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LAND LEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
LAND LLASED, 1430 acres at Coree account P SI'Namar& 51 Li acres al 1'iuc Lodge account David Treahy 91G acres at Yarraivonga accouut 1' Cahill 000 acres at Ulupua accouut J If Smith .191 acros at Waaiu accouut executors D H Hawker's estate 411 acres at Strahmertou accouut G J M'Keuua 410 aores at Muckatah account Mrs Duffy 464 acres at Tuugamah accouut Airs C M'Grath 34!) acrcs at Muudoona account exors Jas Young 320 acres at Katunga account Jas Loan 320 aires at Nariug account M \Vu.l«ih 320 acres at Bundaloug account J A ilanrahau 320 acrcs at Mooroopna West account P llakor 312 acres afc lSyrnoside account Mrs A Lynch 300 aerc3 at Duubulbalauc account G Corn ford 317 acres at Telford account Mrs Maxwell 214 acre3 at Youatimite account G Corn ford 100 acres at Nariug account J Patterson 40 acres parish of Katunga 90 acres at Sliepparton accouut G Clam pott 40 acres at Sheppartou accouut G H Levens 32 acrcs at Sheppartou account C L Holland 23 acrcs at Sliepparton account ...
Extensive Land Transactions IN GOULBURN VALLEY, NORTHEAST DISTRICT OK VICTORIA AND SOUTHERN RIVERINA MESSRS JOHN M'NAMARA & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
Extensive Land Transactions IN GOULBURN VALLEY, NORTH EAST DISTRICT OK VICTORIA AND SOUTHERN RIVERINA MESSRS JOHN M'NA-MARA & CO. Report having efljotcd (direct and in con junction with other agents, but nearly ull ilircct), the following land transactions since 1st December lust: LA.vd SOLD. llilli acres at Oaklands account G It M'Clelland to U W Cobbledick 070 acres at Wunnamurra N.S. W. account executors Petterson and Sargood to I) Elder tiliO acres at Bcrrigau account H Whitty to J. ltyan 610 acres at Berrigan account C 1'ox to W \V Tliornton GOO acres at t'iulcy, account D Graham to Mr Maxwell G40 acres at Yalca account G Jackson to T M'Carthy G30 acres at Arcadia account \Y Thomas to J Huut 502 acres at Ulupna estate late J Itobison to NY Williams 050 acres at Einley account E Brown to A R Campbell 5-13 Acres at Yalca account H Lut/,2 to H Wilson 530 acres at Mundooua account G Dc G'root to J Loan 017 acres acres at Mooraboiil West ac count Morrissy Bros. ?ISO acres at...
St James v. Mulwala. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
St James'v. Mulwaln, The abovo toama met on the St James oval on Saturday, and spectators were rewarded with ft fiue exposition of an exciting game At half-time St James led by one point--, and at' three quarter time Mulwala bad an advan ta;>f! of two points-3.7 to 3.5. Tho visitors maintained their lead until a minute before time, when the home team scored a goal with a running shot. Final scores; - St James, 5 qoala 5 behinds; Mulwala, -1 goals 7 behinds. Siturday's fixtures : - Mulwslu v Yarrawouga, at Mulwala ] Benalla v St James at Bonalla, For Bronchial Coughs, take Woo2a' Gre^.6 Pepperrsiat CutSi la 8d
The Express. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914. Federal Ground of Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
THURSDAY, JUNE IS, 19U. Federal Ground of Battle. It is a pity that the Federal Parlia ment should -devote some of its last hours to discussion of a sort calcu lated to cloud the real issues on which the electors are to pronounce in two or three months. Let it be admitted that there is possibility of honest difference of opinion as to the interpretation of clause 57. More than that, let it be granted that Messrs Irvine and Hughes do honestly differ as to the meaning of its words, still the Governor General had studied the Consti tution and has decided in accor dance with his reading of the clause. Every Australian who gives a thought to Federal matters knows that the two test Bills were sub mitted with a definite purpose ; that parly leaders wrangled as to how If is Fxcellency would act : that, let him do what he would, he was bound to set aside the reasoning of the present Attorney-General or his predecessor in office. Whether the Governor-General was right or was wrong is a point ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL C'uuxca MEETIM; POSTI-OXEIJ.-The 'shire 8'CietHry notifies liy advertist monfc tbat tIn holding of ilio next nrdio'iry meeting of the Tungiimh Sliiio Council has been postponed B week. The .July sitting will there fore lie held 011 the lliib of that month. RAINFALL..-Light showers set in at an early hour on Monday morning, and during the d ly the outlook at times presiged a heavy downpour. Tho rain, however, pissed away, th* total -fall registering ouly 17 points, further ruu is urgently needed to save the crops from languishing, and to provide grass during the lambing seasou. LICENCES REDUCTION- BOAUD.-Ttio above board was to have opened iis Bilting3 at Yarrawongi on Monday last, but Mr Cuming was to ill to attend. Messrs B irr (chairman) and Lecke (the other members) then fore decided to atljiurr, the sitting until a Tuesday in July, the date of which will be announced as early as possible hi forehand. A suggestion by Mr Hirgrave that the sittings be ad journed u...
