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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

HENRY lUCK'S SALE FIXTURES. Fob. J 18—Clonring sale At Wonnue, 11 miles from Toc/mwal, on account of Mossra Wie Bros, (iu con junction with iltelly <t Co. 20—Unreserved s/lo of laud, lioraep, atocli, imploin'uta and machinery n/o Mr P. J. ttokes, My wee (with J. McNnmnn & Co.) 23—Furniture ujlo, on account of Mr« D. AlcJ'onald, Main-atroet, Cobram. J 2'l—Special liopo Halo, Cobram, with Adamaon.fetrottlo it Co. 26—Glairing nlo of land, horses and stock, a/e'estate lato Jas. Carroll, Yurroweyah MYWEE Friday, February 20th Commencing at 1 o'clock. Hiahlv Important Land and Clearing Sale. H1SNRY TUCK J. McNAM.UU '& CO. Auctioneers in Conjunction. Acting unclei' instructions from Mr P. J. STOKUS, will offer for palo .011 nbove date, at the property, adjoining Mywoe Statien and School— 131 Acres Land, 16 Horses, Farming Plant, &e. LAND—Situated at Myweo,5 miles froin StrathiiKTtnn, and containing 131 aero.', subdivided into 5 paddocks •i-roomcd house, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Tbbi.ic Notices. SEVEN HILLS STRIKE The following telegram ami lottor speak for themselves :— Urgent Telegram. TO E. S BROWN, "S'KVGX HILLS,"' ■ conu.vxr. Yes; rianag.in nvrived by train this evening. S p. v i o it-Co.vsta nr. e Moih:.-, Mooroopna. This telegram was dnippod in Cob ram by a man whom L sent in for tho innil on liOtli .Limiarv. On l'Vbrmrr o/l. -r-.—1.: —t-iitnn^tnr-' Labor Organiser, of having in his' possesion my private wires. and ho tluM'u ami then handed the above urgent wire to me, which, on the face of it, \ras pribably in his pos session, or tho possession of his agent, for uiiie days. U. S. BliO \VX. [Copv.] "Seven Hills," Cobraui, IO1I1 February, 1911. Wo, tho undersigned, came up on Government passes, through tho Gov ernment Labour Bureau, Melbourne, with the intention of starting work at "Seven Hills" vineyard. Wo wero treated very fairly by Mr Brown, who gave us our "tucker," and at our request sent us down, at his expense, to the Strike Camp. Wo took this...

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CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

uiiAPTKrt xxxir. The woman's words seemed U> burn like fire into Erie's bruin. Doris carried off by the KuMirs ! As the frightful, stunning truth broke upon j liim. he gave u heartrending cry; with his hands pressed to his fore head he reeled away from the wag gon. " i "My God ! I can't believe it !" he moaned. "Tell n»e it is not true. M3' dnrling in the power of those devils, and nlive—alive ! Heaven [help her I"—— ~ "If she is'alive/ it is too soon to .despair," said Thil. "She mny ho saved yet." Fergus Hnygarth shook his head. "If wo had only arrived a minute sooner!" ho exclaimed,' hoarsely. I His own grief was evidently deep and sincere. A wild gleam kindled in Eric's eyes, and with nervous lingers he jammed some cartridges into his pnrtly-emptied rifle. " Quirk—quick " lie cried. "The Knllirs can't. have taken her far. 1 will rescue my darling or perish. Come, let us scour the hush ! For (iod's sake give the order, Captain fJordon !" The captain was silent, and mur murs of...

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CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

CI IA I'TKIt XXX r.-,.;v■■■/■■ The alarm, coining:"so unexpected I ly, struck dismay and terror ..to,vwry. heart. It was the Inst thing the men had thought of—(lunger to t the women and children. But there was no mistaking the meaning of the crackling rifle-fire, the confused cla mour, the curls, and puffs of smoke. "Look—look!" F.rie^ cried, franti cally. "The waggon has been' at tacked—there must be another force of Kaffirs across the river ! Heaven Help those poor ^'omcn if we fall to reach them in time! Come, my brave fellows" • i His voice broke, and he waved hisi arm us he spurred down to * the i water's edge. 1 i "To the rescue \ " thundered Cap-! tain Cordon.' "Surely those ninci chaps can hold out. until we ar-1 rive ! Forward—trot !" i The advance had alreadv begun,-1 and tlie thud of many hoois on the soft ground mingled xvith the din of eager voices. ICric was the first to i»nt«»r the drift, closely followed by Courtney and Ha.vgarth. The scouts and the survivors of Hark...

