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GOLF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
GOLF NOTES. .The final weekly competition for Juue was played on Friday last, over a course of 12 holes for gents and 9. for ladies. Mr B. Rayner, with a card of 70 for tlie roy.nd with 6 handicap was the winner,among the gents, and Miss Rollason annexed the ladies' with a record score of 60 for their section. Scores :r— Gents.—B. Rayner 70, 6, 64; J. Chandler 65, sc., 65 ; A. Chandler 66, sc., 66:; A. Jes sup 76, 8, 68; W. Smith 78, 10, 68; . W; Blaikie S3, 12, 71 ; W. Harrison 82, 10, 72 ; H. Wallace 85, 10, 75. Ladies.—Miss Rollason 60," sc., 60 ; Miss. Rayner 79, 15, 64; Miss^Farrelly 85, 20, 65; Miss Kidd 84, 15, 69 ; Mrs Farrelly 89^ 20, 69 j Mrs Essex 92, 2C, 72 ;.Miss Quinlan 82, 9, 73-; Mrs Brumley S6, 12, 74; Mrs Chand ler 96, 20. 76 ; Miss Vandenberg 77,- sc., 77;. Mrs Rayner 86, 9, 77; Miss Bartlett SI, 4, 77 j Mrs Dillon 99, 20, 79 ; Mrs Blaikie 103, 20, S3 • Miss Jessup 120, 20, 100.
Departure of Residents. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Departure of Residents. Mr Frank Whitbourn has decided to take up his residence in Wodonga and with his family will be leaving Myrtleford about 13th inst. Both Mr and Mrs Whitbourn.have been long resident here and'havfe always freely rendered assistance in all local functions, and it was conse quently thought they should not be allowed.to depart without some re cognition of those services. At a well attended meeting last night, Cr R. Milne in the chair, it was decided to tender Mr and Mrs Whitbourn a farewell social and presentation on - Saturday, 11th inst: A strong com mittee, with Mr F. I^owerson as hon. sec , was appointed to carry out all arrangements, and from the: manner in which the matter has .been taken up the function should prove a successful.one.
MAKES BODY TRANSPARENT. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
MAKES BODY TRANSPARENT. A new method of giving medical students instructions which, it is said, will1 largely obviate the necessity of dissection, will shortly be put into practice at the Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia. Physicians and surgeons connected with the depart ment of anatomy are now perfecting the process, which originates through the recent discovery by a German scientist of a fluid by the use of which the human body can be rendered transparent. The fluid, which is composed of sev eral oils, turns the flesh into a sort of transparent jelly when injected, en abling the student to study the veins, muscles and bones far better, it iB as serted, than if they resorted to the dissecting knife, it is said to be one of the most valuable discoveries til medical science of late years. Aim at the highest and at least yon soar. The sweetest grapes hang hjgbest
Junior Football. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Junior Football. The iSecond match oi the Junior Associa tion will be played .to-morrow1 (Friday; afternoon on Myrfceford ground,; when the home team will meet. Bright. ■■Mr E. 'M'et calfe, of Bright, will, be "central umpire. Mvrtleford team.will bechosen, from— iGerry (-)» Ellen ■ (2), Knight, Crameri, M'Keogh (2), Downie, R. .Lowerson, P. Quinlivau, Gundy, Whitbourn (2), Harms, Parley; D. Green, .las. Mummery, MvDon ald, Hodgeris (2), W. M'Namara, Ralph »nd Simmonds.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
§L 0Eyd^|ot3 01ta,f AND WHOROTJLY' witness . Single-seated buggy for sale Hood, pole and shafts with patent at r tachments. Apply this Office. ' Mrs QUINLIVA.N Wishes to thank the public for past favors j &lt; ;■ •- and to notify that she will supply Fresh Fiah and Vegetables after train ; on Thursdays. Fupnitupe Sale. . ; OWING to our not being jiblo .to offer Mrs Kelly's Furniture after Mrs V Lewis's ^Sale, we will offer it after Stock; ■ Sale on Wednesday, 15th July, at her late residence. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN'& 00. Shir-e of Bright. " -."IVrO'ilGE is hereby : given that ; the J-l VOTERS LISTS a,nd separate Voters Lists of the Shire of Brighfc are now in my. custody and may be Inspected during office hours-between,the Sth and'lSth'days, - of J"uly, 1914, inclusive, at the Shire Office, Bright. - Anyyperson whose name has not been in serted. on the said Lists, who claims to have his name inserted therein in respect of any property, must give or send by post to me — not...
