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CLEARING SALE AT DOOKIE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
CLEARING SALK AT DOOKIK Ijrrun, Manning r.ml Co. report, linviu^ iic'.ii ;i ulc.ariny s-tlu ili" coiijunutiou ' with Mufisra .J. M'rl.miara mirt Cu. af. "iMiron^.ila." Ucol;ii'. on WciluusiUy I,lie 1th inst., :ic comil Mr J. (J. Hamilton, wlio recently sold l-.ia pii>pe;ly. Xhurc wuu u youd altcmJuncu fruii! St Jamas, 'i'unjjarnali, Duveniiili, L'tltu Kjwati, Dool;iu mid liiunumdin!; ilidtriotu, an J coni[icliti(iu buiu^c Icuuu, late ruliu;.; rati::; v.'cio well sustained, tiiu wliolu of.Ul'c liors'.'i, machinery urnl plant being disposed of iit Liitiufavtory prices to the vumloK.
YARRAWONGA STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
YAURAWONUA STOCK SALK. (.ruci), Miinnin;; ami (>. report liiivin;.; licld their usual fortnightly i;toek Kiilu at tlit: Vari'ii\vonj.'a Corporation yiirriu on Tliiirii ilay, jlh irsi. Only a fair yarding of uln'cp ;-.nil uuttlo forward to a attendant:*:. 'Quotations:-K.ut sheep- \bred owes to lis .'ill: lambs to Kta Id. Cattle-l'Vl ui«"i ili :CG IUJ, ili Ms, to .Ci Is; lighter conditioned to £,1 11 ; inilUera to £ri; heilurs £.'! !li; c:&lt;Ives I2s. On account Mr John Drysd.Uu Wo .'.old (1 horses at satisfactory price", si draught lilly iimlcinx JJ-S, mare £'Si H's, lillv "J years £15 IUj; li;:!it horses to illj. .Sin^'lu seated buyyy JJ'-JJ. H*rucu7b (id.
CLEARING SALE AT BUNDALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
CLEARING SALE AX BUJS'DALONG'. Green, Manning and Co r.-porL havini; conducted a auuuussful clearing eu.lv at Bundalon^; on the 'ilith ult., on account Mr John M. Lee, who liut> retired from active farming pursuits, when the whole of his horses, farming plant, etc., were submitted to auction. A good crowd of local and district residents, supplemented by buyers from lluthnrglsii, Xungainah, Boorahman, Wilby and Burr.uninc districts mado up a large iittendtuiee, and in consequence of fair competition throughout prieos on tlm whole were very satisfactory. Horses sold equal to late rates, the. following being some of the pricesDraught mares, aged, with foals at foat, Lol to f/Jti; aged medium draught mares, LI." and LI I 10s ; '2yr old colts and lillies, L14 IU3 to LIU 5s; year lines, 1.7 15s> lo LI I lUs : cow and calf, L I ; heifers, L!) !h; turkeys, to 9s pair; gig, L10 iis. Tile implements had done a :;ood deal of work, and sold ti3 follows:-Wag gon, LIT ; harvester, LI!): rea...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
hi ? COLMSOX.- Xn loving memory of our undo, George Coliison, who departed this life on i>ud March. JOlo. -Inserted by liin uieces mid nephews. WEDDINGS. M' L'AKlTjiND-I' P.KNDEKGAST. The wedding took place at the latiter end o£ last; month of Miss Anastasia Prondfirjijat (fourth duurjbter of Mr John iVendargaso, of "GrKenvale," Haiisouville) aad Mr Andrew M'Part knd (eldest son o£ Jic John M Partland, of Boxwood). Tko Very Kev Father liyrua, P.P., of Wangaracia was celebr,\nt.
CLEARING SALE AT OAKLANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
CLEARING SALli AT OAK LANDS. Green, Muuning and Co. report having lipid a clearing sale aL Oaklands on Friday, 27th ult., account Mr M. T. ITahey, who iy leaving the district, when they submitted to auctiou hiu horsey, implements, ahecp, etc , the whole of them meeting with keen competition from a fairly large attendance of buyer:* from Oakhiudu and surrounding dtatric&s. The following arc Home of the principal pricuM -10i» xbred owes 1-tooth, rather small, i(js 7d; Merino wethers i Ib.Sd; xbrcd laniba lis 2d; aged ewes at 7s Od. Implements worn all in good order and realised uatiafactory figure**, the harvester making £2$ 10a; drill £.*>1 10s; fur. Mit chell plow £1G ISs; I) horse yoke '£*5 10s. Horses rather on the light aide, but good serviceable sorts, sold well, young inures making £22 10s Lo £2.*J lOd others £17 10-j; aged marcs £1S: geldings 2 years oU, £U to £10l0a; yearlings £11;' light horses £1(J to£lU 10s. Seed wheat at 10/3 per bag. For harness, chains, etc.,...
