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Strawberry Fete. A LARGE ATTENDANCE A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

' Strawberry Fete. A LARGE ATTENDANCE • | A GREAT SUCCESS. The annual Strawberry Fete in aid ot the Rectory building fund of the Church of England, was held in the church grounds on Wednesday last and proved a great success. During the afternnoon the church members ably assisted by the willing and most acceptable help of llie fire brigade, worked hard to prepare the grounds and were rewarded by g lining the approval of all—many ever remark ing that the general appearance sup passed any previous efforts. The usual stalls were seen. First of course, we must mention straw beries and cteam ; yes, though cream seems to be out of the ques tion at present those energetic stall holders were not to be persuaded to find a substitute and in the face of all difficulties connected with a dry season, procured the ]. necessary supply. It was difficult to remember as one enjoyed a plate of straw berries and cream, and a happy crowd passed backwards and for wards, that we are passing through a time ...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Numurkah Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

Numurkah Shire Council. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday, when there were present:—Crs. Ball (President), Tuckett, Furze, Maloney, Ross, Meiklejohn, Thorn ton, Campbell. Moss, Gordon and McDonell. Correspondence. From Shire of Dimboola, asking for support in an endeavor to in duce the Government to fix a maxi mum price for hay, straw, chaff, bran and pollard.—No action. From Department of P u b 1 i c Works, asking if there were any objections to leasing to J. Long frontage to Broken Creek, abutting on Nathalia shovV grounds.— To stand over. FromTsame, similar query re road east of allot, i, sec. 29.—To stand over. From Hon. Geo. Graham, stating that he would place request for seed and fodder before the proper au thorities.—Received. From Mr Frank Clark, M.L.C., to ! same effect.—Received. From Minister of Agriculture (to Mr Graham) stating that he would urge that the board to be appointed '^1 to deal with the allotment'of seed wheat should visit Numurkah...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

Serious Chances. *—:—* Ate taken in neglecting a simple case of pjles. Any person takes serious phancea in lie-, glccting an attack of piles. - This ailment baa a 'tendency to bccome chronic,, and there is so danger of ulceration and form ing of fistula both very difficult to euro. The safest remedy for any form of Piles, whether Itching or Protruding, is Doan's Ointment. It causes no detent on from daily occupa ion, and the many cures ! made by it have made it famous in every corner of the world; It enjoys groater demand, and more enthusiastic popularity than any other Pile remedy over placed on the market. Mr A. Armstrong, Saddler, Saxon Street, l^umukah, says -—"For three years I sufferd with Itching Piles, the irritating at times being most unbearble. I Bpent a lot of my money on Pile re medies hoping to get relief, but-nothing aoorr.ed to be able to fease my suffering. One day I read of • cures effected by Doan's Ointment, to made up my mind to give it a trial. I mentioned this...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
State Elections. MR. J. D. MITCHELL AT NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

State Elections. MR. J. D. MITCHELL AT'NA " THALIA. Mr,>J. D. Mitchell addressed the electors at the Public hall, on Thurs day, 12 iiistAMr F. H. Furze, J.P., was in the chair. There was only a fair attendance owing to the fact that the date of the meeting was not advertised in the Nathalia "Herald." The advertisement was sent to this office but was unfor tunately mislaid and did not appear in our columns. We take this oppor tunity of offering an apology to Mr Mitchell. The candidate said he was a pro gressive liberal. The country should be developed on right lines. The two surest means of developing the country were by irrigation and im migration. Opposition to immi gration was a mistake and he was in favor of bringing a large number of people here after the war. He would support extensive schemes of water storage. If private money could be.found for any approved scheme surely. it would pay the Go vernment. In regard to Closer Set tlement the policy of the Govern ment was right,...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

Stomach troubles are. soon ban ished by Mother . Seigel's Syrup. Take a few doses, and note how wonderfully effective this grand old • herbal remedy really is. Use if for any of the symptoms of indigestion liver trouble, or constipation Teijs of thousands pin their faith to Mother Seigel's Syrup- as the c Mr. James Baines, 34, Botany Road, Alexandria, Sydney, NiS>.W., wrote ori Feb; 27tlj, 1914:—"l?pr some years I was in a vepy bad state of really reliable reiijedy for stomac|i, liver, Wfl bowel troubles. Try it 1 BANISHED K0311'1' Indigestion apd phronic dyspepsia were two • of my worst afflictions. I also BY sufferejd very much from'heart burn, flafuleripp, and apidity of the 1 stomach. Nine iponths back f 'waj advised to try'Mother Seigel'-s Syrup. Six bottjes ppippleted piy pure,"' MOTHER 51

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Numurkah Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

