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RUTHERGLEN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

RUTHERGLEN LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the above society was held at the residence of Mrs Allwood on Tuesday afternoon. Present: Mesdames Allen, Williams, Edwards, Bush, Davey, Hedley, Gollings, Allwood, J. McKay, and Messrs Allen, Cumming, Hedley, Allwood, and Revs. P. J. Edwards and T. S. Williams. The Mayor (Cr Allen) was voted to the chair on the motion of Mr Allwood, seconded by Rev. Edwards. The Mayor, on taking the chair, thanked those present for the honor of presiding over the annual meeting of a society which had for its object the relieving of those who were in need of aid, and also those who were unable to provide for themselves. (Applause). The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Rev. Edwards, seconded by Mr Alhvood. Report and Balance-Sheet. The report and balance-sheet for the year ending March 31st, 1914, was read by the secretary (Mrs j. McKay), as follows:— Report. Ladies and Gentleme...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

STATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA grants LOANS ON EA8Y TERM8. up to three flfthB of valuation. ON BROAD ACRES .. £2000 to £25000 ON TOWN PROPERTIES £500 to £25000 for a term of 3 or 6 years with option of paying off a portion on any pay day. Interest 5 per cent CREDIT FONCIER LOANS up to two thirds of valuation. ON FARMS £60 to £2000. Repayable by Instalments spread over 30 years, with interest at 5 per cent. Seourity may be either Freehold, or Crown Leasehold that could be made Freehold at any time on payment of the balance of Crown Rents. koanB may be granted for the purpose of purchasing the land taken as security, or paying off existing liabilities^ thereon, paying Crown Rents, improving, developing, or" carrying on the farm, purchasing stock, machinery, etc. ON COTTAGES, VILLAS and SHOPS £50 to £1000. Repayable by Instalments spread over 19% years, with ■ Interest at 5 per cent. No Charge for Mortgage Deed. Full information on application to The Inspector General, i THE STATE SAVI...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RUTHERGLEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

RUTHERGLEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.. On Sunday there were good congre gations at each service at the Rutherulen Church. The Rev. R. Roherteon, M.A., B.D., occupied the pulpit, and delivered exceptionally good and interesting ser mons. The attractiveness of the services were greatly enhanced by tho splendid singing of the ladies' choir, severe^ of the anthems being excellent. SOCIAL EVENINGS. On Wednesday evening the anniver sary was further celebrated by the hold ing of a social evening in the Church. The evening took the form of a " ladies' night," There was a large audience present and the style of entertainment seemed popular. The church waB nicely decorated and was pleasing to the eye. Mr Penman eccupied the chair and had Rev. T. S. Williams on his left, Proceedings were opened with an anthem by the choir, followed by an address by Mr Penman. Miss Jasper contributed a solo, "The Shepherd of Love," and was wo:l received, after which the Rev. Williams delivered a...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Degree of Annoyance. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

The Dearee of Annoyance. The Kaiser, who has apparently banned the "tango," has a habit of gently tugging at his left ear when anything bothers him. One day, some years ago, when he was on a visit to England, he was handed a telegram. The contents of the message apparently displeased him, for he immediately began tug ging at his ear. The Prince of Wales, then a: small boy, watched the performance with considerable interest. 4 "Uncle," he said at length,/"why are you pulling your ear?" \ "Because I'm annoyed, I suppose," replied the Kaiser. i "And when you're very annoyed," persisted the young Prince, "what do I you do then?" "Then I pull somebody else's!" an nounced His Majesty viciously. "You're terribly severe in your re ligion, Donald. I suppose you think we're all going to perdition, and no body will be saved but you and your minister!" "I'm not so sure o' that," said Don ald, thoughtfully. "Ye Icen, I whiles hae ma doots about the minister!"

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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SING A SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

SING A SONG. If you'll sing a song as you go along Iu the face of the real or the fancied ■wrong In face of the doubt, if you'll fight it out, And show a heart that is brave and stout; If you'll laugli at the jeers and refuse the tears, You'll force the ever-reluctant cheers That theirorld denies when a coward - crlcdf " i To feive t}> the man who bravely tries; And you'll' win success with a little song— If you'll sing the song as you go along. If you'll sing a song as you plod along You'll find that the busy, rushing throng Will catch the strain of the glad re frain; That the sun will follow the blinding rain, That the clouds will fly from the blackened sky, That the stars will come out by-and bye, And you'll make new friends, till hope descends From where the placid rainbow bends. And all 'because of a little song— If you'll sing the song as you plod along. If you'll sing a song as you trudge along You'll see that, the singing will make you strong, And the heavy load, and the ...

