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AUSTRALIAN SCENES. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
AUSTRALIAN SCENK. There is a weird romance in the great spaces and the unrelieved .monotony of the wide-stretching, back-country plains. You find them in almost limitless vastneftg. - for hundreds of miles to the north and the south, tQ the .east and the west — pine ridge on pine ridge, plain : after plain, an. occasional creek;' and - sometimes . a sluggisl) riyeriT . You 'will .rib 'change for day after : day— perhaps for weeli after week— as you ride across the red clay and the black alluvial soil which, with arid fertility, makes, according to the season, blinding, hungry dust, or luxuriant grasses and herbs in never-ending variety, which will meet over the withers of your horse as you pass. The monotony is not tedious, and the sameness does not pall. Here it is where men have come to con quer Nature.' You are riding on an outpost of the Empire. The coun try is all explored, surveyed, and selected. Even down there in Syd ney or Brisbane, in a dingy brick building, they have maps...
Commercial. STRATFORD STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
Commercial. STRATFORD STOCK MARKET1. Messrs Matheison & Davis held-theiir usual fortnightly stock sale in their local, yards on Monday, when their was x. good yarding forward. Prices were up to market rates.- Quotations On a/c Forsyth, fat lambs 8/4, ewes 8/6; Andrew's fat ewes,' 9/6; Mrs. Brace, ewes 7/5, seconds ' 3s. . Id; Kirkam'ar ewe 6 6s. Id, J. Forsyth, Lincoln runt £2 17s. 6d.; A. Knight, Lincoln ram, £l os. 0. Fat cattle. — Bourke's cows^ £6 12s.; heifers, £6 10s.. H. Baylis-,. £5 2s. Gd. and £4 12s. 6d. Noble, cows, £o. Thompson, heifers, L4 18k. 6d. Store Cattle, — Freeman, springers L4. W, Bartlett, 'springers, L4 osl. Mrs. Bruce cows,. L4. Jenkins, calves, 10s. Pigs. — Barker's weaners, 8s., 7au -9d. On account Mrs. Bruce, aged mace with foal at foot, L26 10s.; yearling filly, Lll 10s. MELBOURNE MARKETS. FAT CATTLE. 2553 forward. Market ruled aboa& 10s. easier. Averages : Moore & Go., 21 bullocks, £9/13/6. Walker, 9 bullocks, £9/6/2. Clyne Bros....
ANGLERS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
. ANGLERS' CLUB. On Monday evening a meeting was held vin the Mechanics' Hall to con sider the advisability of forming am Anglers' Clnb and Fiph Protection Society. There was a fair attendance^ the chair being occupied by Mr. B. A, Wilson. The chairman explained the object of the meeting, and- pointed out th» benefits to be derived from the for mation of such a clnb. He had bee* informed that the npper reaches off the Avon were suitable for Englisht trout, and they could do good work: in stocking that and various other streams in the district. Anotbior matter was the protection of jlUr, It was a well-known fact that netting was carried on in the Avon river, and had been for many years past Anyone taking a trip down to th» mouth of the river could not fail t» notice the many signs of netting, anci' if -this was not put a stop to they could not expect much 6port, Only the small fish were allowed to. com» up the river, and there were not ton many of those, If a Fish Protection® Society...
Stratford and Nuntin Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
Stratford and Nuntin . Race Club!; j The annual meeting of the above club was held on Tuesday evening, when there were 22 members present, the chair being occupied by the Presi dent, Mr. S. Farrell. The secretary presented thebalatice sheet, which showed a credit balance of £121/18/6. CORRESPONDENCE. From R. T. Dnnstan, Sale, forward ing his resignation as a member of the committee, owing to his removal from Stratford. — Received. AUTUMN MEETING. Mr. G. Adams moved that the autumn meeting be held as usual on Easter Monday, 8th of April. ' Se conded by Mr. A. C. Thomson and carried.' Office-bearers. The following office-bearers were appointed : — President. — Mr. S, Farrell (re-, elected). Mr. Farrell returned thanks j for the. honor conferred on him. - Vice-Presidents. — Messrs. . E. J. ; Swan, John King, John Lee, F, L. Gillingham and G. L. Thomas. Patrons. — Messrs G. H. Wise, M.H. R., E. O. Francis and R. Lee. General Committee. — All present, with power to add. Secretary. — Mr. ...
