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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
"The Independent" j*«3 Published on Tuesday and Friday Mornings. The Official Organ of ■ BENALLA WATER TRUST. • - ' Subscription: 4s. per Quarter. Post Free to Any Address. "The Independent" Art Printing ~~ Department ^ - *+ - Is equipped with every appliance necessary for the Speedy Execution of^ all Orders en Onlygthe Best Materialised, and Prices Reasonable. Henry Villeiier, Spring and Summer Goods. Cheapest and Best In all Ladies' and Children's Underclothing, Blouses, Dresses, &c. Men's Wear: Suits, Hats, Shirts, &c. BOOTS and SHOES . Ladies', Men's and Children's Excellent Quality o A Large Assortment. A. Share of "Sour Patronage Solicited. HENRY VALLENDER, Nunn-street, Benalla. & _3' on© f:r, BOliHKE STHEET, fiSiLSGUi^S. SAT!8FAGTS0!J Guaranteed, or money promptly refunded. Thai ii the principle that has built, this littge oiih business, and established it in the confidence of the kttylos pabllc. Economical motlur* will follow the lead of thousands of ...
AN APPRECIATION FROM BENALLA PULPITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
AN APPRECIATION FROM BENALLA PULPITS. At the Holy Trinity Church on Sunday morning, Rev. P. J. Ed wards delivered a high eulogittmon the departed hero. Selecting as the basis of his remarks, "Well done, good and faithful servant," the rev. gentleman said during the last few days they had been living under the power of the shadow of death. On Saturday wetk Lord Roberts, one of the King's bravest soldiers and noblest subjects passed peace fully away. No painter's pencil, or poet's rhythm can describe that magnificent sun-setting of so bril liant and useful career. There was no harrowing blast of pain, there was no great wave of sorrow. But calmly and peacefully, in the pre sence of his devoted daughter, and amidst the Iroops he loved so well, and within the sound of the guns of his comrades his soul quitted the scene of strife and carnage for thai sphere where the wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest. To-day in St. Paul's Cathe dral lies the head that wore the crown o...
MR BROWN AT MOLLYULLAH [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
MR BROWN AT MOLLYUI^AH Mr. Brown, the selected Labor candidate, addresred a meeting here on Saturday evening. He said on Thursday next the electors would be called on to choose, between the Liberal and the Labor Parly. He was there , carrying the Labor banner. Several yeais ago he had voted Liberal, but he found Liberals had made it a point to very much malign Labor politics Consequently he became inquisitive and determined to probe into Labor politics. He claimed the Labor Party's programme was tfce most progressive offering to-day. Land taxation under Liberal administra tion had imposed burdens on the genuine farmer and lightened the burden on the squatter. Their party intended to Reverse the posi tion. Closer settlement had proved a failure. The sooner our Legis lature recognised the true relation: ship between capital and labor the better. They were out not to crush the farmer, but rather to protect him. He amused his au dience by relating a little incident that occurred during ...
State Elections. MR. E. BROWN AT BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
MR. E. BROWN AT BENA.LLA. Mr ffi. Brown, the selected Labor candidate /or tbe Benalla seat*, de livered liis election address at the Sbire hall on Friday evening to an audience of about 50. Mr. J. II. Klshaug waa voted to 'the chair, and in introducing the candidate, expressed regret that such a small "attendance was pos sible in a town like Benalla oti the eve of a State election, both candi dates having been treated alike in this respect. Mr. Brown said he was a little bit disappointed that evening, al though he had been informed his opponents meeting was uo better lhan his own. fie could not understand the general apathetic feeling dis played by the electors. Of course the elections were ushered in untler very disappointing circumstance, and the war and the drought were overshadowing the interest in theui. The people were being called upon to elect 65 members to the Legisla tive Assembly on ths Thursday next, and he was soliciting their vote for the Benalla seat in the interest o...
War Puzzles Made Plain. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
War Puzzles Made Plain. To the reader who likes to get an answer to the queries that avise daily from the war news westronjly recommend the four sixpenny numbers of " Life's War Guide." The third and fourth numbers, just to hand, complete the set of these excellent war booklets. The idea behind " Life's War Guide'.' was to answer, in four six penny booklets, a thousand or mere war queries, and this has been most effectively accomplished. The four numbers of " Life's* War Guide" may uow be obtained lo cally for sixpence each. In addition to making "Life's War Guide" a compact and low priced encyclopaedia of the war each number contains a brilliant article by Dr. Fitchett, and several special articles, such as "How is an Arrav Fed ?" "Is the Subma ine invincible ? etc. If unobtainable locally the four numbers of "Life's War Guide" will ba sent post free to your ad dress if 2s 3d in postal note or stamps is siint to T. Shaw Fitchett, 376 Swanston street, Melbourne. Simply jjive name an...
