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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

Cream! - Cream ! E. A. BENNETT, PROPRIETOR iNathalla Butter Factory* DESIRES to let the Farmers and Dairymen of Nathatia and surrounding district know that he has opened the Nathalia Butter Factory and is prepared to to receive Cream in any quantity, and will pay top price and guarantee (air results All Customers Cordially Welcomed Send your faded, shabby cos tume to be treated by the famous Lawrence process, which. give* a new leaie of life to garmeaU that otherwiis weuld be do carded. No one but yourielf will knew that the tery smart dress you get back ha* merely been - cleaned, renovated or. dyed-—' it looks like new I - The elfcctjs surpriimg—the coit distinctly low. NORTHCOTE PRZKt my tnktet: " Tie Ari #/ living dt tailed coitt *nd ikiwt'ttg by pictures And dtsctif Hems the new frectzs grated Mi my narks. Send, ftt « cefy Agent—Curran & Co. Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Travellers REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL « 'FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A RE...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

TO ALL THE AUSTRALIAN STATES I Letters—For every |oz. or under o r Post Cards—Starnpen on Cards — o I Letter Cards to1 New South' Wales South Australia, Tasmania, Queensland, West Australia, New Zealand and Fiji ... o i - Packets, Books, . Newspapers, ' Registration Kce, same as tor places within Victoria. Parcel Post—For every yarcel pi lib. or under — .« _ a 8 Kach additional lib. or under (up to tilb.) ... _ _ _ o 6 Parcels Post Within Victoria. Limit weight 11 lb, Limit of size 3(t 6in in length, or 61 in . girth and length com bined. Postage (to; be prepaid: by stamps)— i lb or under 6d; each cxtra llb 3d. The stamp to be afixed "to an adhesive label to be obtainable to any post office which, label will be attached to the parcel qy the postal receiving officer; after he was ascertained the weight; No parcel will be acccptcd unless fully prepaid.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE OF NUMURKAH WATERWORKS TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

SHIRE OF NUMURKAH WATER WORKS TRUST. Constituted in the "Victoriau Water Conservation Act, 1881." Gazetted 6th October, 1882. District decreased by the formation or the Shire of Shepparton, Waterworks Trust under Water Act i8go, igtb December, 1892; Comprising the whole of the Shire, •jf Numurkah, with the exception of .he Moira Hiding and the parishes of farioka and Picola. . s The commissioners of the Trust are the councillors of the Shire of Numur kah, with the addition of E. Cope J.P., Government nominee. Chairman : Fred. G. Moss, Kaarimba; Secre tary : S. Lancaster. Engineer: Hay Ower, C.E. The townships of Numurkah, Nath alia Strathmcrton and Wunghnu are served by complete reticulation schemes by pumps from the Baala and Broken Creeks and well respectively. The Trust meets monthly, on same day, and immediately preceding the Shire Council's me .. N ATM ALIA AGRICULTURAL ...... . SOCIETY -:-. • v- : - - Established 1888. The committee meet on the last Saturday in. each month, at...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DISTRICT DIRECTORY. Nathalia Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

DISTRICT DIRECTORY. Natlialia Court of Petl) Sessions. The Court aits on Wednesdays Thursdays and Fridays for ordinary business. The police magistrate, Mr. Richard Knight visits every alternate Thursday. Local justices —F. H. Furze, Nathalia; F. J. Keyes, Natbalia; Nathalia; J. G. Henderson, Picola; J. A. Richardson J J.P., Nathalia ; H. M. Muntz, Nathalia ; H. ]. Lap thorne, Kotupna. C.erk of Courts, J. E. HolmesTvisits Nathalia from Nu murkah every Thursday. Guardian of Minors - F. H. Furze, J.P. Jus tice of the Peace for N.S.W.: F. H. j Furze. SHIRE OF NUMURKAH, County—Moira. Parishes:—Central Riding.—Drum anure, Kaarimba and Mundoona. Eastern Riding.—Baulkamaugh, Ka tunga, Strathmerton and Ulupna. Moira Riding.—Barmali, part Kanya pella, Kotupna and Moira. Western . Riding.—Barwo, Naiioka, Picola, J Waaia, Yalca and Yielima. Province: Northern ^Division Nu"' murkah. Members of Council: Hons. A. H. Abbott and W. L. Baillieu. M.L.C.'s. Electoral District: .Goulburn Valley Division...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIGHTS THE PEN POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

