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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

[ Rifle Shooting*. r The teams for the rifle match on Satur dajv March 7, between teams chosen by the Captain and the Secretary are as fol lows :— , , - Captain's team.—It. Smith, G. Murray, (3. Fraueufelder,> W.- Abletb, E. Kae, Ct. IS wart, T. Willougliby, F. Murray, E. Jiatfieid, E. Brown, R. Milne, P. Barlow, •"-D. Qiiinlivjm, W. Drew, Bj Croucher, Gr. Loe. " > •'2?''Secretary's•- Team.—J. Mummery, R. 'McDonald, F;' Ellen; 0. Whitbourn, A. Kae, E. Ledger, P. /Matthews, P. O'.Sulhvau, <W. jvMummery, A. J. Croncher, H. Holmes, ; W: Dougherty, W. Eadclifle, J. P: M'Keogh, ' J. Ulancy, F. Lowerson. The ranges are 50u and tiOO yds,- and. ammunition "wili be supplied by the club. •

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. MYRTLEFORD ASSOCIATION. POSITION OF TEAMS. Matches Played—11 [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

ASSOCIATION. X, ;!¥" 'Ticam8. •» ",.,u .. Played—11 • Won Lost "Dr Points Buffalo ... • 7 2 . 2 32 Whoronly ... 6 2 3 Gapsted ..'■■••2 6 3 .,,14 Myrfcleford" , • • • ,■ 2 ' v 2 ^ 12'

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Myrtleford Market. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Myrtiefopd Market. , Flanagan, N'ewmau nd Co report hold iiigitheiiv fortnightly market on February' 25th, when,-they submitted their usual yarding'V to^a good attendance . of buyers. The. quality, of the yarding was particularly ';^o6flj^;and..in consequence prices were de cidedly -rathe sellers' favor. Best bullocks .£9 17/ to £9 10/ to .£9 (5/ to .£9 to £S 15/ find at prices to ;iS7 10/, best cows £8 W[ : -MJ 15/to £7 10/ and at' pricjBs.from to 10/, heifers i;S 15/ to j£S to £7 -10/; to £7_, and at prices from J36' "to ;^.;5/i-Vyjealers £3-10/ to .£3 4/ to .£2 6/, store steers at .£5 19/, store cows £'$ 17/ to \:£3 10/ to .£3 5/ to .£3, heifers and calves to '^4 5/,- steers and heifers £-5 9/ to .£2 19/6 to .£2 17/, poddies to £2. Pigs 32/6 and at 'ipricesto. 20/6. Eyans and Maeoiioejiie report, . holding • sale at j f^':Eeb.-25tli,;-when they .:liad a big yarding' ] •of'all classes of stock to » good attendance of' buyers. Sheep: xbred wethers 16/, 15/9, 15/; xbred ewes 15/, 14...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Sewing Bags of Wheat. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Sewing Bags of Wheat. The Adelaide " Chronicle " sa^ys • —A couple of years ago, Mr'James Darlev, junr., son of Cr J.. Darley, of Georgetown district Council, created a record by filling and sew ing. 327 bags of wheat in one day. Last year a young farmer, Mr Gor don DuEsford, of Redhill, easily completed 425 bags in one day. On Monday last, Mr Darley sewed 440' bags in one day. The bags of wheat were the property of Mr Bert Ide, and the grain was grown, by Mr C. Harris. All the bags were purchased this season. The bags were not previously interferred with, and many were only half filled, thus having to be topped up' and sewn. An average of seven teen stitches per bag was made .which represents approximately T50ij stitches in one day. The bags should' go considerab y over the standard weight. Mr - Darley wa!s sewing at the rate of 40 bags an hour. He completed the days work at 6.4 p.m., and the time occupied by three meals had to be deducted. Mr Darley received Id per bag for; the se...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER In these days of out-door life—motoring, golfing, boating, etc,—a reliable and Larzn . less -liquid powder is one of the necessities of life. Soroses Liquid Face Powder ia found by experts to be a perfectly invalu able preparation and a decided improve ment on the old-fashioned dry powder. Besides improving the appearance it acts as a shield to the delicate skin of the face against hot winds, dust, smuts, and other extraneous matter. Price 2/6. Obtainable at Miss E. Connelly's, Myrtleford. If you would render your child ren helpless, never compel them or. permit them to help themselves. The lead pipe manufacturers of France are collecting bullets on the Balkan battle fields. A vessel un loaded at Marseilles 2095 sacks of bullets, each weighing 1001b. At Wodouga police court, Wil liam Hefferman was charged with vagrancy..'-In'answer to the charge, accused made a statement to the effect that he was hounded down by the police in Albury, who never ga^e him any...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Siftings. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Si"fl£i ring's* A tennis match between, Myrtle cilub team and Grace Park, Who rouly, will be played on Myrtle court on Saturday afternoon nex*v y Evans jiud Maconochie hold a special store cattle sale at their Myrtleford yards on Friday, -20th March. ^Harvest festivals were held in the Anglican churches at Myrtleford,' Ovens Vale and Eurobiu on Sunday last, at Waterloo on Monday, and., at Mudgegonga on Tuesday Rev. R. N. Morrison conducted, the services, addresses and music "being appropriate to the occasion. One of the most important sales ever held in this district will be con ducted by Messrs Flanagan, New man and Co., under instructions from Mr A. W. Fletcher, on' Mon day, March 9, on the ground at Cropper's Creek, Buffalo . River. ■ Attention is particularly directed to the full.particulars given in ad^t. 011 another page of this issue. Drags will l'eave Myrtleford on morning of sale. About 80 passengers left the Bright Station' by the excursion train on .Tuesday morning for Me...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Ulster and Home Rule. MR BALFOUR'S WARNING. London, February 19. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Ulster ancl Home Rule. Ms Balfour's Warning. Iyoudon,'February 19. i Addressing ^ Unionist meeting in .■ the city yesterday, Mr. Balfour saia { that if he were au. Ulsterman he j would do as the Ulstermen were doing. The Government's tinker ing with the, (question was useless. The. bill, vftiich'' professed to com plete the healing-process in Ireland, had torn ancient wounds / open. Ireland was now in two opposite camps, divided by differences moTe irreconcilable than ever. The situa tion -was a bopless tangle,—an in extricable mess. He did not be lieve the Government would wil lingly throw itself into armed col lission with Ulster. He warned them, while their plans were still malleable, not to commit the most fatal mistake of a half measure of Home Rule within Home Rule. "The fixed desire of Ulster," Mr Balfour said; " is not to paralyse the Parliament at Dublin, but to be in the British Parliament on equal terms with us. We are now in the rapids. Even to the dullest ear the mutter...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Did You Know This? [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Did You Know This? By " Critic." That " Seobis" hus gone to Melbourne to fcry and get in to the police force.; Ha stands a good chance, for he.has already a smart arrest to hie. credit. That- & local storekeeper (a strong sup porter of the Saturday half holiday) oa pleasure bout drove out fco the hop fields on Saturday, nnd on arrival was disappointed to Rjt-?. no life or activity on the field. His enquiries revealed t.iftt Saturday half-holi day was being observed. He vievred the position, as ridiculous. What mast the public think -ivfisu visiting ifyrtleford oat j bussukss to Snd iheraso! ~es iu the same I predicament.

