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Facing an Enraged Buffalo. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Facing- an Enraged Buffalo. Sir Henry Seton-ICarr, C.M.O., a Well-known and intrepid hunter, has been telling some of his ad ventures and detailing some of his •narrow escapes in pursuit of dan gerous game. "Stay-at-home citi zens," he says, "who do not know, and have never experienced the wild joys of big-game hunting, may sometimes wonder where the plea sure conies in, or what is the in ducement. The impelling motive with big game hunters is the lust or excitement of the chase. The lust of the chase leuds a hunter in to tight corners at times. "1 shall never forget," continues Sir Henry, •in. the "London Magazine," "and en counter with a grand old buffalo that I enjoyed—I am certain this Js really the correct word—in a re cent hunt on the Nairobi pulteau. "The scene was a rungo of hills from which steep-sided bush and long, grass-covered ravines ran down to a wide, jungly valley below. Wo had vainly spied all open patches for buffalo that we know frequented the range, and it was n...
Surprising Changes in Star Clusters. ORION TO BE OVERTHROWN, [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Surprising Changes in Star Clusters. ORION TO BE OVERTHROWN, Everything changes, even the con stellations which the avcrago indi vidual when he gazes on fine nights up to the heavens regards as for ever permanent. In a fascinating paper, Prof. Garrett P. Serviss tells us of the past and future Of such starry changes. One of the most surprising results of the cross motion, of the fixed stars, as projected on the back ground of the sky, is, we are told, the gradual falling to pieces of th« familiar constellations. The stars are moving in all sorts of direc tions, some faster and some slower, and the inevitable consequence must ho that in a few centuries it \v( could come back again to our earthly life we should not recog nise them. Of course, a very long period of time will be required tc produce a very great transforma tion, but it is going on all the time, and in some cases a few years suflico to render the offects mea surable with astronomical instru ments. The starry sky seen by t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Dental.—Mr. Shanasy, the registered dental surgeon of the district (by examination) will personally attend Kainbow on Tuesday and Wednesday, 23rd and 21th June. Good teeth; price to suit; wonderfully painless. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS, PENING of Extension of Line from VJ Rainbow to Yaapeet. The above extension, 10J miles in length, will be open for general traffic on Friday, 20th June. The stations from Rainbow will be:—Albaentya (G miles), and Yaapeet. A train will leave Rainbow at 2.50 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays, and reach Yaapeet at 3.25 p.m., and leave Yaapeut at 7.10 p.m. same days, and reach Kainbow at 7.40 p.m. J. S. KEES, for Acting Secretary. Business Notice MR. A. J. WATT desires to inform the public of Rainbow and district that be lias disposed of his wool, hide and skin business to Mr. J. C. Stewart, of Melbourne, and in thanking the public for the support accorded him during the past three years, trusts that the same will be extended to his successor. J. C. STEWART, Rainbow Sk...
Mme. Bernhardt's Tomb. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
fftme. Bernhardt's Tomb. Mine. Sarah Bernhardt has been assured that her tomb, which has been prepared for her on a rock in the Atlantic Ocean, will not bo taken from her by the .French Gov ernment. The tomb is hewn out of a rocky peninsula which touches Belle lie, the island off the Brittany Coast where Mme, Bernhardt spends her ■holidays. At low tide the rock which contains the tomb joins tho •island, while at high tide it be comes an island itself. After the actress had prepared the tomb doubt was expressed re garding her title to the rock, and «. lawyer informed her some months ago that it did not belong to her. Mjne. Berhhardt has now received a definite assurance, through Mine, Delcasse, wife of the Minister of Marine, that her title will not bo challenged.