LIGHTS THE PEN POWT. Detectsv« work in to be aided : w the storage-battery light- which will enable the detective to illumiwite his pen or petteil poiat' and put. down hta valuable notes, the while shtoMreg the little spot of lipht with his frae hand, even though he may be in tb« darkneBB of a night, in the »m, or in a ticklish position ineidc a honee of my/itery. The small electric bulh is protect ed by a metal cover and mounted on a circular prong so that it can be alippei on to any writing...pffifi The bulb is connected to a small flesfc ligbt batt«ry by a sillc electric cord. Hie new light has been used im g business way by miners working k* low the surface to keep records of , excavatio&e and, of course, is valu able for any one who has oeeaaiaB to write i& the dark. Special delivwy letter carriers and messenger will find it invaluable. We gather the honey of wisdam from thorns, not from flowers. A glass-cutting' diamond last* about three' months. - GSlaas hrwbe...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PACKETS, ETC, Preparation for Post. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

* PACKETS, ETC, ' Preparation for Post. { Packcts may be sent thn ugh the pos ' without a cover (but not fastened with anyt thing adhesive, such as gum,. postage stamp, scaling wax, ctc.); in a cover ircly open at one end or side (if the be slit, the opening must be of the extent of the end or side, and the contents, must be easy of. withdrawal). The cover may bear the sender's name and address, and the words, "packet," "sample," or "pattern," etc., as the case may be, "only." Packcts may be tied with string, but officers of the department may cut the.string to examine the contents,.and tie the packet up again.' "Samples'of seeds, drugs, etc., which cannot be sent as open packets, may be enclosed in bags or boxes, fastened so as to be easily' undone and rc-fasteried. ft ad dressed to places in the United Kingdom only, they may be sent in' closed trans parent bags; Note.—If the above conditions be not complied with, packcts are regarded as in sufficiently paid letters, and charged ac...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Post and Telegraph Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

Post anu Telegrapb Rates. For the information of bur readers we publish the following informs 'tion RATE-FOR PLACES IN VICTORIA, .S. I Letters—Hall ounce or under _ o . i „ , For every.half ounce ... o Urgent Letters—For each letter in addition to ordinary postage o 6" Late Fee, id in addition to ordinary rate Packets—Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 5lb., dimensions not to exceed 2ft. in length, ift. in depth or width, for every 2oz. or fraction thereof o i Patterns and samples, packcts of sncrchamsc, ctc-, maximum weight lib.; dimensions not to exceed 2ft. in length, ift. in depth or width ; rate of postage for every two ounces or fraction' thereof ... — o i Books, published outside Australia, id every 4 ozs or part thereof. Books printed in Australia, Jd per 8 ozs. or part of 8ozs. ; (a) .Magazines, reviews, sericls, and other similar publications, printed and published in Australia, in . numbers at intervals not exceeding three months, id per 8 ozs. or part thereof,...

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 — 24 November 1914

TRY 1 ! ! ! ! ! » , The Herald " Wlicn You Requite No;it and Up-to ■ Date PriHting. :

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

v MISCELLANEOUS. " Kt-giKlrar of Biuhs juid Deaths: H. D, McDonald,; Nathalia ; Y. Hosken, Yiclinia. Commissioner for taking affidavits; J. Long, F. H. Furze and A. Israel Nathalia. ::' Commissioner for N.S.W.: F. H. Furze, Nathalia. Turf Club: J. Limbrick, Secretary. Masonic Lodge: J. N. Muntz, VV.M.; H. J. Furze, Secretary. I.O.O.F;: J. Price, Secrctay. Australian Natives' Association: W. Wheller, Secretary. * - I.O:R.: G. Grinter Secretary. : Fire Brigade: J. N. Muntz, Cap tain ; G. Gririter, Secretary.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DEEPEST WELLS IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

THE DEEPEST WELLS IN THE WORLD. At Czuehow, in the coal field of Upper Silesia, is the deepest well in the world. It has reached a depth of over 7>348 feet, a trifle under a ails (and a half below the surface. America has three wells ranking next in order. That near McDonald, Pennsylvania, some ten miles south east of Pittsburg, is 6,SCO feet deep ; one in the Putnam Heights, "Ooiimo ticut, is 6,004 feet deep, and one now being bored at Derrick City, Penn sylvania, has reached a depth at B.S20 feet. Although each of tfctte wells is over a mile in depth, little that i« new in geologic formation has been learned from the boring*, as owing to the dip of the etrata, many comparatively shallow w«lla have touched the underlying roek beds of very old formations.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NATURE'S DEATH-TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

