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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Another Mother Braises fiEXONA "1 have i-'cen using Rexonafor my fcahy." writes Mrs. E. Hughes, "Stanley/ Eotiilas Street, Armidale. " He had the Hives so oad an.1 was so fretiul he could hardly sICCD at night. _ I tried several things fcr him, and nothing seemed to do him r.:iy good, and as a last resource I tried Rexona, and am delighted to sav that it at once helped hint, and a few applications entirely cured the Hives. 'Eexona is now a Family Remedy .rith as, we all use it. Last winter my hands Kere so sore and cracked I scarcely knew what to do, but Rexona soon fixed them alright. We also use Rexona Soap, too. and, like Rexona, find it most excellent, especially lor baby. 'We vvili s!*ays recommend Rexona to all our friends." REXONA. The Mother's Favourite « Price 1/8 5/' musii CURES COUCiiS^ COtc^ jsiP-Luewa^ («sli SSorckciiper und \vw$ l^ent, POREPUNKAH '? 1 .rtieaiul Varied Foeeries iroamongers {Crockery ware. Fancy Goods Haberdashery. Cycle Sundries. NOVELS for winter eveni...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Phases of the Moon, 1917. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Phases of the Moon, 1917. MAY. Full moon-7ili LdbI quaitor-14lh New moon-21st .First quarter-29ili - *' "".JUNE. Full ti'ooti-O'lr Lust "quarler-12th. . ? XN.mv.:inoon--IO1I1 First quarter-28tli JULY. "Full .111(1011-r5 ll L's; qmrter-lltli NVw iiinbn-l!Mi ?Fi.-et quiricr-27tli, AUliObT. 'Full UMOri-rcl ? fjiict c|iiar(<?r-lOth'sv "; New moon-18th v - in etqiiiiru« s'sp'tiom BEU.' Pu'l moon-1st., 'v, . ?Lastquarter-8 h" New moon-lGili First,quarlcr-24 th i. ocroiiUR. Full nmnn-lpt . . Lisfquarter-8 h ' . Nfiw mnnnj-16'li FifBt quarter-24th " Full moot)?-3CI li ? ? -NOVEMBER. Lost quarter-7<lr: Now mhon-15 li Fubi quarter-22nd Full moon-29:1) - DECEMBER,. Lust quarter-7ih New. moon-]4tli First quarter-21st Full moon-28th

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rainfall at Bright. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Rainfall at Bright. FOLLOWING is the raiu rcc»r«l in Bright for the past, four vears, and tlje present year up to d*te. Those figures have been kinilyEupplied by Mr. K. J. Delony : Munlh. January ... February ... March April May June July ... August September October ... November.. .December;.. l'Ji.'i I 11114 I 1916 [ llllli I mi7. 2.-a 4 1.36 6.07 1.24 .2.09 1.20 2.20 4 .42 3.42 4.31 2 ,98 1V07 1.69 0.33 2.33 3.06 4.36 1.23 2.68 0.56 2.49 1/8 0.97 0.5:< 0.20 2.42 6.H 9.6i" 0.02| 6.8 .4.9' 6.06| 1.2'S 1 .osi 33. 6Dj 23.48145.18la4 ,6M 12.83 3..3Cj 3.15 0.9C 3.0; ?2.26| 6.17 8.22 7.77 o.Oo 5. 8J 6.6t 2.05