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(Copyright.)' ERIC DACRES: A Romantic Story of Adventure, during the Matabele War. PART 13. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

(Copyright.)' ERIC DACRES: A Romantic Story of Adventure, during the MatabeleWar. By Wlllinm Murray Groydon, Author of 'Under tho Whlto Terror,' 'In tho Xnmo of tho Czar/ 15tc., Etc. f PART 13. The troopers, hardly ronlisiug tho danger, stood their ground and de livered u hot, and steady fire ; hut it was powerless to check the rush. With licmiibh jells tlio ICaflirs swarm* ed over the dead nnd dying. and by scores and scores hurled themselves against the mounied little band. | It was so sudden and overwhelm ing that a fierce scrimmage was raging at close quarters before Harkness could make up his mind to order a relrenl. For a moment utter annihilation seemed certain. In a confused huddle..the while men, exposed to assegais and bullets, rap idly emptier) rifton ntxl pistols at their assailants, in the vain hope of j heating the frenzied black wave off. The scene was frightful. Kvery bit 1 df scrub, every clump of tall grass. 1 held three or lour screeching Kaf firs. Powder-smoke ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Auction- Sales. BAROOGA Genuine Unreserved Clearing* Sale Of 40 Horses, Cattle, Machinery, Implements, etc., on "Daisy Plains," Situate "9 miles from Berrigan. Tuesday, February 17 Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp. .McNAMARA BROS. In conjunction with J. McNAMARA AND CO. Acting under instructions received from Mr A. V. STBBIl, who has decided to relinquish farming on his own account aud adopt the share system, will sell by Public Auction on tho above date— • • -rroiconar Draught Stallion, Royal Ribbon, by The Ribbon, by Blue ilibbon (.three times champion at Elmore shows). Draught Stallion, threo years, Royal Alexander, by Royal Alexander imp. 2 Draught Pedigreed M.irca, 5 years, bred by Glenu Bros.,'.Ty Men; nine Selected Draught Mares, by notablo aires, from 3 to 8 yeara old, with 8 fouls nt foot by Royal 'JRibbou ; one draught Geldiug, 7 years, a splendid worker; S 2-year-old Draught Colts and Fillies by Prince Arthur, 1 splen did Grig Homo by Digilista, 1 Light Mare, with foil at fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

SKIN SPECIALIST, •3 riinr eczema, psoriasis. £ OlMiLO At;g varicose veins. "of SKIN DISFASE. i the varioi 'loialt. Whe 'id lUurwU&hly successful._ Thi* '.•JAfter years of careful siody, devoted Norse Martin ha* at l>st discovered a stmpl Medical efforts hav« £ufcd. this T CO Mle boast, at patients wIjo hav from' this terr'-Me scourge are if promptly attended to. TifrtuA »>« ^.4/j/iUoat St>u. Note Address BOURKE & WILLS' CHAMBERS, Corner COLU.VS uud KiMSKLt. STKfiKTS. .\U££.BOin?K'R. Write for Testimonials, and Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the cheSt, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the -Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and...

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COBRAM RIFLE CLUB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE COURIER. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

COBRAM RIFLE CLUB. TO THC EDITOR OP TUB COURIER. Sir, Kindly allow ine a small space in which to draw tha attention of tlio Uubram f i )? "ie stagnant condition of otir local Riflo Club, and for general informa tion to announce tlmt unless certain condi tions regarding muskotry aro not complied with boforo June next the club will bo dis banded. Surely there is onough patriotism jn Cobrani to keep alive 0110 of tho mout important functions a town or district can possess. I am not begging for monctaiv assistance, but fur that which is of villi importance to tho State and Commonwealth tho enrolment of every able-bodied mail between the ages of 1G and 00 who desires to show his loyalty to tho land he lives in by making hnn.self oflieicnt in the tiso of tho rule. I feel sure, Kir, that this appeal will be responded to and that the Cobram Rillo Uub shall onco moro bo raised to th« InVh standard it oncu was. —Yours, otc., « ARTHUR JONES, Caplaiu Cobraui RifU Club. 9/ (retontly in partnersh...

