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Riffle Ciub Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 June 1917

Riffle Qiub Notes. MEMBEBS and intending reminded that as the masseiij t| mUBt be completed by the end of a they aliould ail make a specula.:! firo through the courss aii'i renfed selves efficient, otherwise ihe clubiij will show a heavy percentagi etij efficients. It is pointed out for tho ba;r intending members that t'.ieycsat lire through the musketry praufei:: afternoons, that is ull th-it is Mjaiai them annually ; there is do ia: attached whatever. rIiio inombe'sa notified '.hat under prcsiut r«i'r ihey form "Ciatis C nf tiie Ann Army Reserve in which 11H-J cVnirsj ire divided into two cli.-'f (-.ciiiij honorary). Active members ar:: who have been duly sivorn ia d through tho prescribed musketry E: Honorary metnbors are tlioaa whor: sworn in, but may compete in bIIce tions, etc. It ia, however, provided that all: berg of Class A and B bereuivler C!E of the Australian Army Ren-'ve. »t honorary members of a rifli C'.i entitled to the privileges of aa k member. Class A are those ,...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Bed Cross [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 June 1917

Bed Cross Tiie amount of mom.y ic,,0(l the fun-id of lhe liriusl, ltedCr? rf gioco the houinniriir (;f t)|a V £0,000,000 Tl,i»\n formed from remittances From t F i of ilia world. Ontario |", magnificent amounts ua £40,iJ0Q, W * while ia. the most unciviliaj1 f \ South America there am Vut!a fr 4 Europeans . who, despite ij1;lr , fiom the rush of world 4J " p member their debt to civilisu, f f; Hand small sutua ranging fr"ln i^is wards. In November of lual v-atF^S^ s.-lit a magnificent " fiI6l \ |L p £00,000. Such waa the re'p«t ? fs§ the native popula ion to theaj-pe 1 . . Had Cross that pyeci"| BUiiB ^ tbkao to acknowledge their «ij|. j volumes were prepare), u lines of Homo 150,000 n-itive sr - together-wi<h the amnnnt cito0U .; of them. These vohini's ! under <ho direction of Sir Run .|-l f, : and circulated in all '.ho vj ) llio native suiiscrner, *ho U resell throu*;h ordinary chanu'!,,/ UnowledKment, knew tint Iij5 ^ boon duly receive I. The King, in send...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Cicely Vibart's Love. (published by Special Arrangement.) (Copyright.) CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 June 1917

Cicely Vibart's Love. By ANNIE HAYNES Author of "Lady Carew's Secret,'' "Footprints of Fate," Etc., Etc. (published by Special Arrangement.) (Copyright.) CHAPTER XVI. "That is all, thank you, Jones. Th 9.30 to-night," Mrs. Bowman nodded pleasantly as the man put her be longings on to the rack, in a first class carriage on tlie express to town Then she sat back in her corner, and extracting a pocket, book from her bag turned over the page:* quickly. The train was on the point - of starting. The stationmaster had given the signal, when the door o.' .Mrs. Bowman's compartment was thrown open again and . someone sprang in. - . . For the moment Mrs. Bowman did not see who it was, but she had been reckoning on having tne compart ment to herself, and her glance at the intruder was scarcely amiable. Then, her frown deepened, two. vertical lines came in her forehead' as_ .she recognised Alma Beresford. "Well, I do declare. To' think of me being pitch-forked in on you like this," Alma exclaim...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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A Pointed Candidate, Candidata [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 June 1917

A Pointed Candidate, ill In a neighboring State an efectfa^ recently held for a vac iQt sii[ c ahire council. One of the cantf^ uMresaiiif* the electors, made i'ig candid admission reirinlin^MjiHj Ho suid ,r J know you and you 5iod if you lilcs you cm vote fw^J ynti don't, well you cm do ihe 1l'* a'l thu same to ni<?. Un'yl'&fj you wanted a live mail in yflurcw^l shokt) thiuga tip a bit GodfcM,,5f want sh-ikiug up. Moat of ^ ] *pte kiiHw my father, whi ytiarf, ago, Well, I'm just like ^a'J j'U'o plenty of marrow tn my tow'T ilvvnya nvvid ho apologised lotw I'm the saint*, I have never 'one a wrong to apologise for»a^**j I nevor will.' But if I fret_in*o counoil jhere tvi I He Thy ongiiieer and I <rill.h;iF« * no favors, Porhopa ha will tfiVtag. I may not ha much at ^ r>'i"2i hut I reckon I kno»' ^f'fj houua made five, mid haw afe^'l ccuneil should he conducted, T^Jj he no dot carry ond at,f,'i' scratch no man's back. Whtf* J,(j .uiek to until I find ...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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A CURE FOR LEPROSY. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 June 1917

