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The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nec timide. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 4 September 1914

Cfje (JSfjromclc. PUBLISHED EVEUY FKIDAY. Nec lemero nec timidc. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 1914 THE .Federal and State Premiers have held a conference during the last week anent the abvisability oC obtaining a loan to meet the present war and unemployed emergency; but money can now, only be obtained in England at ruinous interest, and there is no other direction in which wo can look at the present time. We must look nearer home for the necessary capital which could be obtained at little cost to colonists, generally, by a super tax. The accumulated wealth, according to .statistics, is JGMO,000,000 for the Com monwealth of Australia, and a simple tax of id. in the: £1 would yield over £2,000,000. Tho private wealth of Victorian citizens, amounts to£;500,000,000 so that the tax in Victoria would yield nearly £700,000. It is a question if there should be exemptions- a low exemption For Children's Hocking Cough nl Kight, Wooda' Great IVjipermint Cure, Is Gd. might bo provided, but wo bolievo t...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 4 September 1914

LAW HICLATINO TO Ji KWSrAl'ICHS. j 1. b^d'KMibcr* who do nol |*i»« expreei« notice U> (lie contrary nro considered as wishing lo continue their subscription. 12. If f>ul»ci'ilioi-9 older I ho diei'onlinunnco of Iheir periodical.", (liti publisher may continue lo mmhI them unlit arrears nre paid. If MibHcriborfi refuse or neglcot to take periodical# from the ofllcc U> which they uro directed, they am held v«*t»|»*>n»tb1o until they lmvu settled their hill-, and ordered lint periodical* lo be discontinued; . ?J. If fubseribcru move lo oilier places without informing publisher*, ami tlie papers nro pent to their former direction, llto nubarribers are tcspoiiMble. 5. Tho courts have decided (hat refusing to lake periodicals from the otlieo or removing or leaving ihem uncalled for ia prima facte evidence of in tentional fraud. (!. Jf Mtbscribera pay in ndvnnco for periodicals they nre bound to giro uotico to tho publisher at the end of the time tliaL (hoy do not wish to conli...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 4 September 1914

Federal Elections. . Tho JFedornl elections tako place to morrow, commoncing at 8 a.m and cloning at 8 p.m. It 19 to bo hoped that all "the oloctors throughout tbo district will record their votes. If we wish to BIIOW wo aro of somo importance it will be necessary to xocord every vote throughout the district. Unfortunately the Shire is divided between two electorates. Gippaland and Indi, conse quently the interost is dividod and our poll cannot show a very largo number for any particular candidate, but it is not an | unmixed ovil as thero will be two rcpro#- ' ontativoa in tlio Shiro in tho Federal ! Uovornmont. What wo would earnestly 1 impress opon tho electors is the necessity of ' being thoroughly seized with the fact as to I whom ho or oho intonds toting for. There cannot bo «ny nmtnka as to tho names of tho parties ia tho Hotiso of Representatives, out thorc is a likelihood of confusion beinc otpononced with those io tho Senate, .twelve names will be submitted, six of which mu...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 4 September 1914

' 'V WHAT » .\EE * TO TOE MAN WHO IS ttlv iSSSBsESSSS Onlv n bitter mockcrv. The tvorlu is full of delights ir» which he cannot share. lip can buy them but not enjoy thrm. end is poor despite his millions. This is special! v true of the dyspcptic-the man whi, cannot (lipest his food, when the stomach ccr.MS 10 cficctunlly perforin its natural wvtk. food censes to nourish and causcspnin. heartburn, wind, acidity, and a host of other troubles which spoil life. Perfect digestion is the foundation of sound health, and that is assured ny the use of the world-renowned digestive tome and S.OI.ukIuc remedv, Mother Seigel's Syrup. Mrs* Maria Mnnuell. 91. Lennox Street, ><orlh Kichniond, Victoria, writes on July 21st, 19<*S : " ^ lur to overestimate the benefit Mother Scigel s Syrup has con ~ to overestimate me ucmut -uumu vV.-i lened up.m me. When my health was completely broken down tlmm. iii(li"estiun and I scarcely dared to look at toed, mother Sc.^c. .s w>n im...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Quarterly Mining Report, ending 1st July, 1914. JAMIESON DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 4 September 1914