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Church Services. Sunday, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Chupoh Services.: Suuclav. March-1. . ■ Anglican —Mudgeyouga 11, • \Y aterloo 3; :'Myrfcleford 7.30: Rev li. : N; Morrison.* ■ W horouly 11, Bobiuaivarrah East- 3, Ever- I lou<7.30Mr R. -Isherwood. ■ Presbyterian.—Slyrtleford: 11, EurObin 3: Rev. W. D. .Andersou. .. Upper Buck land-11, Lower Buckiaiid.3, Brookside 7:30: Mr Campball. . . . ■ " Methodist.—Buffalo South 11, Buffalo North 3, Gapsted 8 :• Mr W. H. Morsleyl : Myrfcleford 7.30 : Jlr E. Peters. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Postponement. • The EuchreTournament. fixed for SATURDAY NEXT has been ' Postponed to Later Date. Particulars next- issue. Ron. M'Donald, sec. pro~tem. *

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Myrtleford Special Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Myrtleford Special Sale. Flanagan. Newman and Co. voport hav ing hold their first- special sale of the autumn at their Myrtleford yards on 20th inefc., when they yarded close on ;j00 head of all classes of st ore cat-tie. There were odd good lines of bullocks pouned, and a good supply of 2 to 3 year old steers, and also store cows and heifers and young cattle. The dry spell through which we are passing had its effect on sales, and iu eome cases a decline was noticeable, but good steers sold well throughout Taking everything intj consideration, the result can be considered most satisfactory. Bul locks made to .£6 9/ and £'(> 10/; others in lines, vSo to •£;"> 10'/ ; younger i-o JJ-i 10/ ; good linos of steers £:> S/fj to iM 2/(j, others from .£3 3/ ; poddies ~2j to 20/tJ ; cows and calves £& 10/; bulls £5 6j. Mrs t-ee, sen.'.s, dog killed ano ther suake this week, making his $ally a dozen for this season.

