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TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
TUNGAMAH SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1911. Piesonfc-Or?. J. Ryan (President), if.'II, Whitty, Ford Hodge, Kelly, W'.desoD, Deagan, Oummins, Stok'.B, aid D. Ryan. . COIUIESI'ON'DEXCE From Public Health Department, minting that a3 there was an outbreak i of diphtheria at Cobram State School the department would be glnd to iL'urn whst steps are being taken to suppress ihe disease. - Referred to medical officer. From Department of Agriculture, acknowledging receipt of specimen of potato in sealed tin from inspector of pure food3. Tho potato wa3 badly . ffrcted with 'bronrn fleck-' tho cause of which is not known. The disease is not infectious, as is the case of Irish blight, dry rot, and other funsus diseases attacking the potato.-Received. From Shire of Ivowree, asking to be supplied with 12 copies of the by-law relating to traction engine traffic -Attended to. Froot Shire of Jfumurkah, agreeing to share cost of forming 20 to 25 chains on tho geodetic between the parishes of Yarro ....
KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
KATAMATITE. At a UKoting of players unci sup portorB of the local football club Mr P. Onnlon v/aa t;l(;cterl captain, and Mr Bart Ilarriaon, who !ns played a conplo of games with Carlton during tliij smison, was nloctnd vice-captain. The playing ground linn bean made much larger. There was a very largo gathering at til's Mechanics' hist week to hear tlio deb ite uuder tlie auspices of the local Mutual Improvement Society, the aubjact being "Dry Firming" (Mr J. O'Brien, jun.) vorstia '? Intense Culture and Irriguion " (Mr J. N. Crow). Good urgumontB wero brought forward by both eidca, At the conclusion a billot was taken, and tho voting, waa in favor of dry farming. Eur Children'a Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 8d
FOOTEALL. WILBY AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
FOOTEALL. WILBY AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION A meeting of delegates wag hMd -it Wilbv on Fiiday night last, when the following draw was arranged : - Juno K!-Like Rom.mii v Tungamah, Telford v Wilby, ftundaloDg a bye. Juuo 20-IViforl v Tungamah, Wilby v Buudaloug, Like Rowan a bye. Juno 27-Like llnu-au v Telford, Bundii loni; v Tuugimah, Wilby a bye. July 4-Wilby v Like Roivan, Bundalong v Telford, Tuugunah a bye. July 11-Xmiya-nah v Wilby, LakoRosvao v Buudaloug, Telford a bye. Matches to bs played on ground of first-named club. Second round, above reversed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS! T. ALLATT Begs.to announce having completed opening up AUTUMN & WINTER GOODS. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT MISS DUNlvLEY ha3 charge of this department, which ib fully stocked with the very Latest Novelties in Millinery. All New and Right Up-to-date. fcT FIRST SHOW - SATURDAY, MARCH 28th. 44 DRESS DEPARTMENT r We have opened up a large range of Dress Fabrics, including Tweede, Serges, Costume and Amazon Cloths, Winceys, etc. A very full range of Donegal TweedB, Astrulla Cloth, Cheviot and Coating Serges. Fnll range' of Trimming:*. MISS EDSALL haa now resumed duties :n t!?e> f&lt;r-.!i:?raskj.nS Department, SHOWING - A Nice Selection of LADIES' & CHILDREN'S -'..-QO.cV.TS,. iuciL. s >;M. TI, .rJroliU? syjd Blanket .i..' Tweeds; uigo vJ".. ;.... '..-.U' ?'.ifliisct A Complete Rsnge ef MEN'S CLOTHING, SHIRTS Ac., OVERCOATS (Hydrotites nnd Waterproof). SUITS MADE TO MEASURE.-Style3 and Patterns up to date. Patterns better tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES lasni'ance INSURE WITH A TOTALLY AUSTRALIAN COMPANY Fire, Live Stock, Crops, Stacks, Personal Accident, Employers' Liability, Etc.,. Etc. All Information will be Supplied w wj w j y by the Local Agent- vi« itlll-jl-i New ©emrles® Windmills ALSTON'S 1912 PATENT WRITE The Mechanism is of the simplest form, cunsisiii g of only Three SlDviug Parts, which arc entirely enclosed in * dutt-pri(.f case and run in an oil bath. Fitted throughout with Sti cl Bill Bearing', which make it. Kiic tinnlrss, Noiseless and Uir.veaiablc. The Simphst. ..?tronpett and Lightest - Running Mill ever Manufactured. CATALOG. Over 30,000 "Alston" Milla in I:BC throughout Australia. ALSTONS IMPROVED PATENT PORTABLE STEEL FRAMED GALVANIZED STOCK TRCeiSH. The BES T TROUGH hiver Invented Supplied In All Lengths. ' THE CHEAPEST & MOST DURABLE TROUGH EVER INVENTED. Send for Pricc List. JAMES ALSTON PATENTEE & MANUFACTUKEK. Windmill Factory, 0UEEN S BHhDSEj KELBSMBME WILL NOT CRACK, LE...
