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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
For Chronic Chest Complaints, - -Woode' Great Peppermint Cure, is Gd THE EMPTY CRADLE. Babies are Australia's best Immi grants. In many homes baby does net appear, greatly to the disappointmont and sorrow of husband and wife. A book on.this matter contains valuable in formation and advice. Copy free, 2d sent for postage. Address: Department A.K.K. "Natura" Health Co. (Mrs Clif ford, Supt.), 49 Elizabeth street, Mel bourne. "TURKISH ROSE" is 'the most perfect skin food ever offered to the Australian public. It tones up and feeds the tissues and nerves of the face in the most natural way and positively does not produce hair. One jar will transform the worst skin, giving a fine complexion and a beautiful soft skin. "Turkish Rose" has an established Con tinental reputation. In Jars, 2s 6d, pos tage 4d extra. "NATURA" HEALTH CO. Melbourne. Obstinate Constipation OVERCOME BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Mits. Edith Kelly, of 179 Canning st.,. Carl'oon, Melbourne, writes: "HIIav:ng tried...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST (By, "Rusticus.") To establish a breed of wheat that will grow' threu gralis -lor every two pruduc-i d by the present best variety is an , ach:eveonen of no meau tin .iir to Vicoria. That is the stage at which the efforts of Mr. Rich ardson, Agricultural Superintendent, to doubei tho State's yield are said to be at presesit. In the decade 1900 1910 Victoria produced an average of 9.66 bushels to the acre. In 1911 the average *was 14.52, .in 1912 it fell to 90.5; but in 1913 recovered to 12.58. The average of the last har vest reached 12.81. Of course the average yield from season to season de pends so much upon the rainfall that these figures are not a true test of raising of a standard. Never theless, it is an established fact that with modern improvements the yield of wheat can be increased, just as the :nilk yield of cows can be enhanced' through scientific selection and breed iig a.id proper feeding and housing. Mr. Richardson holds that no reason exists why Vi...
MAJESTIC PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
i MAJESTIC PICTURES. There were good houses at Hardy's Majestic Pictures in the Mechanics' Hall on Friday and Saturday nights last. The show is well managed and the pictures first-rate. Among the most attractive last week were In the shadow of the mountains, Bunny as a reporter, The late Mr Jones, but the programme -was so long and varied that if would take a long time to describe it. To-night and to-morrow night an en tirely new lot of pictures will be shown, the star picture being entitled A Face from the Past, which had had a remark able run in the metropolitan theatres. Altogether 9000ft of films will be shown - and as the programme is lengthy a start will be made punctually at 8 p.m.
SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. Bairnsdale, May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
SPECIAL SHEEP SALE. Bairnedale, May 20 Messrs A. Macarthur and Co. report; -We held our usual monthly special sale of sheep on the above date, when we submitted 10,707 sheep to a very large attendance of local and ou'side buyers from all parts of Gippsland, Goulbourn Valley, and the North, and sold 10,500. The outstanding feature of the sale was the nice quahlity of the yarding, the weaner section being except. ionally good. The sale opened to brisk competition which continued throughout the sale at a good ris, in values. Out side buyers operated-freely and secured the majority. Following were the prin cipal sales :-On account L. Finney, " Calegero," 1006 xbred and cmbk. ewes, 2, 4 and 6-tooth, 201, 312 4-year-old cmbk. and merino ewes, in low condition, 103. 11d.; 150 aged ewes, 73. 6d.; Geo. Clothier, 120 nice ewes, 21s. 6d., Boyca and Beckley, 170 2-tooth cmbk, ewes, good condition, 193., L. Caughey, 4, 6 and 8-tooth cmbk. ewes, 15s. 9d., 196 xbred ewes, same age, 18s. 2d.; W. Co...