A'CURE FOR LEPROSY. Considerable interest is taken not only in the United States, but in Eu rope, about the discoveries in the treatment of leprosy by Angelo Gar cia, a native of Cuba. Garcia, who is unable to read or /write, is said to have cured liiraself of the dreadful malady. He escaped from tEe leper settlement at Havana, and buried himself in the bush for some years. After many attempts to find a herbal remedy, lie devoted all his attention to oil of the chaulimoga, a tree which was brought to Cuba from Burma, and which was tried by the leper doctors without success. From time immemorial it has been employ ed in the cure of leprosy, rheumatism, and skin diseases. Oil extracted from another tree, the Gynocarolia odor ata, is said to possess the same pro perties. Garcia cured himself and several others, and the fame of his success Induced the Havana special ists to invite him to come to them. He consented, specifying that he was to receive no remuneration, as he wished to enabl...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 June 1917

CHAPTER XVII. "Do I understand that you are de termined to go to the Towers this afternoon, Barbara?" As he put the foregoing question, General Barririgton was standing be fore the fireplace in a magisterial attitude, a coat-tail drawn through either arm. Barbara was arranging flowers; great branches of purple Michaelmas daisies, bunches of sweet trailing berries, and bronze brown leaves. She went on for a minute or two be fore she answered, and if her fingers moved aimlessly, the general -was none the wiser. "I should lilte to go, dad, if you don't mind," she said gent ly at last. "I have never been to the old part of the house, and Lady Nor caster knew I wanted to see it. That is why she ssnt mo that special in vitation." The general frowned. "Well, we!) do as you like!"-he said testily. ' aont mind; as long as that young blackguard is. not there." Barbara's lingers trembled visibly r-ithm ,?T Iooked appealingly at her latnei. i wisli you wouldn't call him that, dad; somehow it hu...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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DISTRICT HEWS. FREEBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 June 1917

DISTRICT NEWS. FREEBURGH. THE local branch of the Red Cross Society recently forwarded to head- quarters the following goods :-Twenty long-sleeve flannels, 11 short-sleeve flan- nels, 2 pairs sox, old linen. A pair of fowls, donated by Mrs T. Martin, was won by Mrs Webster. Mr J. E. Lawler gave a pumpkin for weight-guessing com- petition, Mr B. Weston being the winner. POREPUNKAH. At a meeting of the local Patriotic Committee on Friday evening last, it was unanimously decided by the old buffers of the township to tender the ladies a concert and dance, in aid of the patriotic funds, on Friday next, 8th June. It was also unanimously agreed to hold a " queen " competition in connection with same, and the following queens were chosen :-Miss Hudson (Queen of Com- merce), Miss Rayner (Queen of Patriotism), Miss Bartlett (Queen of Dredges), Miss Drew (Queen of Red Cross). Already great interest is being manifested, both   in the concert and the competition, aud a great financi...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Missing Miss M'intyre. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

IED l_ Missing Miss M'intyre ARE V£ U)wn HC/fin-j SOMEWHERE in Australia there is a Miss Agnes N. Mclntyre who has succeeded in making a lot of Australins in the Auxiliary Hospital, Sussex, very happy. The soidiers want to thank Miss Mclntyre. but, she has hidden herself by giving her address only as "Australia,'' they have naturally experienced some difficulty. It was though sending gifts of Australia tobacco and cigarettes through the Over Seas Club Southern Cross Tobacco Fund the unknown Miss llclntyre won the hearls of the wounded in that Sussex hospital, and according to a letter which has been received by the Fund from the sister in charge, there is at least one man in that hospital whom the unknown would have liked to know. In writing to the Fund siying that the "boys" wanted to thank "the .Mfss Mclntyre for her gift, but that they could not do so because of the absence of address,'1 Sister Hopkins (Sister in charge), says ' It was with great pleasure that I opened the box fo...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Acid Stomachs are Dangerous. NINE-TENTHS OF ALL STOMACH TROUBLE SAID TO BE DUE TO ACIDITY. A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE ON CAUSE AND CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

