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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 24 November 1916

Bright Patriotic Xmas Carnival The whole of the Profits donated to the District Red Cross Societies. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2G, 1916 Horeo-Racirig:, Wood-Chopping: and Sundry Events Special Trains from Benalla and Wanqaratta PROGRAMME HORSE KVKNTS 1 BRIGHT HANDICAP. £i> Seven fur. longs. Winner to carry 7Jb penalty. First, £5: second. £l. Nnm, 4/. accept. 21 ' 2 NOVELTY POXY RACE, £3. Four fur longs, tfirst, £-2 10/; second, 10/. Nom. 2/, accept. 1/ 3 HACK RACE, £3. Six furlongs. First, £2 10/; second, 10/. Nom. 2/, accept. \f 4 WELTER HANDICAP, £1. Six fur longs. First, £3; second, £1. Minimum weight lOsfc. Nom. 2/fl, accept. 1/ 5 HANDICAP OPEN TROT, £4. Two miles. First, £3 ; secoud, £l. Nom. 2/(», accept. 1/ G JUMPERS' CONTEST, £3, 3ft. din. jumps. First, £2 10/; second, 10/. Nom, 2/, accept, 1/ Minimum weight for Handicap and Hack R'*ce, &»t 71b. IMPORTANT.-N.E. Unregistered Asso ciation -Rule*.-All Nominations, with fees (otherwise rejected), must be in the Secretary's ha...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Every Organ Suffers [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 24 November 1916

Every Organ Suffers If your food iB not properly digested every organ in your body suffers from ?want of nourishment. Constipation re sults and you become pale and sallow, nervous and anaemic. Avoid this by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. They will assist digeBtion and proper assimilation of food, thus providing nourishment for the whole body. Chamberlain's Tablets strengthen the bowels to act naturally without assistance. For sale by Walker Bros. Bright; J. H. Jones, Harriet ville; C. Lardi, Wandiligong; C. G. Goodman, Porepunkah ; J. Ritchie, Buck land.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Constipation may Cause Consumption [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 24 November 1916

Constipation may Cause Con sumption Many a case of consumption has been caused by oonstipation. The poisons stored up in the bowels permeate the blood, weakening the system until the patient falls an easy victim to con sumption germs. If your bowels will not act naturally assist them by taking Chamberlain's Tablets. A course ol Chamberlain's Tablets will relieve the most obstinate case of constipation and strengthen the bowels to act naturally without assistance. For sale by Walker Bros. Bright; J. H. Jones, Harrietville; C. Oardi, WandiliRong; C. G. Goodman, Porepunkah; J Ritchie, Buckland

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Federal Issues THE HUGHES MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 24 November 1916

Federal Issues THE HUGHES MINISTRY. LIBERALS throughout the Commonweal, are prepared to g.ve generous 3"A0.1"' t 10 Hughes Ministry, atipuUtinS that it shall be true to'jrelS B hi0"1? mat it snail 00 true to 3reat ttritv % Allies Without exceptioD 1Q a°d hQ^B .. UttHLI°u, ino mem« ^abouritea, 0 1H0 only 16 team, it party. Messrs ArchibaldVnd 8 I'SboUr bars of the aor^binet [V "!era" and though Mr Hughes may bo thT"6:' outstanding strong man of tlle °»>7 includes all .hat ie best in the eterans who, «^B77pen<lin2'7r^ti"° m the,service of the'Wean* * "r reduceG to the ranks because they A*Z when in office, to hint tin^ort ' Jrades Lmomst should do a fair a, > work for a fair day's pay, Mr Webster' Who was promoted to the Poitmastor' Generalship, of which Mr Ppence wa, 1 pnvad , startled the extremists by tejw them a few elementary home truths Zl more plainly than his predecessor h 3 done. Senator Pearce and Mr Poynton are politicians of more than ave ' " Sift ,lDd B-!...