RAILWAY BRIDGE AND TERMINUS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
RAILWAY BRIDGE AND TERMINUS. As will be gathered from the re port of the shire president there is. not much chance of having the railway carried over the :Sonowy River into Orbost unless the Shire is prepared to subsidise the work to a very large extent:. The cost of a dual'purpose bridge.Ais esti mated at £18,ooo ahd :of one for railway purposes only at £in,oo. At lirst sight it would appear to be' - a fair thing if the Shire found the' extra £3,000 as the railway con struction branchi will have to .pay the other.£m5,o00oo sooner or later. But the fact is that the Standin'ig Committee refused to sanction" the expenditure of this [15,o00o .and only allowed for the line being: carried as far as Newmerella. -It is now suggested that the 'Council and Country Roads Board should pay half the cost, of the, bridge, £9,000, wvhicli might niean'" that. - the Shire would have to pay .,£6,750." It may wellbe asked w?lere it is': going to lind thd? money anid in aniy case, when a traffic bridge...
The Saunders Memorial. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
The Saunders Memorial. T ?E relatives of the late Arthur Scott Saunders hereby desire to express their grateful appreciation of the kind ness shown by the Parishioners in the erection of the memorial. pulpit in St. James' Church of England, Orbost. THE O- \ PuLISuiEDn AT OstBOST EvEtR FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MAY 29.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
Su'stain inF of - Is amnp;; verified by capeabe a.u~thr :8o Sa Mig cA riwi'. LTfl., COR AND S U I'I>L 1 I OUIJS E 1' O Aci'a~.di Water M~aiiu facturers, MIotel ::capers, Bakers, anti Beresuewmcit Fooins. Correspondence Invited on All -Ar'.,'13s used in the ab~ove trades. Note Address aD4 FLIR:DEBS STREET, MELBOURNE. ITADATIO PLJ.MAN~EI1TLY CUIIFA ekd land KldneyTroableii ' rure l'Jicers Iintcen~le- ron'rs.s S:8 cod pj0 per botht Com tale .ed Scren. S. A. PALMER, 94S FLINDERS LANE, MEL BOURNE. FOOTBALL ACCESSORIES ARE BEST BOUGHT HERE! HARTLEY BROS.; the Victorian Sport lag Centre, Supplies the .EST FOOT BALLS at the Lowest Possible Prices. Club . SecretarIes and P'layers Should Write for Our Catalogue. FOOTBALLS. Hartley Special X .. ... ... .. 14/6 Hartley Special .... .. ...... 13/6 Hartley Selected.. ........ 10/6 1Hartley Match II. .. ..... 0/8/i Sherrrin's .. .. ... ... ... ... .. 15/6 Fordhai's .... .......... 15/6 Don's Veribest. ........ .... 14/6 Don's Special ......... ...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XVI (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
ierribly STempted. A SERIAL STORY BY AgJA EL GRAY. 3. CHAPTER XVI (:ont.nued.) Lenore listened still silently. She had uttered as yet no word of reproach: or of indignation at. the cruel fraud practised abroad on her young credul ity. She was only crushed and stuinned: -and "his voice was no longer the opi ate that had lulled care to rest---it was: 'the deliberate tone of a man of the world suggesting advantageous changess :,in his household if whicl-she could not! share. Thoere was no regret in'his tone -not even sentiment--and yet,; huit hei. as he -.would,: there was '-but love in; lier lieart and despair - in its despetate bounds 'If you. were talking to ' soime one wvho had no affeotion for you, whomi you had: quarrelled iitlih then I could understandd a little what it :all meant, she said : slowly her. voice, changed : ''No, you were not worth loving, Leon ard: and this--this is harder to bear than all--I. have lost mv ideal There may have been something sinful and idolatrous ...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. 110 IOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. 1. Oultivate and perfect your ideas Expeiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure reduce waste. . People who handle things in every day. use are the natural inventors of better tlhings, arid the natural capita ists of to-morrow. Read the splendid advice tenat Edison gives. Learn the procedure as to pa. tenting in the chief countries,-then secure your own legal monopoly for your rights by becomig a patentee. 2. If that workman or foremaru, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him on the trae. about patents by telling him wher he can obtain the "Inventors' Guido.' 3.' For yourself, obtain this ".o.,k. which tells what to invent, where ,: patent, how to sell patents, the price inventions have sold for, what prize have been offered (in cash) for inven tions, and what Edison ad...
