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Orange Blossoms. SMAIL—LOTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Orange Blossoms. ? ? « ? V SMAtL— LOTTON. 1 The marriage of Mr T. Smail, elec tFica.l-engineer in .the^ Victorian Rail-. , ^ay,;; of: Mectim ;t st|eet| Iklbiert Pa,rk, Jritirl JJiss^^^te J^ttd^.Miaughter of the late Mr T. Lotton, of ' Corna kill,' Briagolong, took place on Tues day. November 7, at the residence of the bride s sister, Mrs A H. B. Kelly, 'The Snuggery,' Briagolong. The ceremony. s^as performed by the Rey. Hoopfer, J^'thodij^ cler^ma'ii- JThe bride, '^b6 was^gjren awa^ ;byi'her brother, Br .1. ^tton, ^as',f beau- tifully attired' in an exquisite * gown of embroidered muslin, trimmed with lace and satin and wore a wreath and veil. A bouquet of white carnations and maiden hair fern was carried. The bridesmaid, Miss Ruby Davison (niece of the bride) wore a dainty frock of embroidered muslin and car ried a posy of red carnations and maiden hair fern. The bride's travel lingi dgess was a grey tailor-made co|t|r)o!ej% #rd with,'?: pinlc| i?oSe£|^J|r Stpfeara acted i&...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

The Tpia-'. J] Wilari was an outsider. AtStaweU six men drew a Derby sweep amqug-f^ themselves, deciding to take t«.o (2) horses each, but found that six into. 13; wouldn't go evenly. So they agreed. | after some argument, to discard one | hopeless prad, and draw the remain- i ing.12. As all resolved that. Wilari was the, biggest rotter of the lot, thev left' her out. Now the man who drew Cisco wants to know whether he is first or second. Once in a way the :Me!bourne Stakes, gives the publ;c an awfol sur-. prise, as when Peru (at 16 to 1) beat Moolton (7.to 2 on) three years ago. Last year Son of the Marsh won, witli odds of 12 to 1 against . him. The market price was false, seeing that Son of the Marsh was notoriously a top-iuitcher over 10 furlongs. But preity often the favorite wins, and always it is a good Cup test for the really honest champions. Look at Trafalgar's record ! In 1909 he ran second to Alawa (the favorite) in the Stakes, and they finished secoud and fourth respect...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

i — — — Neils Jorgensen, ?Agent for Windmills and Pumps of all Descriptions. v Tanks Built to Order. Estimates given for all General Work and Repairs. Agent for — : 1.IX SIPA'RAT «S. v 1907 Model. Ball-Beuring. ? Made iu 7 sizes — 14 to lOSgals. per hour. Skimming Capacity Guaranteed. Price and Quality Defy Competition. ' Easy to Turn. Easy to Cleau.- Easy to Pay For'. SALE SPORTS DEPOT . RAYMOND ST., SALE, For all Sporting Goods. ?CRICKET, TENNIS, GLF; ETC.'; B.L. GUNS from £1 -15s. High Grade FISHING- TACKLE. ' EXPRESS ' Gun Cartridges. B. CHERRY; Proprietor. A. Boucher, Family Butcher, Tyers Street, Stratford. Only the Primest Quality Meat Supplied. Small Goods Fresh Daily. . . ' . Families Waited on for Orders. W. KINNA, BOOT & SHOE MAKER, DIXON ST, STRATFORD. - Repairs Neatly and Promptly Executed. Boots and Shoes of all descriptions made to order. Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. Boot and Shoe Laces, Polishes of all kinds and,colors. ; . ? Note Address.— Dixon' St., Str...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

