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Cicely Vibart's Love. (Publislied by Special Arrangement.) (Copyright.) CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 June 1917

Cicely Vibart's Love. By ANNIE HAYiMES .\ut!:or of "Lady Carew's Secret," "Footprints of h'att,' Etc., Etc. (I'ublislied by Special Arraugemout./ (Copyright.) CHAPTER XXII. Cicely, what does this mean?" Cicely paused a moment in ;her rest less walk up and down* the'room," and looked at her sister-in-law. -"Where is Stephen?" Mrs. Bowman shrugged .her shoul ders. "Simt up in the library with the ma" from Scotland 'Yard. and; Mr. Burton. Apparently lie lilies "losing Uie sapphires. At any rate, he seems bent on placing every obstacle in the way of their recovery. "He is'-positive |y hindering the police instead of help ing them." < Cicely's face twitched oddly. .She resumed her pacing backwards and forwa.ds over the length of the room. Mrs. Fowman seated herself on a chair Roar the door and watched her. her pleasant face growing more and more perplexed. It was the morning after the discov ery of the loss of the jewels. It .had been impossible: to keep the fact that they wer...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 June 1917

Sporting. Mr. JACK CHERRY, the well known dis trict axeman, has been successful in passing for admission inlo the police force, and is now waitiny for the- call. .Jack, who is a splendid sample of an athlete, was complimented by the ex amining ollicer on his fine physique. Class is strongly represented in the Caulfield and Melbourne Cup nominations, and all the best horses of the sea sun are engaged. A number from New Zealand, whose owners look forward to their horses emulating Sasanofs performance of last year are also in the lists The Two Cups weights will be declared simultaneously on Monday, 251)1 June, and the tasks of the respective handicappers, Messrs J. H. Davis and \V H , Long, are difficult ones. Though this year's Melbourne Cup has , been dropped iu value to 6000 sovs , as , against Sooo sovs. given two years ago, j the entries show that owners are just as I keen as ever in winning the mnst coveted race on the Australian turf, and scarcely a big stable is without its rep...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Bright Shire Volunteers. Men who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 June 1917

Bright Shire Volunteers. men who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. WE give below the list of those residents who aie either fighting or on their way to fight for the Empire and freedom, to aether with those who are natives nf the district but at the time of their enlistment were residing in other parts of the State Also a list of those heroes who have fallen in their country's cause : - !lic<l from Hitiess Kay IH'Lcau (Wandiligonc) Jtcnloa! Harrietvile) A. 'I'. It rir^s (Tawongr.) lulled in Action. I\ 2». illctca'fc (Bright) II. Money church (Wandi igauj:) <i. HH'iVcil (Lower Mnck'nnd) A- Murray (Freeburgh) IV. A. V. Hitt'gs (Bright) S*ool (I'ro burgh) A- S. Af.tridiiC I Waodiligorg) 4'arllll'.W (Happy Val cy) T. ration I iinffalo River) T. IVillotmhby ( "yrtlnfoid) N. Itolhcry (Mynleford) J. t!. Shalbei'£ (Bright) Alex l>oil <Harrietvillt) Joe iJribble (Wanililigocg) A. Johnston (B i.:hti 53, Ucoruc (Hrljrht) T. <jrct»jtcss...

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Flood Experiences at Whorouly. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 June 1917

- Flood Experiences at Whorouly. THE sixth of June, 1917, will be well remembered by residents of Whor0uly,   says a correspondent in the "Despatch" of 16th inst., through startling events that occurred on that night during a record flood. For three days residents could not get any distance on account of the   flood waters-the most voluminous ever known. All former floods were nothing compared to this one. For three days before the flood there was steady rain, and so continuous that farmers and graziers became very anxious regarding their stock, and on 6th inst. they com-     mence to move their stock to higher ground. A large number were removed   but most of the owners had not the time, consequently cattle, sheep, horses, pigs   and poultry were in extreme danger. Only a few could be attended to ; others had to take their chance - some to drown and others to be swept away. the 6th of June was the night c...

