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MAIL ARRANGMENTS. MAILS CLOSE AT ORBOST FOR [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
MAIL ARRAN4GMENT8. 'MAILS CLOSE AT ORBOST FOR Bonang, Bendoc, Delegate River, Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Murrungowar, Tuesday, 9a.m., Satur day, 8.30 a.m. Brodribb, Cabbage Tree, Bemm, Club Terrace, Combioubar, Genoa, Saturday, 2.30 p.m. Marlo, Saturday, 3 p.m. MAILS DUE AT ORBOST FROM Bonang, Bendoc, Delegate River, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 p.m. Murrungowar, Monday, 2 p.m. Brodribb, Bemm, Cann, Genoa, Thursday, 2 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
AM i~NER SAYS For Years Hle Worked in W/et Ground, Kidney P ains and 7.crribe _aclkache. Climents Tonic Cured 'l'hi5 lettert was writtlcu from fntbbutl Station, Via Young, N.S.W., Aug., 15;Il. Mr. \Vise ::anll, the writer, s?tronzly recoiiinenids all n.iners to use this medicinie, becausv it is Ouch . powerfl,! nerve and blocd purifer "?li.t it counteracts the ill-effects of underground confinement and bad air uponi the systeni. Atter'rendiing this letter, get Clements Tonic and keep healthy : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "As a miner for years I worked in wet ground, and now it is telliqg on me, for I suffer with my kidneys and backache and loss of appetite. "Doctors in Young told me I had hydatids, and said an operation might be necessary. Their niedicine did me no good. I resolved against it. I was so used up I could not walk far, without a spell. I tried all medicines, and pills, my life has been a mysery to me, until I tried Clements Tonic. The first and second bottles had poor effect, ...
ORBOST SHIRE COUNCIL FRIDAY, 10TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
ORBOST SHIRE COUNCIL ' FRIDAY, lOur JUL_, 8 Present;--Crs Lynn (president), H. Calneron, D. Cameron, Rodwell, G. NiExon. Johnston, Munro, Watt and H, chison, CORRESPONDEKCE. v Letters were received and dealt with t from the following:- t Split Yard Progress Association, asking if council has any objectiou to thle name of Split Yard post otlice being c -,,ated to WVeeragua.-No objection to be offered. Siire slicitor, enclosing transfer for seal and signature C(Messrs Nixon Bros. to the shire) and requestiUg that the ' am.,unt of compensation, viz., £38 (I nd and fencing) be placed on the pay sheet.--Amount to be placed on ' next pay sheet. A. A. Binnie, drawing attention to the bad sfate of the Wangrabello road -To he authorised to put on a man for three days. Ortiost Tennis Club, asking permis sion to erect wire netting on boundary. of new fence at Recreatin Reserve upright supports to be attached to fence posts.-To be permitted to er ct a fence, but not to attach it to the reserve ...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET (By ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) MELBOURtN,, Wednesday. Mssrs McLean, Macalister and Co report:-Fat Cattle.- 2530 head yarded. Market ruiled about equal to last week's rates, closing easier. Quotations. Cr: ?ok, 10 bulocks... ... £14- 7 6 Whitakers, 10 1o ....... 13 11 U Mioie and Co, 22 d6 . 13 5 0 Gilder, 21 do ... ..... 12 17 6 Jiohnsn Bros, 10 do; ... 12 17 6 Shrw arid Sbu;11dl ... 12 16 'i L ue, 26 do. ... .:. .... 10 10 0 Fat Calves -A00 forward. Market ruh-d very firm.