Quarterly Mining Report, ending lat July, 1011. JAMIESON DIVISION. Champion, 1,000 tone for 87oz 12dwt, average i 1.7dtvt, value £3-11 12a. Main Reef, 215 tons for 85oz lOdwt, average 8dwt value £288 13«. Star of tlio AVoat, 56 tool for 62oz 15dwt, average 22.4dwtj valuo £238 15a. GAVFNEY'S CREEK. A«l.» 1,000 tons for 1119oz, avorago 20.5dwt; value £4,421 18a. Roao of Denmark, 1133 tons for GO2oz, uverage G.Ddwt, value £2,116 3a, New DempaoyV 22oz 17dwt, valuo £88 18d. G. P. O'Connor, 30 toaa for 13oz, avorugo 8.7dwt value £45. WOODSFOINT. W. Collins, 12 tons for 120oz, avorugo 2.10dwt value £522 3s. £olj Terror, 2 tons for 15oz lldwt. X/iUle Comet, 3 tons for 2oz lidwt, valuo £9 15s. BIG RIYER. Georgia, 80 tons for 30oz I7dwt, uvcrogo 7.7dwt. JEKICIIO. Argjle, 40 tons foe lloz Sdwt, average 5.0dwt, valuo £41. W. George, 45 Ions for 29oz Idwt, 'Average ISdwt Hansen, Hoot, value £95.

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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New Local Government Act Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 4 September 1914

New Local Government Act Bill. Tho ofcovo Bill has givpn power to unito or to aovor and annex cortam Boroughs mid Shires without petition. Scctian 3 clearly lays down that tho Kato payora of corporate bodioa which aro not paying rates up to A certain standard, (hot is an annual valuation for a Borough £300, and for a Shire £1500> based on a Is rnte, may annex it to on ad* joining: Borough or Snire, notwfthstandmg anything in tho Local Government Act, may, without petition, canio rooh annexation to bo made. Thcto is, how ovor, a proviso: Thot no order shall bo mado unless tho Country Rori'b Board, constituted under tho Rnnri* Act 1012, makes a recommendation that it is expedient that \li« ordor shall bo mado and lhat three months' no'ico bo given to such municipality to be effected and to any creditor thereof to show omsd why l ho order should not bo mado and to specify n day upon which the order comes into operation. It will therefore bo seen thai tho J members of the Main Roads ...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 4 September 1914

3ST OTIOH. DR. L. D. SKEWES, WOODSPOINT, WILL attoud at Gleeson'a Private Cottage, JnmieaoD, ou every alternate Wednesday, and cau bo consulted from Wednesday evoning until 10 a.in, Thursday. Can also bo consulted ou samo days at Allen's Hotel, Ten Mile. First visit, AVcduesday, Vobruary 2Dtb. Attouds at Gaffuey's ovory weok. "LINSEKD COMPOUND" Xrado Mork of Kuy's Compound lissyuco of Luisyed for Cougha und Colds. For Br'onohiul Cousin?, luko Woods' Great Teppurinint Ctiro; Is Gdl of Mica St, Broken Hill, N.S.W. who has a vast experience in fever and operating cases, and during her pro fessional career has been associated with some of ADELAIDE'S LEADING SURGEONS gives her opinion, after close observation, of the strengthening powers of CLEMENTS TONZC LTD., " Fop months I have read the testimonies of nurses in the papers, expressing their opinion of the valu able medicine, Clements Tonic. "I qualified for the pro fession over 10 years ago, and in earlier days I was associated with so...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr M. K. McKenzie, M.L.A. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 4 September 1914