Numurkah Water Trust. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday last, when the following were present:— Corns. Moss, (chairman,), Tuckett, Campbell, McDonell, Ross, Furze, Ball, Maloney, Gordon, Thornton, and Meiklejohn, Correspondence. From Water Supply Commission asking whether there were objec tions to the sale to Owen Gray of land adjoining Blake Street Natkalia —No objection. . From Geo H. Glasson Nathalia, asking permission to fill water cart by means of an engine in order to cart water for fruit trees—Com Tuckett moved that the request be granted. At the same time care would have to be_ exercised, for Mr Glasson had previously broken the spirit ot requests m;ide—Com Furze seconded. Care would need to be exercised, for it was i unlikely that a man would fill a tarilj when ce could deliver water direct to his plot. Glasson would need to understand that iiny infringement would be fol lowed by a recission of the permis sion given.—Com Campbell did not think th...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

M. Grant & Tnthill, Solicitors, Etc. NathaJia and Sliepparton. Trust Moneys to. lend at | Current Rates, in sums from £100 to £5000. Gash Column. For Casual Advertisements Fpurteeri words.and under, I/-. For every additionalWord, id. AW.N.L. Picola branch meet Monday . 3 p.m., usual place, V. Stickels. LOST 3S lambs and 4 sheep, branded J. C. 011 shoulder, from near Nathalia. Reward offered,—Carland Bros. LOST 2 Shropshire rams and four pets . branded REN with punch holes in cars. Reward on information—W. Ren-', dell, Yielima. LOST from Yalca North about 45 come back wethers rising 4-tooth, branded black . B on back. Kindly communicate with Muntz Bros., Nathalia. LOST from .Narioka, four Ewes and Lambs, branded black H lengthway 011 back and W on off shoulder.—G. Grant. MOTOR Hire. Trips arranged. Cart ful'driver. Apply—Alf. Garonne.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

E. A- KRUTLI, Photo Artist, Visits Nathalia every second Saturday (all day.) ■ Sit for your Christmas Photo early. - ^ Prices as usual. S arg'eon Dentist. 302 CHAPEL STREET, Praliran. Telephone—255 Windsor. Visits Nathalia Period:caUy. Artificial Teeth a Specialty. Teeth Stopped and Bleached. Absolutely Painless Extractions THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE May be consulted at Court House Hotel. Date of Next Visit NATHALIA: THURS., 26th"Nov, all day. SAT., 28th Nov, to-1 p.m. And at Lovelock's Wine Cafe, Picola TUESDAY, 24th Nov, from 2 . p.m., to 2 p.m.'WED:, 25th Nov. Morrissy & Deane BARRISTERS & SOLICITORS, Blake Street, Nathalia, and at Salisbury Buildings, corner Bourke and Queen Streets, and at Numurkah, Na ambie and Dookie MOTHER'S FRIEND. is, and with Nit Comb, is 6(1. Pedic Pomade'(or the Head, Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One .application destroys vermin, kills nits, hfsils sores, cures ringworm, and B makes the liair grow, thick and strong. Also for vermin in Pou...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NATHALIA POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 12th Nov. [Before Messrs R. knight, P.M., and F. H. Furze and H. J. Lapthorne, J's.p.] Health Act Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

NATI1ALIA POLICE COURT. Thursday, 12th Nov. [Before Messrs R. knight, P.M., and F. H. Furze and H. J. Lap tborne, J's.p.] Health Act Prosecution. M. C. Leckie (Inspector under the Health Act) vW. B, Anderson. Not keeping premises free from, flies. ' Mr Freeman (of the Crown Law Department) appeared for the in formant and Mr Grant for defend ant. • ? - ' Accused pleaded guilty and was fined £i, with £2/2/ The P.M. said .that people were not particular enough. He referred to a case where at a refreshment room, buns had been taken from under cover and in five minutes you could not tell which were currants and which wete flies. The regulation w;is plain enough. As this was the first case in the town theifine would not be so heavy, bi^in the future fheywould inflict' heavier penalties. Default Summons. Massey-Harris v. Alex. Munro. Order for £3/3/3, with £1/16/6 costs. Brown, Corke & Co, v F. E. Northcott. Order, for £3/0)5, with 15/6 costs. " x Vaccination. Senior Constable Brow...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Herald Published Every Tuesday Morning Tuesday, NOVEMBER 17, 1914 LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

€lu ijcralD Published Every Tuesday Morning Tuesday, NOVEMBER 17, 1914 LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS. Electric Installations. Quota tions free. Expert wiring. Good work guaranteed. Support local in dustries.—A.'E. Joi.es. Owing to long reports and late ad vertisements we have been unable (to find space for several items of in terest also for a letter relating to state elections which- arrived to late. . - ,) Goulbuhn Wcir Sports.—A well attended meeting of the Goulbqfn Weir Sports Club, was .held on Saturday evening, the 7th inst. It was unanimously decided to hold the usual sports meeting on New Year's Day, 50 per cent, of the profits to be donated to either the patriotic fund or the -Belgian relief fund. | USED MANY OTHERS. ' "My little boy William used to get friehtful attacks nf fionehincr nt: ni relit-" writes &lr Carpenter, Musgrave Street, North Rockhampton, Q. "Ohamber lnin's Oougb Remedy was the meanfe of saving me many a sleepless night for a couple of doses always ...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THOSE WHO STAY BEHIND. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

