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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 30 January 1914
Harvesting Machinery MOWING MACHINES, REAPERS AND BINDERS "" ::::~~. . . . . . . .. ýsI We can now supply with our Mowing Machines a Scrub-cutting Cutter Bar; also a Weeder Attachment by which the Cutter SBar- can be raised from 51n. to 10in. above usual position thus enabling weeds, bracken, etc., to be cut without damaging grass crop. HAY RAKES, HAY rTEDDERS. The best -quality goods only. A large stock of duplicates kept. 'i. JAMES & CO. -look at the record and think out the reason why we still lead. HONEST DEALING IS THE ONLY VERDICT. TOYS!. TOYS! TOYS! In endless variety and to suit all and sundry.. Table Delicacies from the Leading Suppliers of the World. - Muscatels, Jordan Almonds, Dates, Figs. WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS Of all the Leading Brands. Do your shopping early. L. HERBERT, - SNOWY RIVER STORES Show & Race Suits ,., It's still money in the Bank for you by getting your clothes made at - ANDREWS BROS. THE GENUINE ORBOST TAILORS, '.We are now taking orders ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 30 January 1914
? ? Mother's Friend P?edio Pomade for the Head, Strikes Infesting Vermin Dead. Price Is, with Nit Comb, is 6d. One application destroys vermin, kills nits, heals sores, cures ringworm, and makes the hair grow thick and strong. Price ls, large 2s, extra large 3s 6d -LAIqCELOT HERBERT, Orbost, sells Pedic Pomade is, and with Nit Comb is 6d. WELL-KNOWN VICTORIAN -NURSES TESTIFY TO CLEMENTS TONIC Letter received from Nurse Catherine Korting, 176 Davis-street. North Bruiswick, 29/3/12, in-which she claims Clements Tonic restored her daughter to health. Read each word: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and run down. I purchased several bottles of Clements Tonic to give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before long. It is fourteen years ago that I first used ...
A LINE OF SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
A LINE OF SAFETY. "One of the characteristics of my old, comrade, Amos Stillman, was brav ery in actual' fighting service," said the old soldier. "Another characteris tio was a sense of humour which stood him in good stead even in the face of danger, and contributed not a little to the gaiety of his comrades. '"At the Battle of Cold HI-arbour, just before making the charge, and while under the Confederate fire, our cor poral, who was over six feet tall, and scarcely bigger round than a gun-bar rel, became excited as the enemy's bul lets ploughed up the earth about him. "What kind of a place is this to keep a man in ?" ho demanded. 'Ab solutely without protectionl' "'He had no more than spoken when Private Stillman stuck his ramrod in the ground. " 'Here, corporal I' said he, 'get be hind this..' "
THE TIDE OF EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
THE TIDE OF EMIGRATION. Some interesting Statistics concern ing emigration from Great Britain to the colonies are given by Mr John son's 'book "A History of Emigration from the United Kingdom to North America." The hignest figure was reached in 1911, when 184,860 people of British Nationality left those shores for Canada, and 80,770 for Australia and New Zealand, in 1901, the figures were 15,757 and 15,350 res pectively, which were below the aver age, for in 1881 as many as 23,912 Britishers went to Canada, and 22,682 to Australia and New Zealand. The emigration to the United States was: tar greater in former days, renohing the nigh water mark of 201,526 in 1827, whereas only 121,814 people o.1 British extracti n lhft our shores for the States in 1911. The exodus of agricultural laborers has largely increased lately, amounting to 33,234 in 1911, as compared with 12,966 in 1901. It is interesting to note at the same time that Irish Em igration is on the decline. In 1853, 173,148 Iris...
AN INVOLUNTARY VOYAGE. CURIOUS EXPERIENCE BY A GIRL [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
AN INVOLUNcTARY VOYAGE. CU oijrs EXPERIENcE-BY A GIRL A Iece oItun m oessago of October 11th in ? Sui' aiioisco paper,' gives ::the followinhg .ccounti: of -oung-woman's ivolun.itary Mtrip `to: to1 uh: Wiitl h: sinile in li et ty eye, that veon he?? i h tti:-tained check coitld not ,ips.;ti.s;i ha-i dsame Miss Nettioi Stonid fOaklihnd'a?rsived :in ho?nonllu shortly i:ftei:ieiudifightl'bst .Thursday: morning; icaving beilehi n tuglt on -board tie? Can idian: Austrelasian Rdoyal "Mail irier, 'al'i.rl : frombii 'orid iir, w-hnii he?rin enin iiliad be. n to' -sail from'the Can iidi?n .poe tlo Si iancoisco :in :;the 'mantillti ;. SIt iias d-d rk ?ight in Victodri i hien tie blioat sailed; said Miss, Stoio,: ''"ati I l?ad. just ?;finished a visit wits?.: some friends on i irairch. inear"Viotoria': The Friendstook mine t: .Victoria. aboit an hlioir befoie?the boait 'ias dud .to sail, ind :I secuiredi a;ticket and boarded the viessel .iunder: thed :impression 'that it iasi the ..Umtill? -tn...
