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ALEXANDRA DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
ALEXANDRA DIRECTORY. AaPICULTURIIAL SoCIETY - W. Lade president, J. Elliott see. RACE CLvB - J. Baker president, W. Siil nan, see. BOWLING CLUB -F. Wheeler president, E. Curry sec. LIBIARY - E. Curry president, H. Wood see; 1st Mon. WATER TeUST--J. Wylie chairman, J. Anderson see; 1st Rldln. SHIR.n COUNCIL - J. Wylie president, J. Anderson set and eng. HoSPITAL - G. Leckie president, H. Wood see; 4tl, Fri. RAILWAY TnusT--J. Leckie chairman, H. Wood see; 1st, lon. WANornRS': ' CrICK i' CI.u -- A. Still mantl president, T. W\ard sec. Cssost.Lr SOCIETY-Rev J. Peck, presi dent and conductor, Miss E. Rey nell sec. sGYMNASIUM Cr.un-- iev J. Peck presi dent, iR. Sapsf rd sec. CIIuI.ICIIEs - Anglican, Rev Peck ; Roman Catholic, Rev P. O'Rielly; lMethodist, Rev E. Ny ; Presby terian, Rev A. Macdonald. MAsoNIC LonitE -W XM., It. Edwards, see, W. Stillman. I lFECIIABITE LODGE-See, J. HIoskens. ODDFELLOws' Lo01n - N.G, RI. Saps ford ; rcc, It. Edwards. PIsO(nIEIEs AIs?OCIA''ION-- . Lrck!lie pre...
IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
IMIPORTANT. Cnoeerninl s.rle Iprts sof the district 1news corNes Iut suldlrn. This is rnot the fault of the EIitor, fur he ihas no mrnrenu hus power of knowing haut is hippenin,. in ill the urea of circulation. It is the fault of resideurs in the silent places. Will sorme mani or woman lake the matter in hand and cause the silence to If no one else is doing it for your ildis trict will YOU try olu thlese lines!t Send accounts of public rian sociul events in your townsohip or neilhborhood, s:u(h as weddings, denths, rarcidentls. con certH, matters touching the industries, etc. \Yrit your name in some corner; not for printing, butl for good failh. 'Write the n::mes if persons very dis trirltly. Do tnot bother abhout grammar or spelling; it is the Editor's work to look afteur these trilles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write on oine side of the paper only. Give information but let criticism alone.
JUSTICES' ROSTER 1910. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
JUS'1TICES' 11OSTI11 1910. .Jun. 4 " ceRis \\'iylic & TR. W. \VigihLtan, l dl. t"Mtwv Wylie & Ii. WV. \Vightman f1 ~ ild t~ Wl ee~ce 1I1 ~ tale aInt .llIeinst 2:1 Doti it 't \1' n l I'htlll M~r. I" Mitt in Wilie & r. W. Wiglii nin 1l ~ 1.id Sirniull Whceler 21 :1l" W3 lie ,C i. WV. Vi'ghtrtiit Apr. f; 11ssn Latet & Whevler IIl ic iii.alu a , l.ccori I2cl humsila $tl Iccelrin ," 1 26 W \\'yc i& I. \V. WVightnc May. 4 \lessic Litlc nitsl Whecreler "i Seclc cijlicl ij 'I)1 I( C Ii1 I i Iiit· lciici o ta Il titeno n I8 ]isms(lr ri~l t and l'1htl. n .1t11c \Iat~~s.Lotleicand Wljeelci'. 27 "'d e null Wilt -ct kof ut".1R .1 ant ici'i ire icijiieclti ileied ia niih. iti iice- iihiiitnir ~nin wilatten if re-ie 1' .%1LIVi Ct to ore
THE RAILWAY. TRAFFIC RETURNS FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
THE RAILWAY. 'II'a l'rI(. I C t;rijc rru: O I; xI-o .ame Yumtner Outward? I OOutwarTd I nward Goods GoLds Ot. Goods Goods In. Slock On Stock In. Total Linie Station. Passncoers. Passengers. Parcels. Parcels. Outwards. IRevenue. Iuwacds. ienrenue. lievenue. Ilerenue. Revenue. Opeped l£r s.. l. o st. d. £ s.d. Tnns. £ . I. Tons. ' 5 1 3 9 1£ 31 Alexadra Road ... 2777 87 1 6 66 11 6 244 2 6 1770 132 15 10 3305 2757 510 316 9 11 18 13 3 5825, 3 9 1 90 Yea .......... 906G7 135 18 6 176 7 7 287 7 0 1356 1049 16 4 2272 189. 2 31 461 13 9 252 19 0 5591 13 4 10611/83 Yarek ... . : ... 12 253 11 10 23 1 3 9114 0 1526 81 9 : 751 629 6 4 . 87 6 9 93 4 2 2058 611 11 10/90 .Molestrurth ... ... 873 138 9 3 18 0 41 53 0 2 564 423 1 10 222 218 15 6 188 9 6 30315 3 1365 6 8 12/l1S89 K?:aumbra ... ... 194 184 0 5 10 9 24 9 10 1136 498 13 0 87 54 2 6 5 2 3 2 2 6 626 95 10/I1!/90 Ca1hkin ... ..... 13:1 200 .5 10 11 3 9 20 00 43 217 2 4 72 638 16 5 8 11 0 1 0 3 550 17 9 17/6 The Alexandra stationmaster (...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
