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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 11 September 1914
A PANACEA'FOR ALL STOMACH TROUBLES Ib found in Dr Sheldon's Digestive Tabules,. .which digest, what ' you eat andigive thft' weary stomaoh' a much-needed rest. Price 1* 6d and Si 6d, Obtainable everywbirti 0I£. NURS11 FOR CHILDREN. n, 8 "inflow's Soothing Syrup " for Children teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It soothes the Child, softens the Gums, allays all Pain, oures Wind Colic, and i 6 be8b remedy for Diarrhoea. Di rections for using Mns Wxnslow'^ Soothing Syeup.—For a child under one r ' ® fo drops; three month old, half a teaspoonful; six months old ana upwards, a teaspoonful three or foui tunes a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges Is changed for the better. Sold Everywhere. Rates dud to the Shire of Waranga, both general and sanitary, require to be paid within 7 days, otherwise legal pro ceedings will be taken. . If shadows fall on you and mo (And I suppose they do), And life is dark and...
Farewell to Murchison Volunteers [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 11 September 1914
Farewell to M'urchison Volunteers The Murohison volunteers to the first Australian Expeditionary Force, to the number of five, returned, from Broad meadows camp on Wednesday morning last, for the purpose of bidding adieu to friends and relatives prior to their de parture for the scene of operations. Those who returned on Wednesday were Messrs .Charles Tilson, Frank Kildea, Ernest Milne, William ETutt and Charles Taylor, while on Friday morning last Mr Frank Irvine paid a flying visit to his home. The boys were warmly received in Murchison, and on Wednesday evening were tendered a reception at the Me chanics' Institute. The hall was crowded, to the doors with well-wishers of the volunteers, and the chair was occupied by Mr P. J, Cooney. - Mr Cooney said that they had met to gether that evening for the purpose of doing honor to the Murchison volunteers, who had come back to spend a day amongst them before going to the front. At a function of this nature he considered they should not b...
Rushworth Court of Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 4TH SEPTEMBER, 1914. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 11 September 1914
Rushworth Court of Petty Sessions. Friday, 4th Settember, 1914. (Before Mr R. Knighb, P.M.) Thomas Corkill (licensing inspector) v. William Henry Morgan. Defendant, being a person against whom a prohibition order was in force did euter the bar of the -licensed premises known as the Royal hotel, Rushworih, on Friday, 7th August. denior-Constable Woodyatt detailed the case, and said he had seen defendant " hugging " a glass of whisky in the bar. The man in charge of the bar fc>ok the whisky from defendant and returned him the money. His Worship said defendant should re cognise the fact that this legislalim was for his own benefit. It was to protect him from himself. If defendant took his ad vice he would try to obey the order for the 12 months, or else he would be con victed again, when the penalty would be very severe. He intended to be lenient with him on this occasion, and defendant would be fined 10a with 7s 6d costs.
Royal Commission on Closer Settlement. VISIT TO COLBINABBIN ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 11 September 1914
Royal Commission on Closer Settlement, VISIT TO COLBINABBIN ESTATE. Members of the above commission, viz , Messrs Johnson, M.L.A. (chairman), Brawn, M.L:C., Oman, John Gordon, Plain, Chatham and Angus, M's.L.A., accompanied by Mr Peverill as secretary, visited Colbinabbin on Wednesday and took evidence at the hall during the after noon. It will be remembered that the Govern ment purchased the estate from Mr David Mitchell on the 21st November, 1906, at a cost of £5 los per aore, the total amount paid for the 19,164 acres being £110,198 8s 6d. The estate was cut up into 86 blocks, all of which were now occupied. The chairman explained that they desired to inquire into the conditions of the settlers, hear any grievances, obtain settlers' views and learn of the working of the Closer Settlement Act generally. Mr Rupert Taylor stated on oath that he was a settler on the estate since the first of the settlement. He personally held 240 acres, but the family had 640 acres and worked conjoin...
