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Howqua Shire Council. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

Howqua Shire Council. SPECIAL MEETING. MOSDAV, Aran, 27, 1911. Present * Ore. Glcoson, Lloyd, Cadan» Allon, Dalo, Justico, and Colo. Outward correspondent road and approved. Inward correspondence read and dealt with as undor: From M. K. McKenzio, M.L.A., replying to Council's loiter ro special grant, pointing out that tho vote of £25,000 availoblo was insuffioiont to meet tbe urgent demand* raado by various municipalities and that thoro was no fund ovoilabto to enable the Department to further assist any Shire; at tho same time assured Councillors that be would endeavor to obtain assistanco asked for; and advising tiie Connoil that tba Country Roads Board is tbe body to which tbey must look, as there would be no Government grants next year. Explaining that whon tho Board took over tbe road as a main road ho would endeavor to obtain the Minister's consent to mako special arrangements to meet tho case of Howqua Shire by having the provisions of Ibe Act nmondod.-Rocoived. From G. R. IT...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

ENOINNUN'A KBI'OIIT, J, T. Noblo Anderson, Shiro ongiueor, roports: JC300 Government grant--Spcoificationa havo boon prepared and are advertised for Raspborry Crook bridgo, and all tho gravol to bo spread between Jamieson and Raspborry Crook-as usual tho spreading to bo dono by day labor. Tho allocation of £70 boyond this, north and south, I proposo to havo dono by day labor, tho main itoma of which will bo as follows: 1. Matlock to Woodspoint, cloariug slips from road, and opouing up culvorts and sido channels to keep wator channels from tho road. 2. Woodspoint to Gaffnoy's Crook ditto, and securing and wboro necessury covering loose corduroy above Maori Creek. 3. Jamieson to Xongton's, repairing three culvert?, also corduroj, and breaking away rocky crngs from road surfacc on hill south sido of Foots, also easing open crossing at Foots. 4. Longton's to Burnett's bridge.-Repair cul vert and clear aidecut for now track at Eenton's hill. In addition to this, day labor is wanted bctwo...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Star of the West G.M. Co., Kevington. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 1 May 1914

of the West G.M. Kevingtoii. Tho following ifl tbo Directors' and Mino mana ger's report of tlio above mino for tbo baltyear ended 31st Marob, 1014: Mr S. J. Moroll, acting cbairmaD, reports : It wil! bo romombored that ponding resumption of work in tbo main shaft it was decided to continue prospecting operations from No 1 tunnol lovel. After carrying oat dovelopraont work os montioned by tbo Mino manager, indications did not warrant outlay; operations were then commcncod on (bo workings known as the May l)o leaso. Tho result of pros pecting work at this point is very unsatisfactory. Tbc reof is going strongly underfoot and showing gold in brooking. A small crushing of C tons from q riso in No 2 lorel returned 7oz of gold. Tho reef formation has now widenod to 10in, und o further crushing will bo put through shortly. The Manager is now continuing this *Ue. Meantime, sufficient work has not been dono hero (o locato tho run of etooe, but furtbor prospecting work will bo rigor ously ca...

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 — 8 May 1914

'ftommomvcnltb J§feBanU of Bustralfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Tils n.v,k Is own f.K all rii»w o! GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ». EQUITABLY BUILDING. COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AUo « Sydney, Hotari, Ur;«k»n»-, Rrvkhampton, Towuuillr, and London. Cnble r«tnitwnoo!» »n. nn.t <hufrs .lr.wn nit foreign phv*« direct. Porelirn W1U nepntUted and colleotixl. .,t .-f-iit i^.ut-4 »o *«iv par: A'. ;.hv world. IiilU nrcotiated fir forwarded tor collection. r Hh.i <:\.n.nns;e Husim-i* or -wry description transacted within the Common wealth. United Kingdom ami n)iro4«i. t^irrent opened. Interest paid on fixed depoiiU. Advances made ap-Ains*. a^prov^l jwurilics. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offico: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Acroncle* at Con Ofllces throughout the Commonwealth. Dopoalts from 1/- to £300. Intoreat At 3;.' per annum* Deposits or Withdrawals may be mado at any Branch or Agcncy within the Commonwealth JAMES KELL Dirrrr ...