CHAPTER IV. The Sentence of Doom. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
CHAPTER IV. The Sentence of Doom. Once more it was Saturday night, 'md Angus Galbraith sat in the bacl-' room beside the little red-hot stove. TTe carefully rubbed his great sea boots with some oily preparation, and from time to time he turned his steaming clothes of rough, blue serge. The secret of his love had been as a burning fire in his veins during these last seven days, and he loused for the time to come when Elsie would wear the ring openly, and say to all the world, "I love Angus Gal braith." He had made up his mind that on this Saturday night he would so plead with her that her strange re luctance would be brolcen down. For this purpose he had dressed himself in his Sunday clothes in order to meet her under the old trysting tree. He had seen little of Elsie during the week, purposely keeping out of her way lest he should add to her embarrassment. Never had he re ferred to the meeting under the trysting tree, but now the time of tension would soon be over. At last the hour ...
"The Moths." COSTUME COMEDY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
"The Moths." « ■■ COSTUME COMEDY COMPANY. On next Friday and Saturday, 2Gth and 27tli iust., Mr. . Ernest Clark's famous costume comedy company "The Moths," will appear at the Mechanics' lhill, Rainbow. It is nearly two and a half years since Mr. Clark brought this original and talented company out from Encland, and during this period "The Moths" have played long seasons at Sydnej, 'Brisbane, Adelaide, Broken Hill, and have successfully loured N.S.W., Queensland and South Aus tralia, adding fresh laurels to llieir past triumphs. The Brisbane "Courier" savs:—"Mr. Ernest Clark has succeeded in gathering together the finest musical comedy combination that has ever been seen in Brisbane. The individual merit of each member of the company is great, and although expectations may run high, they will be surpassed by the artistic finish and infinite grace of the entertainment." The company consists of eight members—five ladies and three gentlemen. Mr. Clark, the proprietor of the company, is...
A BROTHER'S LOVE Author of "The Soul of Lucille," "The League of the Sacred Scarab," etc. Published by arrangement with Cassell & Co. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER III. The Student's Night. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
A BROTHER'S LOVE By GRAHAM BROWN, Author of "Tlie Soul o^ Lucille," "The League of the Sacred Scarab," etc. Published by arrangement with Cassell & Co. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER III. The Student's Niaht. It was nearly the end of the sum f mer session and the students throng ed tlie "gods" at the Frivolity in Edinburgh. The manager of this va riety theatre had put his best foot foremost, and from the wings he watched the seething crowd of fresh young faccs. The phalanx of students arrived early, as is their wont, and began by making audible comments on the ad vertisements on • the iron curtain. Soon cat-calls resounded through the rapidly-filling house. "Clementine" . arid several other masterpieces were rendered, at least with gusto, and at last there arose the cry, "Galbraith'. Galbraith!" from every corner. The audien.ie turned in their seats and looked up at tlie animated scene in the gallery. It was a fine thing to be an Edinburgh student! As the iron curtain rose slo...
Rainbow Stock Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Rainbow Stock Sale. •©■ Messrs Young Bros.report having con ducted a most successful stock sale at their Ruin bow sale yards on Tuesday last. Buyers were present from Nhill, Jeparit, Lorquon,\Varrackabeal, Beulah, Dimboola, and Rainbow districts. The bidding from the commencement was keen and continued throughout the sale, altogether 11S7 sheep and 24 cattle being disposed of under the hammer and privately. Crossbred ewes sold to 25s, crossbred wethers to 2L's 6d, ewes and lambs to 20s (id, merino wethers to 183 3d, crossbred wenners to 10s 8d ; steers to £5 2s, cows to £4 10s, heifers to £4 2s Gel, and poddies to £1 7s (3d. The firm will conduct the next sale at their yards on Tuesday, ,7th July, and invite early entries.
