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PASTURES PROTECTION BOARD. MOULAMEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 12 February 1914
PASTURES PROTEGTION BOARD. r MOULAME4IN. The monthly meeting of:the Moula mein Pastures Piotection' Board was held on Thursday, 5,th: inst.. Present -Mesasrs.: R.. Mb'onnellj (chairman, E. B. Eagle, J. L: Brown, W. C. Finlay, W. R. Holmes. and G. G.. Oarr.l Finance. The bank ixok showed a credit bplance of £428 19s .3Sd. Accounts amounting to :£133 '13s were passed forpayment' IL; CoPPoapondenee. :From vadrousiowners, -as to returns. -Meri;i. Fiilay and Carr inoved that the secretary send Inspector Chanter a list of all holders who have claim?ed for rabbit; proof area ,ont their returni or-otherwvise,-: also. list. Ofr certificates and. ;areas alreadv granted.--Oarried. From land board office, Hay, as to the application', of.:H. A.' Bailey for ,exemption.from, fencing. portion of, holdin, .on ,:northern' boundary.- NTM objection. From Agr:cultural d par:-ment, ap proving of .the increase ofa the secre tary's - salary to £125 per annum frou: the lst' January.'-Received. " From 'James...
Soroses Hair Tonic. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 12 February 1914
Soroses>HaIr Tonie.: -This preparation is -unsurpas-ed as a: hair food and dandruff ?reventa tive. A ~.little sprinkled on the-head nzight and morning, -and gently massaged into the scalp, renders bald ness impossible. Sorose: Hair Tonic will absolutely grow hair, and prevent it from* falling out. :It .impairts: a neautiful glossy sheen, and brings out all the natural.. brightness of the hair. oPrice,: 3s 9d.? Obtainable a.:t Mills'. ,Swan :Hill. - The " uairdian" . Printery - prices tould always abe obtained when you Siir ' Yr. Irlnting :AxmuAtivI. '
CRICKET. Lalbert v. Goschen. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 12 February 1914
CRICKET. Lalbert v. Goschen. The second round of premiership matches between Lalbert, Meatian and Goechen was commenced on Saturday last, when Lalbert and Goeschen met on the ground of the latter team. The result was a win for Goechen. Best batting form for Goechen was shown by A. Leach (20), and for &nbsp; Lalbert by Charlesworth (21). W. Nalder bowled well for Goschen, taking six wickets for 15 runs, and in &nbsp; his second over took four wickets with successive balls, Scores: Lalbert W. Letcher, b Nalder .......... 2 W. Kelly, b Nalder ..... ...3 C. Sexton, c Cooke, b Nalder .....0 H. Nalder. b Nabler..... 0 L. Douglas, b Leach .....3 W. Campbell, c M'Pherson, b Leach.... 0 J. Nalder, c NabIer. b Leach .. 1 &nbsp; J. Robertsn, c Theyers, b Nalder.... 1 Charlesworth, c Theyers, b Nalder.... 21 &nbsp; J. Vanderfeen, b Leach ... O.. Humpheyes, not out 0 Sundries.... ... . 7 Total, .. ... ..38 Bowling-W. Naldor, 6 for 15; &nbsp; H. Leach, 4 fo...
GLASSWARE IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
GLA8tWA1R lN INDIA. Glass and glassware hold a not unimportant place in the import trade in India. At the top of the list stand the consignments .of cheap, coloured glass brhcelets, worn by the women of the lower classes, aid the sale of which Is almost wholly in the hands irfthe Bohemian manu* facturers. Beads are also favourite trinkets, and they are obtained in a1 most equal proportions from Ger many, Belgium and Japan. The let* named country especially has be come a most formidable comp~titor daring the last two years. Gotasal mostly supplies medicine t ie Sheep could be purh ina Eng land for fourpoaca. spece Ia the
NEWS FROM ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
iNWS PRj·U~~A8ROL·t~ .,Old billiard clothes in Paris, it is said,_ -are :quickly bought up and sold to small retauriant keepers, who serve thenm up shredded in spinach. The person responsible for this in forriiation=irdds that old frockcoats were much in demaind among those caterers who dealt heavily In truffles chopped up into fine pieces. Some Chicago "hoodlums" (hooll gans), disporting themselves on Lake Michigan bathing beach overstayed the time allowed for public bathing, and refused to come out,of the water when requested by the bathing mas ter, who called on the police. A dolzen constables thereupon donned bathing clothes, and entered the water to enforce their demands, to the vast amusement of the crowd, for the po licenedn appeared ,with their badges pinnied to their bathing costumes, ind also wore their helmets and car ried' their trunicheons. The valiant dozen ,swam, out to the bathers, who led therim a' merry chase' before they were brought to shore and marched to the st...