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A Night of Terror. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

A Night of Terror. Few nights are more terrible then that of a mother looking on her child chocking and gasping for breath during an attack of croup, and nothing in the house to relieve it. Many tmothere have passed nights of terror in this situation. A little forethought -will enable you to avoid all this. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a certain cure for croup, and has never been known to fail. Keep it at hand. For sale by Walker Bros. Bright; J. H. Jones, Harrietville ; C. Lardi, Wandili gong; J. Ritchie, Bucklsnd.

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Wangaratta Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

Wangaratta Horse Sale. Flaxagan, Nkwman & Co and Ad unaon, Strutlle and Co., auctioneers in conjunc tion, report having held tlioir horse sale at Wangnratta yards on Friday last, when thpy yarded about 9U horses of all classes to a «ood attendance of buyers. Some good quality horses were yarded, and horses of the right sort met with good competition, and four trucks were purchased by Melbourne owner?, and a good number of horses were bought by local buyers. Top price of the eale waB obtained by Mr Geo Baker, for draught uelding, unking L28 ; n/c Mr Albert Younger, geldings LIT to L2G ; o/c Mr A. L. Lloyd, gelding to L23 10/; a/c Mr Ed. Kennedy, gelding to L18 ; a/c McDonald Uros. marea to L16; o/c Mr Thos. Mooney to L22 101 ; a/c Mr A. Bergin, mares to L18; a/c Mr Onley, geldings to LIT ; a/c Mr Darlton, goldinga <o Lit) ; gelding a/c Mr F. Barnctt. to LIT 10/; young gelding bohalf Mr R. T. Skehan L14 10/ to Llo 10/; geldings behalf Mr R Gilbert L1C ; fillios a/c ...

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British Red Cross Efforts. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

British Red Cross Efforts. IN connection with above, the following appeal has heen issued by Mr R. W. Armitage, M.Sc, district school in spector :-"I am looking forward to the contribution from each of our schools this month for the British Red Cross being the largest that the school has sent in. 1 expect great things I know that the people of each locality of which the srhonl is the center, each School Com mittee, each teacher, and every child at tending the school will leave no stone unturned to make a most worthy effort for such a noble cause. Who are dearer to us than our wounded fighting men, who are more in our thoughts than our sick soldiers ? And in whose hands will they be so kindly cared for when sent back from the firing line ? Why, the hands of the devoted nurses and workers of the British Red Cross In helping this noble organisation we are providing our own flesh and blood with the material and the means to have them restored to health and strength as far as it lies in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

FINANCIAL TROUBLES. Everybody has them. Don't brood over yours. Experts can put them right. Cut out this ad., and post it, with vour name and address. IVe -nil] send "you, without cost, particulars of how we handle financial difficulties.* "U*o spe cialise in getting in overdue accounts. B. 0. Camden and Co., 327 Collins (treet, Melbourne, .Hi a? 1/ you arc siil7erinfr from bad Ipcs throuch etc., I \*«nt you to know t h j\ t th« Lothertncton TrcMmcnt wiH effect a SPEEDY & PAINLESS CURE Each ea»e treated individually. WRITE TO-DAY for full particular' and Hat of ctnuir.e teitimomal*. C. H. BARTLEMAN, M.P.S. The Lothorlngton Phannacu .215 St. Georgea Rd., Nth. Fitzroy. MiiK. . If ©FFICEM writes this letter. Mr. Charles Rock, of 42 GIaden»st., East Brunswick, who for 33 years has filled arc important position in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes this letter, which other officials can confirm, to THESE/LETT£RS PROVE 'THE UNDOUBTED POWERS of THIS tiREAT (MEDICINE FOR...