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Up-to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Up-to-Date. Rock-a-bye, baby, upon the bough, You get your milk from a certified cow! Before your eugenic young parents were wed Tliev had dccided how you should be fed. Hush-a-bye, baby, on the tree-top. If grandmother trots you, you tell lier to stop. Shun the trot-horse that your grand mother rides It will work harm to your little in sides. Mamma's scientific-she knows all : the laws j She kisses her darling through car I bolised gauze. ; Rock-a-bye, baby, don't wriggle . and I squirm; i Nothing is near you that looks like a j germ. One pound of sheep's wool is cap able of producing one yard of cloth.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. Sunday, 13th May, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Church Ssrysoss. Sunday, 13th May, 1917. METHODIST - Wandiligong 7, Mr Roggiero ; Bright 11.30 and 7 ; Pore punkah 3, Mr Courtney. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-Bright 11, Free burgb 3 Harrietville 7, Rev. G. Brarn lnall. . Wandiligong 3, Bright 7, Mr G. Tavare. PRESBYTERIAN.-Porepunkah 11, Mr Ruyner. Wandiligong 11, Biookside 3, Bright 7, Mr A. McKenzie Harrison. SALVATION ARMY, BRIGHT.-Fire Bri gade Hall, young people's meeting at 10 a.m. Meetings 11 a.m., 3 p.m. anil 8 p.m. Week-uuht meetings every Wednesday. Captain Winter in charge String tiie Children. Wonderful performance by " The Mashers" & "Jap." Popular prices.-Bright, . Monday, May 14 ; Harrietville, Tuesday, May 15 ; Wan diligong, Wednesday, May 16. Mr E. W. C. Kaighin, who has been a resident of Bright practically all his life, has accepted a position with the Tem perance and General Insurance Company, and left for Melbourne la6fc week to assume his new duties. Since the be ginning of dredging Mr Kaighiu has been interest...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Unnecessary Suffering. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Unnecessary Suffering. The following letters, If carefully read, 6hould show very many people, whose health Is poor, how to avoid unnecessary suffering: From Mr. T. McCormlck, 2G4 Union street, W. Brunswick, Vic. "For a considerable time I suffered severely from kidney complaint. I had dreadful pains in the back, a stiffness in the shoulder blades, and Indigestion with its most distressing effects. I was also troubled a good deal by nervousness, 6evere head aches, loss of appetite and sleepless ness. I was very susceptible to colds which would always settle in my kid neys, provoking pains of a still more painful character. This was my con dition when a friend advised me to take Warner's Safe Cure. I followed the advice. The first bottleful made a wonderful change in me, eo I con tinued to take the medicine for some time when I was completely restored to health. My urine, which had been filled with deposits, became clear and natural in appearance. I have enjoyed goad health ever sinc...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
From Here and There [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

From Hera and There MR. HUGHES, the Prime Minister, staled oil Tuesday thai the Luxuries Board wi'l be appointed this week. Mr Lockyer, of the Interstate C >uiuiission, will b; aske 1 to act as chairman. His Honor Mr Justice Hood on Tues day gave judgment in th; action by ill; Zinc Corporatioa Ltd. agiiust Ai.o 1 Hirsch & Sjb, of Germany, claiming 81.000 dollars, balance due for concen trates supplied. His Honor gave judg ment for-the full amount claimed, with costs. The Footscray Tramway Trust has ac cepted the tender of the Broken Hill Steel Co. for the supply of steel rails at £ 15 121 per tou. This price was 11) per ton less than the American tenders. The old Trades Hall, a building 75 feet by 46 feet, which has been standing for 60 years, was on Tuesday removed bodily a distance of 68 feet, to make room for additions to the new Trades Hall. The Federal Cabinet will in all proba bility meet on Thursday next. It is anticipated that by then the counting of voles wilt be...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADY MAYORESS' PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

LADY MAYORESS' PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. To make the above league as self supporting as possible, departments are being established to convert or treat materials which are generally thrown away into marketable and money returning products. It is desired to bring under public notice the fact that the undermen tioned articles are particularly useful to the League, and everyone will be rendering valuable service in prevent ing the throwing away of such ma terials. The money thus earned will purchase comforts for our brave boys at the front. The following will be most acceptable, viz. Tooth paste or any collapsible tubes. Tea chest lead. Old lead piping. Zinc lining from cases. Copper, copper wire or old electric wire. Tin or lead foil from cigarette pac kets, chocolates, etc. (however small or broken). Copper wire from stout bottles, etc. Lead capsules off bottles. Packages addressed to the Lady Mayoress' League, Town Hall, Mel bourne, are carried free on the Rail ways. There are many township...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Love's Message. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Love's Message. 'Why is it?' asked the inquisitive husband, "that you never ask anyone if you hat is on straight, as I often hear other women do?" "Well, if you must know," replied his wife, "it's because I love you so much." "But," he persisted, "I fail to see what your love for me has to do with it." "Why," was the reply, "just think how it would disgrace you if I were to call anyone's attention to the only hat I have had in three years!" And that fetched him.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What Worried Him. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

What Worried Him. Mrs. MacHaggis was visiting her husband, Dougal, in hospital. Dougal, looking rather like a bundle of washing, lay back in bed, suffering in silence like the hardy Scot that he was. "An' to think that my Duggy should fa' doon the lift-shaft, richt from the top t6 the bottom o' a seven-story buildin'! Hoots, but it's a mur-rcy you're no kilt, my lad!" "Ay, it is that!" said Dougal wear ily. . "While ye was fallin', Duggy," mur mured his pretty little wife, putting her head a trifle closer to his, "did ye no think of your wee wifie, all alone in the hoose?" "I only mind thinkin' once, and that was as I hurtled past the fourth floor." "And what did ye think, Duggy, lad?" "I minded that I'd left me coat on the sivinth floor with a. saxpence in the inside pocket!"