NATURE'S 8BATH-TRAP. On tho western coast of Australia, i leveral miles inland, you will long, shad'y lagoons, the waters of which look so cool that on a broil ing hot day the wayfarer may. be tempted to refresh himself with a ; plunge. Let any such incautious bather beware ! These lagoons, in noccnt as they look, are among Na ture's most deadly death-traps. They are alive with sharks ! . In some cases the lagoons are con nected with the sea by long, narrow, winding creeks, up which the sharks swarm with the rising tide ; in other* there is no apparent communication, yet the ferocious monsters are there. In the latter case it is supposed that subterraneous channels exist, wh^ch allow a free passage to the lagoons. The water, of course, is as salt as the sea itself—a fact brought home to the stranger' in aa unpleasant manner If he attempts to quench his thirst. These treacherous lagoons have taken a heavy toll of human lives. In the old days more than one es caped convict, when hotly...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MANUFACTURED RUBIES. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

MANUFACTURED RUBIES. It will be remembered that the latt Sir JulHw Wernher, chairman of De Beers ConapBny, one of the chrssrd tat business men of his day, was swindled' in Parle by a man wteo pro fessed to be able to manufaetUM dia monds. The manufacture of certain kinds of "stones" is now a reeogoi* e^ and profitable industry. Rubfcs of the finest quality and of the pWMfc "pigeon'* blood" colour, m well M sapphires, spinelles, and ctryeo beryls are being turned out' in qeaett*y from several laboratories in Fmw and Germany. Not only is the manufactured Pro duct a real -ruby, but it is. paaaiM* to produce rubies of a site aod fme fection tho natural stones nnvIh equalr As regards size, tbe anwpi Burmese ruby weighs only inn »irtl> of a carat. Rubies of the earns calour are easily made in the siac of five or ten carats, and much larger OM have been produced. A one-carat Burmese ruby ci fioe colour would formerly fetch £1S to £50 ; in exceptional cases, much More. What a similar sto...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RENT PAID WITH A RED ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

RENT PAID WITH A RED ROSB. The curious condition in the ten ancy of Bradley Great Wood, near Grimsby—which Lord Heneags recent ly Bold—that a wild boar or He money value must be sent annvally to the Mayor of Grimsby, recall* some even stranger conditio*® on which some famous estates are held. A red rose is paid every midaittB mer by the trustees of St. OImWb and St. Saviour's Grammar School, in Southwark, as rent for the grooed on which the school was -founded. Originally the ground. coot £30; now the rent, if it was not a rose, would be about £5,000 a year.

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

AUSTRALIA'S -DUTY. ■ A nation that lias never experienced the horrors of war, cannot be ex pected to appreciate tile wonders ;in<l delights of peace. Australia stands in this enviable position, and—to .^..' paraphrase Kipling's well-known lines, "What do they know of peace who only pence have known?" >■ Various mistakes are sure to be ' - made, and alterations found neces sary in this our initiation into the ways of modern warfare. There is no doubt that. Australia will have to tight some time ; either to-day. to-morrow, or the day after our time ol trial will come when we shall have to tight for existence. Every man will then be needed, and every man and woman must lie prepared. We need trained soldiers, trained nurses and a corp of auxiliary nurses. Another crying necessity is the .establishment of various smalls arms factories. One is needed in New South Wales for .that State and Queensland; one in Victoria" for that State, Tasmania, and South "Austra lia ; and a 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 — 24 November 1914

H. Kennedy, Jeweller. Wedding & Engagement Rings. Wedding & Engagement Rings. Wedding & Engagement Rings. Best Place for Wedding Presents. Blake St, INathalla GREAT 'SPECIAL ggulburn valley HORSE SALES. Dookie; Wednesday, December 9. , - Sliepparton, Thursday, December 10 Tatura, Friday, December ii. iooo Horses Wanted. CAMPBELL' & SONS, Kirk's Bazaar, and J. McNamara and Co,, in con junction, will bold sales-as above, when buyers will bejn attendance for an unlimi ted number of Horses for the British Army ■ and Queensland and -New. South Wales Graziers. ' 0 ?. British Army Requirements.—600 ArtsII-' ery Horses, Cavalry Horses, Riding Hacks, Spring Carters, from 4 to ii years old, broken in, ~ Graziers Requirements.—4000 Draughts, from 1 to 6 years old. .Intending vendors are requested to ad vise the Auctioneers-early of the number and class of Horses they will be yardfng. J. M'NAMARA & CO., Sliepparton; CAMPBELL & SONS, Kirk's Bazaar,...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miracles of Faith-healing. CURING BY SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

Miracles of Faith-healing.1 CURING BY SVaOESTION. However sceptical one may be rc I garding- the powers oi faith-lwvilers, j \rho have, particularly ot late years, been (subjected to a preat deal i»f nd vcrse criticism, and in aonio cases j ridicule, by people who refuse Ic recognise the sincerity of their be liefs, there can lie no doubt, in view jf I lie recent report of the Clerical and Medical Committee, that faith healers httxo brought about somii wonderful cures. j H is impossible, for instance, Ic doubt the word of .Lord Sandwich, i', )u> ivas a playmate of King I'M wurd at Windsor ('astle in his Kmn days, and who hits done such mag nificent work in relieving distress amon'pr children in the shuns, l.orc Sandwich is a great believer in faith-healing, and says (hat he has cured a ureat many people of af fections such as lancer and blind less by the "laying on of hands snrt prayer.,f His lordship confessed a short time asjo, during a reinarkabli .speech he delivered at the U...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUSTRALIAN FIELD HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

