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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET ((BY ELECIRIc "T1LEGRAPH.) ; MEIraouLNE, Wednesday. M.ssrs MlcLean, Macalister and 'Co. re1port:--Fat. Cattle.-- 1536 heead yarded. Market for bullocks showed an advance of quite 303, while cows were lOs to lhs higher. Quotations.- Gilder, 4 bullocks, ... £... 18 16 3 Johnson Bros., 8 do ... 18" 8 4 Crooke, 10 do.......... 15 7 6 Moore and Co, 22 do ... 14 5 3 Avondale, 11 do........ 13 0 0 Auchterlonie 10 do....... 12 0 0 Buckley, 11 do .. ... 10 17 6 Fat Calves--525 forward. Market closed a shado higher.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
"DO YTOU " KNOW THIS P" Our representativc, Mr. Bock, will visit your district, and bring with him Samples of all that Is Newest and Best in MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING and LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES. Ho will be pleased to pay you a visit in your own home if you will drop him a line, C.o. HARRIS' CLUB HOTEL, ORBOST. LINCOLN, STUART & CO., PTY., LTD., FLINDERS ST., MELBOURNE. , 'The House for High Value." HUGH WILLIAMS BES to ennounce that he ias taken over the Undertaking Business formerly carri d cn by Mr James Pl-ydell and is pr.pared to conduct Funerals in any part of the district at reasonable rates, All conveniences supplied on application. Inouiries may be made at Hecsis Drever macIn an?l Co.'s, Ironmongers, T. J. McCOY, Undertairer, l'olseley street, Orbost. Funerals Conductod in all parts of the disirict. $ .P'laio, Trinimed and Polished (Jolie~s.: FIRSTCGLASS HtEABSE AND P'LUME8 "Charges Moderate. T 3. MCCOY, who has IS yeare' experi. eeoc, knows what you require. G....
WORKER'S COMPENSATION ACT 1914 [VICTORIA] [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
WORKER'S COMPENSATION ACT 19!4 [VICTORIA] By the provisions of this Act., liabi lity of a very seriosis nature is imposed on all employers of labour--whether ii be domestic, clerical or manual. Hitherto an employee has had certain rights of recovery of damages in respect of injuries received in his employer's service, through defective plant or through negligence of the employer or of persons In his service. Now, how ever, no care ou the employer's part will be of avail, as the Bill provides that the employer will be responsible for all and every accident sustained by his em ployees during the course of their em plyment. YO.R LIABILITY. I. COoPES.TvOx. The Oompensatidn .payible.is: accII)EsI tsEOT5oN. (a). In. icase f -death-A- sum "equal to 'three years' wages of the deceased or the sum of ?200, whichever is greater, but not ex ceeding £500 in all. (b). Where death does not result from the injury-I-alf wages, not exceeding £1 lOs per week until recovery, or until the sum of :£500 h...
A GREAT TRIO. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
A -An .Englishmji?n,?;-?"JIrishman a nd a Scotsman iei?-oBne day" arguing as to ' hinch of tho,- three :countries pos-, sessed the fastest train. - "Well," said the Englishman; I'Tve .been in one of our trainis 'hlen .the telegraphi-polcs hiav'appeared to -.be-like a hedge." "I've seen the milestones appear like tombstones,". said" tlhe Scot. "Ould v'er whist'," said Taet "1 was one day in a' train in my country, nid we passed a field ,of turnips anid a field of carrots, and then a field of cabbages aisd paisley, and then o poiid of iwa for, aiid we. waere goini 4that quick I thought it was brotlh!"
A BULLA FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
A BULtA F4RM. By J. S. Mc4dzean (Setlior Dairy Supervisoe' , in ''Jounal of Agluture '' The o i jlceu~er is usually no~sisitired as isnleexuitant with natur ally rich soil Je muuch so that, in the absence of suitable alluvial land, most people will Lso attempt to grow this ,odder. i'hcifJact, hrowever, is that lucerne will glow on auliost any land e'-cept such a? is badly drained; and, once establshed, it will live through very dry pelirds; but if repeated cut tiugs are extacted from it during the wartmer niotis, a regular supply of aiter is thea necessary in its cultiva nion; with C!s sprovision, it is in the warmer -aud l'sier districts that it ilour ishes meost lauriantly. That coinparn i \ely pooreland is capable of being eado to gr@i prolific crops of iucei'ne ams, in the l.ulla district, neen inenlon strated in eivery thorough nianner by ,air. I. D. lilukinson, of floeuce Ponds. ilis farni, ¶Yhcrwnood,," is a 320-acre aoel situa.4d on the north side of the tIreen sVale load, a...