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Telephonic Information. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Telephonic Information. Corow* Oo0gr*T« Deniliqoia Ddveaiih Kchuea Finloy Katamatit* Katunga MulwaU Mooroopna Namurkah Hathalia Shepparton Str&thmerto* Tocnmwal Tungamah Tatura "WunghQU Yarrawooga Yarroweyak Jerilderio . Vi i 6d 8d 2d 6d 8d 4d 8d 84 2d 2d Sd 8d 4d 4d 2d 11 94 6d 9d Sd !/• 3d 6d 2d 4d 6d Sd ed 6d 2d 2d 6d 6d Sd '3d 2d Od Calla bfltwfon iub»criber» belonging lo Cobram Exchange are chnr&od for nt tba ste of 2 calls a penny. Medical practitioners connected with tele phone exchanges, nt which u day service only is provided, may litiro tlicir tolephone connected during the night with sub.*i:ibers to the same exchange in anticipation of an urgent call being mude for nicdical attendance during the time such exchanges are closed. No additional charge shall bo made for such conaoxions, and no responsibility shall bo incurred by tho Depaitment in the oTent of any failure to make Ihe desired connexions. Tho following persons are subscribers to the Cobram Exchang...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Original Correspondence. We do not Mostifyourselvoj with tho opiniom expressed bj our correiponilouta.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

RELIABLE HARVEST HANDS. Neither Rural T.og nor Overtime are demanded by "Peering" Hinders — the world's most wwcicirt aud reliable Harvest Hands. • Better than «rer /or 1913. Prompt extras service assured. Our gua*\ntce throws the risk all on ns— i you bftve none. We were *hnrt of binders last harvest— orders lor eomintf harvest are larger Mill >bi» 30".«r— g*t your order in tarly. later* L :ikuoj-.aI It.vrvvster Co. of Ans. Pty. Ltd., IJris., Svd., Mclb., Ad., Perth, nud Ltn. r- tea "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Public Notices. WANTED—Intelligent LAD to learn tho Priutmg;tnulo. Apply "Courior" Oflico. ' THIRST quality BRICKS for dale in : any quantity. Apply at the Cobram Foundry. Cobram Rowing Club. VX Important Meeting of tho Club will bo held at tho Ro}*al Victoria Hotel THIS EVENING (Thursday) at 8 o'clock. Member* kindly Attend. L. Morkiiouse, Hon. Sec. Cobram Pfojcess Association. N Important Mocting of tho abovo will ho hold at tho Mechanics Hall at 8.15 TO-M OU ROW night (Friday). A largo;', aitendinco.ia requested. GEO. GRANT. Hon. Seo. Cobram A.N.A. A. Quarterly meeting next Thura. day Night (10th inst.), at Mochanica Hal!. Members specially aakod to attend ibis meeting. Cobram Rifle Club. A Gi:\KRAT. MEETING of tho above' i\ Club will bo held in tho Mechanics Hall TO-MORROW night (Friday, 13th iim.) at 8 o'clock. All niombera nro ear nestly requested to be present, and a cor-, dial invitation is extended to all able-bodied men between 10 and GO desirous of bocoin* nig members. AR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