Owners of Gravel Pits, &c. PUBLIC ROADS MATERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
Owners of Grave! Pits, &c. PCSiLlC ROADS MATERIAL " A case of very grpat interest to landowners who have their proper ties damaged to provide road material' was -disposed of at the Ynrrawonga Court las-t week. R. .T. Inchbold, a landowner in the Ytirrawor.ga shire, on lljth October sued the president, coun cillors, and ratepayers of the shite named to recover the sum of for damage' done to his property by the removal of road-making material.' The council paid into court the sum of ^13 10s, repre senting compensation at the rate of CJ. per yard as full payment. The case was heard before Mr Heaven, P.M., who reserved hi decision, which he gave on Monday la6t, and which will be of interest to a number of landowners in adjoining shires. The judgment was as follows .— ' This is a summons to determine the amount of compensation to be made for damages to the complain ant's land caused by, and inci dental to, certain material beirnr taken therefrom by the defendant municipality. The...
Phases of the Moon. August. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
Phases of the Moon. \ 5 August. First quarter, Friday 28th September. Full moon, Saturday Sth Last quarter, Sunday 13tli New moon, Sunday 20th First quarter. Saturday 26th JOcTomut. Full moon, Sunday 4th Last quarter, Mondav 12th New moon, Monday 19th First quarter, Monday 26th .November. Full moon, Tuesday 3rd Last quortei, Wednesday 11th New moon, Wednesday 18th First quarter, Tuesday 24th
The Late Lord Roberts [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
The funeral of the late Field Marshal Lord Roberts, V.C., who died on Saturday last in France " wljile on a visit to the Indian troops, took place in St, Paul's Cathedral on Thursday. The funeral ranks among the ...greatest spectacles in national history. The coffin was enveloped in a Union Jacla,and was surmounted*by Lord Robert's sword and baton. His charger.followed. In the Cathedral, His Majesty the King occupied a special stall near the catafalque. The overseas dominions were strongly represent ed, several Indian princes occupy ing a prominent position. Lady Roberts and her daughter were present. The service is described as a most impressive one, and there were very few dry eyes as the Royal Artillery Hand played Chop in's Dead March, and the trumpet ers sounded The Last Post' from the gallery in the dome. The latter was particularly solemn. After the ceremony the body was brought to the front of the chancel gates, and thousands of the public passed the catafalque, which was : ...
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
TO OUR READERS. 0 The editor will carefully peruse al communications sent, whether they be ill political, social, or other form, and they will be treated as strictly con fidential. All items must, however, be well authenticated, and from a reliable source. All communications will be acknowledged in the correspondence columns. Newspaper clippings nre also accept able, and facts about people such as deaths, mnrringes, social events, etc, ; in fact on all events, will be carefully read and, if suitable, published. We wish to make this journal as in teresting as possible, and you may help us if you desire. Give us your opinions on the current topics of the day—they may prove of interest to our readers. Please write on one side of the paper only
LAW RELATING TO NEWS PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
LAW RELATIKG 70 NEWS PAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do na'gglv express notice to the contr ry are considered as wishing to ContinuB their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the dis continuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until Arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they [are Responsible until they have settled ;als to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to othei places without informing the pub lishers, and the papers are sent to heir former direction, the sub cribers are responsible. 5. The courts bave decided that "refusing to take periodicals from the office, or removing or leaving them uncalled for, is prima facia evidence of intentional Fraud.' ' 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give Notice to the publisher at the end of the time that they do not wish to continue taking it, other wise the publisher is authorised to send on, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
