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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 5 February 1914

V. P. ONLEY, Bakep & Confectioner, WHILE Thanking his numerous cus tomers for past patronage, begs t« iuform them that he lias opened REFRESHMENT ROOMS in connection with the Bakery. .. .. Next door to j£iss Niall's S£ore, Clyde Street, Myrtleford. LIGHT REFRESHMENTS at all hours Consign youi\.. ■ .? v WOOL / SHEEPSKINS HIDES TALLOW ■ FURRED SKINS, Etc. ... to ... DAL6ETY k COMPANY LTD. ALBURY Sales held Monthly Highest prices i-ealised. Liberal advances Fat and Store Cattle Sales ... held at ... ALBURY - FORTNIGHTLY WODONGA - FORTNIGHTLY Send all your live-stock to us for sale. Cricketers' Hotel, 1 MYRTLEFORD. Under new and efficient management. ADA E. FRAUENFELDER, Proprietress. Having taken over this well-known and popular hotel from the late proprietor, Mr J. Johnson, the new proprietress wishes to intimate that the business will be conduc ted on sound lines, and every.attention will be given to patrons. Visitors to Myrfcleford will find this Hotel a Comfortable place to...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Swindling Cook. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

A Swindling Cook. The Gorowa " Chronicle " says : —Messrs C. und W. Johnson, J. R. Rankin and J. P. Leahy 'were rung up by the exchange on Friday for a conversation purporting to be from Bulgaudra "Station. The per petrator evidently knew the business relations that existed between the manager, Mr Hoveiiden, and the firjms mentioned. Stating that he had a French cook, who was,a jewel, and had left to come into Gorowa for a, week's holiday,, which he opened would eu.d in a'; 'vjag,". he toid them incidentally, that >he had two or three cheques of his to knock down, and hoped that they would keep an eye .on him.Vand when the " spree " yvas over send him out to' the station again. In reply the manager received the : assurance that his cook would be looked after and his return assured. The irony of it all was that the bogus tele phone , message was sent from .the public bureau at the Gorowa Post Office, and not from Bulgaudra at . all. On Friday afternoon the French cook,' suave and ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

SOROSES HAJR TONIC. This preparation is Unsurpassed aa a., llair Food & Dandruff preventative. A. little sprinkled on the head uight and morning, and gently massaged into ih& scalp, renders Baldness impossible, Soroses Hair Tonic will absolutely grow bair, and prevent it from falling out. Ifr imparts a beautiful glossy sheen, ' aad brings out all the natural brightness o£ hair. Price 3/6. Obtainable ftt Mis.* IE, CowM)ly,») Myrtteforfl.

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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An Old-Time Jockey. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

