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WOMAN'S WORLD. SECRET ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
WOMAN'S WORLD. SECRET ENGAGEMENTS. It is curious what a secretive ten dency some girls exhibit in their love affairs. It seems that the more deeply and truly people care for each other, the less they desire to call the world to come and gaze upon the spec tacle of their devotion. But there is a very happy medium indeed between that and carrying 011 a love affair in secret. Some girls— more especially very young girls— have a romantic idea that it is de lightful to keep from those in author ity the knowledge that they have told someone ue has their love. But let me say here that parents ought a£'once to be informed of a pro posal of marriage, and their' consent asked, or else 110 engagement can be entered upon. A man with any sense of honor will wish at once to go to those who have the authority, and ask for their con sent, in such a case. ' He never tries to hide the matter, even if it be for the greater enjoyment o£ secret understanding between him and the girl he hopes to make his...
A PERFECT WOMAN. What She Should Measure. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
A PERFECT WOMAN. What She Should Measure. If any woman wishes to know if she is a perfect specimen of her sex she has only to apply to the rules laid down for ascertaining the fact, and figure out results. First as to height; tastes differ, but the Medicean Venus is 5ft. 5in. in height, and this is held by many sculptors and artists to be the most admirable stature. For a woman of 5ft. 5in. 1381b. is the proper weight, and if she is well formed she can stand another 101b. without greatly showing it. When the arms are extended she should measure from tip of' middle finger to tip of middle finger just 5ft. 5in., exactly faer own heiight. The length of her. hand should be just, a tenth of that, of her foot just a seventh, and the diameter of her chest a fifth. From the thighs to the ground she should measure just what she measures from the thighs to the top of her head. The knee should come exactly midway between the thigh and the heel. The distance from the elbow to the middle finger ...
Cluck! Cluck! [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
Cluck! Cluck! Mrs. Hen was in tears; one of her! little ones had been sacrificed to make j a repast for the visiting clergyman, j "Cheer up, madam," said the roos ter .comfortingly. "You should rejoice; that your son is entering the minis try. He was poorly qualified for a lay member, anyway." Some people come to gri&f and some wait for it to overtake them.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
Alston s New Gearless Ball Bearjngs ■ Throughout 8 All Moving Ports | enclosed in Oust- | proof Case, and 8 Run in Oil 1 Over 30.000 § ALSTON" E MilU in u*c g NO ATTENTION REQUIRED8 j Expert aiit ic? & Catalogues Free on application ft iJ.&snss Alston f Queen's Bridge, MELBOURNE* J rmuramT craa Hj&lt; *M». U«r iad KUutTTmMtaj Quirk Uker?, Internal Qrovthi. tH «cd SH per bottle. Qcalitx ■wt Starts. BBS 8? A. PALMER, &lt;?/i Flintier# Lane, Melbourne. 1 Maatton thl» pa.?«r. By Appointment New Pharmacy: 2P0 Bourke 8k BRANCH PHARMACY: Importers of Air Beds and Cushions, Enema*, Silk Elastic Stockings, Bandages, Galvanic . Batteries, Abdominal Belts, Trusse*, and Surgical Appliances generally. Send for Price List—Forwarded Post Free. ORDERS BY POST .promptly attended to and . despatched 011 day ot "receipt. 280 BOURKE STREET 111 COLLINS 8TREET, MELBOURNE. F9 Safeguards from Winter's Ills Many Children who thrive in Summer are retarded in their healthy deve...
A CORRECTION. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
A COHHECTION. To the Editor. Sir,—Kindly allow me to cor rect a mistake in your report of the last meeting of the Tambo Shire Council. Cr Ross is report ed as*™saying that he originated the movement for the repeal of the Lands Acquisition Act. This is not correct as the matter was initiated by myself, and the first deputation to Mr Billson was ar ranged on my motion, and it was clearly understood in our council that another deputation was to be arranged as soon as there was another Minister of Railways in Mr Billson's place. The motion to arrange the last deputation was moved by Cr Ross while Mr Billson was still Minister of Rail ways. -Yours &c., C. B. IRVINE. Nicholson, 24/7/14.
