Elephind.com contains 53,178 items from Alexandra And Yea Standard And Yarck, Gobur, Thornton And Acheron Express
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 21 January 1910
Wedding.. BEEVER-NICHOLS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; On the 5th January, a pretty wedding was c'l?leirated att the residence of Air and -Mrs W. Nichols, Upper Thornton, between Mr Ernie Beever, second son of &nbsp; the late Mr Isaac BIeever and Mrs Beever, of Upper Thornton, and Evelyn, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Nichol, of Upper Thornton. The ceremonywas &nbsp; performed by the REV A. Macdonald. The bride was attended by Miss MI. O'Rourke as bridesmaid, and Mr Legould, friend of the bridegroom, acted as best man. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the newly married couple were &nbsp; driven to Alexandria en route for Melbourne, where the honeylmon was spent.. &nbsp; On taking their departure they recieved the time honored parting salute in the shape of rice and slippers. Prior to his departure, the bridegroom was entertained at a socisal evening at his parents' residence. After the usual toasts had been &...
HOW TO HELP YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
ý'.1 Qw T1 ; 2ý`,LB YO BR TQ WN. Talk aiO bojlt i . -Buy&lt;4Ll you',oaDin, it. Rleap4Rqj. qth, . by, aBiattigg, tradqpp p 0.L ywie,.peholpilgn t)ip pticp,alop3g. rcnt tranpera rtthttiqtut coFt~ey, a~id hIospitit ty, a4..r8r~] this, they. rgpy, t449. ajv3 good inlregawona9€. , ptl8sZtamp f at;bc anf t hwmey a.tr8t , 6blveý. fg popuZprdSty, by bp u; :n;. ouT}n - t it;,e"ta. jup Rný,ttruptwPF~k~ncCB. f;sPP.th nlonpy~in;X;Ep.Eto\ ip. Sell all cp.a 4ta) at)X jbuys a1Lly4R;cpnq at h pR,. zK~he p ; haxox ,Itet , in., etQrea,. rQusop3J4,otiter .bugii i4p1pcp. are. boencpuiigeWi t9d -r aR the. 89aId bo,enepuraged.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
S BIC WL .$ BICYCLES' For Reliabili yl, Vi- ?ish anrI Va1 . We have been B3uilding 1iyycles !prt the last 12 yc6Fa7 an ; w q. a now. all there, is to kno¶y aHut 1s i icycle. 1 e Pf ý1I EI;R4¶1 on BICtyuSle. q4 'QQ·PS3 to value of £1 tq any Railway, Station in 'iqtoria brop us a linq, and. slfo. Dos gt you oiw lhstgst Art 4'ttIpgq§. Our MODEL 4. q,£8 1.9. cashi, is a arvel for, the rmqqey. MýQDF4. So, £10 cash, ' 1I.DEF'E2, £12 1Qa, cash, azd. 1iQD1Q SP EQIAL Q,. £15. cashb. ' Ferr Arranged, All inquiries aild, qrcers grozpytly atttended tp, and Satisfaction Guar anteed. Rememiber, we Pay' 1lroigl;t, and yvq givq you Vraluefqryoqi UNLTIAY 4QFIES;, "Barb CycIe YWQoW, "336FTI.JZABEtTI STRiFE'; MEL9OVRNE. The following is the result of otr recent 1,iiopetition :-I2. I T YQN, Avoca, 1; A. 5, AND;IIStN, Ararat, 2; A.1_PLHIIf H, S, M1¢ I o.rQe&t 3 . SSEY= ARRIýS, 4 ._' iWrD Q1YQLE; DE -0,. (Next Wl ,elgtr's, Pl4narnacy), Neat 4 g grc~qrjpldncJ1 IaiiieHs' and Qents' Mntachixes. -4TX...
IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
Copcprnjng. some. pprtq. of the. district, npw,B.c )nes.hu. seldpil. This is not the. fault.o.thoe F?itor, for hp has.no. meracur 1qusapower of knowing w.hat is.happein* i, ajl thp aroe,, ofcjciu ntion, Iý iq .tho, f .rlt o~g rsidep?s.n, ttihp. siiqpt,pace. "Will..son2e man or. woman take the matter i4, hand and,.cpupo the silence to cease . If no one else.ia dojig.it for,yopr din. trict wil. YQOU try. o, thp. e lirs ?, p8nd a~pouwfs qE publip, and social. eveppts ii ,thWS,,t Abr a or,niighboRhophl, spph:as.weddangs, depths, accidents. con cprte,. iqatters touohitg the industries, i io,.yp.qb nazpp..iU.sqone corner ; not for. pr~iqing but for good faith. -W rito,.thq .hal s, ofpnrsoopp vv r?. d i? tjnptly. Do yot bothep. abo,4 grQmmsr. or spelling; it is the. Edjtgr's.worc to.look after thca trifles. The, baSoest,akeletgp is.enough. write on one side of the. paper ojy,. fiY. ihforplation but lot criticism,
JUSTICES' ROOSTER 1910. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
JN4ST1qEs'. ROQSTER. 1010. Jsne 4". 'leaaWylie &R. W. Wightnlan, I, La1e.arul Wheeler. S61IPp4 Jonsn eb u e pr , 1 , n aLMPhereon.. Feti, 1",Ale are. Wyjiv& . W. Wiiglnnlan, ," 9, ~ uýiejqand WCheolor ,. t ,. ~' Scale ao4.c Jhnsop. 2 . Dunn antn M! P reon. g&r. 1, A14CpasI WVy'lie&,R. VW. Vigltmari 9, L~ade andl Wheeler. 1t Scte sizd B1Jolion,_ 20. Iluw and "P ,hereon 29? . It W-5le& R.. W Wightman, MAyr 4;; ble , Lcad & Wheeler.. P l. ~ Scpleci pgd Johnson , 20',~Iueadl. W.Wghra 1u ol, BIPhjrpron 20*. Wyi&R W 'Tgta Jjy. 4 Mieaarq, LIpde~a·d 4 heelerr 111 ,., Sc1,andnAJohpaaoný 8. Soale.an4 .lojineon,;, 15" Dunna nd "M1Phetieoiq .~21+. rWlie,-R. W. Wighl,.man 27- , ~d anti Wheeler. Jdstigpp are. rq lat95l to,.prevjdo u uu *tlutuewhpn unablb,tonattepdA -- u "PpliceMAlagiatrate wjlL attopd.if requircl, Tt ;M.. WILLIAMS, (lerk~ofCpyurte.
Concentrates. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
Concentrates. That Australia's need of population is now' generally acknowledged. That definite offers by the State will se. cure from America and south of Europe the. right kind of immigration. That it is estimated that 30,000 irrigators: will be needed to work land commanded by irrigation works within two years.. That closer settlement will now proceed under new conditions. ' That the new engineer favors open cross ings. Let us have one between library and shire hall as soon as possible. That the last has been licard of the great. big bobtailed B & aV Ba.h That therewasne.felonious intent attached to the offering of this wandering animal. That all concerrned are now breathing, more freely. That mixed bathing has not yet engaged the minds of the sexes in Alexandra. That a nuriiber. "of Alexandra's fair daughters regularly.visit a certain spot on yeo banks.. That they have erected a, mina-mia in a secluded spot. Thata the change required befor seeking the water is left behin...
Darlingford. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
Darlingford. (From Our Own Correspondent.) An unusually largo number of tourists are visiting Darllngford this season. The tourist on the bicycle, family parties, and picnia parties are everywhere to be met with. Among the several attractions Darlingford has to offer tourists, the0 lboats on the river appear to lbe the most poputlarl, and consider ing the. reckless mlanner in which these boats are being used, it is rather fortunate that nothing more serious has happened beyond Lan accident caily in the season, and which had the eflbct of making those who had charge of the boiats more careful. A boat overcrowdedl with reckless young people was upset in-deep water, and two of iLt ocnupaunt being una5l!.eto switm were inl imminent danger of being udrowned. For tunnately two young nlcn,viuitoru frome to?s?n, were on the scene and realising the situation and betlg expert swimmers, they at orco proceeded to the rescue and brought theim to a pliace of safety. Credit is due to Mr O'Keefe fo...
Rainfall at Alexandra. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
I. Rainfall at± Alexandra. The followinig tablo shows the rainfall: Lt-Alexandra for, thw past. 25 years: nontot. 188.ss 1882: iss8. i84. iss8:' 18?46 s7. 1ss8: 188ss' . 1iS. 89 '91. Is8 ' . . .: s9 6. .i9 1901. 0: i' 10 19s, iso. .I , s . a. Inch?s. ?a?ci Inches. In'cIe- Inches.,1 1hes. I che: iche s Inhnes .Inches Inciics richesnhsnh.nes: nche Inch e . Iis Inchea Inches Lche I eu 06 nches Irn 25he In2che zcesi Jary 062 1: 350 2790- 0 0"3 4 6"591 01 5 6 0 11 19045H4.' 1,' 2"89, l 0.i (.73 1.4s 1,88 .76, 0.81: 1, i3 0.02 I.4 1.07 1.?', Febru9ry . 023 " 031 O1 084 4 2 4" 1 "43 3 5 0 7I 2 43[ 0-73 0-10 0133 0 37 ?6' 2 "9:3 f1't0 1h? 3 46 70., 0.10 0.65 0.68 1?53 1.52, 1.13 047 1.08 0.66 f'20 March 3 .$ 0"50 1.97 3"31 2.65. 0"SS 255 14.L Q"35' 437 202 06 99 1o.I 161 -1 3',-' 184 3 0'27.- 3.53. .:16 1.56 2.15 I5.07 0.32 0.50 "142 0.93 ,0.56 2"06 Aprit ... 1,15 2"45 129 0'.53 1.89 0-33 382 0-77 2"71 141 2"13 2.49 1 6.- 2-.I 18-94 :3194 (0l8 o.3 7 149 1. 3.49 01.1 3,7"11 1.13 " u 93s 049 ...