An Old-Time Jockey* Among the visitors at Randwick Anniversary Day was the old-tim* jockey, W. Yeomans, who, a half a century ago, ■ was amongst the foremost of Australian horsemen, and is now a large farmer 'and grazier near Grenfell, N.S.W. Yeoman rode Kingborough, in the A.J.C. Derby, 1874, and Wheatear in that of 1881, and he also num bers among his many successes the Marybyrnong Plate, on Newminster Welcome Jack and Segenhoe ; the V R.C. Oaks on Formosa, Meleta, and Petrea ; the Australian Cup on First King; the V.R.C St ledger on Adelaide and First King; the A.J.C. St ledger on Kingsborougk; the A J.C. Champagne Stakes on Hyperion ; and The Driver, Mar tindale and the Drummer in1 the Wagga Cup. But the most remark able of his feats of horsemanship was piloting Mr H. J. Bowler's Australian to victory in"the historic ten-mile race at Wagga in 1868. Mr Bowler had two horses entered for the race—Australian and his half-sister, Welcome. Both were put through an arduous course of tr...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Crystallised Peaches. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Crystallised Peaches. Make sufficient svrup for the quantity peaches you are crystallis ing by boiling sugar and water to gether in the proportion of lib of sugar to one pint of water for 20 minutes. When boiling pour over the peaches, which should be ripe, well choseu, and peeled. Next day, and for three succeeding days, pour the syrup off the peaches and boil up again with an additional quarter pound sugar to every pound, you used at first, then pour again over the peaches. Each day you will find the peaches getting more beautifully colored and transparent looking. They will have absorbed " as iriuch of the sugar from the syrup as they can—you will see this by watching the consistency of the syrup. Dry in the sun on sheets of white paper. Powder well with sugar when dry. Pack betweeu sheets of tissue paper. " At the inquest on Mrs Medley, who died at Bairnsdale Hospital while about to be operated on for . appendicitis, the coroner found that deceased died from heart disease while ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Summer Drinks. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Summer Drinks. « Ginger Beer.—Bruise a quarter of a pound of whole ginger into a powder. Put this in an enamel pre serving pan or dish, with the juice of six lemons, two tablespoonfuls of honey, a tablespoon of cream of tar? tar, a desertspoon of tartaric acid, and two and a half pounds of sugar. Pour over this three gallons of boil ing water. Let it stand till luke warm. Then add half a teacup of good yeast and the whites of two eggs. Bottle next day, straining as you bottle. Tie down well. Raspberry Vinegar.—A tumbler ful of raspberry vinegar will be found more refreshing on a hot day than all the fizzy ' • cream sodas'' or other mineral water drinks with fancy names in the world. It is simplicity itself to make. Put three pints of picked raspberries into a I jar. Add three pints c£ white wine vinegar, tie over the top and leave for a week, stirring daily. Put a piece of muslin at the bottom of a fine sieve; strain the vinegar through j the muslin. For every pint take a | pound of...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KITS VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

KITS VALENTINE. By H. S. Kki^kr. To-morrow's Valentine Day, oh ! I'm so glad !" cried Kit, the little sunbeam of lier home, as she came daiicnig into her mamma's pre sence. " Valentine's Day—why, so it is, Kit." Tell me, who do you think will send you a valentine ?" asked the girl's mamma. " Oh ! Lots of folks will send them, mamma! You and papa, Uncle Me31 and brother Charley, and per haps grandma will send me one, too." The girl's mother started slightly ; her face grew very red, as she said, with a negative shake of the head : " I fear, Kit, you will never get one from your grandma." " Why not, mamma ?" " Because—but never mind, you are too young to know the reason why. Now you may go and play ; mamma is very busy, dear." Kit went out again. She was a pretty little creature- of twelve years of age. Her hair was soft and silky, and it glistened in the sun light like strands of gold. Her eyes weie blue as heaven's purest blue, as clear as sparkling streams, and "her cheeks, lips, a...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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The Palmer's Creek Gold Find. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

The Palmer's Creek Gold Find. Mr J. Smart, who, as reported in last issue, found a promising reef at •Palmer's Creek while prospecting for himself and a Myrtleford syndi cate, has sunk on the reef, aud re ports that it is opening out well. It . is now 15 inches wide, and carries good gold, estimated at over 3 ozs to• the ton. Some four tons have: been ^ .got out, and it is intended to put through a trial crushing shortly 1v j The find has caused considerable | excitement in Myrtleford, and other ! syndicates have been formed, Mr W. ; Milne proceeding to the locality on Monday on behalf of a party.

