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To Our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
To Our Readers. Vory often an interesting item may como under your uotice. You may wit ness some interesting occurrence which may bo of general interest to the - public and'your district. Wo invite you to send it along, written in a short crisp, style, the crisper tho better. The editor will carefully peruse all communications : cut, whether they bo in political, social or other form, and they will be strictly confidential. All items must however, bo woll authenticated, and from a reliable source. " All communica tions -will be acknowledged in the cor respondence columns. --Newspaper clippings are also acceptable and facts about people ~ such as deaths, marriages, social events, etc. ; in fact on all events, wilLbe carefully read and if suitable, published.' ; ' "We"wish to mako this journal as in teresting i-.s possible, and you may help us if you desire; Give us your opinion 011 the current topics of the day—they may bo of interest to our readers; If you do not wish your name to a...
Nathalia Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
JNathalia Progre-s Association. There was a large attendance at last meeting ■ f the above association, in'the Public Hall. The country districts were well responded. The president, Mr. J'as. Richardson, pre sident All-Night Telephone. The Secretary reported that it re quired four more subscribers to secure/an all-night service. The department had to have a revenue of ;£i5° a >'ear Mr. H. M. Muntz moved, and Mr. A. Periy seconded, that the secre tary write to "several townsmen, pointing out the position and asking them to subscribe. . New Court House. The Secretary stated that he had heard no further word in regard to tile new court house for Nathalia. Officers had visited to make a re port. Mr. H. Mi Muatz s.iid it was a shame that they, were no further ahead. He would move thatjhe secretary write to the Minister in regard to the matter. Seconded bf Cf. Tuctcett and ' carried. Irrigation League Formed. - The President said the principal •idea in having a good meeting w:is , to c...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
Tennis. The draw for the Nathalie and | and Distsict Tennis Association is as i follows :— • " ; Second Round. Eastern Division. October 3—Natlialja A v Yielima B, Kiarimba A v Nuthalja B, Yielima | A v.Kiaiimba B; ; October 10—Kaarimba- A v Na thnlia A, Yielima B v'K-iarimba B, Nathalia B v Yielimi A. October 17-Kaariniba B v Na thili.i A, Yielima "A v Kaarimba A, Nathalia B v .Yielima B. # 9 » Yielima A v. Nathali 1 A —Tricks Miss Go\ett (N.) beat T. Thompson Miss Ball 9:4, Neeld-Miss Parry (N.) lost Mas5n-Miss Munfz'6-9, Wlnte Miss Duncan (N.) lost M. Thompson Miss Brown ^6-9, ; Tricks -'beat T. Thompson 9-5, Miss Pan^.b^at Miss Brown 9 2, Neeld-White beat M Thompson-Mason.9-5, Miss.es Dun can and Govett beat Misses Bail and Muntz 9 1.. - Totals—Nathalie, 57 games; Yielimaj 35 games. v
CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
cau'i.H i-BiO/ium. Presbyterian Chukcu. —Services will be held on Sunday next as folio s.— Nathalia Hand 7.30 Picola 3. First Sun day in the month children's service Na thalia 11, ^Pico'.a 3, Rev ^Taylor, Dookio. .' . Ciiu ch Of England.—Servient will be held on Sunday next as follows.— Nathalia (H.O.) 8 and 11, Yalca 3, Na thalia 7.30, Rector; 5th Wakiti 8, Rector. Methodist 0->uuch.—Services will be held on Sunday next as follows;—Na thalia U^Yalca (C.A.) 3, Picola West 7.30, Rev-W. Clemens; Yalca South 11, Boarii 2.30, Yalca (0. A.)'7.30, Mr Taylor; Picola North 11, Nathalia 7.30, Narioka 3, Mr James; Ivotupna 3, Mr GUssou. Kefokmgd Cuthjob of England.—Ser vices will be held ou Sunday as follows.— "Village Settlement 11, Waaia W. 3, Na thalia 7.30, Picola W. to-night, Moira Lakes and Barmali Township Wednesday Kotupna Friday,' Waaia Tuesday next, Rev G. Gladstone.
