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LONDON CURFEW HOTEL MANAGERS COMPLAINT [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

LONDON _ CURFEW HOTEL MANAGERS' COMPLAINT I I'll© growth of the supper club. and |,-the cult of tho new • Bohwnianisni . in London are having an effect upon the biff hotels and restaurants of tha West End. All the places which for years have ' made a feature of after-theatre cater ing—the Savoy, Romano's, the Carlton, the Piccadilly, the Cecil, and Prince's— are feeling the consequences of a movement which every night takes from five to six hundred people to supper and dancing at the smart night clubs, recently established in theatre land. A meeting of the London Hotel keepers' Association to-day gave at tention to the problem of how to meet the new competition that has arisen with the Tango craze and the tendency of society to indulge in early morning revels (says the "Evening News" of December 5). THEATRE RUSH The situation, almost in a nutshell, may be gathered from a conversation overheard outside one of the West End" theatres last night. "What do you say to supper at tha ?" (a ...

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

REFORM MOVEMENT Russia will hay^'enjo^ed for-a^^iod of 50 years Con jfahuary 1, 1914) t-ftef/kfN, vantage of local? s%lt -gcA'dtnmerit" "The Times," for then 'iiipf Pwxiattvcljjt will have been in existence foi'-SD ^ears* Whatever progress the rural classedj in Russia have macffer'Tsii^ce 1S64 must;"ty* attributed largely to writes Sir D. Mackenzie Wallace, in "The Times." Besides this, it served as an excellent preparatory school for the Duma, which was to realise some of its ambitions and political aspirations. Remembering all this, we regard it as only right and fitting that patriotic (Russians should celebrate joyfully its 50th birthday, and that the proposers of toasts at the coming banquets should heartily wish it long life, health, and prosperity in its future career of usefulness. Sir Donald Mackenzie's account in "The Times," of December 15, deserves particular notice, as it will enable the English student of Russian affairs to understand much that is obscure in the broader...

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

BRIOHT. From out Correspondent. Tuesday. I Tiie following accounts are wait ing. - payment at tbe Receipt and Pay Office, Bright :—W. T. Cox, W. J. Ctmdy, L. S. Kidd, W. ■ M' Cor mack. K. R. Sutton, H. F. Fool, Rae Bros., R. J. Tobias, Bright Shire Council. Freeburgh and Porepunkah, who are level in the cricket premiership, are to playoff on Bright ground on Saturday to decide which team will bold the minor premiership, and a meeting of the Association is being: called for Friday to arrange about the final matches, as well as to con sider a letter received from Brighton Club, who are anxious .to visit us at "Easter. The annual Sunday School picnic in connection with . St Andrews' Presbyterian Church was held on Friday last, and proved successful as: well as enjoyable. Although the, frightfully hot weather somewhat •discounted tbe pleasure attached to such gatherings, the youngsters turned out to the grounds in large numbers, and an energetic com-! mittee, consisting of Messrs Hall, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

M. S. RUSSELL Late of Mansfield, Family Butcher, Myrtleford. Mr Russell has purchased the, business lately conducted by C. Brien, and will give customers best satisfaction. •J ' . > Bost Lamb and Mutton. Cart calls daily -for orders. J. JOHNSON, Butcher, MYRTLEFORD. Supplies customers daily with the Liv -i\ ^ v r Prills* Beef, Mutton, &G., v:»nd Small Goods. \ ;• a - ' . - . V V!!J- ■ " -t tfi: ' -'-.-A <v.,, . • c;>q ■■ - ■ ■ ' '■ k. •-><.'> i. * : ... - Ij ; &. • H YY . :1* Cdsft* f?uyer of Hides, Skins. HIGHEST PRICKS GIVEN.

