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The Danger of Worms. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
The Dangsr of Worms .Stomach and Intestinal Worms are one of the uixjst r-oniinon complaints throughout Australasia. Indjo^stion is ii primary cause, or they may be produced by consti pation, or through tho eating4 of tainted food or food improperly cooked. There is also the possibility of their introduction into tljo system in the form of cysts or germs in fruit aijd njcat, so that all classes ! of tho community, irrespective of age, are I liable to this complaint It isnot-.ulone the Irritation and annoyance caused by these parasitica] nniiijn)* that infest the stomach and bowefcj but tlje njore serious conse /jucuccs which follow that uwsfe be ljcpt in vio .v, J*Vo»u the highly organised $nd son uitive parts which they occupy, worms give rise to great constitutional upmngemeatp, and produce a variety of symptom?, more particularly afleoting the stomaohand head. Many caies of Convulsions, Epilepsy, Hysteria, St. Vitus' Dance, Melancholia, Nervous Diseases a:irt even Insanity, have ...
"QUEEN OF THE MOVIES." CLEVER ACTRESS WHO IS NEVER HEARD. KNOWN ALL OVER THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
"QUEEN OF THE MOVIES." CLEVER ACTRESS WHO IS NEVER HEARD. KNOWN ALL OVER THE WORLD. There is in Hals'—tiioro Is in England—there is in France,. Ger many, Russia, Turkey—in fact, overy European country—and' there very shortly will he In Victoria—a great and famous actress whose voice lias nover been heard by any audience, though she has perhaps played before a bigger crowd In the aggregate than any othor tlieatricul figure, living or dead. This is Signora' Gonzaleg-Terrl bili, the star access of the Clnes Film Company (Italy), who is the Cleopa tra of the splendid Italian film, "An tony and Cleopatra." It Is to have its first public screening in Melbourne next week. " • The reiiMtrltablo : fact -concerning Signora Terribiii.Is not that her voice should not be audible when a film is being shown; for that, o'£ course, is common to all picture - artists. She Is unusual in the fact that never at any time has she appeared In. spoken drama In public. The film firms of the world employ maii...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of this exten sive district news comes but seldom. This is not entirely our fault ; we have no miraculous power of knowing what is happening'at all the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in the silent places. > Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease. If no one else is doing it for your district will you try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbour hood, such as weddings, deaths, accid ents, concerts, sports, social gatherings, matters touching district industries, etc. Write the names of persons and places very distinctly. Don't bother about grammar or spell ing ; it's the editor's work to look after those trifles. The barest skeleton it enough. J. Write only on one side of the paper. | Give information, but let criticism alone. r > WYite your name and address on som« corner—not for publication, but to provt I g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
i. R. CREIQ, A General storekeeper & produce merchant BOYgy youths' % ipi]&lt;s goom ^yr>,:v ■*, j. ■A rpnir v.iluo tit onr poods's unsurpassiblo} nfsicle Mclbo'irno w E trust-tho publto of.Korong Valo will epcnil ihotr^monG/ 'oohll v:hcro fItey cnn'inepcct bifMO purchasing. : limn, boots, ainni), sucikies, timbii, etc. &lt;J. R, Greig, Korong Vale Tt^e Bo rung Store,1 ©. T. WILLS ear . yi t Proprietor. ft AVIHG taken over the above business from Mr Frank Meakes, I beg to advise the general Int public of Borung and surrounding districts that a Splendid Up-to-Date Stock of UPS LAIHTS, 4* Is now being shown at Very Right Prices. This Department Cs under She capable management of fiflr A. J. WHITE, which is a sufficient guarantee thai customers will lie weSI treated and looked after. The Grocery, Ironmongery & Timber . . Departments . . Are under the Management off SSr RUPE WILLS, and customers will receive Rvstry attention, All kinds of Farm Produce ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