Cost of War. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 11 September 1914
Cost of War. Some years ago the late August Bebel estimated that any future Franco German war would cost £150,000,000 a month, while if Great Britain, Austria, Italy and Russia joined in, the cost would mount up to £450,000,000, a month. Neither Germany nor France, it is thought in some quarters, could stand the economic strain of such a war for more than three months. Both, how ever, wolud not break down at the same moment, and—so far as cash and credit decide these things—the State which can pay its bills even a month longer than its rival will win. War was not such a costly undertak ing 40 years ago. The Franco-German war, which lasted 190 days, cost Ger many £90,000,000 for an average fight ing force of-1,250,000. The Boer war, in which the British army averaged 200,000, and which lasted 30 months, cost £211,000,000. The war in the Far East cost Japan £130,000,000 and Russia £144,600,000, not counting lost ships,
Serious Chances Are taken in neglecting a simple case of Piles. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 11 September 1914
Serious Chances Are taken in neglecting a simple case of Piles. Any person takes serious chances in neglecting an attack of Piles. This ail ment has a tendency to become chronic, and there is also danger of ulceration and the forming of fistula, both very difficult to cure. Thesafest remedy for any form of piles, whether itchiog or protruding, is Doan's Ointment. It causes no deten tion from daily occupation, and the many cures made by it have made it famous in every ooruer of the world. It enjoys a greater demand, and more enthusiastic popularity than any other Pile remedy ever placed on the market. Mr T. G. Anderson, Blacksmith, High Street, Rushworth, says :—" I have used a good many preparations in my time try ing to cure Itching Piles, an ailment that has given me a great deal of trouble, but the very best remedy of all I ever came across was Doan's Ointment. After what I have put up with through Itching Piles. I appreciate fully the value of this grand remedy, and it deserves ...
WHERE THE EYE IS DECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
WHERE TtiE EYE IS DECEIVED. A curious optical illusion is some times seen as a motor-car pas'ses, the wheels of the moving vehicle appear ing for an instant to stop or even.-turn backward. In an investigation re ported to the Royal Society, Professor A. Mallock mounted a cardboard disc with spokes on a flywheel, and when this was revolved so rapidly that the spokes could not be seen or easily followed by the eye, and a slight me chanical shock of almost any kind was given the observer, the spokes appeared almost stationary for a frac tion of a second. Shocks having this effect were given in many ways, such as in the contact of the feet with the ground as in walking, by tapping the head or body, or even by rapidly blinking the eyes. It was proved that the appearances depend on the speed of rotation, the brightness of illumin ation, and to some degree on the na ture of the shock. The explanation was offered that the shock produces a momentary loss or variation of sen sation. This vari...
Waring Bros. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
Waring Bros. Waring Bros., as usual, are exhib iting a really good variety of their well-known light and medium-weight vehicles of both the two and four wheeled types. Their famous King Karrier jinkers are still to the fore, one a £16 10/- line, and the other a more expensive model with a polished blackwood body and a wide concord seat. They are also showing their patent interchangeable shaft jinlcer, by means of which emker long or short shafts may be used. • This is a type which appeals to anyone hav ing anything to do with young or lively horses, as the shafts can be made 10ft. or 7ft. Gin. at pleasure. Fitted with a powerful brake makes it an ideal jinker for station use. Iu the lighter class of two-wheelers there ' is on show a well-finished sulky of the pleasure type. The Speeding bug gies are represented by two of this type of vehicle. One is their regular £22 10/- proposition, and the other, a more expensive sample with a pol ished body. Besides these, there is a double-seat...