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Terrible Fatality. LITTLE GIRL'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

..Li^TJUS JG-1RI.'s ' Di&TH. j ] On Saturday last, a number -of jSuhday School children fro^'North. jFitzroy attended a picnic at Brighton rBeach. They had an enjoyable day, and in the evening . vyere. re turning. When approaching Flin ders st station' one of the party. (Alice Morris;' 1 lyears) •''went. to an opefi .window and'Held-out her"arm'."' It projected' just past' th^'elbow, and,: at that' moment'a train,' Bound for' Brighton, dashed past.' One o'f the doorsTiad' beieh-le'ft5 open, aiid-this struck 'this5 'girl's'; arm, and1 cdtn-1 p 1 etely;s'evexed i t''betwe:e 11 • the wr'is tr joint and the elbow. The •child" screamed and fell back into the carriage, bill her guardians and playmates did nof realise what had happened until the broken • and jagged ! stump ' fell' bleeding across., the little 'girl's white frock. In the next compartment of the carriage ' there was a similar commotion, as the impact of the passing train had hurled the severed handj through the opeu1...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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PRINCE BUELOW'S BOOK [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

J PRINCE BDELOW'S BOOK The Berlin newspapers publish sev eral extracts from Prin.ee Buelow's book on "Gei-many under the reign of the IDmperor William." which is to be published in Berlin (says the Berlin correspondent of "The Daily Express"). As "The Express" hass already stated, the work ot the former Imperial Chan cellor includes no sensation, nor even any revelation. But is is interesting as a record of Germany's recent history. The ex-Chancellor is at pains to ex plain and justify his attitude during the earlier stage of the Morocco crisis, and explains that Germany insisted on having- an international conference at Algeciras because the simple and un hindered annexation of Morocco by France would have, been a death-blow to .Germany's prestige with all Moslem countries, whom the Kaiser had sol emnly promised constant protection and friendship. • Prince Buelow also acknowledges that the Kaiser's journey" to Tangier in 1905 was usdertaken on his advice, and was calculated by the ...

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INFLUENCE OF GOVERNESS OBJECTION TO FOREIGNERS [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

INFLUENCE OF GOVERNESS OBJECTION TO FOREIGNERS Remarkable feeling against the em ployment of foreign governesses in French families has recently become apparent, here (saj's the Paris corres pondent of "The Daily News" Decem ber 19), and it seems to draw its chief inspiration from the upper rather than from the middle classes. M. Max;cel Prevost gave voice to il he did not create—the prejudice in his book "Guardian Angels," and it has been intensified by the publicity given to the author's views by the adaptation of the story to the stage. The English public may judge of the actual position of the controversy by a series of interviews in "The Temps," living opinions for and against the foreign governess. Princess de Faucigny Lencinge," who is not only a "grande dame" but an. authoress as well, takes a surprisingly "Nationalist" view of the question.. The education of the French girl by the foreigner she remarks, if it is not scrupulously controlled by the parents cannot but influenc...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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NURSE IN THE FLAT [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

NURSE IN THE FLAT .-The jury (King's Bench Division, Mr . Justice Coleridge and a special jury) failed to agree upon a verdict in the ac tion brought by Miss Charlotte Reid, a certified medical and surgical nurse, against Mr Oscar Cupper, managing di rector of Metallurgique, Limited, of '43, -Hanover Gate Mansions, Regent's . Park, for damages fox; alleged assault, false imprisonment, and wrongful dis missal. The plaintiff's case was that she en - tered the service of the defendant as • nurse to his child and companion to Mrs Cupper. , She was not treated ac cording t.o the representations made to her at the time of her appointment, and after various unpleasant incidents Mr Cupper struck her on the- left side of the face, bruised her chest, dismissed her, and locked her in the nursery for ten minutes. Counsel: For the plaintiff, Mr J. B. Matthews, K.C., and Mr Harold Sim mons; for the defendants, Mr Clavell Salter, K.C., and Mr S.torry Deans. Mrs Cupper, wife of the defendant, gave ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

THE SALE of the Season! F. LGWERSON and CO. •Wish to announce to the Public of Myrtleford and District that their Annual Stocktaking Sale comm On ay, Feb. 18th This is a SACRIFICE of a NEW, CLEAN and PART1CULARLY*W£iLL-ASSORTED STOCK. Everything will be reduced considerably, and every householder will have a chance to secure Bargains in Orooeries, Ifonmongery, Crockeryware Booots and Shoes, and Drapery OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. Remember the Sale Prices are for Cash Onlyf and the usual rates,must be charged for booking. If you live a distance from the town, forward us your orders/by Post. We will attend to them and Pay Carriage, values will be just as-good. : , We have not room for all of our Prices, but we give a few. wliieli will convince you that The In Drapery- -i Prints, guaranteed washing, reduced from 7d and 6d per yd to 4/11 doz Blouses from 3/11 each. Dress Lengths at ridiculously low prices Good White cr Grey Calicoes from 4/6 doz Children's Straw Hats from 3d eacli Girls' and...