The Express. THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914. Weighbridges for the Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
THURSDAY, MARCH 12, I'JU; Weighbridges for the Shire. I The uxpreesed intention of Councillor I ^I'ord to move ot oext uieefcin;; of the Tungamah Shiro Council that the c\uestiou of borrowing inouey for the p urposa of providing wuighbridgtfH for thva convenience of ratepayer? in tlia various grain centres of the shire is worthy of thoughtful consideration. The1 matter wijs brought tinder notice by ft ratepayur at the first mooting of | the council in 11H:!, and information I was al'iuintd from the Rp.ilway De " parttaerrJ; which furnished conclusive proof thifct the introduction of weigh bridges would provo a most profitable concern if fcue means for their intro duction were forthcoming, in the month of May, J!) 13, nuoieransly signed petitions in favor of the instal lation of weighbridges were received by tho Off-mcil from ratepayers in the Ceutraf and South-West riding?, and a sub-cotuuiietei! subsequently recommended thai weighbridges be erected at various stations. This recomme...
Auctioneer's Reports. CLEARING SALE AT YARRAWONGA [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
Auctioneer's Reports. CLEARING SALE AX YARUAWOKG A I 'Jrcen, Manning and Co. report having hold a clearing :;:ile account Mr Charles Wales at hiu residence Xciford-strcct Yarra wuuga 011 Saturday the 123th 'ult. An Mr Wales bus roltiu|uiued uharc farming pur suits the whole oi' his fanning plaut, horsus, etc., were .submitted to uuction to a fair atttcudauce of local and district resident*, but competition waa not as keen au oxpecleiV especially as regards hordes, which were exceedingly dull o!^ Hale, though th»: harness, chains and sundries all broughu .satisfactory pricey. bVjr a Mitchell '3 furrov.* plow £15 os was realised, whilst £,~ 7tf (id way the prieo for an older o fur. plow iu good order. The One Way Disc made. £15 15s and a set oi Imrrowt*, 5 leaf, JLli 7 a lid.
LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL Ac! K1CU Li UKAL SoClETV.-All im portant) meeting of tho Ti'naimah Agricultural Society will t i. ,j» in tfro Shire Hill on Saturday uUernonn net-tc,h insO, 'it. 3 o'clock. \Ve understand that Mr T. J. O'Daa has decid'.cl lo accept the presidentship, and ifi w hoped tint all those ivho have tho wolfiro of tho- society at heart will raakfi a spcciil effort to attend fclie meeting. aud thin assist in linking tho preliminary arrangements for the 191-1- shov;. Tu.wvmaij Picnic RACKS.-The full programme '?:> connection with the picnic rauo meoliug to bo held »t Tungamah on Wednesday, 1st April, in advertised in this ueue. Loss or a Uoitsi:. - Whilst r.'tiuniuj iroui bread delivery one evening tasi. \Yi;.c,k, i- horse owned by Mr J;'. C. P'billip'', .and driven by a lad, tumbled uu.'i foil, L'iiusiuj; the breakage of a leg in J'.v?r> p?a.f:f:s. The jininj il, ivbicli WHS ;». v.iluiioic one, h id to be de stroyed. Autumn" A::ii Wi.vmt. - Mr T. AUatt. is no'-r zoning...
