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Mining [?]otes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
Mining JJotes. FOLLOWSG dredging returns have Let-n reported for the week ended Friday last: ozs. Porepunkah 2:&lt;S.&lt;j Junction 3 o'A The Porepunkah dredge, wliich obtained 23!4ez. last week lias been dr.v-dor.ked nod is now being repaired by Mr W. C. Snejl, of Bright. Mesers It. Dwyer and \V. Williama are reported as having found a very promis ing show south of the Merry Widow, at Wendiligong. The reef was said to be ! 4ft. wide at the end of the last week and to give values equal to lodvvt. per ton. It is to be hoped that- the find is a per manent one. The manager, of the Home Reefs, Wandiligong, reported it the usual fort lightly meeting of directors on Saturday afternoon last thai sinking the shaft had ?itoppcd 53ft. below No. 1 plat. 1'be well Hud been limbered up and pi it opened int. at 42ft. below No. I level. The tank 'haft had been skidded down to the inttom and a start made to drive on the lade south. This had boen carried ill to a distance of 23ft. At...
Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
Sporting. ( THE nominations and weights for the races here on' Boxing Day will be found in another column. Six horses fell in the Approved Stakes at the Kensington (NSW.) races on Saturday- The jot-key, P. Round, re ceived slight concussion, hut the other riders escaped serious injury. The A JC. will expend about £40,000 on the ins'allation of the totalisator ' It is expected to be completed in timt for the next autumn meeting The newspapers are discussing the possibility of arranging a match between Georges Carpentier, ihe French boxing champion, and Les Datry. of Australia, if they should come to America.
A Practical Christmas. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
A Practical Christmas. SINCE the Christmas number of "Every lady's Journal1'-that popular magazine for the women of Australia and New Zealand-is issued during the first week of December, the editor has an oppor tunity of advising his readers on the hundred and one problems that crop up during the festive season. "Everylady's Journal" advises that this year, our Christmas should be marked by sober mindedness and practical economy rather than by the usual merry making and open-handedness. The reasons for this are too obvious to need repeating. In support of this advice the journal devotes many pages to practical hints in pre paring Christmas fare, arranging en tertainments, constructing Christmas gifts in the home instead of buying them, and indulging in a period of home dressmaking. Special Christmas stories, articles, and verses are contributed by Chas. Nuttall, Dr. Fitchett, Madame Melba, Miss Mary Card, and others. Altogether, this number of "Every lady's Journal" may be regarded ...
Bright Patriotic Christmas Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
Bright Patriotic Christmas Carnival. FOLLOWING are the nominations and handicaps for.the principal events to be decided at the carnival on Boxing Day HANDICAP HACK RACK, 6 furlongs ? st n. D. Slater's U^oiful 10 0 E. M. Hill's The Blemish ' 9 5 John Slater's E >ger 9 0 P. Burlnw's Stolla -9 0 H Rigelow's Drummer Boy ... 8 12 W. Weston's Larry ... 8 10 Mies May Miles' Blaze 8 10 T. Johnson's Semper Delis ... 8 10. A. VV. Quinn's Gunner 8 -7 AleC Attridg-i's DaphnJ ; 8 7 . BRIGHT HANDICAP, 7 furlongs. si lb D. Slater's Useful 9 12 IC. M. Hill's The Blemish ... 9 4 S. Newton's Belfast 9 4 : T. Johnson's Semper Delia ... 8 9' ? W. Weston's Larry ... 8' 9: Mis? May Miles'Blaze ? 8 9-: A- VV. Quinn's Gunner 8 7 . ? NOVELTY PONY RACE, 4 furlongs' ' st lb L. & M. Johnston's Golden Treasure ... 9 0 . S. Moore's Belgian Queen ... 8 12 ; S. Moore's Miss Gavell ... 8 10 ' H. Bigolow'a Drummer"Boy ... 8 10: A. Hunter's O'Laary 8 0» W. E. Talbot's Elsie Argyle .... 7 0 ' O. V. Lawler's...
