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THE CHURCHES ON THE CREASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
THE CHURCHES ON THE CREASE. A matcb will be played on the Recreation Reserve ("weather per mitting of course) to-morrow after noon between teams representing tbe churches on east and west side of the river. Play starts punctually at 2.30, and . the ladies, as usual, will dispense tbe cheering and re freshing afternoon beverage. The teams will be selected from the fol lowing:— Trinity and St. Joseph's.—Father; Armstrong, J.'M'Namara O'Shea, M. Danaher, G. Seamark,M.Walsh, H. Smith, E. Abbott. J, Proud, J. Treganowan, R. Thomson, Maude, A. Buttler,- M. O'Dea. B. ThurHng, G. Carwardine and Welsb. - ! St. Andrew's and Methodist.— I H. Walters, W. and E. E. Carter, A. C. and E. Brown, F. and A. Wafker, A. and J. D. M'Kenzie, W. Barkliimb, J. Parker. D. S. M ICinnon S. Pender, A. Munro, M'Lure, G. Runge and J. Clark.
Annual Sports. WARRENRAYNE. OFFICE-BEAREFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
Annual Sports. WARRENRAYNE. Ol'KlCE-BKAREFS. President : - Mr. W. James. Vice-Tre SIDENTS: Messrs. Jos. Coisb and T "Robinson. Secy and TreaS , Mr. Jhs. Ward'e. ' CommiTT e:—Messrs. H. Fraser. H. Steen.C. H: Langtree, K. Hriggs, A. Hey wood, J. Bowen.'P. Wardle, W. Hopkins. juur., A. Cope man, J. Mackay, R. Escieet, H. Rouse, Joe Wardle, J lin Wardle, 'junr., W. Briggs.aud W. Steeu. :-This fixture ■ on New Year's Day isjthe Benalla Shire's one attrac tion, and a good number avail themselves of the pleasant trip by road to the hilly repior s where the zone of heaven is inhaled in its purest form. The genial secretary, Mr Jas. Wardle, who undertook the onerouB duties for the first time, proved a worthy officer. and was well supported by an active commit tee. The gate takings totalled j£l4, Is. A most enj ivable day was spent Following are the de tails of the programme of sports:— 1. Local Log Chop (six miles radius of Warrenyayne PostOffi-e, six months resident, and not having won mor...
Cricket. BENALLA v. RUTHERGLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
Cricket. / BENALLA v. RUT HERGLEN. • A team representing the Ruther glen district, and including a bats man of metropolitan fame .like W Sul ivan, visited Benalla. on New Year's Day and had a most enjoy able outing. A good turf wicket had been prepared. Benalla were the first to go out to bat, and de spite an all-round change of good truudlers ran the score to 191 runs before the last ^ wicket -fell. A. Brown played' an exceptionally valuable iiipings for'67 tuns,Father Armstrong . (28), _Proud/>,(24), and M'Namara"(12) being the other bats^ men to get into double figures. Richardson bowled with deadly effect, his six wickets costing a total of only 21 ruus. Beualla were for! tunate to see Sullivan retire with 45 to his credit, being well caught by Walters (wicket keeper) cff E. Brown's hot bowling. Martin played a lively innings for 48 when he fell a victim to Eric Brown. The stumps»were drawn when the game stood at 9 wickets for 164 runs. E. Brown came out of the bowling averag...
SWANPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
SWANPOOI,. "The best day I have had for a long time" was the general verdict of the patrons of Swanpool sports committee on 28th ult., and the officials have every reason to be gratified with the result. The ener getic and efficient secretary, Mr. M. O'Callagban, reports that, notwith standing the bad season through | which the community bad passed, the takings at the gate were con siderably ahead of last year, an j encouraging factor in the arrange ment of future programmes. The dance at uigut passed off quite as successfully as the daylight 'events. Following are the results of the various contests:— Sheffield Handicap-W. Brown 1; W \Ve&lt;t"n 2 • . ; • Youths Sliiffirld—F, Hammond, T. Nev mm 2 I.og"Ch p—R Escreet 1, B. Nolan, Myrrhee, 2. » Open Hunters—H. J. Gidtiey's Vulcan 1, D. Heaney 2. Maiden Hunters —\V. Stewart and W. Archer d«-a&lt;l heat Pony Hunters—J. Colter's Rony 1, Miss Oidiiey's Mickey Free 2. , BerdinK Race— I*. M'Ulroy. Throwing'at Wicket—F. Hrown...
