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No title [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

The weather during, the past week has been hot and sultry, . yesterday es pecially, being a regular brickfielder, the mercury reaching the- century mark. Last night a cool change took place, and ; at tlie time of going to' press rain was j threatening. For the month of Novem ber 14 9 -noints of rain was registered. all but two of which fell during the first three days. The total rainfall for the year 'up to date is 26.95 inches. A meeting of the Stratford Sugar Beet Syndicate was held on Tuesday evening at the Shakespeare lodge room. There were about 25 gentle men present, and the chair was occu pied by Mr E. J. Swan. The secre tary reported thaLt, as instructed, he had written to the Misses M'Intosh asking for permission to plant -maize in place of the beet. He had received a reply refusing the request. The field manager reported that the beet crop was not worth saving, as the necessary cultivation would be too expensive. After a deal of discus sion it was decided that a deputation...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NO CHINESE TYPEWRITERS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

NO CHINESE TYPEWRITERS. Typewriters are now made for use in nearly - a hundred different lan guages, and they are sold all over the world; but there is stili one great na tion which, for a very simple reason, has no typewriters that write its tongue. That nation is China. The English alphabet has 26 let ters, the Russian 36. The typewriter produced for the Russian market is the largest made; but no typewriter could be made that would begin to be big enough for the Chinese language, which has no alphabet, but is repre sented by sign characters, of which there are about 50,000. Of the great number of words found in the English language only a small proportion are used for the ordinary purposes of speech, and the same is true- of the characters used in the Chinese lan guage; but the number of Chinese characters commonly employed is still far greater than could be put on any typewriter. But that does not mean that no typewriters are sold in China. More and more Chinese are learning othe...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Orbost Line. WORK TO BE IMMEDIATELY COMMENCED. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

iThe Orbost Line. WORK TO BE IMMEDIATELY COMMENCED. Immediate action is to be taken towards the construction of the Bairnsdale-Orbost line, and the Minis ter stated that within a few weeks there will probably be 200 men en gaged on the earth-works. Mr Bill son was on Tuesday interviewed by a representative of the Sarsiield resi dents to whom he showed an exhaus tive report from the construction branch on the whole proposition, and the loeal delegate then intimated to the Minister that he was satisfied with the surveyed route The Engineer for Construction will call shortly for tenders for the con struction of three bridges — one over the Mitchell River, near Bairnsdale ; a second over the Nicholson River, about six miles out, and a third over the Tambo River, near Brutheu. These three bridges are regarded as likely to offer the most considerable difficulties in the whole construction scheme. One advantage to the con struction branch is that it will find no difficulty in securing ampl...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VAGARIES OF THE TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

VAGARIES OF THE TIDE. There are as many vagaries in the waters as in the winds. Why, for in stance, should three great ocean cur rents^isend their warm' waters' across the wide Pacific, Atlantic/ and across the Cape of Good Hope? There have been many theories advanced to solve I the problem of their origin, but all have Droved fallacious. Other and equally mysterious currents exist in well nigh all parts of the world. The tides are so erratic in different parts of the world that one hesitates to ac cept the theory that the moon controls them in all cases. It is on record that the sea has run for weeks out of the Java Sea, through the Straits of Sunda, and thence back again for a like period, without any perceptible rise and fall during those times. Then there is the Equatorial current that flows into the Caribbean Sea, the ever flowing current to the eastward around Cape Horn, the cold stream flowing from the icy regions of the north past Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, and along the ...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sport in General. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