MEAT AND BUTTER IN SAN FRANCISCO. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
MEAT AND BUTTER IN SAN FRANCISCO. The San Francisco correspondent of Ithe "ielbourne "Age" thus describes the condition of the San Franoisoo. imarket at the end of January, when 1ie saimate arrived from Sycln:y and .,.llington with 1000 tons of i.czen pr]c uee an? 165,000 tbs. of butter: The tactics adopted by the San Fran c.sce nmeat retailers are now, andi have bLen for several mountls, to sell the ineatc as American meat, and obtain &,'e g revailng prices, thereby reaping ,e.i harvest of profit. They flatly denied they wereo handling Australian meat, and refused to bill it as such, although the size and quality of the imported article was patent to all pur chasers. The prime appearance of the foreign cemmodity proved beyond a doubt that consumers were gotting the Australian product, but .hse re taolers niainain:d that it was Ameri can mneat only which they purveyed, ac.d aecrdingly demanded the local higher prices. One unbiassed oficial - aptly rs marked--"If retailers sa...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Ambresine.") A remarkable statement was made at the annual meeting of the silk manu faeturei's of New fork to the effect -that the craze for tango dancing in Ameri-s was responsibie for increased trade prolit.s to such an extent as to outwe'ghi far the loss oaused by the reductiou of the American tatiff. The manufacturers at the meeting repre sented a capital of £60,000.000. They reported that in every silk mill on the Continent spindles and looms were being driven to their utmost capacity, whiile 'nproved machinery and pro tesses of manufacture were resulting in larger profits. Practically. overy wornai in the United States to-day, the president of the Manufacturers' Association declared, indulged! in the ,ingo,, and other South American dances, with the result that every wo man required a much more extensive i ar?lrobe :'han formerly. The demand fi: silk'diresses during the wister sea s?ii' lie said,, was unprecedented, and silk imanuifaetui':rs had brought ...
CAN'T STAND THE MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
CAN'T STAND THE MASTER. A lady, having 'just had a row with her husband, senit her servant for some fish for dinner. "'Bridget," she said, "'go to the vil lage, and get me a plaice.' "I will, ma'am,"'' replied Bridget, '"and while I'm there I'll look for a place myself, because I can't stand the ma.ter no more than you can!"
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
FOOTBALL The following is the draw for the local competition this season: May 30-Orbost v. Navvies June 13-Orbost v. Newmerella June 20-Navvies v. Newmerella June 27-Navvies v. Orbost July 11-Navvies v. Orbost July 18S-Orbost v. Newmerella July 25-Navvies v. Newmerella Oh, Selina ! your cough is most dreadful, You'll have to take something, I'm sure; Get your mother to send to the chemist's For Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Mumma gives it to me and to Tilly Wheno we have a cough or a cold No--! It's not a bit bitter, you silly I It's the nicest and best over sold.
ORBOST HOSPITAL FUND [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
ORBOST HOSPITAL FUND e e The following donations towards ti: show booths are acknowledged, in add tion to the list published last week: Mr Hambrook, 5s; Mrs D. Mun?r goods value 9s; -Mrs W. Gibbs, cake r potatoes and beans; Mrs Gilbert, fruii e Mrs Griebenow, pears; Mrs E SCameron, fruit; Mrs P.. Watt, good value 7s 6d; Mrs Henry, plum puod e ding, Mrs Cattman, cake; Mrs Browi cake, Mrs Tomlinson, jelly; Mrs / Y Richardson, goods value 16s. D
INSULT TO INJURY. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
INSULT TO INJURY. "Well, did he pl!ay?' asked the wife of a dentist, who had been out to col lect a bill for a full set of teeth that he had supplied. to a man a year be fore. "Pay me! "' grumbled the denltist. "Not only dil he refuse to pay me, but he actually had the effrontery to gnash at me-with my teeth!"