- ? / ?' 1 Startling Announcement THE WAR HAS jSXT AFFECTED THE' PRICES OF GOODS AT THE '? ' wtLL-KNOWN 'Raymond street- store. SUMMER SEASON 1911. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ZEPHYRS (Plain -and Striped), DELATES, ''VOILES. CAMBRICS, TAFFETA, v CREPON, CREPE MERLE, ETC. A FINE DISPLAY OF BLOUSE A ED DNESS LENGTHS, UNDERSKIRTS, BLOUSES . UNDERCLOTHING.- INFAKTS' DRESSES, ETC. SOMETHING NEW ! ^ - .?. VUilOUlO. PRICE AND QUALITY UNSURPASSED' - : 1 - 1 \ v - TMTTT T TNP'RY- , - GOOD VAjlUE IN THIS I - , Mi-L-LlJNi^K j. The Stock is new and: ;Up-to-Date, ? including ^ancy -Straws, Roses,. , 1 Grasses, Etc. Also a Large Assortment of Childrens' ? and Maids* Kats. ? ? ? ' - ? - ? ... .... ? ? - I Special Saturday Offer. ? ? - I ...? 'I* ^ ? -trrty ? ? ''-rTjj-— -7*,; | A. Specil offer of Clothing will be made for One Day , a- ; ? , . ' Ouly. Saturday, November 17. ? ?The offer is only for One Day and cannot, be extended.. - . y ; ? . Clothing of all kihds at Greatly Reduced Prices. . : \ - ' To...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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CORRESPONDENCE. MECHANICS INSTITUTE TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

' CORRESPONDENCE. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.' ~i i To Tins Editor - - Sik, — I notice by vour icpoit of the committee,- meeting' of 'tlie 'Me^lianics' In stitute .that ^.Hs 'i^tGud^itq'.'ere^ ^.i&ldii^/f.and'-,tijttt*^fhe5^^ofsthe^rdi? po&e'd additions is to amount' to £500*. I consider, that: the Scheme is -altogether, too .-.elaborate, -.and tuu gTa'd to .see that ui; icaot ? uvu ., 01 iue L'y/jiiiiiciee ? are ?against-;/ such a useless ?expenditure. The idea of putting in a- billiard- table is, ; without doubt. a.?good .one, , and should prove a great financial success, but. why squander £500 when tt he project- could be carried' 1 h rough fov half that amount ? --Vhn.t, is uequii-ed. is' ;a 100m at the rear of the reading room, so that members c.-u Id enjov a little privacy: and- have ;i quiet..- game: without. every Tom,,';Dick- aud. Harry intruding. A suitable room could be erected -for, say, £100, and ' a t?ood table: and iittines could- be- procured for another £1...

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Stratford Shakespearian Society. PAPER ON THE CRISPIAN SPEECH. HENRY V., ACT IV., 3. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Straitford ..Shakespearian '? Society. N 1 PAPER ON THE CR1SPLVN | SPEECH. Hinry V., Act IV., 3. 11^- f ^.^'laVv-'Johiison 'at~tlie last niect iu'g o'fr the above : — _ - ? 'Henry V. contains more well-known speeches of. any length -than any other of Shakespeare's plays. . Hamlet, . irac betli,. Othello and Ltomeo- and ' .Juliet probably contain more- sentences that have passed into quotations used daily, - but, as I say, Henry V. heads tlio list for splendid speeches. , . One, the Bee speech,- we nave naa an exceueuu pupor 011 'to-night. Another, -where Henvy describes to the Governor of Calais the devastation caused by war was referred to-by Mrs Graham in her most interest- ... ing- paper at last meeting-, as one of the best descriptions of war in our language. Another, .Henry's - speech before the walls ?'* of ; Harflisur, is almost as well lenown- (and deservedly so) as 'Gotl Save .the King,' and is quite as . .. stir ringly ' patriotic'. ' 0 God of Bat ties ? Steel; 'f etc.,' H...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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PEDESTRIANISM. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

