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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
Bcckwitli has just received 20 dozen ladies' fancy bows. Gull and get first pick from Gd to 1h eucli.—Advt. Wanted to Rent Grazing paddocks for sheep. Apply IIAG ELTHORN & BOLTON. Rainbow. Thanks. MRS. IIUTCHENS desires to tender her sincere THANKS to the Rainbow Fire Brigade for their kindness in giving si benefit in her aid whilst she was laid aside through illness. MTKITvBF jeoeaHTS. T THE UNDERSIGNED, authorise A, .AIR. N. V. McLEOD to eollect all debts due to me, and his receipt will be a suificient discharge. W. L. MACFADYEN. Natimuk, 9.5.14. LABS F88 FARM WORK rno FARMERS, PASTORALISTS, 1 DAIRYMEN & OTHER COUN TRY EMPLOYERS. Lade, numbering about 500, are ar riving on the 27th May from Groat Britain who are desirous of obtaining, country employment at wages from 10s per week. Employers are requested to make immediate application to the Immigration Bureau, 555 .Flinders St., Melbourne. S. WHITEAEAD, Officer in charge. ' —HUGE— CBASH-SiSiSH-CASH-SALE By Public A...
Fire at Beulah. PRINTIFG OFFICE DESTROYED Beulah, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
Fire at Beulah. PRINTIFG OFFICIO DESTROYED - Beulah, Monday. I A destructive fire occurred to-day by which the JBeulah "Record" printing works were destroyed. The outbreak occurred at lunch time, when the staff was away. No cause can be attributed for the fire. The brigade was successful in saving the adjoining property. Mr. C. J. Upton, the proprietor, estimates his loss at £875. Insur ance to the extent of £215 covers partly the loss, the policy being held by the colonial Mutual Com? pany. Upon the retirement o! Mr. E. H. Cameron from the Legislative Assembly, it is thought likely that Mr. S. Barnes, one of the two Ministerial nominees on the Railway Committeee, will be ap pointed ohairman of that com mittee. Mr. Barnes will first have to secure re-election for Walhalla at next General Election.
Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
Obituary. In our last issue brief reference was made to the death of Mrs. Wiese, mother of Mrs. J. L. Wis hart, of Kainbow. Referring to tho sad event the "Nhill Free Press" writes:—"The death oc curred on Friday evening last of one of the best known residents of the district in the person of Mrs. Wiese, wife of Pastor Wiese, of Macpherson Street. The late Mrs. Wiese, whose maiden name was Anna Catherine Sophia Elizabeth Cluiver, was born at Eichendorf, Hanover, Germany, in 1847, a.ncl came to the A1 bury district in 1876, where she was married to Pastor Wiese the same year. Pastor and Mrs. Wiese came to Woorak in 1900, where they resided until a couple of years ago, when Pastor Wiese purchased a property in Macpherson Street and came to live in Nhill. Although deceased had been in failing health for the past five years, she always took a prominent part in connection with her husband's administration of the Lutheran Church work. Iler kindly disposition made her a general favorite, n...
Kenmare News. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
Kenmare News. The euchre part}' and dance held on the 8th inst., was well patronised, a large contingent being present from Rainbow, and as far away as Nypo. The assemblage was highly pleased with their evening's enjoyment. Nine sets of players took part in the euchre tournament, and the successful competitors were:—Ladies, Miss Allan; gentleman, Mr. McMasters. The booby prizes fell to Miss S. Allan and Mr. Morrissey. The dance was commenced, and con tinued till 3^a.m. The best thanks of the Kenmare Football Club are due to the ladies who provided the baskets. The music was supplied by Miss Vale (piano); Messrs. McPhee Bros, (violin); and Mr. Nulty (piano); whilst the duties of M.C. were carried out bj' the old veteran, Mr. Adam Klemn. Weather—44 points of rain fell during the week and will do a lot of good to the growing cropfc, which are coming up ' well. A large area will be under crop this season and with a normal rainfall we look forward to a good return.