Our Duty in Relation to th War. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
Our Duty in Relation to th War. At the intercessory service hel&lt; at St. Andrew's Church on Sundj evening, the Rev. A. C. M'Counat delivered a stirring address o> Christianity aud the War. and Ou Duty in Relation to the War. Th&lt;. rev. gentleman pointed out in . th beginning that Christianity. was ,1, religion of peace which condemm-i everything in the way of a warlikt spirit. But it did not'.wish u indulge in a wholesale, indiscripti nate condemnation of war,' f.ull> recognising that a true and lasting peace could only be obtained through -conflict. , The preacbei referred to the manifesto issued b> the Society of Friends at/home They were regarded as. *'a peace a1 any price people." This Sociel \ fully recognised ihe absolute justice of the war, and were quite in accord with the rest of the people! In touching upon theirduty in relation to the war, the preacher dealt .first with the snbject of recruiting. He pointed out as a very staking thing in conne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
"Natura" Home Treatment for Women and Girls. Will ladies kindly note that the next visit to Benalla of the lady representa tive of the "Natura" Health Co., Mel bourne, will take place on TUESDAY 26th JANUARY, 1915, when she may be seen at the Benalla Hotel from 10 to 6.30 p.m. Ladies in ill-health are strongly advised to consult her and learn how good health may be restored to you by means of the wonderful "Natura" Home Treat ment, that has cured so many thousands of women and girls of troubles peculiar to their sex. The consultation will cost them nothing, and may save them years of unnecessary pain and misery. Meanwhile send 2d. postage for free Health Guide for Women and Girls to Dept. BEI, " Natura" Health Co., 49 Elizabeth , Street, Melbourne, i Only Victorian Address ...;
LAW F[?] TO NEWS PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
LAW FEl/TlftG 70 K£«J PAPERS. I 1. Subscribers who do na express notice to the contr ryarJg considered as wishing to CoN'mnr | their subscription. i - 2. If subscribers order the dis continuance of their periodicals., il ^ publisher may continue to send tic:'J until Arrears are paid. j, 3. If subscribers refuse or negbiSj to take periodicalstrom the officci J which they are directed, theyir|| Responsible until they have setfe|| :als to be discontinued. ,vse 4. If subscribers remove to o>i* places without informing thep;$ • Ushers, and the papers are setups heir former direction, th; s:.% cribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decldto l "refusing to take periodicalsfrcJ? the office, or removing or leavi£* them uncalled for, is prima iac|g evidence of intentional Fraud." Ij 6. If subscribers pay in adva;. If for a periodical, they are bound ' give Notice to the publisher at t end of the time that they do wish to continue taking it, wise the publisher is authorised ^-3 send on,...
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Attached pleas? find letter from Mr, Harper. I shall be obliged if you will read same and return to ine at your earliest con venience. I am always willing to reply to argument, but not to abuse.— ■Yours, HUGH HULL. [We have read correspondence re.erred to, and say that the figures quoted appear above what purports to be Mr, Harper's signature.— -Ed. Indp't.]
OBITUARY. MRS. J. HORSBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 8 January 1915
OBITUARY. MRS. J. HORSBURGH. An old resident of the distric!p| Mrs. J. Horsburgh, wife of Mr &nbsp; Horsburgh, of Swanpool, died on &nbsp; 3rd inst from heart failure which &nbsp; supervened on cerebral embolism Dr. Nish attended the sufferer, but the patient was beyond human help. Mrs. J. Sullivan, of Benalla, is a member of the family of deceased &nbsp; The funeral took place on Mon day, the place of interment being the Benalla cemetery, where Rev &nbsp; R. O. Cook officiated. Mr- A E Abbott being the undertaker. &nbsp; &nbsp;
LAW FELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 January 1915
LAW F.fU-TlRG TC R"t\! PAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do nu express notice to the contr ryi cc-usid'-ied as wishing to Contik their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the c continuance of their periodicals,: publisher may continue to send tt until Arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or negl to take periodicals from the office which they are directed, they].; Responsible until they have sett ;als to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to ot. places without informing the p: Ushers, and the papers are sent;, btir former direction, the s" cribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided t. "refusing to take periodicalsfr the office, or removing or leav them uncalled for, is prima f; evidence of intentional Fraud." 6. If subscribers pay in adva for a periodical, they are bourn give Notice to the publisher at end of the time that they do wish to continue taking it, oti wise the publisher is authorise send on, and the subscriber wit J responsible unless an express r I and pa...