WLL[?]Y v. TELFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
WLLBY V. TELFOUD. The oponing match betweon tho above clubs, played at Wilby, re sulted, after a good game, in favor of the home teirn by 13 points. The final scores were: -Wilby, 4 goals 'j behinda; TelfordUurramino, 3 goals 2 behinda. The Gxtnres for nexb SUurday are : -Telford v. Tungamab, at Telford ; Wilby v. Bundalong at Wilby ; Lake Rowan a bye, Tungamab will be represented next Sitnrday by the following ;-Whimpey, Meyer, D-ily, Warfe, Kennedy, Lawrence, Potter, Clark, Nelson, Rt-illy, Ciiining, Saunders, Ltideman (2), T. Harrington, C. Harrington, Stovenson (2): Emergencies-J, Har rington, La Brocq and Ohurch.
SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. TUNGAMAH JUVENILES TO THE FORE. A NOTEWORTHY SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. TUNGAMAH JUVENILES TO THE FORE. A NOTEWORTHY SUCCESS. Undoniably, no entertainment of » pirochial nature appeals more to ..esidenta than one given by the pupils of a State school. So much z^al and zest are infused by the youngster? into the memorable ovent that sue c"?s, under assiduous tuition, is iu v iriably assured. The ontertainment ijiven on Wednesday evening of las' >vtek by the pupils of the Tungamab .S'ate school was no exception to the rule, for it must be classified as a thoroughly enjoyable function. H>a' ill-important factor, the weather, .v(is-as prognosticated by Madame Heller the pravioua week, whilst under the influence of hypnotism (or some other " ism")-threatening during the afternoon, but gradually cleired np, no rain f illing to damp the enthusiasm of the performers, or the good inten j liona of prospective patrons Once igain the seating accommodation of j the Mechanics' Hall proved woefully insuflicient, and the sale of tickets fo&g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS! T. ALLATT Begs to announce having completed opening up AUTUMN & WINTER GOODS. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT MISS DUNKLEY has charge of this department, which 5B fully stocked with the very LiteBt Noveltiea in Millinery. All New and Right Up-to-date. 03- FIRST SHOW - SATURDAY, MARCH 2S b. DRESS DEPARTMENT We have opened up a large range of Dreaa Fabrics, including Tweeds, Serges, Costume and Amazon Oloths, Winceys, etc. A very full range of Donegal Tweeds, Astrella Cloth, Cheviot and Coating Serges. Fall range of Trimmings. MISS EDSALL has now reBUined duties in the Dressmaking Department. ALSO SHOWING.- A Nice Selection ef LADIES' Jb CHILDREN'S COATS, including Silk Mackintoshes, HydrotiteB and Blanket Tweeds; also Ladies and Children's Golfers. A Complete Range ef MEN'S CLOTHING, SHIRTS Jrc., OVERCOATS (Hydrotites and Waterproof). SUITS MADE TO MEASURE,-Styles and Patterns-up to date. Patterns better than ever. BLANKETS, FLANNELS. CALICO, SH...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES © it @ &- tt s 1 a ft d INSURE WITH A TOTALLY AUSTRALIAN COMPANY Fire, Live Stock, Crops, Stacks, Personal Accident, . Employers' Liability, : . Etc.. All Information .will be Supplied by tlic Local Agent J, S. HILL New EH ALSTON'S 19)2 PATENT The Mt d is'u is of the simplest form, cni'sis'ieg of only Three 11 jving Paris, which arc entiiely unclosed ill a iln>t-pi"«-f casi- and ruu in ail nil Iu'li. Pitted throughout with SL&lt;el |; il which make it KMC tionhss, KoisiUss and Un wearable. Tl"' Sinipli s>. v troiifcft and Liyhtist Running Mill ever Manufactured. '.VBIT1C VOH CATALOG. Over 30,COO "Alston" Mills in vsc throughout Australia. S'S IMPROVED PA ss .STEEL FRAMED CALVAMHED STOCK TliOlil, The BEST TROUGH Ever Invented WILL NOT CRACK, LEAK, --3^ RUST, or ROT Packs in Small ipacc. Supplied In Ail Lengths THE CHEAPEST & MOST DURABLE TROUGH EVER INVENTED. Scud for Price List, JAMES ALSTON PATliXTICIi & MASVFACTUKEK. \V;n&...
METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
METHODIST. TUKUAMAII CIRCUIT - Tungamali 3 and 7.30, Uev Perkins; Deveniali 11, Mr Davis; Waggarandiill 3, Uev 1£. 0. Perkins; jjluwnrlun 2.30, Mr Ivsrville ; WaUville 11, Kcv li. U. Peikina. KATAMATITB CIKCUIT- ICatamutite 3, Mr J.ill'ray; 7.15 Mr Una; Dunbulbalano 11, Mr J affray, 7.15 Rev \V. H. Taylor; Yoirarang 11, Rev W. H. Taylor; Vouauinite 3, Uev \V, H Taylor (S).
