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The Indi Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 December 1916
The Indi Electorate. TSBRE is always speculation concerning the representation of any constituefiey in which there in a large number of votes not permanently alienated by eilher the Labour or the Liberal party. It ia theaj votoa which, as a rule, decide the repre sentation in those electorates, says the "Register.1' Although a goneral election is not actually in Bight, Mr Purker J Moloney's proapeota of re-election for Indi aro being weighed already Before the nocacription referendum, Mr Moloney occupied a very safe seat. But somo of his lato supporters could not see eye to eye with him on the conscription issue, and BO went over to the Liberal camp [udi, it will be remembered, had a " Yea" , majority, but there was nothing in the Labour platform to bind its represents 'iveB to either the affirmative or negative 9ide of the CQOsoription issue and those supporters may return to him next election L'he proposal to invite Mr William Morris Hughes to contest Indi has again been made and ...
Hard Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 December 1916
Hard Luck. WE note the Jamieson " Chronicle " has ceased publication for the preaunt after 54 years continuous service. Although it in not known when the old Bheet will again be published (all dependB on ciraum stances) we hope eoon to hear that the district has become prosperous enough to warrant its resuscitation Mr T. Still, the proprietor, in bis "farewell" aays :-"It may appear strange to many that we elect to pursue this course, seeing that we have more than once successfully combated the fluctuating fortunes of the ranges. How ever, the conditions under whioh all our prior efforts were made, and those now obtaining, are totally contra distinct ; in the past we had only the chequered for tunes of the old hills to cornba', but to day we have the mista of depression which pall heavily on our environment, added tn the exoibitant prices ruling for all and sundry materials and accesaories which constitute the printer's paraphernalia."
Daylight Saving. FEDERAL ACTION POSSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 December 1916
Daylight Saving. FEDERAL ACTION POSSIBLE ALTHOUGH the settlement of the coal strike has removed the most urgent rea son for the adoption of daylight saving in Australia, it is understood that the Federal Ministry has not lost sight of the matter. In Tasmania, the clocks have been put back one hour, and this inno vation has caused considerable incon venience in Victoria. It entails, for in stance, the closing at this end of the cable between the mainland and Tas mania an hour before the usual time. Uniformity of legislation in all the States in the matter of daylight saving would remove such disabilities and inconven iences. This fact is recognised by the Prime Minister (Mr Hughes), who stated on Saturday that, although he had not yet had time to go into the matter fully, it would receive consideration when other important matters had been cleared up.
Mr Hughes' Future. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 8 December 1916
Mr Hughes' Futura. THERE is a possibility that at the next Federal election the Fawkner seat in the House of Representatives will be contested by the Vrime Minister. It is generally recognised, as a result of his expulsion from tht Labor Party, and the overwhelming vote recorded by the electors of West Sydney against conscription, that Mr Hughes has little or no chance of being re elected for his old constituency. It rejected his pro posal by 16,198 votes to 554Q He is expected, therefore, to look elsewhere. Bendigo and Indi, which cannot be said to have any decided political com plexion, have been most frequently men tioned as likely places. A movement is on foot, however, to induce him to make an effort to capture the Fawkner seat from Mr J. F. Hannan, a member of the "official" Labor party, and it is considered probable that his choice will fail upon this Melbourne suburban di vision rather than . upon a country constituency.
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
Valedictory. On Thursday evening last a few of Mr J. T. Harvey's friends mot at ihe Alpine Hotel for Ihe purpose of bidding tha' gentleman farewell Owing to the war, gatherings of this kind are practically " taboo" at present, and therefore this was an informal meeting of his intimate friends who desired to wi»hhim Godspeed. Mr J. A. Dando proposed the health of .guest and expressed regret at his depar ture. He also extended a welcome to Mr Sumner, his remarks being supported by Mr J, Brogan and others.-Mr Harvey in a brief and able manner thanked those present for tho good wishes expressed to towards himself and his wife. He hope&lt;l that Mr Sumner would enjoy the same kindly business regions with the Bright public.-Mr Sumner, in respmding. said that he felt he had a hard task to keep up the high standard sat by his piedecessor. but he was determined to do his beet and with the assistance af Mrs Sumner he hoped to cater satisfactorily for the puh. Ho.