Yarck. PRESENTATION AND SEND-OF TO MRS. PURCELL. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
r Yarck. !t PRESENTATION AND SEND.OF TO MRS. PURCELL. (From a Correspondent.) f Although the evening of the 14th inst. was one of the wettest experienced here 3 since last winter a large number of ladies and gentlemen assembled in the Yarck public hall to say good-bye to one of the oldest residents of the district, vie., Mrs. Purcell, who has disposed of her proverty and decided to live in Moonim Ponds. The guest of- the evening and the youngest member of the family were escorted into the hall by Mr. A. E. Gough, the andence rising and giving ;then, a warm welcome. The chairman, Mr. T. Creighton, ha ing expllained the object of the gathering, which was to show respect and do honor to the esteemed guest and her family, said he had known the Purcell family for nearly 35 years, and had spent many happy hours under their hospitable roof ; he and the late Mr. R. Purcell having been more like brothers than mere neighbors, and having been so intimately acquainted with the family he had amp...
CATERPILLARS DISLIKE X-RAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
CTTgHRPLLARS DISLIKE.. X-AYS. 'T-e, grpuhb oK, flies. bpes. bg.tlen, epd .other in a hae .ve, been placed4 y ithe,wooden. hli of, a b,qxb h.ying, oa,. par1. of, woo4. atJ.4 a"nP.r of. Igaad,: and on eyp oure. t¶.p, I optgoe romyat4Ti~'lve.W ben:grqatlf ecited, inveyri.'byW. rcratinW. ftp. .thb* lejFdcn. part of the bo'x With blind grubs tie, reuiita were, tb sname, 0showing tat. the, oexcting rays were. per cplved. throggh, the nervoas oft the, More,. nBitchpS are uned4 ir,, thiq.. y1nited. Kingdopp,,tha, in, any., otheor cpyntry sq; thB wotid. It. is. comput d, t1tt- SI .'rtveragc .ofeiffht matches 4 d4ay arte used by. avery pernsn.
MATCHES AT ALEXANDRA. Thornton v. Wanderers. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
*' C 7HF1;AR ALLXAND4DR Thornton v. Wanderors. The following are the scores of match played, in Dec- Thornton. O BRonl4ion,b Wm Norbnry .. , B 0. ,.not lut ... 20 T ERbliraon, bTytler ' 2 Wl tobineon, b lytlr' .. 0 it epS bTytler SJ'3!akhr, c aid b, Iytler .. W Robbb Barton.. .. . 0.. Evan,, bh Tyttier. ... 1 Beazlcy, b,Batoin ... ... ... I Ward, b rn , ... ... ... nndria ... .. 4 Total 42... ... ... 42. Tytler 5 for in, Norbury 2"fqr I'6Bartosqý for, Wanderers. 2 Barton, O'Brien, W Robipson . 2 (tow, b HRobineoh ... ... .. 2f Bzfinoet, b ".Rbinsoh ... ... --..... Whlting, pt?, _:.." ... .. 5, W D'qcl?kin ra otnat..' . 100 ne;ot.o ...a ytler, c an. b Grant " . i undije2 Total, 1ivC for 21. 2 Yarck v. Wanderers. Wanderers. Ny?, st 14Ooodecar ... . W' htitlhg, 6 (,plea r.".. ... " " Leckle; n66 out ".: 82 Docklng, erry .. 15 Barton, bJ b hMena an,..a .. 4 m b ? 'Ienaman,, ... 1 M'Phee, ,MMea an. W-Still- l a,_tdb b oGodea? .. . q~Bennett, b h Me? ..riaa ... 0, V( Vnig,d Halligan, ' b ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
"A P St. ý Ohuroh eorvicos. Cuuncii oi" ENGLAND.--Sunday Next : 11, Litany, Holy Communion ; 7. 0evcnsong, Alexandra. :3, ovensong,clKanumbra. Hlar vest T'hanksaiving Alexandra and Kanum bra. M ETuonlsTr CvunIan.-Sundny next, Taggerty 11, Crystal Creek 2.30, Alexandra 7.30II.--Rev E. 1I. Nyo. Psx1ssYTERUIAN CIIxURCII.- Sunday: Y1'rek, ]1.30; Cathkin, 2 30; Alexandra, 7.30.-Rev. A. Macdonald. TO LEND. T '1MET)tATFL , Tgruyt Funds £1050 & . 0() at 4+ pcrcont. on Lroad acres, if first~claaa sccurity.. Apply caily Dodgshun and Chas '-amlton IaC.HAM'sI .IYLVcqaA Cuae Is prepared, pecai~lly foi tb A urtr~dian cliniato and-the Influcana and faearlI, odss cIuui loara. It Is'ar aectain r fonluna liruuchitta, Catarrh, and aI CIIrst - Affcc ' iollr. It- his Il~rlrddltell·(ll thous~tnclt of bogies IhrouIgcul Avt~traia. 1,6. and 28,.6 All .Stores ,ad Charints. INPLUE!N4ZA CURiE The Coco. o , neaf A LECTURE ON TIIE alERITS OF TI IF COAL STRIKE IN THE ALEXANIDRA SHIRE, fY Si FeSIt9. HUGHES...
