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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
'j'llU TltOUHLE if AD lJISAlU'llUKlSl). !'Suii|a 12 iii'ontl|s ngo,': wrjtiM Mr H. Hniilry,- 2 "I'lMcigh-stieut, Woolluliiaj N-'S,W., ''my &lt;lim«!itor Hu|l'uii'd uoiisiUer ijhly «|tl( vl|o.s[ and liiy atten tion being pulled to mi iu|vurti-ioiiiL'i|t on. Chiuubeilum's Cough ltemedy I decided to try it for hur. 'lliu improvement wuh hu marked lifter a few doses that wo continued t> give hoi' tliu Koinedy, .induftui' two buttles wo WJio indeed giutitied to lind that tliu troit'ilu which wo had dreaded iniiflit liei.'omu ohroiiic lmd disiipiiuaved," (Sold hy T, iT, llohnn nwl t7, K, fireij-, s( -
INGLEWOOD V. BRIDGEWATER. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
INGU3WOOD V. BRIDGEWATER. Tho mateh between tlje above teams was played on the Ingle wood ground, a fair number of supporters of both teams attend ing. The game, which was slow and uninteresting to watch, was evenly contested. Inglewooi se cured possession of the leather first, and had slightly the better of the first quarter, securing 2 goals 3 bshinds to Bridgewater's 2 behinds. In the second quarter both sides were alternately at tacking and defending, and Bridgewater put on 1 goal lbs hind to their score, while the locals failed to SQore, The third quarter was opened by even play, the visitors scoring first, the locals, however, attacked and regained their lead, and when the quarter ended had scored 1 goal 2 behinds to their oppon3nt3 1 goal 1 behind. InglewooJ i l creased their lead in the final quarter, putting on 2 goals 1 b3 hind to their opponents 1 goal. The total scores were:—Ingle wood, 5 goals 6 bihinds ; Bridge water, 3 goals 4 behinds. For tlig winners Pearce, Cameron...
Football. KORONG DISTRICT CENTRAL ASSOCIATION. KORONG VALE v. WEDDERBURN [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Football. Korong District Central Association. Korong Vale v. Wedderburn By "Punter." All roads led to the Wedder burn football ground on Satur day, where the local team were at home to the neighbors from "over the range." The game was considereu the match 01 the season, as the clubs were dis puting first honors on the pre miership list, each having won five matches. The locals were represented by their full strength, Turnbull playing his first match for the season, and the evergreen M'Gurlc, who has only played a couple of games, was in the thick of the fray. Jury was absent from the ICorong Vale ranks, but the club had a good eighteen, although "Duffy" Vernon would have been better resting, an in jured leg making him useless to his side. The wind blew straight across the ground, favor ng neither goal. From the bounce it was evident that players were out for keeps, first one side had the advantage then the other. The play was particularly even but not attractive, a lot of scramblin...
MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
MEETING OF DELEGATES. A meeting of association delegates was helil nt the Royal Hotel, Iifjle wootl, on Friday evening, 17ch inst. Present—Messrs J. J. E-nbu'ry (in the chair), J. Crisp und Holmes (Wedderburn), Mack in and (Jrieves uyuiuiib vuiu;, dui'hu »ia wigia-Ti (Bridgewater), Curue ail J 'fayjom • (Ingiewood). ' 4 report was received from U/npire Pierce, chm-f.j is A. Ij jghes (Ing'uwjjd) ifnd C. Watts (liorong yule) wftli light ing jn the third qijarter of fhe match njayec] by their teams at Ingiewood. l}e \yas urjable tq state whg was the a/jgressqr, i}s the fjpst stages qf the in cident occurred behind hja Quctc Tlie secretary (VV. Tatchell) reported that owing to the nature of the um plro's report ho had not obtained his attendance at the mooting, thinking this would be useless in view of the fact that his knowledge of tho matter was so limited. This was approved, Aftor argument aa to thu examina tion of witnesses, Mr Mack in staled, in the nbsence of Watts, ho could give ...
FAIR HARVEST ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
FAIR HARVEST ASSURED. Drought talk which has seriously af fected certain trades in the past month has been happily dispelled by recent rains. West and South Australia, Queensland and New South Wales are now assured of a fair harvest, and the northern part of Victoria exhibits a backward but by no means hopeless prospect. Droughts as they were known and feared in the past are not likely ever again to linve their old wholesale disastrous effects, because the area of cultivation in Australia to-day is so widespread that when one district is dry another gets the rain, and an absolute failure of-the whole local grain, wool and meat supply is impossible.