THOSE WHO STAY BEHIND. 1 There aro two classes of Austra linns in war time—those' who go and fight, and those who stay at home. p The regular British Army, aided by Colonial troops, is lighting our bat tle, and keeping our future open for us. Our Australian troops, men whom we used to see in the^civilian dress, but who since then have donned the khaki, and answered the Empire's call for help, must day after day tramp long weary miles—longer dis tances than many accomplished in a • - month in time of peace—through a 1 foreign .country,' often short of food, and suffering .immense discomforts from the severe climate, which our sunny skies have ill prepared them to endure. Strange dull noises, and scenes of nightmare-like horrors must be lived through with nothing but the deter mination to do "our part," and up bold the honour of Australia and the . Empire as a support. Our men will hang on through all ; they will emerge from the trial of deadly fa tigue, short rations, bitter cold and...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIA FELIX. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

AUSTRALIA FELIX. ' — —t".— — '. '■-> When ive in''.Australia" seriously . fleet on the vast area and varied characteristics of our' big -island, it • is born in upon us that we live in a country, a closer knowledge of which would Jje most pleasurable and pro fitable. The distances are so great, and in some regions so lonely, that ■ a thorough intimate knowledge of the ■ ' whole island, is almost impossible. Australia's backbone, the bush;dwel - • lcrs, can read their environment like an open book, but to the vast ma jority of them, industrial civilisa tion's ways, as pursued in the cities, are mysterious and incomprehensible. "■■■. In a like manner the town dwellers display an equal ignorance of the country man's life, aud his attitude ■ towards it. With the flight • of years • distinct nationalities have grown up iu America. This is due to the closely packed European countries emptying . their- surplus population into the States. A tendency towards lietero • geneity has thus dev...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A FAMOUS BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

A FAMOUS BANK. Coutts's Bank, which is amalgama ted with Robarts, Lubbock, and Co.,. is one of the .most famous banks is the world, and remains mo^t exclu sive. It was in 1754 that James and Thomas Coutts came to London to establish a branch of the firm. Thomas Oootts, who .survived his brother, to the man with whose name the history ol the bank. Is generally associated.; He married Bettie Star kie, a maidservant in his brother's house, and she became the mother of "the three Graces," as they were cal led — subsequently the Countess of Guilford,. the Marchioness of Bute, and Lady Frances Burdctt, mother of the Baroness Burdett-Coutts. It was Thomas Coutts's dslight to be taken for a poor man, and there is still preserved a guinea that - was given him- by a compassionate person, of whom varying accounts have been recorded. It- is a custom of the bank that all its clerks shall be clean shaven. Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington, Lord • Macaulay, Lord Chatham, Charles Dickens — these ...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Song of Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

A Song of Hope. -■ ac Then is a pill for every ache, a salvo for evwy sore, so let's re joice and never make n rumpus any more. There is a poultice foi each, head, for every pain some dope; until the doctors say we're dead,~ no one should give up hope. I knew x man once -on a . time, . who had no store of cash; he said this world was quite a crime, and ttll its glories trash; and so he got a neighbour's axe and by the old horse trough, with sundry strong and skilful whacks he . chopped hia headpiccc oil., Next week a lawyer printed aAs., announcing that this knave had fallen heir to heaps of scads, but he was in his grave. The darkest hour, as Homer said, is just bo fore the dawn;, there's often com fort just ahead when all the hope seemfl gone. There is a syrup for eoeh cough, a lanee for every boil, bo never think to sh utile oil some yards of mortal coil. Misfortune hits us now and then, but if we bravely grin', she'll go pursuing weaker men and push their faces in. There is a cu...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Right to Die. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

The Right to Die. * . I . ■ —*T Mrs. William . Squier, of Atco,. New Jersey, xvfce was doomed to <1« by her doctors just one year ago, is now cured, and has l«lt hoc bed, . where for many months she had lain a helpless cripple, suffering continuoifKly from an intestin*! tumour. Her case,has excited world wide interest, because Mrs. Squier, regarding ktfcase as hopeless, ap pealed to the Legislature for a law , permitting euthanasia for JMrseti and oth»r victims, equally unfortu nate, who has b««a "pronounced in curable." ' The coKtrovwsy raised by Mrs. Sq'iier's plea for the rijfht to' d*« ! continued throughout the summer months,- the tw<o sides ■ apparently | being about equally divided "When ! an animal suffers . hopelessly we put it out of its misery," wrote Mrs. Squier, "but we allow htiiaan bo ings to remain in agony when ther« is no hope ior them. I One of tha loading surgeons in N»i» York heard of a woman's suffering suk! her unusual appeal, and took .i...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What Killed Them. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

