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VINEGROWERS' FIELD DAY, AT THE WAHGUNYAH NURSERY. 65 PER CENT OF STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

YINEGROWERS' FIELD DAY, i AT THE WAHGUNYA.H NURSERY. 65 PER CENT. OF STRIKES. On Friday about 40 vignerons met at the Wahgunyah nursery for tlm purpose of inspecting the y-->ung vines growing there. The visit could 'not have been better timed, and it \v«s n pleasing sur prise to growers to the large extent of the nursery and the line healthy ap pearance of thr vines. Several of the growers stated ihat the way in which the vines had struck, through the drought, was surprising, and reflected great credit on Mr Adc^ek, principal, and Mr H. Wilkinson, viticu't,ui\il m viins-or. Mr D. B. Smith, chairman of the local committee, read the card calling the growers together, and trusted that their visit would be a . profitable one in tho wny of experience. He was.pleased, and lie knew the growers were, to see Mr Richardson, agricultural superintendent, present. They all recognised the great work that' Mr Richardson had done in Victoria for the wheat growers, having done more than any other...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MRS ARTHUR ASHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

MBS ARTHUR ASHTON. OA Monday, Mr McKay received word by wire that Mrs Ashton, who wag under the care of Dr. O'SulIivan at a private hospital, had died that morning after undergoing an operation. Mrs Ashton was quite a young woman and previous to marriage was Miss Elizabeth Robin son, daughter of the late Charles Robin son, of Indigo. The deceased lady was highly respected and leaves Her husband and one child to mourn their loss.

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITUARY. MR JOHN GRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

OBITUARY. MR JOHN GRAY. - On Saturday afternoon, a little after five o'clock, it was whispered around the town that Mr J. Gray, of Soles street, had been oal'ed to his last home after a short illness from heart trouble. The late Mr Gray was a bricklayer by trade, and when work was slack in liutherglen took contracts in neighbouring towns. During last week he was engaged on a ontrxct at Corowa, and not feeling well retur led home on the Friday evening. Early on Saturday morning he took a bad turn, and Dr. Bush was called in, who found Mr Gray suffering from heart troubles. Under medical treatment he rallied, and during the day there ap peared indications that he would rally, but at about five o'clock in the evening he took another bad turn, and death fol lowed quickly. Deceased came to Ruth erglen about 26 years ago, and after working as a journeyman entered into partnership with the late W. Stubbs, as building contractors, the Eutherglen Water Tower and St. Mary's Primary School bei...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Mining.—Great Southern (Joijsoja'.-— Lo^er leVel to 8Tft.; roclj bard. No.. 1 Shoot': 3$ree partiea^cutting,''driving in about saijie value ground. No. 2 Shoot: W. drive to 178ft.; last three sets better value, N. off W. to 59ft.; waBh payable. S. off E. to 44ft.: payable, and stopped ; now opened 3. off W. . PUBLIC NOTICE. WE, the undersigned, hereby agree to CLOSE our Establishments at 9 p.m. on SATURDAYS during the winter months, commencing from the 2nd MAY until the iilst of OCTOBER: Berryman & Co., II. G. Richards, L. Llewelyn, .T, Meagher, A. J. Telford, W. Burch, Geo. Barnes, Thos. Robins, John Bruckner, G(>n. Audley, E. Brown, R. 0. Hughes, ILirry O'Brien, Geo. Scott, John Burch, Ii. J. Harvie, A. P. ThomaB, W. Hine, R. C. Rich, S. Younkman and Co., F. Braybon, C. Webster, II. E. Downes, W. Cutuming, W. Bamber, J. T. Eugen, Aitken & Commins, J. T. Nevill, K. Whyte, T. B. Crameri, Mrs Dodds, J. Knowles, T. Kearnan, F. W. Layh, R. S. Bray, R. Boyd, B. Devers...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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RUTHERGLEN GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

