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SCHOOLS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 19 February 1914

BCO AS~ TC1I. r.Xwy the Ys attending th - ett delCr SQ1out A Cth !mle thoiSe ndig the old Tyntynder South Sat a friendly game of cricket. ne~ boys won lh- toss, but sent old boys to bat. The match ro d in a win for the old boys, scored 109-Lcn Hunter (40) and b Moore (36) being the best scores the winners, against 30, Arlhur -ter?orth (16). With pact:ece Ln d Bob should make good players. a. Waters and Bak'r, the head , umpired thi game. ill • -

Publication Title: Swan Hill Guardian And Lake Boga Advocate
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MR. COOK ON FEDERAL POLITICS. AN IMPOSSIBLE POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 19 February 1914

MR. COOK OH FEDERAL POLITICS. AN INPOSSIBLE POSITION. In the course of an address to the Farmers' and Settiers' Association at Cowra last week, the Prime Minister (Mr. O(ok) said that the present posi tion of affairs in the Federal Parlia ment was practically impossible. He continued:-"Some of our friends say 'Stay where you are. Hold on to keep the other fellow out.' The fact is wme cannot stay on with any sense of dignity under present conditions. Dur ing the last session we held our own, but it is purely a battle of wits, and only by the straining of.the Stand ing Orders and such 1ke methods were we able to hold on at all. l'hi3 kind of thing cannot be 'repeated without a severe loss to every- function of government, as well as the reputation of the country. (Cheers.) "Parliamentary bus:ness cannot be eonducted ivith an absolutely even House such as this has been, with the S~p~kcr I:: th. ch?ir. Mo 'over, there i a'? ;rc:·,tmledf. afainlncial and bIsiness problenw requiring treaL...

Publication Title: Swan Hill Guardian And Lake Boga Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 19 February 1914

he Little Amber 0 Bottle. A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN d THOUSAND$ OF HOMES. f, The Amber Bottle in which Dr. b orse's Indian Root Pills are packed probably better known as a familiar -ct about the home than any other tle of a like kind. It is not there c as an ornament, si p but for practical n every-day use. In I the best regulated h families the little ills of life will creep S in. Some member of the family circle may occasionally suffer from Bilious ness or Indigestion, r S and one or thie c R other will from time 1 PIS time exhibit the c well-known symp toms of Constipa tion. From these Stroubles more serious complaints -., and should, therefore, notr Sneglscted. The slight headache.( d breath, and discolored tongue, are i index to a disordered stomach, and I ece6ast of keeping a safe, sure, e reliable remedy in the house is Parent. By following such a course Smore expensive method of callinlg ?a doctor will be quite unnecessary. T.oUr own doctor, prescribe Dr. Iorse's Indian Root Pill...

Publication Title: Swan Hill Guardian And Lake Boga Advocate
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PEOPLING VICTORIA. CLOSER SETTLEMENT TROUBLES. CONTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 19 February 1914

PEOPLING VICTORIA. CLOSER SETTLEMENT TROUBLES. COhirmtmrED. The question of closer settlement has during the last few days excited the pro foundest interest not Jnly in Parliament but throughout Victoria. The damning report of the committee appointed to inqmuire into the policy of the Closer Settlement Board has con vinced all that there is drastic .need for change. In any case, the interests, at stake are very large. The Closer Settle ment Board has spent on the average £500,000 per annum on the purchase of land, and also advances an average of £200,000 a year to settlers. Thus the board controls a business which taxes the electors to the extentof £700,000 a year. The curious feature of the business is that the present chairman of the board declared frankly that he was not master of the position, and added the startling remark, "An apple cart down the street could not be run on the lines on which Victoria's closer settlement scheme .was conducted." To this statement Mr. M'Kenzie, f...