Wheels Across Siberia. No 2 THE TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
Wheels Across Siberia. No 2 THE TRAIN.. [By Will yv. Rock J v ' The progress of science is a won derful.thing. Though you may. have done nothing whatever towards its advancement, you feel praud of it If Jimmy Watt, the man who sat-for hours before his mother's boiling kettle inventing the power of steam, and incidentally allowing his younger brother to chop the firewood, were to rub the dust out of his eye-sockets, and, bone in bone with his. pal Stevenson, were to toddle down to Nikolaczaravinovsky or any other of those humble stopping places on'the grand Siberian I rank line, and gaze up at the big Russian locomotive hauling the international train, he would be flabbergasted'. So also would his pal, Stevenson. So also .vould the engine-driver of the Rus sian locomotive. ~ The mass of iron and steel tower ing up above the track, with its 18 wheels, its long boiler carried three feet clear above the driving wheels, its hugh tender piled high with fir.e wood, claims more than a passi...
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] Teff Grass. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
\ ■ CORRESPONDENCE. We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our corres pondents.] Teff Grass. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—This plant is a native of Abyssinia and is largly cultivated in the hill country there. It was in troduced into S. Africa some years ago, where it has proved of immense value for.fodder; and it is a-splendid variety for a summer hay crop. If the seed gets sufficient moisture to germinate, it, makes remarkably quick growth. It has been cut for hay in seven weeks from the. time it was sown When it is high enough to shade the ground, its growth ( is simply phenomenal, and as many as two or three cuttings may be.made from it in a short season. • Its feed ing value is very high, and U is eaten greedily by all classes of stock. "One farmer declares that his cattle will leave green lucerne for it, #hile a prominent- dairyman avers that his' milk supply was greatly increased by. feeding Teff It is an annual, and should be sown in th.e-spring. It will t...
Post and Telegraph Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
Post anJ telegraph, Rates. For the information of our readers we publish the following informa tion :— RATE FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA, S. I Letters—Half ounce or under — o I „ For every half ounce . ... o Urgent Letters—For each letter in addition to ordinary postage o 6 Late Fee, id in addition to ordinary rate Packets—Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight sib., dimensions not to exceed 2ft. in . length, ift. in depth or width, for. every 2oz. or fraction thereof o i Patterns and samples, packets of merchanise, etc, maximum weight lib.; dimensions not to 1 exceed ift. in length, ift. in depth or width ; rate of postage for every two ounces or fraction thereof o i Hooks, published outside Australia, Jd every 4 ozs or part thereof. Books printed in Australia, $d per.-8 ozs. or part of 8ozs. (a) Magazines, reviews, seriels, anil other similar publications, printed and published . in Australia, in number:! at intervals not exceeding three months, per 8 ozs. or part thereof, (b) Ma...
NATHALIA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 24th SEPT. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M. and Mr F. H. Furze, J.P) [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
NATI1ALIA POLICE COURT. Thursday, 24th Sept. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M. and Mr f. H. Furze,'].P) . " & — " Detecti've Sullivan v Albert Lenon; that on or abuut the 24th day of June, 194, at Lower Moira, did feloniously steal, take and drive away 14 sheep, the property of Robert John Patterson. . Inspector Corkhill prosecuted and Mr Mueller of Echuoa, defended. Robert John Patterson, sworn, fanner at Lower Moira, knew accused who lives, about five miles north-east from his place, he also has land south of his place,-^nearest point three miles, has 2 blocks, remember in June last of-having 228 sheep in the 60 acre paddock about 5 chains east of the house, was hand feeding them for a purpose,- the sheep were crossbred and comeback wethers, abou' five percent. 2-tooth, about five per cent.6-tooth, balance 4-tooth ; they were branded with three different brands, wluch were: —some red T on right side, some black S on shoulder and balance had a blick bottle (O) brand on the rump, n...