\ RUTHERGLEN GOLF CLUB, The annual meeting of the above club vas held in the Library on Wednesday, April 15th, the President (Mr R. H. Cjl Edraondson) presiding over a fair atten bance of members. The secretary (Mr H. A. Clarkson) presented the balance sheet for the year, which showed the club to be in a very satisfactory financial position, having a credit balance of 4111 19a 103. The election of officers for the ensuing year then took place and resulted in the following:— President: Dr J. R. Harris. Vice-president: Messrs A. C. Welsh: man and R. H. Berryman. Captain : Mr "W. M'. Strong. Vice-Captain ; Mr Edmondson. Secretary and Treasurer : Mr H. A, Clarkson. , Auditor : Mr liidgar. General Committee: Mesdaraes Harr ria, Patterson, R'edley, Miss Scott ant} [ Messrs Burch, Stewart, Hedley, Burke and Webster. The subscription for the yet(.r was f^xec} the same as the previous year, via., ladies, 5s; gentlemen, 10?. Members r are notified that the links are being re novated and will ...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rutherglen Mail Time-Table RUTHERGLEN POST OFFICE Mails close at the local post office for under mentioned places as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Ruthei'glen Mail Time-Table RTTTHERGLEN POST OFFICE Mails close at the local post office for under mentioned places as follows : For Melbourne arid all places on he North Eastern Line, tvyip'e daily— a m. and 3 p.m. Arrive Mel bourne G.p.Qu 2.5 p.H)., and J1.25 p.m. For Springhurst, Ohiltern4 "Wo donga, Aibury, twice daily—8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays } J.30 q.un. _ For Corowa and Wahgunyoh— 1 p.m. and 8 p.m. daily J also Tuesday and Thursday 9.30 a.m. For 1 Great Northern, Howlong, Gooram^dda', Morris', Prentice's, Olive Hills, Great Southern, North Prentice, Emu -Plains . and Fairfield—*-3 p.m. daily. The bov at t'119 rail way station is cleared d.aily previous tp. traviti leay ing for Melbourne.' Clearances for loca\ deUvory are ma$e at 8.^5, a.Dp., and 2 p„pp. d^ily. Parcel Post ajid Registered letter mails closes minutes previous to above times Money Order Offloa oloses 1 p.m. Saturday \ other days 9 to 5 p.m. Engmsh Mail Ordinary letters, papers, pack ages ... ... ...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Correspondence. EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Correspondence. ["We do not hold ourselves responsible for the expression of our correspondent's opinions under this heading/! EARLY CLOSING. To the Editor. Dear Sir,—As one of the storekeepers . who did not sign the agreement to close on Saturday nights at 9 o'clock, I desire to eive publicity to mv views on this subject. Saturday night is one of our busiest times, more especially between 8 and 10 o'clock. Very often I find it difficult to cope with the rush of business, even with three extra hands, between those hours. Very many of my cus tomers find it impossible after finishing their housework and driving into town to gst their business finished by 9 o'clock. I am at all times anxious to study the interests of my numerous customers, and do not feel disposed to inconvenienca those who find bet\v»^n 8 and 10 o'clock the most convenient time to shop. Further, Saturday night is recognised a,s. a business night, and many people, bosides doing their shopping, meet friends from various...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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HARD ON THE LANDLORD. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

HARD ON THE LANDLORD. In the principal street ol a certain Lan arkshire country town there lived, a few years ago, an old gentleman named Turn bull, who was noted throughout the district i for his extremely choleno and steadfast imposition. Wishing to remove to a mort t'tirtd part of the town he notified his land ord that lie would quit the house he occu pied at the ensuing term. A day or two ifter the landlord received this intimation hi :«nt one of his workmen to Mr. Turnbull'f ;iouse with a paper which he desired th» •fejinni to allow to be exhibited in the win low of the mansion, intimating that th« nouse was "To Let.1' This M». Turnbull peremptorily refused to do, and on the work man venturing to mildly remonstrate with liim, he went within an aee of kicking th« poor fellow out. The landlord then visited him with the object ol persuading him to ullow the notice to be put up, but all to no purpose—he would not allow it to be dis played in the window upon any considers tion. The ...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

HOW TO CURE WORMS. '0 A common complaint la chickens after they have reached the age of one month is worms. Some poultry keepers do not realise the seriousness of this complaint, which should be taken in hand as soon as it is noticed. The cause is, as a rule, tainted water or food, or because the birds require a change of ground. The birds pre sent a languid Sal^earance, and ' be come thin, though they eat ravenously. All the affected birds should be re moved to fresh ground, and given plenty of fresh water, but no food foi twelve hours. A few drops of turpen tine in some sweet oil should be given each morning before the first meal. Stewed linseed should be added to the food, which must be nourishing. The ground should be kept scrupulously clean, and all the droppings removed, or the birds may pick the worms out and destroy their rj trhances of being curcd. A little roup powder added to the drinking water will also be found beneficial, and will help to prevent a recurrence of the co...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Health in the Home. BUNIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