ORBOST CATTLE MARKET Saturday, July 11. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
ORBOST CATTLE MARKET Saturday, July 11. essrs J W. Bird and Co. report:- Cattle-V.ry few cattle yarded. We sold fat cows to £7 12s; Jersey cows, £6 7s. Springing heifersq £5 15s; pri vately a team of working bullocks with waggon and tackle at market rates. Pigs-70 penned. Small slips and weaners were a little easier; growthy sorts were in good request. VWe sold 4 p rkera. 51-; 33 slips, 28.; 23 small 4lips, 19s; 14 do, 18s 6d; G weaners, 1ls. Sheep-16 crossbred wethers, 2os. MeAsrs A. Macarthur and Co. report: -We had a good yarding of cattle, sheep and pigs. There was a good at tendance at the yards and good'com petion was shown for all classes. IFat cattle remained firm at late rates. WVe sold-Best cows to £7 3s, £7; good do to £6 16; light from £5 10s, to £5 17s; heifers, good quality, 2 and Syr-old. Herefords, in nice condition at £5 5S, do, 18 months old at £3 13s; springers, backward, from £E 10s to £4 15s. Sheep market firm-We sold 13 ewes at 18s; 26 lambs at 16;; 32 at 13s S...
FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
FANCY DRESS BALL., There was a good attendance at the Maskcd Ball, held last week, and the afl?ir was in every respect a decided success. The costumes were varied and attractive, good musicI Was pro vided aiid the daficiiig was eiijoyable in spite of the .cold cweather pirevailiing outside. :The c dcharatrs rcprcseted- iicludued the following gets "1'ilaresteis:" rNixon,.A. Drai i flin, MeIssrs T. rvi , A, Rcnlnic, J. Caucoil, W. Cmuncion. S 3 Boatin*g;: Mrs T.!: iNixon,- Ml:isses Sardici ir ,E.: Lnii: :' -Scoulleri: Messrs T. Ljiln, J:. : 3:3aikie'D:.' odWcll mid C. Cotti cmn.i , Follies: Mosdamns :Bird Hdl, Wcllimigtoii, M-iss Ssiclhtir Mecssrs Bird, h. Mosley:, H-all, and Welluin Lollu S"Pierrouts" :Misses ' Ciinmroil, P. Camcnicroni, L: arding and Broomc, Messrs- ?i A. Leslie, A. Ciamnroi, H. CainOcroiffand A. P. Moslo,. ; . Other fancy costuines w1ore Miss S. Diriflin,' J ipaiesc. Liady; N[iss I. Dirafli, Early Victorian;.: Miss A. McCoy, Ragtitne. Miss E. McCoy, Gipsy; Mr and ...
TESTED POTATO MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
TESTED POTATO MANURE. Potato manuring experiments have been conducted for eleven years in every county of lieland on mos5t kinds of soils and with practically all the better main crop varieties. The re suits have been to show that on most soils satisfactory results may confident ly be expected from the, application of 1 cwt. sulphate of ammonia, 4 cwt. superphosphate, 1 cwti. muriate of po tash, in addition to a moderate dress ing of farmyard manure. Trials have also been made td see whether any one of the differenrt fertilisers could with advantage he increased or diminished. 'ho result has been to confirm the above mixture as the most profitable. Britain's Failing Bacon Supply. '.. P? Argentina is coming to the fore as a source of bacon supply, for Great Britain and America. Formerly Am erioa with its 50,000,000 pigs, half the total of the world, furbished Great Britain with large quanitiles of bacon, but that is a matter of the past, as are America's exports of beef. Steps are al...
MAJESTIC PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
MAJESTIC PICTURES. Another full house greeted tile Majes tie Pictures Coy. last Saturday, when the programume submitted well deserved the approeoiatiou it reccivcd. To-night and to-nmorrow night the Coy. will scrcen what is described by the manager as the two best programmecs cver shown hero. Particulars of pictures will be found in the weekly bullotin issued by the Coy., alslo in our advertising columns. The pictures are screened by electric light, and there is a total absence of flicker. Seats may be reserved free of charge at Bardy's.