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Bicycle Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Bicycle Road Race. The Butfal& ro.ad' race prom'oted ? by \fr J. M'J^ean, of cfice'••gB'uffiiipCf Cycle DepotV f-ou .:,Saturday, froni Bright to Kurobin and back,- attrac ted. 28 starters, and resulted in a win for E. Fletcher, Wandiligong, scratch, whose riding time for- the ■ 20 miles : was 59min "2secs. J. Cherry, Bright,,oil the 4min behind.'' ..iiiarK, :finiSbed.second^, the ..-.journey occupying;/mi 11 ie^Tsecs. ; Soon afterwards W. Rowe, Etirobiu, I 2min behind, crossed the tape, his riding time being 57miu 22secs. The prize tor cue . fastest unplaced rider'/-, who ■ h id never previously won a similar prize, fell to V. H iggs, who occupied 54miu .36secs to icpmplete;the jourtteyi;;* while, the fastest time by the rider of a Buffalo bicycle was captured by J. Walden, 55miu llsecs. The absolute fastest time fell to the district champion, F. E. Smith, who did his... 20 miles in 54-min 10sees, a rattling good performance ; but starting from 10 minutes befciiud does not g...

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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

ix ti icsTa >a.:i •. : • . ■ ■ From" an exchange we take the following !'A somewhat meritor ious training performance has been acmeved by Mr .William jfames Wye, horse trainer, of Goondiwindi (Q), he' having during ' the j'12 months ending 'Noy^mt^r Returned the .winners on 24 occasions, being placed second 25 times, and19 times jthird out of' a possible of 7 f starts. Wye,' (jQoudi wiudi district .'Mr Harry .Chis ■ holmes stable, RandwickJ/-haiIs from BrfgHt"district, anH is a, ;nbted Buck jump rider1." * Mr.,..Wye'is a son of Mrs -Wy%of.Myrtleford.-> . iThe Wodonga jockeys,:-N. Pyke, Rj-King, and A. M'Kay won the programme'- at - Dederang: •• Pyke - r'ucle th ree. win tiers, one -after; a dead . ■hejitv; King iKode two, and^-M-t.Kay' one besides dead-heating wLth>Py'kfe\ in.-ihe-Galloway Race. "• -The" hk'cks1 arou lid Dederang m'u st be ' stayers'. ' '-Kt the recetit'.race meet'-1 iiig the '\krecf3car^ local h'a6k race was to be run oyer seven'miles and a distance—a pret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

; V. F. ONLi]Y, Baker & ^onfectioncp, WHILE Thanking his • numerous cus tomers t'or past patronage, bekjs t* inform them that ho_ has opened ,4 . in connection witlivttie B&lcery. ,,{ •^Next door to I'Miss; Ni&H'fe Store, Clyde' Street',' Myrtleford. LIG HT R E F R E 3 H AtJ52STTS'atall " hour? ©dn&%ti,'$*6Wrl-.:'".V r WOOL ■'■ V;'"^ \ SHEEPSKINS ;.V ■ HIDES ^ TALLOW FURRED SKINS, Etc.. • ... r«S ... DAL6ETY & COMPANY LTD. ALBURY J ! i . Sales held Monthly j ' • •$ ' ,t ' "t ' ' Hignest prices real! sea.-' Liberal advances Fat and Store Cattle Sales ... held at ... • ! ALBURY - FORTNIGHTLY WO DONG'A'- FORTNIGHTLY Se^d all your live-stock to us for sa-le. Cricketers' Hotel, Under .new .anclr efficient- management. Proprietress. Having taken over this well-kntiwn and popular hotel from the late proprietor, itr J. Johnson, the,new proprietress wishes to intimate th^t\th'e;^n3ine53 will be conduc ted onf.soand*5,itid§, /and' -.every.attention■ wil...