Trunk Telephone [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 January 1915
Trunk Telephone Iu connection with tlie trunk tel.! phoue, tlie following rates to be charged for conversation tween Benalla and other towns cod uected:— Between 3a.ni.&7p.m. 7p.m.itSs,j First Add. First A,l, ?miu. 3 tnin. * ' ■ Melbourne ... Seymour Euroa Violet Town Baddagiiinie • Winton Glenrowaii Warigaratla Cliiltern SpringUurst ... WodoDga Beecliwortli ... Wahgunyali ... Rutlierglen ... Nooramutiga Gooranibat ... Devenish Tlioona Bunged West St. Jauics l.elte Rowan... Tuiiganiali .. Williy Telford Yarrawongn ... Slieppartou . Dookie Tallttcgalta ... Alhury Corotva MuUvala IJertigan 1 /to 1/4 10(1 1/ 9,1 6-1 6(1 5.1 4.1 3(1 3d 3d 2d 2(1 2,1 2(1 2d 2.| 2(1 -2d 2,i &lt;!d - 2d 1 4,1 6d 4(1 «l 6d 4(1 1 / 9d 6d 6d 4,1 1 > 9d 6d 0,1 6d 4&lt;1 ■}.' 2d 2d 7.1 • • 2d 2d 3d 3d f-' 5(1 4(1 4.' 3d 4.1 4*1 3d 4.1 'Id 3d 4,1 6d 5(1 4(1 6d 5(1 4,1 8(1 6d 4,1 8f] 6d "1-1 1/10 1/4 10(1 1/10 1/4 lli,l 1/4 1/ 8,1 1/ 9d 6,1 1/ 9&lt;1 6,1 Sd 6(1 4,1 '/ 9d 6,1
Japanese Thankful. REMOVAL OF WOOL EXPORT PROHIBITION RELIEVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 January 1915
Japanese Thankful. RISMOVAJVOF WOOL EXPORT PROHIBITION RELIEVES. Mr. W. A Holman, thePremier, lias despatched from Mr. J. B. Suitor, New South Wales .Coin'.' mercial Commissioners in the East, staling that he is in rectipt of letters and cablegrams of thanks from the leading woollen mills in Japan forihe removal of prohibit ion against the export of wool fruni Australia.. Japan evidently regarded the prohibition very seriously, for on November 3UMr. Snttor wrote to the Premier in the following leim.s —" Quite' a consiernntion was caused amougst the woollen mills in Japan on receipt of the news, that the Commonwealth million ie.« intended to prohibit the c-xpoit of wool to Japan. . Should such' an event take place it would give tliis ollice a great blow from the fact that we have so divert!cl attention to Australia that any prohibition would hit the woolUu mills and vested interests very haid. In such a case the local mills would have to look to America and Aigen tiua for their requi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 January 1915
"riniE DESIRE 0£. ALL J. NATIONS." BY TASTOR KUbVKLL. Test: "I will shake all nation;, and tlic rtcsire of all peoples shall come."—(Haggai ii. 7). • He began witli (lie declaration that the Only proper contentment is that \yliich ls pombincd with godliness, and which sees from the Scriptural standpoint, the Divine Power able to correct the dillieultics which *s>ail mankind. Thus instructed, the godlj believer is able to appropriate, to himself the Divine promises of providential caie, and consequently can be content with con ditions which are not satisfactorj. Referring to a class calling themselves Christian Socialists, these well-meaning iouIs, he said, perceive the situation ana the need. They say, "Yes; the world should be-socially transformed. Its riches should flow- everywhere for the general refresh ment of mankind as a whole." ihis class philosophises on what God surely would, and surely -would not, approve amongst men, and then declares that all Christians ■hould immedi...