MISSING CONTINENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
Mill'SSING CONTINENTS. it has long been ,one of the delights of .pallosophy andl soleCce to spend iiheir imagination on the construction of v'anished contnents, wllere either Euto pinJs our sh d, or the conditions ob sining were suitable for the develop mnent of "'nussi..g links" Thus on the one side1 of the. world we have the hypothetical, but probable continent. somnetunes called Lnomuria, of which the Dutch East India Isles are all that roemain, where the biologist and eth nologist may sport w\ith theories 01 tihe arrival and dispersal of man; and on the other side we have the Atlantis of thel ancients-thh?t island to the west of the Strait of Gibralter, which legend has it, was submerged by the gods, because of the impiety of its in habitants. But, althoughl this At lantis is apocryphal, it has long been known that the west of Europe, Africa and thell British Isles once extended far beyond their ,present coast lines into the sea; and that; at one time Great Britain and Ireland w...
GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
GENERAL NEWS Tile Delegate ARAUS says; Eroni's Circus had a frightfully rough trip through from Orbost, and in the opinion of many, they did well to get here at all. Mr Eroni says he wouldn't go over the same track again for £500. While on the road the cage con taining the lion over-turned near Sardine Creek, and went over a steep incline. The turn-out fell fully 400 yards. and marvellous to state, when the men got to the bottom they found the horse un injured and the lion still secure in his cage, the latter being practi cally undamaged. Senator Barker is visiting the Gippsland district and has got as far as Orbost, where he is staying for a day or two. Whi:e's hairdressing and tobacconist business will in future be carried on in premises adjoining Mr A. E. Rodwell's butchery. In Tuesday's Bairnsdale ADVERTISER it is reported that Mr James .Hossack was dangerously ill last week for some days suffering from an internal complaint but he was rapidly recovering. After a spell of entire...
QUAINT TENURES. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
QUAINT TENURES. The kings and princes of England seem to have delighted to amuse them solves by the devising of tenures for their personal profit, pleasure, and amusement. Some in their nature (writes Paul Monckeon in tihe "Con temporary Review") are such as to be unprintable in the twentieth century Press; these quickly came to be com muted to a money payment. Others, again, are posiively amazing in the variety and nature of the cusLoms by wwhich they were to be held. For instance, the "Lordship of Bures. in Essex, was held by the sergeantry of scalding the King's hugs; Carleton, in Nottingham, by 'dhe service of one catapult in the year for all services; two farms at Carlcoats, Yorkshire, by the service of finding, one a right hand glove, and the otlher a left hand glove. the whole of the Manor of Caldeeote was held by Humnplirey de Bol~pm by virtue of: being Lord High Constable of Englaniida post now abolished on ac count" of the degree of power and splen dour aittachinug to the ...
A CHURCH WITH A CHEQUERED CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
A.:CHURCH WITH A UCHEWUERED CAREER. St. ;Malry's, Saho. is a churcnh with ".:rezmarkableo religious history;:. It' was-' originilly ereotedi through the in. Iflinnce of Dr :Compton, ,". the" tree planting Bishop' of London,, foi'r.the : ieek? Archbishop; of Amos . and his [lockl iho' hal .beoen drivoil from, their -island biy the T'urks. Since :thein tlhis little. edifice' has beeli successively: a :neeting~lhousd for :Huguenots and Bap- Lists,`t and wa. :finally; beinig. turned into a, music-h.all whon captired iby. the EstDiblished. Chiurch. It is now: bein 'used.. bye theo old: Catholies : for :their Sunday Mais, and othetli ;rices.e. with the s-tnotion ..of thtd :Bishop?,.of London: Tliii fiirst.: Aiglieatin:"Bishop of St M :y' s ;was J i-: D Chmbrs, a onbe famous T2lractarian' leader;,.who' hidnioig his congregatioiq , Mr -Glad stone
SHEEP DIPPING [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
SHEEP DIPPING The chief inspector under the Sheep Dipping Act, Department of Agricul ture, intimates to sheep-owners that the Amending Sheep Dipping Act 1913 abolishes the clean certificate pro vided for under the act of 1909, and provides that with only one minor ex ception, all sheep and lambs must be dipped off shears, or kept in a senc ely fenced paddock, and dipped within 60 days. A return of sheep dipped must be furnished to the chief inspector, De partment of Agriculture, within 30 days of dipping, The period during which an owner may not be compelled to dip unshorn sheep and lambs is re duced to the period, April to October, both months inclusive.