What KBtod Yttem. •' ' ,i 1i' • ' Hundreds of yfW «go in a loft in the old. Teto^rd Ii»n, in South wark, a cat wat kaHed mysterious ly just as she ca«(lit and was slnying two rats. One sh$ had in her jaws, the other she was pinning down . Vitk her Joot. ITow death cawc is not known, but it came in sock a form that cat and rats alike were mummi fied. For centuries the group stood in- the same position un.ler the raf ters, hidden from sight. The pas sage of time made no difference to their state, and when the old inn was pnlled down they were at last discovered. Tli is cat and her victims are now in a glass case in the offices oi Mr. W. Lo May, the hop factor, in Southwark.. ■ The cat is still holding the rats, and their skins were still intact. The rat which is held in the cat's jaws has its mouth open just as it had when it. started to squeal before death overtook them all.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELECTRIC TOMATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

ELECTRIC TOMATOES. The rays of the mercury' vapour electric lamp have been harnessed re cently for the invigorating ol flowers, fruit, and vegetables by a woman scientist in Dumfries, Miss Dndgeon, who is engaged on experiments for Professor Priestley, on behalf of the Board of Agriculture. The most remarkable of Miss Dud geon's results so far has been in the application of the rays to tomatoes, which under this treatment give a much larger crop. One of the chief difficulties at present is the cost of the lamps. •" - - ' The vision of • the future among electro-farmers is a country covered with overhead electric wires impart ing a stimulus to the crops. These overhead wires have been used al ready with varying success for in creasing the yield of crops, but Pro fessor Priestley found that the electro "stimulus" was actually carried- by the wind some considerable distance. Miss Dudgeon has. been using gal vanised wire netting with a Jin. mesh to enclose the land under electric treatm...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIS LAST MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

HIS LAST MEAL. When an express train between Bel linzona and Luino turned a sliarp curve, the engine-driver was astonish ed to see a, man seated between the rails calmly eating his dinner, which was spread before him. The man'.took no notice of the repeated whistles, and, although the brakes were ap plied, the speed of the train was so fast that it passed over him. The only thing found on the body was a card bearing the name Ludo vici Caduta, and written underneath in Italian, "I want to die ; this is my last dinner, and a good one." . The man had evidently carefully timed the moment of his death, for he was finishing his dessert of fruit when killed.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORLD-WIDE NOTES. NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE. A DEADLY WIND. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

WORLD-WIDE NOTES. ! " — kr NEWS FROM EVERYWHEItE. i A DEADLY WIND. In' the Rocky Mountains there is o particular zone, to venture into which is to count almost certain death. It is swept at intervals by an icy blast, which stings the face like many pin-pricks. The Indians, when caught in that blast, immediately covcr mouth and nostrils, for to breathe it is fatal in well-nigh every instance. It is laden with minute Particles of ice, which, if inhaled into the lungs, sets-up acute pneumonia, from which the sufferer speedily succumbs. The Indians call it "The White Death." Another deadly zone exists in Peru, on the Pacific slopes of the Andes. For centurics this zone has been • swept by a mysterious disease, knowc as verruga, which has claimed count less victims. As far back as the days of the Incas thousands of the inhabi tants perished by the disease. More recently, out of a force of 2,000 men employed in the construction of the Central' Railway of Peru, 200 were cut off by verruga ...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tip, or "Kip?" [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 17 November 1914

TH», w- ?V^ Dressed ia ' a mnch-wom chcrfe suit, with the inevitable tight tre* sere, and endeavouring to the best Of his ability to look as "horsey " as possible, the hard-up J_ndividual «n the "make-haste" stood on a part of the Epsom Downs, anxious .y on thu look-out for a prospective greeuhorn. Presently a simple looking country youth came along, whereupon the "horsey" man's hope* brightened.. "Going to the races ?" -.he would be ben*f actor ia. the faded checks asfeed the oth«r. . "Yos," was the brief reply. - "Thea let me put you on-a good thing," said the tipster, in philanr thropie .. tones. "X have coma straight from the stable !" The "country youth quietly p*o daced four pennUs from hip pocket and handed them over to the aston ished-speaker. "Come straight from the stable, eh ?" said he. • "Well, now you will' be able to pay for a bed to-night,.' anyway !" - -••• ■ Trad* Terms.—l,ittle that is liumof-. OUB -attends the purchase of cost ^ yet one Cleveland; 'man; found at; ...

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