Publication Title: Swan Hill Guardian And Lake Boga Advocate
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NOWIE. Farewell Social and Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 19 February 1914

NOWIE. FROMI OUR CORRESPONDENT. FaPewell Soolal and PPesentation. On Wednesday nignt last Iha friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ennis tendered tnom a farewell social in the Stratford East hall. Mr. A Fi: her (the chairman of the hall committee) presided, and re fered to the guests' good work in con nection wtih the district. His remarks were endorsed by Messrs M'Mahon, -ramer, Hickey and M'Namara. Mr. Fisher, on behalf of the public, pre sented Mr. Ennis with a magnificant silver dish. Mr. Ennis, in re-panding, thanked his friends for their kind re marks and present, and said that he felt keenly leaving the district. Mr. Ennis has taken up land in Queens land. Dancing and songs were in dulged in till daylight. A very en joyable evening was brought to a cloe by the singing of Auld Lang Syne. New Mail Service. The postal authrities have Opened a mail service between Chillingollh and Mr. Angus Fisher:s private resi dence, to run twice a week, Tuesday and Thrsday, starting on the 17th inst. Mr. M...

Publication Title: Swan Hill Guardian And Lake Boga Advocate
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BRAVERY REWARDED. MEDALS PRESENTED TO LIFE SAVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 19 February 1914

DIUU~lLI J 1. UYLU~n iJU&U., LI. IUur BRAVERY REWARDED. MEDALS PRESENTED TO LIFE SAVERS. At an interval during the pi, of the water gymkhana yesterday after noon the opportunity was taken to recognise the bravery of Mr. James Belsar and Masters Hector M'D~ and Claude Ro?s for saving 3115 A. Ross from drowning in the 310m on the 31st December last by F senting each witn a medal. T'Ii tion was taken by the Swan I Aquatic Club. The duty of P?" ing the medals was entrusted to Frank Beaurepaire. Mr. Beaurepaire said that he preciated the honor of being .? to present the medals to the brf man and the two boys who by t timely actions had been inst~u. in saving life. It was a very bl action for anyone to try and s* human life, no matter whethser it from drowning or any other But possibly in the case of drot it was more to be commended tbl some others, as the recurer d~ risked his own life in his stt to try and save that of the dr person. The presenting of the rve the opportunity to ...

Publication Title: Swan Hill Guardian And Lake Boga Advocate
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WAKOOL SHIRE COUNCIL. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 19 February 1914

WAKOOL SHIRE COUNCIL. I ENGINEER'S RfEPORT. The Wakool sh;re engineer (Mr. J, Vaughan) submitted thŽ follow.ng re port at the last council meeting: In accordance with instructions, an inspection of the roads leading to Nyah, in the parish of Bunguhyah, has been made, and the report is as follows:- Road through p)rtion3 1 and 21 remain as shown on sketch, a'so road through portion 43, parish of Puah; roads chrough portions 3, 4, 6, and 7 should timainan as.shbown, and between por tions 5, 6, 7, and. 4 as shown; also through portions. 40, 38 and 26. The reasons fr 1.h above are as fLllow: -Froom where ths..road passes from corner of road hear portions 20 and 2 to the iroad: which. crosses portions 4, 15 ::and 25 is very unsuitable, and would mean agreat, amount of. ex pense as to formations, &c. It passe' through about 70: chains of black soil also aEsand hill. ..The road: running parallel, and marked' with red lines, has'only about .20-chains of formation equired of. about :a...

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SWOT THAT FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

SWOT THAT FLY. - '1 In the tropics, a bite from a mos- quito my mean a few weeks' ill- 1 aes, and many precautions must be t taken by Europeans abroad to guard I against these peste. The gravest charge against the mosquito is that of causing malaria and elephantiasis. The latter disease is seldom found t amongst Europeans, but is very corn mon amongst the natives. Strange to say, the mosquito which causee elephantiaais is altogether dif ferent to the mosquito which causes malaria. The malaria mosquito is straight, and when resting on a wall its body appears to. be at right angles to the wall. The common mosquito has a hunched-back appearance, and when resting on a wall, or on one's skin, its body is curved. - This mosquito breeds mostly in stagnant or dirty water, while it has been found that malarial mos quitoes breed in collections of natu ral water, such as rain-pools, streams, swamps, etc. Like the fly, the mosquito has four stages-viz., the egg, which is very small, and can bar...