Not a Tiring Method. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
Not a Tiring Method. He tapped on the back door of a suburban home and asked for some thing to eat. The good housewife re sponded that she would feed him pro vided he was willing to earn the meal by clearing out the gutter. The tramp agreed, and when he had eaten his way through several sand wiches to a feeling of happiness, the housewife came out with a reliable looking hoe. "You needn't have gone to that trouble, madam," said the weary one, sizing up the farm implement; "I never use a hoe in cleaning out a gut ter." "Never use a hoe!" said the wo man, with a wondering expression. "What do you use, then—a shovel?" "No, madam," replied the tramp, starting for the hack gate, "my me thod is to pray for rain."
A Rank Ruffian. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
A Rank Ruffian. A. newly-married man. returned home the other night to find his wife looking very sad. • v "What, is the matter, Mary?" he asked. ■ . "Oh,, John!7 I've been reading how those .poor Yorkshiremen have been knocked5 about. . That man tlobbs must .be:a terrible, brute!" "What has he been doing?" "Haven't you read it? Why, it says he started, punishing them severely. He cut ;Drake twice; and knocked Booth all over the .field. Wilson in terfered, .but was knocked to the boundary. , • Next Hirst tried; but Hobbs ran out . and knocked him through the .pavilion clock. Rhodes ame on, and what do you think Hobbs did to him? Why, he skied lim, and he might have been killed, tut Denton ran and caught him!" A man's heart is hardened by the vater of a woman's tears, but soften ki by the sun of her smile.
The Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
The Markets. The Australian Mercantile Land & Finance Co. Ltd. reports:—Cable advices from London state that the fifth series of wool sales hare been postponed until 6th October, and prices are almost certain to show a considerable decline. Locally, sheep skins had a spirited sale last week. Hides are quoted as bringing up to 7;]:d for good, well cared for. Tallow is quoted at £27 per ton for prime. The wheat market has been irregular, but prime has realised as high as 53 lid, oals are at 3s fur best milling and bran and pollard at £6 15s to £7 per ton.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
Orange' -Blossom.^ KEWEY- NUTT. Chriafc. Church, Miircbisi n, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wed nesday, August 19tb, the contracting parties being. Mr Arthur George Newey, youngest son of Mr and Mrs Newey, of Beech worth, and Miss Alice May Nutt, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs G. Nutt, Murchison Eist. The chancel of the church was tastefully decorated, by girl friends of the bride. As the bride and her parents are well known locally there was a very large attendance of friends and well-wishers to see the cere mony, whioh was performed by the Rev. F. W. Wray. assisted by the Mr A. R. Pryce. The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father to the strains of " The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden," wore a graceful gown of embossed voile, finished "with pearl trimmings and lulle roses, and wore the customary wreath and veil. She carried a beautiful boquet of camelias, heath and asparagus fern. The bridesmaids were Miss Nellie Nutt (sister of the bride) and Miss Beat ...
THE FINAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
THE FINAL MATCH. Under ordinary circumstances the heal match between Murchison (minor pre miers) and Euroa would have been played at Seymour to-morrow ^Saturday), but owing to the fact that Nagambie has lodged a protest against Euroa for play ing, so it is alleged, an unregistered player in last Saturday's match, the match cannot now be played on that date. A special meeting of the associa tion has been convened for Monday evening next, when the matter will bo thrashed out by delegates. • Should the protest be dismissed it is probable that the match will be played .ou Saturday, "6th insb., but should it be upheld it is hard to say wheu Quality will be reached. ' Mr P. J. O'Connor, captain of the Euros club, has charged J. Dibbin (a Nagambie player) with using bad langu age toward him during the progress of 'sst Saturday's match. This matter will also be ventilated at Monday evening's meeting of the association. Anniversary service in connection with the Goulburn Weir Presbyterian ch...
