E. Egan-Lee was presented by his many admirers with a substantial sum of money in recognition of the good work he has performed in the Methodist Church during his residence here. Iu making the presentation, Mr F. Mitchell re ferred to the amount of good done by the rev. gentleman, and trusted when he again returned he would be com pletely restored to health. The Rev. Mr. L,ee, who was greatly taken by surprise, briefly thanked those friends for their kind gift, and the many expressions of goodwill that had been made to him that evening. Miss Toohey, a junior teacher on the .taff of the Wandiligong school, has been transferred to Wangaratta.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Bright Shire Volunteers. Men who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Men who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. WE give below the list of those residents who are either fighting or on their way to fight for the Empire and freedom, to gether with those who are natives of the district but at the time of their enlistment were residing in other parts of the State Also a list of those heroes who have fallen in their country's cause : Died from Illness Ray M'LiCau (WandiligoDg) G- I). Keilloil(Harriotvilie) A. T. Brisgs (IVvongr.) Killed in Action. F. St. Metcalfe (Bright) II. Honeychurcll (Wandiligong) G M'lVeil (Lower Bnck'md) A- Murray (Freeburgh) XV. A. V. MiilifS ( triglit) C. Pool (Pro burgh) A S. Attridjie (Wnndiligorg) | C. Uartlll'W (. UPi>y Valley) T Pattoil . Buffalo Ri»er) T. Willoiichby (Wyrtleford) N. ICothcry (Myrileford) J. It. Shalbers (Blight) Alex Doll (Harrietvillf) Joe Gribble (Wandiligong) A .Johnston (Bright) II. George (Bright) T 4'. Grenness (Hsrrietville) A. E. JcssilW (1'orepunkah) II. Pople (Bright) J M'Hoiiald (Ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

PUBLISHED YERY FRIDAY MORNING AT BBIGHT. THE LEADING MINING .. JOURNAL 0F THE NORTH-EAST Another Mother praises REXONA . "I have been using Rexona for my babv." writes Mrs. E. Hughes, "Stanley,* Dotielas Street. Armidale. " He had the Hives so bad and was so fretful he could hardly sleep at night. 1 tried several things lor him, and nothing "seemed to do him any good, and as a last resource 1 tried Rexona, and am delighted to saj that it at once helped hinC and a tew applications entirely cured the Hives. "Rexona is now a Family Remedy with us, we all use it. Last winter my hands were so sore and cracked I .carcely knew what to do, but Rexona soon fixed them alright. We also use Rexona Soap, too, and, like Rexona, iind it most excellent, especially lor baby. " We will always recommend Rexona to all our friends." REXONA The Mother's Favourite of O, THE; RAPID HEALER j . rl: j rr\- . cvv* T.y ? r'r - is. e. Cash Storekeeper ami Sews A°fent, OfDOilte Station, POREPUNKAH f Hb= on P-'. *...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

MICHAEL P. RYAN, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. -Will visit BRIGHT every fortnight in future. . May be 6een at Star Hotel. Date of.next Visit-7tli and 8tli May. AHERN & IVi'SWIMEY Barristers and Solicitors, .REID STREET, WaNGARATXA Mr;.M'Swiney, Commissioner tor New 3 *j-.. ? South Wales. ,* Trust and other Moneys to Lend. ^DENTISTRY. G/A*. Payne, L.DiS., Dentist CP rinntipllv (Recorded By Dontal . El uunneiiy Board of Victoria.) oi Murphy-Street, WANGARATTa, WILL visit Bright and Myrtleford every second week, and may be consulted at Mrs. Abraham's Stai Hotel.-DATE OF NEXT VISIT: BRIGHT, Monday, 12th March, from i p.m. to 9 p.m. ;;all day on Tuesday, J J. P. FLANAGAN 43 8 EIizabeth-st., MELBOURNE Cash Kuycr of Walnuts & Soft-Shelled Almoixls Best Quality only. 1VJO Cartage, Commission or other de _L\ ductions charged. All prices re turned are nett, delivered at Spencer street. I return cash on recoiptof gocds. Quotations promptly returned on rcceipt \ of samples. ANN...