KEA'rING'S i'OWDERS destroy 1Uus, Fteatc M\Iothe, 'Beetles. nud all other insects while quite harmless to Btotmestic anin'al. In exterminating Beetles ine success of the powderis extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in application. - See the article you purchase is KR.ATING'S, i.e., with the signature THOMAS KEAT'ING on each tin. as imita. ticns are noxioun and ineffectual. Sold in Tins Cd. and Is. each by all chemists. DELAY IS DANGEROUS. There is no clans of ailment that affects the systeCn quicker than bowel complaints. and any delay in treatinfg diarrte;iaor colic is daligorour. Chatnberlain't Colic, Cholera and IDiarrhoa -Rcmtdy in the only temedly that is absolutIly reIia!le in c; aee of this kind, and as some member..of the family Ita always liable to an attack at any time it honuld always be kept in the house. Thin remedy never fails to give prompt relief. Sold by C, J. Christie. Rider Agents Wanted in Every District. Write for Agency Terms and Special Offer of Agent's Sampl...
NOTHING TO FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
NO'lIItNG TO) IEAIR. Mtothers netd have no hesitnlion in giving Chinhii?rlaio's Cough Reednuly to their little ones, as it contains absolutely no injurious dinge. This medicine is not only perfectly safe to give to small chillren. but it is a medicine of great worth and merit. Sold by C. J. Christic. HAVE YOU A WEAR THROAT? If so, )ou cannot be too Careful; you cannot begin treatment too early. Each cold makes you nu ri liable to another and the last is always the hatdest to cure. If you take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at the outset you will be saved much trouble. Sold by C. J. Christie. IRRITABILITY. Do you feel out of humor and think that everyone has a grudge against you because everything seems to be going wrong. It is you that is " wrong," and t is your liver that has the grudge against ou--possibly hbcause you are not troating it well. You hanv given it too much wtrk to do, and when -it wanted a nent!u laxative to set it right yotu mieg!;ctu.i to attend to it.- To set your liv...
THE PEOPLE'S MONEY. National Interests Safe. Outburst of Party Abuse. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
T'3H PE4ŽPLE'3 fMOiNflE. National interests Safe. Outburst of Party Abuse. The'J'i agette, lnt offers secutity to I:,th I('c inn mo(1 eatl Ii clil Stte. An ", vr. , . ! :,du (g (e ilr h t ,f -v idre n c e a n dl ~ &lt;l. . y ,,1. howi l, 't t .t l.- Ioposed S f t 'i,-l.e k-r1, I . i made li C ifet %lVrori i , hen h,. ,.lTpplenl.ts of thn lIE tn;l'iI Agri c, , , I.l !or 4 L. Ll, ; l ,h I c ic I -c itl' , -I I clhi ci . ,I .' t 1li, l t i. ( Of Snorl tiat al.?[l (tilt s s, - i , ll lt, the car faith of hot and ?ulgry phl'asuos L. lFacts, niot epithets, uie walnted in; '1hi ' 1;2lln m nt grant? s to trl i, C lr0 i ,,n,,,ivw c, th £ 1,7 C0,000. w hiclh the Latet , could compii l tlc C(.1 llonl - wealth to pay to lhirl llulnldr theo uradi',,n clause. Thelcrenfter it enti t!''s the C-hnniminrwealh to £2,:300,000 1 y m)'rll e 11or 2tevenuet than1 it can cluin it ipr'sl'hi t. U lIe'r I'' gI'.'" i Iee il t ill Commllon l sh c. *: r c. t. " ,, c,. ilidenl tly fcr catrdil with the pa13...