Market Reports [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
Market Reports The Australian, Mercantile, Land .and Finance Company Limited re port on'23rd September - Sheepskins.—The offerings totalled 15,500 at this week's auctions A keiener demand ruled throughout the sales, and all lines (particularly well'grown) sold very firm at late rates; Hides—Small.supplies ware sub mitted at auption this week. The offerings -amounted, to 1,647 li.ld.es-, and kips of which very few were withdrawn from flW: .catalogues/ The market jf.jr all weights showed ftrnii)ess, ;nnd prices were fully main tained. : Tallow.—At-the auction sales held this week the offerings totalled 270 pipes and casks, of which ,93 pack ages were. p;is§ed ijn,, A good ide mandwas in evidence throufthout at slightly belter pticcg than last week
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES Letters—For every ioz. or under o i Post Cards—Stampcn on Cards ' o I Letter Cards to New South Wales South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand and Fiji ... o . i Packets, Books, Newspapers,^. . Registration Fee, same as for > . places within Victoria. Parcel Post—For every yarcel of. . lib. or under „ ._ o 8 lindi additional lib. or under.(up ■ to nib.) ... _ _ o 6 Parcels Post Within Victoria. Limit weight ii lb. Limit of size 3ft 6in m length, or 6f in girth and length com bined. Postage (to be prepaid by stamps)— 1 lb or under 6d; each extra lib 3d. The stamp to be afixed to an adhesive label to be obtainable to any post office which label will be attached to the parcel qy the postal receiving officer after he was ascertained the weight, No parcel will be accepted unless fully prepaid. Rales to the United Kingdom and Foreign Countries. Letters—For every joz. or under o I Post Cards—each .. o t Newspapers, wholly by sea, i6...
PACKETS, ETC. Preparation for Post. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
PACKETS; ETC. Preparation for Post. Packets may be sent lliri ugh the pos without a cover (but not fastened with anyt thing adhesive, such as -gum, postage stamp, sealing wax, etc.) ; in a cover irely open at one end or side (if the be slit, the opening must be of the extent of |he end or side, and the contents must be easy of withdrawal). The cover, may bear the sender's name and address, arid, the words, "packet," "sample," or "pattern," ctc.,-as the case may be, "only." Packets may be tied with string, but officers I of the department may cut the string-to examine the contents, and,tic the packet up again. Samples of seeds, drugs, etc., which cannot be sent as open packets, may be enclosed in bags or boxes, fastened so as to be easily undone and re-fastened. If ad dressed to places in the United Kingdom only, they may be sent in closed trans parent bags. Note.—If the above conditions be not complied with, packets are regarded as in sufficiently paid letters, and, charged ac cordi...
ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
• ORDINARY TELEGRAMS. Town and surburban, within prescrided limits, or within fifteen miles from the send ing station, including address and signature (not exceeding sixteen words) 6d. Each additional word id. — • Other places within the state, except town and suburban, including address and signature (not exceeding sixteen words) 9d Each additional word id. Interstate, i e., from any one state to an other-state; including address and signa rtcrc-"'(not exceeding - sixteen words) , is-. Each additional word id." ^Telegrams to Tasmania, 16 words is, each additional word id. . A fee of 2s 6d in addition to double the foregoing rates is charged on telegrams for for tansmission on Sundays, Xmas Day and Good Friday. The urgent rate for telegrams is double the ordinary rate. The foregoing rates ?:e exclusive o porterage charges.
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes may be obtained at airy Post Office in Victoria. Hours of payment 10. a.m. to s p.m. The following are the denominations of the notes, and the poundage or price charged for them:—6d, Jd; is, id; is 6d, Jd; 2s, id; 2s 9d, 3s, 3s 6d, 4s, 4s 6d, id; 5s, 14; 7s 6d, zd; 103, 10s 6d, 15s, 20s, 3d.