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A Household Liniment. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

A Household IJniincur A touch of roheumatisin, or a twinge of neuralgia, whatever the trouble is, Cham berlains Pain Balm drives away the pain at once and cures the complaint quickly. First application gives relief. When a bottle of it is kept in the house, the pains of burns and 6calds may be promptly re lieved, and bruiBes quickly healed and swellings promptly reduced. In fact for the househoM ills, it is just such a lini ment as every family ehculd be provided with. For sale by Walker Bros., Bright; ,T. H. Jones, H/irriptville ; C. Lardi, Wandilimng ; C. 6. Goodman, Porepunkah ; .1 Ritchie, Buckland.

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Orange Blossoms. LAPHAM—GRIBBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

Orange Blossoms. LAPHAM-UIU1SBLE. A yuiET but pretty weddinfr was cele brated at Wandiligons on Friday last, when Mies Edith Annie, eldest duughter of Mr and Mrs F. R. Gribble, ot Wandili gong, was united in the holy bonda of matrimony to Mr Charlea Edwin Lapbam, second son of Mrs T. Boer, jun., of Wan diligong. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. Brnminall in the presence of lelatives and immediate irienda of the contracting parlies. The bride, who was tastefully attired in a grey crepodechine costume, with pink tritmuin«»f was given away by her father. Mias Edith Gribble, sister of the bride, was biidesmaid. Shu wore a grey parbardine costume. Mr G. Lapliam was groomfcinnn. Mrs Gribble, mother of the bride, wore a very nice frock of black crepe-de-chine. At the conclusion of the ceremony the company ait down to an excellent repast. The Rev. Mr Brammall presided, and justice having been dono to the good things pro vided, the following loast list wns honored :-The King ; bride...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

DENTISTRY. G. A. Payne, L.D S., Dentist C. E. Don :elly 1 of MurphY-Sir.-et, WANGARATTA. WILL viait Bright and Myrtleford every second week, and may bo consulted at. Mr*. Abrahatn'fi Stai Hotel.-DATE OF NEXT VISIT: BRIGHT, Mon-lny, ]8?.h .lune, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.; Tuesday. 19U>, alt day, 9 to 9 p.m. Wf -^-STE Pape'i- for Salu, in any quan tity. AddIV thin attica. VICTORIAN fiyyjiy? RA1LWAY& SUPPLY OF FIREWOOD. f I LENDERS aro invited for the supply JL of 45 tous of Firewood at any atalion with accommodation within 30 miles of Bright. Particulars at Everton, Palmerflton, and Bright stations. P.D., LI. Tenders, indorsed 44 Tender for Firewood," must be lodged, with the pre liminary deposit, in the lender Pcx, Railway Offices, Melbourne, at or before Eleven a m. on Wednesday, July 11th No Tender will necessarily be accepted. GEO. II. SUTTON, Secretary. Commonuvaltlv HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. fS?«nii General Banking Business PinndP°n Cities and Towni of Australia, London, Tldwor...

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Are You Enrolled? [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

Are You Enrolled? IN view of the State elections in Novem ber, special interest is attached to the com pilation ol the new rolls for the Legislative Assembly, The special general lists compiled from the police . canvass made in February, March, and April last have now been printed, and may be inspected at the offices of electoral registars, Slate Schools, police stations, railway stations, and post-offices in the divisions. Claim cards may also be obtained at these places. Persons qualified to vote are advised to inspect the lists to ascertain if their nam:s are included, and,if nol, they should make immediate application by claim card to be enrolled. The annual revision of the lists will be made next month, and persons who have icinoved to other districts since the canvass was made will have their names expunged. Those who have at tained the age of 21 year since the canvass and electois who have removed to other districts are reminded that they should at once lodge claims for enrol...