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Ovens District Hospital, Beechworth [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 24 November 1916

Ovens District Hospital, Beeohworth THE following subscriptions wore received from Bright and District during the financial yoar ending Juno 30th, 191G : BRIGHT.-Shiro. Council L10, W. U. Goldsworthy " Observer " L2, tl. H. M 10/ H. Sy moods 10/, Mrs Masciorini 101, M. G. O. Fox 10/, Mra Abraham 10/, Sharp Bros, 5/, P. J. Breen 5/, J. T. Harvoy 5/, B. B. 5/, O. Sudekum.5/, E, J. Delany 5/, MiBa McLean 5/, J. Fulton 5/. A. Scott 5/, W. J. Kneebone 5/, W. Priest 5/, W. Puckham 3/ J. Fecher 3/, W. Rowo 31, H. Oakea 3/, D. Cameron 2/G, J. O'Sullivan 2/6, A. Hiege 2/6, Central Cycle Agency 2/G, G. Oakley 2/6, J. S. H. Walker 2/G, G. Anger 2/6, "Fiiend" 2/6, F. TraulBOn 2/G, J. A. Dando 2/6, Geo. Abraham 2/6, G. J. TUorburn 2/6, J. Doylo'2/0, BI. Lowler 2/6, Mra Flotcher 2/6, Box. Alpine Hotol 2/4, T. Smith 2/, F. Clark 2/, J. Stillard 2/, C. Grihble 2/, H. Farrelly 2/, A. E. Rowe 2/, E. Snoll 2/, G. Hepburn 2/, M. Stewart 2/, L. Renouf 2/, R. Cardwell 2/, S. Cherry 2/, T. 1 Cutter 2/, D....

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 24 November 1916

Sporting:. MR. E. J. HICKEY, son of Mr John Hickey, of Wangaratta, who was well known in this district in the early days of cycle racing, died on Friday at French Island from injuries accidently received whilst bathing. Deceased who was only 40 years of age, leaves a widow and young family. A beautiful gold cup, valued 150S0V5., was presented to the owners of the winner of the Melbourne Cup. It, was the first gold cup since the Tim Whifiler filly Briseis won for Mr J. Wilson in tS/6. On that occasion the trophy was given by Mr Jas. Blackwood, chairman of the club. Danny Maher, probably the greatest of all latter-day horsemen, died in a Nursing Home in England. He was a native of Hartford, Connecticut, U.S A , and first rode in England in 1900. Maher piloted over 1500 winners, and scored three successes in the English Derby. A few years ago he was reputed to be worth over £100,000, and owned valuable properties on Broadway, New York, and estates in England and Ireland. Murray Hobbs, ...

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Obituary MRS. SARAH REID-CONATY. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 24 November 1916

Obituary MRS. SARAH REID-CONATY. THE death occurred on Thursday night of last week at the Government Chalet, Mt. Buffallo, of Mrs Sarah Reid-Conaty, mother of Mrs Newton. Deceased, who was 79 years of age, had not been in good health for some time. The funeral took place at the Bright Cemetery on Saturday afternoon, the burial service of the Church of England being read at the graveside by the Rev. G. Brammall. Mr G. Sudekum carried out the mortuary arrangements.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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DISTRICT NEWS. HARRIETVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 24 November 1916

DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS]. HARRIETVILLE IT is not often that we, in this township, are privileged to have a visit from a party of Bright residents, but when such an event does happen, it naturally causes a little excitement amongst those local people who anticipate spending a pleasant outing with the visitors amid the moun- tain grandeur. One of those delightful occasions presented itself on last Sunday, when about twenty ladies and gentlemen from Bright and Wandiligong came to spend the day on Mount Feathertop, on which had just fallen a fresh lot of snow. Some of the visitors arrived on Saturday night, spending the evening at the Red Cross social, the others arriving by drag and other vehicles early on Sunday morning. They were joined by a number of local enthusiasts, and an early start was made up that sinuous and beautiful track which leads to one of the most picturesque spots in the Australian Alps The distance to Feathertop is only seven miles, but the summit is...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Magnesia for Acid Stomachs. TAKE A LITTLE IN WATER AFTER EVERY MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