Personal Paragraphs. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
Personal Paragraphs. Mr. A. Moon, inspector of tho National Bank of Australasia,Ltd., who, some years ago, filled tho position of manager of the bank's branch at Dimboohi, is at present in Rainbow. There are many old residents of the town who will remember Mr. Moon's active as sociation with land settlement in this district. A pleasing ceremony took place at Ryan's hotel, on Tuesdavevcning, when Mr. Goodrich, who has recently joined the ranks of the benedicts, was- made the recipient of a case of carvers by a few of hi? intimate friends. The presentation was made in felicitous terms by Mr. L. Williams, and Mr. Good rich made a graceful response. The proceedings were brought to a close by drinking the health of tho bridegroom and the singing of"For he's a .jolly good fallow.7' The inscription on tho case was "Pre sented^) Mr. and .Mrs. Goodrich by the members of the H. and D's." .Genuine regret has been ex pressed for Mr. N. E. Jenkins, of Rainbow, who i.? suffering from typhoid feve...
Empire Day Celebrations [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
Empire Day Celebrations Owing to the fact that 24th May, the anniversary of the birthday of the late Queen Victoria and the date generally accepted as Empire Day, falls this year upon a Sunday, Empire Day celebrations in Rain bow will be held on Friday next, when a combined sports gathering, under the auspices of the Me chanics' Hall Committee and the School Committee, will take place on the local show grounds. In the evening a picture show will be given by the Independent Picture Company in the Mechanics' Hall. On Sunday night a Patriotic Re ligious service will be held in the Mechanics' Hall, when hymns of an appropriate character will bo sung, whilst an address will be delivered by the Rev. Griffiths. At the meeting of the Mechanics' Hall committee on Monday even ing, it was resolved to co-operate with the local Ministers' Associa tion in promoting the success of the Empire service on Sunday exening. The custom of setting one day in the year aside for the preservation of Imperial...
The Skin Market Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
The Skin Market Wednesday. Tlio Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co. Limited, report:—Sheep skins : Offerings were large this week, keen competition ruled throughout the sale, and good length lines decidedly sold in sellers' favor. Hides: Large catalo gues were submitted at this week's auc tion, competition was restricted,and the market showed a further decline of Jjjd to Jd per lb. on sloppy conditioned lots, whilst good conditioned lines maintained late rates. Tallow: Moderate supplies were offered at. Wednesday's auctions. Good colored lines sold freely at late rates, whilst badly rendered lots showed a further decline of 10s per ton.
THE GUN [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
THE GUN The following syllabus bag been drawn up by the Rainbow Gun Club for the seasons sparrow luatcbcs. TROl'nY 1914 PRESENTED BY RISE May 20 Mr. G. Wallisa 0 bird June 17 Mr. J. Wishart, 1st; 6 bird Mr. A. G. Strauss, 2nd. July 15 Mr. J. Danckert, 1st; fl.bird. Mr. A. J. Barton, 2nd. Aug. 19 Messrs. Ilagelthorn a 6 bird Bolton and P. Schilling, 1st; Messrs. Mcrritt a Williams, 2nd. Sept. 23 Messrs. G. Ii. Ribv a 6 bird B. II. Jenkins, 1st"; Mr. Ii. II. Gray, 2nd. Oct. 14 Ladies' Bracelet, 1st; 10 bird Messrs. P. J. Ryan, F. Dawson a N. E. Jenkins, 2nd ; Mr. F. It. Liesfleld and Beef Trust 3rd. / Open only to financial members who have shot in any of the club's pre vious matches during the season. The above matches are only open to financial members for the present soason. A Trophy will be presented by Mr. II. Rogasch to the member who kills the largest number of sparrows in club mntdies during the season. This Syllabus is subject to alteration.