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 — 8 May 1914

rMiTS o n > s the leading Hotel of the District. Commercial Travellers' Association House This Old Established Hotel lias been Extensively. Renovated, the Wooden Portion of tire Eiiiiding being Replaced by Brickwork, and Visitors will find !;very Convenience. GOOD STA.BXiXISrC3-. LOOSE BOXES. Eveiy attention' forPamilies,1 Visitors Fishing, Cycling, Shooting and Pic-nic Parties. ; ' ' ! Acetylene Gas laid on throughout the Whole:Buildingi HOT AND COLD BATHS. M. A. BALE, Proprietress. The Best ARE SOLD PRICES: £5 10s. TO £9 15s. Lcog Guarantee. EASY TEBMS. ' Tested and Found THE BEST. In use all over the Commonwealth. WAHID -The Cheapest BY A LOCAL FIRM. SEWING MACHINES Iter . irwsvr'i The Comfort of Thousands cf Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines cn the market, and you can't wear them out. Ward Eros. 53-38 Errol St.,North Melbourne jt: ITJ i J« JAM 0 M The Best Appointed Hotel in the Ranges. Th'is Hotel lias recently undergon...

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 — 8 May 1914

Darling-ford. (Fhou otnt CoimEsro^DEifT) On Saturday evoning last a farowoll Social, danco, and supper was given Mr O'Connoll who lias boon managing hero for Mossra Allen Broa whon a good number of botli aexoa woro preaont. The music was supplied by Meaara Stanley Sawcra, Waltor Brooks, and Walter Tisdalo, who played moat boautifully and Mr Thomas Nowmnri acted ttB M.C in bis uavml able mannor. Dancing waa kopt up protty sharply for aorno conaidorablo tiino when an interval was announced for tho purposo of Baying a fow words of tho guo3t of tho ovoning. Mr Gamble Baid: "Wb have nasembled here to-night to say good-byo to our friond, Mr O'Connel, and since bo lma boon amongst ub ho baa made many frionda and no enemies. Ho baa always been attentive to bis business and courteous to hia customers', and no mattor what hour bo was always only too willing to sorvo." Tho writer, and all who know Mr O'Connoll regretted bio departure vory much and considered him a jolly good follow and all wis...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nec timide. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 8 May 1914

©ijc (Sftrontclc. PUBLISHED KVSRY FHIDAT. yec lemere nec timide. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. THE revision of tho Electoral rolls for the Victorian Assembly has given some startling results. No less than 100,000 names havo been added to tho old lists, an achievement which shows, that the past Ministries were sadly parsimonious; or that electoral officials gave sorry returns for money paid them. Politicians riiay amuse themselves by trying to apportion the blame as accurately, or as inaccurately, as their personal interests suggest, but the average elector looking at tho figures finds other matter for serious concern. The old roll gavo the' country electorates 3G3,1?9 voters^ the: Metropolitan con stituencies 318,7SG, that is to say tlio Provinces were 4-1,343 votes to tho good. Tho old state of things was bad ; tho population and, as a consequence, the political strength of Greater Melbourne was a menace. Bat the perfecting of the rolls has shown that the evil is far greater than most of uf...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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How Character is Formed. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 8 May 1914

How Character is Formed; (By VEUY RET. 1\ A. CANON- SHKEIUN, D.D., P.P.) (Continued.) TliD groat lines of the world's poetry will come bock to you with oil thoir melody and sweotneas to haunt you. You have ouch lined by tho thousand in tlio Greek-it is not mcro grammar, but that subtlo aenso called taste, that will meal them groat rooutbfuls of harmonious words, with euoh a sweet kernel of thought within them. You haro tbom in Danto, orcry lino of whom is resonant with' sweet or horrid musio. You hare them in Miltoo | and Shakespeare, and Tounyeon and Browning. You have them in your own great language, qb jet dimly revealed. Ami is this edncation? Yea. And formation ol chuructor ? Yea. Whatorer tends to sweeten, to purify, or to helpa to form character. If there nro "demons in stones," thoro is insgio in poetry tho kindly loogio that builds a new hearen and a now oarth aboro this ralley of tears, And, what i» more, tho education or formation of oharactor may pusa from tho university...

