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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Church of England services will be held on Sunday next as follows : Swan- Hill; 11 and 7, Mr. Edwin Daniel. Ultima, 7, The Vicar. Little Murray (Maher's), 11; Nyah, 3: The Reader. SPRESBYTERIAN. Presbyterian Church services will be held on Sunday next as follows: -Swan Hill, 11 and 7; Goschen, 3: Roy. J. Downey, M.A. Piangil, 11; Wood Wood, 3; Bulga, 7.30: M4r. A. H. Stewart. Tyntynder South, 7.30, Mr. J. .W. Waters. METHODIST. Methodist Church services will he held on Sunday next as follows: Swan Hill, 11; Fish Point; 3; Lake Boga, 7: Rev. F. Flentje: Swan Hill; 7'Mr."L Le-Lievre. Mystic-Park, 11; Little Murray, 2.30; Yassam, 7: Mr. Finger. Goschen,- 3, : Mr. Williams. Kunat, 3, Mr. P. Castles. Nyah, 7, Mr. Pearse. Tyntynder station,. 11; Bulga road, 3; yntynder South, 7.30: Mr. Smith: SCHURCH OF CHRIST . Christ Church services will be held on Sunday next as' follows:--Swan Hill, 11, 3 and 7.30: Mr. S. Mudge., SALVATION ARMY. Meetings will be hel...
EVERY MAN, WOMAN, AND CHILD BOOKED. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
EVERY MAN, WOMAN, AND CHILD BOOKED. The first thing that strikes "the liberty-loving person when he settles down in Berlin, or even puts. up ata boarding-house for a short stayis the "Aumeldungspflicht," or duty of re porting oneself to the police. Before he has been in the house many hours he is presented with a printed form on which he is compelled to fill in all kinds of particulars about himself under penalty of a heavy fine and eventually imprisonment if he fails to do so, or if he writes down de tails which the police afterwards as certain to be untrue. First of.-all the newconfer1is a?o0 write? down his full name, the exact" date of his 'birthday, taename of the place in which lie was bornand the nature of his occupation. Then he must state what his "eligion is, and if he believes in none at all he 'must duly enter himself as an Infidel..Fur ther, he! mtist state what his nation ality is, and. whether he is in posses sion of a passport to prove his iden tity. These particular...
RATES OF POSTAGE. Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
S RATES OF POSTAGE. Commonwealth Letters.-For. every half ounce, or fraction thereof; ld. SLetter Cards.-Single, each, ld. Letter Cards.-Reply, each half, 4d. Postcards.-Single, ld. Posteards.--Reply, each half, id. -Printed Papers, as presoribed, per 2 oz or part of 2 o.,.jd. Books (printed outside Australia), 4 oz. or-partiof'4 oz.,-id. - Books (printedin :Australia), 8 soz.. or. part of 8 oz., id. ' Magazines, that is toisay. (a), Maga zines, Reviews, Serials,: and other simi lar publioations: printed, and: published in_ Australia in -numbers at intervals not exceeding three months, per 8 oz. or ?t of 8. oz., id. - (b) Magazines, Reviews, Serials, and other similar publications (includ ing Newspapers) printed and published outside Australia in numbers at inter vals not exceeding three months,- per 4 oz. or. part of 4- oz., id. "Hansard," that is reports- of Par liamentary debates. printed., and pub lished by the authority of the Common wealth or. State, per 12 oz. or part of 12 o...
JOHN LEE'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
JOHN LEE'S DREAM. Sentenced to death for the murder of Emma. Keyse, lady-in-waiting to the late Queen Victoria, at Babbicombe, near Torquay, John Lee was brought out fcr execution in. Exeter Gaol on February.25,.1885. Overnight Lee had dreamt that three attempts would be made -to carry out the sentence, but that all three would prove unsuccess ful, and his life be preserved. He re vealed this to Warder Bennett, 'who reported the circhmstance- to the go vernor of the prison. All possible pre caution -was taken; but, nevertheless, Lee escaped the gallows. SEverything having been made ready, Lee stood on the trap of the gallows, which had just recently been erected. The signal was given; and Berry, the executioner, pulled the lever-'but ?the trap refused to fall! The: faces of: all present-expressed be wEderment. Berry gave the lever an other feverish' pull, :and the warders on either side stamped upon the trap; but jt would not nmove. Lee was. then marched off, with_ the dap- still ov...