Auditor's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
Auditor's Report. MR R. TA.YL.QR MORTON, Government Municipal Auditor, reported to the coun cil meeting on Tuesday as follows : I beg to report havia&lt; completed the audit of the books and accounts of your j shire for year ended 30th September last and have certified to the correctness of the annual statement as required by . sec tion 426 of the local Government Act Wire netting.-As you are aware, these accounts required adjustment, they having for some years been in a state of confusion owing to a quantity of the wire netting received from the Government not having been debited in the books to those who got it. The liability to the Government, which is admitted by your shire, has now been brought into the ledger at its correct amount as at the 30th September, namely, £57'/ 1/6 To meet this there are two general ledger accounts on thei'assets jside, one called " Wire netting Customers' Account" for /109 16/5, and the other called " Wire Netting Suspense}Account" for £467 5...
Engineer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
Engineer's Report. MR H. CROWTHER, the shire engineer, reported on Tuesday as follows : 1. Road over Quiun's Gap.-I have in spected the existing road and the track. The formation drains and culverts on the existing road to the foot of the hill have fallen into disrepair. Evidently 110 work has been done on this part of the road for years. The grade of the existing bridle track over the gap exceeds 1 in 8, and little improvement, if any, can be effected by deviation. The fall into the valley of Roberts' Cieek beyond is ex-, ceptioually ste^p, which will necessitate at least half a mile of side cutting in difficult country. Even if several hundreds of pounds were expended on road construction, the revenue from rotes on the locality would not be sufficient to maintain a lightly constructed road more especially if timber carters were allowed to use it. The road would serve only a few landowners in the valley of Roberts' Creek, who come to Bright via Porepuukali. The shire would not be j...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
311 Collins-street Melbourne. P. J. BREEN, REPRESENTATIVE. No Greater Favor II you know anyone who is aubjeot to attacks of colic and_diarrhoea or dysen tery you can do him no better favor than to tell him of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is the most suc cessful preparation yet produced for the treatment of bowel complaints in any form. The quick relief afforded by Cham berlain's Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy in the milder forma of bowel complaint have brought it into almost universal use for pains in the stomach, colio and diarrhoea. For sale by Walker Bros. Bright; J. H. Jones, Harrietville; C LBrdi, Wandiligong; C. G. Goodman, Pore punkah ; J. Ritchie, Buckland. Your Suit ' Should do you credit. It's all very well lor folk to say appearances dou't count. THEY do COUNT 1 Fetherston-& Dyson Tailors, Outfitters, Hatters, and Mercers, 193 COLLltNS-ST., MELBOURNE (Two doors above the " Argus " office), Will supply you with a Suit the style of which will bespeak the...
Southern Cross Tobacco Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
Southern Cross Tobacco Fund. I ' WHEN you're in a part of the country where good smokes are hard to get, a parcel from home is much appreciated." The Overseas Club have organised the Southern Cross Tobacco Fund to meet this very want-to enable you to send tobacco and cigarettes to the front with out any worry or trouble. Pay in your contribution, large or small, at any branch of any bank, the post office, or savings bank. Write your name and address on the collection sheet there. The bank will do the test, and forward the money and the particulars to our headquarters free of cost. 1/ provides 50 cigarettes, 2oz. tobacco, some matches, and an ad dressed postcard. Nothing is deducted for expenses. Every penny spent on smokes.
Bright Boxing Day Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
I Bright Boxing Day Carnival A GENERAL meeting of committee of above waa held at the Star Hotel on Thursday evening laat. There were present Messrs H. id. Manning, J.P. (president), T. R. Kelt, A. Miles, A. W. Q.iin, W. H. Goldaworthy, A. F. ftlasciorioi, W. 0. Snell, Dr. S G. Skewea, and E. J. Delany (lion. sec.) - Formal business having been disposed of, the election of officials for the day was proceeded with, and resulted us followo: -Judges (wood chops) Messrs Snell, Maddison and Gold*worthy (horse events) Sir Manning; Jumpers' Contest, Messrs E Waterhouse and E Gow ; atewardn, Dr Skewcs, MesBra W. Kneebonp, Quio,Ket', J Brogan, Showers ; log stewards, Mea-ra Ball, Trauleen, Lawrence ; handi cuppurB (horse events), Messrs Golds worthy and Dundo, (woodchope) Messrs Goldsworthy. and Snoll ; timekeeper, Mr Walker ; Baddle cloth stewards, Messrs Butlor, Henouf, Oakley ; cleik of ota'ea, Mr M. J. Brogan ; clerk of course, Mr Duncan ; starter, Mr Fulton ; measurers, Messrs Snell, Qol...