Mr M. K. McKenzie, M.L.A. SUPPLEMENTARY KSTIMATKS. Mr MoKenzio, speaking on tbo Supplementary Estimate!, raid s I was very plcnpcd to hear tho remarks of tho Premier in regard to the Government, corrying out public works ns energetically 09 pouiblo Of courso, tho difficulty tho Govnrnmont have to face is in getting tho monoy. It would bo « very difficult, tiling for thom to got as much money on loan ns» thoy would liko to Rot under tho present eircum itonccs. But I think the Government wilt Hud pionty of avenues for spending monoy profitably if thoy Imvo it-Bpending as much ns over they cm get. Thoro aro many railways in tbo country districts that aro urgontly required, and which thoro f; is every prospoct of proving payable in tho near [ futuro. There is also a largo work which I hnvo j mentioned on ono or two previous occasions. Thnt [ is, tho Sngnrloaf schome on tho Goulburn, which is j urgontly required, and in connection with which it is \ flBtimated that a thousand men or more...

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 — 11 September 1914

Commonwealth JjikBank of HustvaUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bwit ii optn lot alt ct«if! ot GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS it EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth,, Ilobart, Brisbane, ilockhampton, Towniriile, and Locdoa. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct Foreign bills negotiated a*d collected. Letters of credit iuued to any part of the world. Bilti negotiated or forwarded for collection. Btnkini,* and Kxcbant,*e Business of every description transacted within the Common . wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current account! opened. latereit paid on Axed depcslU. Advances made a^ainat approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central OflTco: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above citiea and 2(000 Agencies at Port Offices throughout the Commonwealth, Dopo«it« from ^|- to £300. Interest at 3% por annum. Deposits or Withdrawn!* may >« madt at any Branch or Agency within the Co»Moaw...

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 — 11 September 1914

COURT iitlSE HOTEL " ' J A Si I S 8 © M. ? a the leading Hotel of the District. Commercial Travellers' Association House This'Old Established Hotel lias been Extensively Renovated, the Wooden Portion of the Buiiding being Replaced by. Brickwork, and Visitors will find I-'very Convenience. GOOD STABLI3ST Gr. LOOSE BOZBSi.-. Eveiy attention for families, Visitors.fishing, Cycling, Shooting and Pic-nic Parties. ; Acetylene Gas laid on throughout the Whole Building. . HOT AND COLD BA.THS. . M. A. DALE, JProj)rietress. The Best-The Cheapest mSSes ARE SOLD BY A LOCAL FIRM. PRICES: £3 10s. TO £9 ISs. Uag Guarantee EASY TEBMS, Tested and Faund THE DEST. In use all over the Commonwealth. The C#a\fcrt of Theusaads of Ifouscwives. They save more money nnd do more work with less labor than any other machines on the market, and you can't wear them out. 38-38 Srrol St.,Ncrlh Melbourne J A I I E S 0 N . The Best Appointed. Hotel in the Kanges. This Hotel has recently undergone Extensive Alteration...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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The Chronicle. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Nec temere nec timide. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 11 September 1914

?fjc ©Ijronidc. PUBLISHED EYEUY l'lilDAY, Areo f enter a neo tiintde. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER H 1014 THE Price of Foods Bill, which the ' \ ' \ Legislative Council is blocking, is of so much importance that wo are agairi referring to it. Sinco oiir lust rertiarlcs on this important matter, statistics show Victoria to have about S,0OC);0OO bushels oE wheat. Tho amount of wheat available for export at present-allowing (or our own requirements up to next harvest-is estimated at 4,000,000 bushel. Upon the amount thore has been a riso of 9d. per bushel by. tho wheat ring, tho sum of .£300,000 has therefore gone into the poelcots of speculators, above the amount wliich would havo gone, had tho Bill boon passed by tho Logislativo Council. In tho main, tho money has gone into the hands of mon who have no right to it, I and tho worst feature of it all is, that it is stated that inur \vhoat and flour is being consigned to patts, that its ultimato desti nation might he Germany. So that wo are j spen...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 11 September 1914

IN MKMOltLAM. In Jofini» nimembrauco of doar Maggie who departed this life at Hums' bridgo on tho 7th September, V.m. JMaj/gio dear, Oh how wo niisa jou, ^ Since Jeyua haa culled you uwuy ; \ou iuiTo ^,'ouo to tlio Lord who redcometl jou I'Vojij tho night io tho aplendor of day. (Imerted by E. J. JJurna and K. T. T. HosUn.)