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Association Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Association .Cricket. Gapsted and Whorouly meet at' Gapsted on Saturday-; and Myrtle-: ford aud Buffalo River at Myrtle-" ford. Myrtleford - .team is" as Fol 3ovps :—dough,li. ahjd H Mime, /Willoirglib}', '-Reid; -J.-. "Murray^ F. ' jSIyrtk^orcl ancLGapsted "teams, and"there ^ after BniiV.-o Tt'irer and/Whorouly'wilLplay •^'offefer-rthe.premiersbiiJ-andrMessrK-Frauou-" .K,felder* "and Ledger's- trophy (to be won twice Y. y-f.:^ust as in UUl'-Io Buffalo.: weufr-off••wifch* ( k series of. wins, so in 1913.-1-1 history re- j ;; "jp]ea"tslity'elf; .This team of'bom cricketers 1 has played some weak! games since the Xew iYear • they have had"to play hard for the ! minor-premiership,- \vhich Whor6uly nearly " .rohbecl jthem of -last "Saturday :0-week.' On -ihe^other hand, Whorouly, who are. but :0wo;points behind Buffalo; have played a;I % seties of brilliant games ; andpublicopin- I ion Cis'pbinting to them as likely, to beat; : 3j[iffa]id'an'tW;$|iai6;'' Time will tell. There \ .is no g...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

<£m) That is what you can save, and plenty of it, shopping at L Ewart' 1 ailiidtJK M0M>QQ®®'®®<eQ&99 Suits to order or ready-made, Boots Hats, Shirts, Collars, Ties, &c An Important Fact: To be Well Dressed is the First Step to Success. Geo. A. Ewart's c POPULAR Makes that most important step very easy for .Man, Youth or Boy. Let Him he Your Clothier, and be dressed in THE HEIGHT OF FASHION FOR LITTLE'' MONEY. 'A. .S-ipBorsciicil o1P High-elass Oi©1bl^iri|g;3 in endless ¥arlet^ is now displayed, and marked at Bedrock Prices for Cash. • MAKE IT YOUR BilSIMESS to inspect this stock.—A visit cannot fail to please.—You will meet many friends, for, ** j \> ^ *. keen buyers meet-at GEO, A. EWART f3a\\ V if Con nelly's B uildiQly dje*$k£e t,*M v rtleford. s Mailt? ■X '"•••« £ $ ii NOW ON SHO\ ,v at E m fiiF ^9^ "7> ^ /tea" ' * -sf ' ' {?> »Vi'^ sUkszsxf Jewellery, Plate, Silverware. Mv window space is too limited to allow of a full range of...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIC This preparation is TJnsarpassed as a Hair Food & Dandruff preventative. A little sprinkled on the head night and morning, and gently massaged into the j scalp, renders Baldness impossible, i Soroses Hair Tonic will absolutely grow ! hair, and prevent it from falling out." It I imparts a beautiful' glossy sheen, and' j brings out all the natural brightness of the j hair. Price 3/0. Obtainable at Miaa £, j Connelly's, Myrtleford. j Mr Joe M'Inues, or Boorhaman North, receutly lost what might be described as a real dairyman's cow. Twelve years back he purchased from Mr M. Hogan, of Peechelba, a heifer calf oi'the Shorthorn-Jersey cross. A little ovei- 10 years ago she .caivedj and has been in continu ous milk ever since up to a few weeks ago, when she w?as killed through the limb of a tree falling on her.' She had never been speyed and had but the first calf. She was a prolific.yielder of good rich milk, which at times gave a six test, i wUHDERLKH MSM MOULDI...

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Bright Tennis Association. ST ANDREWS PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Bright Tennis Association. ^ ST ANDREWS PKEiLlEKii. . • / A large gathering ot teuuis enthusiasts • visited. All •Saints' court; on Friday, |when ~ ..Cae final-forthe- district championship club contest eventuated between Bright team ■ • and St- Andrews (Presbyterian.) Both teams had put up some good records during she season, but; if any • were fancied as . favorites perhaps Bright held that distinc tion. After the game commenced it looked for a oiiue us if Bright were going to back up their supporters, and then the aspect wcrold change in favor of Jit Aii ••dreyrs, whose supporters never wavered for' a moment. ; Again Bright prevailed, only for St. Andrews to come again - with nerve , ■ Slid viai. and after playing nntil dark the result showed that the representatives of St Andrews were premiers for 191M-M by ■twti games. Congratulations were showered upon the team by their supporters and op poneots alike, and it is certain that 110 one begrudges St Andrews the high positio a ohey...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

i amii i i ii i liwww——g| Busb Fires, Grass and busk fires caused touch damage in the Kynetpu district from Thursday to Saturday last. For miles not a solid fence-post nor half a dozen consecutive yards of fencing stands. The greatest losers are Mr J. Vereker, who had been married only two months, and whose house and all farm equip*, ments and paddocks were burnt; Mr Reddrop, whose reaper and bin der and other implements,, 60; bags of oats, 200 bags of wheat, barn, &c., were burnt. Practically every farm on the line of the Sre boasted large stacks, from one to six to eight, according to the acreage, and scarcely one remains. The most distressing incident of the Sre was the death of Mr Edmund Power, a farmer, aged 84 years. Mr Power was an active man. despite his age, and insisted on fighting the Sre. He was found by Mi: John Dauiher lying in a paddock through which the Ore had passed. He was shockingly burnt, and died 15 minutes later. At Toongabbie, Gippslana, seve ral dwel...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket Semi-Final. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