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Bright Tennis Association. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Bright Tennis Association. +—— The iirafc semi-final of chic A^ociafcion between Bright and Wandiligong, was played off ou Friday on St Andrew's Court. There was a large attendance of spectators iiud the ladies generously banded round afternoon te-i. The day was extremely hot for tenuis, and the veteran " Andy " Wal lace,' after a long tussle, duceuinbed to the excessive heat, and it wag somo rime before he recovered. Bright after a, determined battle proved their superiority, and won the "match with 2 rubbers to spare. Porepunkah and St Andrew's meet on All Saints Court on Friday, and the win ners play Bright iu the fln&l. Friday's score were Wallace and Nor ley (W) bea* Murphy, and Metcalfe (B), 4-0, 6-2, 7*5. \ ' Ds>re and Fox (,B) b^at Telford and Milla (W), 6-5. fi-2. Miss it'Lean and Murphy (B) beat, Mre , Jones and Mills (W), 6-3, 6-3. . . Jtfiea-L; M'Lean axid Dore (B) beat Misa: Pettertou and Telford (W), tJ-1, 6-t. Totals—Bright, 3 rubbers, 7 sots, 49 ^swcaes; W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

STARTLING IS NOW in FULL SWIN ,3 Hurry up and be in time for Marvellous Bargains. Great Sacrifices in All Departments A Visit wIBi convince that this is. vA GENUINE SALE. ■ J. M'LEAN Late of Coventry and Birmingham, England. the Cycle and Motor The heart of Rid© a Buffalo Cyc(& Gonclusive Money Saver. I Defy Competition Pattern B.S.A. built for £8 8s. Od. Easy Payments Arranged. Be Insistent, . And when you knc.v an article'is best and cheapest by pounds, don't let persuasion warp your better judgment. .» In the Selection of a Bicycle Say Buffalo, and mean it! Remember, no machine with' the slightest pretention to the term " high grade," can justif}7 that title if not built right. Give me your Order, so buyiiig direct from the maker and save DEALERS' PROFITS. Wonderful Discovery! The recent .wonderful discovery just installed in my workshops for brazing Cast Iron, Cast Steel, etc. I challenge competition and will braze any Cast Iron rejected by others, such as cylinders, cra...

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Politics and Religion. COUNCIL CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Politics and Religion. Council Criticised. Recently the Day]esford Borough Council passed a regulation prohibit ing, the use of any public reserve in the. borough for political or meetings other thau religious. On Sunday afternoon Mr Josiah Thomas, M.H.R., and Mr Hogan, for Warreuheip, addressed apolitical gathering of about 400 persons in the enclosure at the Hard Hill Spring. In introducing the speakers, Mr Hewitt, the Secretary of the branch of the Federated Mining Employees' Association, said that if the Bor ough Council thought that they could lead the ratepayers like a lot of children, they were mistaken. Mr Thomas characterised the Borough Council's action as savor ing of cant and hypocrisy, and a good deal of Phariseeism/ Where did religion stop and politics be gin ? He "could deliver an address on the 20th chapter of Job without interruption, but if he were to speak on "Henry George's book, " Pro gress and. Poverty," which, dealt, with"exactly- the sanie subject; he wa§ lia...

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Fun and Fancy. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Fun and Fancy. A Garden Waul. — A cat on the fence Why is a nursery a good place for dancing ?—Because it is a regular bawl-room. Bridesmaid's Question.—Don't you think the bride is foolish not to . marry the best man ? A yonng lady at a ball called her beau an Indian, because he was on her trail all the time. Never trust to appearances ; it is the prosperous dentist who looks most down in the mouth. A schoolboy remarks that when his teacher undertakes to '' show him what is what," he' only finds out which is switch. A girl coaxed her lover to take her for a drive, and the horse ran away and killed her ! (Showing this paragraph to your girl will save you some money). They were speaking of a young lady who sings beautifully, and one of the party asked, "Is she a mezzo-soprano?" "No, I think she's Irish,'' was the innocent reply. The following paragraph is from one of the latest fashionable novels: —" With one hand he held her beautiful head above the surging waves, and with, the othe...