Chance for the Country Party GRAIN ELEVATORS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Chance for the Country Party GRAIN ELEVATORS WANTED. Victoria is lagging behind Westralia and New South Wales In respect to grain carriage in bulk. These two widely-divided States are preparing to erect grain silos and elevators, and no doubt they will Induce shipping companies to (It up their holds speci ally for the reception of unbagged wheat. Such ships will shun the port of Melbourne until it is brought into line. The grain production of Austra lia is still in its infancy. Distance from the European market hampers its growth. Bulk handling would cut away part of this handicap. The Country Party In Victorian Legisla ture has tits chance of its lifetime now to press for grain elevators, while the new Premier is gingerly gathering up the lines of his policy and is in a pliable condition and sen sitive to the promptings of any rea sonable section of his followers.
WHEN ACCIDENTALLY POISONED. Things To Do. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
WHEN ACCIDENTALLY POISONED. Things To Do. Now for a few special hints on the poisons most commonly taken by ac cident, always remembering that the first thing In. all cases Ib to empty the stomach: Poisoning by mineral acids may be neutralised by chalk, magnesia, even the plaster from the wall in watery solution. For any burning or corrosive poison much help may be given after the vomiting by raw egg in milk. White of egg is particularly help ful In corrosive sublimate poisoning. Carbolic acid poisoning is unfortun: ately common and unfortunately fatal. The anesthetic effect of the poison prevents the action of the usual emetics. A large drink of whisky or alcohol will help to modify the effect of the acid. Renewed efforts should then be made to induce vomiting. Raw egg and milk are helpful, but the proper antidote is sodium sulphate. Concentrated lye has brought ago nising death to many children. The antidotes are water containing vine gar and lemon juice to neutralise the alkali, ...
Mistaken Symptoms. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
Mistaken Symptoms. A very loquacious gentleman was riding In an omnibus, in which were | a small boy and his mother, from; Charing Cross to a well-known stop ping-point of the route, the White Horse. He talked to the boy the whole \ way and was still talking when the conductor put his head in at the door i tmd_ said, "White Horse, White Horse!". , "Ah/' s^id the talkative man. "I must get out here; I always get out at the White Horse!" "Don't i you think," said the boy's mother, '7,you have, had enough al ready V" What ,every woman ever born into this world has wanted is just to be taken by^someone stronger than her seii and to bo beaten or kissed, loved, or strangled, as the cass may bo. A little jealousy does a woman no harm; it'wakes her up and makes her realise where she stands. Lots of wo men are jealqjis without lovlug, but no woman loves without being jeal 0U8. There's a lot to be said for widows. A man who marries a widow knows what he is getting. When ho mar Ties a girl, th...
KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
KITCHEN WRINKLES. To remove rust from a knife, plunge, the- blade into an oriion and leave it for an hour. Then polla'i in the usual way. Before using a new comb wash it in soapy water, and when dry rub with a little olive oil. It will then last twice as long. To remove bloodstains, soak the article in cold water to which am monia has been added; wash in warm water with liaptha soap. Flowers keep better in damp sand than in water. Flowers for the table may be more gracefully arranged in a jar of wet sand than In a foundation of moss. Always sandpaper tlie soles of baby's new shoes before they have been worn. This keeps hor from slip ping on the bare or polished floors, and prevents many a bad fall which could^ easily result in a sprain or a broken bone. Curtains will hang straight and look much nicer if a small lead weight is sewn in each end of the lower hem. In thin curtains the weight will pre vent them blowing about, and they will hang, as they should, following the line of wood...
THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
THE HOUSEHOLD. SELECTED RECIPES. Potato Blocks.—Boil and mash one pound of potatoes, add one ounco of butter, the yolk or an egg, pepper aful salt, and a teaspoonful of chopped parsley. Knead all together, then roll out on a lioured board to about one inch and a half thick. Cut Into blocks, brush over with milk, and fry a nice brown. Seamed Bread Pudding.—Take half a pound of stale bread and soak It in cold water for one hour. Squeoze very dry. . Mix together a quarter of a pound of sugar, three ounces of rai sins (Btoncd), three ounces of chop ped snot, three tablespoon fuls of flour, nnd one teaspoonful of baking powder. Mix thoBe w.ell with the soaked broad, and Btctim In n woll-buttered mould1 for two houiB. Serve with white sauce. ,v Tango Cakes.—Cream together half a cupful of butter and one cupful of brown sugar, then add two well-beaten eggs. Mix together two cupfuls of flour, a teaspoonful of bicarbonate of soda, and halt a teaspoonful of all spice, and add to the cream, bu...