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
[ Tempted. r _aerriblyy ThD L ANNABEL GRAY. CIA[P'TERI XXI. What of Lenore? Where had she vanished to? Her actions were all perfectly -consisten and rational. Shee called a cab, told the mian to drive -aJ a joweller's, and there sold her ring. She was .quite calm and ;resigncd; sac knewe: whant she had so expect, and tihere was a strong philosophy under: lying her passion-and feelhngn shichl made hier.accels her doom in all resig nation. .:Hardness and inijsticc: h;ad: beo :1 suddenly infused into a. life s-o fani 1 Sand: sweet-it seemed nmpossibl.e it i should have so blacdkan ending. Ial'rd ness was, however, not unknowna- to 5 her.- Few had ever shrunk froml i wouiiding her, and st;ill fewer -had ever,&lt;studied her .interests, comforts; 1 or desires; :Golo0neF- .Stamer aliad . lot beat S.striotly speaking, an "amiable" ma:i. - . W-ithoun her .romannti- devotion, slie- i would2 have fouiid it difficuilt to have a Isupported his tyrannies; but, she l. had ;: always fancie...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR WISE'S SPEECH. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. ;-4-«--- MR WISE'S SPEECH, CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND S ' M NTS. Auother matter was the amendment of the Constitution, which all who, as ir Huughes says, " see the light," are agreed is necessary. Sir William Ir vine was as strong as anyone to give the Federal Parliament full industrial powers and full control over trade and com merce, but he refused to support the first proposals bccause they were coupled with others he disapproved of, and when on the second occasion they were brought forward in separate bills, he said he would not vote for them because the Labor party was in power. But the L.bhr party is not in power to-day Sir William Irvine is, and we are now to have a general election, so why should not these matlers have been considered and put before the people? If an amendment was necessary in regard to these matters before, it was ten times more necessary now, since the decision of the Privy Council in the Royal Com mission ease. As Sir William Irvine himseif s...
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
COMMONWEALTH PATENTS. , Thlie Commissioner of Patents has: accepted the complete specifications in the following instances, and i'he par oiculars here given of the various in ventions have been prepared by Messrs G. G. Turri & Co., Patent Attorney, of the Rialto, 499 Collins Street, Mel bourne, from the latest "Illustra:ed Official Notes." Horse Gag.-This is usable for ani mail to keep the mouth open and al low of dental work, or of medicine giv ing.-F. Swale, of England, under the Convention. Motor Cycle Carburettor.-A&lomised fuel and air are supplied to fabric lined conduits in the full ~tank base. The fabric is kept stretched or extended. -E. H. Godward, of N.Z. Complex ore bath-Smelting. To extract silver lead and blende from mixed ores.-E. Langgath, of Belgium, er the Convention. Motor car emergency tyre.-This is made of Coir rope, and is strapped on.--R. A. Harris and A. W. Pearse, ,r New South Wales. Machine ito write a multitude of sig natures simultaneously...
FOOTBALL MATCH AT BUCHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 July 1914
FOOTBALL MATCH ATB'i ' HAN. On Saturday. last the KewTinrella fdotballiers visitced Bl3uchan to try con clusioi: with the 'local tea;m. After a veoy kilen .but: fricudly colitest; the visitors I oieO 13y isuperioii system by about 20 points . Tlho gi'ounid was rithtlcr naruon for open football and a strong avind was blowing which made scoring af t'illcast goal v-cry difficult. In the ofirsmt quartcr uchan, having the lmifid in thcir fiv', scored1 24-1: poiit?s: to .Newmmelrclla'sfill. In the scond: quairter the visitor?s: giiduailly nipro?ed ; their positioi aiid at half tifie wc ?; aithliin:seven pmints of their :opploneint's scor.. The tliiid quarter wvas evenly contested"land- left the homie teaim xith i sliglit adiantange. nii t?le hist Nxowimerella were seen at. :theii best. ]3uchan defiinded well but tlie x?isitors, working rvell together, scored- about 30 poiit~s to notling. They also hmd thle advanltag of a strong wind. :Thed B:.niiian men though defeated w'ere- b; :o imeans...
DUTY ON MAIZE. MEETING OF GROWERS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 July 1914
DUTY ON MAIZE. MEETING OF GROWERS A meeting of maize-growers was held in the Shire Hall on Monday evening. The chair was occupied by Mr F. A. Nixon, convenor of the meeting, and Ihere was a large and representative at tendance, about 40 growers being present. The chairman said that when in Mel bourne he had been interviewed by representatives from Bruthen, who asked him to convene a meeting of Orbost growers with the object of stating a case in the Inter-State Commission, for an increased import duty on maize. A letter, emanating from a meeting of growers at Bruthen, was read which proposed that a conference of represent atives from the different maize-growing centres be held. In addition to ship ments from Africa maize was now being imported from Java and cou'd be landed here at less than 3s 6d per bushel, being grown by coolie labor. Maize-growers in this district could not live wi h the opposition of these places and the chair man thought they should have a. higher duty. In view ...