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
:iPOSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Mails are received and despatched at the Swan Hill Post Office as follows : MAILS CLOSE For Melbourne, Bendigo, Mitiamo, Pyramid Hill, Koragg, Mystic Park, and Lake Boga daily at 11.25 a.m. For Burra, Broomhead's, Lockhart's, O'Brce's, Youngiera, Euston, Narrung Bumbang and Mildura on Tuesdays and Fridays at 5.45 p.m. For Tyntynder South, Tyntynder Sta tion, Tgntynder West, Bruoe's, Nyah, Wood Wood and P1iangil on Sundays at 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays at 5.45 p.m. For Goschen Lalbert Road, Mumble Plains and Lafbort on Mondays, Wed naesdays and Fridays at 8.45 a.m. For Bulga, M'Naughton's, Algie's, Standen's and M'Lean's on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 p.ni. SFor Mallain, Cunninyeuk, Jeffrey's and Moulamein on Tuesdays and Fri days at 7 a.m. For Albrecht's, Nesbitt's, Liewah, Neild's, Yanga, Stony Crossing, .Hos. burgh's, Holmes', Wakool, Stenning's, Condoulpe, Finlay's, Spinks', M'Clel land's, O'Riley's, Cannally. and Bal ranald on Mondays, . Wednes...
THE LAND OF TAXES. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
: THE' LAND"OF TAXES. "Everything inJ Japan is, taxe'd.-There are stamps on all bank cheques, and when you l?ay your bill youir receipt has a stamp. Every business is tax ed according to the amount of its vol-: ume, and every peddler, chauffeur, and jinriksha., man pays a license:. There :is. a. tax on medicines, on sake and liquors :and on Japanese soy, the sauce which the people use with their food:, All incomes pay taxes, aniid these grow? with the amount of one's.proper-i ty. There are about 8,000,000 famil ies in Japan. and all are expected to pay a certain percentage if they make more 'than £35 a- year. There are, of course, taxes on lands, which .now run from 3 per cent. upward. to 17 per cent., accordinig to the class of the land; There are inheritance tales, mininig taxes, taxes on stock exchan ges, and the issue of bank-notes. There are customs duties on every thing imported, and there is a special tax on travellers, whether they .go by steamboat, steam train, or an electr...
JOHN LEE'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
JOHN LEE'S DREAM. Sentenced to death for the murder of Emma. Keyse, lady-in-waiting to the late Queen Victoria, :at Babbicombe, near. Torquay, John Lee was brought out. fcr execution in: Exeter Gaol on February 25,.1885. Overnight'Lee had dreamt that three attempts would be made -to carry out the sentence, but that all three would prove unsuccess ful, and his life be preserved. He re vealed this to Warder Bennett, 'who reported the circhmstance- to the go vernor of the prison. All possible pre caution -was taken; but, nevertheless, Lee escaped the gallows. SEverything having been made ready, Lee stood on the trap of the gallows, which had just recently been erected. The signal was given; and Berry, the executioner, pulled the lever-'but ?the trap refused to fall! The: faces of: all -present-expressed be wEderment. Berry gave the lever an other feverish' pull, :and the warders on either side stamped upon the trap; but it would not ,move. Lee was. then marched off, with the 'calp stil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
Swan .i Timber Yard. S (Late DRUMMOND and SNELL). S THE, BUSINESS 18 NOW BEING CARRIED ON BY RALPH M. I RUIn IOD, S SOLE PROPRIETOR; IN- ALL ITS BpBANOHES. =-o R.M.D. trusts to merit the name patronage as .shown-to.. the firm in the. past.- -0- TIMBER I TIMBER I -of-all Desorlptions Stooked. 1RONMONGERYi WIRE NETTING, BARB & PLAIN WIRE. ----0-- BuIlding and Contraoting. S . Pluhmbing. - GALVANIZED CORRUGATED IRON. - LJ.ride-rta-1er. FUNERALS CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. o-- NIEW PERFEOTION KER.QSENE STOE. IX.L. COOKING 8TO6VYE. ALSTON'Sf"WINDMILLS. S Agent for New Zealaid ,iinirance Compay, - Norwich VUnion Fire Insurance Go -0 N0TE THE ADDRES: SM;Crae . ::Street, . Swan . Hill. Iftitelook ad Caie, . OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, PALL ;A .L, BElNDI0O. And at OASTLEMAINE. -a- --TELEPXONES~.--b BENDIGO-648 and 844. CASTLEMAINE--110. 0... ... Tailors, Mercers, Hatters, and Leading Bootmen. SELF-MEASUREMENT FORMS AND AN ABUND ANOE OF BAMPLES SENT ON APPLICATION. CARRIAGE PAID ...