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Address in Reply to Governor General's Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 8 May 1914

Address in Reply to Governor General's ,, Speech. In connection with tho nbovo "Mr King O'Malloy Bays : 'An eminent Persian doctor ooco said, "It you want to' avoid indigestion, ehun tho .jnau who is 1 ilwaV»'tolHag bail nowo." Wbon I boar thoao on ono sido swear that we arc going to ruin, and those | on tho other sido any ing that wo have already got there, T do not know what hope thore is for me. I notica in roadiug tho nawspapors that tho Gghtiog | blood of tho Prirao Minister rises to its highest temperatuto when ho \% addressing a Siatora' meeting j and Brother Fisher is far away. 1 object to my ' friends on this sido continually pulverising tho Attorney General. They soy that ho is tho brains of tho patty opposite. Then thoy praiso tho Prime Minister for Hiving by sheor, indomitablo pluck and doteimin'ation ri9on to bid present position from tho estate of a coal minor. I do not know why my honorablo frionds ou this sido aro making tho Attorney Qcuotal tho Nopolcou of Australia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 8 May 1914

BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF . published, is c of the oldest and best-known pr agents of N.S.W. He suflered.fr Rheumatism, and tried nl! liiaui of means to i:ct back his health. All these failed until he tried tbisblood purifying mcdiciuc. How long it took to rid his system ol the poisons which caused his agonising pniu nud tor ment is best told in his own words: To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " From May to the end of October, 1912, 1 suffered agonies with nfcute MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. Ankles, (?;, knees, and shoulder joints were swollen *' and painful, with excruciating pains in my back. I was ia & wretched and helpless condition, could scarcely stand, I completely lost appetite and sleep at night. I bad the best medical advice, Turkish and hot salt-water baths out of cumber, and was mas saged three times a week, bat all to do purpose. I despaired of ever being well again, and, as a last resource, concluded to try CLEMENTS TONIC, I bad read so much of what it bad done. 1 SOON FELT A WON...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 8 May 1914

WHSTjASE mi® m TO TIE nm WHO IS ILL ZsSHj Tbis'is specially tmc of the dyspcptic-the man who iv.nnot digest his food. When the stomach co«iv< s to effectually perform its natural food ceases to nourish and onuses paint licastbnm, wind, acidity, And a host oi other troubles which spoil life. 1'crfect digestion the'use of'tonic au<l stomachic ^ Mrs? 'llaria Manudl, 9^>Lc^9?,Sy"t\N?^1 ^^5?' Victoria, writes on July list, tgoa : It vau > Pl ? . to overestimate the benefit Mother Seigel s Syrup 1 .is con ferred upon me. When my health was c0OTpk-teh' brn^ indigestion, and I scarcely dared to look at lood.:"°tl^J,c^LSv ®\?£ restored nie my lost health and strength., and that after mail) other methods of trcatmont had.been tried jn.yaiu. MOTHER SEIGEL'S SY1 Hv?2£2a£2SS?2S A REVOLUTION IK -CREAM SEPARATORS THE MARVELLOUS EUEW TYPE CREATES A NEW ERA IN' SKIMMING MACHINES. Works Easier. -AlFA" Hand Power. 139 Gallons per hour. Sole Agents Skims Cleaner. Less Parts....