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Cutting Timber without a Permit. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Cutting Timber without a i Permit. i At Beechworth Police' Court, Joseph Counsell pleaded guilty fc6. cutting timber bn Crown Lands' without a license. ' 1 The Forests Officer stated that he" found defendant in the cbutse of repairing his fence' had cut saplings'' along the line of fencing for a:bout1! a mile. He said he thought he was ' j allowed to clear his line of fencing. This' was not sd, as permission had"' first to'be obtained from the'depart-', merit. The ' value of the timber* would be ,£3 or ,£3/10/. Defendant handed a statement to ; the'Bench in which he stated that ' the land had been selected 45 years ; ago and fenced. Being desirous of erecting a wire-netting fence he had felled the timber not knowing he was committing a breach of ' the Act. In answer to the P.M., the officer stated that the department would have granted permission to clear about 6ft on the lin'i of fencing, but defendant had cleared about half a chain. Defendant was fined 20/, and or dered to pay £L ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

Commonwealth of BustvaUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY «Ms iwk i« open for oil «la«« of GENERAL @A(MKlNQ BUSINESS ftt EQUITABLE EUILDINQ, OOLLINS STREET, &3ELS20URME Al«o at. Sydney, Canberra. Adelaide, r«rth. HobarL, • Rri«han«, Flookhampton, Totrinrillo, and IyftmiM. Oable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign plains diract. Foreiyn bills ae»-otiat«d »■< collected. Lei ten of credi! Nsued 1,0 »ni part. ol r,he world. Bill? negotiated or for*rardod f*'r ooHertioii. Banking and Kxohaujfe, Hueiti»M o( ev«rr dsar.rip'ion transacted within the OoMtnom wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Ourreic accounts opened. IiiWrait paid on ax*d depoiit*. Adranoe* made ayaiiut approved securitiai. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Br*u(,'h»o in the alio if citici and 2,000 Asr« neles a» f*o«t Offleas throiifhout the Commonwealth. Dapoaitn from 1/- to £IOO. Interact sat 3j»®r annum. Dapoaite «sr W i t h d r ev w r I o wwy to scad« at. ...

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Whrouly Races. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

WWrouly Races. Notwithstanding the extreme heat on Friday last, there was a very large attendance at the Whorouly races, including numerous visitors from Wangaratta, Myrtleford, Chil tern, Beechworth, Moyhu, Everton and other towns. The racecourse is in Mr P. Council's paddock, the ttise of which is always kindly given for this annual fixture. The object of the meeting is to assist Myrtle ford Presbytery, and there is evi dently no distinction of class or creed locally, for almost every family in Whorouly was represented, and all did their best to assist in making the meeting a success. Amongst those present were Mr C. J. Ahern, M.H.R., Fathers Mahony, P.P., and Dunn, of Myrtleford, Fathers Doyle, Healy and Bossence. The ladies werein strong force, and they well maintained the hospitality for which Whorouly is noted. The luncheon supplied in. a marquee specially erected for the occasion was fully appreciated by large num bers, and highly satisfactory busi ness was done. The ladies.w...

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Siftings. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 12 February 1914

The thermorouter iu Myrtleford registered 107 in the shade on Fri day last. This is believed to be a record. Mr G. Meredith Hall, dentist, will be in Myrtleford on Wedues : day morning next, 18th inst., arid I may. be consulted at Myrtleford j Hotel from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. A cheap excursion train will run i from Bright to Melbourne on Tues day, 24th inst. Tickets must be purchased before noon on Sat., 21st. Owing to the severe heat on Fri day, five of Mr J. Johnson's pigs died at Ovens Vale. One of these was a pedigreed boar which Mr Johnson purchased in Melbourne a short time back. Mr Vernon Puzey, of Myrtleford, has accepted a good position on one of the Phillipine dredges, and leaves here in a few days. Mr L,egge, postal inspector, has been in Myrtleford this couple of days in the course of, his ordinary duties. The inconvenience iu re gard to the letter-box at the railway ttation since the introduction of the barrier system was brought under his notice, and he has made in quiries...

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