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

In Either Case. A minister in one of the southern States of America was recently aBked j to perform the marriage ceremony by ; a young negro couple. As he had em ployed the groom for a year or two, he consented, knowing what prestige would come to the couple by reason of having been married by • a white minister. At the appointed time the happy pair arrived, and the ceremony pro ceeded. "Do you take this man for better, for worse?" the minister asked. "No, sah, ah don't," said the dusky bride. "Ah'll take him jest like he is. If he was to get any better, I's 'fraid he'd die; an' if he was to get any wuss, ah'd kill him myself." "How do you like this hat, Olive?'' a young lady asked her friend. "Charming, dear!" was the jealous reply. "I remember how pleased I 'was Vvith one like it which J had when they were fashionable three years azo!"

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

III. I It was unduly late when they en tered the conservatory, and Desdy was rather frightened by all the fnely dressed people having coffee there. When he had been washed, aiid had found fault with this 'bungler who knew so little how to get hlick of! chubby faces, he asked if th\> grand folk had "done tea yet"; and when in formed that this was dinner, the para dox kept him silent for many minuteB. "Is Lally going to have dinner, too?" "Certainly she is. Now come along, old chap, and you shall have some I thing very good." I They sat down in the restaurant, and a waiter began to serve them. Desdy was all for eating sardines by holding them up by the end of the tail and swallowing them piecemeal; he seemed astonished when Hugh cor rected him, and sat there a little pa thetically with a fish in his hand and the blue eyes wide open. "How do you do it, Hugh?" "With a fork—like this, Desdy." "But I shove it into my lap wheu 1 do that. What does the man make that row for?" "It's the g...

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

Jain T#ie Army. of those who have tested the wonderful curative virtues of Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment. It gives quick relief and speedy cure whenever applied to a burn, blister, bruise, or a pain or sore of any nature. Price, Is. 6d., and 3s. Obtainable at D. G. Hamilton's m, SUPPLY COY. Opened their New Autumn and Winter G-oods on Thursday, 2nd April. They will show a large assortment of all the very latest Dress Goods, also Trimmings to match. Ladies' and Children's Hats, Coats, Furs, Muffs, Hosiery, Underclothing, Boots and Shoes. All the G-oods are- the very Choicest, and are worn at present in Melbourne and Sydney. Opened on Thursday, 2nd April. All Men Admit That for STYLE, QUALITY and PRICE you must go to the REO BOOT SHOP FOR FOOTWEAR am] All Ladies Say That for DAINTINESS and VARIETY you can't go wrong as all. the Leading Manufac turers' Goods are to be ffot there. Repairs and Measures a specialty. Leather and Grindery Wholesale and Retail. wm GUMMING RED BOOT SHOP, RU...

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

II. A telegram -rom Bayswater hat morning nad said that Madame Patty ohane would be at home at two o clock. Hugh and Desdy were there to the minute. The house lay in a decent street off Westbourne-grcve, and was the property of a Scotch woman who let lodgings to a lim.'ted number of 1'select" tenants. This un impeachable person, spruce in a black silk dress and a white cap, opened the X?°* to —ugh's knock and said that Madame -was at home. They went up a narrow flight of stairs, and were shown into a spacious drawing-room, furnished in the fashion of fifty years ?50' Herep the old lady promised 'to let Madame know immediately »nd withdrew. She was very proud of her 'baronet," and a Scotsman, too! Desdy rather liked this room be cause of a wonderful picture of the battle of Waterloo, in which one dra goon upon a white horse cut off the head of another dragoon upon a black horse. The artist in the boy paused before a bunch of fruit in wax, and the appetite if not the approbation went ...

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

MURRAY HARDWARE STORE. 1864. RUTHERGLKN. 1864. Gr H?,03lT35v!C03Sr0-ElK, HAS FOB SALE Ironmongery (all branches), Paints, Oils and Colors, Puperhangings, Window Glass. XiEtXTL^iB—Large Stock, 1b. to 30s. All Requisites for the Farm, Vineyard and Household. English Breechloading Guns & Revolvers Arumu nn «.ll kinds for Guns, Rifles and Revolvers. Matcft and Field Cartridges, with Amberite and Sehultze Smokeless other kinds FOR CASH. ViHSmdreds ot ofefiftjiieles kept in Stock. ^s^f(^|^^i^vgi|ted and if not in A.XiX.HWS STAR HOTEL MAIN STREET, RUTHERGLEN FOB BEST ATTENTION and COMFORT NONE BUT THE BEST BRANDS OF ALES AND SPIRITS KEPT superior Accommodation. Spacious and wall-lighted Sample Room. Private Rooms for Meetings. SPORTING WIRES RECEIVED.