Rifle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Rifle Notes. Mr C J. Whitbourn secured the " leg in " on Saturday last's shooting at 600yds for. Mr Frauenfelder's trophy, with the total of 39 out pf 40. The aggregates are as follows:— 300 - 500 600 total F. Ellen 38 40 38 ' 116 G. J. Whitbourn 36 40. 39 115 F. Murray ... 37 -39 38 114 P. Barlow ■ • • ..; 32 40 37 109 F. Lowerson ; ... ' 3S 36 34 108 P. O'Sullivan ... . -10 33 34 107 A. Rae" 35 38 33 -106 E. Kae . ... 34 36 34 104 W, i Ablett ;Gr." F rauenf elder" 36 - 40 , -28 104 33. 36 26 ; ■ 95 In tho shoot-off for first place.at 500yds, between W. Ablett and P. Barlow, the latter won. . Next Saturday, July 4,. the. final .'range will be fired at, viz., 700yds.v ; A meeting of the committee of the localN Rifle Club will be held at Mr Croucher's office on Monday evening next at 7.30.
Myrtleford Market. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Myrtleford Market. Flanagan, Newman and Co report hol'd iuy; their fortnightly market at their Myrtlei'ord yards yesterday, when they submitted a big yarding of all classes of-fat stock, to our usual large • attendance of buyers.; Prices were good and competition •was keen right throughout the sale. Pigs: . A. big yarding and total clearance effected; stores £2 4/ to £2 3j to £2 2j to £2 and at. prices to 30/, slips 24/6 to 20/ to 17/6 to 15/6 to'13/6. Sheep 25/. to 24/6 to 22/9 to ' . 20/6 to 19/7 to 15/4 ; lambs 20/3 and at prices to 15/. Yealers &lt;£3 6/ to .£3 and at various prices from .£2 10/ to 34/. Bullocks JS11 6/: to .£10 to .£9 16/to &lt;£9 to JB8.18/6 and at all prices from &lt;£8 10/ to £7 IS/. Cows-.£8 9/ to j68 7/ to .£8 5/ to ,£8 (a big number at ;this latter price) and at all prices down'to &lt;£4 S/6. Heifers £7 15/ to ' £7 13/ to £7 11 j to £7 10/ and at various prices from ^87 5/ to .£5 10/; springers .£5 1-5/'.to £5 to iS4&am...
KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
KITCHEN WRINKLES. To relieve toothache, rub baking soda round the tooth and rinse the mouth with hot water. To polish black marble clock rub over with olive oil and finish with a clean chamois leather. Varnished paper on walls should be cleaned with a flannel dipped in weak tea and polished with a dry cloth. When baking small cakes or buns, flour the tins instead of greasing them. The cakes will not stick to the tins* and will bake quit© as* well. A simple, effective glue that is harmless, colorless, and odorless can be made by adding ordinary tapioca to water and boiling. When plates and dishes have to be warmed in the oven, if a newspaper is placed underneath, it will break the heat and prevent the plates from cracking. - Frost-bitten vegetables should be soaked in cold water for one hour be fore boiling. A piece of saltpetre should be added to the water in which they are cooked. Where screws are driven into soft wood and subjected to considerable strain, they are very likely to w...
The Dredging Question. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
The Dredging Question. In; the legislative Assembly on Thursday ^ast, Mr A. A. Billson criticised the recent action of the Minister for Mines with respect to the gold dredges, in the light of what had been done by Mr Drysdale Brown's two predecessors in office' He expressed the fear, that the steps . taken by Mr Brown would result in the stoppage of the dredging indus try. In explaining the fact that he had taken a seat on a cross bench instead of behind the Ministry in the House, Mr Billson ■ said he had not done so as an indication that he was leaving the . Ministerial party, but added that he did wish to protest against Mr Brown's' action. The Premier assured him that the differ-: ent aspects of the dredging question would be considered by the Cabinet.
