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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

^oininonwcalib of Hustralta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This livOc I- »w» t..r..11 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS m EQ J;T43!.-: B'JiLOIMa, OOLUNS STREET, MELBOURNE Alv> a*- Xydu»y. 'an it:m. .vl-ln-i", }' r h. Hoh.irt, MmKxw, KocUumplmi. Tiwtuvillc, and London. 'Cahtc rtM^Umnv* .«<..<. » :» .. 1 <'-»wn on forriu'*) p'-'"<'* direo*, V*orer,;ri hills negotiated And iiiUwcei r t«., nv i-ui m : i« l;j|K nei^iifttrd or forwarded for Uhm..- 'i.i i .v mii;.- 'u-in,.« «».«;.». 'K-»i'i'tption transm'Scil within the Common* wealth, KaUM Km { .i!»rcid t'urroin. Av-ruit* Interest TiAiii on fixed UepoiitB. Advance* uxad« ani'nu-vd j^uriliv*. SAVINGS BANK OKOARTMENT Victorian Central Office : 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above eitio* and 2,01)0 Agendo* r.t !v.<i utlloes throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3',' por annum. 'Deposits or Withdrawals may he made at any Hwtioh or Agency within the Comraoaweilt...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

« uvffl i ISO N., . s the leading Hotel of the District. Commercial Travellers' Association House This Old Established Hotel has been Extensively Renovated, the Wooden Portion of the Ruiiding being Replaced, by Brickwork, and Visitors will find Every Convenience. GOOD ST^-BLIUKTG-. LOOSE BOXES. Eveiy attention for Families, Visitors Pishing, Cycling, Shooting aud Pic-nic Parties. Acetylene Gas laid 011 throughout the Whole Building. .HOT AND COLD BATHS. M. A. BALE, Proprietress. The Best-1 lie (bneape ARE SOLD BY A LOCA.L FIRM. PRICES £5 SEWING MACHINES The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and Jo more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, anil you can't wear them out. The Best Appointed Hotel in the Ranges. This Hotel has recently undergone Extensive Alterations, and is now without exception the most Convenient and Commodious House in the District. The Cuisine.is not to be equalled in the Ranges, and Mea aiay be Obtained at, All Hours. O...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

Weddiug. ' MOBItIS-IIUNDY. St Cutlibert's Church of England, Yurra wonga, (mys the 'Tarrawonga Mercury") was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Easter Monday morning, Jlitli inst, wliau Mr Harry Elder .Morris, headmaster of die State school at Jamienon, son of Pli ant Mrs J. I1. Morris, of lioomalmoomoonali, was married to Miss Euura Christina lUmdy, fourth daughter of Mr Patrick llundy, of Jioojvale Elation, New Soiitli Wales, and niete of Mr and IVIra .Joseph Maidtby, uf Yiuraivoiiga. Tiio interior of the sacred edilce was tastefully decorated in lienor of the occasion, and appropriate music was pro/ided by Mini Thomas, who presided at the organ. Thu officiating clergyman was thifKev J. W. 1'. Oates. Tlio bride, who was given awny by her father, was charm ingly attired in a gown of- crepo-de-chono ovor Bilk, -trimmed with laco and orango blossoms. Sho also woro tho orthodox wreath and Toil. Tho brido WHS attondod by her two Bistore-Misses Kathlcon and Elizabeth Ilundy-who woro ...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nec timide. FRIDAY, APRIL 24 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

?f)c Cfjnmtcle. PUBLISHED EVEEI- JFUIDAY. i\REC temere neciimide. FHIDAY, APKIL 'Ji 1014 THROUGH the Governor's speech, Tor which they are responsible, Ministers have hurled a direct challenge at the Opposition. As to the policy which they have pursued since they took office, the friends of Mr Cook and his colleagues may differ, as friends do whatever course those in authority adopt. But all Liberals, no matter what their prepossessions or interests; will admit thai Ministers deserve the credit given to those who having put their hand to the plough refuse to look back. As soon, as Labor made it clear that it would not allow Parliament, elected in 1913, to do any useful work, the Government 'devoted its energies to the one great eod, the securing of a double dissolution at the earliest possible moment. Under the hard and fast Party system ; which it thrust on a reluctant Commonwealth, Labor cannot allow the Ministry to do any good which may bo prevented or delayed. Every service whic...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