AUSTRALIAN FIELD HOSPITAL. The methods of running a success ful lielii hospital in -^'ar-t.ime arc many and varied ; hilt the Austra lian Field Hospital. which has done such noble service lu wounded l.iri- | lisb, French and Herman alike, has proved by its capability its perfect | organisation. This satisfactory and pleasing re ; suit is in the nature id a pledge, ' Htid proves that Australian uicdical men and trained unices are prepared to devote their bruins, t.ime and talent to die needs of the Umpire. The important part which the Am bulance Corps has to play in a great* campaign, has been thoroughly re alised by. the Commonwealth (Jovern tliont, and the. Australian Expedi tionary Force lias been well equipped in this direction. The regimental doc- ' •tors supported liy stretcher-bearers, ply their merciful trade in the light ing line of battle, while behind them wait the ambulance waggons with the moving dressing stations, where primary accommodation awaits sixty tvounded troops...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Forebodings. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

Forebodings. When Woman's Bight* "hare cbme to. stay, ' ^ Oh, who wiH rock tb« eractts 7 When wives are the polls k day, . Oh, who will rock the cradle? When Dr. Mamma's making pills, When ilerehant Mamma's selling • bills, Of course 'twill cure all womanV ills • ... But who _ will rock the cradle ? ■ • When maiuma to the court, has hied, -Oh, who will rock the cradle ? She has a. cfts« that must be triad, But who will rock the cradle 7 When' Captain Mamma wulks H«t decks^ . . When, .Banker Hamxma'a - cashing . cheques, When all our girls have lost their ■ sex, Must papa rock the cradle 7. • Merchant—"Ho was an excellent bookkeeper. He kept our books for; aiaoy years 111 an exemplary way. I should liavo kept htm at it." Friend—"What did you do?" Mer chant—"T -made him c fishier.■■ Friand—"How did >he do in his new position?" -Merchant—"Excel- , lently. -He kept . the cash." The bored, youth turned to his .(inner partner with a yawn. "VTho is thut strange-looking man over there wh...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Unlucky Thirteen. PARNELL'S SUPERSTITION. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 24 November 1914

Unlucky Thirteen. n I>A 11N ELL'S SUPKliSTlTfON. Parnell was a singularly super stitious man, and the stories told of him in this connection in Mr Barrjr. O'Brien's "Life" are confirm ed bv Mrs. Parnell in her boolc on her Husband. Mr. O'Brien narrates a story ol him which is of partioulni interest in view of Mrs. Parnell': '.Life." .Parnell believed thai tho number 13 was unlucky. Ho would not sleep in a rouiu numbered i:i, and on one occasion, wlien lie lia<i becu by mischance .put in a rooir bearing' that number, lie create:! £ errible disturbance when he dis covered what had happened, and ac :used the landlord of the inn of a desire to .bring misfortune on liiin. Jh another occasion he was at a dinner party, and one of the ^ursta, Mr. O'Brien stales, had to be sent away from the table because there" were tiditeen persons present. Th« superstitious may be interested in rending this to learn from Mrs. Parnell that she was the thirteenth child of her parents ! One of ...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VANILLA SOUFFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Nathalia Herald and Picola, Narioka, Kotupna and Moira Advertiser — 1 December 1914

VANILLA SOUFFLE. This is a particularly nice souffle, . mud not at all difficult to make. Required: Pour eggs, loz. butter, loz. flour, lor. castor sugar, a quar ter of a pint of milk ; a pinch of salt; about half a tcaspoonful. of vanilla. TTlickly butter a scuffle tin, and tie round outside "it a band of buttered paper, deep enough to stand three inches abovtf the tin; but as it will be shallower, use a deeper band of paper. Molt the but ter, stir the flour in smoothly, add the milk and salt, and stir these over, the fire until they boil, and .will leave the sides of the pan without sticking. Take the pan olT the fire, add the sugar, and beat in' the yolks of the eggs, one by one. Beat up the whites, to a still froth,, and add them and the vanilla light ly to the mixture. Pour the mix ture into the prepared tin, luy a piece of-'buttered paper over the top, and steam the soullle very gently from 20 to 80 minutes, or until it feels " Spongy when pressed in the centre. , Let it stand...

Publication Title: Nathalia Herald And Picola, Narioka, Kotupna And Moira Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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