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The Alpine Obserber. FRIDAY, JUNE 20TH, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

dTIte ^.tpine (Dbscubcr. FRIDAY, JUNK 20tu, 1917. In another column tenders are invited for repairing Dougherty's bridgo, over Morse's Creek, on the Wandiligong Road. Particulars are given elsewhere. Mr E. J. Delany notifies in our advertising columns to-doy that he is prepared to undertake clerical work of all kindB, including transfers of property, income tax returns, life, fire and accident insurance business. The Country Roads Board Committee of the Shire Council mot on Wednesday afternoon to consider tenders for the erection of a temporary bridgo at Pore punkah. Only two were received, and that of Messrs Jagoe and Saell, at £179 14/G, was recommended for acceptance. The date for the complimentary social to Mr P. J. Moloney, ex-M.P., his been definitely fixed to take place at the Vic toria Hall on Thursday, 12lh July. Mr Moloney will be accompanied by Mr Frank Anstey, M.P., and possibly Dr. Malonoy, M.P. Full particulars will be announced in these columns next week. Ratepayers o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

BUSINESS NOTICES. ! 7Ke Store of 7d"c/ajy «» WALKER BROS.' >? Opportunity Opportunity Starts on Thursday Next, 5th July, At 9 o'clock. WAIT FOR IT.U&& The Biggest Bargain Event in ey ! This Great Sale will be a " Red-Letter " time for those who assemble to share in the BARGAINS! Increase the Purchasing Power of your Money. COME EARLY AND OFTEN ! \ - 9--Days Only-9 iaturday, 14th July, is the last day BUSINESS NOITCES Bfo BU1T * ros HIGH-GRADE CUTLERY FOE YOUR TABLE kUR FAMOUS LOW VALUES in CUTLERY, that is not merely nice looking, but useful, economical and serviceable. Table Kniyes Johnson'3 White Handle Knives 12/ . the half-dozen Rodgers'White Handle Knives 12/6V. :-"-? Lockwood's White Handle Knives ... 11/- ' All Metnl Tnble Knives ..I, Sf ' - , " Dessert Knives Johnson's White Handle Dessert Knives... 10/6 Rodgers'White Handle Dessert Knives ... 12/6 ,, Metal Dessert Knives - ._ ... ... 7/ Ebony Knives and Forks ... 7/6 " Spoons and Forks Page's Table Spoons...

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

Mining Notes. FOLLOWING dredging returns hav« bean reported for t.ho week enlo.i Fri.Uy Iai t: . ^ oza Maori Quoen ... 29 '4 Ovona Valley 25^ Porepunkah .. jo^ ihe iMinihtor of Minea (Mr Livingston ) intimated on Saturday that lie hud de cided to refuse to yrurit the implication made soma time nso for thn Kilai'/arra reserve dredging louae. About 5uD acres on the Ovens River had boen applied for. Hie decision to refuse the applieatioa had been reached after a visit of inspection to the dietriot, and after having considered the reports from the Kludgb Abatement Board, tho conservator of Forests (M> Maokny) the ohiof inspector of Minos (Mr Merrin;, the petitions for and tho objections against tho loaeo.

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Church Services. Sunday, 1st July, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

Ghuroh Saruioes. Sunday, 1st July, 1917, M E T H o D I s T - Wandiligong 11, and 7, Freeburgh 3, Rcr. h. E. Egan-Lee. Bright 11.30 and 7, Mr T. F. Lee. Harrietville 7, Mr Sloan. Porepunkah 7, Mr Rayner. PRESBYTERIAN-Upper Buckland 11, Lower Buckland 3, Mr Shuey. Bright 7, Mr Fraser. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.-Wandiligong 10, Bright 11 and 7, Porepunkah 3.15, Rev. G. Brammall. SAJ.VATION ARMY, BRIGHT.-Fire Bri gade Hall, young people's meeting at 10 a.m. Meetings 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7.15 p.m. Week-nkbt meetings every Wednesday. Captain Winter in charge. Woods' Grout Peppermint Cure, For Coughs imd Colds, neverftiils, le. Gd. Schedules for the coming Presbyterian Show, to be held in September next, have been issued, and residents interested in flower culture and exhibitions generally should procure ono The claeseB embrace cut flowers, pot plants, needle and fancy work, cookery, and competitions for children, and is on similar linos to that framed lost year. Mr M. Stewart has been appointed se...