Magnesia for Aoid Stomachs. TAKE A LITTLE IN WATER AFTER EVERY MEAL. NEVER mind the old fashioned advice to try this or that remedy for your indigest ion or dyspepsia Be guided by physicians and specialists who have devoted years of study to these troubles, and have learned what it is that causes flushed face after mealr, heartburn, flatulence, etc. They know that in nine cases out of ten these symptoms indicate acid in the stomach and food fermentation, and so, instead of prescribing drugs or artificial digestants, they recommend the use of half a teaspoonful of bisurated magnesia in a little water after meals. This neutralises the harmful acid instantly and also prevents all possibility of food fermenting in the stomach. The bisurated magnesia is of greater value than drugs or medicines, for it attacks the root causa of the trouble, whereas drugs merely deaden the nerves and disguise the symptoms. The genuine bisurated magnesia can easily be obtained from high-class chemists every...

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Legislators at Law [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

Legislators at Law THE hearing of an action in which Joseph Tilly Brown, of Williams-road, Hawks burn, formerly a member of the House of Representatives and previously of the Legislative Assembly, is claiming £250 from Alfred A. Billson, M.L.A., for breach of contract to purchase certain shares, was opened, before Mr Justice A'Beckett, in the Banco Court on Monday of last week. The plaintiff alleged that'on June 20th, 1911, he being (hen a holder of nine shares in the Anglo-AuBtralian Brewery Company Proprietary Limited, the de fendant promised to purchase these shares for £250, upon condition that the plaintiff would with-hold opposition to a scheme of re-construction and amalgamation, whereby it was proposed that the Border United Co-operative Breweries take over the business and aBBets of the Anglo Australian Brewery and the Albury Brewing and Malting Company. The defendant had since refused to carry out this agreement, and the plaintiff claimed £250. The defendant denied that he...

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Red Cross Society. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

Red Cross Society. THE Australian Red Cross Commission ers, London, have cabled asking that the public should be notified through the press that inquiries in regard ta Aus tralian prisoners of war should not be sent direct to London, but should be made through the Red Cross Information Bureau in the State in which the men have enlisted. This method will:result in much quicker replies to inquiries. Lady visitors have been appointed by the Australian Red Cross for most of the hospitals in England and Scotland, where the sick and wounded of the A I.P. are located. In a number of the larger centres and in some of the general hospitals Red Cross depots have been established, from whence comforts and clothing can be drawn, and in the case of smaller hospitals the goods are posted direct from London on requisition from the lady visitors or from the i O.C. Many of the visitors appointed are Australians. A leading nurse who has just returned to Melbourne from the western. front reports that ...

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"Famous Anzac." THE KING'S SPECIAL ORDER ON HIS FIRST INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

"Famous Anzac." THE KING'S SPECIAL ORDER ON HIS FIRST INSPECTION. THE following special order was sent by the King at the conclusion of his inspec tion of Australian and New Zealand iroops on Salisbury Plain : Officers, Non commissioned Officers, and Men,-To-day I inspected for the first time in this country troops from my Dominions of Australia and New Zealand. These successive contingents are the recognition by the Dominions of their obligations to the common defence of ihe Empire. I was particularly impressed by the soldierly appearance and physique of the men of the various units, while the warm hearted greeting accorded to me on my departure touched me deeply. The keen spirit'which animates all ranks shows that officers and men realiso what careful training and strict discipline are necessary to reach that high standard of efficiency demanded by modern war. Make good use of your time on Salisbury Plain, and reinforce the fighting line with worthy successors to those who have ma...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

Sporting. PROGRAMMES for the coming Christmas Patriotic Carnival have now been issued, and although the prize money has been cut down as compared with previous years, a day's fine sport should be the outcome. In the horse events there are seven items, including the Bright Handi cap, £6 ; Novelty Pony Race, £3 ; Hack Race, £3; Welter Handicap, ±'4; Han ! dic.ip Trot, £4; Jumpers' Contest, £3. The wood chopping contests, always popular here, have been confined to the " sprint" timber, and in consequence will take with the " lesser lights.'' The youths' standing chop is on 24m. logs ; while the standing and underhand chops, on 36m. ! logs, are for axemen who have never won more than £3. During intervals several races for children will be decided. Jud- j ging by present indications, the fields throughout will be numerous. Several j local horses are already in training, and budding axemen are also preparing their j steel. I The V.R.C. Spring meeting was concluded at Flemington on Saturda...