INCREASING THE WHEAT YIELD. PROFESSOR LOWRIE'S COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
INCREASING THE WHEAT YIELD, PROFESSOR LOWRIE'S COMMENTS. Referring to the two cereal seasons 1912-14, which were marked by ..rain falls under the average, tie Director of 'Agriculture in South ' Australia (Professor' Y. Lowrie), in his annual report,, says.-"On the whole a crop of over 21,000,000 bushels in a season so adversie at 1912-13 offers the very surest evidence of the marked im provement that has been effected in the general practice of fannrming with in the last few years. Again there has a been demonstrated how vastly impor- C tent it is that our cultural operatitons should be governed by the necessity r of conserving soil moisture, for which thorough bare fallowing, now so gen- 1 erally adoted. is a factor so all im. portant. }rom the results obtained in ( a season, taken throughout, relative ly untoward, one is justified in the ( forecast that, with the further exten- ( sion of improved practice-thorough tillage, manuring, maintenance of hu mus, selection of seed, and a...
DECENTRALISATION. INTERESTING ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
DECENTRALISATION. INTERESTING ADDRESB. In an address given by Mr. T. M. Smith, organiser for the Victorian Deoentralisation League, on "Decen tralisation and City Interests," the lecturer pointed out that the present condition in which 600,000 people, or nearly half the population of the State, were concentrated, in one cen tre, was an abnormal one, and was growing worse. Our total .population was increasing, but -the number of primary producers was shrinking, and we were face to face with a serious problem, which might. well occupy the attention of the Interstate Commission. During the census period, 1901-11, the population of Victoria increased by 114,000, of whom the - metropolitan county of Bourke adsorbed 98,000. In the (eight principal country centres there was a decrease of over 7000. As the natural increase of births over deaths was 21,000, the actual loss of copulation in those centres was 28,000. The number of primary producers In the State fell by 21,000, mainly farnt ers...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
MIILLS. MILL8. SMIl. MLuLS. MILLS. amILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. ILLS.- MILLS. MMILLS. ILLS. MILLS. MI MILLS ILS. MLLS: CAMPBELL -STREET, MILLS : -MILLS. MILLS. ILLS .-. ,a SWAN HILL . MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. Sa MILLS Sale of lostumes -COMMENCING * *1 . . ... :: ::.- ..'.. * TUESDAY, a20th JANUARY, 19 i ------ NAVY PRINT ONEPIECE: DRESSES, 98 . l.d reduced to. 4s lid. - "LIGHT PRINT ONE-PIECE DRESSES, 9s lld ;: . Sreduced-to 5s lld. . SNAVY and LIGHT PRINT BLOUSES and SKIRT DRESSES, 8s lid; reduced to 4s lid. LIGHT and DARK JAP. CREPE ONE-PIECE :DRESSES, 8s lid; reduced to 5s:lld. -STRIPED PIQUE ONE-PIECE DRESSES; 12s 6d; reduced to 6s lid. t LIGHT and DARK PRINT.BLOUSES, 2s ild and t 3s Gd; reduced to Is lid. WHITE MiTSLIN BLOUSES, Embroidered and Tucked, 2s lid; -reduced to 2s 3d. GIRLS' LIGHT and DARK PRINT DRESSES, 2s . lid and 3s 6d; reduced to is lld. - 45-INCH EMBROIDERY, reduced to is 6d, Is lid, 2s 3d and 2s 6d yard. . -o0 MILS. M'- IL L * S. * .- . MILLS ....
COMMERCIAL. D. J. Connell and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
COMMERCIAL. D. J. Connol and Co. IMessrs. D. J. Connell and Co. report that at their pig sale on Thursday 132 pigs were yarded. There waa racf ataendance of buyers, and prices were very satisfactory. QLotaitiolns :-Fat Choppers, to £5 is 6d each ; baconers, to w 6S.; mediums, to £3 15s: porkers, to £2 17s (d. Stores-Large, to £2 5s ; mediums, to £1 16s; suckers, to 19s 6d. The following prices were realised at their mart sale on Saturday ;-Turkey hens, to 4s 9d; roosters, to Is 24; hens, to 2a 2d; ducks, to 2s; drened poultry, to d atlk ; apples, to 5s 3d case; gapes, to 3.3d cuae; pears, to 4s 9d case; I tcmatoef to ps cd ese.