MANURES FOR POTATOES. WITH A BRIEF HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
f .,AN URES, FOR POTATOES. AI W ITH A BRIE: HISTORY. (By B. , ar-ison . L .., Tin h"e Land The :iotaito (Solanuf tublesum- , LuI vis) is onie of our most important"food produc ts;,:and its developmentfand cuill tivation have mad' rnpid strides since it w?'is irs i inported intio Eurolpe by. the Spianiards baietwen 1580 and. 1585 and 'afterwards into, Great Brita.in"b3 Sir Walter Ita.loigh.. . In "'Tihe Origizn of Cultivated Plants ,"' A. deo Candallo says: "The potato is wild. in .hili (South :America), in! a'foirim whioh; is sti'I seen in our cultivated plants: andc its cultivatioion .was diffused before the discovery- of Anerican , from?.n Chili : to N'v Granada. It was intiroduced' mrobably in the lattier half of the six teenth centuiry, -into that piart' of' the UTnitcd States now ,known as Vir'giuia and North Cirolina, and it was the. Virginiarn potato that ' Sir ,Walter brohight back to 'Ireland about the wanie time as the Spaniards . pur4cred? it. Its name in its own country ...
THE OBSCURE MRS. TOWNSEND [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
THE OBSCURE MRS. TOWNSEND It is a startling, soul-wrenching thing to discover thit one is a nonentity. A woman may have quite clearly recog -nised the fact that she is not brilliant and have accepted it as -her lot and destiny to always msake one of the -chorus; yet such is the majesty of life, of which she is a pulse, that it will be impossible for her, under normal condi tions, to ever regard herself as a ne gligible atom of the universe. To find that others do so has the effect of a spiritual earthquake. It shakes the foundations which she has always taken for- granted. Mrs. Townsend was truly modest, but she had-never realised that she was wrapped in obscurity, as in a cloak- of invisibility, until she went to the Bien nial Meeting of the GeneraltFederation of Women's Clubs, held at Waterbury, and she had not really admnitted tlhi situation to herself until' :that- break fast incident on the moreiingiCof-;the fourth day. There were -two- other women wear ing Federation badgps at...
WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. On the 11th inst. a very successful euchre and dance was given in the Me chanics' Hall by the Australian 'Vo men's National League. The ball looked very pretty. with its decorations of native creepers, hickory blossom and pampas, and the supper table, on the stage, with its beautiful arrangment of yellow chrysanthemums, added to the pleasing effect. After play, which en ded at 10.15 p m., supper was partaken of and dancing was commenced, being continued until the early hours of the morning.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 29 May 1914
SKIN RAW WITH ECZEMA ZAM-BUK AGAIN TRIUMPHS Zam-Buk emerged triumphantly from one of the most severe tests imaginable when it cured little Kathleen Russell's torturing eczema. Read the mother's story to realise what a wonderful transformation Zam-Buk worked. At Clanwilliam St., Willoughby, North Sydney, Mrs Russell said: '"When my little girl, Kathleen, was but three weeks old, her head face, neck and chest were affected by a disfiguring attack of dry, itching ec zema, The child's skin was fearfully inflamed and irritated, and looked just like raw meat, "Kathleen needed such constant attention that we ,were unable to get proper rest and sleep for n eeks and-weeks. "Chemists ointments and all kinds of ordinary remedies failed to check the disease. Then we had K.,thleen at the Hospital. but their treatment seemed to cause the eczema to spread worse than ever. .The child became the talk of the .neighbor hood . "When we almost despaired we heard of Zam-Buk's nonderful skin curing powers...