SHIRE OF NUMURKAH. COUNTY—MORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 29 September 1914
SHIRE GF NUMURKAH. . County—Moira. ParishesCentral Riding.—Drum • anure, Kaarimba and Mundoona.. Eastern Riding.—Baulkamaugh, Ka tunga, Strathmerton &lt;*and ' Ulupna. Moira Riding.—Barmah, part Kanya peVla, Kotupn'a and Moira. Western Riding.—-Barwo, - Naiioka, Picola, VVaaia, Yalca and Yielima.. _ Province: Northern. Division Nu murkah. Members of Council: Hotis. A. H. Abbott and W. L. Baillieu! M.L.C.'s. Electoral Distiict: Goulburn Valley Divisions: Numurkah, . Constituted a Shire, 26th May, 1879. Moira Riding, severed from Echuca Shire and annexed to Numurkah Shire 1st June, 1893. ' Area: 800 square miles •?Popula tion : 7595. Valuation : .£83,536 Rate: is in the £. Revenue, £7488. Amount of Loan : £10,000'. President: W. A. Campbell. " Councillors. Eastern Riding. Name Address Retires.1 T.Thornton* VVaaia 1914 A. Meiklejohn* Strathmerton 1915 W. A. Campbell Numurkah' 1916 | Central Riding. F. Moss* Mundoona 1914 W. Purdie* Wunghnu 1915 R. Gordon Drumanure 1916 Western ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 6 October 1914
Cream! - Cream I E. A. BENNETT, PROPRIETOR Nathaiia Butter Factory, DESIRES to let the Farmers and Dairymen' of Nathaiia and surrounding disti ict know that he has opened the Nathilia Butter Factory and is prepared to to receive Cream in any quantity, and will pay top price and guarantee fair results All Customers Cordially Welcomed A. E. Heighway, . 28 THE OLDERFLEET, 475 Collins Street, Melbourne. GENERAL COMMISSION, LAND SALESMAN, & FINANCE AGENT. TRUST MONEY to Lend on farms, &c., at Lowest Rate of Interest. Charges Moderate. Stock Sold Privately. Wheat, Barley, Oats, &c., sold on Brokerage Charge. All Farmers' Requisites secured a Lowest Rates. Farqjs for sale—Gippsland, Western ! District, Goulburn Valley, Riverina, &c. Pianos, Organs, &c., Carefully Se lected on Best Terms. Farmers requested to write tome for any business reqnired in Mel bourne, or call at above address Melbourne Show Week, or and ORIENT LINE OF ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS For ...
To Our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 6 October 1914
To Our Readers. Very often an interesting item may come under your notice. You may wit ness some interesting occurrence which may be of general interest to the public and your district. We invite you to send it along, written in a short orisp, style, the craper the better. : The' editor will carefully" peruse' all communications tent, whether they be in political,. social or other form, and- they will be stfictly confidential. AH items must however, be well authenticated, and from a reliable Bource. All communica tions will be acknowledged in the cor respondence columns. Newspaper olippimm are also acceptable and facts about • people • such as deaths, marriages, 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. . Uive us your opinion on the cflrrent topics of the- day—they may be of interest to our readers. ' If yoii do hot wish your" nam...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 6 October 1914
Froui Various Sources. First Loafer : I 'opes the next Government 'II make, tilings 1-ok up a bit. . Second Loafer : They would if I was among 'em, but it's human nature, you may depend—as soon as "they gets in they forgets they wero once men like you and me—and they does nuffink! ! DAD DIARRHOEA "WHEN TEETI1 ING- . V '"Whoa teething my little girl suffered greatly from Diarrhoea," says Mrs Alico A.Powell, Creasy. Tan. "When first attacked I took her to the doctor," but his treatmont did her no "good whatever As sixteen children had died of diarrhoea iti the previous two weeks I was greatly alarmed. I gave "her a few doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Re medy and the result'was simply marvel lous. In a few hours I noticed a decided improvement and the child was quickly well agaiu." Sold everywhere. In an account of a social gather ing a reporter described one of the lady guests, who was of exceptional stature, as possessing a form "that Juno might envy." The next morn ing, h...