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 — 11 September 1914

r,AW I!ELATING TO NKWSl'Al'EIfS. 1. Subecribcrs who do not give Mpress nolieo (o Iliu contrary nro considered as wishing lo continue their subscription. 2, If Mibserihers order Itoo discontinuance of their periodicals, tlio publisher may continue to send them unlit arrears nro paid. fl. If flubtferibers refuse or neglcet lo take periodicals from llic oHice lo which they art? directed, they an» held responsible until they Imvti sell led their bills, and ordered tho periodicals to be di*cuuiiuiu-d. 'J. If subscribers more to other phiees without informing ' publisher?, inid tho p»pers nro sunt lo their formor direction, (tic subscribers arc responsible. 5. Tlio courts hnvo decided that refusing to tnk© periodicals from the ofiico or removing or leaving I hem unenlled for is jtrima fucic uvidetico of In tentioiml fraud. 0. If subscribers pay in ndrnnco for periodicals they are bound to giro notico lo tlio publisher nt tlio end of tho time that I hoy do not wish to continuo taking it, :...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Darlingford. 1 9 14. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 11 September 1914

Darlingford. ("FROM' ODB COTIREST1 OH DENT) 119 | 14. We jiad a 3ocia'l in our Fry's Bridge State school last night when sixty two 'attended. It wits in connection with tbe Presbyterian Church with tha object of 'enabling Mr Goble to become ncquninted with not only his people but nil thoso living around. It was not quite financially a success owing to the costly prizes givon for differoht ovents, such as nnil driving com petitions, cigaretto and tio, putting tail on donkey blindfolded, number of pens in a bottle; a number of nico gamos were played. Mils Miller sang nicely, Miss Madgo Nicholas gave a recitation, Mr James Uonnld gave a recitation as likowiso did Sir Qobla which were first class. The evening was a moat cnjoyablo one. After iho reverend gontleranu'a doparturo dancing was commcncml and wag kept going with a lively spirit till tlio small hours. Messrs lirooko nml Savvors ployed splendid music and after a sumptuous ropaat oil went their way having enjoyed themselves thorou...

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 — 11 September 1914

WAX^ASE. TO TBE MAN WHO IS IlL ^ ." Onlv n, bitter mockcry. "1 he world -V-, is full of delights in which he caiuiot share. He can buy them but not enjoy theni, and is poor despite his millions. This is specially true of the dyspcptic-the man who eimr.ot digest li!s food. A\ hen the stomach cefi^s to ctTcctunlly perform its natural woik, feed ceases to nourish and causes pain, heartburnf wittd, acidity, and a host of other troubles which spoil life. Fcrfect digestion is the foundation of sound health, and that is assured bv the use of the world-renowned digestive tcnic and stomachic remedy, Mother ScigcVs Syrup. v. . r>. , Mrs. Maria Manuell, 9*. Lennox btrcet, North Richmond. Victoria, writes on July 21st, 1908 : " It woulu be impossible *" * to overestimate the benefit Mother Seigcl s Syrup has con ferred upon me. When my health was completely broken down throu^.i indigestion, and I scarcclv dared to look at food, Motlicr bcigcl s S>rup restored me my lost health and strengt...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Patriotic Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 11 September 1914

Patriotic Meeting. A meeting was held in the Shiro Hall, JamicBOD, on Gth September, to inaugurate ii local Patriotic fund. There waa a largo attendance. Mr C. S Gleeson waa elected .chairman. Tho Chairman explained tho object for which the mooting had boon called. Tho Rev J. 13 Stannage followed with an address on "Tho present Crisis and how wo can help." The following resolutions were then carried : 1-That a Patriotic fund bo opened for Jamieson and neighborhood. 2-That twelvo (12) ladies bo elected to mako a house-to-house canvas on behalf o£ tho fund. -That tho Collectors form a Committee together with tho following gentlemen : Messrs (J. S Gleeson (hon Eec), II. D Mackay, (hon treas), and J. Cuthbert. .1-That all funds raised, other than those donated for a particular fund, bo devoted to the Belgian Relief fund. Tho following ladieE woro appointed to nndertako tho collecting : Mesdamea Bush, Vincent, and Wray, and Misses M. Dale, Gleeson, Rid^e, Ryan, Cuthbert (2), Cole, E. Sti...