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"The Mashers." [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

"The Mashers." [ THIS Company has^heeo houses thr.ju^V'i'; N" S * . Juj| visitj Bright. Monday. M»J £f. go to Harrietvitle on TuesaiJ' and Wandil'gong on "cC, 16Tb. The style of the right away from the old cuf] artiste are well £e?ected, ao -r is on e novelty followfoS ij«f rapidity, the . wise to refrain from 8"?'° j .li able. Plenty of fun is IC the talent is exceptional- ,,,f ' the East, is a show in t' melodies, dancing sr,i ,c" are delightful. The sw* mence until 8 -:0 p.m-> prices will prevail, rcr 1 j.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Capability. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Capability. Near a small Wyoming town there is a capable lady of great executive ability, who, besides being an ardent suffragist, an active member in church circles, a dominant figure in all local women's clubs, manages a ranch in connection with her multifarious household duties. A visitor, stopping at the front gate to ask for her, heard a loud commotion in the rear. "Yes, she's home," replied friend husband, who, in the life partnership, is nil, "but she's busy." He added in a voice which had an acid edge: "She is out in the back yard, teaching a queen bee how to swarm."

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local School Congrat[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Local School Congrats IMMEDIATELY after tbe t*' -the train on Thursday s* Hon. A. A. Billson, M.L.A-, panied by Mr Fussei'. chiefins?# a visit to the local ?ehool. T# met by Mr E. K". A hern, M who assembled the . hiidrenaodfr' troduced the gentiemr.n nanid sell, during the course of a very i^;-: address, congratulated the the splendid work they weredofrj Patriotic Fund, and strongly W to continue thoir nobla _ tendered many words of ffisdos^ the conclusion was accord a/* j applause.-Mr Billson also fpri-.y-; miration of the work of ^ not only in this school, bul the north-east. Ho also to be present, and trusted listening to the advice of sell, it would assist ::fc. up good men aisd "were given ,for the men at for the speakers and singing of the National AntfcK^v; a very pleasant and prentafc-^

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mrs. GABBING'S GRIEVANCES. Narrated to Arnold Golsworthy. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Mrs. GABBING'S GRIEVANCES. Narrated to Arnold Golsworthy. It's a strange thing to me that some body can't go and tell the Gov'inint that they're makin' theirselves per fectly ridklus about our railway trains. For the last ten years have I made a habit o' goin' over once a fortnight to see mv sister Ann at Mud borougli, her whose husband is now at the Front. There used to be a nice-spoke young man at our bookin' office, but when I got there last week there was only a girl behind the window. May be she'd call liersell' a young lady, though not what I should regard as such, me flattering myself that I know a lady when I see one-even if it's only in me lookin' glass. I puts me shillin' on the ledge of the window, and I says, brisk like, "Return to Mudborough, please. Quick's you like!" Then the young woman to which 1 have referred puts her head round the corner and says, "Righto, missus. But what's your hurry?" "Hurry," I says. "Why, the train's due at ten-fifteen, and it's that now." "...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bright Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

I Bright Shire Council. mrmtAiK meeting of-above THH ffiS. P^sent-Ors *sS , m (president). Rollason, Roper, sssas-jssr <rTc^eAyCr Rollason. °"lrl meet ng was re.nl and approved. ?hTf0W^ r^Wed werejea sti'l eaTressurvT Melbourne, informing from |re,8!.,V\7l7 i«ur-st accru-'l to c0'"'|Cili l9ir o" J-2253 14/7, has been in ^ VicJorian Government three per "^^pubi^Helub Department, Mel Fr0 aTwit.e attention to tvlause 3S bourne, nrawiio ,. ^ copy 0f the regu wh'Cb 'shall be conspicuously displayed Iatl0US ct where food i:f manufac .:« e!'erLfnare<l, packed or stored lor "T 'cr Wa"«e moved thai storekeepers sak.-Cf \ <i.rnULrh lh pubjjc press of jms'sm »r From J. B ewn, > jou of jjis co". cleaning in Myrtleford. iflktoSi^lTe1istrict in the build-. e"p t a(je .President uioved that tbe Clerk be informed that there Is no, t here at present of the nature <le Jtoi-Stt»»ae,i by Cc. Rollason, aul CaFrom Department of Works and Rail . \felbourne, r...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MATHEMATICAL PRODIGY. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

