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Woodspoint. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 16 January 1914

Woodspoint. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) The Sports and Pic-nic held here on   Boxing day were a great success. The   weather was all that could be desired for   this time of the year, being fairly cool, consequently a large attendance was the order of tbe day, all the neighboring towns being splendidly represented, and great   interest was taken in the different items contested. An innovation was noticed in the programme as compared with the programme of former years in a Bending   race and also a Hunter's Trial, both items causing intense interest by competitors and onlookers alike. No hitch of any kind occurred to mar tho proceedings, and a good day's sport was the consequence. The following is a list of events and the successful competitors : SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. S. Trenfield, 15yds 1 R. Power, llyds 2 S. George, 18yds 3 MAIDEN HUNTERS' TRIAL. J. Cullen's Readilly's Pride 1 H. Ross's Barmaid II 2 LADIES NOMINATION RACE....

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Commonwealth MfeBaitU 0f Hustialia HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY Tbt# B&nfc is open (or all classes ol GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Hriibane, ftockhampton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drifts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letter* of credit (i>ue<i to auv part of the world. flflta negotiated or forwarded for collection. Bankintr and Kxchangc of every description tranuoted within tbe Common* wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. Advances made agamst approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Contral Offlco: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Bmochesin the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Tost Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Dopoalts from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% por annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within th...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

? CMRT Bllll 1 J 0 B 1 I 8 8 S8. < s the leading Hotel of the District. Commercial Travellers' Association House This Old Established Hotel lias been Extensively Renovated, the Wooden Portion of the Bunding being Replaced by Brickwork, and Visitors will find Every Convenience. C3-OOX3 STABLING. LOOSE BOXES. Eveiy attention for Families, Visitors Fishing, Cycling, Shooting and Pic-nic Parties. Acetylene Gas laid on throughout the Whole Building. HOT AND COLD B4.THS. .. M. A. DALE, Proprietress. ABE SOLD BY PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 15s. Ltng Guarantee. EASY TERMS. . Tested and Found THE BEST. In use alt over the Commonwealth. '".TL r JA'*- SZiV/ING MACHINES A LOCAL FIRM. The Comfort of Thousands of Housewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, and you can't wear them out. Ward Bros. 3G-33 Errol St.,North Melbourne The Best Appointed Hotel in the Ranges. This Hotel has recently undergone Extensive Alterations, and is no...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Darlingford. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Darling-ford. I'llOH Ocil CoBHESFOXDKNT. Io my last ro Miss Ni'CIIIcsb'b presentation I omitted Miss Nickloss thanking the children for thoir nico proBent. She said that sbo would buy something with tlio purso o£ sovereigns and it would lccop hor in remembrance of them. Sho also thanked the Committoo for their very kind expressions about her; in fnct, sho had received the greatest kindnoos from tliom all since alio bad como amongst them, and on her return aftor hor holidays she would endeavor to morit their good wislios, Harvesting operations nro almost com pleted and tho next thing is tho thresher and cbaffcutter, but in tho meantimo wo must attend to bunny and got more poisoning done beforo tho rain comes. loBt year thero was not sufficient poisoning done before tho rain carne. Thero is Bomu talk of having another pic-nic down at Darlingford, If thoy have somo liorBD jumping, it will bo all right, but if not it will be no good to mo for one. Our bush fires are protty well out now ...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nee timide. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

©i)£ (Stfjvoniclc. PUBLISHED BTSBY JTHIDAY. Nec temere nee timide. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23 1914 THE gratifying success of Mr Watt and his colleagues, tlio ending of littlo differencea in the Liberal Party arc, it ia to bo hoped, the prelude to earnest work in Parliament. On a of the urgent measures requiring immediate attention is tho Workers' Compensation Bill. To somo extent it baa always been recognised that tho man who is disabled whilst about bis work is entitled to I compensation. Even when tho law was [ wholly unsatisfactory, many wealthy ' employers and many wealthy companies treated those who were maimed whilst about their work with generosity. But there are some mean and many poor employers. Tho mean one will not pay if by any legal quibble ho can escape his liability; the poor one cannot pay, for he is fighting hard for a bare livelihood. Tho measure submitted by the Watt Ministry last session provides for all these cases. It makes (he insurance of employes compulsory. The sma...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Celebration of Mrs Allen's Fifty Years' Residence in the District. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Celebration of Mrs Allen's Fifty YearB' Eesidence in the District. An interesting oreat took place at Ton Mile, on Tuesday Inst, the occasion being tho oolebration of Mrs'Allen's fifty years' residence at Ton Mile. Throughout the day numerous friends from the surrounding district continued to arrivo, 0110 old gontloman (Mr Eichard O'Brien) oighty years of oge, haling ridden ovor tlio hills for a distance of 15 milos. Mrs Allen, whom wo aro ploasod to say io now con valoscont aftor her vory sorioua illnoofl, wan dolightod to moot so uinny friends. Many oxpocted to have oeon her looking very much worao. Though not iiblo to bo prosont at tho diunor, later iu Lho iljiy tho toast of her health, proposed by Kov Father Mornor, who dwolt at length ou her many christian tirtues and her kindly acts to all clasaos of tho community, was enthusiastically drank by tho company. Mr T. II. Allon feelingly responded on bohalf of his mother. We thoroughly endorse tho romarUa of tho Rov Fatlior Mornor,...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