Alf. E. Wallis and Co., Stockfi Station Agents Northern Land Agency, ('I'lionc 21) .. Bencligo. .. Brandies at I3I Hourkc-street, Melbourne, Wedderburn, Koron" Vale, Pyramid, Jarklnn, Sliclbourne, Liuinecoorie, Klmorc and Koclieste-. All fut stock to Hendigo or Melbourne drafted personally by our principal Land. Land. Land. Consult us if you want to buy laud. We have an extensive list of Victorian and \ New South Wales properties on oui books. Write to us for particulars. TRUST MONIES in large sums, 5 per cent; smaller amounts 5^ per cent. Apply quickly. Strictest privacy guaranteed. —Monthly Salss— Conductcl at Wcdderlntni, Korong Vale, Jarklan, liddington on FHIIMVS.. Date of next sale at Korung Vale— August 7. W. E: HAMILTOX, Local Agent. Northern Land Ex change. Spencer9 Vains And Co., LAND SALESMEN. Stock and Station Agents OUR LIST OF FARMS FOR SALE comprises some splendid proper ties and may be had on application. "EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED. Clients driven to inspect Free. L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
PAYER'S COMPLETE S I SUMMER COMFORTS. Camp Stretchers, Sun Blinds, Bamboo Blinds, Spring Roller Blinds, Venetian • Blinds, Ice Chests. h OLDING CAMP STRETCHERS in Lest Army . ' Duck, folds int'j a small size, 15lbs weight*, 17s 6d each. DECK .CHAIRS, strongly made, sf.oufc Canvas, 3s 6d, 4s 6d, 6s 9d, - ; SPRING ROLLER BLJNDS, complete, Green, Is lid, 2s 6J SPRING ROLLER BLINDS, complete, Green and . Cream, riversible, lace edge, 2s fid, 3s 6d, 3s lid WHITE BAMBOO BLINDS, with very broad laths GREEN BAMBOO BLINDS, taped edges, brass sheaves and cord 3x6 4x 8 6 x 8 8 x S ' 10 x S' White ... Is 6d 2s lid 4s 6d 5s lid 7s 6d Green ... 2s 3s Gel 4s 6d 5s lid 7s lid DUCK VERANDAH BLINDS, including Roller, Cords, Pulleys and Lath afc top 4 x S 6x8 8 x S 10 x 8 12 X 8 lis fid I4s 6d I9s gd 25s 28s gi EXTENSION WINDOW FLY SCREENS, extends . to 38in x 24in. 3s 6d each EXTENSION WINDOW FLY SCREENS, extends . to 36in x I8in, 3s 3d each FLY DCORS,' made of California Red Pine, oil finished, do n...
HINTS FOR SMOKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
HINTS FOR SMOKERS. A good meerschaum pipe demands plenty of attention. If you carry It loose in your pocket pieces" of grit will probably scratch it. Keep it in; a case except when actually smoking it. " If you wish to color a meerschaum, bear these few points in mind. . Use; a strong tobacco at first, shag for prei ference. ; Put a plug at the bottom of tlie bowl'. Ordinarily the bottom of the bowl colors before the upper part, • Dut. this plug reverses the process. When the top„of the pipe has-become in even brown remove the plug. ./Don't smoke (he meerschaum in a high wind or., when out in the ratii. The wind may color it unevenly,: the rain will spot it. Don't let It get too hot, and be careful not to scratch it with yourfinger-nails., -i.1 ; -J The-bestaplpe to smoke 1b a briar. Clean it out once a week by running a piece 6f string through the stem, and it will give you just as good a smoke and less trouble than the meerschaum; clay, or a calabash.' String mabeS .a better pipo-...
PLAYING WITH FATE. ACTOR SQUEEZED BY PYTHON. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
PLAYING WITH PATE. ACTOR SQUEEZED BY PYTHON.. Actors Cor-.motion pictwse dramas are called on to face death In awful form In the pursuit of their-^profes sion. In a drama, entitled "In the Colls of a Python," Mr. S. Bain bridge, an American actor, had a ter rible experience. Mr. Bainbridge was the villain. At the close of a parti cularly wicked day this character tried to elude justice on horseback. A large python that had not been fed for a week was caged and' carried to • the centre of the road down which Mr.. Bainbridge was to ride. • ■The cage was opened, and. the python slowly crawled to' liberty. A few moments later the actor galloped up, "did a' fall from horse," as the picture direc tors phrase it, and prostra'ied himself before the hungry snake. The .py thon ' immediately began to squeeze him, and the pain was so great that Mr. Bainbridge shouted -for assist ance. The snake was shot and kill ed, but it took, four men' half an hour to free the actor from the coils of the rep...