IJAW UKLATIXO TO N/IWSL'AL'LCHS. J 1. Subscriber* who do'nul give express notico lo llio contrary are considered ns wishing to coutinuo their subscription. 2. If subecriljcrs order llio discontinuance of Ihoir porioHfrnlfl, the publisher may continue lo send them until arrears nro paid. y. If subscribers refuio or neglect to tafeo periodicals from tha,ofllco to which they nro directed, thcr aro hold'responsible until (hey hare sot-tied their bill*, and ordered the periodicals Lobe discontinued, 4. If subscribers more lo othor places'without' informing publisher?, and tho paporB aro sont to their former direction, tho subscribers are responsible. 5, Tho courts hnro .Ircidcd t)>at refusing to toko periodicals from tho o'fllco or removing or loaving ihcin uncoiled for is prima facia orideuco of in tentional fraud. G. Jf subscribers pay in advnnco for periodicals they are bound to giro notico to tho publisher at tho end of llio tirno that they do not wish to continue, taking it, othe...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

TUB DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP. The dyspeptic is soroly handicapped ia litis life. If ho is a man ho can't keep, poeo with hi3 follows becauso of tbo weakness aud depression and ibo suffering that indigestion inevitably brings ia its train. If d womab, sho often finds it impossible* io carry out tbo daily household tusks, or meet tbo demands of a business occupation because headaehos distressing bilious attacks, pulpifation, aud sleepless ness arc spoiling her life. This strenuous ago wants trion und women of strong fibre, boundless energy, and great cheerful ness, but tho dyspeptic is not amongst tho number. How can ho oxpoct to bo ? How can ho hope to get through tbo day's work speedily aud efficiently if his mind is clouded and his systom clogged with tbo poisonous products of indigestion? How cau any man, or woman ottbor, work wall and cboorfully when tbo welt'Bprings of good health and Btrength -tho atomacb, livor, and bowels-nro disorganized and weakened ? It can't bo done. Tbo clfe...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

WHATaAKB TO TIE MAN VHP IS at Jw Onlv a bitter mockery. The world '-?J is full <jf ddiglits in which he cannot share. He can buy them but not enjoy them, and is poor despite his millions. This is specially true of the dyspeptic-the man -who cannot digest his food. When the stomach eraser. to effectually perform its natural work, food ceases to nourish and causes pnin, heartburn, v.'ir.d, acidity, and a host of other troubles which spoil life. _ Perfect digestion is the foundation of sound health, and that is assured by the use of the world-renowned digestive tonic and stomachic remedy, Mother Seigels Syrup. Sirs*. Maria Mariuell, 91, Lennox Street, I\orth Richmond, ? Victoria, writes on July :ist, 190S : "It would be impossible to overestimate the benefit Mother Seigel s Syrup lias con ferred upon me. When my health was completely broken down through indigestion and I scarcely dared to look at food, Mother ^eigcl s Sjrup Sid me my lost health and .strength, and . that aft...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ten Mile Annual Pic-nic. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