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
WIT AND HUMOR. 'Truth," said Edward Thrlng, "is doing your best—always. The. 'truth' we put Into our work Is precisely that for which no one enn pay us. Its surprising how unpracticul some very learned men are," said Jephson. "There's Professor Bulton, for example. He spent over half his life In acquiring fluency in nino or ten languages, and then married a woman who never gives him a chance to get a word in edgeways!" "See here, waiter," exclaimed the indignant customer, "here's "a piece of wood in my Bausage!" • Yes, sir," replied the waiter, "but I'm sure—er " "Sure nothing! I don't mind eat ing tho dog, but I'm blowed if I'm go ins; to eat the kennel, too.": A school-teacher waa cashing her monthly cheque at tho bank, when the bank cleric apologised for the dirty condition of the notes he handed to her, saying, "I hope you're not afraid of microbes." "Not a bit!" tho teacher replied. 'I'm sure no microbe could live on my salary." Husband: "Why don't you wear your coat?" Wife: "I...
IF I KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
IF I KNEW. If I knew the box whore the smiles were kept, - No matter how large the key Or strong the bolt, I would try so hard 'Twould open, I know, for - me, Then, over the land and sea, broad-/ oast, I'd scatter the smiles to play. So that careworn people may hold them fast For many and many a day. If I knew a box that were large enough To hold all the frowns I meet, I Would like to.gather every one. From nursery, school, and street; Then, folding and holding, I'd pack i them in. And, turniug the monster key, I'd hire a giant to drop the box To the depths of the deep, deep sea. In a Great Western railway carriage, on .the way up to London, a youth had disturbed and annoyed the other pas sengers by loud and foolish remarks during a great part of the journey. As the train passed Hanwell Lunatic Asylum he remarked:— '"I often think how nice the asylum looks from the railway." "Some day," growled an old gen tleman, "you will probably have occa sion to remark how nice the railway looks...
WIRELESS ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
WIRELESS ROMANCE. Ten years ago a boy and girl affair was brought to an end through a proposal being lost in the post, but the error of the mail system has at last been rectified by a marconigram, for Mrs. Frances Thompson, while 011 a recent voyage across the Atlantic, received another offer of marriage from her aforetime suitor and mar conied her acceptance. The man in the case Is a Mr. F. Maclntyre, who In the early days lived at Leitli, Scot land, where Mrs. Thompson resided as a girl, says the "Wireless World." On reaching manhood he emigrated to America to make his fortune, and, this accomplished, he sent the proposal which was fated never to reach its destination. The romance seemed at an end, and the girl married. A year ago her husband died, and last Christ mas Mrs. Thompson decided to visit some friends in America. Hearing of this, Mr. Maclntyre, trusting no long er to the vagaries of the post, wire lessed his important message — and the invisible agent did the rest.
COOL REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
COOL REQUEST. Stranger (to editor): "I dropped in this nx.ri.ing to see you in regard to placii-iv an advertisement in " Country Editor (rubbing his hands): "Yes, sir; be seated, sir." Stranger: "I like yourpaper. I like ' its principles, and the bold stand it takes 011 the subject of temperance and " Country Editor: "You will find our vateb for advertising as low as " Stranger: "I like its independence,; -+t's attitude respecting the sacredness of the Sabbath, its fight for the poor and lowly, and its fearless denuncia tion of the rich and the mighty, its | Country Editor: "Yes, sir, an ad. ! placed in our paper will be read by thousands " Stranger: "In excluding from your columns, sir, everything of a sensa j tlonal nature, or that which cannot be read by every member of the house hold without bringing the mantling blush of shame, you set an example, sir, to the newspapers of this coun try that cannot but bear fruit, and Country Editor: "Well, about that advertisement you were " S...
CHAPTER XXIII. The Bullet of the Assassin. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 July 1914
CHAPTER XXIII. The Bullet, of the Assassin. Elsie had only time to run to thi), table and snatch up the lettor of fnre well sho had written to Eric, when the door was opened and the gentle man entered. His hair, which was brushed back from a high, massive forehead, was silvery grey with years, and behind the gold-rimmed pince-nez which he wore she saw a pair of large, benevolent eyes looking down upon her with sad, sympathetic ex pression. "You are Mrs. Galbraith'?' ho said, and his voice was earnest and tense.' "I am sorry to have—to be the bear er of " "Is it " "Now I want you to keep calm, Mrs. Galbraith." He took the little hand in his, and she let it remain. "First of all. I must tell you who I am, and how i comes that I should be the bearer of news that " "Oh, quick, quick," she broke in, "it is Eric! What is it?" He patted the little hand and press ed his lips tightly together. "I won't tell you anything till you calm your self," he said, and Elsie held her very breath in fea...