FAITH HEALING AND CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
FAITH HEALING' AND DCANCER. Reimarikable 'evidci'e,; :Ishowing: hw? a victnim ofoancer died in grea't agonvy : ile. receiving :Ch·tiian Scienc :'triea.men t r?i i'oi;a.:-n umn, i wvho at' inItted tlliat she wias ibsoluitely devoid of mindical kni lIedgi,:-wi"s Y give?- awt: the b Westminste's tCoo oner's Court i ii inquet` onlii Miss EvLa; Lucy loden Miss:Holdeni; ',l:ho was ?I e'.yis oid had beni i suifescire -loom cancer for to hive an opootioni, amid ,?bout tti : years ago:- i?hebci-i -?;:'C lii Chisinan Miss.:Alice ryne . ;_fmiied de'seirb edl hoiw 'i MI s fi'i.ldot ' Cihristian Science praititiolnei rf"treated" iss Helklen by pia vt'i . Mir' Donaldiomii ' ad tai she fiist ime.t Miss Holdenit;tluo 'years ? aiid thlire. 'month ago;, welinMii ua lolden camo:e to her and sa d :'lit lshien hliadread COhrits: tian 'Scienice lbooks: -aind :wanted ,; to: have Christ},an Soleiue-:. t'niment: "Have. you? lid: any experience.:: ofl medicine?'? ile coroner asked.- . :, "No, I have had no0'...
ORBOST ATHLETIC SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
ORBOST ATHLETIC SPORTS OFFICIALS.-President, Mr T. C, D. Arkins. Vice-Presidents, Messrs W. Gluth and J. H. Nixon. Judges, Messrs S. J. Lynn and Dudman. Starter, Mr P. B. Summers. Marks. map, Mr D. Russell. Color Steward, Mr F. Fisher. Timekeepers, Messrs Arkins and Feely. Stewards, Messrs Arkins, Lynn and F. Nixon. The annual sports of the Orbost Ath letic Club, which were held on Saturday last, were favored with good weather on the whole. It was very hot early in the afternoon until a wind squall swept over the country, lasting for a quarter of an hour or so. After that the air was cooler and the afternoon and evening were sufficiently pleasant to induce a good number of people to come out. The at tendance was very good, the takings at the gate being over £1G, and a good number were admitted on members' tickets. The sports. c mmenced at ab,,ut one o'clock, and were not con cluded until about half past. six. The various events on the programme were carried out very well and the spo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
The Little Amber' Bottle. A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN THOUSANDS OF HOMES. The Amber Bottle in which Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are packed is probably better known as a familiar object about the home than any other bottle of a like kind. It is not there as an ornament, but for iractical every-day use. In the best regulated families the little ills of life will creep D. in. Some muember ORSE of the family circle DIRECTIONS may occasionally °'"°"'* "°'JR/ suffer from Bilious Agg Aness or Indigestion, s ",,' and one or the INIýN ROOT other will from time time exhibit the PILLS. well-known symp toms of Conistipa tion. From these little troubles more serious complaints arise, and should, therefore, not be neglected. The slight headache, bad breath, and discolored tongue, are the index to a disordered stomach, and the necessity of keeping a safe, sure, and reliable remedy in the house is apparent. By following such a course the more expensive method of calling t dqctor will bg qmit9 unnecessar...
MAIL ARRANGMENTS. MAILS CLOSE AT ORBOST FOR [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 6 February 1914
4 MAIL ARRANGMENTS. MAILS CLOSE AT ORBOST FOR Cuninghame. Bairnsdale', Melbourne, etc., daily at 8.30 a.m. Bonang, Bendoc, Delegata River, Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Murrungowar, Tuesday, 9a.m., Satur day, 8.30 a.m. Brodribb, Cabbage T'ree, Bemm, Club Terrace, Combienbar, Genoa, Saturday, 2.30 p.mi. Marlo, Saturday, 3 p.m. MAILS DUE AT ORBOST FROM Cuninghame, Bairnsdale, Melbourne, etc., daily, 2 p.m. Bonang, Bendoc, Delegate River, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 p.m. Murrungowar, Monday, 2 p.m. Brodribb, Bemm, Cann, Genoa, Thursday, 2 p.m. Nuwa Nowa, Bruthen, Saturday, 2 p.m.