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
FOOTBALL Tlic following are the results of tlio League and Association mntchcs played in •Melbourne last Saturday.— LEAGUE MATCHES South Melbourne, 11 goals 8 bhils heat Fitzrov, 9 goals 2 bchinds Essendon, 9 goala 15 bchinda beat St. Kildi, 7 goals 10 behinds Carlton, 14 goals 24 behinds beat University, 4 goals 8 behiiuls Collingwood, 12 goals 18 behinds beat Richmond, 4 goals 12 behinds Geclong, 10 goala 14 bchinda beat Melbourne, 9 goals 4 behinds ASSOCIATION MATCHES Prahrun, 8 goals 14 behinds beat Tort Melbourne, 4 goala 10 bhds Essendon, 6 goals 9 behinds beat Footscray, 5 goals 3 behinds Brighton, 13 goals 23 behinJa beat Hawthorn, 6 goals 5 behinds Brunswick, G goals 18 bchinds beat Williamstown, 4 goals 9 behinds North Melbourne, 17 goals 23 bhds beat Northcoto, 2 goals 3 behinds
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
Tlli We rc?ust sell to keep\Fu!I Steam ahead. X..-.^7, The contraction of business leaves us with £8000 worth of Stock which we must sell to pay our way, and will commence our GREAT AFTER HARVEST CLEARING SALE ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21st., 1914. WE OFFER Genuine Bargains in Grocery, Drapery, Ironmongery, Furniture, Boots, Timber, etc. A large stock of Buggies, Waggons, Drays, Ploughs, Scarifiers, and Cultivators, at from £5 deposit, Balance February 4th, 1915, and February 4th, 1916. PHIL RYAN'S Hotel, RAINBOW. Only the very Best Brands of Wines, Spirite, and Liquors kept. CELEBRATED STAWKLL ALE ON DRAUGHT. FIRST-CLASS TABLE. A1 ACCOMMODATION FOR BOARDEES Horses and Traps on Hire. This spacious Hotel being situated withia a stoneihrow of the Railway Station, makes it very con venient for the travelling public. Absolutely the most capacious and best Yard and Stable accommoda tion in the town I have recently attended to thin matter. J. DANCKERT'S Royal Hotel, Federal Street, Rainbow. (...
Dropped On by Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
[ Dropped On by Accident. + Some of the most celebrated dis coveries in the world oi science and art have been the result of a happy accident. The worker, striv ing earnestly for one thing, finds that, while failing in his original quest, he has obtained another and far more wonderful one. The discovery of steam wan one of these "happenings," as we all know. The boy Watt, always thoughtful and planning, sat one day by his mother's kitchen firo. There was the tea-kettle swinging Irom its hook, and as the water grew hot, it began to boil, anil tho steam violontly lifted the kettle lid,. As it rose and fell, and the boy's eyes followed tho motion, his brain was fired with the thought, "If this email puff of steam can move the iron lid, why should not a larger amount move a larger object ?" and the whole subject of steam naviga | tion was there in a nutshell. The quick wit of a woman dis covered the strange force now known ; as galvanism. The wife of a cele brated savant, Galvani, of Bo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
Autumn & Winter Seasoi In thanking the residents of Rainbow and district for their liberal support during the past season, A. G. Strauss begs to announce tnat he will be opening the winter stocks of new season's goods on or about the 1st March. Very great eare has been taken in selecting this season's goods, and a very tip-top and up-to-date selection has been made. During the next fortnight goods are to arrive direct from the manufacturers in Manchester. This season we havo bought direct from England so we are now in the position of being able to give our clients the latest and most fashionable goods at the lowest possible cost. We have saved the middleman's profit ana can there fore give it to you. Just to hand—New Season's book of Suitings. All the latest shades in up-to-date Tweeds, Cloths, Vestings and Trouserings. Call and inspect our book. Also note our prices before placing your order. Fit and style guaranteed. , A. G. Strauss, Central Store, Rainbow. ! A Home away f...
PLAN TO MELT THE NORTH POLE. AND IMPROVE THE WORLD'S CLIMATE. DAM 200 MILES LONG. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 16 May 1914
PLAN TO MELT THE NORTH (, POLE. - .♦—— AND IMPROVE THE WORLD'S ^ CLIMATE. " ' '-if r DAM 200.MILES LONG. One of the most colossal engineer ing enterprises ever contemplated, is sketched in the Paris edition of the "New York Herald," this being no less than a proposal by Mr. C. L. Hiker, a Brooklyn engineer, to dam the Labrador current as a cost of £38,000.000, and thus im prove the -climate conditions of the civilised world. All that Is needed, writes Mr. Riker, is to build a jetty about 200 miles long across the shoals extend ing eastward from Newfoundland, near Cape Race. This would stop the Labrador current, whose cclji is capable of maki ng . 2A&lt;MrooO"£qv»s of Ice every second, from running right into the Gulf Stream, whose heat is equal to the burning of 2,000,000 tons of coal every minute. They meet now on the Grand Banks, where the water is only about 250 feet deep. If such a jetty were built, the Lab rador current, coming down from the Arctic, would be turned east...