AUCTION SALES. Edward Trenchard and Co [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
Edwnu'c. n:i.. F Thursdy, : I fortnightiy ock u Tuesday, ' of Mr. Jih' ., . - cows, hores, n Saturday, 2h.: urna..ry--O- account Mrs. SuffrAn, furniture sale. Saturday, 28th February-At the White Swan Hotel, sale-of privileges in connec tion with the Wood Wood sports, to be held onEaster.Monday, 13th April. Thursday, 5th March-On account of Mr. Robert Gerrand and Mrs. M. J. M'Clure, at the White Swan Hotel, sale of 97b acres of land in the.parish of Ben jeroop. - Wednesday, 11th March-On account Executors late William M'Lean, on the farm, Waitchie-road, clearing sale of stock, plant, &c. Andrew S. Muir and Co. Thursday, 19th February-Swan Hill fortnightly stock sale. Donald M'Donald, Thursday, 19th February-Swan Hill fortnightly stock sale. Thursday, 26th February - Special horse sale at Swan Hill. D. J. Connell and Co. Wednesday, 18th February-On ac count of Mr. P. Devine, at Wood Wood, clearing sale of horses, farm plant, &o. Wednesday, 18th Februsary-On ac count o...
NYAH. The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
NYAH. The Weather. The month of February this year has thown the greatest variation in 'tperatures recorded for past years, Deing to the maximum for the mth and dropping to the minimum. lIst year's rainfall record was about S ies, showin half an inch deft dacy on the rainfall of 1912. Land Improvementa. Among the land hilders here who Le making big strides in improving it places are the two Bays Nur ies5 Camnnani, who hold the block kmerl belonging to Mr. J. Masters. taitr the supervision of their mana F, Mr. C. Grifithb. the ground is SpreMahred; , and good concrete !i anon t*'hes are being laid down. uh in occupation only a few a good area has already Mnplanted with vinee. NYah Mechanlos'. At a meeting of the committee e Nyah mechanics' institute on night it was decided to con 'the advisability of installing a Gbt.plant for lighting the buildang. 1 light is one of the most up to dt and is both clean and economi Sit will enable light to the extent d c0 andle power being estab. The ...
RATES OF POSTAGE. Commonwealth [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
SRAES-T OF- OSTAGE. Commonwealth Letter.-For _every half ounce, .or fraction thereof, id. Letteir Oiards.-Single, each, id.. Letter Cards.-Reply, each half, ld. Postwards M-ingle, id. Postards-Reply, each half, ld..: Printed Papers, as prescribed, per 2 oznor part of 2 oz,.d. Books (printed outside Australia), 4 oz. or part of 4 oz., Jd. Books (printed in Australia), .8 oz.. or part of 8 oz., *d. Magazines, that is to say (a); Maga zines, Reviews, Serials, and other aimi lar publications printed and published in -Australia in numbers at intervals not exceeding three months, per 8 oz. or part of .8 oz., Id. (b) Magazines, Reviews, Serials, and other similar publications (includ ing Newspapers) printed and published outside Australia in numbers at inter= vals not exceeding three months, per 4 oz. or part of 4 oz., id. "Hansarid," that -is reports of Par liamentary debates printed and pub lished by the authority of the Common wealth or State, per 12 oz. or part of 12 oz., id. Commercia...
FARMERS' AND SETTLERS'. WAKOOL BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
FAIMERS' ANI SETTLERS'. a WAKOOL BRANCH. A meeting of the Wakool branch t of the Farmem' and Sett'ers' Aoctia tion was held at the.. Wakool Hotel o on Wednesday last. Present-Messrs. M. COy (resident), ' F. E. Old A. -B. Wood, W. M'Kniht, W. T. Cromie, W . , Finlay,; i E. Hickey, Joe. Lockhart S.Broorihead, P: Whito;'W. R. Holmes, J. R. Dunstan, E. Picker jug and W. H. Millen. 'Visitort Messrs. A. Malcolm, F. PW. Graban, sen., F. Grabau,, jun., G. Neild, T. Grace 'and Jacobs. Voting Power of Delpgate. a te.srs. Finlay and Joseph Lock hart moved that the secretary write to the general secretary; Sydney, and ask what voting power a district delegato has at the conferenc, and can more than one district council exist in any one Sfate electorate. Carried. The Question of Severance. Messrs. MKnight. and Broonlhtead I moved that the Wakool branch of I the Farmers' and Settlers' Associa tion aftirms the desirability of the sev\erance of the Riverina from New Souith Wales, and its annexation...