A Perfect Liver Regulator [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
A Perfect Liver Keguiator Let your liver become disordered and your head will ache, your tongue become coated, your stomach upsot and your biwela constipated. All this misery can be avoided by an occasional dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. Cliambi&lt;rlain's Tablets are a perfect regulator for the j liver, stomach and bowels. Tbev sharpen the appetite and strengthen tha bowels to act regularly without assistance. Fo: salti by Walker Bros., Bright; J. E. JoneB, Harrietville; C. Lardi. Wandili Rone ; C. G. Goodman, Porepvmkr.h ;,X, Ritchie, Buckland. /
DISTRICT NEWS. TAWONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
DISTRICT NEWS FROM OUR CORRESPONDENCE TAWONGA. HARVESTING operations are now in full swing, and farmers generally are making hay while the sun shines. Those en- gaged in milking have no reason to fear a shortage of grass, which is everywhere abundant. Trout fishing is very popular here now, and many anglers are quite expert in handling this elusive denizen of the fresh water. Last season many lovers of this pastime came long distances in search of sport, and almost all cases were rewarded for their energy and enterprise. With each succeeding year the fish increase, and as the Kiewa River is an ideal one for fish of the trout family, Tawouga will, no doubt, in the near future gain wide fame. &nbsp; Residents are anxiously awaiting some departmental decision regardiug the bridge over the river at Ryder's lane, and those, at the " Red Bank " are also concerned as to when a reply will be given them. The . shire council has pledged itself to build this bridge, and no doubt when a...
YOUTHS' STANDING BLOCK CHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
YOUTHS' STANDING BLOCK CHOP. R. Barton, Tawonga scr. Rex Hollonds, Tawonga scr &nbsp; J. Black, Eurobin. acr. sees bhd F. J. Lamson, Cheshunt. 2 L. J. Gerry, Myrtleford 2 C. V. Lawler, Freeburgh 7 STANDING BLOCK CHOP, 36in. Logs. T. Williams, Tawonga scr F. Rowe, Wandiligong. scr. J. Higgins, Porepunkah ... ... sor. W. J. Ablett, Myrtleford sor. sees bhd A. Wilson, Porepunkah 2 A. J. Hackett, Cheshunt 2 P. Mummery, Myrtleford 2 S. Metcalfe, Bright 3 R. Lamson, Cheshunt 0 Alf Hollonds, Tawonga .... ... 7 UNDERHAND CHOP, 36in Logs. F. Rowe, Wandiligong... ... scr. &nbsp; W. J. Ablett, Myrtleford ... . ... . scr. s«Cs bhd P. Mummery, Myrtleford 2 A. J. Hackett, Cheshunt ... 2 &nbsp; T. Williams, Tawonga 2 S. Metcalfe, Bright 2 A. Wilson. Porepunkah 2 N. Paul, Myrtleford ... 3 Alf. Hollonds, Tawonga. 4 J. Higgins, Porepunkah 5 R. Lamson, Cheshunt 6 W. H. GOLDSWORTHY ) W. C. SNELL Handicappers. &nbsp; &nbsp;
North Riding Vacancy. ANOTHER CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
North Riding Vacancy. ANOTHER CONTEST. YESTERDAY (Thursday) was nomination day for the vacancy in the North Riding of the Shire of Bright, caused by the retirement of Councillor T. Seamer. Two nominations were lodged during that day, the candidates being Messrs J Pass, of Porepunkah. and Mr F. Roper, of Tawonga. Although Tawonga has been connected with the Shire for over 20 years, this is the first occasion that the residents have succeeded in persuading one of their number to contest a seat, The poll will be held on Friday, 5th January, 1917. Mr W.. J. Guaffar, a gentleman with a long and varied mining experience, has taken up what he calls the " old dyke" formation at Running Creek, and pro- viding the proposition will stand the test, he does not anticipate much diffioulty in securing a big company to work it. Mr Chaffer explained that he resided in the district about 18 years ago, and although he has visited many mining fields in the &nbsp; intervening years, he has alway...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
MELBOURNE G. G. FOX,! B.A., LL.B., SOLICITOR, GAVAN -STJtEET, BlUGiir TBOST MONEYS TO La.vn. [Tel. No. 10, Bright.] ~ DENT! 8 TRY! G. A. Payne, L.D.S., Dentist C. E. Donnelly Baarc! of Victoria.) of Murphy-bfreel, WANGARATTA. WILL visit Bright and Myrtloford every second week, and miy be consulted at- VTrs. Abraham's Stiii Hotel.-DATE OF NEXT VISIT: BRIGHT, Monday, Nov. 27, 4 to 7 p.m. and Tuesday, Nov. 28, 8pm to 10 p m. HAIIKIKTVILLE, Tuesday, Nov. 28, 9 a.m. to 2.30 p m. FREEBURGH, Tuesday, Nor. 2S, 4 to (i p ra MR. E. TALBOT JOlJfSS, DENTAL SURGEON,- 94 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE, visits BRIGHT every two weeks. Gold filling, crown work, painless extractions by gas, cocaine, &c. ,_Artificial teeth a speciality.. NEXT VISIT-Alpine Hotel, BRIGHT Tuesday, January 9th. from 4.30 p.m.; all day, Wednesday, 10th. CREDIT FONCIER LOANS ON FARM In sums from £50 to £2,000. At 6 per cent interest And from 1* per cent, in redaction of prin cipal-"which pays oft th* loan in 271 years. Loan...