NYAH & DISTRICT ASSOCIATION Wood Wood v. Plangil. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
NYAH-a DISTRICT ABBOCIATION Wood Wood v. Plangl. The opening matches in connection with, the above association= took' p lace on Saturday when Piangil met Wood Wood on the latter's ground. A good number of supporters: from each club followed their respective teams, and a keen even contest was expected However, all doubts as to the result were soon .set at rest, for in the first quarter the local boys got a move on -a'nd' kickedc 6 goals 10 behinds 'to their opponents' -nil.: 'The second quartel' was more .evenly balanced. Iiangil scoring 2 2-goals. I1 behind- to Wood: Wood 2-goals 2 behinds. The third quarter- was a repitition of the first, the locals scoring 5 goals '5 be hinds to nil. In 'the final quarter the Piangil boys played very determined, and unnecessary .roughness and heat was exhibited, and it may be welt to remind players that the officials in con nection with-tthe above association are determined .to deal severely with offenders. -When the final bell rang the scores wer...
EMPIRE DAY. Tyrrell Downs School. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
:EMPIRE DAY. TP eIll Downs Soliool. FROM OUR CORRESPONDBNT. Empire Day celebration was held at the school. house on the 22nd May, and took the form of a children's con cerk_ The usual ceremony of hoisting and saluting the flag was performed, and the head teacher (Mr. Wheeler,) delivered a patriotic Address to the children. The children then adjourned to the echool, where a very lengthy programme of songs and recitations was gone througlh. It was quite a teat to hear the children singing their vari ous parts, and it showed that great pains had been taken by the teacher, and the children themselves, to come to such perfection. There are home sweet and lovely voices amongst the little girls attending this school. Very noticeable was. the singing of "Sylvia" by two little dots, May and Grace Um bers. Mr. OQ'Shannassy, the corres pondent of the school committee, was present, and delivered a patriotic ad dress to the children on the history and building up of the.British Empire, and the; ...
FEDERAL ISSUES. LEGISLATORS AT PLAY. CONTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
FEDERAL ISSUES. LEGIOLATORS AT PLAY. SBoyond all doubt the Federal Parlia. ment stands lower in public', esteem than it did. To a certain extent its fall was inevitable. No church, no. so ciety, no organisation ever did, or ever wih do, all that enthusiasts expect when they found it. Moreover, at the outset each of the States sent the ablest of its politicians to one or other of the Commonwealth Houses. When men like Barton, Braddon, Deakin, King ston, Playford, Reid and Turner were removed by promotion to the bench, sickness, death or other happening, there were no State members of the same calibre to take their place. More over, men of mark outside Parliament had begun to realise that to spend the greater part of the year in a political capital.remote from their homes, means complete sacrifice of business or pro-. fessional interests. But from time to time, :and notably during the past year, the- Federal Houses have lost public esteem by gratuitous displays of narrow party feeling...
BOGA SPORTS. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
BOCA SPORTS, THE HANDICAPS. The following handicaps have been . -lared for the abovesporta, to be held on Monday next, 8th June :- Sheffield Handicap. SYds&lt; Yds G. Pepper ... 10 S. Donnelly :., 14 E. Boys ... 40 E. Garsed ".. 14J H. Pepper ... 11 J. H. Dunstan 14 C. 0. Wilson... 11 J. Brilliant ... 15. W. S. Stewart12 H.A. Pepper... 15 J. R. Stewart..:12 C. 'King ' ... 16 H. Murray :... 121 W. Tripcony ... 18 H. Stewart ... 13 Novice Baee. E. Boys_ ... 3 F. Wilson a .: 8 H. Murray ... 5 W. Tripcony.'.. 9 S. Donnelly ... 6k F, Smith ... 9 E. Garsed ... . A. Wilson .. .9 H. A. Pepper;...7 3J. Wilson .., 9 0. King ... 8
COURSING. SWAN HILL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
S COURSING. SWAN HILL CLUB. The second coursing meeting of the Swan Hill Coursing Club for the present season was held on the plumpton. on Wednesday afternoon under most favor able circumstances. The weather was pleasant, and there was a large attendance. Coursing is going ahead by leaps and bounds in this district, and great interest is being taken in the local club's meetings. A noticeable feature was the increasing number of ladies who attended. The hares were strong and well trained, and some good courses were witnessed. Only five hares were killed out of thirty-two. Two stakes were run off yesterday, the Ted Binna' Stakes for sixteen all-aged dogs and the Bo~a Plate for sixteen puppies. The deciding course for the former was contested by Goldsmith Lady anid Lady's Man. The latter led up to the hare and put in some good work, and eventually won by 31 point.. Goldsmith Lady was at a disadvantage in having to run an undecided course in the first ties, and had a gruelling course in...
Egg Jelly for Invalids. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
Egg Jelly for Invalids. Half' an ounce of gelatine, .three quarters of a pint of water, one ounce of sugar, rind and juice of half, a lemon, one fresh egg. Soak the gela tine in cold water for some time be fore you make the jelly. When soft ened, dissolve ini a pan with the sugar and lemon rind. Melt it down grad- ally and boil for a minute; have the egg beaten up. Let the gelatine cool; add, lemon juice. Pour over whisked egg and mix all together for sonime time.