COBRAM RACES SATURDAY, 11th FEBRUARY. PROGRAMME. MAIDEN PLATE, of £5. Weight for Age, About Fire furlongs, Kom. 6s. BRIDGE HANDICAP, of £0. About Five Furlongs. Entrance Cs. COBRAM HANDICAP, of £12, second horse £2 out of stake. Winner of any handicap after declaration of weights to carry 71bs penalty, two or more handicaps JOlbs. Nom. 8s, ace. 4s. About one wile. ' HANDICAP TRIAL STAKES, of £0. For all horses that hare neror won £10 or orer in one race. About Six furlongs. Entrance 6s. WELTER HANDICAP, of £0. About Seven furlongs. Minimum weight Oat. Entrance 6s. NOVELTY PONY RACE, of £u. For ponies 14.2 and under; 12 yard* &turt allowed for each inch ; smallest pony to rtiu four furlongs ; ponies to bo measured on the ground before 2 p.m. ; cxacl height of pony to be sent with entry. Noin. Us, OPEN TROT (unregistered) of 5 sots. About one and a half uiilce. Sudti/o 1 let, harness lGst. Last six performance? to be *cnt with entry. Knee to bo guided by the Australasian 'Trot...

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Looking Forward. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Looking Forward. [CosTninuTun.] Id tlio year ninotcon hundred nnd ail immense concourse of pnoplo assembled at Cob ram to colobrato tlio opening of tlio railway to Cobratn and Savernake. Punctually the first pis ncijger train arrived, bringing in 250 paraugers from Savernake, Booma noomnnn. and other stations on routo. I'll is train was followed by a special bringing i» 10 bags of wheat. Tliia lino is ono of tlio first extensions into tlio Riverina of Clio Victorian railway system, a working agreement having been arrived at with tlio N.S.W. Gov ernment. The idea of constructing the railway was first mooted in tho "Connor." ft was then taken up by the IVogri'ss Association and i)m lioonianodninn.i Railway League. Tho I latter body, and all landowners in that portion of Riverina, wore quick to per ceive that an extension from C'obi-ani would best serve their interests, bring ing them nearly 300 mite:; nearer to the seaboard. The Victorian (!'jvoni snout is .to bo congratulated upon ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Barooga Hotel. * A. J. ALLEN (Formerly of YarrowayaU and Yarrawonga) Has taken over tbo management of the above hotel, and extends, a hearty welcome to old and new friends. Only the Best Brands of "Wine, Ale, Spirits and Cigars Btdcked. Good Accommodation for Travellers. FIRST-CLASS TABLE. Cleanliness, Ordor, Civility and Atteution Guaranteed. A CALL WILL BE ESTEEMED. John IMamara and Cop STOCK. STATION, V AUD financial agents, YARRAWONGA. PROPERTIES always on hand for e:ilo or to let: Clcarv'.r — r—• ■■■/ uy i\lit Joirx McNamaraa, iu auy part of Victoria or New South Wales ; Stock trucked and consigned to Melbourne agents Free o£ Charge. Honey to Lend at 4J per cent. In terest on Leasehold or Freehold Land, in Victoria or New South Wales. JOHN MctfAMARA & CO., Auctioneers, farrawonga Anderson's ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL 5i BOOMS The Largest and Roomiest Houeo in the Goulburu Valley. Excellent I'uifino. Best Wines, Ales and Spirits supplied. Fii'st-class accommodation for Hoarder...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Owlis In the Electric Lighting of Country Towns we were the Pioneers! We a;e t>.e PATENTEES and MANUFAC TURERS, NOT AGENTS," therefore Customers have our DIRECT GUARANTEE. HORNSBY is a recognised standard in QUA.LITY, hence • is the most POPULAR and SUCCESSFUL Gas Engine in Australia. Being Specialists in Suction Gas Power, their advice is of far greater value lhan csn be obtained from-A1 -^MERE AGENT. - HORNSBY ENGINES give satisfaction to Users. Study list opposite and you Will be convinced that the HORNSBY is undoubtedly the Best'on the Market. HORNSBY'S have an Engineering reputation of 98 years to maintain, and they can be relied upon to give the best value. Over 600 HORNSBY Complete Suction Gas Engines and Plants, aggregating .over 35,000 B.H.P., sold in the Commonwealth—more.than all other makes put together. The following Hit of VlCTOiU \N Town, liihled br Electricity, the p .w. rfi>r which is-fUpp!ie^'Ly Wormby Engines, ihwi nearly TV/O AND' AiULFT:M7.S A3 MANY HORNSB...