PlDESTRIANISM. The contest for the sprint cham pionship of the world, between 'Jack' Donaldson, the holder of the title, and Arthur B. Postle, was de cided at the exhibition oval on Mon day night, the result being that Donaldson still retains the title, The competitors had to face a slight head wind, but the grass was in excellent running order. The 100 yards event was splendidly contested. Both run uers got away well at the start, and in the first 50 yards Postle gained a lead of about 2ft. Donald drew level at 75 yards and then took the lead, winning by six inches Time, 9 3-5 sees. Postle retaliated by annexing the 80 yards race, bis favorite dis tance, by a foot, in 7 4-5th sec. The 110 yards was a magnificent race. For nearly 30 yards the two men raced abreast. Postle then forged to the front and at the halfway mark had a slight advantage. Ruuning with fine dash he gained a lead of a foot at 80 yards, Donaldson came | with a magnificent spirt and at 100 1 yards the men were raci...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Crickbt. A meeting of the Gippsland Cric ket Association was held at the Maffra Hotel, Maffra, on Friday night, Mr Percy Ryan in the chair. Representatives present were Messrs Breheny (Shamrock, Sale). Smith I (Stratfcrd), and Ryan (MafEra), the Sale Cricket Club not being repre sented, owing to the annual meeting not yet being held. The rules of the association as last year were adopted for the coming season. A trophy has been awarded by Mr Wardrop of Collingwood, for competition. The season's matches were arranged as follow First Round. Nov. 30. — Stratford v. Sale. ' — Maffra v Shamrocks. Dec. 7. — Sale v. Maffra. - — Shamrocks v. Stratford. Dec. 14. — Maffra v- Stratford. — Shamrocks v. Sale. 21— Stratford v. Shamrocks. | — Maffra t. Sale. Jan. 11. — Sale v. Shamrocks. — Stratford v. Maffra. 18. — Sale v. Stratford. — Shamrocks v. Maffra. Second Rouwd. Feb. 1. — Sale v. Stratford. — Shamrocks ▼. Maffra. 15 — Maffra v. Sale. — Stratford v. Shamrocks. 22. — Stratford v. Maffra. — ...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Dargo. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Dargo. (From our own Correspondent.) Under the influence of drier weather the repairs effected to the Dargo road by the Avon Shire Council are con solidating and with a little judicious expenditure in maintainance should result in a much better road than we have previously been blessed with. It is generally conceded that the system of effecting repairs by day labor ie more advantageous than the contract system. Both candidates for the North Gipps land seat in the Legislative Assembly recently visited this district and ad dressed meetings of electors in the Mechanics' Institute. Each' have a number of supporters and voting on polling day should be pretty e^en. The Crooked River Dredging Co. are prospecting the river above Wat'erford with a view to moving their dredge lower down if prospects are favorable. The. Government battery which has been located near Dargo for some time is about to be removed to Grant, where it is hoped it will help to be the means of causing a revival of the q...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Briagolong. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Briagolong. A man named Michael Bourke, aged 43, and who has been for years engaged by the Railway- Department as a fencer was taken into Maffra from Briagolong on Friday last for medical attention. On Saturday Dr Bona ordered his removal to the Hos pital, but shortly afterwards he was seized with a fit of coughing and in ternal hemorrhage ensued, which re sulted in his death in a few minutes. Constable Steedman wired to the Road master at Sale asking that deceased's relatives be communicated with, but a reply was received that there were no relatives in Australia; so Constable , Steedman arranged for - interment, 'which took place on Sunday afternoon, Father O'Connor officiating at the graveside. Several young lads were brought before the Children's Court at Maffra on Friday morning last charged with placing obstacles on the Briagolong railway line. Doubtless it was done in a spirit of mischief, the serious consequence ot sucli an act being over looked at the time. However, Mr Harr...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Sport in General. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Sport in General. ? : ? V ? Rifle Shooting. The monthly committee meeting of the Stratford Rifle Club was held last Friday, Captain Carter in the chair: Accounts in connection with the recent social were passed for payment, showing a deficit of 12s. The matter of the formation of a ladies' rifle club was discussed and. also the erection of a miniature rifle range, but it was decided that' no action betaken till after the holidays. Members are requested to note that entries for matches to be fired on the 23d and 25th inst. close on Mon day next. On Thursday -next, November 23, two matches will be fired off, on the local range, by members of the Strat ford Rifle Club, as follow : — 1st Class Match, 400 and 500 yards ; 1st prize, trophy valued 10s 6d (presented by Mr R, Dunston) ; second prize, 5s ; third prize, 5 packets cartridges. 2nd Class Match, 400 and 500 yards ; 1st prize, trophy valued 10s 6d (presented by Mr A. L. Johnson ; second 5s ; third 5 packets cartridges.