I Cricket Semi-Final. Poropaiikaii mot- Uuoklaud at Bright on .Saturday, aud played all over thu Backlaud . represent Uives, .•scoring 14(J for 2 wickets agaiiiac 51 .-xvm.'d by Uuckiituil, aud secur ing ;the tight to light the final, which will be ;;played oat. agaiiiat -.Jj'reebargh com lueiiciug on thyr-ErigJiV. ground on Sfttmtv day uext. , :i>ait;ui:dity's scores are ap puxidyd Bucki.anix J. Jxjuimaus, b Waterhouse ... J. Kaox, b Waterhouse .. . E. AT'Cormaek, b Wateriioude A. Maguire, b Graham 11. ■ Wallace, b Walkear ... P-. Fitzgerald, c Graham. b Walkeai G. Coombs, b Waterhouse ... C. Huyboe, b Walkear ..." J. bell, not out ... ... - A. O'dbea, b Wat-erhouse ... E.: VVaish,'b Waterlioiiae ... y Sundries ... "... ' : Total ... ... ... 51 rjpwliug.—T. Waterhouse U for "JS, J. .Graham I f6^ 15, E. Walkear 3 for 6. P^RKI'LiNKAll. E. VValkuai', l.b'w., b Maguire ... :il J. Graham, u O'Sliea, b Maguire ' ... -iS J. Chandler, not. out 31 . W. BfU'tlett, uot out • ... ... '7 Sun...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Porepunkah. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Poirop u ri kah. . From Our Correspondent'. Tuesday. . The optru-air concert arranged by the members of the Churca of England eventu ated on Friday evening last;, ana was a pronounced success in the full sense of the weird. .The weather was;but all,that • could be ; desired for out doer iimusemeht, and the attendance • was one of the largest ; seen at an open-air entertainment at" Pore- j punkah for some years, and singularly re- ! preventative of all denominations, who I gave theia patronage cheerfully, and many i came from long distances. The programme I was one of a first class order, some of the | leading artiste of f-he district assisting, j The grounds were prepared for the occa- j sion, the stage being tastefully decorated, also the stalls, the trees forming a- natural canopy of their own. The Porepunkah Band was in attendance., and at intervals discoursed excellent music under the leadership uf Mr B. liayner. The Kev It. Brammell acted as chairman, and carried i out the oner...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Bright Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

Bright Water Trust. .! ♦ - * A,special meeting ot cae above ' was held on -Monday, evening, to consider the present-supply of water at the, reservoir »and arran e for a" supply 111 case of emergency. Com/ Abraham (chairman) presided, Corns. Manning,.. Brogan, Breen and Traulsen being also present. The Secretary reported that he had an offer of a boiler-for ^'25 or at a ren tal of 25/ per week. Same has been examined by an eixpert, and" wasjn good working/order, Com missioner's were of opinion that the boiler would be necessary for the. works at the new reservoir, and de cided to purchase same should pumping become necessary, provi ded a week's option was given by 'the-'yeudqr. The Turncock reported that 14 days-' supply remained at the reservoir, and the matter of pumping was left in the hands of the Chairman, Secretary and. Turn• cock to arrange should occasion arise. The Secretary was instruc ted to get into communication with Mr J as. Jagoe regarding the raising .of the bank«.at ...

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"REX." AN AUSTRALIAN SKETCH. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 26 February 1914

"REX/* + AN AUSTRALIAN SKETCH. [By Louise.] (Continued.) *" At "first 1 asked for no greater pieasurethan to take a long solitary fide in the early mornings and dusky twilights on my favorite ■about the hilly country lying around the pretty little township. But pre sently a craving for more exciting pursuits filled and absorbed my mind, and made all else seem thor oughly tame and uninteresting, lin ts! even my rides began to lose their zest, and became mere necessity to iit me for my day's work after the late hours and reckies? pleasures of the night before, As is, I fear, but too often the case in country towns where the means of amusements are extremely limited, gambling was the favourite pastime amongst a certain set—by no means a small or insignificant one—at Beechworth, and I, the veriest tyro that ever touched card or dice, threw myself into their midst with unqualified ar dour, and few nights passed without finding me deeply engaged in those games of chance which have paved, ...

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