Dimboola Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Dimboola Shire Council. The usual monthly meeting of the above was held at Rainbow on Tuesday. Present:—Crs. McCabe (president), _ Bone, Ryan, Innes, Mackenzie, Walsgott, Wiedermann, Newcombe, Hamdorf, Gawith and Hoffmann. Cr. Klinge was still too un.vell to attend. Daring the afternoon Cr. Raggatt, of the Kar karooc Shire, attended the meeting and was accommodated with a seat at the table. TENDERS | Contract No. 50,1914—Rubbling over sand between allots 17 and 30, Werrap. W. Beasley, £26 6s 9d (accepted.) Contract No. 51, 1914—Sand scooping on road between Meier's and Wvatt's, going north. V. Becker, £15 8s (ac cepted); W. Coustley, £19 5s; A. E. Hoffmann, £24 4s. Contract No. 52, 1914—Sand scooping on the road near Jorgenssn's, Katyil. ' Nuske Bros., £14 10s (accepted); L. Rauert, £17 10a. Contract No. 53, 1914—Grubbing on road near Schwartz', Antwerp. Louis McDougall, £7 5s 4d (accepted): Nuske Bros., £12 0s 6d. Contract No. 54, 1914—Sand scooping on road between Murphy's and Dwy...
The Federal Fight SOME FALSE ISSUES [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
The Federal Fight SOME FALSE ISSUES "A clear, fire, a clean hearth, and the rigor - of the game". "This,17 savs Charles Lamb in his famous essay, was the celebrated wish of old Sarah Battle who, next to her devotions, loved a good game of whist". In the same spirit Mr. Cook, speaking in the House of Representatives on Wednesday said:—"While this fight is going on I don't want a tittle of advan tage to my side. I want a straight, square, standup fight. Any step that will help to that end I shall be only too delighted to take". The words used bv the Prime Minister aptly express the feeling of ever}'' honest citizen, be lie Liberal or Laborite: It is a pity therefore, that, on Wednesday, some members of the Opposition saw fit to say verv very sweeping thing?, about mi alleged conspiracy to disfranchise the nomadic worker. The asser tions as to the doings of Libera! Organisers unnamed were almost, though not quite, as startling as the absence of definite facts to sup port them. And in t...
Yaapeet Rail way Extension OPENING CEREMONY PRELIMINARY ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Yaapeet Rail way Extension OPENING CEREMONY PRELIMINARY ARRANGEMENTS A meetiug of the Albacutya-Nypo railway committee was held ut Ryan's Commonwealth Hotel on Saturday afternoon, Mr. E. A. Woods, presiding. A letter was received from the Shire of Karkarooc stating that the council would co-operate in the proposed exten sion to Nypo; the Secretary for Lands also wrote stating that the land north of Nypo would be thrown open for selection this week. Accounts to the amount of £2 18s Gd were passed for payment. After other business of a routine character had been dealt with the meeting closed. A special meeting of the committee was held on Thursday afternoon, when, in the absence of the president, Mr. E. A. Woods, (Jr. limes was voted to the chair. There were also present Or. Ryan, and Messrs. A. Germaine, J. Sanders, G. E. Riby and the secretary (Mr. H. E. McLean.) The Chairman explained that a telegram had been received from the Jlon. John Gray, intimating that the lion, the Minister...
MR. WATT RESIGNS WILL CONTEST BALACLAVA SEAT SIR. A. PEACOOK TO BE NEW LEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
MR. WATT RESIGNS WILL CONTEST BALACLAVA SEAT SIR. A. PEACOOK TO BE NEW LEADER. Mr. W. A. Watt has decided to resign his position as Premier of Victoria and endeavor to enter Federal politics as member for Balaclava in the House of represen tatives. He will be succeeded as leader of the Cabinet by Sir Alex ander Peacock. At a special meeting of the Stato Cabinet on Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Watt announced his decision to his colleagues,who,while receiving with regret his retirement from the lea dership of the Ministry, congratu lated him on the public spirit h« was evincing, and on the sacrifices he was making in what he con ceived to be the best interests of tho electors. Negotiations begun about a week previously, at first unknown to Mr. Watt, terminated on Tuesday afternoon. Dr. C. C. Salmon, for merly Speaker of fhe House of Re presentatives, who was for some months regarded as the Liberal candidate for Balaclava, called on Mr. Watt shortly before the lun ; cheon hour, and conferred...