Sporting. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
Sporting. M ? - CRICKET. In connection with Avon competi tion, Stockdale played Munro on the ground of the latter on Saturday last. Tne match was unfinished- Stock dale won the tosB and put- Munro in to bat, the latter playing a good innings for 136 runs. Chief scorers were A. Delaney, 61; S. Brnce, 19 ; F- White, 17: M. ? Brnce, 14; W. Bartlett, 1 1. When the stamps were drawn Siockdale had lost three wic kets for 54 runs, the not -out men being C. Ridley, 39 ; L. Walters, 5. The teams meet again to-morrow at' Stockdale. ^Stratford and Sale tried conclusions yeattrday on' the ground of the latter - team. The visitors put in the after noon leather hunting, the locals stay ing at the wickets till stumps were drawn, and losing eight wickets for' 137 runs.' ' The second local team journeyed tc j Perry Bridge yesterday, j and , were easily defeated by thie home team. Stiatford play Munro oo Saturday, and the local team will be chosen from B&ylis, Lee, Thomson, Allen, Swan, A. St...
American Speaking Picture Company. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
American Speaking Pic ture Company. The above Company will appear at Mechanic's Hall Stratford on Wed,, Feb 7. One of our exchanges' writes as follows After seeing the mar vellous Bio-Megaphone yon will won der where the inventive ingenuity of modern man is going to end, Edison with his wonderful brain and patient gemus has made many improvements in cinematography, but none more astounding cnan in» miracuiuous device known as the Bio-Megaphone. Before your eyes is produced a liv ing picture of the singer, and you hear the musical item he is singing as if he in reality stood there in ' pro pria persona,' the voice and action 6nychronising exactly. The A.S.P. Co, travels a hughe electric generator imported from America expressly for his tour, everything connected with the show is done by electricity. In addition to the Bio-Megaphone there will be displayed over 8000 feet of latest moving pictures varied to suit all tastes, and the powerful dynamo enables them to he produced without an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
SUFFERED INTENSE PAIN. 'For many months I have suffered with my back,' writes Mrs, Cathrine Leunon, 6 Garden Avenue, Glebe, N.S, W. 'I tried all sorts of pills- for my back, but could not get any relief. It was a torture to do my household duties, and I got no better till I usad Dr. Sheldon's Qin JPilla. They gave me relief at once and I had not been taking them long before my back was much better, and I am now entirely free from pain.'- Price, Is. -id. and2e 6d. Can be obtained from M. Mcllroy Stratford and Briagolong,
No title [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
The usual monthly meeting of the Avon Shire Council will xbe -held on Monday next. That accounts await payment at the Roceipt and Pay Office for J. Mil denhall and T. H. Hopkins. 'We have received from Miss E. Scott, of Briagolong, 5s. towards the Slade Relief Fund, Next 'mail for .Great Britain and Foreign countries per R.M.S. Omrah, wm ciose at roe zocai post; omce on Wed, Februaiy 7, at 3.15. p.m. Due in London on March 10. The secretary of the Stratford Bush Fire Brigade acknowledges with thanks the following donations to the Brigade funds : — Messrs H. Lyons, ' Quarry' Park,'£l ; Hamlyn, 10s,; Silas Clarke, 2s. 6d. E. Davis, 2s 6d, ; J. T. Mitchell, 2s. 6d. Messrs T. B. Little & Co- invite tenders for the leass for three years of Mr. W. Aird's property (sheep proof) on the Lakes Road, six miles from' Stratford.. Tenders close at 4 p.m. on Monday next. . Mr. T. H. Hopkins was yesterday elected as- a member of the State school cemmittee in place of Mr. S. Farrell who rece...