NEVER COUNT YOUR CHICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
NEVER COUNT YOUR CHICKENS. It was the boast of a mangaer of a big firm 'n town that during his ter^n cf ruling he had till then never been duped. One day, though, an ignorant-look ing country yokel, seemingly. the worse for liquor, whilst passing the shop, reeled suddenly against one of the big panes of glass which made up the shop w'ndow, the action "resulting in a broken pane. The manager, hear ing the noiae, rushed out, and, seizing the yokel by the neck, thrust him into 'he shop, where he was told he could not leave till he paid for the damage done. Nothing was found on him but i £100-note, and this, he pleaded, be longed to his master. The manager, however, was relent less, and pricing the pane at £5, he returned, the yokel £95. The latter went on his way, and was seen no more, and the manager to this day is looking for someone to change his £100-note, which was a forged one.
BOORT. —Rabbits. Oh.— [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
BOORT. —Babbits. Ob.— Largo numbers of rabbits continue to nrrivo at tlio local station. On Saturday last live tons were sent away by Mr R, Irving. This repre sented SO crates, which contained 3200 rabbits. This is the record consignment, from this station. In addition to this largo numbers of rabbits are being despatched daily to the metropolis. —Accident.— j A littlo boy named James Gla,.-b een, the second son of Mr P. Glasheen, broko his collar-bone this week, while playing with his brother, at tho residence of his grandfather, Mr J. Douglass, Bnrwlteo North. Jnmes was being pulled round the liouse on u tricycle by his brother, and fell off when turning a corner, landing heavily 011 the point of tile shoulder. The injury was attended to by Dr M'Ra.\ and tho littlo patient is making good progress towards recovery.
Some Clerical Stories. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
Some Clerical Stories. According to "Anecdotes of Pulpit and Parish," Canon Knox Little knew of a~ lych-gate in front of a church which was being restored, over the front of which was painted, "This is the Gate of Heaven!" while under neath was a notice in large letters: "Go round the other way." There is a story told by P. M. Dltchfield of a London vicar who liked to have a hymn sung at family pray ers. In order to interest his servants he allowed them to choose the hymns. One day his wife complimented the cook on her selection. "What a nice hymn you chose!" "Yes, mum," she c replied; "it's the number of my per-. licem'an!' The bishop of Peterborough, Dr. .Magee, being plagued to go and open ; all sorts of things—churches, school bazaars, , and so forth—exclaimed one day to the Bishop of Leicester: "I do believe very soon there will not be a young curate in the diocese who has bought a new umbrella who ■will not apply to the Bishop to come and open It."
The Federal Fight. LIBERAL LINE OF MARCH. [Contributed.] [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
The Federal Fight. LIBERAL LINE OF MARCH. [Contributed.] Of the many illiterativc plirasea which tickle the ears of the unthinking, | few have been more grievously over worked than Mr Deakin's " A necklace of negatives." The words were spoken at what, to use another expression much mouthed at the time, was the " pyschological moment." Labor had succeeded, or was succeeding, in forc ing a hide bound party system on a re luctant community. The Democrats of that day found, that they must join Labor in the move towards ill con sidered nationalization, or must halt till less advanced Liberals overtook them. The outcome was Labor's sen sational victory of 1910. Gradually," the Liberal Party massed, with the result that in 1913 it turned crushing defeat into semi-victory. Hut face to face with a factious Opposition and with a majority of but one. Ministers had to act much as though the Liberal programme were a necklace of nega tis'es. Naturally Labor makes the most of all that, and it is n...
Correcting a Gusher. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
Correcting a Gusher. Bret Harte was bo frequently pom I plimented as the author of "Little Breeches" that he was almost as sorry as was Colonel John Hay, the real author of the verses, who preferred his fame to rest on more am'bitiouB works. A gushing lady who prided herself upon her literary taste said to him oucj:— "Sly dear Mr.' Harte, I am so de lighted to meet you. I have read everything you ever wrote, but of all your dialect verse there is none that compares with your 'Little BreecheB.'" "I quite' agree with you madam'," said Mr. Harte; "but you have put th* little breeches on the wrong man."
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
, . ■ FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. ' • ( . . • One clay a very humblo and poor follow, who appoarea to liavo escaped the vigilance of the private police, managed to place himself in the path o£ King Christian of Denmark. Tho King, as usual, full of kindness, stop ped, and said: "My good friend, and what can 1 do for you?" "Ah, your Majesty," answered the beggar, "what I humbly nslc Is a like ness of yourself!" King Christian looked rather aston ished. "I would gladly give you one," said the monarch kindly, "but I do not carry any about with me." "Excuse mo, your Majesty, but I think if you will look in your purse you will And one." Tho originality of the idea amused old King Christian, and the man went away tho richer by a gold piece. .Do right and fear no man; don't write and fear no woman.