BUGHAN PBONIC RACES' WEISHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
BUGHAN PBONIC RACES' WEISHTS. The following are the declared weights for the Buchan Picnic Races, to be held on Thursday, August 6th:— Picnic Cop, 1 jnile. St. lbs Botany Bay 12 10 Sir Quist II 5 Repute II 0 Lazy Jqhn ... 10 10 Digness 10 7 Spider 10 7 Conant's Queen 10 0 Novelty Pony Race, 4J£ Fnrlongs. Digness II 9 Nellie 10 5 Jennie Blake 9 12 Rudest 9 8 The Whip ... 9 5 Bonnie Jean 9 3 Trial 9 0 T. S. Kay Stakes, 7 Fnrlongs. Botany Bay 12 12 Sir Quist . ... II 7 Repute II 7 Digness 10 12 Touchit 10 12 Lazy John ... .10 9 Olivernitus... 10 5 Spider io 5 Conant's Queen 10 2 Member's Race, 6 Fnrlongs. Haimes ... 13 0 Touchit' ii 7 Lazy John ... ii 0 Olivernitus ... 10 7 Spider 10 7 |Maiden Plate, 5 Fnrlongs. Spider II 0 Peter II 0 Miss Fancy 10 0 Trial ' ... 10 0 District and Open. Hack Races post entry. The summer isles of the summer sea Gleamed gay in the waters blue, But the heart of the man was ill at ease, And his face was of pallid hue. But his soul revived when a boat arrive...
THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER I. A Midnight Messenger. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
? THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. • By FRED M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Ward, ■Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER I. A Midnight Messenqer. Everard Gilray struggled to be free. What did this outrage mean? Who was this ragged, seedy fellow, who had thus dared to attack him on his own doorstep on the stroke of twelve? And this was not some slum in the East End—it was the respectable, dull, decorous Harley-street. Gilray had slipped his Yale key in the front door, the polished mahogany portal stood open showing the luxury and comfort and elegance of the hall in the dim, shaded electric light when this ragged nomad had emerged from the sha dows and gripped him by the shoul der. A beggar no doubt, some impudent fellow relying on the lateness of the hour and the stillness of the street to enforce a demand for alms. Gilray turned fiercely upon him, his left shot out and the rullian staggered' under the force of the blow. The street outside was abso...
The Times. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
The Times WEDNESDAY; JULY 2(j; 104 : ; In resp'otisft id a. communication frem intending b'eet growers in ~ ihis district/ Mr J.- Cameron,; . :,L, M.L.A.y has replied that he would ■ ■ * do all he could, to assist in having a ramp placed at the Mossiface - railway . station.- " In the opinion J bf Mr Cameron there is nothing } like the rich river flats to grow 4 beet. Miss Cameron; who Has been first assistant on the staff at the Bruthen State school for the past three years, has been transferred to Fitzroy. During her terni here, Miss Cameron has proved her self' an excellent teacher, and, thanks to her efforts* the infant : rpom occupies the foremost posi tion of any in this inspectoral district. Just prior to her leaving ' the school yesterday afternoon, a pleasant Ceremony was enacted. Miss Zetta Green, one of the old er pupils presented Miss Camer . on with a silver inkstand, toilet Jf . bottle and tram ticket case, which - J'.- had been subscribed by the r children, and in doi...
What Dyspeptics Should Know. Physicians Timely Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
What Dyspeptics Should Know. Physicians Timely Advice. The fact that few dyspectics really understand the cause of their trouble is probably the rea son why drugs are still used to such an alarming extent. The practise is wrong, howtever, and is strongly condemned by many physicians. 1 The presence of excess acid in the stomach is the cause of prac tically all forms of digestive trouble, and this can be neutralis ed and be rendered harmless by the occasional use of ordinary bisurated magnesia—a product which can be obtained of any chemist. Physicians use bisurat ed magnesia themselves as well as recommend it to their patients, because they recognise that it not only overcomes dangerous stomach acid and thus ensures easy digestion, out by its use no harmful drug is introduced into the system and therefore there can be no unpleasant after-effects. Half-a-teaspoonful taken in a lit tle water after meals is usually quite sufficient to keep the food contents of the stomach free from ferm...