LAKE BOGA RACE CLUB. THE ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
LAKE BOCA RAGE CLUB. THE ENTRIES. ns following are the entries in con neon with the Lake Boga races to be held on Wednesday, 25th inst: Hnrdles.-Power, Ballistite, Bairraha, Irish oy, Sir Colin, I.C.L., Caroun, Midlands, Snow Quen, Charmnland £ste 31., lnisheer. Trot.Gel Gel, Equality, Laddie, Tit Bit, Silverchain, Austrelia, Tenant, Goire, Totsy, Belmore, Our Jack. n i Hancap.-- Bonadea, Power, £i6 Lastombe, W.L.S., Barrel, Sweet Boelin Hollyford, Quickpath, Nugee, K 4l Dictor, Maggie M., Launne, Sir hlan, QCamun, Midlands, Ja' ,s Selma, Moon, Admiral Dawn.
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
POSTAL ARANC4EM ENTS. Mails are received and despatched at the Swan Hill Post Office as follows : MAILS CLOSE For Melbourne, Bondigo, Mitiamo, Pyramid Hill, Kerang, Mystic Park, and Lake Boga daily at 11.25 a.m. For Burra, Broomhcad's, Lockhart's, O'Bree's, Youngiera, Euston, Narrung Bumbang and Mildura on Tuesdays and Fridays at 5.45 p.m. For Tyntynder South, Tyntynder Sta tion, Tyntynder West, Bruce's, Nyah, Wood Wood and Piangil on Sundays at 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays at 5.45 p.m. For Goschen, Lalbert Road, Mumble Plains and Lalbert on Mondays,' Wed nesdays and Fridays at 8.45 a.m. For Bulga, M'Naughton's, Algio's, Standen's and M'Lean's on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at o1 p.m. For Mallan, Cunninveuk, Jeffrey's and Moulamein on Tuesdays and Fri days at 7 a.m. For Albrecht's, Nesbitt's, Liewah. Neild's, Yanga, Stony Crossing, Hos burgh's, Holmes', Wakool, Stenning's, Condoulpe, Finlay's, Spinks', M'Clel land's, O'Riley's, Cannally and Bal. ranald on Mondays, Wednesdays, Th...
CLERIC IN THE BACKBLOCKS. NOVEL EXPERIENCES RELATED [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
CLERIC IN THE BACK, BLOCKS. NOVEL EXPERIENCES RELi Stories of pioneer church W or the backblocks, such as the er, R, Giles told to tne parishioners of Trinity Cnurcn, East Melbourne, At evenings ago, are full of interest the Right Rev. G.M. Long, Bihg Bathurst, he possesses that keen of humor which carried hiiti t, the odditied and cruditios of pr bush life undismayed by trials troubles, and gave hint a rich s", exierience for future use. Mr. Giles came to Melbourne Dunkeld, to act as locum tenetsb Holy Trinity, East Melbourne, t ta Rev. Newport White. Educatred a Arden's Theological College, Bl he served as curate at Warrnaaa brother to Sir Alexander Pemcý t to the late Rev. A. E eaPs From there, in the full flush fi o' ful vigor, he went to Ouven, in, mallee. In the whole stretch"1 country, from Murraville, on South Australian border, to W0 lang, a vast parish 130 miles a there was no church. In this spiritual wildness o ' "r T . , .tiý 0~-·c~ "'- !ij''~ all time. Mrs. Giles, an E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
: The P' ardpa ýý;ý ;`'d'ý ;ýia," and aL laitC :": 14i"Dr. \' rN ii taddi (C?ýr~ ,2.~ ~ n~iad *i-r aj VV a 12-f~ i~: p! E~;rd n i C . WANTED grass paddocks for 5000 chartd and abeop Swnn y ill Ten REGISTRY OFFIOE-G. N. Moffat. Oampbell-street. Swan Hill, has opened a Registry Ofice for all classes of Labor. FOR SALE-Five furrow stump-jump , PLOUGH. 0pply P WALKER & REAL. fOR SALE (for cash), Mallee Roots, 9s. 6d. per load; also, Box ood, 12s per load: All orders left at W. Silk's, next Post Oflice.-Charles Eade. FOR SALE.--Firstclass -Double. Ab bott Buggy; also, two single seat Abbott, with hoods, nearly new. J. A. Deakin, Kerang Carriage Factory, Kerang. POSTS FOR SALE. TOR SALE.--Mysll Posts; price, 25s. . perp 100. Belah Poets, 386. per E. CHAMBERS, Ultima. Swan Hill District Agricultural and Pastoral Society. Notice of Meeting. MEIETING of the Members of the Above will be held at the Council Ci:nmhers on Tuesday evening next, 17th inst., at 8 p.m., to consider finally t...