FOOTBALL. SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. Lake Boga (5.10) beat Fire Brigade (2.9). [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
FOOTBALL. SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. Lake Boga (5.10) beat Five Brigade (2.9). The match between the above teams on Wednesday at Boga turned out to be a most disappointing one from a spec tator's point of view. The game -was excedingly rough throighbut;,mainly, owing to the bad judgment of the field umpire, Roper. It was: simply a scramble after' the first half of the play, and a most uninteresting: match to witness. The final scores were: Lake Boga, 5 goals 10 behinids (40 oints); Fire Brigade, 2 goals 9 be. i n ds (2 1 p o in ts ) . ' r . i d - Imperial v. Fire Brigade. The next match will be between` the above teams at the show grounds on Wedntsday, 10th June. This match will lrmminv h th i e r nprd runind.
Deep Breathing. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
Dreep Brathin IThe value of --deep breathing .in cases ?of`bronlchitis is not gnerally appreciated The following exercises Staken out-of-doors or ~in a wvell-ventila ted roomn will be "found a'. most valu Sable factor 'n the treatment:-Stand erect, weight forward, head and chest .up. Take. slowly a full deep breath. Then, without retaining it, exhale gently until the lungs are as nearly empty as possible. Do this from four to ten. .times, deptnding upon your strength, and repeat every. hour? if possible. ' .
GOLF. MONDAY'S TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
GOLF: MONDAY'S TOURNAMENT. The following entries have been re ceived :for the local °golf club's tournh ment onMonday next: .oGents'. ?singles, 18 holes, 10 a ?n. Dr.:.Plante; Messrs.. Harris, Evans, Ros drow; Wilkinson,; Beatty, DavieS, Whit taker, Skene, Wright, Brownlow, Rowe, White, Arnott, Bowe, and Mackay. Ladies' singles; 9 holes, 11.30 a.m. Misses Drunmiond, Patterson, Kinnear, D. Patterson, Gray, J. Connell, Wilkins, L. Connell, Mesdames Bell, Plante, R, Chisholmn and Skene. Mixed foursomes, 9 holes, 2 p.m. Misses Drummond, Patterson, Kinnear, D. Patterson, Gray, J. Connell, Bar wick, L. Connell, Wilkins, Mesdames Bell, Bambrick, Plante, R. Chisholm and Skene. Dr. Plante, Messrs. Evans, Roscrow, Whittaker, Wilkinson, Rowe, Beatty, Davies, Skene, Wright, White, Brownlow Arnott and M'Kay. Gents' approaching and putting com petition, 4 p.m.-Dr. Plante, Messrs. Evans, Whittaker, Beatty Davies, Rowe, Skene, Wright, Brownlow and Arnott. Ladies' approaching and putting com petitio...
WOMAN'S WORLD. WHAT AM I REALLY LIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
WOMAN'S WORLD. WHAT AM I REALLY LIKE. It is astrange but undeniable fact that most people hardly e er hear their own voices. You may think that this sounds absurd, for you w11 sup pose that you can't help hearing your self when you are constantly speak ing. But you will realise that: it is true if you remember what a shock it is to you, when you happen to be speaking in a roomful of talking peo ple, and they all suddenly stop talk ing, leaving your voice going on alone. A thing of this kind gives you a great start, because the voice sounds so strange and unfamiliar. It is also a very great surprise to bear yourself m)micked. You are al most certain to exclaim, "Who is that meant for?" and other people- who are present will laugh and say, "Why, it is exactly like you,-don't you re cognise it?" and then you realise how deaf to your own voice you have bden for many years You never see your own face ei ther, except in a photograph ,and that is why a: photograph is always some thing of '...
To the Gouty. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 4 June 1914
To the' Gduty2 For those who are .liable to attacks of gout, it is an excellent rule to re-', duce the allowance of butcher's meat, especially beef, taking it no oftener than once a day, and preferably at midday instead of in the evening. Di gestion goes on very slowly, if at all, during the hours of sleep, and the habit of eating meat at late dinner or supper is one of the chief causes tend ing to gout and rheumatism of the gouty type. Industry is essential to happiness and idleness is the friend of unhappi ness and ennui. Certain persons al ways will and always have existed who find employm.?nt distasteful. They are endowed with an indolent disposition, and enjoy nothing more than complete immunity from work and responsibility. Their intense dis like of work of all descriptions en ables them to be ever ready with what they are pleased to consider an adequate excuse. They "did not know," they "thought it had been done," they "believed it was to be done tomorrow," it was "too hot" o...