Sport in General. Rifle Shooting On Thursday and Saturday last, on the local range, 1st and 2nd class matehes were fired at 400 and 500yds for trophies presented by Messrs R. Dunstan and A, L. Johnson. In the 1st class match the winner turned u p in A. Stewart, W. Bartlett and H. Peters being second and third. Tlie 2nd class match was won by H. Hop kins, C. Stewart, junr., and' li. Jones filling the minor positions. Follow ing are the scores : — - jSTame 400yds 500yds Hdcp. Total a. Stewart uy 32 . 7 GS W. Bartlett 34 ,'53 aor 07 H. Peters 28 29 S 65 . J.King »1 30 3 64 H. C. Hopkins 29 H4 10 63 -3. Stowarc 26 - ' ? 30 ? ? ? ? -6 62 H. Banm 31 27 3 -61 C. Stewart, jnr 29 30 ? 2 61 W. H. Carter 32 2!) scr 61 ?T, W. Nedwell31 2l» -1 60 R. Jones/- 21) 26 4 59 . G. Stewart '31 2-5 2 . 6S H. Smith 28 -1$ VI ? 58 - C, Burley 24 21' 22 - 57 v . B. Blake ]26 29 2 57 E. Bartlett '22 .30 '3 56 H. Hickman 28 20 2 55 J. Brown 27 15 8 50 E.Lewis 29 4 12 45 L.Poole 33 20 S 47 H. M'Q.uillen 20 13 ...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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The Persecution of Bob Pretty. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

The Persecutidn of Bob Pretty. By W. W. Jacobs. The old man sat on his accustomed bench outside the Cauliflower. A gen erous measure of beer stood in a blue and-white jug at his elbow, and little wisps of smoke curled, slowly up wards from the bowl of his church warden pipe. The knapsacks of two^ young- men lay where they were flung on the table, and the owners, taking a noontide rest, turned a polite, if bored, ear to the reminiscences of grateful old rage. Poaching, said the old man, who had tried topics ranging from early turnips to horse-shoeing — poaching ain't wot it used to be in these 'ere parts. No thing is like it used to be, poaching nor anything else; but that there man you might ha' noticed as went out about ten minutes ago and called me 'Old Truthfulness' as 'e passed is the worst one I know. Bob Pretty 'is name is, and of all the sly, artful, deceiving men that .ever lived in Clay bury 'e is the worst— never did a hon in-Ji$-life~an-L_5eve^ -. wanted the price bf :-a ...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

?Cricket. ? A match was played on' the local ground yesterday between teams re- ' presenting the Sale and Stratford clubs. Sale could only muster eight men and were easily defeated by the locals. The following are the scores : 8At,E. -S. Treloar, b G. Bedggood .. 1 J. Sutherland, e A. Stewart, b' J. Lee 19 F. Friday, b Bedggood . . ... . . 0 Patterson, c Thomson, b Johnson. 1 Johnson, b Baylis .. .. 3 Phillips, b Baylis .. .. .. .- 0 W. M'Laclilan, run out . . .. .. o Hebbard, not out . . . .. .. ..1 Sundries .. ' .. l4 Total for seven, wickets 34 STR4TF0HD. Bedggood, retired .. .. .. 34 Crow, b Friday . . .. .. .. 2 Swan, c Stewart, b Phillips '... . . 0 A. Thomson^c Hebbard,' b Treloar ., 13 M. Conway, b Friday .. ..19 D. Johnson, retired .. 29 T, Bowles, retired . , . . „ 28 J. Lee, c and b Johnson . . . . ..' 0 Sundries ;. . ... v. 1 [ , Total for eight wickete 127

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

The White Australia Policy It seems utterly wrong to allows Johnson and M'Vea to ? fight here,, but we have not got a white : champion. The reason of this we can supply: Both these men use frequently- tlieV- marvel lous A.B. Pills and. Cough. Cure, and A.B. ointment as . an : embroci\tion. Stocked by M. M'llroy, Briagolong and Stratford. Prices — 1/-& Is 6d. -Tiy them. -