THE Benalla Independent. PUBLISHED ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS "Stands close to all But leans on none." TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1915 Local and General News. At Last. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 January 1915
TH£ Benaila UtitixMitM. putllai'.hi) os Tijksdavs and Fkidavs MStn:i*!s close to all But leans on uouc." TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1915 Local and General News. At Last. The tender of \V. P. Leonard, Catuberwell, at ,£2SS 2s. has been accepted by the Public Woiks Department for the erection of a pavilion classroom, fencing and other work at the Higher Elemen tary school. Changs of Half-Holiday. | " It seems strange to find the business places shut on a Saturday night," This observation may be taken as an inter-relation of the general opinion expressed or other wise on the alteration of the half holiday from Wednesday to-Satur dry, with the resultant requirement on the part of the storekeeper, &c , to keep open on Friday evenings tii! nine o'clock. Like a!l hoary customs, the Saturday business dies hard, but in the course of time housewives and business folks will come to wonder why the chv.it;e was not tfficlvd at a much earlier date. Humanity can adapt itself to most circumstance...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 January 1915
THE BEST IN THE WORLD *Ho 5 lb Parcel INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES "The (kits House" Removal Notice Sale '&lt; I' r . &lt;. |&lt; Saturday Next Deer. 5., In ow Pioini «-s JKlj1 iuiiiy HrtnUla . . . . Willie. TuriilitiU & Co. Big R.'inciioii-i Co'hinfr Mercer\' & Boots; I.' die.-' « ml Chil'lren'i- Uitrl- rwear Mmicheflier and Drt'Fsef". "The White House," Opposite Watts, Turnbull & Co., Bridge Street. There Ain't Nothin' to Argue About. Q. Ledger Is the Place to Buy Your lei GIFTS Year rii-lrsof II Deb crip ions ;-i i&lt;1 Prices, o >uii »>! Purses. Bandits, Ntcklets, Brouihes, Rii g-, Wiisil 1 Wit u lies, Bi uslnvare, Hand Mirrors, Manicure Sets, Hand-Bsgs, Ennni. Bullous ami Links, Silver Bags Gold Lin's, I.rrkHf, Gold Alheits, 5-ha\irg Sets, Snfciy Razors, Miiilt ry Brushes, Flasks, Wtillels Diamond Rings. A l ice display. Uuhcnttn outside the City. Engagement mid Gem Kings, Choice Designs and exquisitely mounted in Pla...
Correspondence. GAS V. ELECTRICITY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 January 1915
Correspondence. GAS V. ELECTRICITY. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—I have read Mr Hugh Hull's letter in your last issue; nlso the editor's foot note. I beg to state tint it isnot a satisfactory answer to my direc( challenge to -Mr Hull in asking him to prove the following-statement, which, be attributed to Mr H. R Harper, i.e.,";:'.. , A supposedly 50 c.p. gaslight, with modern inverted innnllc, con sumed 4 feet of gns per hour. I say supposedly on Mr M. R. Ilnrp er's (Melbourne City i.i)>litiiiK ' Engineer/authority, not my own. I again challenge .Mr Hull to pro duce that statein.'lit (.xictly as it stands, word for word, in Mr Harp ; er's let'er. : Now. Sir. as in uiager i of tils Li i-> C i. and as til;; suppos'd ! .statement.(^iyetu abovi) is abso lutely incorrect, it not having rbeiih'tiwle.'by Mr H irper, I claim. ! in the: interests'of consumers, com I'piiny. at/d myself. I have, a perfect j i'uht to .'.challenge .it—a.t the risk of •>li being -termed abuse"—I now !h»k, Sir,"wi...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Independent — 12 January 1915
Wedding. McKEE—BHENNAN At St. Patrick's Church, Wan garatta, oa Wednesday, January 6th a very pretty wedding was cele brated, the bridegroom being the second son of Mr. and Mrs. R. McKee,Btoomgton, Gippsland, nnd the bride Miss Mary Breuuau, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M P. Brennan, Glenrowan. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned in ivory silk crepe- de-chine, trimmed with Malines lace and pearls, fish tail train lined with piuk tulle. Her veil was. embroidered tulle sur mounted with wreath of orange blossom. She wore a gold Nellie Stewart bangle and a diamond ring, gifts of the bridegroom, and carried a bouquet of water-lilies, heath and maiden-hair fern. There were'two bridesmaids, Miss Pauline Brennan sister of the bride, and Miss Kit McKee, sister of the bridegroom, The bridesmaids were dressed in apricot crepe-de-chine, trimmed with posies of autumn flowers; first bridesmaid wore a gold cable bracelet and the second aquamarine necklet, gifts of bridegroom...