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 8 May 1914

LAW ltlSIiATlNG TO NBWSl'APEHS. 1. Subscriber." who do not giro express tioiico' to the contrary nro considered us wishing lo continue their eubsoription. 2. If subscribers o/der I ho discmitiMiinuco of their periodicals, the publisher may uontiuue to aetitl them until nmiira «ro paid. 3. If- subscribers refuao or neglect lo taka periodicals from I he ollleo to which the/ nro directed, they are held responsible until theylmve settled their bill?, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, mid tho papers uro sonl to their former direction, tho subscribers nro responsible. 5. Tin) courts littvc decided that refimin^ to tako periodicals from the ofllco or removing or leaving them uncnlJcd'for is prima Jticic evidence of in tentional fraud. 6. If subscribers pu}* in ndrunco for periodicals they oro bound to givo notice to tho publisher at tho end of tho time thai thoy do not wish to conliuuo taking it, otherwiso t...

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 — 15 May 1914

udmniomvealtb J HEAD OFFICE (BanUofHustcalta SYDNEY TU. B.nk 1« oren for ill cIijim o( GENERAL BANKING BUSINE8S it EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth. Hobart, Uriihxne, Rockli»mi>ton, Townlrine, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on /orelcn places direct. Forelgrn bllla negotiated and of onnlit issued to rtny part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking mid Exchange B«»ine«s of rverv description transacted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on flied deposit®. Advances intide against approved eeouritlci. . SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET* MELBOURNE. Branches in the abore cities and 2,000 Agencies st Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Intorost at 3/.' per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Commonwealth JAilKS KELL...

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 — 15 May 1914

J 1 ill 3 E § © u r . s the leading Hotel of the District. Commercial Travellers' Association House Tkis Old Established Hotel has been Extensively Renovated, the Wooden Portion of the Buiiding being Replaced by. Brickwork, a"d Visitors will find !? very Convenience. GOOD STCl^BLXISra-. LOOSE " BOXES. Eveiy attention for families, Visitors EishingV Cycling, Shooting and Pic-nic Parties. r ! Acetylene Gas laid 011 throughout the Whole Building. 'HOT AND COLD B tlTJIS. M. A. BALE, Proprietress. The Best ^.v SEWING MACHINES ARE SOLD BY A PRICES: LOCAL FIRM. £3 10s. £9 ISs. L«ng Guarantee. EASY TEBMS. The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money anil do more work with less labor than any other machines on the marhel, and 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 Kang...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Howqua Again. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Howqua Again. Fiioit thu Mohkkt'S DIAIIY. (Uv A I'uanY Cns) I was out to Howgaa last week, I heard & lot of that placo., Tho day was simply glorious, roraiodod mo of my own Brazilian clime, and I thought Howqua a most pic turosquo spot, but tlioy aro all 'Home rulcrB' down thoro so I had to quit. I was seated comfortably in a blackwood treo on tho rivor bank, and thus I overboard this conversation. Even to savo my life I could Bcarcely coutrol my mirth. An old farmor (I preaumo ho was Mr Grasseed) was fishing, using a twenty foot stringy bark polo for a rod and wielding it simply aB if it was a walking stick. Prosontly ho was joined by a friend, whom I guessod to bo Mr Carmena. "Catuhin* anything ?" quostioncd Carmona. "Kot a dang thing," answered Grasseed, "tho bliggards will not bite." "Il'm" grunted Carmoop, "I won't bait up, I'll have asmoke; got any matches ?" "Yes," said Grasseed, "that I hare, I have one in a box." Carmena spat. "Hdar the latest?'' he asked. "Naw, I d...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nec timide. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 15 May 1914

Cijc ©fjroiuclr. AYc tanert >un- ta/tide. tfiUDAY, MAY 15, 19 M. On "Wednesday evening the long drawn out debate on Sfr Fisher's Censure motion canic to an eml, and thu division was taken. The expectcd happened. Minis tors were acquitted on the casting vote of the Speaker, and so far as Mr Cook and his colleagues can shapo ovents, (lie Houso of Representatives is entering on tho last vital act in a curious Parliamentary drama. How long the Senate may choose to protract its part in thai act, what attitude the Governor-General would assume when the actual climax is readied it is useless to surmise. The outstanding fact is, that tliero may bo a double dissolution in a very few weeks, and for such a happening Liberal forces must bo ready. It is prudent then to forecast as accurately as may be, on what grounds the battle is likely to bo fought. The task is not a difficult one. Tho question of Electoral reform will play a compara tively small part ; a proposal to introduce Professional...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 15 May 1914