LAW UK LATINO TO 'MBWSPAPEKHi 1. Suhtcribers who do not giro express notice to I ho contrary tiro considered hi wishing lo continuo their subscription. 2. If. subscribers oidcr tlio discontinunnco of t heir,|)uriu(1;cnl«, tlio publisher tnaj continue to send limn milil nrrenrs nro paid. , 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to tnko periodicals from (ho oflteo !o which they nro dirretcd, they nro held responsible until the; have settled thoir bill?, mill ordered tlio periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers more to other places without informing publisher?, nnd tlio pupers aro sent to thoir former direotlou, tlio subscribers aro icspotmblo. 5. Tlio courts linvo decided that refusing to toko periodicals from the ofllca or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima facie cvidcnco of in tentional fraud. G. If subscribers pay in adrnuco for periodicals they aro bound to giro notico to tho publisher nt tlio end of tho tiuio thaL they do not wish to continuo tnkiug it, otherwi...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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The Programme of the Watt Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

I'ho Programme of fclio Watt Jainistry. The country districts arc well represented in tbo Watt Ministry and the programme, as outlined in Mr Watt's speech at ISssendon, is essonlially n country programme, ns outlined in Mr Watt's specch at Essondon,- is osspntinlly a. country pro gramme. A- 'sustained policy of railway extension and inoreoBcd ootivity in dealing with immigration are its prinoipal features. Thc«o aro questions in which tho progress of tho Stale is intimately bound up, antl a Minielry which will gi*o earnest attontion to them will merit tho support of all sections of the Liberal Party. There are still great areni of tho oountry districts which are only partially developed and which must remain so until they aro linked op with tho. Railway system. Land 20 or 30 miles | from n railway station, and without good roods cannot be turned to its best use. There is scarcely a country electorate in the State which does not afford shocking examples of these conditions. A wise an...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

P: NURSES of Large Experience Recommend usi to their Patients, NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street, Brunswick. Vic., writes as follows (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. Iu January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and rundown. 1 gave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was as well as 1 could wish her before long. Fourteen years ago I first used this medicine as a nurse and have recommended it times out of number. I have seen people restored to heall !i and strength, ami bless u.e day t'my heard of it. it never failed to do ^cjJ. ( ian.'U) CATHERINE korti;:G. 1 CTJRTIS'S arid HARVEY^ Explosives. DRAGGNlBf^^^f \M BRAND BLASTING GELATINE, GELATINE' DYNAMITE,;; GELIGNITE, CHEDDITE, BLASTING POWDER, & DETONATORS-:, Contractors to the Victorian Railways, Stato Coal Mino, Public Works...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Motor Excursionists. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Motor Excursionists. A pari/ of motorist?, who became stranded in tho ranges nt Matlock, in tho rocont Holidays, )md roost cxcifting c*porj'orco3. Ono of ibo members, Mr H. Scott, of St Kilda, was for 60 hours without food (says tho "Herald") and moro than 40 hours without wator., Ho was rcsouod whon ho had mado up'his mind to moct death. Othors of tho parly succeeded, after a long walk, in escaping extreme hardships. Between Motlook and Warburton tho car rnn out of oil, and tho bearings bocamo ovorhoatod. Mr Scott, in his efforts to obtain holp, walked 86 miles without food or water, and ultimate]/ dropped exhausted by tho roadway, nearly ton nrilos from Walsh's Creok, whore, in a somi-conscious condition ho was found by a passing mailman. Tho othors walked portion of tho way, and rodo thj rdmainder into Warburton. Tho party was composed of; U. Scott, St Kilda ; W. T. Forstor, Camberttoll; J. Forater, Aspoudale ; 0. Charlton, Eaefc Melbourne j and A. Oakloy, East Melbourne. Mr Scot...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 23 January 1914