Acid Stomachs are Danger ous. NINE-TENTHS OF ALL STOMACH TROUBLE SAID TO BE DUE TO ACIDITY. A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICE ON CAUSE AND CURE. A FAMOUS physician whose successful re searches into the cause and cure ol stomach and intestinal diseases have earned for him an international reputation, said in the course of a recent lecture tha nearly all intestinal troubles, as well as many diseases of the vital organs, were directly traceable to a deranged condition of the stomach, which in turn was due nine times out of ten to excessive-acidity, which not only irritated and inflamed the delicate lining of the stomach, but also s«t up gastritis and stomach ulcers. It is interesting to note that he and his col leagues have secured remarkable results by the use of ordinary bixurulr.il magnesia, which, by neutralising the acidity of the food, removes the source nf the trouble. He contends that it is as foolish to treot the stomach itself as it would be for a man who stepped on a tack to rub lini men...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

StopyoiirccmgiiNOW r?7 ? *** Every cough strains thede- tiilS rak licate membranes of the SIS j . Ihroatand lungs. Bon- __ : ' ? nington's Irish Moss J|/ ! _» Trilicureyouquickly. fijy Forover half acentury \ua it has cured coughs and *-* £sf colds-but get the genuine v£& £!}\mningioM *$J IrishrMoss HOUSE FOE SALK and TO LET BBEBN, Agont, Bright. I r rHrnu-^..,! u:.:i,.ri/iaa | | To DEAF^REOFL^ I "FREXCH ORLENE" absolutely cures' Deafness and Noisea in the Head, NO matiku HOW SKVKUK OK LONUSTANlHN<i THK (JAHK MAV j UK.' Hundreds of persona wlioie c.uea were j supposed to be incurable luve boun poruia. nently cured by this New Remedy. This Wonderful Preparation kohh direct to j fch« actual su it of the trouble, ami Ouo Box id ' an.pie to t-fl^otuaUy cure any ordinary cane. | Mra. Rowo, of Portlaud-orea»int, Leeds, .saya: - "The 'Orient' his completely cured tne after 12 yearn' suffering Many other equally good reports. I Try i.»- Boy. to*day, It only coats 4/0. and...

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Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

^ Red Cross Socigty. Wwii reference to shipping apsce for lied Ciosa goods,' while ihis is lo bo restricted . nil over Australia, it is hoped that the hundred tuna per mouth allocated to tlie society, together with other space (hit may be obtained, will, with careful man agement aud co ordination between the various diviaions in the. dillerent States, enable the Central. Council Lo fulfil the Comratasionera' more pressing require msnta;oversale. Fortunately, while ahip ping space waa morj plentiful good sup plieajof clothing and hospital furniture were forwarded bo h to England and . ?Egy.pt,. with'the result thit fair stocks are . hell on tho other .side. At the tame time, th» Commissioners' latest requisition for inulTlers, mittens, C-ir<ligsinn, Bilacluvu caps, ht*l siicks, hus-ofs and toilet bags has,"not yet bee" fn'lillol. j Australia is also lonk.-d t > for regular piW»y*ieH of tobacco, condensed milk, milk . foods, tinooI. moils, rollod nati, biscuits, tiiiiiml...

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Our Postal Arrangements. RETRENCHMENT POLICY CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

Our Postal "Arrangements. RETRENCHMENT POLICY CON DEMNED. Tub urjiunt need fur a public protest BgaiDst the manner in which residents in the district me being treated by the Postal Department is becoming moro apparent each day. Alihough wo have a daily train servicc to our luiok dnor, so to apeak, and llarrietville, the furthost township away, is only 16 miles distant, the method at .present adopted for delivering mails is certainly behind those days when wo were compelled to rely upon a coach service from Everton and, lat«r, Myrtlcford. The argument put forward by tho postal au thorities in support of the present unsatis factory system is that retrenchment is necessary, and must be carried out re gardless of tho inconvonience catiBud to taxpayers. If a great Baving were effeotod we could understand the introduction of these innovations, and if the satno policy : was consistently. adhered to throughout then it would he our duty to bow tn the inevitable. But; .wu .doubt, very much if...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