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

< omvmwirr **.«. just sa fe thev J Xmas present for y anyone else a nice-j>a.ir- of Boots or Slioes would , luake. We've the styles you would like for yourself., so you'll be in offering them to others, And DON'T FORGKT— '11 cost you MUCH XKSS at EWART'S Hats, Shirts, Collars and Ties. Latest and Most Fashionable Articles of Wear. t \ (An irnpdrta.nt fact; To be Well Dressed is the First Step to Success. - A IP a J — POPULAR \J0O. A. LWftrt S Clothing Establishment Makes that most important step very easy for Man, Youth or Boy.——Let Him hk Your Clothier, and be dressed in the height of fashion for LITTLE MONEY. A SpSor^did Range o-f High-class Clothing^ in oriety, . is now displayed, and marked at Bedrock Prices for Cash. f?Y f/t f-* * *p\ . \A MAKE IT YOUFS>BUSINESS to inspect this stock.—a visit cannot. fairn^^>j'e^sc\—yp^'will meet many friends, for \{ ll'-" All keep,.; buyers meet at GEO. A. EWART'S, the House of Quality Connelly's Buildings, Clyde-street, My...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Departure of Mr W. A. Edgar. VALEDICTORY AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Departure of Mr W. A. Edgar. "Valedictory and Presentation. : About 30 gentlemen assembled last night at Miss Gerraty's Hotel to bid farewell to Mr W. A. Edgar, who has resigned the position of mauager of the Butter Factory and has left Myrtleford. Dr Sutton : occupied the chair. The toast of '' The King'' having been loyally honored, the Chairman proposed the health of '' Our Guest'' and in doing so spoke in eulogistic terms of Mr Edgar, the gathering that night being ample evidence of the appreciation in which he was held. After some remarks in a hu morous strain, Dr Sutton expressed his personal regret—and he felt sure that of of all present—at the de parture of Mr and Mrs Edgar. He concluded by asking Mr Edgar to ! accept a beautiful gold watch as a memento from his many friends in Myrtleford and district. Mr A. Michelly, sec. of the But ter Factory, briefly supported the toast, as did also Mr Nat. Webb and Mr R. M'Quilton. ! Mr Webb, as one of the directors j of the factory, sa...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUFFALO V. MYRTLEFOR. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Buffalo v. Myrtusford. The match at Buffalo River be tween these teams resulted in a win for Buffalo by 30 runs. The h<dme team were all disposed of for 337, Norman Rippon, J. J. Paul and Alf. Smart being the principal con tributors. W. Ryan took 7 wic kets for 56. Myrtleford then wsnt iii with strong, hopes of securing a win, but N. Rippon being in fine form with the ball they were all dis posed of for 108. W. Ryan, who is in as fine form lately with the bat as with the ball, was not out with 4.1 ; T. Reid 16, J. Murray 15, and W; Radclifte 11 being the other double figure scorers. The visitors > and friends were as usual most hos pitably treated by the Buffalo C.C. lady supporters. Scorps were :— Buri'ALO RlVKK. T. Pattoiv e and b Reid ■ 9 H. Rippon, b Ryan ... 5' N. Rippon, b Ryan ... ... 36 J;''Paxil, cRadcliffe, b ClougJi... . 40 E. Grant, b Ryan ; ... .. v.. .■ , ... -4 W. Paul, c "Wallougliby, b Ryan ... .2 A. Smart, c Sutton, b Reid ... ' ... 20 S. Paul, b Ryan...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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[?]icket. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

The maifgS/n Saturday between : oronly on, the for nd is of considerable; in-.: terest, as it will decide who are-'Ur be ou top ior ue minor premiership and therefore entitled to the right of challenge. I,ast year's premiers will have to put forth their best •effort, as Whorouly is-just' nov?: in : •fine form. , . ' Myrtleford and Gapsted meet 'at. Myrtleford, the latter1 s team. being as follows :—Glough, Sutton, '.Reid; Willoughhy, Ryan, 'EL*' and E. Milne, ,J. Murray, Radcliffe, Duahe. J. Murray ; emergancies, Puzey and Ledger. T. Patton, of Buffalo, has been-, chosen as one of the country team - to play in Melbourne on 25th. and 26th February. ' The V.C.A. has decided to pay the far^s of Association teams visit iug the country- at Easter time* Fitzroy had promised if possible to visit Myrtleford, but owing to being in the Association semi-final cannot do so; Mr Beach, hon sec of Myrtleford G.C., has now written, asking th~ Association to get a team to come to Myrtleford, prefer-...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Land Transactions. Flanagan, Newman and Co. report recent land transactions:— [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Land Transactions. B'lauag'an. - Newman ami Co. report; re cent laud transactions:— Account Mr G. Ford, Lo'udrigan, 80 acres freehold laud at Byawatha, to Mr. j. R. Connor. . Account Mr J. Kennedy, Eldorado. we iisfive sold building'block, poutsi«|d. of 60 -feet,.to Swan road, to Mr W. A. Bobbie. Accbunt the ..liiortgagee's we offered at auction 59 acres of land at Tarrawingee, known V rts M. Moroney's. We did not ef feet a sale at auction, but the land ,was immediately afterwards sold to Mr. Jno. . Mavouey, of Tarrawingee. Two Geelong girls, who are war&s_of t.he State, passed with ex^: celieut marks,-,at the "recent ."junior- • public examinations. Another euccessful ward, a boy-under 15 years of age, passed in seight/ sub- . jects V and obtained distinction iq. . „ fOUr."' •' '■>. , • The Presbyterian. -Church and manse .and three-houses'were; totally destroyed by fire at Walgett, N.S'.W. The damage" is estimated at ■■ about ^2000. ' rTbIe , fire, was... caused^ by a c...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Whorouly. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