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

8 Ttiev Cannot go \Y ronj». 1 seu-inj; m:ichine.-*esi-ecinlly whe-n you live in the country nnci .have * to fix it yourself. \VARI- I5ROS. Machines have fewer parts than any other— -nothing to »»eL out of s order, I'outirischeaper than olher.s i\Ve pay trcijsht to your station — 1 guarantee every machine— and let 0 £ von have it on easy terms. S 1 Write tor illustrated Cataloir-post a ? Machines of all makes repaired, B 1 NeeiUes ami Parts supplied for any II 9 I Machine. fl j 9 33-33 Erro! St., Nth. Melb. j Neils Jorgensen, Agent for Windmills and Pumps of all Descriptions. Tanks Bnilt to Order. Estimates given for all General Work and Repairs. Agent for — * mX SS'FAEATOES. 1907 Model. Ball-Beaiing. Made in 7 sizes — 14 to 105gals. per hour. Skimming Capacity ''luaranteed. Price and Quality Defy Competition. Easy to Turn. Easy to Clean. Easy to Pay For. SALE SPORTS DEPOT RAYMOND ST . SALE, For all Spotting Goods. CRKEiT, HIMSIS, GIF, ETC. B.L. VGUNS from £l 15s. High Giarle FISHING...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

Startling Announeement THE WAR HAS NCT AFFECTED THE PRICES OF GOODS AT THE* V'\WELLlK]STOWN RAYMOND -STKE*T STORE. SUMMER SEASON 1911. A IABCE ASSORTMENT OP ZEPHYRS (Plain and cmptti), DEI. A IS ti:, AOlLtb, CAMBRICS, TAFFETA, CREPON, CREPE MERLE, ETC. ; A PINE DISPLAY OE - 3L0USEAND DRESS LENGTHS, UNDERSKIRTS, BLOUSES ' UXDE tlC LOT HING. TNFAST.V DRESSES, ETC. ' ?-P^TJ£rE,rr£l SOMETHING NEW ! ? WJlOIilO. I IKE AKD QUALITY UNSU3PAED MTTJJISiEIRT GC0D VAlU'e this a?1JLJL-iJL/JL1- J. . ., DEPARTMENT. 'Jhe S:cck js^,rew and L'p-to-Date, including Fancy Straws, Roses, - Grasses, Eic.. Also a Large Assortment of Childrens* and Maids' Hats. I ' ' I . Special Saturday Offer. r A Specil offer of Clothing wiil be made for One Day On'y. Saturday. December 2. The offer is only for One Day and cannot be extended. j Lace and Insertion, black white and cream. Something i Extra Special. j To be cleared at. a Great Sacrifice. | FOR SALE. Double-Seated Buggy. A Bargain. One SB-gallon Alfa De-Laval ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

SPORTS & PICNIC. At The Quarry, Fieestone Creek, briagolong. BOXING DAY, Tuesday, December -6, 1911, ADULT PROC R.AMME Sheffield Handicap, v 30 yards. . 'lstj £1 -5* 2nd 10*, Srd L5s. , 4 2s. Maiden Plate, 10D yards. 1st 15s, 2nd 5s. Entry Is. . - Hurdle 'Race; 120 yards. 1st 15s, 2nd 5s. Entry Is. Log-chopping Contest (15in. logs). 1st 30s, 2nd 10s, 3rd 5s.. Entry 2s Double-handed Sawing (15in. logs).' 1st £1. Entry Is. Sheaf Throwing. 1st 15s, second 5s. 1 Entry Is. Stepping adistance. 1st 17s, 2nd Ss, 3id 5s. Entry Is. Potato Race 'on bicycles, j 1st 10, 2nd 5s. Entry Is. Throwing Cricket Ball at Wicket. 15s. Entry Is. Potato Race, on horsebabk. ' 1st 10s, 2nd 2s. Entry- Is. Youths' Handicap (age 14 to 17). 1st 5s, 2nd 3s/ 3rd 2s. Entry 6d. Rope Quoits. 1st 5s. Entry Is. Cutting off Rooster's Head (blindfold) 1st. 5s. 2nd 2s 6d; Entry 6d Bari el Race (Biindfolcl), 100 yards. 1st 5s, 2nd 2s (3d. ? Entry Gd. -Rules foB Log chopping contest. — 1. Competitors to reside, withi...