A Nautical Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
A Nautical Marriage. Sapson: I hear Jones the sea-cap-. tain is in luck. ' Tapson: How's that? Sapson: He married a girl, and she ran away from him. / - Tapson: Oh, I see; he took her for j a mate, but she turned out to be a skipper. Schoolmistress: Charlie, why don't . - you comb your hair? Charlie: ''Cause I ain't got no comb. , 'Well, why don't you1' tell- your - mamma to buy one?' - ' ' 'Cause then I'd have to comb my 'air.'
WHERE YOU CAN'T CATCH COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
WHERE YOU CAN'T CATCH COLD. Colds are more prevalent in the British Isles than in any country in the world. At least the average flnar lishman will tell you so. Moreover, he will look incredulous if you tell him that there are places where colds are almost unknown. In Florida, for example, colds are quite rare things. To 'speak through der node' is a joke that Floridans only appreciate at long intervals. Bronchitis is ab solutely unknown in that peninsula nP ntii9 niTia tmao i/i oauu auu piuo uvoo- Curiously enough, if you want to make quite certain of not catching a cold in the head your best plan is to become an Arctic explorer. Colds and influenza are absolutely unknown in the regions of perpetual ice. When Nansen and his men spent three years in the frozen North, not one of them ever caught a cold!' This is curious when one considers how exposed to cold, fatigue, and wet Polar explorers are. Every night -when they tucked themselves_in bed, the first hour or so was spent in thawi...
Concentrates. DO YOU KNOW [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
Concentrates. DO YOU KNOW That the thermometer registered' 104 in the shade on Wednesday. That eveybody and everything was dry, even including the shire tanks, and many people were without water for domestic purposes. That the individnal responsible for the condition of the tanks should ' toe the carpet.' That if the blessings showered on him by disgusted water joeys took effect he would leave this world in a desperate hurry That we have the tanks, windmill, a paid official, plenty of water in tne liver, and dry tanks. Why ? Where is our local resident coun cillor- That- there has been qnite an exodus of people from Stratford lately That it iB with regret we chroni cle the projected departure of two more of our residents. That this time we are losingr two of the fair sex ; Miss Gertie M'Kinna and Miss L. Buckley having decided to seek fresh field and pasture new. That the public are warned against fastening their teeth in rabbits taken from the ' Knob.' That poison is about to be la...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 2 February 1912
IN MEMORIAM. NEWTON. — In loving memory of our dear little boy, Frederick Alan, who died at Stratford on 3rd February, 1911, aged 10 months. Precious darling, he has left us, Left us, ves, for evermore ; . But we hope to meet our loved one On that bright and happy shore.' He passed away so quietly, With such a peaceful brow ; ? — That no one knew what pain he had, But those who know it now. ' —Inserted by his loving parents, William and Christina Newton. THE , Published Weekly. ' For the-cause that lacbB assistance, For the wrong that needs resistance, For the future in the distance, ' And the good that we can do.' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1912.
Amusing Yet. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 9 February 1912
Amusing Yet. What is said to be the most ancient joke is related in one of the Berlin papyri of the sixth Egyptian dynasty — about 3200 years anterior to the Christian era — and is to this effect: — According to the papyrus, a certain scribe who worked in th© Temple of Thoth occupied apartments where his neighbors on either side were a cop persmith and a carpenter. rnese honest artisans were industrious workmen, and made such a noise all day and most of the night that the poor scribe was almost driven mad. At length by a stroke of craftiness he buttonholed each neighbor separ ately and bribed him to change his ! lodgings, which they did — with each - other. This tale has kept the world amus ed for 5000 years. No one can inherit experience and good judgment. We must all gain these for ourselves — by our very blun ders, falls, and bruises. When is an umbrella like a person convalescent? — When it is recovered. Each ray of light from a distant star has been travelling on through the et...
SIGNS OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 9 February 1912
SIGNS OF THE TIMES. One reason young people think they have so many friends is that they never need them. A woman who cries a great deal is usually a great kisser. When you get through with your work, for Heaven's sake go off and rest don't bother the man who is still Dusy. A man or woman who reads poetry will finally attempt to write it. After a man gets along in years the pockets in which he formerly car ried love-letters are filled with spec- - tacle cases. ? ? ?