OUR LIGHT HORSEMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
LIGHT HORSEMEN. Tiirf trie1; members of thn *' li :' eijiritlron of thn lG-li Light Horse (Indi) i (.'turned t it Tungam-ih oil Thtir.-d-.v night list, in the liesS of health Mil spirits, df-spito tin- arduous training tliey had undergone. Tho squadron, under their troop lenders die! good work, and gained a keen in sight isj;o the aetu il business of I invasion of tiu'ir unlive territory. j Eicli member of tho troop (..pe.'.liH in high terms of iitfi courso of training lie underwent, unr! Ilia course of discipline nud vigorous treatment should go fur j toward!) impressing upon our ("rowing youths the earnestness of their respon sibilities. Troooura Walter urul J. A. Wright were respectively appointed sergeant and corporal, temporary ] appoint inputs which will, it is hoped, he eventually continued. The district men of the lGlh conducted themselves well, itr,d f.'uvo proof that they have every qualification-grit, stamina, arid hoi'si'urinnhip-for the foundation of u rigid hut necessa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES f REM N ANTS "t R ~ " Remnants! Remnants! WHILE THEY LAST. Keumants and Oddments *»l" .Dross Materials. Manchester Goods, &u" MARKED REGARDLESS OF COST. GENUINE BARGAINS. The above will be displayed un Centre Tables, and 'MUST BE CLEARED to make room for incoming Shipments uf Autumn and Winter Goods. . . ... A SPLENDID ASSO RTM OF CROCKERY A IS D gLaSSWARE'.NOW. SHOWING BOOTS AND SHOES A lull assortment of Hugh "Thomson and Sons' and other reliable manufacturers. 9&SSSMASXNG; DEPARTMENT.-As Miss Edsall will be away OH holidays shortly, the Dressmaking Department will bo OLOSJED for about a fortnight, re-opening about the middle oE March. All j Orders received up to February 10th will be executed at ouce. GROCERY DEPARTMENT Following' are a few of the quotations in this Department, and can be taken as a gauge of of the prices obtaining right through. Oidy the Best Brands in evey line stocked : Bast 1A Sugar, *2s Cd dozen, G lbs for Is -l-id While lloe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES INSURE WITH A TOTALLY AUSTRALIAN ' COMPANY Fire, Live Stock, Crops, Stacks, Personal Accident, Employers' Liability, Etc., -EtCv . ' All Information will be Supplied y ^ sj « w w by the Local Agent- JriIJ_i1Lj New ©earless Windmills ALSTON'S !9!2 PATENT The Mi cliaiiiani is of (ho simplest, form. uonsiBiiiig of utily Three M living Parts, which are enliiely uncloscd in u duet-prniif cam and run in an oil batli. I'ittud liiron^iuut with Steel Ball Bearings, which malic it Kriu tioiiless, Kmsc'icta aiid Uir.vearable. The Simplest , Mi impost awl Lightesl Kunuing Mill ever Manufactured. '.VRIl'li FOR CATALOG. Over 30,000 "AIbIoii" Mills in use throughout Australia. 111 1M0VED PHTEIT PORTABLE STEEL as VJMH sZED SIoOK The BEST TROUGH Ever Invented WILL NOT CRACK, LEAK, «%"- "RUST, or ROT. ? Packs in Srrzali ./ ? ' Supplied In All Lengths, t* THE CHEAPEST & PJ20ST DUKASLE TROUGH EVER ISYESTED. Send for Pricc Lifl. JAMES ALSTON PATENTEE & MANUFACTURER. Whit...
METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
M KTUODltiT. lUN'jAVAiL CIRCUIT - I'uiigauiiil) 7.30. Rev .10. C. l'urfcins; Wnggaramlall '?>, Rev. E. 0. Psckius; Doveuish 11, i>l V 15. O. JPerkins; Stuwurtou 2.80, Mr Kcrville.. Katamatitk Gikuuit-lvatiimutile o, Mr Delurue, 7,'iO, Rev 'j.\ Roberta; ,i)un bulbi.Iaiio 11 (S), Rev 1". Roberts, 7.!!0 llr Delurm:; Xouariuu: 11, Mr Sicltj bottom: Youuumite (Sj, Kev T. Roberts.
UPLIFTING OF TUNGAMAH. PARABLES FROM THE WAYSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
UPLIFTING OF TUNGAMAH. i . PAKABLES FROM THE WAYSIDE. [BY A NOMAD ] How fleet is a glance of lliu mind, Compared with the speed of its flight; The yeoman himself lags behind The pinions of loaniiug and light! Now it came to pass that cartain wise men and rulers of the ppople dwelling in the fertiiu plains of Tun gatnah assembled in the tabernaclo of the councillors. Many -were invited to the feast of reason and the flow of soul. But few accepted the tribal invitation, for the camp v/au a divided house. Yet thero were gathered together Gentile aud Jew, men of various creeda and nations. In tbo hallowed hallo of Trixius safe aids by side the Pharisee and the Sadducee ; the publican and tbo sinner; they who till the land ; he of tbo weights and measures, who aleo Bnnroe unclean animals; the brawny welder of iron who castB the famous plough ; tho killer of kine ; the builder of houses ; the baker of unleavened bread; an ad judicator of tho law ; recording ecribes, aod many others. Aud t...