BUSINESS NOTICES \ "The Store of Today an ^ ICTl IfSSmE Mliiwiiin WMH\ te.tnvj, Ail Saints Wine. PORT 1/6 and 21 the bottle. Full bodied, choice matured vintage. PURE JUICE OF THE GRAl'E. Walker Bros. Pty. Ltd. Grocery Corner. It's Just Possible .You've never tried our Dairy Pro 'duce Department for these goods mentioned below. They merit a trial, for they're Choice and Tasty. Fritz So usage Choico Saveloys -- Clioico Frankfurtu Smoked Barracouta - 1/3 lb. . 10 far 1/ H for 10(1 1/ and 1/3 each Prima Matured Checso,. ? 1/2 lb. Walker Bros. Propty. Ltd. Groccry Corner. SMASH SMASH SMASH In our Crockery Department you'll find fall stocks of all the follow ing, as well as many novelty lines : Plates-Jugs-Cups and Saucers '.Teapots Suyar Basins Jam Dishes Salad Bowls Butter Dishes-Comports - Dinner Ware -Bedroom Ware, &c., «fcc. Walker Bros. Propty. Limited Full Valuo Stores. Family Porfc.'No. 1 Invalid Port St. Marco Claret Fine Old Sherry 2/6 bottle - 4/6 bottlo - 2/6 bottlo ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

' AHERN & M'SWINEY Barristers and. Solicitors, REIP STRKKT. \V A NO A RATI A Mr. M'Swin^v. Commissioner for New Sr.niit W.'lleB. < Trust nnt) r.(h«r Moneys to Lend. MR. E. TALBOT JOHES. DENTAL SURGEON. 9-i cou.ins ST., Mri.bournr. visit- H RIGHT every two weeks. Gold (illiiiR, orown work, painless extractions by bushing .gas, cocaine, &c. Artificial teeth » speciality. NEXT VISIT-Alpine Hotel.: Bricht. Tuesday, Juno 2f>th, from 4.30 p.m.; all day, W.'rimsday, 2"Ih. Wangaratta Horse Sale Friday, 22nd Jtine, Commencing at 10.30 sharp. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN and GO. and ADAMSON, STREYTLE and CO. (Auctioneers in conjunction.) BEG to announce that tliay will hold their next SPECIAL SALE of HORSES at Wanpcaratta as above. We will have buyers in attendnnco for all classes of hones. FLANAGAN, NEWMAN & CO., . ADAMSON, STRETTLE & CO. DENTISTRY. «. A.'Payne, L.D.S., Dentist f P Dnnnnllv {Recorded by Dcnt.-ii Vj. C. uunneuy Board or Victoria.) of Murphy-S...

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Bright Free Library. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

Bright Free Library. THIS ordinary monthly meeting of com mittee of above was hold at tho Library on Monday evening, when there were present-Xfepars J. A. Dando (president), P. W. Sumner, J. Mnghan, E. J. Delany, R. Manning, and 1£. K. Ahem, hon. sec. Minutes of previous meeting wore road and confirmed on the motion of Messrs Hughan and Kenouf Secretary reported that although an application had been made in March for the Government grant, no reply had been received.-It was decided to write to Hon. A. A. Billson, M.L.A. and ask him to inquire why tho delay had been caused. President thought it advisable to pro cure more books, and this was unani mously agreed to, the number selected being 30. Matters affecting the entertainment were arranged, and after several questions of minor importance had been dealt with, and accouuts amounting to £2 6/10 passed for payment, the meeting oloaed. For Children's Hacking Cough at night. Woods' Great Peppermint Ouru, Is. (id,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