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Sale District Teadhers' Association. ADDRESS BT THE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Sale District Teadhers' Association. — ? ♦— ? .. Address bt the Peesidekt. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above association was held in the Sale Technical School on Saturday November 4th — Mr Daley being in the chair. The State School Teachers' Union intimated that they intended to. pub lish a paper, ' The Teacher,' which would be the official oigan of the Union Mr Daley gave an address on the requirements of the new programme. Hitherto it has been the practice to make the promotions directly after the schools are examined. ! As these examinations took place in some schoo's early in the year, while in others the examintion was held in November or December, the school year has varied. Next year a change is to be made. All schools will com mence their years' work in January and finish in December. The examin ation may take place at any time, but the children will be examined only in the work they have been taught. The teachers will need to keep an ex act record of the work they h...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Commercial. STRATFORD STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

'l^Gjpmmercial. f-[ . . - STRATFORD STOCK MARKET. Messrs.^ T! B. Little and Co. held their --«^tlal fortnightly stock sale on Monday last, when there was a fairly good yarding of sheep, and an excep tianally big yarding of fats; also a good number of stores and springers. Owing to shearing operations there was rather a poor attendance of buyers for sheep. A fair proportion of the fat cattle were ^sposed.ofjjightwt.'i^ht ^tuff selling to best advantage.' ffat heifers, on account of Mr C. Stewart, sold to £0 10s ; fat cows, on account Mr H. Bayles, to £5 10s; pens, on account or Messrs W. Biddle and Martin were uleared at sat'isfactery pricesr - -A— fOT-proportiejn. .of the.young cattle and sjirinsors yarded were sold at prices satisfactory to venr dors^-the-latter-makin g.£ 5 — Cow&.sald to £0 10s. A fair percentage of sheep were disposed of at satisfactory prices. Fat ewes (shorn) brought 10s, while other lines sold up to former quota tions. A mixed line of ewes and lambs we...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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MYSTERIOUS CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

MYSTERIOUS CALLS. The canonisation of Joan of Arc has been made the subject of an in teresting article by the Reverend A. N. Cooper, Vicar of Filey, who, in deal ing with the mysterious voices which impelled the 'Maid of Orleans' to rally the French army and attack the English forces, mentions two modern instances in which sudden irresistible 'calls' has suddenly diverted the cur rents of human lives — 'When, some years ago, Mr. As quith made the -sensational appoint ment of Doctor Lang to the See of York naturally inquiries were made irto his past. It was known he had not been intended for the Church. After gaining a fellowship at All Souls College, Oxford, young Lang read for the Bar. He kept his terms and ate his dinners down to the very eve of his call, and on that evening a telegram was received at Lincoln's Inn cancelling all engagements, giv ing up the Bar, and stating he was about to enter Holy Orders. What had brought the change? A family living or parental pressure? Neithe...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Canny ''' MrT' Wallace, attacking - party in the most successful Divorce Court melodrama ever staged in Mel bourue, was qui^fTS married in the tMother day The OrtA ft ft hfcn^Wrire lountry lass, with a whole gralfary of beans. How's this for a ride ! Ernest , {tMnmlajpbnth of 18, recently rode a | hy fr^mJBalisbury, on the Williams rover to Crow's Nest, near Toowoomba (Q), a distance of 633 miles, in 14 days. The nag looked very little the worse for his long trip, bo nell did the youngster nnrse him.

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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PEACE AND COMFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

PEACE AND COMFORT. Probably every one of us has his or her opinion as to the ideal . conditions of peace and comfort; but- how many of these ideals, if analysed, would be really complete? Most people, if ask ed suddenly to give the meaning of these two words, would lay too much stress on tne abolition of some pecu liar discomfort from which they have to suffer. And yet how many conditions really go to make up this ideal state? So many that it is hopeless to expect to enjoy them all, and we must ever rest satisfied with attaining to as many as possible. Perfect peace without comfort is as impossible as is true comfort without peace. And yet they are very differ ent. Peace is a state of mind only in directly affected by material surround ings, whereas comfort is almost en tirely dependent on outward physical conditions. In other words, peace springs from within, comfort from without. And since it comes from with, in, peace cannot be artificially crea ted; it must be born naturally. Bu...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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MELBOURNE MARKETS FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