THE TIDES High water at Marlo and Coman. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 July 1914
THE TIDES High water at Marlo and Conian. Friday, July 24, 9.40 s.m. 10.7 p.m; Saturday, ,, 25. 10.31 ,, 1054 ,, Sunday, ,, 20, 11.15 ,, 11.35 ,, M?lnday, ,, 27, 11.55 , - ,, Tuesday, ,, 28, 12.13 ,, 12.32 ,, Wednesday, 29, 12.50 ,, 1.10 ,, Thursday, ,, 30, 1.29 ,, 1.49,, Friday ,, 31, 2.10 ,, 2.33 ,, Saturday, Aug. 1, 2.57 ,, 3.22.,, Surday, ,, 2, 3.50 ,. 4.21 ,, M..undas, ,, 3, 455 ,, 5.32 ,, _i'i-.day, ., 4, 6.12 ,, 6.53 ,, W.,.nee.day,, 5, 7 38 ,, 8.11 ,, Thursday ,, 6, 8 44 ,, 9.14 ,, Those timps may vary according to w 'thAr conditions, westerly winds oau?"g the tides to hold up later,
CHILD HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 July 1914
i "'- u o aase....... All Stamps returned if book is. ICHILD HUMOR. The vast area which child-humor ha lis lately occupied in the world of literature renders one doubtful whether many of the innumrablo jokes foisted upon the "kiddies" are not, after all, the work of inventive children of larger growth than those to whom they are attributed. At first. sight it may seem singular that the ,majority of these funny stories are connected with scriptural history, bu:h taking it for granted that they are the pro ducts of adult minds, it proves that the "'old boys and girls" have been sharp enough to recognise that biblical nmat tors are prominent in the curricula in ton many schools. Hence it is noti sur prising to find in Children's Answers collected by John Henry Burn," many pleasantries of this character-"',Why was Moses hidden in the bulrushes by his mother?" Because she klidn't S want hins to be vaccinated." 111 .g view of the dodging demeanor adopted lat by parents who are opposed to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 July 1914
COVERED WITH ECZEMA SCRATCHED AND RUBBED IN A , FRANTIC MANNER A TERRIBLE DISEASE ENDED BY ZAM-BUK. Mrs K. E. Wadsworth, of ti, Wel lington street, East Perth, W.A., says: -"Before I came to East Perth from Yorkshire, England, part of my duties were keeping tidy and in order laboratories after medical students had been experimenting. While'attending to my work 1 must have used a glass to get a drink of water, and in doing so must have absorbed some of the poison ous substances contained in the vessel Soon after I broke out in eczema on every part of my body, my hands and feet being specially affected. In a short time I was in a terrible state, for the disease broke out on my head, and I lost all my hair. I could not get any sleep at night, but would toss from side to side in great torment.' The itching irritation and awful burning pain were .nigh unbearable. This terrible disease tortured me in a way that was indescri bable, and I rubbed and tore the affec ted. parts with my hands i...
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. MR WISE'S SPEECH. PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 24 July 1914
FEDERAL ELECTIONS. * -4--- MR WISE'S SPEECH. PREFERENCE TO UNIONISTS The Government set out to get a double dissolution-to make a conflict. instead of avoiding it. -They brought in two so-called " test " bills. One of these was for the' abolition of preference to Unionists in Government employment. There was no necessity for it, Prefer ence to unionists in Government em tlloyment was introduced by a minute by Mr O'Malley, and the present Govern ment abolished it by another Government minute, and it does not exidt now. What was the reason for the bill? The Governmnent-say it was to prevent any body introduci',g it in future. But there is no penalty attached to it. and it doesn't prevent anyone introducing it in the future. Here's the section: "No preference or discrimination shall be made for or against any person in relation to any employment by the Commonwealth or by any Department or authority thereof, on account of his membership or non-members'hip of any "political or industrial...