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A CEYLON TEA PLANTER. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

A CEYLON TEA PLANTER. Luther Muaday, in '"A Chroncle of Priendaship," tells some good stories of a planter's life_ in Ceylon. "I -remember that an old pal of mine, at whose bungalow I was stay. ing, was entertaining a number of brother planters . Amongst many weird games, they began firing pis tols at a target through my door, so I quietly hung up their clothes behind the .door.. Then Iwent out for a walk 'and stayed with a friend till the morning." "There was once a sort of impro vised levee. sand I became, popular in a day, by means of a frock-coat, which I had brought out from home. It was a huge success. I changed behind a screen, and sd, in turn, did sixteen planters, who walked past the chair in my coat and bowed to the Governor. "'It was also worn by four bride grooms, and paraded mournfully. at two funerals. In the heydey of its charm it buttoned over the chest of thin men, and was worn wide open by fat men, and it suited any - pat tern of trousers. : I mourned for it as for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

Just What .You Need Laxo-Tonio Pills can be taken at all times and under all conditions by. both young and old alike with out the slightest risk, and without danger of unpleasant after-effects. Laxo-Tonic Pills asilst the processes of nature, give relish to the food, removing exhaustion, sick headache, and many other ailments. Laxo-Tbnic. Pills are a popular pill at a popular price. Obtainable everywhere. -W ANTED grass paddocks for 5000 V sheep. Apply Edward Tren chard and Co., Swan Hill. POULTRY.-Wanted to Buy Poultry, Turkeys preferred. Apply Royal ioteL . REGISTRY OFFICE-G. N. Moffat. Campbell-street. Swan Hill, has opened a Registry Office for a l classes of Labor. OR SALE (for cash), Mallee Roots, 9s. 6d. per load;. also, Box od, 12s per load. All orders left at W. Silk's, next Post Office.--Charles Eade. SOR SALE.-First-class Double Ab bott Buggy; also,,two single seat bott, with hodds, nearly new. J. A. Deakin, Kerang Carriage Factory, Kerang. O LET.-About 200 Acres Burning ...

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Stripping in Milking. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

Stripping in Milking. Many explanations have been given of the reason why the "strippings," or that portion of the milk that, is last drawn from the udder, are the richest in butter-fat. One of the most generally accepted explanations is that the butter-fat, being of such a low speciflo gravity as compared with-the watery portion of the milk in which it floats, has a tendency to rise to. the upper portions of the udder, just as it does when the milk is set for cream rising. When the cream so rises in the udder it naturally follows that it will be the last to come away in the operation of milking. That there is a very marked difference in the quality of the milk first drawn from the cow, as compared with that which comes away at the finish, was clearly shown by an experiment carried out some time ago. A well-known dairy expert found that, whilst the average per centage of butter-fat in the first half pint of milk withdrawn from a cow worked out to only 1.32 per cent., the butter-fat ...

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UNLUCKY "ALEXANDRA." [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

_.NLUCKY-' ALEXANDRA.'' I1 No name is consildered more un ucky for girls by the Russian Royal 'aiily than that of Alexandra ; for since Emperor Paul, who ruled Rus sia towards the end of the eigh teenth century, had his daughter named Alexandra dire diesaster has 1 fallen upon each member of the Rus-" 1 lagn Royal Family bearing thai same When she was seventeen years of age a marriage was arranged be tween ,Emperor Paul's daughter and the King of Sweden. The wedding day arrived, says M. Eager in "SiS Years at the Russian Court," the bride was., dressed, the tables lain for the feast, the guests assembled, and the priests in. waiting. But the bridegroom suddenly declared to his gentlemen that he could not and would not go on with the marriage. Vainly they implored him not tc insult his chosen bride and the great Russian nation. But he was obsti nate, and left the Winter Palace with his suite as quickly as possible. A marriage was speedily arranged for the poor, humiliated young Grand...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MII.. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. SMILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. :.K . CAMPBELL STREET, ME. MILLS. MILLS. Mil: .....SWAN IL . .... : . MILLS. MILLS.` -o- . MILLS A ostumes. -COMhMENCING TUESDAY, 20th JANUARY, 1914 --.----0 -; NAVY PRINT ONE-PIECE DRESSES, 9s lid ; reduced to 4s lld. LIGHT PRINT ONE-PIECE DRESSES, 9s lid; reduced to 5s lld. NAVY and LIGHT PRINT BLOUSES and SKIRT DRESSES, 8s 11d; reduced to 4s lld. LIGHT and DARK JAP. CREPE. ONE-PIECE DRESSES, 8s 11d; reduced to 5s 11d. STRIPED PIQUE ONE-PIECE DRESSES, 12s 6d; reduced to 6s 11d. LIGHT and DARK PRINT BLOUSES, 2s lid and 3s 6d ; reduced to is 1ld. WHITE MUSLIN BLOUSES, Embroidered and Tucked, 2s lid ; reduced to 2s 3d. GIRLS' LIGHT and DARK PRINT DRESSES, 2s lid and3s 6d; reduced to is lld. 45-INCH EMBROIDERY, reduced to is 6d, 1s lld, 2s 3d and 2s 6d yard. -0 MILLS. 'TT .MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS. MILLS...