While cutting up' an nah-troe, 8ft in ? circumference, at Embloton Sawmill, Cum berland, tlie sawyers observed n dark object in tlio centro of the trunk. It was found to bo a'sparrow's nest containing tlio feathers had fkeleton of a dead bird and four .eggs. Tbo egg shells were exceedingly: woll preBorvod, but in the attempt to extricate them sorao were broken, and it was found that their contests had been entiroly absorbed. It is assumed that the bird built its nost in tho hollow of the treo and died while sitting on tho oggs, tbo holo becoming sealed up as tbe tree grew. Tbo nest had "probably been built a century ago, tho trco being ovor a hundred years old. Tho Kaffirs of tbo northern districts of Capo Colcny bavo a curious Bystem of banking. Periodically tho natives como south to trado in tho isevoral villngcs and towns in largo numbers, stay with the Boers for a time, then return. Their banking facilities are very primitive, and consist ontirely of bankB of doposit alone, with...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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How Character is Formed. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 15 May 1914

How Character is Formed. (By VF.BY REV. P. A. CANOX SIIBEIUN, D.D., R.P.) (Continued.) Then, wo must, know our own weaknesses-not will) a eense of morbid restlessness to overcorao thorn, bat with a view to guard agstost tho dangers where tho ionor onoroy might provo traitorous. Thoto is no use, bowovor optimistic no moy be, in denying that life hos it pitfalls, which by foresight we may avoid, out of which wo may omergo badly bruised-from which wo may »»'« rise. But tho traitor is not JO much tho enemy who hoa dug tho pitfalls us the domestic enemy who has lod ub thither-that i*, mirselvcs. Assuredly, of the four classes of false divinities, which lord Bacon warns ns against, those of the don, tho Idola spccus, tho false gods who Iiii-k in tho caroms of our own souls j | whore tho light is imperfectly admittotl, and before which we are so fond of burning incense and sacri ficing truth, are the most dfuigorous. Know thyself i therefore, and turn thiao cyo inward upon tliysolf. 1 Othe...

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 — 15 May 1914

mK£$KEB !*V5. TO TIE WHO 1$ ILL Only a bitter mockery. The world is full of delights in wfiicli 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 cen.-os to effectually perform its natural work, food censes to nourish and causes pain, heartburn, wind, acidity, and a host of other troubles which spoil life. Perfect digestion ' is the foundation of sound health, and that is assured by the nse of the world-renowned digestive tonic and stomachic remedy, Mother Seigel's Svrup. Mrs* Maria Manuel), pi, Lennox Street, North Richmond, Victoria, writes on July 21st, iqoS : " It would be impossible > ~ to overestimate the benefit Mother Seigel's Syrup has con ferred upon me. When my health was completely broken down through indigestion, nad I scarcely dared to look at food, Mother Seigel's Syrup restored me my lost health and strength, aud that after many other m...

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 — 15 May 1914

LAW KKLATINO TO NliWSfAl'UHH. 1. Subscribers who'do not gl»o express notico to the contrary nro cotuidered ns wishing lo coulinuo thrivi'Jtbsoriptint). L\ If subscribers order Iho discontinuance of their periodicals, tho publisher may continue to send the in until arrears nro paid. H, If subscribers refuse or ncplccfc lo take periodicals from Iho office to which they arc dim-ted, they nrn held responsible utilil they have fettled thotr bill?, and ordered Iho periodicals to be discontinued. .I. If subscribers more to other pluces without informing publishers. iind tho papers nro sent to their former direction, the subscribers nro responsible. 5. Tho courts huve decided that refusing to loko periodicals from the olllco or removing oi* leaving them uncoiled for is prima facie eridenco of in tentional fraud. (i. If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals thoy tire bound to giro nolicu to tho publisher at the cud of tho tiiuo that they do not wish to coulinuo Inking il, nthcrwiso tho ...

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