Successful Clearing Sale [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Successful Clearing Sale -e IMessrs Ilagelthorn :ind Holton report having held a highly successful clearing sale at Yaapeet on account of Mrs L. M. Liddle on Monday last, when satisfactory prices were realised; among the highest being £9-1 for Allan oil engine; waggon, £36; 0 furrow plough, £25; spring cart, £11 ;binder £18 ;horscs £20, £23 and £25. The firm also disposed of by auction on Tuesday, a house and land in Dart's Avenue, Rainbow, the purchaser being Mr. R. II. Gray. The price was consi dered satisfactory. The latter sale wag conducted in conjunction with Mr. B. II. Jenkins. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co. Limited, report:—Sheep skins: There is no change to report in prices this week, all descriptions Belling freely at late rates. Ilidea: The offer ings "this week were small compared to previous sales. Competition was keen throughout and all weights sold firm. Tallow: The market showed a decline of 10s per ton on all dark and badly rendered lines; good col...
Farmers' Convention [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Farmers' Convention Theiwelfth annual conference of the Chamber of Agriculture, which is more widely known as the Farmers' Convention, will be held at Maryborough on June 30" and July 1 and 2. It wil] be officially opened by. Ilis Exoellency the 'Governor, and several other distin guished visitors have been invited to attend. A special train for the delegates and their wives will leave j Spencer-street on the afternoon of 1 June 29, stopping en route at Bacchus, Marsh, Ballan, Ballarat, Creswick, and Clunes. A depar ture has been made in arranging the business of conference by having the various papers on Agri cultural subjects printed in advance and circulated among the delegates beforehand. By this means it is hoped to promote discussion at the convention, as members will be acquainted with the substance of the essays before debating the points raised. The intention also is to devolop the interest of the agricultural societies that constitute the chamber by making the mem bers fam...
AT WERRAP [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
AT WKRKAP 1913 3914 January - 0.00 0.23 February - I.Si) 0.51 March - 1.48 0.35 April - 0.42 1.10 May - - 1.19 0.G4 June - 0.1 L July - 0.4K) A.u^ust - 0.8:5* Septeiiibcr - 3.11 October ' - 2.87 November - 0.51 December - 0.7;5 = Tolal - 13
Hopetoun [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Hopetoim At the annual meeting of the Agricultural and Pastoral Society, Mr. C. G. Carter was elected presi dent, and Messrs. Thomas Robins and \Y. E. Poulton vice-prcsident. Over £600 was spent in improve ments to the now ground during the past year. Mr. R. D. Bruce has been appoin ted electric engineer at JJopetoun. vice Mr. W- A. Lang, who has been appointed to Gawler, S. A.
AT ALBACUTYA [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
AT A L15 A C U T Y A! " 1913 1914 January - 0.00 0.43 February - 1.27 1.35 March - - 1.50 0 44 April - 0.55 1.58 M nv - l.C>8 JlUlO - 0 05 July - - 0.80 August - O.Gfi Pcptumber - 2.4S " October - J.!>7 November - 0.51 December . - - 0.75 Total - 11.57
Beulah [Newspaper Article] — Rainbow Argus — 20 June 1914
Beulah Mr Frank Tate, director of Edu cation, accoinpained bv Mr. Carew Smith, art director of the depart ment. visited the Bonlah State school on Thursday. Tho commit tee submitted a scheme for the im provement of the building, and it was fully endorsed by Mr Tate,who promised a complete remodelling The teacher's residence is also to be improved. Mr. Tate gave a very satisfactory report on the work of the scholar?. A Literary end Debating Society has been formed, with tlu; Rev. j£. Fleischer as president and Mr.W. R. Miles as secretary. The Beu'.ah Gun Club opened its new shooting reserve on Friday. The club has installed spring trap0, and is using clay birds instead of pigeons. Mr.II. l?eco,who has been station master for the past six years, has been transferred to Koroit.