Onlv a liitter moclrerv. The world is full of delights in which he cannot share. He can buy them but not enjoy tliem. tind is poor despite his millions. This'is FperMlv true of the dyspeptic-the man v.h' > v - dipest his food. \Ylicn the stoniacil («!?.' to effectually perform its natural we:!;, food censes to nourish and causes pcin. heartburn, wind, acidity, and a host of other troubles which >poil life. Pcrfcct digestion is the foundation of sound health, and that is assured by the use of tile world-renowned digestive tome and stomac.nc remedy, Mother Seigel's Syrup. Mrs. Maria Manuell, 9', Lennox Street, North Richmond, Victoria, writes on July =.st, .ocS : "It would be .nrpossile to overestimate the benctit Mother Seigel s SjTrnp 1...S u.n I or red upon me. When my health was completely brolken dovT Jiroiihli iudigestiou, and I scarcely dared to look at fo°a; ?c^ ! restored inc my lost health and strength, and that after man} ouir methods of treatment bad been tried in va...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Commonwealth JggfcSanfc of Eustralta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Banle !i open for nl! classes or GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLIPJS STREET, MELBOURNE Abo at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, I'crth, Ilobart, Urisbane, ttnukhampton, Townsville, and London. Cable wmlttanco3 made to, and drawn on foreign place? direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit Umed to any part of the world. Hill* negotiated op forwarded for collection. Ban tin-- and l.\ohan;*e Hitsine** of crery description transacted within the Common* wealth, United kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Intercut mid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 3)7 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Aerenclos at I'oit Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from !/. to £300. Interest at 3,*.' por Annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Ajjcncy within the Common...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

t s the leading Hotel of the District. Commercial Travellers' Association House This Old Established/Hotel lias been Extensively Renovated, the Wooden Portion of the Buliding . being .Replaced by Brickwork, and Visitors will find Every Convenience.,' , . GOOD ST-A-BLIHSrO-. LOOSE' BOXES Eveiy attention5 for Families,- Visitors Pislring^ Cycling, Shooting and Pic-nic Parties. . .: \ Acetylene Gas laid on throughout;the Whole Building. ' HOT AND COLD BATHS. v.""'" M. At DALE, Proprietress. test-TIie j SEWING pSSC MACHINES AKE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £9 15s. . Len£ Guarantee. $ EASY TS5M5. ^ Tested end Found - THE BEST. In use all over the Commonwealth. The Comfort cf Thousands of Hotnewives. They save more money and do more work with less labor than any ctlicr machines on the market, and you can't wear them out. Ward Eros. Sell them. Write for IUur.trate<i Caiain^iif. WARD HirlOSaq 38-38 Errol St,North Melbourne JUNCTION >TEL. The Best Appointed Hotel in the Ranges...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Tenuis. On Saturday last (17th) tlio Jamieson tennia playors journoyed to Loyola to play the return match with the local club. Tbo pro?iou3 match having been won by Loyola, the Jamieson team was eager to turn tho tables, and very nearly, but not quito succeeded. Owing to play being started a little late, the full programme could not bo carried out, one ladies' doublo not being startod and one mixed unfinished, with a set standing to tho credit of each side. Hail thia rubber been finished and won by Jamieson, tho match was theirs, but, unfortunately for them, timo was liickisicr, and the match, as far as played, wa3 a win for tho local club on rubbers, though behind on games, Afternoon tea was prepared by tho local ladies, and was much appreciated by playoi'B and spectators alike, Tho scores were as follow: GENTS' DOUIII.ES. Messrs Williams and Macliay (J) beat Messrs S. Maud and W. Griffiths (L), G-li, 0-1, Mosai's BnBtow and R. J)alu (J) boat Messrs T. Blaud and Gouyli (L), (i-2, C...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nec timide. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

C1je ©fjromcle. PUBLISHED BVBUY FEIDAY. JVec icmere nec timide. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 1914. Clause 67 of the .Mines Bill, lias caused considerable discussion in the Assembly, in consequence of the Council deciding to strike it out o£ the Bill. The bone of contention is " Shall it insist upon the Clause being retained, and send the Bill back to the House of review." It is to bo hoped that there will be some compro mise rather than the sum of £100,000 be lost to the mining industry this year. The clause, in question, gives the miner his righ to claim his wage from the proceeds of the sale of a mining plant, if it belongs to the company, or any other person. The Council's contention is, that it is unfair to seize a mining plant for wages if it had been loaned for the purpose of forwarding the mining industry and have no interest in the mino in question, and that the prospecting work could not bo carried out without the loaning of mining plants or obtained on terms, that very few companies...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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The State and the Farmer. HANDLING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