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Bright Patriotic Committee [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

Bright Patriotic Committee THE usual monthly nioatinc of above was hi'ld at the Shiro Hall on Monday evonins last. Present-Or G. R. Abraham {in the chair), Mrs Tracy, Mi38 Tracy, Mussrs A. Mile5, J. A. Dando, L. Hunt, A. r. Showers, M. Stewart, J. Brogan, R"v. G. Brnmnisll (lion. Bee ). Formal business bavins; been ('is posed of, correspondence was read from British R««l Cnisa Society, acknowledging receipt of £7, being amount made no of £5 131 profit from recent entertainment and donations Secretary reported that th» meotftu c.illad for the i8'K inat., U,iiod for want of a quorum, au-i the circular.-) authorised to he issued were therefore held over. President anl secretary wire appointed to attend the public meeting convene.) by Mr G. Coleman for 30th inat. Mr Hunt thought they should all unite to givo the returnod soldiers a 6tting reception at the railway Btation, and afterwards at the Shir" Hall Mr Hunt reported that he had 15 trees belonging to the patriotic committee, and he ...

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MR. NEIL M'MILLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

MR. NEIL M'MILLAN. Mr Neil M'Millan, father of Mr P. M'Millan. of Bright, died at Beecliworth on Wednesday night. Deceased, who was 98 years of age, was for many years engaged in farming pursuits at Bowman's Horest, and only recently removed to Beerhworth.

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Court of Petty Sessions TUESDAY. BEFORE Messrs W. H. Goldsworthy, J. Brogan, and Thos. Seamer, J's.P. ARREARS OF MAINTENANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

Court of Petty Sessions TUESDAY. BEFORE Moswrs W. H. GoHsworthy, J» Brogaa, and Thos. Seumer, J's.P. ARREARS OF MAINTENANCE. Agnes Bertha Morris v. Charles Opio Staite; claim £27 8/, being amount due for maintenance of hia illigitimate child to 10th June, 1917. Mr P. M'Swiney, of Messrs Ahern and M'Swiney, appeared for complainant. Defendant did not appear. Mr M'Swiney, iu outliqg the case for plaintiff, said an order had been made against, defendant as far back as 4th June, 1907, in which he was called upon to pay a weekly contribution of 7/6 towards the support of bis illigitimite child. Various amounts had been paid, but it was only under great difficulty that the sums were obtained. . Defendant had practically committed contempt of court, and under the cirourastances he would ask that an order be made for the amount claimed. William R. Elliott, aotine clerk of petty sessions, deposed that on 31st December 1910, defendant owed £19 7/. On 28th of January, 1917, when witness took c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 29 June 1917

IbilRH HISL kjMl MRS. E. NRANU AFO HAIIV (IIUM O photo.) I have been N."i JF." WRITES Mrs. L\ ; Street, Ar::N.. I-ivcs so BAD AIVJ AD hatdlv STO .IT NISHT. I LNED FCL THI^S LOR !:!»). ANIL nothing ID !o I!O VIM .-.ay good, AMI as a #IM0!.RCT I ITFEL Kcxona, AND am SlileJ W "?'! R AT ONCO applications entirely i fc KESONI IS now a Family Remedy J as, >.TC att USE it. Last W inter my IS were so sore and cracked I SELY knew "HAT to do, but Rexona I fixed them alright. WC also use fir.A Soap, too, and, like Rexona, fit most excellent, especially tor JYFFI'e will ahvays RCCOMMEND Roxona ISL our friends." | The Mother's Favourite Price 1/6 & 3/ {3, CURFS^J] COUSHS CO^ A»D IMURTUEN^ n U1 SfSSSI P. S. GOODI 'IIII STOREKEEPER AI|(i NEWS AGENT, POREPUNKAH ;ERI OO Sale a LSREE and Varied i:>. -SAOITMEAT o! ?.ceries Ironmongery V.CROCIRERYWARE. G';; FAAOY GOODA STFEEX-DAEIIERY, Cycle Sundries |9,VELS for W assortment nter evenings, -cheap. P'ISTMENTS received for daily and IK^'^^E...

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