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Boisdale. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
Boisdale. From our own correspondent). Deep sympathy is felt for Mr Slade in his recent sad bereavement. Mrs Slade contracted pneumonia, and was taken to the Sale Hospital on Thurs - day week, where she died on Satur day last, leading a baby five weeks old. At the same time Mr Slade and his little son, Archie, were both in the hospital, Mr Slade suffering from diphtheria, and Archie from menin gitis. Word has just reached us that the little boy died yesterday. Mr Slade has recovered sufficiently to leave the hospital. This is a par ticularly sad case, as the family only recently arrived from Scotland and settled on one of the new farms here. At the break-up of the local State school yesterday, to which all the parents and friends were invited, Mr. Amey, chairman of the sehool com mittee, distributed the gifts and prizes, consisting of 50 splendidly bound books. Mr Amey gave the children an address on education and its value, and after the distribution of prizes Mr Powell, secretary ...
Commercial. STRATFORD STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
Commercial. ? «- — - — - STRATFORD STOCK MARKET. Messrs T. B. Little & Co held a sale. ab Stratford yesterday, owing to their usual sale day falling on Xmas Day. A fair yarding was offered and prices ruled firm. Small fat heifers on account Mr Wrigglesworth sold to £5. On account Mr Hazlett, small bullocks to £5 7sv cows to £5 10s. Few odd pens L4 15i t ) Lo Store cattle sold at current mar ket rates. At the conclusion of the sale Mr M. J. Boui'ke (auctioneer), on behalf of the firm, thanked those present for their liberal support during the year, and wished them the compiiments of the season. MELBOURNE MARKETS PAT SHEKP. 54 '000 yarded, comprising truckss. and 9890 by road. In gnod and prima qualities the greater portion consisted of CiO.ssbreds. with a larSer number off wethers than for some time past. la | merinos about 2500 extra prime wether* came forward. The bulk in this division, however, con-i-t d of good conditioned li-;ht and moderate weights. There was an improve...
Kilmany Park Estate. LAND BOARD AT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
Kilmany Park Estate. LAND BOARD AT SALE. A Land Board consisting of Mr. Weir, of the Closer Settlement De partment, and Mr. Robinson, District Land Officer, sat at Sale on Friday to deal with applications for the Kil many Park Estate. There are 7-i allotments on the sub-division, but there were only three applications, and 'h y wee local residents. Charles Ivor M'llwain farmer Clydebank, applied for allot. 28 area 284 acies at £7 per acre. — Recom- mended. This allotment faces the Rcsedale to Sale road and is the third blcck from the eastern boundary. Patrick O'Connell farmer, Fulham, applied for lot. 60, area 93 acres at £12 l^s per acre. This land is sitn ated about six miles from where 'O'Connell now rents a farm of 150 [ acres — Application recommended. Neither of the blocks are subject to beet growing conditions. William Carbledge of Sale, con tractor, applied for lot 3, area 20 acres | at £25 per acre. The sugar beet i crowing1 conditions applied to this lot and applicant expr...
SEVEN "DON'TS" FOR THE EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
SEVEN 'DON'TS' FOR THE EYES. Don't read in a reclining attitude or- in bed. Don't use the eyes when they are tired or weak from illness. Don't work longer than two hours without closing the eyes and resting them for five minutes. Don't look too steadily from a rail way-carriage window at objects- that are constantly flying past you. Don't sit facing a strong light. If possible, let the light fall on work or book from over the left shoulder. Don't fail to consult an oculist If you find that your eyesight is grow- . ing dim of hesitate to wear glasses if you need them. Don't have colored shades on the lamps. Use white or ground glass. If you must have a colored shade, let it be green. ?