SKINNER CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Taggerty v. Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
SKINNER OICOKET ASSOCIATIQN,. • Taggerty- v. Bnxton. S - ath of e seasq tg place oq, 8th ifnla 1votwflrtandemg the qatreose heat, a l rge asseinmblge watchcd the game. 'Htia. ear. Taggerty loses three players, vi, Bcqrab. roa and ~ soblnson, owing to th~icurtollmeont of bonundnry, bat this loss Is somewhat mint1.' soed by thq'additrns of Wlllloamsi formerly o.f -ar!ethonu . :Taggei y tdcttcq fisr , but their, tenure at the wickets wan. not fot long, beloa disposed ofq for the moderate total obl, ?arler 1I and'. WVillIams 19 were the only men, to make' a stand agalnst the snperior bowling of, Petty who wab responsible for sil wickets. SMuxton reppo?ded with 100 of6whih IPetty,. 80, It Batchelor 21 and E `Batcbejlg 1,9 were prihclpal scorer?, itefreshm?.nts we~. spplled, by the 'local ladies and highly apiprcciatcd. Taggercy. Torrell,c? Walker, 1 1qtty .., Care', Pertty .. . West, c Wiiatehelor, bPetty " ... 0. Carter, bA Walker ... .. 18 A Williams, b "A Walker .. lb A Wylie,"c Irwin...
The Musical Kennedys. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
The Musical Kennedys. The above famous company appear at the shire hall, on Wednesday andi T'hursday next, and judging from the support ac corded on their last visit, a bumper house is assured. Says 'the "Northern Star," Lis. more -It is rarely that Liainoro is favored by a visit-from a really first-class company sucheas the famous KenneJys, who are now visiting us for the third or fourth time. " Last night the Federal Hall contained one of the most demonstrative audiences which fairly clamored for encores. Although Master Keith Kennedy " the Kuhelik of Australia" is tle' 'star" of tihe combination, yet, the latter is an all-round one, and if the excel lence of the company was only better known the Federal Hall could not contain the larIn audience that would assemble. Master Keith's contributions of Pagan'tini's Witches' Dance" -and national airs revealed arnething of his wonderful talent and he was recalled again arnd again. Miss Rosina Palmerston Carandinr's rich Poprano voice fou...
AN EDITOR'S WOES. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
Editg p p nicg gand n9.nmia a p4~B· r~Eijgs,~ oor say, we are rattle-brat i "r£ w" dop;t warIq~fJa.. lito pu iihiorgiijpl -rrattgri they~eay,wp, dptpop i ¶etbysx enough eajootiopp.~ we are tqp lazy to ws . If ,we~dgan Zt..chprcl. wp are.1 ;if o go .ch~er pa; hypcrtes. ooa~ the otilkp'w , opght. to bpei;ioplng fqr: eaiwq if, w. .go, 9jg th1fw.o ate. not attiexlzng. to buaiipea. Swo4wew roidc lothrla, tbey,Iaujhiap up.; .f. paS XcSgopdcgthip. thpysaywoae arptravag. ant. Now. w,hip are G- to,~do ?. Jest na ltly as pot.sg51Wone wrrl say. that we Vur, lojged~thjaj~tm.anoehlrr P,ýp?* So.wo sb:, - S ·Un VCouah o=lilakoitc; h obtalledim hejifately Uae. " peting's Cough Lozen ge¢; -wjl-k ov, aqthc u tertyiuo!atled eiany ae aent phbyiciansI Thcy at onceecici Lhbd _coe ti~and~reweve tbe easee.-a w tbpat .any, !atee ctte, moat dplicratoc can therelore. take themi. nee Lozenge: alwaye gve' eaane one.or two at bedtime eneures rest. Bold eve-y. tccroi lrtai,. !eý!b atfneenny etch.. .