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

IV. They came in together, the Arch deacon with arms outstretched (as though his charity would embrace all the world, especially the feminine side of it), Hugh with a bunch of roses for her. The waiter, who had come upstairs with the message wait ed respectfully upon the landing with a delicacy which did him credit. "My dear child! God ibless you! Surely it is not forbidden upon such an occasion—and one for the dear lad. I am happy to be the first upon this happy day—the very first, is it not, Hugh?—well,then, I am glad. I rejoice from my very heart." He meant every word of it, a kind ly soul who loved to look out upon life through roseate windows. Leila had ahvays known him to be her friend, though sometimes she had doubted his courage. To-day, his .whole-hearted approbation -won upon her gratitude—and it was a real kiss that she gave him. . "Ah," she said slyly, "but you did not kiss me at Newcastle, Archdea con." He apologised for the omission handsomely. . "My dear child, where ...

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

Agents for Canada Cycle & Motor Co. Ltd' Touring Cars on Hire BRITISH BUILT "RUSSELL" C1RS guarante! DIRECT FROM THE MAKERS TO THEIR MELBOURNE WORKS, or Simplicity, Ease, Comfort, Power, Flexibility, and Climbing they are unsurpassed, nspect New Model R 4-oylinder before deciding otherwise you'll miss something good. NOTE THIS. One of our Model R RUSSELL HtRINO CARS has travelled 30,000 miles around Corowa and Ruthcrglen districts, at times on some of the worst roada in N.S.W. and Victoria, and i3 still running as well as'ever. Xoiax-iuss1 Ca,x>s on. Hlre» — Car Repairs" of every description executed by Competent Mechanics. Car Tyres and Tubes Repaired and Vulcanized on Shortest Notice. IN CYCLES WE STOCK— MASSEY-HARRIS, RED BIRD, IMPERIAL, RUBY RIM, &C., and build to order B.S.A. and Pattern and other makes from £7 10s upwards. SECONDHAND CYCLES, all makes, from £5 upwards. BRAZING, FITTING IN NEW BARS, and all other Repairs, &e, Lamps, Petrol, Oils, Grea...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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CHAPTER XII. Mother and Son. I. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

CHAPTER XII. Mother and Son*. I. Desdy liked ne taxi-cab very much, and he quite thought, as it carried him down the Strand towards Clif ford's Inn, that he would be a motor man rather than an engine-driver. At the same time he was' still anxious about "Lally," and there had hardly been an hour since they arrived in London when he had not asked for her. "Is she in one of these houses?" was his q-iestion to Hugh. The . baronet patten his little hand and told him that he would see her very soon. I "Perhaps you will see someone lse, Desdy; I'll tell you just now. We'll buy a ship as we go back, and you can sail it on the pond I shall show you. Do you remember the round pond in Kensington Gardens?" "The great big wide pond—an' the ducks. I remember that, Hugh. 1 sail ed ships there with mummy." "Then you shall sail them again— perhaps with her, Desdy. Now, just be a good boy and take care of this ca'b while I am away. I sha'n't .be long, old chap, and don't you be afraid; no one will hu...

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

BEREAYEMENT THANKS. MR A. ASHTON and FAMILY dc9ire to tender their sincere THANKS to their many friends for ex pressions of sympathy, floral tributes and kindnesses receivnd during their recent sad bereavement. IN MEMORIAM. SWAN.—In sad but loving memory of my dear husband and our father, John Swan, who died April 24th, 1913, at " Aberfoj'le," Rutherglen. Friends may think we have forgotten, At times when we may smile ; They little know the aching heart, That smile hides all the while. " Dear Daddy." —Inserted by hiB loving wife and children, Vernon aud Gladys.