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
THE RAINFALL. The following table shows the rain fnil registered at iho Tungumah Pobj Ollice during each nionth from Janu ary, 1911, up to date: 1911 1912 1915 1914 January 2-16 76 44 79 February 491 4.(5 35 March . 128 18 330 1-19 April 10 17 15 1S2 May 337 G 316 133 Juno 174 227 402. July 106 310 30 August 43 196 -92 September 187 183 1S5 October 27 101 189 November 33 G61' 8S December 220 1 IS 5 Totals 20.02 19.91 17.31 525
THE AIRMAN AND THE ANARCHIST. AN AVIATOR'S MAD FLIGHT AND FIGHT FOR THE LIFE OF A KING. I. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
THE AIRMAN AND THE ANARCHIST. AN AVIATOR'S MAD FLIGHT AND FIGHT FOR THE LIFE OF A KING. I. Three perspiring and explosive men and a woman as calmly beautiful and as regal as one of Bouguereau's Madonnas, called Frazer Traill out of bed in the bitter grey of the morning. I' razer Traill had been working late into the night, putting the final touches to his monoplane for the big £5000 duration flight. He was in an irritable mood. He refused to per form the ceremony or donning an ade quate costume, and, in pyjamas and dressing gown, went down at the heels of the night-porter to the hotel lounge. When he looked into the calm eyes of the woman, he wished at least he had brushed his hair. The men annoyed him. They were excitable creatures, true Latin sons ot the Pomerannia principality, .in which they all were at that moment. They all talked together. They as saulted him with their visiting cards. From the wild and eddying cloud or their conversation Frazer Traill un derstood that they wa...
II. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
A little kick, a shudder, and tin? sreat Gneugeot swept rushing over the grass of the aerodrome. Traill teyed the snoring engine up and up. .hen, with the easy lift of an athlete .aking a hurdle, the plane was off the ground. Traill's machine banked sharply, md the plane swung up in lyric cir cles en spiral. In a moment they ..vere above the highest lace-work of trees, and b.. lore them in the clarity of .lie morniiifc ;ay, like a pattern of jright jewellery, the valley that is lie centre of Pomerannia. Traill hoicked his machine up luickly to avoid the down-trend - of the trees, swept gently to the left, md in an instant had opened out, md tliey were skimming in their ef ortless and irresistible rush north wards. The Baronessa leant forward from -lie passenger seat and shouted in his ear. "Thirty-one minutes' start. Can we -atcli him:" Traill nodded to a trembling steel finger on a dial. As the woman look ed, the finger, crept round from figure to figure. Now it was 63, now it was ...
YOUANMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
YOU AN MITE. (From Our Correspondent.) In response to invitations isaued by Mr and Miss Roberts, a largo number of people assembled on Thursday evening list) to take part in the open injr oE Mr H. Roberts' new. store ati Youmnrfce. Tlio first part of the evening wia dovoted to games, etc, interspersed with recitations by Misses Ltiutin and Ahern, and a son" by Mr Goulding. Subsequently, ari adjourn ment) was made to u wall-laden supper table, and (he company did full jmlicn to the excellent cft-eiiu> of tho host-ens, Prior to the conclusion of supper, Mr II. Goulding, on behalf of thn assembled guests, proposed the health of Mr and Miss Rjb-irts. -In doing sc, he re marked tbati iu opening the new store they did not go through the u?u>l formality of breaking a bottlo of cham pagne, but hid done it in a more en thusiastic manner. lie also wished Mr and Miss Roberta tho best of health and thn greatest of weal'h and prosperity in their new atore, In conclusion, ha thanked Air and...
III. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
III. The country (lung past beneath them, 'blurred like a film. The De Bolli mono grew larger before them, but before them, too, grew the massy and sombre magnificence of the foyal forest. The plane was but two miles away, the Venne Forest less than twelve. Traill cajoled his machine yet high er. He wanted to be above the De Bolli in the test of skill and daring that was presently to come. He was balancing himself even against the wind pressure like a thing of springs and wire, llis handsome face was strained and tense, all his muscles braced taut, his quick hands fingerej the controls with exquisite delicacy, and under him the great plane respon ded like a thing vibrant and alive. The De Bolli came nearer and near er in perceptible degrees. They could see the back of the anarchist Frast. naic as he sat rigid, concentrated on the working of his machine, totally unaware, thanks to the noise of his own tractor, of their approach. They could see the play of his hands as he nursed her c...
DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
DOOKIE. At a large gatheriog of subscribers to the Dookie recreation reserve the collectors reported that over £100 had been received up to date. Messrs C. A. Forer, P. W. Ryan and J. Wilson were elected trustees. Eaglehawks are becoming a great nuisance to farmers in the district. Several of these birds have been destroyed quite recently, while in the act of attacking young lambs and fowls. Mr M. O'Connor, of Yabba North, has been responsible for the quick de- despatch of three. The last one was in the act of tearing the breast from a young chicken when his aim proved deadly. The hawk, when stretched out, measured 7ft. 10in. from tip to tip, across the wings. A record sale of stock took place at the special sale held at Dookie on Monday, 25th May. Out of a yarding of 5500 sheep nearly the whole lot was sold, making tho splendid average of 17s per head. Mr M. O'Brien, of Tungamah, bought a pen of 125 cross- bred ewes, paying as high as 27s 7d per head. These are the highest prices e...
TUNGAMAH PETTY SESSIONS TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND, 1914. [Before MR B[?]vec, P.M.] CLAIM FOR DETENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 4 June 1914
TUNGAMAH PETTY SESSIONS TUESDAY, JUNE 2ND, 1914. [Before Mr Beaveo, P.M.] &nbsp; CLAIM FOR DETENTION. Chas. M'Laughlin v. Johns Bros. Alleged detention of 11 bags of wheat, valued at £5 4s 6d. After a hearing which occupied the whole of the after- noon, the P.M. gave an order for &nbsp; &nbsp; the return of the wheat (or its equiva- lent value) within 14 days, in default, distress. No costs were allowed. DEBT CASES. &nbsp; Mahomed Deen v. E. Wren. Goods &nbsp; sold and delivered, £6 2s 3d. Order for £2 3s, with £1 15s 6d. costs. A &nbsp; &nbsp; counter claim', E. Wren v, Mahomed Deen, for £5 18s 11d. labor and goods supplied, was dismissed. &nbsp; J. T. Irvine v. Albert Kreeck. Goods &nbsp; sold and delivered, £7 7s. Order for amount with 15s 6d. costs. &nbsp; T. Allatt v. Annie Buerckner. Goods &nbsp; &nbsp; sold and delivered, £15 2s 8d. Order &nbsp; for amount, with £1 16s 6d. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 11 June 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. Tungamah SS J-LIZ.UiKTH STRKKT, 51 UL.liOUHKE 01 VICTORIA AVliXUJi, ALB'iilT FAHK M. L- THOMAS (Recorded by the Dental Board of Victor in), considers your iutore-ts, so consult us during our visits-it will repay you. Have your teeth extracted by an Amcatlietic which has proved itself to bu superior to most Local Amesthetics, A WONDEKl'U'L SUCCESS. What Dr Charles Humbly, D.D.S., editor of the "American Dentists, ' U S.A., says ot Tliumtis' Painless Dentistry "Dear Sir, Concerning your ame=thetic, we will say that it appears to be the superior preparation for the i'aiuk-fs Extraction of . Teeth, and tiio woik is performed without paiu or unpleasant-, ness to the patient." IN'VIXITl". Amerca's latest invention for aitiiieial dentures. Lighter, jtitnigcr and better for the mouth .than ordinary vulcanite. Eibm £1 4s (with painless extractions free). Vulcanite I'latcs fioin i'3 3s Filling frcin r«, singh: teeth from Ds Cleaning the Teeth, 7s 7d GOOD DENTISTRY. We can make...