THE RAILWAY. TRAFFIC RETURNS FOR YEAR ENDING. JUNE 30 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
TnpAFio I~iET'UaIs FOR YEAEU XDZNJP JxNE.3Q 1 O9.,. aris' .1um'br Oib Utvfard' I itkra d' nwar' Gooas ooouusu. Goods Goods i:' S ociut.` StocdlI. j' ,Total j iuei Statioi.: Passenners: Passengers: Psadels : 'arelkb du taids. Rievenue. Inw'ardt' E'erenue.' er· ' ;Revenue.' iRvenue.' +ede ds.. d.. o s§. d. Tos. d. Tons : n . n .. .. Aelai datd'&ad... t277 887? 11 6 6'11 6 244' 6 1 1374 15 10 3305 2757 316' 9'11' 187 13 3' 625" 3' 9I 1i9fI9 V " " 967 153 18' &' 176' T 7 281 7' 0 15 1049 1b' 4' 272' 168' 2 3j 461213' 9 252 19 ( 591$1' 4' 1d/1182 YaFc ... . 1328 253'11 10 2 1' 3 9114' 0' 152 848 9' 3 751' 6' 4 4 87 6' .9 "93 4 2 4058` d1 Ildji9 b 'i?brtle.. ... 873 138" ' 3' 18 " ' 4 53 0' 2 6 423' 1' lib 8'' 2. 1 188i" 6 3a~:15 3'1 3686 d' 8 8' 12i1/89 Ehiitibr;' ... 194 18" 4' 0. 5'1' 9 24 9'10 1136 4'9` 13 0 87 ' 54' 5' 2- 3. 2 'l2626' 9;.5 10(1191n ' Cathlkin:.. .. .... 1334 206' 5 10 1 3 9 20' ( 0 483 i 2 4 72 18 5 .8 1 0 1 0 32 s5'19 /6J90 .......- . . . . .- .-- . ...
Alexandra Shire Council. TRAMWAY AGREEMENT PRACTICALLY AGREED TO. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
Alexandra Shire Council. TRAMWAY AGREEMENT PRACTI CALLY AGREED TO. It will be remembered that at the last ordinary monthly meeting of the council, the tramway agreement between the council and the Rubicon Lumber and Tramway Company, was discussed and when close on midnight the meeting was adjourned although very little advance ment was made with the exception that Councillor Lade, who was visiting Mel bourne on private business, offered to interview the shire solicitor and discuss the clauses with representatives of the compar.y and their solicitor. The interview took place last week, and occupied the best part of three days, so that Councillor Lade spent the greater portion of his time in the interests of the council. Councillor Scale, who was in Melbourne, was also present at times. The clauses that it was unable to agree upon at-the council meeting, were dis cussed and altered slightly to the in; teresta of both sides. The altered clauses ware forwarded by the shire solicitor to ...
GAMBLING SYSTEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 28 January 1910
-4-- There is something intensely fas Scinating 'rytbhe possibility of win .ning large, sums of money on the race-course or at thu garbaitn g able. "aThe poor punter 'in particular Sconstantly dreams of a rut" of lpck which will suddenly' rke 'him rich, and it were joy unspeakable, to break4 the b'ank at loa.g iarl'p afri o tend. Tia'r lr;ing pas'slo?f: hs '.fathpre no end of infaltilbe systems, t)1 lat eat of which is in the possession of (rd. `Iosalyn, who Is, on the point' of putting his secrets Ikqowlgdge.d'into prctici, a't the famous gaming re so' ort i ivier, Sherahavoe been all sorts of- tn plliible systems, some of them very, sl?hple, some of them most ingent tous mathematical problerps, ,9ork 4. outy mien of goat uindiqted, mental, apacity, 9. i in4 all of herm, are, however, r ecegsanltly, based, on the' theoryo ef r?}c, apit hUsa ii the causei, 0; their uaIoing. On pa er they are admirable; when put into practice the expected seo quence of chaiices" ~oes ndt, cczp., oil,...