RECHABITES V.ODDFELLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Rechabites v. Oddfellows. The match between teams repre senting above friendly societies-on Saturday' last resulted in a win for the- Rechabites by 29pts. Though little brilliant play was shown on either side, some parts of the game were interesting. Rechabites had matters pretty well their own way in the first ■ half, scoring 3 goals 8 behinds to Oddfellows' two behinds. The second half was .much mora even, Rechabites putting on 2 goals - 7 behinds, and Oddfellows 2 goals 2 behinds. Scores for the various quarters were Rechabites. Oddfellows First Quarter... Og 3b ... Og lb ■ Second Quarter. 3g 5b Og lb , Third Quarter... lg . -ib ... lg lb Fourth Quarter, lg 3b ... lg lb . Totals ... 15b ... 2g 4b The most prominent players f or, the winners were Dickenson. J. Mummery, P Matthews, F. Croucher,. A. Crameri and Dough erty, and for the Oddfellows B. de Piazza, J. Pini, Ledger, Knight, G. M'Guffie and-J. Iyillis. Mr Martin •Saymour was an efficient central umpire, a.nd Messrs W. Beach...
SOROSES SKIN FOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use " SOROSES" for tie skin, it being unsurpassed iu preserv ing the complexion. Soroses Skin Food s Freshening, Softening, Cleansing, and Bdaatifyiiig, makes all blemishes such as : Piaiples, Freckles, Wrinkles, Sunburn and Sallowness disappear like magic. Price 2/6 per jar. Obtainable at Miss E.' Coaselly s, Myrtleford. . ■■■■&lt; The Kaiser, in a speech at a' re-" gatta at Brunsbuthel, referred, to Germany's progress in war Ship building, and repeated'Bismarck s words, " We Germaus fear God,, and otherwise absolutely nothing' and no one in this world." Fine shooting at long ranges was done at a competition held by the National Rifle Club of Scotland, by : Major T. Ranken, of the Sth Royal ' Scottish Reserve. Firing for the Brock Cup, the conditions of which are fifteen shots at 900, 1000, and 1100 yards, he compiled a score of 223, or only 2 points less than pos sible. He got" 42 bullseyes in sue •cessio...
Football. OVENS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Football. Ovxns Association. The first match of the newly formed Association will take place on Saturday, the opposing teams being Whorouly and Mudgegonga. The game will be played at Whor ouly, and Mr Geo. Farley will be central umpire. Several Mudge gonga players -howed good form on Saturday, and the team is sanguine of putting up a good battle against Whorouly, two or three of the latter's former leading players hav-. ing, it is stated, thrown in their lot with Milawa when the old Associa tion disbauded. '
Ovens Vale. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Ovens V^a.io« From Our Correspondent. Mr Alex. Muller recently lost an aged mare somewhat suddenly. Af ter partaking of her morning feed as usual she left the stable with the other horses, and later in the day was observed to be lying stretched out in the paddock in an apparently Injured condition. Eventually she was shot, and the ignition of a pile of wood committed to ashes what had at one time been undoubtedly one of the finest animals in the Ovens Valley. Preparations for the concert on 8th inst., at Mr John O'Sullivan's, in aid of Wangaratta Hospital are well in hand, and it promises to be a great success. The paltry action of Bright in trying to injure the Hospital will no doubt have the effect of arousing even keener inte rest in this concert. The growth of grass, although not as plentiful as hoped for, is fairly good and fresh, though not nearly so good as this time last year, no doubt owing to the dry weather ex perienced during April. - . The dairying industry is slacken i...
Buffalo River. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
BufHFaJo River. From1 a Correspondent. Messrs Smith Bros, have just completed threshing their last year's maize crop. It is stated that the return was between 1600 and 1700 bags. Picking of this season's maize was commenced on Monday. T,he long-looked for hall will soon be an accomplished fact. Messrs Bower Bros., of Myrtleford, have secured the contract, and building operations will be commenced shortly. On Saturday last a work ing bee was held, and ft fine lot of red gum blocks were obtained and deposited on the ground in Moore Bros.' paddock where the hall is to be built The building is not to be as large as first intended. It will be 40ft by 24ft, which will be quite large enough for present require ments. The decision of the Fisheries and Game Department re kangaroos has been received- with disgust in these parts. It does seem ridiculous that we should have, to go to the expense and trouble . of killing these pests, and then the Government to get the skins. People in other .par...