C. D. LAIRD, AGENT, BRIDGE-ST., BENALLA. Agent for H. V. M'Kay's Sunshine Works « I can supply you with all kinds of Machinery. The Sunshine PLOUGHS and ONE WAY DISC are guaranteed to give every satisfaction. Sunshine Harvester Is so well known comment is unneces sary. I Guarantee ALL MACHINERY, oud buyers allowed trial before paying. Cash or easy terms. C. D. LAIRD, Bridge-street Printed and published by the Proprietor, J. H. Elshaug, at The Printing Works, Nunn St. Beualla, in the State of Victoria. Why Should Women Suffer ? Old time logic nccrptc d it ns a mnller of cold fact Hint women were ni"de to suffer from girlhood to the grave. What a monstrous doctrine. A book dealing with >lie mutter of pain and suffering a* jiffeotiiij- womeufolk, and which tells how thousands linve been restored by a fimole home treatment to permanent health after yeers of pain, will be sent free to- anyone who cuts out this ndvt. and sends it to Dept. A. 33, Ladies' College of Health, Phair's Build...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 24 November 1914
PERCY STOLZ BEGS to Notify the Public that he has opened his NEW PREMISES with a large and well-assorted Stock of LADIES' GENTS & CHILDREN'S BOOTS & SHOES. £&r Cull iu and Inspect the Stock RABBIT DESTRUCTION. ?JT" LAZEMOUT. 11 CHEAP. SIMPLE. EFFECTIVE, LAZEMOUT is largely used by the Government and Leading Landholders throughout Australia, Railway Lands, Reserves, Channels and Embankments. Lazemout destroys their Harbour. SUCCESS GUARANTEED * Price: 46/ pep drum of 4^ gallon. On_train [or boat Melbourne, which contains S00 charges—sufficient to destroy all Rabbits in 200 Burrows ot 8 openings each, 56 lbs. of Rock Carbide of Calcium is required with each drum of LAZEMOUT; price Melbourne, 12/, LAZEMOUT is the best Burrow Eradicator EVEF introduced to Australia— saves your Feed-nod fills your Bales and Bags with Wool and Grain. No Land holders are complete without a drum of Lazemout. Looal Agent • F. G. ROSSELL, Stook Station and Agent, Benalla Distributing A...
Why Germans Should be Interned. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 November 1914
^_Baiaai_— rr"' Why Germans Should be Interned. Senator Pearce, who Is Minister for Defence, stated a few days ago to a press representative that the Government intended to continue the practice of allowing the Ger mans out on parole until, to quote his own words, " there is justifica tion for a change." The attitude Is tolerably foolish in any case; but the Minister proceeds to make it more foolish by giving his reasons. Here they are :—" Jf we were within 20 miles of Germany, our practice might be different. As it Is, we are taking reasonable precau tions while actlng'with discretion and In as broad a spirit of tolerance as the circumstances will allow." Perhaps it would have been nearer the truth had Senator Pearce, who may be credited with a good grip of the situation, said that he was taking such precautions as the majority of his colleagues in the Commonwealth Ministry would allow ; for, while there are one or two members of the Ministry who are not only thoroughly patriotic, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 November 1914
For Bronchial Coughs, tuke Woods' Great Peppermint Cure I S BRIDGE - STREET, BENALLA (Next Watts, Ttirnbull & Co.) The Oldest Established Saddler in Benalla—over 60 years. All Descriptions of HARNESS Manu factured on the Premises, with BEST MATERIAL & WORKMAN SHIP, At LESS than CITY PRICES. Horses Carefully Measured and Fitted, Orders taken and desigued. Riding & Hunting Saddles. Agent for the BEST QUEENSLAND STOCK SADDLES. Good Stock on Hand. REPAIRS To Collars, Harness, or Riding Saddles a Specialty. The Only Collar Maker in the North-East- | Sadd'er to 16tli Light Horse. All woik entrusted to me will be executed with neatness and good work manship. All work guaranteed Hand-sewn. ■ FOR CASH Leather-lined Collars, 24/ Best Dray, cloth-lined. 22/6 ■ l'lougli, Soi iug Cart, Gig unci Buggy Collars J,arge Stock of Indian Canes. Owing to the dry season, it is mv in tention to give the public the benefit of Reductions on everything in the line for Cash, in order t...
THE MARKETS. LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 27 November 1914
THE MARKETS. ; I&lt;OCAL MARKETS. Messrs. Watt3, Turtil>u!l & Co. report having held their usuitl fortnightly sale" «t the Corporation yards, Benajla, on 24th itist. The yarding of cattle and sheep was very small and consisted of practically nil fats. There was a good yarding of all classes of pigs. Fat Cattle.—A smnll yarding of fat cattle which consisted of only medium quality stuff. Light Bullocks, £1 6/ to ^3 8/ ; others, small, £4 14/ to ^5 15/; cows, ,£3 151 to £5. Store Cattle.—There were only a few pens of stores, nnd prices for same were low. 12 to 18-nionthssteers and heifers, 17s, smaller, 15s to 16s 6d ; big heifers, if good conditioned, £3 10/; cows, to £1 17/. PigB.—There was a good yarding of pigs and bacon sold well. Prime tmconers, £312/6 to £3 18/; others, a shade lighter, £3 3/to £3 10/; medium quality and light pigs, £2 716 to £3; porkers, £1 9/ to £1 18/; small, from 23/; stores, £i 1 /. Suckers, and slips were plentiful and prices were lower ...