t % \M !h o u 1 y. The balTheH' iivthe- HalLon Eri day night in connection with the Race Club's annual race meeting, was attended by " fully 60 couples, and was a great success. The floor was in good order and first-class music was supplied by Mr H. MlNamara (piano), Mr J. Maher (violin), and Mr A. M'Namara (piccolo), while Mr J. Mason made au efficient M.C. The ladies of the • district dispensed an excellent - sup per, which was daintily laid out un der a marquee., Gapsted and Whorouly orickec teams met ou Saturday «at W horo uly, the lioiixtj. team securing an easy win. For Gapsted, F. Cousins was top scorer with 30, made up of two sixers, four fourers and a couple or singles. At- call of time Whorouly had 2Q(j up for six wickets, Wells 67 and W. Grant 22: being not out. P. Connors, G. Kneeboue and J. Fisher also batted well.. Scores-.— Gavstkd. • • A:..' Cousins, b J. Fisher ; ,... u E.^B. Cousins, b W. Grant ... ... : a. - J. MoNamara, c Wei Is, b Pi sher ... LI D. H'odgens, c N...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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MINING. The following dredging returns are reported to Friday last:— [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

■WMMNMBiBI Tlie following dredging: returns are reported to Friday last (Bright Star.................. Bti'fcklaiidStar... i.,......... 19 ■ • Bii<ikland River, fortnight Excelsior..................!. l'j$& Harfietville Star 35^(r junction .35"y*.,. M aori Queen, N o. 1 . 21 Maori Queen No. 2 ' 3^ ,, Ovens Valley (fortnight) 56^ Porepuukah ............... 30>i:'' Racecourse ..... 18^ Tewkesbury amal ' ' gamated (fortnight) ... 132 ; Wandiligong No. 1.24 Wandiligong No 2 ...... .39 Mr E. Lawrence, manager of the Monarch mine at Harrietville, re ported to the directors that a rich make of stone had been met with in the main level, and in consequence the directors (Messrs Banks, Jagoe and Screen) and the legal, manager (Mr Breen) visited the mine last week. They were very favorably impressed with what they saw. The reef is 9ft wide, and just now sink ing and driving overhead is being carried on. Some of. the stone, is exceedingly rich, but of course this is not th...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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TRAINED ANIMALS MR. THOMAS HARDY'S VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

. TRAINED ANIMALS f v MR.„THOMAS HARDY'S VIEWS ; Mr. Thomas ;Hardy, in the course of a letter to "The Times," says that ■ possibly some animals may be, and are; trained for performances without discomfort to themselves, but there'is > ^m'ple evidence to show that many trainers prefer short cuts to attain their ends, and that these short cuts are by the way of, crudity. ' I have been present, continues Mr. Hardy, at dog performances at country fairs, where the wretched animals so tternbled with terror when they" failed to execute the feat required of them that' they could scarcely stand, and remained with eyes of misery fixed upon their master, paralysed, at- the knowledge of what was in store for. them behind the scenes, whence their shrieks could afterwards be heard through the canvas. And there are cruelties of' a more insidious kind produced by drugs. As to the caging of birds, the assertion that a caged skylark experiences none of the misery of a caged man makes demands upon ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Myrtleford Market. Wednesday, Feb 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