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 — 11 September 1914

WRITES THIS LETTER TO [Carried or Single Women TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS More than «ny other thii document proves the value of this great family medicine. "Sunnyjid*, W*!Jaroo, S.A., 29/1/12. "Having scan in one of your books tho names of th030 benefited by CUL1EHT3 I0HIC, I add my testimony, seeing nono Ilka It anywhere. "It might benoflt others, as It did ma, when rearing my family. By Its uso I had tho brightest, healthiest children. " a boy 17, and thraa girl115, 13 and 10 years. Hoither knows what earache. tooth ache, or headache Is, "I attrlbuto it to nothing but tho uso of CLEMENTS TONIC, as I am not very strong. I would uso it when run down or out of sorts, and then would enjoy the best of health. " ill young married women shall uso it, as It is such a grand norve and musclo strongthoner. [Slgnotl) W3rs. E. STEER-" AND STOK1& SiJU, IT. Advico Mothora.--Arc you broken in your rest by a eick child auffcriug with tho pain of cutting tooth P Go ut onco t...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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Mr M. K. McKenzie, M.L A. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 11 September 1914

Mr M. K. McKenzie, M.LA. In tho discussion ou tho Price of Goods Bill, Mr McKenzio, said: In common with other honorable mombers, I deptoro the action of tbo Legislative Council in this matter. I thick they acted, to say tbo lea«t of it, unwisely nnd injudiciously in ad journing ab tbo present time, when a matter of this importance was before tbo legislature. A9 to tbe Bill itself, it is justified by the extraordinary circum stances. Ib is war time, and this Bill, which would not be justified in othor circumstances* to my mind is justified now, Not only that, but I think tbat at other time* ib wo old be Impracticable. Tbo difficulties of administering it would be 10 great as to ronder it absolutely dangerous. But, under tho exist ing rircurastfinces, wo have to trust to tbo common sense of tbe Q-orernment, and take tho risk Wo have control of tbo Government, and if any action is taken which wo disapprove of, Parliament can oontrol them. We do not part with tbo control by Parliament,...

Publication Title: Jamieson And Woodspoint Chronicle And Upper Goulburn Advertiser
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The Federal Elections. AFTER THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Jamieson and Woodspoint Chronicle and Upper Goulburn Advertiser — 11 September 1914

The Federal Elections. AFfER THIS POLL. ! Happily tho Federal Elections will be of tho past boforo these Hues appear in print; happily too tboy have boon conductol without any material Ioisening of tho kindly feeling, of tho mutual coofidcnco so essential in'a great national crisis. Australian* aro now froe to forget that they aro Liberate or Labor itea, to remember only that they aro sons and daughters of tho Commonwcath. And there is much to bo dona in the immediate future in which to fail may mean destruction of all wo value, and which can be successfully carriod through, only if wo ar* a thoroughly united people. That wo aro nnitod, the very failuro of politicians in oithor camp to draw tho electors to gatherings at which they dwolt on mere party matters, was proof conclusive. The greater has driven out tho loss; a grim determination to preserve our national lifo has temporarily ended disputes as to tho better fashion ing of tho details of that lifo. Happily both Sir Cook and Mr...

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 — 18 September 1914

Commonwealth JgffeBank of Hustmtfa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY Tbfo n*nfc ta open for all cluses of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at SEQUITABte; BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also nt Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobwt, Bmbioc, Roekh*mpton, Totfn«*iHe, *nd L^aifto, Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreipn places direct. Foreipn bills negotiated *«d collect#*!. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Dills negotiated or forwarded for collection, flanking and Exchange Business of every description traoMoted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. .Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offices 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE* Branches In the above cities and 2,000 Aronclos at post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Intorost at 2% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may to aad« at any Branch or Ageocy within the CommoeweaJ...

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