Shire and Engineer. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
Shire and Engineer. Nexring Ihe olosa of the council meeting on Tuesday, President reported that as a result of the interview with the engineer, that officer would in the new year devoto half of his time to the shire work for a aalory of £275. Now that things were quiet, and there was no likelihood of any more Coun'ry Roads Board work for some time, it was felt the engineer could work for a less salary than that, and Ihe aum of JE230 had been mentioned Cr. Jones said that at the time the en gineer waa given an increase in salary, he had additional officers attached to him These had been taken from him, and it was possible that he would not take ihem again. It was hardly fair that he shou'd he given a Balary for work he had not done. No one had a greater regard for the engineer's ability than he (Cr. Jones) had, at the same time ho wanted value for his money.-Engineer Baid ho was not prepared to come for a leBB salary than the amount stimulated. If he could get another sliiro he woul...
State Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
State Politics. As a protest against Sir Alexander Peacock's failure to submit an acceptable scheme of economy in connection with public expenditure, sixteen members of the Liberal Party have withdrawn their support from his Ministry, which is now dependent upon the Labour Party for its hold on office. Further con cessions to Labour interests must be looked for in the circumstances A vote taken in the Assembly on Wed nesday showed 39 for the Government and 20 against, the majority including 16 Labour members. Mr J. Bowser was elected leader of the economy party. .
Porepunkah Public Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
Porepunkah Public Hall. THE annual meeting of the Hall was held recontly, there being a good attendance of residents. Mr T. Seamer, JP, oc cupied the chair. The report and balance sheet as submitted by the secretary (Mr J. 0. Chandler) was received and adopted on the motion of Mr J A Cornish, secon ded tiy Mr C. Macklan. The balance Bheet was as follows :-Re ceipts.-Balance £G 10/10J, R C social and services ,£3, I ravelling expenses £0 10/, hire of crockery 14/3, I.O.K. meetings £3, patriotic socials £3 7/6, school entertain ment £1 2/G, Porepunkoh Sports Club £2, hull dances £13 4/, Progress Association £1 2/G, meetings £1.-Total, £40 1I/7J Expenditure.-Caretaker ;£1G 8/G, C. Sudekuin £7 7/7, 0. G. Goodman £G 1/1, A Bruckner ±'3, tuning piano £1, Insur ance £2 1G/9 ; advt, licences, sundry 10/3, bank charges and cheque book 12/G, stamps, stationery, wireB G/2^, bunk balance and cash in hand £2 8/9.-Total, £40 nn During the year seven regular commit tee meetings were held, at which...
"Beating the Joss." [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
" Beating the Joss." THE of quoted story of the Chinaman who burnt down his house in order to secure a supply of roast pig has been equalled by a tale 'old at the Tocumwal Police Court a few days ago. A Hindu hawker, who was charged with ne gligently leaving a fire in the open, explained that his horses bolted, broke the swingle-bar and got away. In a fit of anger he gathered some armfuls of wood, piled them in the waggon with all the goods in it, and after setting a fire left it to barn. The waggon was totally destroyed. Singh's explanation was . "Me got wild ; me have no luck with waggon; me sorry now.'1 An unsympathetic Bench fined the man £5.