DEATHS. HEWITSON.-On let Juno, at his resi dence," Woodleinh," W'Uidiligontt, sud denly, of heart failure, Robert William, loved huabanrf of Annio, iind eldest boh of Mrs and the late John Hewitson. Deeply Mourned. DUNPHY.-On the 7 th June, at Wandili gong, Patrick Dunphy, beloved hus band of Arvila Duuphy, and father of Annie, Frances, Josephine, and Mary. -11.1. P. . IN MEAIORIAM. Ghandlkr.-In loving memory of my dear husband, and our dear father, John Chandler, who died at his resi dence, Post Office, Poropunkah, 5th June, 1908. -Inserted by his wifo and family. Lawiikn'CE.-In loving memory of our dear nephew and cousin, Sergeant Cyril Lawroncn, who died of woundsin Eng land on 25th May, 1917. , . -Inserted'by his loving aunties, M aggie and Agnea, and families. WESTON.-In loving momoiy of my dear ; father, Ephraim .Weston,. who died at Buckland on, lath May, 1916; also my dear mother, .who died on 8th June, 1916. , . Some day, some time, my eyos shall see The dear fuces I hold i...

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Federal Elections. FINAL FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

Federal Elections. FINAL FIGURES. THE filial batch ot tbe eoldierp votea from abroad was received by tbe chief electoral officer (Mr Oldhain) on Monday. It com prised about 5,000 votes, and brought the total number of votes cast by th« 6oldiers abroad up to about 32?,000. Upon the count of those voteH several seats depend ed, and now that thoy have been received it is possible to announce definitely the re sult of the elections. The last count has scarcely come up to tbe expectations of the Ministerialists, Mr Carr, who, it was hoped, would be carried ahead of hiB op ponent on the final batch from overseas, has been left niae votes behind. H* and MrSpence (Darling) are the only retiring Ministerialist candidates who have been beaten in the whole of Australia. STRENGTH OF PARTIES. When the Federal Parliament meets next week the position of the parties in Hon6e of Representatives will be :-Minis terial, 52; Opposition 22 The death of Mr Howroyd, the Ministerial candidate for Darwin (T...

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Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

Produce Market. FOLLOWING are tho ruliiig retail pricea ol Messrs. Walker Bros. Pro. Ltd.. Bright: - Flour-1501b. bap, 19,3 Wheat-5/6 bushel Chaff-3/9 owt. Potatoes-5/6 cwt. Crushed Maize (first quality)-5/ bus. Prime New Onions-12lbs. for 1/ Oata- 2/9 bushel Bran-1/2 bushe! Pollard-1/7 bushel Eggs-1/8 dozen Separator butter-1/4 lb. Choica factory buttor-1/7 lb.

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Died for His Country. SERGEANT CYRIL LAWREN CE. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

Died for His Country. SERGEANT CVRCL lAWilEM CE. INFORMATION was received at Harriet ville on Saturday tb.it Sergeant Cyril Lawrence, who was previously reported as wounded, bad died on the 23rd ult from gunshot wounds. Sergeant Lawrence, was the eldest sou of Mrs Lawrence, of Brunswick, and formerly of HarrietviUe, and the late Mr H. Lawrence. He had seen a good deal of active service, baviug been on the Peninsular, and later iu Egypt. Sergeant Lawrence was a youug man of inestimable qualities, and general rei'ret has been exnressed at bis demise.

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The Alpine Observer. FRIDAY, JUNE 8TH, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 June 1917

uTlte 3-lphu (iDbseite. FRIDA.Y, JUNK STH, 1917, Since the beginning of the year to Juno 7th, 25.82 inches of rain have lallen locallyv and for May and June to 7th, 14.52 inches. This is surely a record. Mr Wise, M.H.R., in a speech at Rose dale, Gippsland, on Tuesday, said he would not be surprised if the conscription proposals were again put to the electors before the eud of the present year. The final figures in tho Federal Elec" tions are now to hand. In Indi the totals are - Leckie> 16>226 ; Moloney. 12,639. Majority for Leckie, 3577. The soldiers' votes were-Leckie, 929 ; Molo ney, 609. Accounts are now available at the local sub-treasury (State Savings Bonk) for John O'Sullivan, A- Lawrence, R. Milne, Porepunkah Recreation Reserve Com mittee, L. Soufcer, J. Whelan and W. Wallace. Mr J. F. "Pennafather, P.M., will pre side at the local court of petty sessions this (Friday) morning, when several cases of wandering stock in the town, and offences in connection with tbe For...

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