MELBOURNE MARKETS PAT sheep. 38,000 yarded, comprising 280 trucks and 5080 by road. The mar ket was practically unaltered. Prime heavy crossbreds met with the addi tional competition of a buyer for Western Australia, consequently prices -f-w-«iehr-ruled-firm~ P,rinie_serrieeable veight wethers were in good request, : Especially- in ,merinoe6 from Riverina, and for 6uch prices advanced about 6d. per head. The bulk of ,the supply, ? however, consisted of second and useful grades, principally ewes, and in this division prices fluctuated from about late rates to slightly firmer. Extra fat heavy ewes were in dull request. ?Quotations Prime crossbred wethers, from 12/9 to 18/6 ; extra do. do., from 1-4/3 to' 15/9; good do. do., from 11/ to -i-ii/fry-pnme-eFossbred-eweSj-irain 9/6 to 10/6 ; extra do. do., from 11/3 to 12/9 ; good do, do., from 7/9 to 9/ ; others, from 6/; prime meriilo wethers, from 11/ to 12/3 ; extra do. do., 12/6 to 13/, ||gJidr'do| da, from 9/9 10/6 ; second, 7/ : witm...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

MELBOURNE WOOL SALES     Younghusband,-Row - and' Co., con-   tinued their Melbourne wool sales last week, when the following local lots were disposed of : — ABC over Stratford, 1 bale (greasy) 9¾d, l bale 8½d, 2 bales 9¼d, 1 bale 7¾, 1 bale (pieces and bel- lies) 6d.   The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Limited, report: — We offered another good catalogue at our sale on Wednesday, totalling 4,382 bales. Our top price for merino was   12¾d, paid for a small lot, branded JLW (in circle) from 'the Horsham dis- trict. The market ruled very firm at last weeks rates, competition being very keen and general, both Yorkshire   and Continental buyers securing a share of the catalogue. Merinoes, showing quality, and light-conditioned come   backs, are most keenly competed for, whilst good lines of bulky necks, broken and pieces are selling at the highest point of the season. Mixed lots of ...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 17 November 1911

Residents of the dietrict who send Xmas greetings to friends at home are reminded that the last mail which will reach the United Kingdom this side of Xmas will close at the Stratford post office at 3.15 p.m. on Tuesday, Novem ber 21. This mail i6 due in London on December 23. Arrangements have been made to shoot oft' for all articles not already shot for that ^ere offered for competition at the recent Church of England Fete, on Monday, November 27, at 8 p.m., at' the Parish Hall. On Saturday last the Celestial who supplies the local householders with vegetables had a sensational experience. John was climbing into the cart after serving a customer, when his horse took fright and bolted down the main street. When the animal made the first bound the unfortunate owner left in a ^urry, being thrown to the road way with great violence, sustaining a deal cf damage to his nasal organ. The horse was brought to a standstill before he had done, any further damage, i A telephone: office has bee...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Ice For His Brow. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 24 November 1911

Ice For His Brow. Richard Bennett was dolefully shak. | ing his -head. 'I've just been putting ice on the brow of my best friend,' he explained, 'e is threatened with brain fever, poor fellow. The effort of trying to fathom the workings of a woman's mind was too «much for him. He was just about to expend his last farthing- on a 'month of fresh air for his wife, when — well, this is what he babbled as I sat at his bedside: — ? ''John, will you remember to water | i the flowers in the porch boxes every day?' ''Yes, dear; I'll see that they are j properly moistened regularly.' ' ''And the fern in the dining-room. ! You know it will have to be sprayed about three times a week.' . ' 'I'll remember it.' . ''I'm afraid you'll forget the can ary and let the poor little thing starve.' ''Don't worry about the bird, dear; I'll take good care of him.' ' 'But I feel sure you'll forget about keeping the curtains drawn so that things won't all be faded when I get back.' ' 'Don't give yourself a mo...

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