Telephone Exchange. List of Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
Telephone Exchange, Linat of Subsorlbers. 23-Bell, W., M'Callumrstreet 461-Barwick, T. H., Cabmpbell-treet 26--Binns, Tod, and Co. 11-Brown, Neil 41-Boulton J., Campbell-street 44-Caringa Club 12-Chambers, A. H., Campbell-street 3-Chapman and Smith OGIARDIAnH office d 3--Chapman, Mr +" Camp b -sltr I : 35-Comme 61, J. A. 0a * 42-Dowli p., C eaet 5-Drum d,4 iA s e tr 5-Drum id ate resi ce, Spla et 15-Filmer, airdresser tationer Camphel -a C 65-Finlay, W. C. 2-Gerrand, D)., M'Callum.street a 16-Gerrand, W. H., Campbell-street 20-I1ray John and Co. 47-Gray.nd Co.'s Motor Garage S49--Ouy, John, jun., W'Callumaetreet S 7-Harrie, F. J., Gampbellatroeet-,. S 13-Harvey, F. and Co.;Campbell-street 14-Herridge, Mrs; M., coffe palace; Campbell-street .32-Bospital, Public i 9-Jager, F. B 2--Kimberley, W., private eeidencei 31-Legge, Dr. F. R. 48-London Bank 19-Lord, A. A. e 18- Morgan, T. H. 43--Mdellool Station g 22--M'Donald, Donald, Canipbeil.eiireet. S 30-Muir A. S. aid Co.i i'Cdllrimstret,...
RECORD MILK YIELDS. PHENOMENAL RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
RECORD MILK YIELDA PHENOMENAL RESULT The world's record for onS butter fat production si stated writer in "The American Gazette" of 11th Decenmber, to held by the Holstein cow Bl Belle do Xcl. In her five form this cow produced in 36 27,404.4 lb. of milk, testing 3. cent., or 105S.34 lb. of butter Another Holstein cow, Creastni holds the world's record . i year's iimilk production, her being 29,591.4 lb. of milk, wt butter fat for the year is 9r For five years, from 19QS t6 Jaioba Irene, with a 'earl i of 954 lb. of butter fat eld world's record for the Jersey She has recently been rep the Jersey cow inminent's a record of 18,782.9 lb. of milk ing 5.12 per cent., or 962.8 Ib. fat. This gives her premier P th3 'arced botn for milk and fat production, Theli world's record for G is held by Spotswood DaisY with 18,C' 2.8 lb. milk. testiUt per cent., or 'J57.38 lb. butter Dolly Dimple holds the yearly of milk production for. this With 1.303.5 lb. of milk, 1.46 per cent., or 876.34 lb. of...
CRICKET. Nyah v Yarraby. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 16 February 1914
CRICKET, )rah v Yarx'rby. ýFº and Iarraby met at Nyah on t4 Ywheabln the home team wone qprr margin of 40 rnes. NIyah. b'' b Gup ... .., 2a 1y 3 Ys 'b u ... .. ._ 1 Ep arburton... ... ... 0 J~riZ~a out 0 4g e n Smith, b Guy . .: n~.9ot out 0 ... 23 Trotal.,, Seightwicketsfor a38 run 14;Lat~ 'nefor 10; Bennett, none for It;14 0o nefor 12; Taylor, none for I. kett, Yarraiby* , notout . . R 'C holew b ......3 g'l b Culm timg........7 N or fl1, b Cuming .,,,... 0 dc~b rdI b R illis r 1 W jillia .. . 0 I, ýý n, sol, b Willis 2 '. c do!rl b ........... 3 Unodgena 1 fh Leuii b Hodges ... ...- 0 ... . . ... . " a'. .... _ickele for n1 C ,!cwu k fo for .,1 Hoa Sflue'u fry ° oens, Lao