EDWIN DROOD MYSTERY A DICKENS TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
EDWIN DROOD MYSTERY A DICKENS TRIAL. Was Edwin Drood murdered? That problem of the story which Dickens left half told lias for forty years engaged the ingenuity d' all sorts and conditions of men (says ' The Daily Telegraph" of January 8.) Scholars and men of sci ence have tried their hands at solving it to-produce all sorts of wonderful theories as to what happened and how it happened. We all love a murder mystery. Whatever else you may think of the book, there is no lack of the mys terious in the tale of Edwin Drood. To publish all the secrets, there was a wonderful attempt last night. The Dickens Fellowship put John Jasper upon his trial fur the murder. The judge was .Mr G. K. i.'hesterton and the fore man of the jury Mr Bernard Shaw. King's Hall was the court of assize. Witnesses and oflicers of the court put themselves into the picturesque habil ments o£ the .'sixties." Side whiskers iintl long hair, chignons and poke bon nets adorned the scene. The gentleman of the jury, howev...
DEVENISH RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
DEVENISH RAGES Fine weather attracted »iarga atten dance to the Devonish Kucos on Thurs day bat. Tbera were i;ood fields and souie close (iniehes. Sir Mirven (» locally-trainad horse) w»3 successful in winning tlia District Hack lvnce, and ran second in the Bracelet. Results: Brush Hurdle-U. Jackson's The Result, I ; J. Mahonoy's Amy Kock, '2 ; K. Biggar's Tragedy Queen, liettiug-Evens Tno Result and Tragedy (juuen, '.> to I Amy Hook. Won comfortably. There were two protests. The ovvuer of the third Uortio entered a protest ugainst tho winner tor running at unregistered meetings, anil against Amy Boek for ruuniug inside a post. Both were dismissed. Diutriet Hack l\aee-M. Hoekin^'a Sir Mirveu, I; K. John's lnmu.u, *2; CUileott'a Hum&nitouo, o. Betting-i to I tho field. Won by a length. _ Novelty Pony Race-Anderson's Glen Vale, I; Chilcott'a Lady Anist; 2; A. Sprigg'o Sunlight, 3, A good race ; won comfort ably. Handicap-Ji'.eksnu's Tho Result, 1 : Christy's Blank Cartridge...
FORTY AND ON PROBLEM OF MIDDLE-AGED MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
FORTY m ON PROBLEM OF MIDDLE-AGED MAN. (By 15. Clepiian Palmer, in "The Daily Xows and Leader.") The other day I tried to cheer up an unhappy liinn. :i man of forty. I no ticed when he sal down tluit he seemed to be in pain, and I asked liini what was wrong. ".Stiff," he said, "so scut that r can't move," and he groaned as he carefully lilted one leg over the other. Then he looked up and said sadly: "l was forty yesterday, and I tried to have my revenge by playing a game of hockey. I could feel golf creeping over me, and I thought I'd try to stave it off. So I played centre forward. and played hard, though t fell like dropping. The result is that to-day I'm sixty and doomed-doomed to play golf." "But is golf so bad?" "Bad! Of course it is. 1 feel it gaining on me like a disease. I tell you I don't want to play golf. I don't want to become a mere stiek-s>vinger, a grnblier in blinkers, a haunter of club-house arm-chairs. For all these years I've kept clear of it. And now I'm done....
TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY STANDARD RISING [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 12 March 1914
TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY STANDARD RISING Dr J. Scott Keltie. secretary of tliu Royal Geographical Society, spoke on "Thirty Years' Progress in Geograp hical Education" in his presidential address to the Geographical Associa tion, on Saturday (says "The Daily Telegraph" on January 5). The asso ciation met in the Jehangier Hall at the University of London. It was, Dr Keltie pointed out, just thirty years since the Royal Geographical Society began that crusade on behalf of the improvement and elevation of geo graphy and a better recognition of the subject in education of all grades which" luid had some noteworthy results, in cluding the foundation of the Geo graphical Association, which he con gratulated on the prosperous and flour ishing stage it had reached and the general utility of the work it was ac complishing. Thirty years ago text books were little more than dreary lists of names, and it was no wonder that geography was rejected and de spised by the universities. Though much remai...