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The Ovens District Hospital Carnival. CORONATION OF QUEEN OF QUEENS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

The Ovens District Hospital Carnival. CORONATION OF QUEEN OF QUEENS. THE OvenB District Hospital Queon Car nival was brought to a successful and enjoyable conclusion on Wednesday night of last week with a torchlight procession, concert and the coronation of the Queen of Queens. The weather had caused the conimitteo, and all others interested in the success of this final function, groat an xiety, but the heavy banks of clouds which gathered in the west passed over just before eight o'clock. The Beechworth Town Band, Fire Brigade, Girls' Red Cross and Rotujned Soldiers marched in procession from Church-street to the park with torches and fireworks and the Btreets were thronged. A special train from Yack andandoh brought several hundred passengers Special trips were run liy the Stanley coaches and all parts of the district contributed to the groat crowd which assembled. It was a stirring sight. Upon arrival at Queen Victoria Park it waa found that the committoe had roped oil an nvenne ...

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Rifle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

Rifle Notes. PRIVATE W. J. FULTON, formerly of the local rifle club, demonstrated on Saturday at WilliamBtown that ho ie still araongat the State's orack riflemen. Shooting in the metropolitan v. country match, he succeeded in putting on 42 at 500 yards, and 44 at 600 yarda, and gained 12th place in hie Bido of 25. ? The top score was 32, so that being only six points behind was very creditable indeed. Thiity-aeven country riflemen firod and the boBt 25 counted. The city tfiarknmon won by 81 pointa. Shooting with tho post and telegraph club againai Collingwood and Fitzroy on Saturday last, J. Suart, a former crack local ride shot score1! 4G at 500 yards and 44 at 600 varda, or a total of 90. E. W. Tickell, formerly of Wandiligong, put on 85 in tho same match, hia totals being 41 and 44 respectively. The monthly competition of tho Wan diligone U.C. was canluded on Saturday last; the coDditioDB being 10 ahots ut 600 yards. E. C. Caddy won, with a score of 47. including handioap (7) Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

A MINER SMS For Years He Worked in Wei Ground, Kidney 'Pains and 'Uerrible (Backache. Clements Tonic Sured This letter WAS written from Tubbul Station, Via Young, N.S.W., Atff., 15/11. Mr. Wiseman, the writer, strongly recommends *11 miners to use this medicine, bectuie it is such A powerful oerre and blood purifier that it counteracts the ill-effects oi UNDERGROUND . confinement and bad air upon the system. Alter reading this letter, get Clements Tonic and keep healthy CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "Ai a oiner far y«ar« I worked in Wit fronad, tod BOW it ii telling on me, for 1 inlier with nykldaoye andbickaeht tad Ion oi appitito. "Deitota is YOSBJ told Dt I bid hydatids, aid uld as operation night bo neceiiary. Thtlr medicine did BO to good. I reiolrod against it. I w«i 10 aitd op 1 could not walls far, trithont a sp«U. 1 triad all taediciaea, and pUU, ay1lia has beta a 071917 to QO( nntil I tried Clementa Tonic. Tit first and second bottlai Lad poor elfeet, bat the third did. I wai itrpr...

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Overseas Tobacoo Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

Overseas Tobacoo Fund. THE Southern Cross Tobacco Fund has existed for about eleven months During that time some £15,000 has been collec ted, and every penny of that amount has been expended upon tobacco and cigar ettes tor the men at the front. It is one of the prim ipal features of the scheme that in every parcel distrihuted to the men a post card, bearing the name and address of the sender of the gift, is en closed. This enables the man who receives the parcel to send a line of thanks to the man or woman at home who has thought of the welfare of the fighter abroad and translated the thought into action. But, while in hundreds of thousands of cases the donors of gifts have received cards thanking them for their goodness, there are others who have contributed to the Fund who have never received an acknowledgment of their kindness. Those who give to the Fund however, need have no cause to feel that their gifts do not reach their destination. Every package is distrihuted under the su...