WAYLAID BY FOOTPADS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
WAYLAID EiY FOUTPADS. --+- A well-known aullhor relates the following Ipersonal atdveturle, which reveals the fpossestsion of tcoaCiittie aible presence of mitnd. flue t wtti v tutrning home thiottilh dezertI il strtl.els it ani early hotr I l!he tziorniing, when lie sudldlenly Ireu t 'coitcious that lie wats bein g folloiwed iby two disrlputal.i?hle liglrtes. lie undetrctootl at once that his time had come. andl it hail coimie alt tanl unpleasanttt iaointent, for he ta' ried a consitderaible eSta iill it llnk .notes In his pocket- hookt. lie lIul ai insttant In which to set hlil wias i;. w'l;, for the iltWO t Utile wate yet ttaell'! dii tatnce awayn . 'Thus he - r_- _rtiaznzt o toittn f, ' hlis roll of itottes l.t! aIt tamllpt! l ten tlo e which Ile ci?r itl Itn liis pocket, T1'hen hic ,looked for a pencil to adlldresst the fletter to hiinself, but to his con sternation he found that he had not got one. T'urtling sharply upon thil. iIen who Were dogging his steps, when they were ab...
THROUGH HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
THiROUGl HIM. --b- An Irislthtan ,eas walking down onIe of the streets of a wild Auurit cain totiw'l, Vwhen Ol mian i'iisheiIL mt of a htouse andl shlot at hiill. 'IThe iillet wullt straight throutgit I'at and killed ait alltn oni the other itlde oz the street. A policeiman comling along at the time ctaught hold of 11at, uand said ; '*I artint you for thu iturider of thait Inman." ' Ihtgora, now," said I'at, "how's that ? " 'T'he policemLnl replied : "It wias through you that mnan got killed." ' ' Andi he nairched Pat off.
OPINIONS DIFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
OPINIONS DIFFER. -+ She had been *having fun with Dudekins a long time, and he numde up what mind he had ,to get even It took the form of a brilliant and cogent conundrum, whose answer tiudekins thought was locked up in his manly bosom. " I have a conundrum for you. .Miss Fannie," he said, ' Ah I "1 she replied. " What is it? Who gave it to you ? " -' I made it myself," he asserted I; ndeed I What is it ?" - Why are .my clothes like tbe moon ? " She hesitated a moment and Dude kinsg began to look triumphant. "'You may think," she aild slow- i ly' (and Dudekins somewhat felt the s?nd slipping from under- him), " it Is because they have a man in them, tand you have, a perfect.- right to : -,thtink as you please; but, AMr. Duds-, Agcs.~p~(nni;·~~~
Alexandra and District Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
Alexandra and District Pro gress Association. Tlie monthly etivcin. of th, ilaove was h1d on ilhn 3rl in-t. Thel P'resident (Mr. (;. 1;. Leekie) twiiupiu.el tile chair. Also pru senuit-.M ors. . WVillimizij, Atigel, Conne'l, While, liaRze?y, \\'ard, Itiudi, llirdl, Cunry, 'IThe l otdiIn etio L thle prvioin meetinig ivoil read airl .icon, irined. Tal'rook liailwty. Accolimmini li ion. A lu'th r W'vit raIil fironi the Y ,i.l iniA; c.iJ uf ll )! 1 iissuc iition, II: I~IatIj.iy l' l'Jii frt titol in ll ii t iio tl. e tt! l ii?r-h . i nird .i at Tln~lbrook, n d Kui i n tt [! c: "lo a , )e - l pB inted to ull1t with one for. Veir o11 1 &lt;ilie put?tion to the I lllll tilio iri-i Mr. \.hiti, ?n. a hb d iniwuh phcagure in l Iopnr siin, t hlit ih ih t t ct -p11 '.I il ir'i r li tihat, the aliri t lot I. Hl ." ar). lieft i k f th llu o thlie f Er, in,. o filli ! I,O dl ii. t ' r im -iitf >l iinlll, T'his was tl!reldl. to. i . Visil. of Mr. Bliyce. nelntl Ti o l'trilt IBu tll, nilr...
Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
Bush Fires. Up to Saturday last, the bush fires on Mount Despair, on the Black Hange, had been causing considerable ,lartn, but the splendid rains of Sunday and Monday, put an end to the trouble and anxiety experienced the previous fortnight by completely extingunishing the lires. While the blaze lasted :tand the wind was re peatedly changing from one" point to another, it was not safe to leave the fire at. such plAces were the lowlands were threatened, .and judging-from reports received it is evident that the ;eople residing between Buxton and Molesworth, for it was along the whole of this route that the fire extended- had a trying time. but their exertions were rewarded with success. Time after time the onrush of the fire was either stayed or diverted ; its progress being watched day and night by relays of men. It appears the tire origin ally started at Molesworth in the vicinity of Cotton's Pinch, and was the outcome of carlessness on the part of rabbit trap. pers. Soon after the...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
In Memoriam. CUMMING.--In loving remembrance of my dearly loved mother, who departed this life at "Glencairn," Kanumbra, on &nbsp; March 11, 1909. &nbsp; When earth's songs have all been sung, Labor ended, trials done; "We'll meet again," oh, happy word. And be "for ever with the Lord." -Inserted by her loving daughter and &nbsp; grandchildren, J. ROUNTREE, C.D.R., &nbsp; and J. R.
The Kilties Band. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
The Kilties Band.. In our ai!uscment column of to-(lday's iniue will ibe fiound :arlieiltaes of tile visit of thu Mellbourne Caledoniarn Kilties Concert Landl to Alexandra, on Gooad Friday, March 2ti'h. This hand is a uniiique combination, consisting of 20 instrimientaist:;, of whIo 12 iar, vocalists, and the iproraitne which they nahirnit in qliite novel and really more of a polpular enilertainmlent than a band per formanlce. The conductor, Mr Riley, has the liind si coropletely utlder control, thia litch vocal tlln is aiccOiimp:niei d lby eight piicked instrunenltdlsts. iDrnm Major Aodervtii, whlo is the cotmedian of the company, is ai hoot in himself, and is a'well-kiown bilte at thel intelr Milituary c.mili lire concerts. Mr E.l. Alleni, the brilliant tenorli; Mr W. honteilt, Scotchl halluidist ; lIessrs i'arse mid Thomnson, baritocint, and Mir larcry I'ride, bas?i, are all vicaliils of sole stanlding, and along with 'Mehssrs M'boll,. Little and Stuart, they firn the doiblle i·o...
Upper Thornton. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 11 March 1910
Upper Thornton. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The rtpper T'hornton picnic and sports were held on the local sports ground on the 3rd inst. - The weather was favorab!o and thu gathering quito up'to the usual standard. The cvegts were all well-con tested, and resulted as follows: Maiden Hunter's Contest.-- Nicholas' Ding, 1; Coller's Phylis, 2; WV. New. man's Dublin, 3. Pony Hunters.- Nicholas' Baley, 1; Rob's Whisp, 2. Open Hunters.- -V. Taylor's Press Boy, 1 ; Coller's Phylis, 2. Pony Race.-Press Boy, I; Whisp, 2. Hack .lrace.- Forsyth's Toprow, 1; Phylis, 2. A nueat regrettable accident occurred in this race. Mr. FI. Robb, the well-known and popular rider, was riding Mi. Itobinson's Star, and, almost inmme diately the race started the horse com meniced playing up, bucked into a bar - wire fence, and turned completely over. Although Mr Robb cleverly cleared hiin, self of the hors bhe sustained a nasty fall, but,, although in- his charaeteristic style e narim verv light of his injuri...