State Schools' Examinations. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 22 December 1916
State Schools' Examin ations. The examinaiinna throughout the district for qualifying and merit certificates, were held at the various State schools in the district on the 21st of last month The results were made available on Saturday laat, when it was seen that the following candidates were ouccesaful: MERIT 0EBT»I0iTE3. Bright-David Roe, . Horace Sneli, Andrew Walker, Herbert Williams. Brookaide-Eileen Harrington, Mary Harrington, Mary Miller, Albert Wallace, ftuckland, Upper-Alfreds Arnold. Eurol'in-Percy Weston. Freeburgh-Christina Crowther Harriotville-Charles Beasley, Freder ick Gavin, Essie Hocking, Dorothy Moore, Alice M 'Qniltoo, Norman Power, Neville Pini, Ernest Bell Myrtleford-Dorothy Peters, Dorothy Williamr, John Onley Tawonga-Edith Cooper, Rita Mad ^isoii, Sydney Ryder. Wandili|»P0E-Victor Attridge, Geoffery Norley, Rita Smith, Norman Stephens. QUALIFYING CERTIFICATES Bright-Linda Jones, Maisie Smith, Eileen Weston, Elizabeth Walker, Norman Briggs, Charles Butler, Roy...
WHY YOUR HAIRS STND ON END. Some Queer Physiological Facts Explained. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 5 January 1917
[WHY YOUR HAIRS STND ON END. 1 Some Queer Physiological Facts Explained. Thousands of years ago man in his savage state, who was better able to control his muscles than modern man, bristled his hair out in order to look fierce and dangerous. Our ancestor.3 fluffed their hair out in order to keep out the cold, and to this day the hairs of man stand on end when the body is exposed to cold. That is the real reason why we get "goose flesh." When our "hair stands on end," our "flesh creeps," or we get "goose flesh," the muscles which are situated under the skin contract and cause the tiny blood vessels or capillaries to contract and drive the blood out. Naturally the skin becomes white. It is then that we are "ghastly with fright" and "white to the lips." As the blood vessels and muscle;; contract so the skin tightens, pulling the hairs which cover the skin up straight. That is exactly what happens to the hair of the head when it "stands on end." We might even call it "goose flesh of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 5 January 1917
Assurance Co. ff«TABU3MCD 1763 WORKERS' COMPENSATION Ffre. Accident. Losses byBnsh Fires and Lightning are made good by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. DA'LGETY & Co. LTD., MELBOURNE. General Agents (or Victoria The Phoenix insures CROPS ana STACKS against damage by FIRS and GropB against damage by KAIL ? STONES. Mr. Henpeck says that the reason a woman looks under the bed for a burglar is because she is afraid tliat he'll get to her husband's pockets be fore she does. Death is not always a cure for ly ing. lit nine cases out of ten it breaks out again on the tombstone. EXCHANGE. We can exchange your property, whether large or small. For Farms In any district, Vacant Land, Suburban Villas, Mortgages, etc.; large list to choose from. No sale, no charge. Correspondence invited. CLARKE & CO., Pty. Ltd. 275, 277, 279, 281 Lonsdale St, Melb. A man wouldn't think it Lome if he couldn't throw his overcoat over the back of a chair. Even a pawnshop has its redeeming features! ME...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 5 January 1917
A Broad Hint. A gentleman visited the house of a friend. The butler, an Irishman, acted very kindly towards him. He waited upon him at dinner, brushed his clothes, and saw him into his carriage. The gentleman, who was very miser ly, never offered to tip him, so, as a reminder, Pat said to him: "Faith, sor, if ye lose your purse on the way, remember ye didn't pull it out here." Books are a great help to a man, especially if they are bank or cheque books. Lady tells how she restored hair to natural color that had been grey for years. A lady writes:-"I find this home made preparation unequalled as a powerful stimulant to the growth of the hair, and for restoring it-not dye ing it-to its natural color. It is equally good for removing dandruff, giving the hair life, brilliancy and color, for stopping itching and keep ing the scalp in first-class condition. It is not greasy or sticky, and there is no coloring to rub off at nights on to the bed linen. Get l%oz. Ke juvenl Compound from the ...