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The Mutton Birds of Cape Woolamai. For the SENTINEL. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

The Mutton Birds of Cape Woolamai. . ; — ? — — : ? w, ? ; ? rj— . By Jas. Y. Mkkk.w, Duisojr. For the SKvrrxKr.. . One of the most interestina* spots in the Commonwealth, particularly during the third and fourth weeks. of November, is . Cape Woolamai^ the Astern hendlnMljf PfcHlip'lisiand, 'on the sou tli coast of : V ietorin. It is notable from a geological point of view, being composed largely of ^xce^eut red granite, some columns of which stand to the height of hundreds of feet, like sentinels gnaiding the island from the fury of the ever restless ocean. On the sandy soil grow reeds, rushes and tussocks in great pro fusion. - On account of its steep declivities, ?soft, yielding soil, and splendid cover, it is a favourite spot for the mutton birds (a speoies of petrel) to lay their eggs and rear their youuy. ? ????There are three rookeries on the island, the largest being on the Cape The surface of theground for perhaps 1 DO acres is honey-corn bed with holes resembling rabbit bur...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Cricket. AVON DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

Cricket. AVON DISTRICT COMPE TITIONS. Hie following are the rules for the above competitions :? — 1. That the Competition be a single round. 2. Resolved that all Clubs entering the Competitions pay an entrance fee of 10s 6d, tlie money to be handed over to the Club winning the Competition, less 10s 6d to go to. runners up. 3. Matches to be played on Thursdays ana ©Hturaays. , 4. Each competing team shall pro vide one umpire in all matches, the same to be submitted to the captain of the opposing team. 5. A win to count 4 points, a draw 2. 6. The side scoring the greatest number of points at the close of the contests to be the winners. 7. Matches shall start at 2 p.m., and the wickets shall be drawn at 6.45 in December and January ; 6.30 in Novem ber and February ; arid G o'clock in other months, unless otherwise arranged by the two competing clubs. , 8. Any club not prepared to start at the appointed time (weather permitting) shall forfeit the match, provided they cannot give, in the...

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STRATFORD BUSH FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

STRATFORD BUSH FIRE BRIGADE. t A meeting of the above body was 'Iteld on Friday evening last, Mr S, Jarre 1 occupying the chair. COliRKSt'OXDEXUE. A letter was read from ilr G. Poole, ' senior, stating that the trustees of the Methodist Chuich had granted the brigade permi-sion to ring the church 'bell iu cat-e of fire, — Received// Vote of thanks passed to the trustees. FINANCE,. The secretary reported that there »»s a sum of £1 16s 9d to th& credit ©f the brigade. . Mr, Ned well moved, and Mr. Aird seconded, that all members who paid their subscription last jear be con sidered financial for the current year. — Carried. GENERAL, MrNedwell said that instructions jbad been issued by the Postal Depart ment to the effect that the telephone could be availed of without charge, to aidvise of outbreaks of fire. Mr. T. Poole suggested that a list ] of the itauies of persons willing to go to a fire ba left with the treasurer. OFFICERS.'' The following officers were ap pointed Chairma...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

OOD Grass Paddocks to sell or let joining Stratford, also Township Property. Apply to this office Presbyterian Church, Stratford. THE AMNUAL CONCERT AND SOCIAL Will be held on TUESDAY, DEC. 5, 1911 At 8 p.m., iii the PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCHI Tlie Congregation and Friends are specially invited to meet Rev. PROFESSOR ADAM,, -who will give a Scotch Entertainmerit. Excellent Musical Programme. Supper. Moonlight. Adnmsion, Is. FRANK BOUCHER, Hon. Sec. 'Notice . * T-HE MUNRO PICNIC AND SPORTS will be held as usual on Boxing Day, '26th December, 1911 D. ROBINSON, Hon. Sec. 1 Notice rpHE RIGHT of PUBLICAN'S BOOTH, at Munro Picnic and Sports, Boxing Day, will be sold at MathiesoK and Davis' yards, Strat ford, on Monday, December 4th. 1911. Avon Shire Pound. TMPOUNDED at Stratford, by T. A Gilder Biindle Cow, white patch on face, small slit under near ear, 5 near rump, like CG off rump; Red Baldy Calf, progeny of above. Red and White Cow, like 0 near ribs, I near, shoulder, punch hole and split o...