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Australia's Financial Peril. NEED FOR ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

Australia's Financial Peril. NEED FOR EOONOMY. v. It. IB anlike/y that Australia will send ' *cy very large further reinforcements to tbe assistance of the Empire and "its Allies; it may however so conduct ltd affairs aa not to be a dead weight : by perpetually begging for ever larger ?ad larger loana. If wo will not help . Kfo&tly, at leaBt we must not hindet greatly. More than that, those to whom tlia patriotic aspect of the Nuance issue does not appeal, do well «o remember that our politicians are . 'tiding for a (all more disastrous than that of the nineties of last century. Such a crash means suffering and dis comfort which those who have lapped ? themaelveB in luxury, who have worked little and thought leaa will feel far more acutely than those who have led strenuous liveB, doiDg their beat, be it in martial or in the industrial arena. So both on selfish and UDBelSsli grounds, it is essential ? that an end should be put to the ' foolish flinging away of money by Federa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

MELBOURNE G.G. FOX, B.A., LL.B., SOLICITOR,. 8AVAN-STREET, BRIGHT. TBDST MONKYS TO LEND. [Tel. No. 10, Bright.] DENTISTRY. G. A. Payne, L.D.S., Dentist C. E. Donnelly £^0^0^ of Murphy-btreet, WANGARATTA, WILL visit Bright and Myrtleford every second week, and may be consulted at Mrs. Abraham's Stai Hotel.-DATE OF NEXT VISIT : BRIGHT, Uonday, Nov. 27,4 to 7 p.m, and Tuesday, NOT. 28, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. HARRIETVILLE, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 9 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. FREEBURGH, Tuesday, Nov. 2S, 4 to 6 p.m. MR. E. TALBOT JOKES, DENTAL SURGEON, 94 COLLINS. ST., MELBOURNE, visits BRIGHT .very two weeks. Gold filling, crown work, painless extractions by laughing gas, cocaine, &c. Artificial teeth a ipeciality. NEXT VISIT-Alpine Hotel, Bright, Tuesday, December 12th, from 4,30 p.m.; all day, Wednesday, 13th. rpo THE RATEPAYERS NORTH RIDING LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having been requestpd by a large number of ratepayers in the North Biding to nominate for the vacanoy caused by the resignation of Coun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 1 December 1916

.i ,Xs ^ ? ^~0i~Alamd ii ® I ^ '/ V-*.- H M' ofceteA- : !j | |l W Imperial Quart Bottles of XMAS CHEER Highland Club 9/3 Loch Dbu 9/3 Munro's Old Scotch 9/3 Munro's Glenview 10/ Irish D.C.L. 9/3 Walker Bros. Ply. Ltd. Both Corners 61b. Tins best JAM-Fall weight Apricot 2/11 Kaspberry 3/2 Plum 2/8 Peach and Pincapplo 2/10 Peach 2/10 Marmalade 3/2 Plum and Peach 2/8 Pineapple 2/10 Walker Bros. Pty. Ltd. ^Junket Tablets-Gd tube at Walker Bros., BotU Comers & II ^1; v-/1 "All Saints" Choice Wine for Xmas Small bots. 7^d Large ,, 1/3 2/ Imperial Quart bots. 1/9 21 Walker Bros. Pty. Ltd. it ":.i \,U?;^y (S3 mm§ MM Choice Honey at Walker Bros.' -4/3 41b Tins . 2/6 21b Jars 1/6 71b Tins 1 21b Tins -1/4 Pea Soup SauRagea-Ham, Vegetable, Scotch Broth, Mulligatawny-3d each " Rosella Tomato Soup-7^d tin Walker Bros. Pty. Ltd. ' _ James Dickson's Choice Hot Weather Drinks K, * Af' Raspberry Vinegar l/t> ? . Lime Juice Cordial ? 1/b n Real Lemon Squash 1/9 «t O.T. Punch 1/" " Red Seal ...

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