Ton Mile Annual Pic-nic. TIio most enjoyable gathering at Ten Milo for inaay years was tho annual Pic-nic and Sports bold on tho 13th inst. A lengthy lint of ovoate, Foot racing, Horso jumping, otc., was antorod into and got off with fair colority BO that thoro was not much time lost botwoen. Many visitors arrivod from Thornton, Darlingford, Howqua, Jamieson, Gaffooy's Creole, and "Woodspoint, and entorod enthusiastically into tho sporting circlo. Groat praisn is due to tho secre taries, Messrs W. Grainger and J. Dooloy and inombors of tho committeo for- their managomcnt of affairs, all worked hard to raako a suceossful clay. Tho catering dopartmont was.prcBidod over by MesdamoB Mooro, Boylo, Whoelor, Brooks, and Davis', and quito satisfied tho appetites of young and old. Tho committoo iiro,grateful to the public for their assistance, £31 boing taken in contributions and ontrios leafing a credit balance of £G, after paying all expenses, which thoy purpose holding over for thoir next...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Working Miners Gold Mining Coy., Kevington. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

Working Minors Gold Mining Coy., . Kevington. Tho Diroctors of tho Company have decided to mako an issue of tho shares in hand, 7,775 ot ooo .hilling per share ia ordor to raiao funda to furthor doToloptlie mino and start crushing operations. Tho Company's mino ia situated closo to tho Ooulburn river, at Kovingion, in tho famous Woedspoint bolt of country, nnd is equipped with a substantial iron framed 10-liead battery, workod by wnlor power, ono mile of tramrrayF, and complete mining icquisitos. Tho development work dono and plant and machin ery on tho mino havo cost oier £1,000, Bio Com pany a loose No 5142, covora an area of 22 acres 3 roods 13 perohos, taking in two spurs which arc traversed by a large tvol! doRtwJ, gold bearing JTio from 3 to 7ft thick.. Tlio formation can bo worked on n largo soalo by moans of tunnels in a very simplo nnd economical manner. On tho north spur a certain amount of development work hos been dono but it is on tho southern spur known as 'll differ a...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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A Standard for the King's English. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

A Standard for the King's English, JJy riioi'iissou AValtbii Uii'P-man.v, M.A. (Chief Juspector of tho University of London.) (CouLitmed from oar last.) It id vaulted for public speaking, for roasous that have been given. Of course, this does uot exclude dialect pootry, drama, etc. It is wanted for social intercourse. Many bare boon lmudicapped in their earner through faulty speech. It is wanted for tcachiug. Good literature makes its greatest uppoal when it i» well read aloud; indeed reading aloud ullbrdsu test, not only of the reader's apprehension of tho meauing and beauty of a passage, but of tho writer'* style, it i-< the teacher's duty to read aloud well and to seeuro good reading from his pupils. Uut wo must render this possib'o for tlio teacher by making it clear wlmt constitutes "good English speeeb," mid by helping him to understand tho iliflicultius of his pupib. i believe that, bofere long, every education authority will urraugo for what I may eii.ll a linguis...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 24 April 1914

CURTIS'S and HARVEY'S Explosives. DRAGONOf^^SEKfS tH BRAND BLASTING GELATINE, GELATINE DYNAMITE, GELIGNITE, OHEDDITE, BLASTING POWDER, & DETONATORS. Contractors to tho Yiotorian Railways, Stnto Coal Mino, Public Works Department, etc, otc. Stocks of Explosives kept in tho Jiimieson, Gaflney's Creek, and Woodspoint Magazines also at Allen Bros Btoro, Ten Milo. Also Manufacturers of tho well known Sporting Powdors, AJIBERITE & SMOKELESS DIAMOND. FREDW W. SCOTT'S Steel Wiro Eopes Galvanised and Black. All sizes and Constructions. <.OHN DAVIS & SONS (Derby) Ltd, Surveying and Drawing Instruments. Agents for the above, McMICKING & CO, 362 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. Also Suppliers of Dragon Candles and general mining material. Furniture! Furniture! Of every Description. A splondid lot just arrived, perfectly sound.! Ail articles Marked Below Mel , bourne Prices Suitos of any Spocial Pattern and . Design to order. . Terms Arranged Agent for...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Commonwealth of Hustvalfa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY Tbl» BanV Is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS >t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Iloburt, flriibine, flockhampttm, Townirille, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direcU Foreign bills nejetiated and collected. Letters of credit iiiurd to any part ot the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded ffti collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transsoted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current ncoountt opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central OfBce: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches In the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Po.«t Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Depoeite from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3a per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals nay be mads at any Branch or Agency within the Commonwealth JAU...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