THE USE OF CONDIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
TH@ USB OP CONDIM\CENTS. "It would appear that condiments are chosen ~to accomnpany those, foods w·hich are less digesoilbo or which are riener than otnecrs* Mutton, for ex ample, is mor~e digecstible thaa beet, pork-, or duekr, and it is to these three chat mrustard is geaurally added. Viiie gar again is knowin to soften the hard litre of: botch meatl and vegetables; henco it probably· roisders sucul foods as crab, lob~ster, sa'rnon, salads, redl cab bage, and walnuts less tough and more digestible. Vinegalr in dressing and sauces probably has a similar action. A3s a rule, says cli, "LLancet," "the isoiesosecl anioiiab of soluble or extrnu ti~'oiisc~tte-rs in a food is in a, direct relation to its digestibilty and nour ishuig value, not chat th~o oxtratctivo 'priiccples are in the~mselves isourisis mng, but because t·hey are appetising anti prolnote the floei of d:gestive juices. Bread and checese and beer forml a most enjoy-able meal after brisk exseresie in t~he open oountry air,...
NEW PIANO STOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
NEW PIANO STOQL. An adjustable piano stool, the head of whica may be tilted to iny desired angle, is announced by a manufacturer who believes he has solved the prob 1em presented by customers who de mand both piano bench and stool, as this new arrangement permits the free dom of the piano bench with the added feature of adjustable height, an ad vantage her~'eofore 6njoyed only, in the revolving stool. "The new stool is furnished w-ith rubber tips on the brass crow feet instead of glass balls, ensuring that the stool will not slip even on the smoothest floors, no mat ter how vigorously the performer uses the pedals.
A BETTER DANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
A BETTER DANCER. Two "a i!d Fielandmen," recruits of a famous k.hled corps, were visitiug an ELoglish chisrch ior the first time. Tlhey had not long been seated when rnse orginist began to play 'a lively voluntasy. This was something Qute noviel in ehboir church experience, and. they listened in op'en-mouthed aston islhmenit. One of them was shortly, roused fromIs his blissful reverie b- a gentle m?,p up0on the .shoulder. Turning round, he raw a' handsome lady, the owncr of the p oy, who smiled graci ously upon him and wished, of course, to be alloswed to pass to her s~at. He did not, however, take in the situa tion "Na, sa, inem, tak ma mate here," he whispered to her audibly, "he will be a better dancer than me I"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
..IF .. OUT6F: GEAR IiI. IPW ~ ~ H Ia~ g· eel CONCERNING Ti-aE NEW NODEL "VEGA" II \Vec are continually beiug U) n saked ihoe we can sell such II a 1-IGiL CLASS S\\WE]) II IStIH SEI'A.kilO LOl-I-an ex I cellent skinmmer, beauti tully linished anti ndnthlm '( icall" li,~riect-aut such~ an II Extremely LOW 1'IRICE. rHii)RE ' lii ....easo is obvious. Our .:rganisation "'carrics no passengers"--e'ery man GR-E? ? ~ on out stl,'l is a... worker aid earns bhis :money--and we can therefore afford to sell the "Vega" at a reas unable margin of profit. l-esides which, up-to-date firmcrs and dairymen KNOW the "Vega," and we arc sellipng them by GPST ~hundreds. 'nuall lrolits, quick returnis, and .you get I 1[ the :'Vega".at 'tbese prices. -1 "Gal. -..:.:.£315 II 28' Gal..".,. . 7 0 I 55.Ga!. . 1010 0' I 0 OGal."' ..v"'"15"150 *V\\;rite for iartieuliurs to " Departuimnt K. - ?UCKEYE • i-F2 ItA.NC:TS-STIIEE'r, MELITOUltNE. En'ergetic Agent',as 'anted. j/ : 1 ii Ib If' 'l"'' U i ' ~ ' 'l~ i' iI o ...
Terribly Tempted. CHAPTER XVIII. DETHRONED. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
FJierribJi-y A~NiABEL-G~AY. : pt CHA21TER1 x4'1ii. When the next mrlning Lenore re coxered from her soin:l. and sitting up in her bed realiscd that all .was oxver between hler.-eif and Colonel.' Senmer, a wave e1 such sickness and? of sorrow swep' over ner soul, that lt seemed to carry half her lifo "away with st. - 1oor Lenore! ?lse looked dazed• and shaknln enough in all conscience, as * she. crept to the light, feebiy wonder SIn gwhat had real!y lappened; if she was so wife at il, hutn merely a sha_ .dow-a ifraitlh of Ih's past--li"c idol whom she may have seen for the last time. As she put her hand td her -head, slue found her hair had goise, that :iv was cut quite colse to her head, as it hiad been once beiore, when slie had * been sent to prison, an-d she laughed a little, and sat do\wn again to think. Was she to be ,alhays wrongetl? Was she always ¢to suhfer --nleet wJ Ln cruelty and ingratitude? Art had come to her under anigeiic guise, art that might have usatained, and lif...