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About Our Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

About Our Soldiers. W. WALSH, of Harrietville, was success ful in passing the medical teat in Wan garatta last wee!c for active Bervice abroad. Amongst the volunteers recently accep ted for service in tbe engineer, mining, and other corps, is Mr J. O'Sullivan, who for many years has ocoupied the position as looal manager for Messrs Crawford and Coy. During the whole of'the time Mr O'Sullivan has filled tho - position, he has discharged his duties in a manner lhathaB won admiration from all. He has been a faithful servant, and all through he has always placed the welfare of his employers before other,considera tions. We join with Mr O'Sullivan's many friends in wishing him overy success while doing duty for the Empire, and a safe and speedy return to his native land. Private E. W. Carlile, formerly of Eurobin, has been ii va'.idod from Eng land, and has returned home. He has been on light duties with the army abroad for some months. Mr VV. H..Gribble, Ben, of Wandiligong, received a ...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A little dry mustard rubbed 011 the hands will remove the smell of fish from them. .. To remove dirt from white paint use the water in which two or three onions have been boiled Add a pinch of" salt to apples to | make them tender. They will cook in .less time and will taste better. To prevent.eggs from bursting while boiling, prick one end with a needle before placing in the water. When making a mustard plaster mix with it the white of an egg; this will prevent the plaster from causing a blister. Two potatoes grated together in a basin of warm water are excellent for washing delicate silk, flannel, or wool len goods. When making pastry a little lemon juice added to the water will make it lighter and take all the taste of the lard away. A bowl of vinegar and water placed beside the stove will prevent the Bniell of cooking from spreading through the house. ~ If a piece of bread tied in a piece of muslin is dropped into water in which greens are being boiled it will a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

BUSINESS NOTICES We're n< road to Stern Winter Make your preparations .mow to resist the Here are several Ikes that will help-all priced within your means Gabardine Coats LADIES! If you waut a... Coat for the Winter look down this liBt. Coats for Ladiee aud Maids-and tbey are priced to suit the times. © Ladies1 Fawn Gabardine Coats, button to neck, Btrap at sides, and pocket ->-- 21/ Ladies' Fawn Waterproof Coats, step collar, belt and strap on sleeves 27/6 Ladies' Fawn Gabardine Coata, strap on shoulder, rolled collar, Raglan sleeves - 30/ Ladies' Fawn (gabardine Coats, flap pockets, step collar and Raglan sleeveB 80/ LadieH1 Green shade Rainproof Coats, straps and buckle at side, sailor collar, J-length- 80/ Ladies' Green shade Gabardine Coats, fancy button, rolled collar, Raglan sleeves - 30/ Girls' Fawn and Gr°.en Gabardine - Coats, stitched pockets and Prussian, collars J Sin. --9/6 21in. ' 10/6 24in. 32/6 27in. 38/6 80in. 1 35/6 Maids' Fawn Gabardine Coats, belt ...

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Rich Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Rich Discovery. Two of the district's most consistent prospectors (Messrs T. Hall and R. Howard) have unoarthed an exceedingly rich reef at the Black Hole, Harrietville, two miles south of the Monarch mine. The reef has so far been sunk on for a distance of 30ft., and tbd atone broken from it is said to be of exceptional value. It varies in width up to 2ft. An option was secured over the show by Messrs Byron Moore, Day and party, and repre -senlatives from this firm will visit the mice to-morrow (Saturday). There are a'sy others holding an interest in the property. It is hoped that the owners will be amply repaid for their persistency, md that the good opinions formed of the find be justified in every sense of the term. For Chroaio Ohesfc Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, la. Cd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