- Wednts&cUiy, Fob. 11th Flanagan Newrnin and Co report hold "'ijjij their'fortnightly market on the abovo •.v:;»^date;'i.Ayhon.- .thBj', s.ubmitEodvan extra largo - yarding1 to a good attendance of buyers Prices were not quite as high as those rul ! -ti-ing at our last sale; Pigs: j82 2/ to 32/6 to . 29/ to 24/6 to 15/. Sheop: Ewes to 15/1 to 14/ to 12/6; lambs 14/7 to 13/8 to 11/5. ■ v;: Vealers i£3 IS/ to -53 16/ to £2 bj and at prices.to 16/; fat- steers.and ' heifers .£3 8/6 to .£3 151 to £3 171 to M to <£4 8/ to £1 10/ to ,£5 3/, bullocks .£S, 18/6 to M 10/ to .£8 and at prices to £1, cows £7 18/ to ,£7 10/ v"to ■'-Jji-'bj: to ,£5 and at various prices to - £4 10/, heifers £S 12/ to J?8 to £7 17/6 to 10/ to =27 oj and at priced to £5. cows and calves <£5 3(, c£t 17/6, -Si 12, =84 6/ lo wfii;-- store bullocks at £5 14, dry cows <-£4 5/. to £&:■. to <£3 10/, steers and heifers .£2 6/6 to J62 2/, hoifors £2 IS/6 to ,£2 1...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

cJL 9101led AND WHOUOULY WITNESS. RAILWAYS; Cheap Excursion. Tuesday, 2'ith February.—To Melbourne from Bright and stations to ; Boualla ittr elusive. Monday; 23rd February.—From • •'Melbourne- to tlioso stations. • Tickets, close noon. 2Lst February. Particulars at sta tions. .v.. E. B. JONES, Acting Secretary.- • > TTjIOUND ovb^a'./'Ook ago, Horse Bug. -&= Owaet^can_li;t.\ro same-bjvpayingrfor a-fvt, on 'applies, li cm j (;i;-L,>OitoiJCH"pic; Clyde Street. ANTED, a Waitress., Apply.-Ar, ptnb Hotkl, Bright Don't forget the 18th. Corns and Have a Hearty. Laugh S Family I Mr Johnnie Mooro Miss Popsy Moore, : Mr Reg Moore ■ Missus' tvy & Winnio Assisted, by Mr Kkkd. AudijBY. who'is': to • icfc as ruiiin, VLirMLffi hn the Kumly Johi^ 1 Mo is. Qvn«'i il Mana«ei CD3i)ing Pevfa^muicB, MYiftLE'ORD, on J~, J0ED.. FEB. 18, Moore's Hall.

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Moore Family Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Moore Family Entertainers. It should be almost unnecessary to again mention that the enter tainment by Mr J. T. Moore' and •Family; ;who are going on tour in N.S, Wales for a time, takes place at Moore's Hall on Wednesday even ing next, 13th inst. The Moore family, have always been foremost in assisting in any entertainment in ! Myrtleford and district, and we feel rsure the public will turn up in large t'mi bers to give them a hearty send-off. ^ The programme is an excellent"aud varied one. Mr Fred Dudley, who has the reputation of being a fine baritone singer, will as sist on this occasion. The prices of -admission are 1/6 and 1/, and a few chairs at 2/ may be reserved on ap plication to Mr A. J. Croucher.

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Special Horse Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Special Horse Sale. . A N ' ~ ISvans and Maeonocltie report holding „ their Waugaratta liorse sale on February ',6th, in conjunction with Campbell and • Sons, of Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne, when the largo yarding of 210 horses was made •• and 93 sold. The o was a good attendance of Melbourne buyers, and a very largo at tendance from the surrounding districts and New South Wales. Competition was good for all useful horsos, while ttose suit able for shipmout and good ponies sold well. No heavy draughts were yarded. Best farm mares arid geldings .£2(5 to <£30, others from i>18 to .£24, aged draughts from .£8 to ,£14, best light horses from .£13 to .£18 10/, useful sorts from .£7 10/ to .£11, ponies from .£5 to -C16 10/. Flanagan, Newman and Co's big special store cattle sale at Myrtle ford on Friday, 20th Feb.

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