Health in the Hop, BUNIONS. Rur.ions are more difficult to curt than corns, because they involve the joints. Hej'o ive usually< find. as a cause the results gf pressure of batll.v fittin«r boots ami shoes, al)(? the remedy is to rest the part and to relieve it of all undue pressure. If the bunion is very painful, try a lotion (to be used on lint covered with,oiled silk) made by mixing 2 drains or fcin.cture of arnica J with 8 ounces of water.1 .V

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 21 April 1914

recommends them to his customers, "For some time i suffered with in digestion caused by disordered liver and stomach." says Mr. g. m- Harvey Gypsum Street, Railway Town, Broken Hill, N.b.W . "The only thing that gave me relief u as Chamberlain's Tablets and I consider them unequal for disorders of the liver and stom ach i stock them in W shop and recom mend them to all of my customers ; in fact I cannot speak too highly of Chatnbsrlajn s Tablets." bold by all chemists and store keepers

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Church Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

Churoh Notices. Viticultural College. — Thig evening (Friday) at 7.80, Salvation Arnay. Services \yill be held on Sunday as under;— Roman Catholic.— No Mbbb Sunday morning. There will be Devotions j Sunday evening at 7 o'clock. Rev Father Lawless. Church ot England.—St. Stephen's.— Ruthpvglen—10. a.m., Rector's Class: 11 a.m.Morning Prayer, The Rector; :3 p.m., Sunday School; 7 p.m., Even ing Prayer, preacher ^he Rector. Anthem by (jhe choir, Corniahtown,— 2.15, Syinday School; 9 p,m., Divine 1 Service, p?eacher, Rev P. J. Edwards. Congregational, — Wahgunyah. — 11 p.ro.i Rev T. S, Williams. Rutherglen. —7 p.m., Rev T, S. WilliaiMB; topio, " The Great Choir." Lake—8 p.m., Rov Williams, Presbyterian. — Rutherglen—11 a.m., and 7 p.m., Mr Penman. Lilliput.—8 p.m., |Mr Penman. Me^hodiat, Butherglen, —- ],1 a.m.., and Y.aO p.m., Rev G. R. Neilson. Gt. Southern—7.3Q p.m., Mr Berryman, North Prentico—7.30 p.m., Mr Dennis. Nth. Boorhamun—3 p.m., Rev Neilson. Norong Central.—11 a.m., Sunday ...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

fcCHEDULE A.—(Clause 4 (b).) NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR A MINING LEASE. I the undersigned, hereby give notice | chat, within ten days from the date hereof, I will leave with the Warden of the Mining Division of Indigo, Beech worth District, an application for a Lease, the particulars whereof are hereunder set fortli :— Name in full of applicant or applicants, and style under which it is intended that the business shall be carried on.—Richard Linton for the Great Southern Quartz Pompany No Liability. Full address of each applicant. — Queen's Bridge Square, Melbourne. Supposed extent of ground applied for, and whether on or below the surface, or both, or a lode.—About 230 acres below ground. Name and address of each person 'if any) who is owner of and who is in occupation of the land, so far as the applicant has been able to loarn—F. Schlue, G. Schlue, R. Nicholson, H. McBean, Rutherglen; Ruther e'en Borough Co>»cil Committee of Manage ment of Public Park. Full description and preci...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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FIGHTING AT VERA CRUZ. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

FIGHTING AT VERA CRUZ. The first conflict between the Mexi cans and the Americans was short and sharp. It began at noon, raged throughout the afternoon, and ended when the Mexican troops fled westward. Rear-Admiral Charles J. Badger, who is in command of the American ships, arrived in the morning, landed a thousand marines, and seized the Customs office. During the operations the transport Prairie, with her light armament, shelled a number of Mexican troops, who from vantage points attempted to prevent the landing of the Americans. The Mexicans crowded the housetops, and poured n desultory fire down on the Americans, after landing. j When Rear-Admiral Badger nolifi"d the Mexican commander, General . that he would use his heavy guns if the i Mexicans did not cease shootini;, l !io Mexicans retreated, after a brisk rifle lire, and the American flag was hoisted. The resistance to the landing was un organised throughout, but few regular Mexicans being available for the purpose,

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLING. RUTHERGLEN RETAINS THE SHIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

BOWLING. RUTHERGLEN RETAINS THE SHIELD. The series of bombardments to which the local bowling club 1ms boen subjected to since capturing the " Piggin" shield on the 4th of February last ended for the present season on Wednesday last, when the attacking party . was the Wangaratta club. The weather conditions, prior to the match were not favorable, consequently the green was rather heavier than usual. The game, which was kennly contested by both sides, and which proved most enjoyable, ended in victory for the local club by eleven points. There is no doubt that the action of Mr A. A. Piggin, of Corowa, in donating the shield, has been the means of causing much greater interest in bowling through out the North-eastern district. The local club has had five wins to date, and according to the rules .governing the shield, it must bo held for two successive seasons before becoming the possession , of a club. The scores on Wednesday were as follow • Rutherglen. Wangaratta. 5th end ... 17 ... ...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRAIN EXERCISE. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