MATHEMATICAL PRODIGY. A child wonder, with unusual men tal powers, attends a school at Find ley, Ohio. He is Master Roy Fork, aged six, and the son of a local well driller. While bright in all his school, work, the boy is a prodigy in mathe matics. He knows the calendar by heart, and although plied with the most severe questions in regard to days and dates he never makes a mistake. If you tell him your age he can tell in a second the year you were born, and if you give him the date of your birthday, and ask him what day of the week it comes on he replies at once, correctly and without fail. Although not customary to teach children the months and abbreviations of months, Roy had them mastered when he went to kindergarten, and the remarkable feature is that he was never taught. He is also quick as lightning in solving problems which deal with ad dition and substraction of the calen dar, and catch questions have no ter ror for him.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Society. BRIGHT BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Red Gross SocieW' BRIGHT BRANCH' j THE loon! branch of 'hfif^i1 forwarded to liead-quj'1 the following goods1; socks, 30 face washers. old linen acd bocks. V>f." The following 600«* f chnsed with tit" inT. .fji-lfe "8ift day"4 dcs U#» tins tooth powder ! { doz. tint? horey biscuit?, 5 doz pAcie's packets Arrowroot Wood,' For Coughs and Co.ds, ne gp

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Orange Blossoms. MILNE—BREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Orange Blossoms. MILNE-BREEN. A QUIET and pretty wedding was cele brated at Myrtleford Roman Catholic Church on Sth May, between Mr VV. Milne, of Myrtleford, and Miss Josephine Breen, youngest daughter of Mr T. Breen. Bright. The Rev. Father Tehan performed the ceremony, and cele brated nuptial mass. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr M. Breen, wore a pretty fawn gabardine costume, with vest of white lace and a vieux rose velvet hat. The bridesmaids were Misses E. Breen and N. Milne They wore smart mole o stum'-s, mole hats, relieved with vieux rose trimmings. Councillor H. Milne, of Wborouly, acted as best man. After the ceremony, the party motored to Happy Valley Hotel, where a sumptuous breakfast was par taken of. father Tehan proposed the health of the newly-wedded couple, to which the bridegroom briefly responded. The other toasts honored were :-Brides maids, proposed by Mr M. Breen, respon ded to by Councillor H. Milne; thr parents, by Councillor J. F. Dundas, re...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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About Our Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

MB W. H. GRIBBLE, B»n., of '.Va | baa received furtuor iuformitfoq effect that his son, Private '.V. J, q 1 ia still in a serious condition m of the wounds received in EgV| ' t Mr and Mrs A Ja^m, 0f >,v [ have been Informed by the lji f ? Department, that th«irson, Prwy.fi-'" ' Jngoe, has been wounded. Tti9 j:. however, are not of a t>»riug4 cha^-tf'' Mr W. Honeychtircli, of iVviii'IV who has been attached to I'aiiJ paper, h-w been ai-c-ptea to s ' ri-'rvioe abroad, and k«k>» iiro Ci-" t!ie 24th inst. Mr H-.i.ey,-! j ^ , third eon of the family to i.;,,.!.! for the Empire. One has supreme sacrifice. t. Now that the United Statwfoii-L 1 mined to j'.iu the Allies the fc]j.,t-: f icts are interesting. A' Maj^-Gv-J.' -in tbe American army receives /] -S year, a colonel £800, a captain £;r;'l:: a second lieutenant £350. Ia y.Vji commissioned rant a sergeant U vV:f she rate of 4/ a day, whilst a r eives about £1 a week. As legs^-i? . ?ay of the officers the Australians;!.!; fare ...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 11 May 1917

Mining Hotes. Following dredging roturns have been reported for the week ended Friday last: OZB Junotion -50 Maori Queen 49?| The Junotion and Maori Queen dredges accounted for practically lOOoz. between them last wiek. The former secured 50oz. and the latter 4S}oz. Nothing further is known concernins the find made by Messrs Hall and Howard, at Black Hole, Harriotville. Representatives from Messrs Byron ami Day, of Melbourne, have visited the property, but their opinion as to the value of the show has not been disclosed. For Children's Hacking Cough at night, Woods' Great Peppormint Cure, la. Gd. Local recruiting committses have been informed that ' hantama" may now be acoepied for aclive service abroad. This will Rive a chanco t'> many men who wero debarred trim enlistiDg on account of tlieir htight.'

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