CHAPTER XXIX. Clintock Explains. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 5 January 1917
CHAPTER XXIX. Clintock Explains. The man with the scarred face, his | head in bandages,' was sunk in an ; armchair by the dining-room hearth, j Philip Mayne, nonchalantly smoking (a cigarette, lounged against the table. He was an athletic young man, and was pardonably proud of having got the better of the most skilful wrestler he had ever encountered. "Clintock knows that Ramleigh is t dead," whispered Skipton, supporting | Franklin to a chair. "He has taken it badly to heart. You'll understand why, presently." The injured man looked up at Franklin a moment, and then dropped his eyes again, and spoke in calm, level tones. "You wonder why I've been so desperately against you and Mr. Bul ton," he began. "There's no danger to anyone in telling you now, for I don't care what happens to me. I must pay the penalty. Alfred Ram leigh is beyond the petty persecu tions of his enemies, and the world lias lost its greatest man-just that. Ho wanted nothing for himself. He only wanted to confer a...
CHAPTER XXVIII. Diana Explains. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 5 January 1917
CHAPTER XXVIII. Diana Explains. "What is going on?" said the new comer, sharply. "The police are here," retorted Frank, under his breath. "Keep quiet, whoever you are, and lend a hand it you like." "Oh! it's a man-hunt?" "Yes. And here he comes," he add ed quickly. There was a warning cry from Skip ton, further up the road, and a man came running towards them. He hesi tated when he realised that escape was barred towards Rockhurst. But with stone walls on either side of him, and enemies in his rear, he did not hesitate long. There was a flash in the darkness, and Franklin spun round and tell, with a sharp, fiery pain in his shoulder. He was up on his knees in an instant. The stranger, who had accosted, him under the wall, was struggling .with the man who had fired the shot, and the. struggle was a savage one so far as Franklin could see. But something; warm was running down his arm, and bathing his hand. He sickened, and his head swam. He sank back on the dusty road, and Skipton, hi...
Obituary. [?]MR DAVID B. MURDOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 5 January 1917
Obituary. >:MR DAVID B. MURDOCH. ANOTHER pioneer of the Ovens gold field has passed away into the great un known. We refer to the death of Mr David Ballantyne Murdoch, which took place at his residence, Brookside, on Friday, 29th ult, after a long audltrying illness. Mr Murdoch was born in Ayrshire (Scotland) iu 1831, and was therefore 85 years of age. When quite a yonng man he come to Victoria, and later visited New Zealand. twice, .where he followed the mining fields. After a' spell in the dominion, he returned to Victoria, and v'as^mluing matters were lively at the Buckland about that time, he quickly made his way to, that field, arriving there prior to the celebrated j Chinese riot. Asa miner, Mr Murdoch was very successful, for he- unearthed such claims as the Eureka, Perfect Cure, 'aud later the old ^Murdoch mine, which yielded so well. Although he was of a retiring disposition,. Mr Murdoch- qould tel), with graphic force, of the'stirring times experienced on goldfields, pa...
CHAPTER XXVII. A Race for Life. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 5 January 1917
CHAPTER XXVII. A Race for Life. "Hickson," said the detective sol-' emnly, "you may have to face a I charge of attempted murder unless | you can explain matters to me. When i you sent us to those farm buildings to day did you know they had been con demned to serve as a target for shell fire?" j The old man stood with his head bowed, twisting his hands together. It seemed to be with an effort that he threw his mind back to the events of the morning. "I scarcely knew what I did, gentle men," he said. "My only wish was to turn you from coming here." Instinctively, he fell into the quiet, respectful manner of the well-bred ser vant. "I'm sorry, sir," he went' on, "if there was a mistake. But, you see, it was due to Mr. Clintock. He'tl been away in London, and came home by an early train, cycling out here from Salisbury. 'Hickson,' he said, 'they're coming. You must put them off, keep them off, while I persuade the master to leave here till this blows over.' He always called him that 'th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 5 January 1917
MICHAEL P. RYAN, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR. Will visit BRIGHT every fortnight in future. May be seen at Star Hotel. " Date of next Visit-15th JANUARY. DENTSSTRY. G. A. Payne, L.D.S., Dentist C. E. Donnelly Board of Victoria.) of Murphy Street, WANGA'.JATTA, WILL visit Bright and -Myrtleford every second week, and may be consulted at Mrc&lt;. Abraham's Stai Hotel.-DATE OF NEXT VISIT: BRIGHT, MR. 33. TALBOT JONSS, DENTAL SURGEON, 9-1 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE, visits BRIGHT .very two weeks. Gold fillinp, crown work, painless extractions by laughing gas, cooaine, &c. Artificial teeth a speciality. NEXT VISIT-Alpine Hotel. Bright, Tuesday, January 9Lb. from 4.30 p.m.; all day, \Vednet.day, 10th. CREDIT FONCIER In sums from £50 to £2,000. At 6 per cent, uteres I . And from 1» per cent, in reduction of prin cipal-which pays off the loan in 27 j yeiirs. Loans granted on Freeholds or OroA'n L«asebolds, which could bo made freehold at any time on payment of the balance Of Cr...