Cancellation of the Schools Excursion. FEELING AT MYRTLEFORDACTION OF BRIGHT CONDEMNED. EXCURSION TO WANGARATTA CARNIVAL TO TAKE PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Cancellation of the Schools ' s I ; Excursion. K ■ FEEDING AT MYRTI,EFORD ACXION OF BRIGHT CON • ; ' DEMNED. ' Excursion to Wangaratta Car nival, to Take Place;. When the action taken at Bright in cancelling the schools excursion to Wangaratta on .12th August be. came known, Mr A. J. Croucher, hon. sec. of Myrtlefora District Schools Association, convened a meeting of the representatives of the six committees composing that j body, to consider the position. This meeting was held on Friday night, when there were present—Messrs H. Meade and A. Muller, Ovens Vale ; T. Wallace and E. Cousins, Gapsted; G. Macaulay and W. Masterton, Buffalo River .; T. J. Knight and W. Evans, Waterloo ;;r CrF. Du,ndas c.nd Mr C. Teakle, Myrtleford ; and the hon. sec., Mr Croucher. Messrs John Woodside and J. F. Pini, Mudgegonga,- were not able to attend, but intimated that they were Opposed to the action of Bright. . Cr Dundas was voted to the chair > and after minutes of 'previons meet ing had been co...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
WEDDING FETE FOR SERVANT. EMPLOYER'S DAUGHTERS AS BRIDESMAIDS. Not only did the members of the family in whose service slie lias been attend the wedding of Miss Rose Kate Shepherd at Tilford, near Farnham, Surrey,^ recently, but her master and i mistress also arranged a wedding re ception in the grounds of their house, while their daughters acted as brides- / maids. The bride was Miss Shepherd, who for 12 years had been employed 'by Mr. and Mrs. Rupert D. Anderson, of Wayerley Abbey, and the bridegroom, Mr. Albert William Mark Fry, of Weybridge. The parents of the bride and bridegroom live in the district and are in humble circumstances, and the scale of rejoicings was largely due to the interest taken In the marriage by Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and their fam ily. The bride's wedding dress was of crepon de broche, and the wreath of artificial orange blossom was one worn by Mrs. Anderson at her own wedding 25 years ago.
School Prizes for the Show. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
School Prizes for the Show. . At a meeting of the Schools Asso ciation on Friday, Mr. Thos. Wal*., lacer. chairman of the Gapsted Schools Committee, said they were of opinion tHat the various com mittees should give a dozen prizes or so to the Myrtleford Annual Show, and thus do a little towards helping their handiest town. He had noticed that when anything was got up- for( 'Myrtleford, ■ Bright and Beech worth generally managed to " come in with something or other. . They shoula do all in their power to assist their own little town, in stead of going away to others. The Chairman said the last show • was a successful one, but that was mainly due to the work cf the ladies. He would certainly like to see'it supported better by the district people. ' The discussion ■>.' which ensued: • showed that the idea, was generally 'approved of. Mr Meade moved that the Show - 'committee, .be informed that-repre sentatives of the Schools Association will attend their next meeting and 'consult w...
WITH VILLA IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
WITH VILJjA. IN MEXICO. "The army," explains - John &lt; Reid, writing from Juarez, Mexico, "about 200 horsemen and 500 infantry, were drawn up in a great hollow square two ranks deep, completely surround ing that immense plaza in front of the race track. . They were in all stages of attire, of course, but much more uniform than the federals at Ojouaga. About two-thirds of them had 'blue denim suits (overall stuff), and the rest more or less khaki. But every soldier had a different bright colored handkerchief around his neck, and a different colored serape strap ped on his saddle^—all colors, vivid and faded, and mottled like leopard skins. Their faces were STRONGLY INDIAN. for the most part, very dark—there were small boys not 14 years old, I should guess, too— but their riding boots were magnificently varied, some reaching to the hip, and ornameaited down the sides with buckles like sil ver dollars. They rollicked around like kids, stealing rides on street cars, making foo...
Postal Information. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 2 July 1914
Postal Information. For. every £ ounce or fraction thereof.. ■For delivery within-the Common . - wealth . . . . : . . .. .'. .. id. For delivery in the British Em-' . pire . . .. id. For delivery in the New Hebrides, - Banks, ,and Torres Islands .. 2d. LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Common wealth : Single, id. each ; :reply;-.' sid. each half. * For delivery in the British Empire, (see list of places under "Letters")—* •Single, id. each. . v '•« v ; For delivery in ■... ;New ; Hebrides, Banks, and Torres" Islands—Single, 2d. each. ! For delivery in other places—Single. 2i-d. each. v POST CARDS. Single Post Cards impressed with the id. stamp, and reply or double cards, each half of which hag the id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Com tiioiiwealtxi, and to those places enu merated under "Letters," to which letters may be transmitted at the rate of id. per" £d. oz. These cards may also be forwarded! to places other than those mentioned, above, p...