THE YANKEE KID. Jimmy Goes Out to Astonish the World. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 9 February 1912
THE YANKEE KID. * Jimmy Goes Out to Astonish the World. It was 10 o'clock on Saturday morn ing. Nothing disturbed the stillness of the office except the click of the typewriter. . . ? Suddenly the door was cautiously opened and an anxious face inserted itself in the aperture. Satisfied that IU ~ « Ancf Tifnd fVlQf h O WHS tilt? tuao l naa vicui, uuu vuwj, »»?- unobserved, the body of the office boy swiftly followed. But the steno grapher's ears were keen, and without turning her head, she sang out sweet ly: 'Good afternoon, Jimmy. I thought you had gone on a vacation.' 'Aw, bunk!' was the ungracious re. joinder as Jimmy hung up his hat and smoothed his pompadour in front of the office glass. 'Is the big boy in?' nodding his head toward the inner office. 'Not yet; which is a mighty good thing for you. Better get busy and i distribute that mail. It has been ly ing there since the second delivery, i You deserve to lose your job, being late so often. I'm going to call up your house and ...
Discouraging. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 9 February 1912
Discouraging. 'What is the matter?' asked the' aviator's friend. 'Did your aeroplane ' break down?' I 'Oh, no; it bore the strain all right. I Gee! but I'm discouraged.' I 'I don't see why you should be. . You've got hack to earth without J breaking any bones, which it seems j to me is a good deal or a triumpn. Wouldn't the thing buck against the wind?' 'It proved to be a very good wind jammer. I made twenty-seven miles in an hour against a stiff head wind.' I 'Perhaps some of the machinery! didn't work just to suit you. Never I mind, old man. . You'll get that straightened out in time— if you live. You can't expect things to be perfect at the start.' 'There isn't a thing the matter with the machinery. It worked per fectly in every way. But what's the use? Darn it, I never felt so discour aged in my life.' 'It seems to me you ought to be jubilant.' 'Jubilant? There wasn't a single record of any kind that I broke.' I A woman can always forget her 1 age, provided she doesn't look it. ...
NECK EXERCISES. [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 9 February 1912
NECK EXERCISES. Most people who have passed the j age of energetic sport stand in need of some sort of definite exercise in or- . der to keep their muscles from settling down into sluggish inactivity, which j brings so many physical drawbacks in its train. Children exercise without being told to do so, because it is their nature to play, and play is the very best rornr of exercise, especially if it takes place out-doors. But most of those who have passed from child hood or youth do not keep supple with play, and in their case certain special exercises are not attended to nearly enough. They are the movements of the neck and throat which control the head movements. Anyone can test * this for himself by slowly turning the chin from shoulder to shoulder and back, performing what is called the re sistant exercise — that is to say, for cing the head slowly round and at the same time making opposing muscles resist the impulse. The immediate result will in most cases be an aston ishing . s...
BOYS WISER THAN PARENTS [Newspaper Article] — Stratford Sentinel and Briagolong Express — 9 February 1912
BOYS WISER THAN PARENTS I ' My dear boy,' said a father to hi? only son, 11 you are in bad company. The lads with whom you associate indulge in bad habits. They drink, smoke, swear, play cards, aud visit theatres. They are not safe company for you. I bog you to quit their society.' ' You needn't be afraid of sue, iVihar,' . j rerilied the Lot. .Lauirhi-'uilT. ? ,? '. I - ci&s-i know a thing or two. I know how far to go and when to stop.' Tlie lad left his father's house twirling his cane iv, his fingers and laughing at ' the old man's notions.' A fe^v years later and that lad, grown to manhood, stood at the bar of a Cour« before a jury which had just brought- in a verdict of guilty against him for soma crime in which he had been concerned. Before he was sentenced he addressed the Court, and said, among other things — ' My downward course began in dis obedience to ,my parents. I thought I kiievr as much as my father did, and I turned my back upon my home. Temp tations came up...