The State and the Farmer. -^ HANDLING OF WHEAT. Most people rcnliso in o general way that to at least throo States, Victoria, Now South Wales and South Australia wheat growing is u vitally important matter. Comparatively few, however, ha*o gone at all rarefully in to the figures or know how much tho cost of marketing affects, and must affect, tho area under ciiltiration. According to tho report of tho Royal Commission which considered the question, the prico of wheat has during tho Inst ten years varied from 2a 9d to -is 2d per builvid; when tho latter prico »9 paid tho farmer can afford to pay for bag3 and for out of dato methods of handling, but when tho lower prico rules tho cost of marketing under utterly out of date methods is ruinous. The report of the Koyal Commission says that tho cost of bags is from oixpunco to screnponco, that the cost of handling them is a bi^ item and that tho usual method of weighing iheui is quito unsatis factory. It adds, all who aro interested in th...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

IJAW IUCLATINO TO NEWSPAl'KKS. 1. StiWcrtbers who 'Jo not R»ro express notico to 1 lie contrary nre ronsidered ns wishing lo continuo their subscription. . 1 t.. . - 2. ]i >ubseril>ers oidor tlio. discontinuance / of their periodicals, ilie publisher may continue to scjnd them until arrears are puid. ' ' !L If subscriber* refuse or neglect to - lake periodicals from llio ofllco . to which:-lliry nro dirreted, tliey nro held responsible until jheyjiavo settled (heir bills, nnd ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. ' i 4. Tf subscribers more to other places Without informing publishers, nnd tho pnpors oro 'sent lo (heir former direction, (ho subscribers urc tefponsihle. ... . 5. Tho courts have decided (tint refusing to hike periodicals from'the ofllco or remoring or lonving them uncalled-for is prima facie oridenco of in tentional fraud. 6. If subscribers pay in ndvnnco for periodicals lliej oro bound to give notico to tho publisher at the end of tho lime (lint they do no...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Star of Erin G.M Co., Enoch's Point. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Star of Erin G.M Co,, Enoch's Point. Tho nboro company has issued its Bxlonco aheofc for ibo hftif year ending 31st Docombor. During tins timo £358 has been paid in wages and £0C in contracts to develop tho mine. Driving and rising has boon carriod out 132ft along tho dyko and risen 131ft, and a small orushing has boon put through. It is satisfactory to BOO that tho driving in'tho No 3 IOTOI ib likely to roaoh tho gold bearing stono at any timo. Should this bo mot with hero, thoro is overy probability of tlio noxt half yoar being u romuner ativo one. Tho shoot of gold in tho upper workings was in Bottled country so that thoro should bo littlo doubt of it continuing down through tho No 3 level and if this is so there will bo a largo quantity of backs to work. DIRECTOR'S REPORT. Wo beg to nubmit for your consideration the thirty eiith half yearly Report and Statement of Accounts to 31al December, 1013. Tho Mino Manager's report on tho work dono at tho mino you will also find herewith....

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

NURSE EVANS of Taimania and Victoria, writes her opinion ol 49 Provost Street, Nth. Melb., lb/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD, "I Lave been nursing for twenty yean in Tas tnnnia and Victoria, so my experience coven a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the best medi cine to give a patient. ; Some I bave nursed have , been so ill I never could bave taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What I am writing is founded oa ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is_ first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health. (Signed) NURSE EVANS." y Always keep this Medicine on hand | and you will keep healthy, It you } net it YOU GUT IIUAI.TU AN1) ftia.lKH 1'HOM I.OSS OH SI,KK1\ \ WKAKNHSS Al;n-;R IM.NKSS, | CONSTIPATION, INPIG USTll >IJ, POOR Al'l'lvTlTIJ, WKAK UKRVKS, and BII.tOULnN'l-SS. All STORES andTCilEMISTS SELL IT. Akekurst, Blackbourn, & Macdonald, lUlilUSIl...

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Goulburn River Flats. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 30 January 1914

Goulburn River Flats. Tho river (lata nvo composed of alluvial soil which has boon washed down from the furrounding nnd spread over tho low lying country by tho flood wators of contaric?. In many places it cxtonda to unfathomable depths, and for richness cannot bo surpassed. Thousands of ncres still remain mi clcarcd of Iho indigenous timber nnd uncsploited by tho plough, Tho flats avo not bcokon by lagoons or w/ilorcourses to tin extent which would hamper cultural operations. True it is that those occur at intervals, but. thoro are cxlonaivo unbroken strotehca of perfectly lovo) ground, on which no obgtruction ia I met with. Thcso are eminently suited for cultiva tion, and could bo tnrnod to n moro prolUablo account with small effort. An ifc ia at present tho majority of tho occupier* of Lhoso fertilo flats do liltlo more (nan sow down a very small proportion of (heir land under crops of maizo to tldo tlieir dairying hordtf orcr a few wcaka of tlio autumu. Dairying, for which tho o...

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