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ILLEGAL BETTING. IN A BILLIARD ROOM. EINE OF £20 IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

ILLEGAL BETTING. IN A '-BILLIARD ROOM. E1NE OF £20 IMPOSED. At the Sale Court of Petty Sessons on Monday, before Mr Harris, P-M.„ A, P. Loorham was charsed with hav ing, whilst the occupier of the billiard room at the Crown Hotel, used the same for betting on horse races. He pleaded not guilty and was de fended by Mr Rice. Superintendent -Fowler said that the defendant was the lesssee or the Crown Hotel billiard room. From information received, he instructed two constables to visit the place. One. of them stopped at the bote', the* ! other occasionally visited it, and oa several days in November saw the defendant betting. M. .1, Dinneen deposed that he was the licensee - of the Crown Hotel Sale, He had., known the defendant for.'years, and he leased the billiard room from witness. Defendant paid 25/ per week rent, and had full con trol of the room. , Mounted Constable Thomas, of Toors, deposed that, acting under instructious, he went to the billiard room at the Crown Hotel. He was i...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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Briagolong. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

Briagolong. (From our ow n correspondent). The annual meeting of the Briago 3ong Athletic Club was held on 'Wednesday, 22nd inst. _ The balance-sheet showed a credit fadaoce cf £23 8s lid, £6 of this 'being the profit from last year's meet ing. It was decided to hold sports as nBnai, on New Years Day, and to in ? create the prize money to £30. 3Ir T. Bennett was elected secretary at a salary of £2 2s Od, and the follow ing ofiice-bearers were appointed : — President, Mt F. Hall. Vicepresi dents : Messrs J. J. Cahill and L. Walters. Treasurer. Mr J. Forbes. ^Committee : Messrs Saunders, Hickey. .A. McDonald,.!. M'Donald, It. M'Innes y W. Cullane, Porter and W. R. Noble, ' 'with power to add. The offer of £3 3s Od from Mr Hall lor ihe publican's booth was accepted, was also the offer of 5s for refresh ment booth from Mr Hickey. After the above meeting an im promptu meeting of the cricket clnb ~wjis held, at which it was decided not .-to enter auy competition. The ba ?Jance-sheet showe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

Mrs E. S. HUNTER BEGS to infoiin the residents of Stratford that she is piepared to supply the CHOICES L1 MILK, CREAM, EGGS, BUTTER, POUL TRY, etc. daily, at leasonable rates. Address : M'MiJlan Street, Strat ford, near Railway Bridge.

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ORANGE-BLOSSOM. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

i ORANGE-BLOSSOM. One of the prettiest ceremonies in ..the form of _ a military wedding- ever held in Northcote was conducted oh Saturday evening, 4th ' November, in the High. Street Methodist Church, Northcote, when- Mabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Archbold of j 'Joalgay, JNormanby .Avenue, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Ashton, youngest son of Mrs. Morri son of Stratford, the officiating clergy man being ' the . Rev. Dr. 'Watkin, assisted by the Rev. . Percy Knight. The, church , was prettily decorated for# the occasion. The service was fully choral, Miss Horner presiding at the organ, playing the Bridal, and 'Wedding March. The bride who entered on the arm of her father was beautifully gowned in white Duehesse satin with overdress of silk embroidered net and court train. Her embroidered net veil was arranged over 'a tulle cap, wreathed with orange blossom. A bonquet of watsonia and- orange blossom added to the charming effect. The bridesmaids were Misses McKen...

Publication Title: Stratford Sentinel And Briagolong Express
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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 1 December 1911

CHURCH SERVICES. Son pay Next. Presbyterian Church. — Stratford, 11 a m. and 7.30 p.m., Perry Bridge 3 (h.c.) — Rev. Professor Adam, B.D. Valencia Creek 11, Briagolong 3 — -Mr Eastman. ^ Church of England. — Stratford, 1 1 a.m. (h.c.), and 7.30 p.m.; Clyde bank, 2.30. — Rev. W. T. Prentice. ?? ?-

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