PlffiT !H!!k I1TEL. J M 11 I i i i ip i s the leading Hotel of the District. Commercial Travellers' Association House . Iliis Old Established Hotel lias been Extensively Renovated, the Wooden Portion of tlie Buiiding being Replaced by Brickwork, and Visitors will find 1-very Convenience. : GOOD STABLX1CC3-. LOOSE BOXES. Eveiy attention for Families, Visitors Fishing, Cycling, Shooting and Pic-nic Parties. Acetylene Gas laid on throughout the "Whole Building. - : " nOT AND COLD BATHS. M. A. DALE, Proprietress. The Best-The Cheapest ABE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £5 SOs. SEWING MACHINES £9 15s. I*ng Guarantee. EASY TEBMS. Tested and Found THE BEST. In use all over the Commonwealth. WARD BKO The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do marc work with less labor than any other machines on the markct> and you can't wear them out. Ward Bros. 36-38 Errol St., North Melbourne JT"NCTf©N" HOTEL, J A M 1 E S 0 N . The Best Appointed Hotel in the Ranges. This Hotel ...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Darlingford. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Dariingford. (FKOM omt COIIKKSI'OKDENT) I regret to say that it it still undecided as to tho date of our holding our debate, 1 promise you that it wont be long, when wo hope to soo n number of ladies and gents turn up to take eidos. I think that tho first two subjects will be : .First, "Tho best way of Stuck building; Bocond, "Country ladiea vorsus town." On Sunday we had Mr Stevenson's farewell sermon and it was undoubtedly n good one, aboct tbo very best ho has delivered during tho last six months. Ho has worked hard for the top of tho tree and be is getting tbero fast. Each and everyone on tho river and around regrets his de parture and noDo more than the writer. He has left with tho good wishes of everyone, and next time we meot hope to find him well and hearty. Ploughing and sowing operations aro in full swing. Babbit trapping has begun and tho utarting price is 5d per p»ir which is insufficient to pay tho trapper after cartage is deducted, but thoy say that owing to meat havin...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nec timide. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

®i)e ®1)romde. POBIISUED KVKIiY FllIDiT. Nec temere nec iimide.' FKIDAY, MAY I, 1914. The ballot for the six candidates who are to carry the Liberal flag at the forth coming election is drawing towards a close. All voting papers have to be returned before the end of the week. Members of Liberal leagues should boar this in mind j those who have already voted Bhould rouse those so absorbed in business or in domestic affairs as to be forgetful of Political happenings. And, be it borne in mind, when a pre-election drags on for a fortnight there is a tendency on the part of many to leave'the iilling in of the Ballot paper to that to-morrow when they may have fuller information. Of those who delay some are sure to delay just a day too long, unless reminded by keener politicians. As a l>j<< vote, a. vote thoroughly representative of all shades oC Liberal opinion, is wanted, whole hoarlcd Liberals hnvo u fino fiold for the display of energy. It has boon pointed out ...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

WHAT^ASB ^MILLIONS I. TO THE MAN t S WHO IS aL Only a titter mockery. The world *!<. is full of delights in which he cannot share. He can buy them but not enjoy them, and is poor despite liis millions. This is specially true of tlic dyspeptic-the man who cannot digest his food. \\ lien the stomach ceases to effectually perform its natural woik, food ceases to nounfli and causes pain, heartburn, wind, acidity, and a host of other troubles which spoil life. Perfect digestion is the foundation of found health, and that is assured by the use of the world-rcuouncd digestive tonic and stomachic .remedy, Mother ScigcVs Syrup. , Mrs. Maria Msnucll, 9', Lennox btrcct, North Richmond, Victoria, writes on July sist, 19oS: " It would be impossible to overestimate the benefit Mother Scigel s Syrup has con ferred upon me. When my health was completely broken down through inSeestion and I scarcely dared to look at food, Mother be,gel s Syrup restored me my lost health and strength, and ...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A New Decalogue. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