BRAIN EXERCISE. There has been serious trouble in a certain school. One of the teachers said he was no believer in the old hackneyed system of teaching. "What is wanted," said he, "is something which will make the chil dren think and reason ror them selves. Mere addition and subtraction are mechanical. In accordance with his ideas, he gave his pupils one hundred questions, of which the following is a specimen: "What is it that can go up a spout down, but cannot go down a spout up?" The 'brain-fever hospitals there abouts were full of children for weeks afterwards, and the teacher was dis missed without a character, yet the answer to the riddle was very simple —"An umbrella."

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

FOOTBALL NOTES. A meeting of the Lake Rovers' Foot ball Club was held at McKay's Rutherglen Hotel on Tuesday night. A good fvtten dance of members wore present, the chair being ocoupied by Mr G. Wilkin son, president of the club. The general business of the meeting was dealt with and clearances were grantee) to Sc.ott and D, Baker, A scratch match will bo played in Barldy Park on Saturday between Lake Rovers and Rutherglen, - Social at St. Mary's.—On Wednes day evening there was a splendid attends ance at the social hold at St. Mary's, over 40 couples being on the floor at once. Mr M. McAneney acted as M.O., and excellent music was provided by Mrs Smith and Miss Gill, frfr? Martin, the hon secretary, is to be complimented on the splendid manner in which the social w«a carried out,

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

A chemist has to listen to other people's troubles all day long, and sometimes half the night, too—it's pretty trying, and one gets very weary of it, 1 c*n tell you—and sometimes 1 get to nin down that 1 go right off my food, and the, only thing I can touch is a cup of tea. Now, provided tea is pure, and not overdrawn in the making, it is about as good a thing as you can take when you feel very tired, and there's certainly nothing that you can drink with your meals that's nicer or better for you— tea's much better even than fresh water, because to make tea the water must be boiled, which kills all the germs in it — whereas, when you drink plain water you swallow the germs alive. Robur is the purest tea that can be got, and I can recommend the No. J Grade — it really is wonderfully nice tea. The Chemist. ®/© « >S/#\S/5\fi/0 A * <2/ O'* Young Mr. Lissy (to his pretty cousin): I say, Maudie, how did my song, "Home Again From a Foreign Shore," seem to impress the company? ...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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FIRST BLOW AT HUERTA. AMERICANS OCCUPY VERA CRUZ. SHOOTING FROMHOUSE-TOPS. 200 MEXICANS KILLED, 50 AMERICANS WOUNDED. (Reuter's Telegrams). WASHINGTON, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

FIRST BLOW JIT HUERTJl. AMERICANS OCCUPY VERA CRUZ. SHOOTING FROMHOUSE-TOPS. '200 MEXICANS KILLED, 50 AMERI CANS WOUNDED. (Router's Telegrams). Washington, April 22. Tho United States has taken the first serious step towards compelling recogni tion of its demands ior an apology by Provisional President Huerta, of Mexico, Vera Cruz, the leading port of Mexico, was captured on Thursday by an Ameri can landing force after an exchange of shots. Reliable estimates of tho casualties during tho brief fighting arc impossible to obtain, but reports received up to a late hour on Tuesday tend to show that 50 Americans were wounded, and that 200 Mexicans were killed. United States does not intend to take further offensive steps at Vera Cruz for the present, unless she is forced to do so.

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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AN AUSTRALIAN RAIN-MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

AN AUSTRALIAN RAIN-MAKER. I Little did the Premiers of- New South Wales, Victoria, and South Australia think when they were wrangling the other day over the perennial Murray waters question ti.at the solution of the whole diffi culty arising from the rival claims of irrigation and navigation had been ar rived at by an officer of the Common wealth Government. This modern reader of riddles, Mr. Balsillie, the Commonwealth wireless expert, claims to have solved the problem of rain-making that has puzzled the wits of men for untold ages. For some time back it has been known that Mr. Balsillie was of the opinion that he had by means of electrical science obtained a mastery over the clouds. That, even in these days of scientific marvels, must rank as something ex traordinary. Mr. Balsillie has taken preliminary steps tcwards turning his discovery to practical use by lodging an application for letters patent for hiB rain-making devices, and it is un derstood a company is to be formed with ...

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