FOOTBALL NOTES. WARANGA - NORTH - EASTERN ASSOCIATION. PRELIMINARY FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
FOOTBALL NOT'ES. - WA LIANG A - NORTH - EASTERN ASSOCIATION. PRELIMINARY FINAL. Football under the above association was advanced to the last stage but one for the prosent season on Saturday after noon last, when'teams representing Na gambie and Euroa (each of whom had won their semi-final games) met in the preliminary final at Seymour. Special trains were run from Murchison East and Euroa to Seymour for the match, and as these were well patronised by excursion ists a large crowd was in attendance to witness the match. The gate takings amounted to £28 3s. Neither side was represented by its full strenth, neverthe less the combinations were strong ones and it was predicted that a well-contested match would result. During the first term Nagambie had much the best of the play and nt the first change of ends had a lead of 8 points. However, from this period on to the finish the game was simply a procession—Euroa leading and Kagambie following, and the further they went the further Nagam...
"BUSHED." [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
7" BUSHED.' (i'eize Essay, . -without >keparation, j!y -a. rushworth Girl ) "Bushed?", What depths of misery aud despair are concentrated in that single word. The traveller leaves his home to penetrate into the bush, and for a few days all goes well. Then, when he does not reach his destination or seem to be even approaching it within a certain time, the truth dawns on him that he is " bushed." At first he can do nothing but sink to the ground in his utter help lessness and pray ba his Creator for his deliverance, and,-thus fortified, he staggers to his feet once again and tries to find some way out of his difficulty. Pre sently he finds what he thinks is a path, and follows it for some distance amid the great gaunt gums on the branches of which 2)erch the jackasses, whose insane laughter echoes through the forest, while now and then a brilliantly-colored parrot darts through the air, or a. frightened rabbit scurries awayinto the undergrowth. The supposed path soon proves to be a...
Close Seasons for Game. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
Close Soasons for. Qamo, The following are the Olose Seasons for the principal species of game through out Viotoria:— 1st August to 15th day or February, at 5.30 a.m. Quail (excopt California:! Quail, whloh are protected all the year). 1st Judy to 1st day of February 5.30 a.m. Wild Duck of- any Species. All kinds of Geese, all members of the Rail Family, Plovers, Avooet. All the Year. Kangaroos, Opossums, Swans and Wild Pigeons,
Our State Savings Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
Our State Savings Bank, There is no need for the people of Vic* toria to have the least uneasiness regarding the financial situation while the monetary system is buttressed by an ins'itution like our State Savings Bank. It has the entire resources of the Government behind it, and can only fail when the nation fails. The private banks are also in a very strong position, and, fortunately for the people, our paper money is small in amount and well under control. We hope the Federal Government will see that the war scare will not cloud the prudence of the next Com monwealth Parliament on the question. The note issue is now safeguarded; but these safeguards could easily be removed by members anxious to flood the nation with paper money. That is the danger which attaches to such issues. In times of panic it is easy to set the printing press to work turning out promissory notes, and the risk of over issue is great. Our State Savings Bank is conducted on the very soundest lines, and it does...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 18 September 1914
Notice to Advertisers. ALL alterations to standing advertise* meats will require to be forwarded to this officio not later than Tuesday Eve KIKqb, otherwise they will be held over until the following Week. MURCHISON HOTEL, Ifc^Tu.irola.&soin. (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT,) JL DESIRES to notify the residents of Murohison that she has secured a lease of the above hostelry, and trusts to receive a fair share of public patronage by stiiot attention to the wants of her customers. Excellent Accommodation. FIRST-OLA88 TABLE. Charges Hea&ionablo. A. KILDEA, Proprietress. HaHHHHaHHHEHHHHHHHHHHHH0HHHHHHHmHHBHWHHR«H55Bg EEHEHHHEKiSSSHHaKSHEHHMHJSHBHHSHHHaiSJSKHiaHKKHHgHi. SH an HH hm if f ff UUi sa BH ___ , HH Wool Wool n Grain | Skins g Hides g Tallow 5 Bark " Leather * Brokers H H On H H Commission New Zealand Loan & 1 H R JS a Agency Co. Ltd. HcLon°d"ne' 1 h All proceeds are held in trust. Each owner's consign- B mcnt is stored by itself and can be inspected any time » up t...