A RAILWAY EXPERIENCE TRAVELLING IN INDIA. This amusing experience on an Indian railway is related by a writer in "Blackwood's:— [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
A RAILWAY EXPERIENCE TRAVELLING IN INDIA. This amusing experience on an In dian railway Is related by a writer In "Blackwood's:— iiHM.1 n^n» y" ca""ot Sleep under a I bright light, or Indeed under any light ?' n '• ' WIlB much annoyed, there fore, when we were safely bedded nmi'h a,n? tho trala had started, to mw could not put the light out However, an old traveller Is seldom I hiir ?' Atter tossing about for "V ln a vain courtship of sleep I rose, and, wlili some difficulty ' aSv btiLS(lfrl"B a t,ocont oh' n * y ^ buttoning my trousers over ^ scT l'°fTSsleeWphiCh "he had n,ready about P!vce whlch we reached I aoout 3 a.m. there seemed to be an ' nn (i ?curry|ns Of slippered'feet ! chatter a"d muoh oxotted cnatter, as of those who seek rnnm I n a (I find it not. Some local festival no doubt or marriage feast was set W the country folk astir. The door of oS? carriage was opened, and an elderh villager, hung over with blankets and cooking-pots, thrust his head in, crying , to his part...
SHE WAS THE NECK. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
SHE WAS THE NECK. There are husbands "who, among their male companions, like to have it supposed that they are just a lit tle tyrannical at home. One Buch man, who had two or; three friends at his house one evening, remarked, as they were chatting together com fortably at'a rather late hour:— "Yes, T do whatl Jibe at home. My wife, ;she has to bend to my Vill, 1 can tell you. In my own bouse I'm a re gular Julius Caesar." . ■ His wife came into the room In time to hear this last'sentence. The tyrant of his household looked a lit tle uneasy, but 'his wife neither frowned nor, apparently, paid any at tention to the remark. But, after a moment, she remarked, very positive ly: . . V "Gentlemen, it,Is'qlate, and Julius Caesar'has got to/go-ilp bed." Whereupon, the.,?)iusband arose, stammered liiB excuses, and retired, leaving liia guests.tofind their way o t us'best they could. It was in another household thut the husband once .remarked to his wife: "You know, my dear, that I'm the henrt...
THE INDOMITABLE SCOT. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
THE INDOMITABLE SCOT. A West Country Scot, who'had en gaged In the manufacture ot a cer tain description of goods then recent ly Introduced Into that part of the country, found it necessary, or con jectured it mfgiit bo profitable, - to ' . , establish a permanent connection with some respectablo houso In London. With tlila design he packed up a quan tity of goods, equipped himself for tho Journey, and departed. Upon Ills arrival he mude diligent Inquiry as to thoso who were likely to prove Ills best customers, and accordingly pro ceeded to call upon one of the most opulent drapers, with whom he re solved to establish a regular corre spondence. When Saunders entered the shop in question he found It crowded" with customers, and tho Ealesmen all bustling about, making sales, and displaying their wares to prospective purchasers. Saunders waited what he considered a reason able time; then in a lull of business laid down his park, his bonnet, and Etaff upon tne counter, and Inquired tor ...
TO-DAY'S MATCHES. (To be played on the ground of the first named.) [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 11 July 1914
To-Day's Matches. (To be played on the ground of the first named.) Wychitclla v Mysia Buckrabanyule v Borung Bendi:o Saturday Association (combined) v Korong Vale and Bridgewater (combined). The following team has been cnosen to represent Korong vale and Bridgewater Samers (cap tain), L. and J. Bissett, A. Wylie, Stuart, A. Harrison, Fogarty, Barry, E. Bur.^e, II. Ilewston, Farmer, Tonkin, Hamilton, Gar diner, Watts, Eeles, Probyn, Higgins. Emergencies—Grieves, Jackman, J. Daniel, J. Harrison. The teams will travel down by the ordinary morning train, re turning bv the 8.50 p.m. pas senger. A mayoral reception and dinner has been provided for, and full arrangements made for the satisfactory entertainment of the visitors. In connection with last Satur day's match at Inglewood Um pire Pierce has reported A. Hughes, of Inglewood, and C. Watts, of Korong Vale, for fight ing. A meeting of the delegates has been called for the 17th inst, to deal with the matter.