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

Professional Nurses throughout Australasia TESTIFY TO AND RECOMMEND TONIC NUR8B ENDRES, of Burbon Street, Bundaberff (Q.)> writes: " I was so ill I longed for the hour when I would be at peace." Read her letter: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until (wo yeari ago I followed my profession of LADIES NURSE, residing then at Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOT AL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by several doctors, but grew worse, and becamc so low and suffered so much that I despaired of ever being well again; in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR; and. indeed." I ONLY LONGED"FOR THE HOUR WHEN I WOULD BE AT PEACE. "A friend, who was most per sistent in her efforts, finally made me trv Clementi Tonic, AND IT PROVED MY SALVATION. Four bottles saw me up and about, and now, although well advanced in years, I am strong and active, and well able to look after the business 1 have. I ATTRIBUTE THAT ENTIRELY TO CLEMENTS TONIC, AND WOULD BE PLEASED IF YOU WOULD MAKE USE OF THIS LE...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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SOMETHING ABOUT DOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

SOMETHING ABOUT DOLUS Dolls are not a modern Invention by any means. Away back before the Christian era, in the valley of. the Nile, the children played with their toy habies, and long before the Eng lish people had emerged from their primitive home in the German forests, Grecian and Roman youngsters nursed • these "imitation" children. A writer In an American paper, referring to the antiquity of dolls, says that those which were in use among the children o£ the ancient Egyptians were made of yyopd, -and might be mistaken for mo - dera figures. "Undoubtedly they were dressed by the Egyptian girls as our girls nowadays anjoy dressing their dolls. There were even some the hands and feet of which could be moved by means of strings. Others, made of painted wood, were very im perfect in form, and,had strings of jihads instead of hair. In the museum of Leyden there is an ancient toy thai looks as though it had been bought at a Christmas fair. There were figures of animals with movable mou...

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

Here's a Pljotograpl(er in your Town. . . '-o N THALMA, Main Street^ t

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AFTER EIGHTY YEARS. A Love Story of Real Life [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

AFTER EIGHTY YEARS. A Love Story of RtaJ Uftr;_ Eighty years ago, two young peo ple—John Bundren and Rose Maguire, of Tate Springs, Mass., U.S.A.—plight ed their troth in light-hearted defiance of their respective families' opposition. Rose had emigrated to America with her parents, who promptly sent her back to England to stop young Bun dren's matrimonial ideas. The loss of his sweetheart made her lover reck less,and he left Tate Springs to plunge into the excitement of the Californian gold-mining rush. Many years passed, and fortune smiled on John Bundren. He amassed wealth, and returning to Tennessee, bought the estate which held the spot where lie and Rose Maguire had vow ed eternal fidelity. Her family all died or dispersed to other places in course of time. John, at 102 years of age, was a handsome old man, active and well-preserved, and to him Rose Ma guire was still the only love of his life. He wrote to her, and found she had kept single for his sake; John proposed marriage...

Publication Title: Rutherglen Sun And Chiltern Valley Advertiser
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A STORY OF TWO SWEETHEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rutherglen Sun and Chiltern Valley Advertiser — 24 April 1914

A §TORY OF TWO SWEETHEARTS. They had to conceal their love. The parent? were against the match, and eo they had to carry on the usual secret love-making. They selected un wonted hours and extraordinary places in which to walk and talk. ... One afternoon- they had met by a pre-arranged accident, and they were going for a walk in the suburbs. They came up a quiet street, and found a vfrole row of carriages waiting ap parently tor a funeral. The proces sion was just starting, and as they ar rived a cabman most politely took off his hat and waved them into a cab. They did not hesitate. They stepped to, the door was closed, and away they went. They had a blissful time. The fu neral went on. The ceremonies over, they were shown into the cab again, pollto caUmtviv acltod Yrliorc he should drive them. He was told, and they were taken back into town. ''Whose funeral was it?" asked the young lady's friend, to whom the story had been told. "We didn't know; we don't know flow; but It was just p...

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

OYSTER SOUP. In:;rcdieiits 3 doz. oysters , 1 pin! milk, or 1 gill cream ; 1 blade nace ; 1 teaspoon anchovy sauce ; 1 teaspoon lemon juice ; 3 pints fish stock ; 2oz. butter ; 2 oz. flour ; J lemon (rind) ; Cayenne popper ; salt. Method.—Beard the oystern, put the beards into a saucepan with stock, •nace, and lemon rind, and boil half in hour, strain through a fine uieve ■or muslin ; melt butter in an ena melled saucepan, add flour, cook one minute, add the stock, stir till boil ing, remove from fire, add the milk or cream, lemon juice, cayenne and anchovy sauce ; put the oysters into \ gravy strainer, and hold in boiling water or stock for five seconds, place •n soup tureen, and pour the soup over them.

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