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Katamatite Methodist Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Katamatito M9thodist Circuit. Rev. J. J. Browne, of Wangaratta, delivered his popular lecture on Heads and Faces to go:>J audiences at Kata inatite, Dunbulbalane and Youamng on 5th, Gth, and 7th inst. The lec turer, despite the great heat, succeeded in holding the interest of his audience and often evoked moro than a ripple of laughter. Additional interest was added by the fact that Mr Brown is one of the pioneer Methodist ministers who over 33 years ago rode over a large area which included places as far apart as Shepparton, Nathalia, Nu inuikah and Katamatite. His many old friends were delighted to see him and to talk of the good old days when there wero no post and wire fences to impede the bold and fearless rider, when, for example, Mr Brown rode his first trip across country from Shep parton to Youamng. and found Mr r,awrence, of the latter pariah, in his paddock. It is gratifying to know that the rev. gentleman is enjoying health and strength and that his phy sique and ment...

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The Cobram Courier. ESTABLISHED 1889. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1914. Local and General Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

'|D<e (j[obi'niij (jfoiii'ien. KlTADUSItKI) 1SSS. TnURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1014, Looal and Qenoral Items. Presidential Election-.—Prior to tlio ordinary biisiness of the .Bnrrigtui Council commencing on Monday the matter of the president's allowance for tlio'ensuing j-ear was dealt will), mid it was resolved that the allowance In; the same as previously, namely, .£00. The election of President wan then proceeded with, and Gin Iloyle and Roynoldxon nominated Cr. llcffernan, each councillor expressing the opinion that lie would carry out the duties with credit to himself and the .Shire. Cr. V«gg also supported the nomina tion, and referred in commendatory terms to C'r. Ileffernan's ability for the position. The nomination was ] then put and carried unanimously amidst applause. Cr. HctTenian, in 1 reply, thanked them for I lie honor they had just accorded him, which he ; esteemed very highly, and he hoped all those councillors who had not yet occupied the chair would eventuall...

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Muckatah Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Muokatali Racas. Tlio nnnnn) moeting of tlin TVruckn. tnli Turf Club, held on Saturday, was 0110 of the best yot hold by llio club, as record entries were received for the various events, and the gato tak ings were the best to date. Sinco last meeting tho club has added a number oE^improvoments which serve to tnako the course tho beet in tho district, and as further improvements aro contemplated tho club will bo in a positiou to command a good cutry from horseowuera nuil liboral patron age by the public. The uiOBtntriking improvement is tho erection of a neat pavilion of three rooms, in which accommodation is provided for tho secretary, clerk of scabs, and tho jockeys, and, needless to add, it was much appreciated. As usual, Presi dent II. Dixsou and Secretary T. J. Leavey had all the arrangements iu perfect order, and they were ably backed up by tho rest of the ofiininla Mr K. Sliding had ehirge of tho booth and was freely patronised. Itucing comnKMicen wiiihikj .hiuuimi Plato, for...

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Baroga Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Cobram Courier — 12 February 1914

Baroga Water Trust. A meetiiifcof tho abovo body was held last Snurday, whon Trustees S. W. Arclior chairman), A. J- Mfto pliorson, and 1. 10. Deaailly were present. After reading the minutes of the previous meeting tho following'.corres pondenco wns delt with : — From the Treaury, asking fur pay ment of two instilments of £G28 9/7 ntid £209/9/10 wiich were now due, and desiring to kiow tho reason, if any, for the non-piymont of rates.— Trustee Macphorsoi moved that the Treasurer be notified that tho rate was not struck till 3rd Oeeomber, 1913, also that owing to faiity construction of tho syphoo and chamois tho Trust was unable to snpplj water to tho ratepayers, a large propirtion of whom aro averse to paying tin rates. The Trustees are fully aware of their power to suo for tho recovery of rates, but under tho circumstances they do not consider it advisable to do so jusl at present. Tho funds already collected wcro required for working expenses. Seconded by Trustee Desailly, and tn...

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