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RATES OF POSTAGE. Commonwealth [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

RATES OF POSTAGE. Oommnonwealth . Lettes.-Fb' every half ounce, or fraction thereof, ld. Letter Oards.--in?le, each, 1d. Letter .Oards.-Rly, each half, Id. Posteards.-8ln le id. Postcards -Repy, each half, id. Printed Papers, as prescribed, per 2 oz or part of 2 oz., }d. Books (inted outside Australia), 4 oz. or parof 4 oz., id. Bo (rined in Australia), 8 oz.' or at of 8 oz., d. sines, Reviews, Serials, d other simi lar blioations printed and published in Auslia in numbers at intervals not esceaeding three months, per 8 oz. Spart of 8 oz., id. Mo againes, Reviews, Serials, o ther similar publications (indud. ing Newspapers) printed and published outside Australia in numbers at inter vals not exceeding three months, per 4 oz. or peart of 4 o,., id. "'ansard," 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. Commercial Papers, Patterns, Sam ples, and Merchandise, as prescribed, per 2 oz....

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SEA LAKE RACING CLUB. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

SEA LAKE RACINC CLUB. ANNUAL RACE MEETING. The Sea Lake races took place on STuesday. The weather was very op. pressive. The attendance was fair, Sand the fields larger than in former Syears. Results: Hurdle Race.-Flying Doe, 10.7, 1; Snow Queen, 2; The Rafft, 3. Betting: 1 2 to 1 on Flying Doe. Won easily. Trial Stakes.-Last Dream. 8.11, 1; Malleable, 2; Speewa, 3. Betting: 3 to 1 on Last Dream. Won by a ength, two lengths between second and third: Sea Lake Handicap.-Curyo, 8.0, 1; SReg, 8.12, 2; Nyika, 8.5, 3. The following also started:-Thanatos, Ap. oplexy, Lady Grand Spec, Boigbeat, Snow Queen, and Galtrin. Betting: 1 6 to 4 on Curyo, 2 to 1 against Reg. Won by half a length, Nyika a length away from Reg. SDistance Pony Race.-Mizpah, 1; ' Plain Bill, 2; Two Step, 3. Betting: Even money Nipper,; 3 to 1 Mizpah. Wonby two lengths. Flying Handicap.-Chapoto, 9.0, 1; Vim, 9.0, 2; The Nipper, 3. Thanatos, Ouryo, and 'Black Jack also started. Betting: 3 to 1 on the winner, even money O...

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COMMERCIAL. Edward Trenchard and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

COMMERCIAL, Edwaxrd Trenohbard ad" Mcssrs Edward Trenerd?' report having held their.'' nightly 'ale on Thursda\' l was a pood yardin of sh"eP a yarding of cattle, and a tandanco of grazie~ from . Wales, Keranc and l-c . P ices all round weIre al,;t late rates, but conmetiionfl , duller. Qotrations .-ShCe " wtŽhers. prime, to 2: r,., ditto, 17ts; merino cV', yr., 1-1s: merino ct'?'vs.? : 12. 101;' clrsrcbjr t . &4; tooth, 1ida; co?ebaek e? tooth, 14s lid; nleri , Ss d. Cattle-Fat !,'"' weight., to £6 17s ,; i heifers, 2 yrs.. to £2 : po2.iir, to 26G. For lamrge orc:det of pri. aly the "Guardvana l decided advantages. Full gua anteed wtith such ordo