PIGS AT BAROMETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
PIGS AT BAROMETERS. Prgbably the last thing one would expect to indicate changes in the wea ther is a pig's tail. The skipper of a Norwegian sailing ship, who usually has a porker or two on board says one could scarcely have a more reli able barometer. . When a weather dis turbance is coming 011, the tails of the pigs straighten out, and their ears droop. When the barometer gets be low 29.50, the pigs seek shelter, and the storm is-' pretty certain to burst within- five hours. But a high baro meter puts a beautiful twist in the tails,-and the ears stand jauntily stiff and with a trifle of a cant forward.
CONSTITUTIONAL VIGOR. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
CONSTITUTIONAL VIGOR. The first thing to look at is consti tutional vigor. IC the sow has a weak constitution she is undesirable and cannot be depended on to bring strong and vigorous stock, no matter what good qualities the boar to which she is bred may possess. The exter nal indications are a wide face, short ueclc, and good width between the just back of the fore legs. Those things indicate large heart and lungs which, if accompanied by a large stomach and broad loin, mark an animal that will 'be a good eater and a good as similator of the nutrient elements in the food consumed. These strong vital energies she will transmit to the pigs. The sows should have lione of good size as in dicated by the size of the leg, and be short between the joinls of the legs, if die legs are short aiul straight, the sow can stand up well, but if long and crooked they are likely to be come weak and let her down. Weak ness of this kind is transmitted, and it is ail undesirable condition to have a lit...
WAGGARANDALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
WAGGARANDALL. (From a Correspondent.) Arbor Day was commemorated at the Slate .school 011 Friday, ]2th insfc. The trees wliicli have been planted on different Arbor Days have made splendid growth, and with tho noat garden prepared last year at tho request of our teacher (Mies Collins) give tho tchool grounds a really neatappoar auco, tho pupils taking a pride in attending to it, uudor the direction of their toacher. A lengthy programme of songs and recita tions was gone through by the scholars, under the direction of Miss Collins, in a manner that reflected credit on her training, every child going through his or her part splendidly. A splendid spread was provided by the ladies (Mesd;uncs Wren, W. and >1. Ueugan and W. Lalor, and Misses Dillon, Deugan and Fylle). Miss Fyflc kindly treated the scholars to fruit, which they heartily enjoyed. A short address was given by Councillor Win. Deagaa on "Arbor Day." Mr Deugan also compli mented Miss Collins on the manner the children had a...
Knew the Spot. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
Knew the Spot. A mvaggio called at a lann. \V lien I lie fanner offered him a good job and three meals a day, the swaggie asked what kind of work il would he. The farmer replied: "Digging pota toes/' The tranip thereupon strotched him self and yawned. "Don't you think," he suggested, "you'd better get the man who planted them? He knows ju:;L where they are!" To most men experience is like the stem lights of a ship which illumine only the traok which has been passed over.
THE TEMPTATION OF MONA GIBBONS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
THE TEMPTATION OF MONA GIBBONS. By HILDA M. SHAW. "Miss Gibbons says there's a mis take in the change, Mr. Carter." "Where? Let me see," John Carter answered, hurriedly, at the same time taking the money, wrapped up in a bill, from the hand of. the little girl who was employed at Jones and Stal warth's drapery establishment. A mo ment later he looked at the child in terrogatively. "Vou are sure, Mary, that you haven't dropped a sovereign?'" "Quite sure," the child answered, with a shake of her head. "It was i> sovereign Miss Gibbons said was miss ing." Without saying anything further lo the cash girl, John Carter, the cashier, took' a sovereign from the till and wrapped it carefully, along with the other change, in the bill, and gave it of the assistants at the fancy coun ter. "It's a strange thing," he said to himself, with a puzzled frown on his face. "I could have sworn that I'd given the correct change. I seem to see the sovereign along with the sil ver. Still," he added, "I ...
THE PIGGERY. WINTER PIG POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 18 June 1914
THE PIGGERY. WINTER PIG POINTS. Keep the pigs warm. They will grow nil the winter if conditions are right. To winter pigs at a standstill is throwing away the food they eat. They are so starved and neglected that they draw upon the little fat in their bodies to keep them alive. Where is the common-sense or thrift in bucIi methods? Start out with right ideas about what real economy in feeding is. Starving is not economy; it is the costliest thing one can do. Satisfied profitable pigs will grunt, but they do not squeal. One thing 110 pig grower can af ford to do without is a good feeding trough. Big cracks sometimes take more than the hogs do. Statistics show that the manure from each pjg is worth £2 a year. You see it will pay to save this manure.