STORM IN PARIS. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
STORM IN PARIS. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. London, Wednesday. A terrific thunderstorm occurred at Paris on M~onday during which reveral sewers burst and great chasms formed in the roadway. A nuniber qf lives were lost and buildings co~llpsed, tbe daz~age being estimated at half a million sterling. Bodies of the victims are being recovered from the sewers. It is stated that an inspector predicted the subsidence but his warning was neglected.
THE SENATE. ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
THE SENATE ADDRESS TO THE GOVERNOR Mlclbourne, Thursday. The Senate to~ok the btsieioes out o! the bands of the Government and oarried a motion to present an address to the Govreroor-General asking him to submit six hills to a referendum next election. The President of the Senate presented to the Goveroor-Geoeral an address, a greed to yesterday asking him to con sent to the pobhication of the commluni cations between himself and the Ministry regarding the double dissolution.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
WVoods' Grgr~L ~.~erwituf Cure1 ,in•..or Bronchial Coughs take \Woods' Groat Peppermiut. Cure, Is 6d ._ ? ?_2'Z .Oil Saturday morning nbfrJ. O. Ing~lis a wvoll-known racingr man, wfas found in an uueonseious stato lying on t~he i'oad between ]3allan and Iuglistou. Itc ha;d a~ttendedl the races at Dowling lIroest? ol FridaLy afternoon, and left for his homeo about 6 p.m,, dlri\' ing IL spirited horse. The afi ,hal had evidently bolted and dasllcd into a euh'ert·. Mr Inglis was thlrow1.1 aL distance of 30 feet and lay there in. a hulpless, condlition fgor 1:3 tal·ur. Hu wa~s rcnloved to lIds house but died be~g?0? m.edical aid could be procured. ]?Q,r Chr0nie (he~t Ooqpl~ate0 ?Vooca'. Greit Popperaipt ?ur'e?',Ls?d I ndigestion. WHY IT IS SO COMMON. The strenuous modern life we lead often upsets the digestive system. Then, too, worry, owrwvork, anxie ties of various sons, excitement, late hours, trying climatic con dii ions, lack of exercise, or too vwolent exer cise, are each and all ...
FIVE RULES FOR FORTUNE. HOW SOME SECURED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
Z RULES FOR 13W SO'iE SI?C(URED ':sUCCESS.' 1. Cult-eate and perfect your ideas Experime.I. Tho world is eager for something new, which, however sim ple it may be, will save labor, or ex pense, or *Io things better. Let it be more cony nieut, or promote pleanure re-ieoo \,:-ce. People eho hanjle things in every day use are the natural inventors f better things, and, the natural cnpitc; ists of. to-morrom. Head? the splendid ;idviro taat 'Idisen gives. Learn the procedure as to pa tenting in the chiet oountrics,--theli secufre your own legal monopoly fLi your rights by becomig a patentee. 2. if that workman or _oremai, or your ingenious friend has produced a clever invention, put him. on'the traci about patents by-telling him wher be can obtain the 'Inventors' Guide," 3. For youtself, obtain this ',s'k, whioh -tells what, to invent, where te, pat at, how to sell patents, the pri- inventions have sold for, what .price have been offered (in cash) for Inven tions, and what Edison s.dvis...
MUNICIPAL DIGNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
. MUNICIPAL-. DIGNITY. -4---- Some months back, owing to a move ment started by theTarmb,, Shire Coun cil, a strong deputation waited on th Minister of Railways in reference to tho proposed abolition of the Railway Lands Acquisition Act. Some time after the Hen. Jas. Cameron obtained a full re port of the proceedings and sent it to the Orbt~sL Shire Council with a sugges tion that it might be worth while to have it printed and forward copies to Members of Parliament and Municipali ties interested. This was, we presume, i, view of the probability of the niatter being brought up before Parliament next session. Mr Cameron's idea seemed to be that as the Tambo Shire had been to a great deal of rxpense in connection with tie deputation, the Orbost Shire might hear the cjet of circulating the report. Orbost councillors fell in with that view, and the president arranged to have the report printed and circulated, which has accordingly been done. It is safe to say that neither Mr Cameron nor...
DOGS AMONG SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 19 June 1914
DOGS AMONG SHEEP. A correspondent from Genoa River wiites : Last week dogs were running among Mlr Buekoall's sheep worrying one badly and chasing it into the river. When he puoled it out he found that one hind leg waes badly damaged and hung dangling when the sheep tried to walk. The por beast has to keep itself alive the best way it can and is a misery to, see. This is not only a loss to the owner hut cru, lty to animals. The owner felt very much inclined to send the remainder of the sheep to Cenn for sale, to get rid of the buther and 1lss, iesultirg from fir titer attacks of a like nature; hut that would be had for him and the district t,,o. It is hard enfogh to make a living hre, ahd every little helps if we could oilly keep the dogs out of the sheep. Mr Bucknall is not the only leo or by a great many. "Last year Mr P Derron had a small lot of sheep that he intended to and to as occasion offered, but one day he found only one left alive in the pad dick, the rest were all dead, s...