T&e Phoenix insures CROPS and STACKS against damage bv FIRE . a*3 Crops against damage by HAIL STONES. "Hb'b not what you call strictly kantlsoiuc," said the major, beaming through his eyeglasses on an utterly WdeotiB baby, as he lay howling in hts rnothsr's arms; "but it's the kind --v~ face that grows on you." ;it's not the kind of face that ever grew on you." was the indignant and unexpected reply of the mother. "You ?weuld bo batter looking if it had." Of the 10,000,000 women in Italy, *iont 2,600,000 are employed in indus trial labor, and over 3,000,000 in agri caltura. The Union Trustee Co. of Australia Limited HBAD OFFICE: 333 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. AIbo in Sydney and Bviabane. For teras or any other information cob:erRing the company, please call «r 'write. SAML: COOKE, Manager. POULTRY WANTED-HYLANDS Hyland's buy DucKJngs, Chicken*, Turkeys at per lb. live wHffht. Hyland's pay Top Prices ror Old HP.m, ajrr broed. Hyland'8 save you commission und enrtage, crate Rent...

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MR. MOLONEY'S APPEAL FELLOW ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

MR. MOLONEY'S APPEAL:'. FELLOE ELECTORS. ! To-morrow you will be i a hand in the selection of repressfe^l ; for the next Parliament. Oa £j|||i | hand you have the Australm ||||l Party, which has never ciiaugedtof|lp or its principles during tlie 2gl|| since it has been a force in ibtp^S of this country. This Parly d23pliv three years of office (1910-13) M§ legislative record that standsi»-t tneut to its administrative ' After its re-electiou to attics IMS,; end of 1914, itjshouldered tu; c?[r. . of conducting Australia's part terrible war, and was eqnippiEJ >; troops in a manner that won fcj tralia the admiration of the moi- - The Australian Labor Party, if >~i to power to-morrow, pledges i?': . place the war in the forefront cl;;. gramme, and to re-enter it alongU;:. - j that pioved so successful during-r and a half years of office «? October, It also pledges itselfp'-j ate the red tape from the HtU'--. partmant, and to see that jiWM<;. to soldiers and their -. : g...

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HOW TO PLEASE A WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

HOW TO PLEASE A WOMAN. Joir.c men don't require to be told. The art comes natural to them, and they understand, how to please by in tuition. But others-and these tjie greater number-must learn in tie school of experience. If you would please a -woman you cannot be too careful about little - things. It is just _ilie seeming .insig- _ nificaut trifles that mean so. much to - her. A glance, a single word, a- sigh, - a movement, may repel or charm. A woman may not' be able to analyse very deeply or say precisely where ! the jar comes in, but she is deeply i sensitive to the. signiflcance of the ; Jittie tilings. The small attentions : awl civilities of life olease. A eare I less or perfunctory bow, a neglect to j choose the road side when walking j witli lier, a failure in attention when ; she. speaks, may alter her whole opiix- ? i ion of you. j A woman likes the sense of being ' j taken care of, and if you look after her little creature comforts you are on the right road to her heart....

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The Great Issue. FROM A NATIONAL STANDP[?] [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

The GreatlssuTl FROM A NATIONAL STANDpJ. IH tlia political world the current,!.' is swiftly bearing U9 towards a event in our history. As we ils"£i along immediately Hheid of ua *e!£v channel of our course '1 ivided-fn»r(vi right handcourBe and tholeft. Oaiv-'* treme right are those win dranot-V'i ted by what is immediately atoacjI'. Their vision is wider and dears'."" in that of those who cannot seeVS mean, narrow partv and self's a>nal interests, or, r»th*r, what ts.j.'i t, 1 be aucli. Looking into the 0J!". J; know what we own to the En};.r Great Britain. They know that.Vj^' through its life has been the for-the petted child-,-md ara accordingly (who has ever known >."' crate that was worth owning as atr'. Viewing the present they realises:.' transpiring in Europe and vrhasit-^ to ub, what the Empire stands mi,, the armies of the Allies includi:',' own brave men. They und;rsUj.{ appreciate the bloody travail (Vj have gone through for out si's;i them Belgium's heroic sacrifi...