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
Sporting. CROSS-COUNTRY riders are sometimes placed in awkward predicaments, but an experience which fell to one of the old school is probably unique. Owing to an accident, he had lost the sight- of one eye, but this did not prevent him from following his profession. In taking part in a steeplechase one day and racing between two fences a clod of dirt thrown up by one of the horses in front hit him in the good eye. and for a few seconds shut his sight off altogether. There he was going at top speed with a fence in front of him. and he was wholly blind. The only thing to do, he thought, was to leave the matter to his mount, as he could not pull off in time. The horse, perhaps with a feeling that all was not right with with his rider, baulked, and thereby saved the situation. It was the very best thing he could have done in the circumstances. The rider in relating the incident stated that it seemed a week from the time he was blinded up to the stopping of his horse, though it was in r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
dentistry. G. A. Payne, L.D.S., Dentist C. E. Donnelly Boar^r&lt;oVv?ctoHa.> of Murphy-htreel, WANQARATTA, WILL visit Bright and Myrtleford every second week* and may be. consulted at Mrs. Abraham'si Stai Hotel.-DATE OF NEXT VISIT : BRIGHT, Monday, Nov. 27,4 to 7 p.m. and Tuesday. Nov. 28, 8 p m. to 10 p RA. HARRIETVILLE, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 9 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. FREEBDRGFI, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 4 to 6 p.m. MR. E. TALBOT JOKES, DENTAL SURGEON, 94 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE, visits briguj .very two weeks. Gold filling, crown work, painless extractions by laughing gas, cocaine. &c. Artificial teeth a speciality. NEXT VISIT-Alpine Hotel. Bright, Tuesday, January 9th, from 4.JU p.m.; all day, Wednesday, 10th. CREDIT FONCIER LOANS m mm In sums from £50 to £2,000. At 6 per cent. Interest And from li per cent, in reduction of prin oipal-rwhich pays off the loan in 274 years. Loans granted on Freeholds or Grown Leaseholds, which could be made freehold at any time on payment of the b...
If Food Disagrees Drink Hot Water. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
If Food Disagrees Drink Hot Water. "WHEN food lies like lead in the stomach and you have that uncomfortable, dis ' tended feeling, it is because of insufficient blood supply to the stomach, combined with acid and food lermentation. In such cases try the plan now followed in many hospitals and advised by eniment specialists of taking- half a teaspoonful of bisuraied magnesia in - half a glass of water as hot as you can comfortably drink it. The hot water draws the blood to tha stomach, and the bimrated magnesia, as any physician or chemist can tell you, instantly neu tralises the acid and stops the food fermentation. Try this simple plan and you will be astonished at the immediate feeling of relief and comfort that always follows the restoration of the normal process of indigestion. Soldiers at the front and travellers who are frequently obliged to take hasty meals poorly prepared should always take two or three five-grain tablets of bisuratcd magnesia after meals to prevent fer ment...
Bright Shire Volunteers. Men who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
Bright Mire Volunteers. Man who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. WE give below the list of those residents who are either fighting or on their way to fight for the Emp.re and freedom, to gether with those who are natives of the district but at the time of their enlistment were residing in other parts of the State Also a list of those heroes who have fallen in their country's cause : Died from Illness Hay SJ'Lcan (Wandiiigong) &lt;*. ©. lieiltoil(HarrietWl!e) Milled in Action. F. B. Metcalfe (Bright) H. Honey church (Wandiiigong) ®. M'Neil (Lower BuckUnd) A- Murray (Freeburgb) W. A. V. UiCKS (Bright) C. Pool C^ro burgh) A S. Attridge (Wandiiigong) C- CartllEW (Happy Valley) T Patton (Buffalo River) T. Willouehby (Myrtleford) N. Rothery (.Myrtieford) J. R- Shalbcrs (Bright) Joe Gribble (Wandiiigong) A. Johnston (Bright) n, George (Bright) T. C. Grenness (Harrietville) A. E. JeSSIip.(Porepankah) 81. Pople (Bright) J- M'Donald (Harrietville) G Scamer-Uamsay (Porepim...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 15 December 1916
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY CORNING AT BRIGHT. THE LEADING MINING JOURNAL OF THE NORTH-EAST BEST FOR REIOXA, t he R.ijiid Him lor, if .1 (lire enomy to Eczema .is well c.s to nil other skin discuses. licxumv will make your skin healthy, destroy Alio genna of the (lisoafo for over, and cause tho building "up of a new skin tissue. A hot bath nith Roxona Soap, gently anointing with Eoiona Ointment-a pleasant treatment. Result: Sleep quietly, . skin soothed anil lioaled, while soon all trace of the disease leaves you. You are hoalthy. Eczoma yieldfl to tho powerful healing influenco of Rexona, the Rapid Healer. Trice, 1/6 and 3/-. " I have been troubled very much with Eczema on the leg, and have used many preparations, but derived 110 benefit (herefrom," writes j"r. D. Cameron, 29 Ann Street, Roslyn, Dunedin, N.Z. " Hearing of your Rexona Ointment and its healing virtues, I gave it a trial, and am pleased to say that, aiter using a number of so-called cures, I at last found a quick and relia...