A New Decalogue. Siuco Mr John Marfan lticlmrds supplied in liis book of reminiscences a business decalogue, tliero Imvo been sovoral othor offoringa of similar character. One of the best of those is that by Graham Ilood, in tbe ".Storekeeper." The ten commandments run thus: 1. Thou slialt not wait for something to turn up, but thou shall pull off thy coat and go to work that tbou rnayest prosper in thy affaire, and make tho word 'failure' spell 'succoss.' 2. Thou shalt not bo content to go about thy business looking lileo a loafor, for thou shouldst know that nny personal appearanco is bettor than a letter of recommendation. IS. Thou shalt not try to make excuses, nor shalt thou say to those wha chido theo, "I didn't think." 4. 'Ibou Blialt not wait to be told what thou Bhalt do, nor in what manner thou shalt do it, for thus may thy day ho long in tho job which fortune bath givon thee. 5. Thou shalt not fail to maintain thinn own integrity, nor nhalt thou bo guilty of anything that...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Indigestion and Headaches. HAD NO DESIRE TO EAT, GOOD HEALTH RESTORED BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. "Seeing one of your pamphlets some years ago," writes Mrs. S. A. Tebble, of Oiinda-st., Quarry Hill, Bendigo, V., "and at that period being c o 111 p letely r u n down, having lost eon siderablo weight, I de cided to givo Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills a trial to tion. I suffer Mrt. s. A. Tehbte. ed mUCll With from a 1'hota. Flat ulency and Sick Headaches and had little or no desire to eat. These symptoms soon vanished under a course of Dr. Morse's Indian Koot Pills. My diges tion improved and the system gener ally way toned up. My weight again became normal, and I have never had anything to complain of since. 1 re commend them to my friends and huvo every faith in your medicine. You can utilise these lines if thought fit. I am a mother of sixteen chil dren." Flatulence is caused by imperfect digestion. The food ferments and gases form that cause much pain and distress. A remedy is...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [This portion of our paper is open to all intelligibly expressed communications, with a distinct understanding that we do not necossarily endorse the opinions of our corrospondents, and that personalities will be excluded.] TO THE EDITOR OF THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Correspondence. [This portion of our pnpar \a opon to All intolli gibly oxprusfcd communications, with a distinct understanding that wo do nob nocossnriljr ondorsa tlio opinions of our corroBpondonts, and that per sonalities will bo oxoludod.] To TUB EDITOR OP TUG CxinowiotB, Sin,-Plenso pormifc mo to mafeo it known through your columns tlint I linvo in hand copies of tlio potition ngniast Homo liulo for Irolnnd. Any porson (loairiDg to sign same may do BO at nnv timo. "Sours etc., J. E. STANNAGE.

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

I LAW ItlCLAl INO TO KEWSrArEKS. \ 1. Subscriber who do not giro exprrss notion to tho contrary nro considered ns wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers oider tho discontinuance of tlarir periodicals, Ilia publisher may continue to send th^in until nrrcnra r»ro paid. ' 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to tnke periodicals from the oflU'o 1o wbirh they aro (limited, they are hold responsible uniil liny have sotilcd ihoir bill?, and ordered tho periodiroU to be discontinued. 4. If ntb?cribers move to other pluere without informiuff publisher!1, and tlin pi»pern nro sent to their former direction, tho subscriber® ore icspotifible. 5. The courts hare decided tlmt refusing to tnke periodicals from the ofllco ov romovinu or leaving I hem micnllcd for is prima facie evidence of in lent totial fraud. t>. If i«iibs>ciibet^ pay in advance for periodicals they tire bound to giro notice to Ilia publisher nt the rud of the time tlint, they do tint wish to continue taki...

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