ROMAN CATHOLIC BALL. £42 Netted. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
SOMAN CATHOLIC BALL. 242 Netted. The above was held in the. Ap pollo bail/ Bruthen,- on Wednes day and Thursday evenings last, and passed off most successfully. There was a large attendance from all parts of this and sur rounding districts on both even ings; The hali was'nicely decor atedj and contrasted beautifully with the dresses worn by the ladies. At the interval the first evening a sumptuous repast was partaken of in the diningroorri of | the Bruthen Inn, where the tables literally groaned under the weight of good things provided by the lady folk of. the church. Payne's orchestra, from Balrns dale, provided good music each evening, and trippers of the light fantastic indulged in the Ter pischorean art until the " wee sma" hours Mr G. E. Fowler performed the duties of M.C. The whole of- the arrangements were in the hands of Messrs Tal bot, Colquohoun and Coleman, ss secretaries, and they are to be complimented for the magnifi cent success the function proved to be. . The follow...
PARENTS WHO KEEP YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
PARENTS WHO KEEP YOUNG. Parents sometimes have one idea which they found good in their youth, and despite passing years and changes in manners and circumstances they will try to enforce their views always upon their children, even when these are grown up.. Nothing keeps par ents so young as keeping pace with the new thoughts and ideas that come with every new generation, and they will increase their children's love and respect by allowing them to hold opin ions worth considering.
WOMEN'S TIDINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
WOMEN'S TIDINESS. [ ' Women are certainly more accurate than men. Young girls are tauglit early in life that neatness in folding clothes and carefulness in putting away dolls and other toys are most necessary. Boys, on the other hand, are raely brought up on these lines; they are allowed to fling clothes and toys where they think fit, and their sisters are trained to pick up these things and put them in their right places.
DON'TS." [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
DON'TS." Don't use the eyes when they are tired or weak from illness. Don't face the light when reading or sewing. Don't neglect to bathe the eyes before retiring, so as to remove any dust that may bave gathered on the lids during the daj^ Don't allow a cold, raw wind to strike the eyes. Don't try to get a cinder out of the eye by rubbing the injured orb; rub the other eye. Don't sleep too much or too little; too much sleep weakens the eyes, too litle fa tigues them. Don't wear your hair always in the same style; a change of method is beneficial to the hair, and to let it fall losely about the shoulders is an excellent plan at times. Don't follow fashion blindly in re gard to coiffure if you would have ar tistic proportions and bring out the best expressions of the face. Don't part the hair in the middle if you are iround-faced and chubby; this only emphasises the disc-like appearance. Don't get into the habit (quite an easy one to fall into) of frowning. It causes the face to becom...
GETTING THE RIGHT SPIRIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
'GETTING THE RIGHT SPIRIT. Never refuse a chance to laugh. ;I£ you are in doubt that it will do you much good.it will very certainly rouse someone else to unexpected bright ness. When things worry you and depress you, leave them for a time, get into the right spirit, and you ■•will do your work much better. Tf you do not smile or-laugh about your work you are missing a great deal of cheer that is as necessary in working hours as at any other time.
The Harder Job. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
The Harder Job. A writer sought local color while in Glasgow by haunting the clocks. There he fell into conversation with a bargeman who consumed great dif ficulties of liquor. "You drink a good bit of whisky, don't you?" asked the author. "Naethiing tae speak o'," said the other. "About how much a day?" "Oh, nae mair nor a quart." ""Why," protested the author, "I couldn't drink that much water in a day." "An' I wadna dare try it," said the bargeman. He: Do you think it possible for a man to love two women? .She: Not if either Of them should find out.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 29 July 1914
Bad Health, One of the most general causes &lt;jf bad health is the inefficient action &lt;jf the Sidneys and the liyer. It is tl\e function of . the kidneys and liver to deal with certain waste poisons which are being continuously manufactured in our bodies, and, when the kidneys and liver are inactive or diseased, these waste poisons remain in the sys tem, and cause us to suffer from rheu matism, gout, neuralgia, lumbagb, back-ache, sciatica, blpod-disordfrp, anaemia, indigestion, biliousness, jp'jfi dice, sick-headaqhe, generaj debiity, gravel, stone and bladder troube's. The reason tfiat Warner's Safe Cire has prpved so effective in the abive mentioned complaints is that the medi cine heals and restores the kidreys and liver to health and activity wien the uric acid and other waste poieps are duly expelled "from the' bfly through the. natural channels, J Wflrngr's S_afe, Cure is sold by cfym. ists and storekeeper, bptli iji the pag inal (5/-) bottles and in the c...