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday Next. Church of England. — Stratford, 11 and 7.30, Briagolong 3. Christmas Day- — Stratford 8 am, (n.c,) and 11 a.m (h c); Briago ong, 7,45 — Rsv W. T, Prentice. Me bodist Church. — Stratford 7.30, Perry Bridge 3, Mr Lewis, Clyde bank 3, Mr Secomb. Catholic Church, — - Stratford, 9 a.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
W. H. CARTER, CORNER OP Tyers & Blackburn Streets, Stratford. PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, SIGN WRITER, GLAZIER, GRAINER, ETC., ETC. ESTIMATES Given for all Classes of Work, inclading the WUNDERLICH METAL CEILINGS. Bargains in Wallpapers. Purchasers of Wallpaper can, without extra charge, have same trimmed on the premises by a Special Paper-Trimming Machine. Glass Cut to Any Size. Mixed Paints, Colors and Varnish in Stock. Picture Framing. This Department is Replete with a Splendid Stock of .Mouldings, Mountings, Etc. Pictures Mounted and 'Framed. Fancy Goods and Toy Bazaar., ^ Fancy Goods of all Descriptions. A Large and Varied Assortment to Choose from. Toys_of all Kinds, and at all Prices. Bicycle Depot. ^ \ A Large Stock of Cycle Requisites always on band. Agency for Speedwell Bicycles. !News Agency. n-m Agency for all Melbourne Dailies ' and Weeklies. Colonial and E nglish Magazines. Books of all kinds, from the Encyclopedia to the Penny Novelette. Stationery, fancy and plain....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
Christmas „He; ? ? .Greetings . FROM Thos. Graham, Storekeeper, Stratford. BIGY0LE FOB SALE. j£I2 10s CASE: B.S.A. Parts, Dunlop Tyres, Major Taylor Handles. Brooks saddle. Cheaper line, same make, £7 15s, Grocery. The Grocery Department; is, as usual, stocked .with goods of the Choicest Qnality, ' ~ - CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. This Derailment is; well, stocked with lines ranging fiom'the ?cidinarv every-dsy article to those suitable for Xm as presents.. Tea Sets, Dinner Sots, Toilet ; Sets, Jugs, Teapots, Etc. A elioice. collection / . ' of Fruit Bowls, Dislies, Etc. Drapery and Millinery Is right Up-To-Date. Everything you require can. be. ob tained Right Here. Tlie Stock . has been chosen with a view of igiving a large assortment. A special line of -Laces, Embroidery and Insertion. Boots. Come and see for yourself. Men's Clothing': This Department has not been overlooked. The stock is well assorted and every article is Good. r .? ? ?? ,- ?..'??? ? IX mas and Nelv Year Cards, Eleetr...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
Subscribers and advertisers are noti fied that there will' be no publication of the Sentinel on Friday next, 29th Dec. We take this opportunity of wishing our readers a Merry Xriaas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. In the Parish hall, on Thursday evening, 14th inst., members of the Holy Trinity Communicants' Guild held their first social evening-, which was a great success. The weather being very favorable, there was a big attendance, about forty being present. The hall was decorated with greenery, which greatly added to the beauty of the interior. The guests contributed to a musical programme, of which the Guild desire to express their appreciation Tlie following are those who contributed towards the programme : Misses Nedwell and Car ter, piano duet; Miss Knight, song ; Miss Nedwell, song; Miss Humphrey, recitation ; Misses Jorgensen and Knight, incidental music. Atintervals games were indulged in, in which all joined heartily, until 11 p.m., when refreshments provided by the ...
Maffra Beet Sugar. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 22 December 1911
Maffra Beet Sugar. A complaint was recently receivfed ! by Mr. M'Lachlan, M.L.A., front | Messrs. Rice and Woodlionse with rega.rd to the sale of sugar at Mafifra, Beet Sugar Factory. They stated that until recently they and other business people of Maffra had baen. able to purchase sugar in one-ton lots at the factory on payment of cash but they were now informed thai they could only purchase in 20-ton lots. This meant an outlay of about £470, and it would be impossible for any but the wholesale houses of Mel bourne to deal on such terms, As a consequence, Maffra buyers would be compelled to arrange at a higher price with Melbourne merchants for r.i tiLaiiu ' ot'M a m c- sugar. 3xr^ M'Lachlan saw the Director of Agri culture, Dr. Cameron, on Tuesday, ore the subject. Dr. Cameron said the factory management in the first in stance decided to sell the sugar locally, and sold in lots down to one cwt. The storekeepers then com plained that th9 management dis posed of the sugar to the fa...
LONGFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 5 January 1912
LONGFORD. j New dear's Day was celebratd at Longford by a picnic, and the weather wss all that could be desired. There was a large attendance, including many from- Sale. The picnic was held on the Longford reserve at the back of the new hall, and when pro perly cleared will make a fine en closure for holding picnics and other gatherings. The committee have done a lot of work to improve the ground, stumps having been grubbed and holes filled up. The hall was greatly admired by many of those present, and the Longford residents are natnr ally proud of it. During the day races and other games were indulged in, inc uding a chain stepping con test for ladies. The officials carried out their duties satisfactorily, while Mr. H. Tann as (secretary was ob ig ing to all. There was a large num ber at the ball in the evening.
DARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 5 January 1912
DARGO. The annual concert in correction with the Roman Catholic School took place on Friday evening, l-r»th ult-, in the Mechanic*' Hall, in the pre-'' sence of a good attendance of parents and friends of the school children. All the items were entrusted to the children, who acquitted themselves beyond praise. The accompaniments to the songs were played by one of the children, Elsie Coloe, and she played them remarKaDiy wen. ide fo'lowmg .is the programme : — ['-ano overture, Elsie Coloe; songs, 44 Bon nie Charlie.' and 14 Let Erin Remem ber the Days of Old '' were sung very sweetly by the children;' dialogue; ' Teter's Problem,' by Mart. Coloe, Vernon Howard, Alick Hurley, Eugene M'Carthy, Joe. Coloe, Eric Boyce and Cyril Hurley, kept the audience in a simmer of merriment. They acquitted themselves capitally, and were accorded a hearty round of applause. Song by V. Howard, ' A Tcast to Erin,' assisted in Chorus by the children, evoked gieat applause, and an encore was demanded. The...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 5 January 1912
Cricket. I ? » ? The challenge issued by the mem bers of the G.U.O.O.F.'to the members of the I.O.O.F.. for a friendly game of cricket on Xmas Day was accepted by the latter, and the 'match was played in the presence of the largest gathering that has witnessed a game on the local ground for some years. A. Stewart was elected captain of the Independents and-JE.= Lewis acted as skipper; for the Grand United. Lewis won the toss and elected to bat, sending in R. Swan and V. Latham to the bowling of' Wiltshire and Jones, and 22 runs were knocked up before the pair were separated. This encouraging start seemed to give the G.U. members good heart, and the total was carried to 126 before the last wicket fell, Morison (25 retired), Le wis (20), C. Stewart (15) and Swan (14) reaching double figures. E. Cur ran (5 wickets) and Wiltshire (2) di vided the bowling honors. The Inde pendents, who were hot favorites at the start, were all out for 18, Wiltshire, of football fame, being top scorer wit...
Briagolong. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 5 January 1912
Briagolong. ? : — ? ? In last, issue we ommitted to men tion that Mr. J- Wall was appointed assistant secretary at the A.N. A. half-yearly elections The business people of Briagolong were put to a great inconvenience through the railway authorities leav ing their goods behind at Maffra ; goods that were badly needed before the holidays, lo make matters worse, | a special goods train was run out on /Xmas Day, and an empty truck was brought out again, the goods having been left at MafEra. What with the pilfering on this line and the delays, there is room for u big inquiry into the management, or rather mis management. The annual distribution of prizes took place at the State school on Thursday, 22nd December. Before the prizes were distributed Mr. Mc Kinnon (chairman) and Mr. A. H. B. Kelly gave, short and instructive addresses to the children ; after which recitations, songs, readings, etc., were given by the following children : — Misses Harbeck, Gellatly, Neva and Meriam Cruth, Far...
MOST FREQUENT DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 5 January 1912
| MOST FREQUENT DREAMS. Mr. H. G. Hutchinson has made a classification of v the commonest dreams, and his list seems to be fairly complete. He says there are seven that may be called common kinds of dreams: — 1. The falling dream — you are fall ing over a precipice or down the stairs. 2. The flying dream — the dream that you can fly. 3. The dream of more or less inade quate clothing — that, you are not pro perly clothed. 4. The dream of not being able to get away from some beast, or injurious person or thing, that is pursuing vou. 5. The dream of being drawn irre sistibly to some dangerous place, such as a lire. 6. The dream that some darling wish has been gratified. 7. The dream of being about to go on a journey, and being unable to get your things into your trunks, etc. But, as he adds. ' no doubt then are ? great many more.'
ROADS AND BRIDGES. STATE GRANT OF £34,000. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 5 January 1912
ROADS AND BRIDGES. ! ? » ? STATE GRANT OF £84,000. The allocation of the State grant of £34,000 for roads and bridges thi-oughont Victoria has been agreed to by the Executive Council upon the recommendation ? of the Minister for. Public Works (Mr. Baillieu). Several large projects have been omitted from the allocation, as the grant was regarded by the Minister? ? * ? - _ a. ±. _ ? i_i ? mi ? jis msunjcieD* ro cover menu J-ne} have, however, been reserved for con sideration in connection wuh the Ministry's main road scheme. District grants are as follow : — Maffra Shire — Towards Bellbird deviation, £100: repair of roads damaged by traffic to Beet Sugar Factory, £150 (council to expend £250 additionally). . Avon Shire — Towards Insolvent Track, £100 ; road from Waterford to Talbotville, £200 (council to ex pend £150 additional )- Bairnsdale Shire- -Towards road at W at ei holes, £40; repair of bridge over Boggy Creek, £50 ; various road works, £250 (council to expend £170 additional)...
THE AGE OF WONDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 5 January 1912
THE AGE OF W0NDE89. This is an age of wonders, and yet we have all ceased to wonder at any thing ! This is no doubt why the most marvellous scientific discoveries are received without any feeling: of wonder. We never now refer to elec tricity as ' a wonderful discovery — and only in its infancy!' It certainly is a precocious infant at any rate. The announcement mat marcom uaa ju&i passed a wireless message across the Atlantic is received without any ex citement. An evening paper says if Marcon: had invented a method of pre cipitating himself instead of his mes sage across the Atlantic, our m?ideL aunt would simply have said : ' Well ' well I what will they do next?'