DO BEE-STINGS CURE RHEUMATISM? [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 11 June 1914
DO BEE-STINGS CURE RHEUMATISM ? + An American medical paper gives an account of the use of bee-stings .as a cure for rheumatism. This cure lias been, thoroughly examined by some of the great medical colleges and endorsed by them as scientific. The essence of the cure lies in the formic acid which bees inject into the blood. Here is a brief extract from the article : "One sting will not cure your rheumatism, neither will two or three, but if you let one bee sting you everyday your rheumatism will soon disappear. That's what some prominent physicians say who arc watching an interesting experiment in Cincinnati, Ohio. '.'John Rennet*, of Cincilinati, long a sufferer from rheumatism, is tailing the Jjee-sting cure. .At the time this is being written he has already taken. two weeks of the treatment, about seventeen stings, and he likes it. At lirst hardly able to hobble about with the aid of a cane, Rentier can now walk almost'as sprightly as any person. It is estimated by physi cians-.-...
MONEY LOST IN EASY CHAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 11 June 1914
MONEY LOST IN EASY CHAIRS. ? The mail whose niche in the world of work is upholstering large, com fortable leather chairs is confronted -with numerous tests of honesty. Many" chairs taken into the shops for repairs, when pulled apart, disclose money that has fallen from the .pockcts of persons who at various times have set in them. The uphol sterer cither slips the money thus found into his own po"ket or returns lit to the owner of the chair, all de fending upon whether or not he is lionest. "I know many men in this busi ness/' declared an upholsterer, "who never think of returning the money they tind in the chairs. Then, again, I know many who never think of keeping it. The money falls out of trousers pockets easily when men are lolling back in those comfort able chairs," he explained, "and it slides into the space between the scat and the back of the chair without a hit of noise. Men who suspect their wives of taking their small changc as j0'\cstcrs! . say some wives do should loo...
AMERICA STILL AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 11 June 1914
AMERICA STILL AHEAD. An American and Scotsman were walking one day\ near the foot of ons of the Scotch mountains. The Scotchman, wishing to impress the visitor, - produced a famous echo to be heard in that placc. When the ccho returned clearly ai'ter nearly four minutes, the proud Scotchman, turning to the Yankee, exclaimed : "There, moiir ye canna show any thing like that in your country." "'Oh, I don't know." said thci American, "I guess we can better that. Why in my «emv> in the Hocki:s, when I jro to bed I just Ivan out of my window and call out, 'Time to get up: wake up.!' raid eight hours afterward the echo comes Intel-; and wakes me." Ebvcn new members of a colo'ired .ccrct society in Alexandria, Virginia, (.vera undergoing initiation when the floor gave way, and they all fell in to a cellar. They believed that it ivas part of the initiation ceremony.
GREAT MEN'S SWEETHEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 11 June 1914
GREAT MEN'S SWEETHEARTS. - Some men o( genius have undoubt edly believed with Thac'/.erny lluit it is hotter lo love foolishly than 110L at allthat th;-y have practised this philosophy is proved by tlicir me moirs and biographies. Leigh Hunt loved a s;ood girl ' whose spelling was unconventional, and whose chirograph)* could not bo called her chief accomplishment. Keats was wildly., madly in love Avith a ' commonplace girl named Fanny Browne. He married her, but she was incapable of appreciating liini. Hazlitt, the brilliant essayist, loved the pert, coarse daughter ot liis landlady. He wrote her a letter .which she never answered, and lie said that "the-rolling years of eternity iwould not fill up the blank that her failure to answer that letter caused." A practical Scottish girl, Charlotto Carpenter, won Walter Scott's love. She not only hated literature, but objected to writing to him- lie .wrote her saying. "You must write rac once a week." She replied, ".'You arc quite out of y...
PRODUCE BY POST [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 11 June 1914
PRODUCE BY POST Iii c^nncction with the produce by poit «cheme, which is to come iuto operation on 1st July next, the Railway DopurtintDt hi*t» agreed to c.iriy proiluec for the Postal Ucpxcliueut over iu liuca at tudu:cd nU.cs It was announced on Thursday that Llic (Jommusionat.s had rcei'ivrd from the Post mii8ter-Gcncr.il a communication requesting them to exhibit posters on railway stations requesting farmers and other? who wish to bo registered a* diioot puppliere to the public to leave their utmus and addreasos with st^tionmastfra, in order that a direc tory coutuininy their names nuy be com piled for reference in the city and suburban posl-oflicoa. The commissioners eonsidt r that the letter w virtually o. request that, the Railwity Department should act as the agent of the Postal administration in the matter, and they are gravely considering whethor they can assent Lo this. Thoy expect to acquaint the Postal auihoritus of their decision within a few days. Should the Commi.-m...