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A PERPETUAL SMOKER. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

A PERPETUAL SMOKER.* The happiest tobacco-smoker in England has permanent quarters in a West-end tobacconist's shop. He smokes all day without ceasing, ex cept to take in his lips a refilled pipe. He can smoke any mixture, any pipe. He knows nothing of burnt tongue, -smoker's - nerves, smoker's heart, and .smokers vision. Ho has, indeed, no -tongue, nerves, lieart, or vision to ,,worry about. The happy smoker is a clever and rather mirthful invention of his to bacconist owner. All smokers know -how unpleasant are the first few smokes of a new pipe, until it is "broken in." The happy smoker is a mechanical "breaker-iu" of custom ers' new. pipes. His, facial features are merely an electrfc switch and a .pair of rubber Hps. He is, in fact, only an oxidised plate, about the size .of.a dcor-plate, on the wall of the to bacconist's shop. "I hate new pipes," says a customer. "That's soon remedied," says the to bacconist. He charges the new pipe with tobacco, hands it to an assist ant, says...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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IN OTHER PLACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

IN OTHER PLACKS. Mr Moloney addressed a good atten dance of electors at Porepunkah on Mon day afternoon, and was accorded an attentive hearing. At seven o'clock the M.U. Hall at Wandiligong was filled when Mr Moloney outlined the policy of his party on similar lines to that reported above. Mr Moloney said a rumour had been circulated to the effect that he had forwarded a cheque for £10 to Mr W. H. Gribble, jun., for organising pur poses. He had never given one penny to organisers. The alleged cheque was said to have been received by Mr W. H. Gribble, sen. Mr Gribble, who wag pre sent, said Mr Moloney's explanation was correct. A letter addressed to Mr W. H Gribble, had been opened by him by mistake, but the contents had no bearing whatever on the rumor being circulated. Mr Moloney's remarks were frequently applauded, and he was accorded a hearty vote of thanks at the conclusion. No questions were asked. On Tuesday morning Mr Moloney met a few friends at Freeburghr and at If a.m., ad...

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Distressed Circumstances. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Distressed Circumstances. j lu the affairs of life circumstances j are apt to take charge. Sometimes we are victims to the frown of For tune; at others pain afflicts us and ' hampers our efforts. Yet are we men and born to struggle. Intelligence must aid us to grapple with circum stances, and to endeavor to ward off Fortune's and Nature's blows. Many people go through life handicapped by suffering from common ailments such as rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia, backache, sciatica, blood | disorders, anaemia, indigestion, bil iousness, jaundice, sick-headache, general debility, gravel, stone and bladder troubles. These people are unaware that their suffering may be due to the retention in the blood of uric and biliary poisons, owing to in efficient action of the kidneys and liver, the organs whose function is to remove such poisons from the system, and that, if the kidneys and liver were restored to health and ac tivity, the pain would necessarily cease. The reason why Warner'6 Saf...

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Federal Politics. MR P.J. MOLONEY AT BRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 4 May 1917

Federal Politics. MBP.J.M0;,0:VEY AT BRIGHT. THE selected Labor candidate for Indi, |g- jjr p. J. Moloney, addressed a crowded §? nj.eiingof residents from all parti of e|iH £| district Victoria Hall on Monday M twiiBg J«t. The chair »».» oooupiad by |f Councillor G. ft. AdmIis'ii, presidaot of ?f tbe Shire, who bri.ifly introduced the v< ' speaker. tf Afr Moloney, who wis roceived with S' applause, said lie was vtry pleased indeed for the opportunity 'of adlressing the ?i? electors at Bright. Ho hid spoken at | 3 four meetings durin,' tkn day, and h« ;f trusted they would he patient with him $ as be was feeling the effects of the strain, -f Proceeding. Mr Moloney said bo now ;f stood before the electors ir precisely the *?? same position as when they elected feim He was associated with a party that, j came into existence 27 years ago, and V had not deviated from the principles then f isiddore-n. (Applause). Notwithstanding i (lie recent deserters from the raales-and ; th...

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