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

P8OTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Mails are reoeivod and despatched at the Swan Hill Post Ofnce as follows : MAILS GLOSE For Melbourne, Bendigo, Mitlamo, Pyramid Hill, KeHrang, Mystic Park, and Lake Bega daily at 11.35 a.m. For Burra, Broombead's, Lockhart's, O'Bree's, Younglera, Euston, Narrung Bumbang and Mildura on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6.45 p.m. For Tyntynder South, Tyntynder Sta-. tion, Tytynder West, Bruce's, Nyah, Wood Wood and Piangil on Sundays at 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays at 6.46 p.m. For Goschen, Lalbert Road, Mumble Plains and Lalbert on Mondays, Wed. nesdays and Fridays at &45 a.m. For Bulga, M'Naughton's, Algie's, Standen's and. M'Lean's on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thuradays at 10 p.m. For Mallan, Cunninyouk, Jeffrey's and Moulamein on Tuesdays and Fri days at 7 a?.m. For Albrecht's, Nesbitt's, Llewah. Neild'a, Yaga, Stony Orossing, Hoe burgh's, Holmes', Wakool, Stesning's, Condoulpe, Finlay's, Spinks', M'Oll land's O'Rlley's, Cannally and, Bal. raaadon Mondays, Wednesday...

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COMING EVENTS AND TRADE. Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

COMING EVENTS AND TRADE. Coming Events. The annual ball in aid of the Roman Catholie Church will be (held in the shire hall on race night (4th March). A good supper 'will be provided.

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BULK HANDLING OF GR[?] ADOPTED BY RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

BULK HANDLING OF C e ADOPTED BY RUSSIA' In view of the demand for the tion of methods that will rest t bulk handling of Ausilralia? ,h. interesting to note that Rus?sis to instal the bulk system on a extensive scale than she has done. The British CnstuI at St burg points out that Russla P on an average 70,000,000 to cereals per annum. In corSn of the lack of proper or the Russian grain trade, and account of the grain, notwi its high quality, containing to. high percentage of admixture sI Russian grain commands a low abroad than other foreign Russian seaports, also, are not properly to deal with the arrivals of grain for export harvest time.. It has now bees that the only method of di such quantities Is to follow the set by the United States-to a sufficient number of grain and granaries. In Russia h recently, there were onlyb. i with an aggregate capacity of tons. In the ljnited Stts tha6 424 large elevators, with a C nearly 7,000,000 tons, besides a of small elevators. The IR. peria...

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Telephone Exchange. List of Subscribers. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 23 February 1914

Telephone Exchange. List of ublertlbep. 23-Bell, W., M'Callum.street 48-Barwicok, T. H., Campbell-etreet 26-Binns, Ted, and Co. S11-Brown, Neil 41-Boultor J., OCampbell-street 44--Caringa Club 12--Chamberas, A. H., C?ampbell-.street 3-Chapman and Smithuo, LIsay" oEce 3-Chapman, ires Knox, "Islay" Camp -bell-treet 35-Commercial Hotel, J. A. Garden 42-Dowling, G. F., Campbe?llastreet 5--Drummond, P. M., M'Crae-street 6-Drummond, R. PA., privat residence, Splatt-etreet 15-Filmer, W., hairdresser and stationer Campbell-street 65-Finlay, W. C. 124-Gerrand, D., M'Callum-stroet 16-Gerramd, W. I., Campbell-street 20-Gray, John and Co. 47-Gray and Co.'s Motor Garage 49-Gnayjohn, jun., M'Caellum-etreet 7-Harrf8, F. J., Campbell-street 13-Ha , F. and Co., C. mpbell-street: 14-Herri dg, Mrs. M., fee palace, Ca mpbell-street *2-Hospital, Public 9--Jagr, F. 2--Kimberley, W., private residence 31- Lg, DrF. . - 48--o on Bank 19-Lord, A. A. 18- Morgan, T. H. 43-Mbellool Station 22-M'Donald, Donald, ...

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