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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

A NEW REMEDY, Dr Sheldon's Gin Pills for Baokaohe and Kidney Troubles are an excellent Remedy which has only to be tried to be appreciated. Price, Is 6d and 2s 6d. Obtainable every where,

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

SOROSES LIQUID FACE POWDER. In these days of out-door life—motoring, golfing, boating, &c.,—a reliable and harm less liquid powder is one of the necessities of life.' SOROSES LIQUID FACE POW DER is found by experts to be a perfectly invaluable preparation and a decided im provement on the old fashioned dry powder. Besides improving the appearance it acts as a shield to the .delicate skin. Price 2s 6d, obtainable at E, 0, Riaatrom's, Rushworth,

GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

GOLF. The annual meeting of the Rushworth golf club was held in the Masonic Hall on Thursday evening, 26th March. The balance sheet showed the club to have a credit bank balance of £1 Os 8d In hand. The following were elected office-bearers for the ensuing season -President, Dr Christie; vice-president, Mr E. P. S. England ; secretary and treasurer, Mr H. V. Lucap, It was decided, on the motion of Mr England, seconded by Mr Weir, that the annual subscription be 10s for gentlemen and 5s for ladies and youths under 18 years of age. The club is having the putting green pub in order, and are looking forward to a successful season. Members subscrip tions are now due.

Bailieston South. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

Bailieston South. (from an occasional correspondent). Our unusually long spell of dry weather was broken by a severe storm on Friday afternoon last. In a few hours one and a half inches of rain fell, accompanied by extra large hailstones, in some instances measuring over four Inches in circum ference. Orchards and ^vineyards would suffer greatly. At Chateau Tabiik vineyard grapes are about half picked. Recently a labor agitator sought to address the men, but the manager said it could not be per mitted on the property. A lot of the men then adjourned to the. road and some demanded higher wages, but the manager decided to continue work with about thirty contented pickers. There has been a camp of discontents on the road since trying to induce passers to join their union.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

A DYSPEPTIC'S LIFE SAVED. Severe Pain and Sioknees for many years Cured by a Simple Antacid. Neighbors said He was a Dying Man. Chronic indigestion and sickness after food and severe pains were all quickly cured by a very simple remedy in the case of Mr R. Savigan, 11 Gloucester Street Barnard town, Newport, Mon. In a letter referring to her husband's illness, Mrs Savignan writes:—"He did not know what it was to eat a meal without it coming back," which appears to have been his condition for a considerable time, until his wife, while reading a ladies' paper, saw ordinary bisurated magnesia recommended for indigestion, and ob tained a small quantity so that her hus band might try it. A few doses gave Mr Savignan great relief, and before he had finished the first supply the trouble was practically cured, to use Mrs Savignan's own words : " He can eat his food and is looking splendid, and can do his work ; in fact, all the people about here look at him, for they all said he was a dyiDg...

CRICKET. MURCHISON V. TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

CRICKET. MURCHISON V. TATURA. Murchison cricketers visited Tatura on Wednesday afternoon last and played a very pleasant game with the local team. Both teams were rather poorly repre sented, notable absentees from the Mnrchison ranks being Tom. Dwyer, Jack OIoDey and the three Days. Pigdon (the Tatura skipper) won the toss from Shewan, and sent the Mnrchison team to tha wickets. Kearney and Heazlewood opened the Murchison innings to the bowling of Kroon and Hogan. Heazle wood mis-hit Kroon'e first ball and was caught; Shewan partnered Kearney and compiled 9 before he was" bowled by. Kroon. Kearney scored 13 (including one beautiful hit for 6) before he was disposed of. Tbe feature of the innings was the last wicket partnership of F. Cadan and Soden. For quite a time they defied the bowling (although several changes were made) and put on over 20 for the last wicket. Cadan scored 11 and Soden 8 (not out). The innings closed for 68. Hogan obtained 5 wickets (in cluding the hat trick) f...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

SOROSES SKIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to appear beautiful should use " SOROSES " for the skin, it being unsurpassed in preserving the complexion. "Soroses Skin Food is freshens ing, softening, cleansing and beautifying, makes all blemishes such as Pimples, Freckles, Wrinkles, Sunburn and Sallownes disappear like magic. Price, 2s 6d per jar Obtainable at E, 0, Bisstrom'i, RuBhwortb, t

BOHEMIANS AT MURCHISON. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

BOHEMIANS AT MURCJHISON. The following team has been selected to play -against the Filzroy Bohemian cricketers at Murchison on Easter Mon day :— G. F. Heazlewooa (Murchison) H. Day „ D. J. Shewan ,, T. Dwyer ^ ,, G. Cbarlton ,, R. Goodsir (RushwortH) S. Peel „ J. M'Leod ,, J. C. Johnson ,, Geo. Locke . H. J. Oheong (Moora) Players are requested to be in readi ness to start play at 11.30 a.m.

THE BOHEMIAN'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

THE BOHEMIAN'S VISIT. The following communication has been received from Mr D. Reddan, manager of theFilzroy Bohemian Cricket Club, which is to tour the Groulbum Valley during Easter :— Received yours, and in reply must say that I am sorry we cannot give a con cert at the Weir, as we must be back in Melbourne on Thursday night, but on some future occasion we will try and arrange a co:acert fo'r them. Now, in regard to the number of Bohemians coming, I think there will he 26, which are to be allotted to the different hotels as follows :—Macdonald's 8, Lever's 6 and Oohen's 12. In regard to the reception dinners, I think they are much better in the after noon, for if wo have them in the evening it makes us late in commencing the con cert. As Avenel folk have fixed their dinner for the evening we do not wish to~ break through any arrangements .which j have been made, but would ask them to have it ready at 5 45 p.m. so as to be ready to start concert at 8 p.m. Re general arrangements, o...

A Foregone Decision. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

A Foregone Decision. "What! You refuse me?" His face betraying his intense as tonishment and chagrin, the young man gazed at the beautiful girl -who had just declined to share his life. Then he drew himself up haughtily. "It is, of course, your privilege," he said; "but do you realise what I have done for you? Six months ago, when we first knew each other, I began to spend my money. Look at the car riages we have had, the flowers and sweets, and the elaborate presents I have given you! Perhaps it is wrong to speak of these things, but why did you permit me to do all this? In deed, did you not encourage me in my lavishness? And now, in spite of all, you reject me. Had I not every rea son for thinking otherwise?" She shook her head. "Certainly not," she replied. "I did the right thing. Why, if I had had the slightest idea of marrying you, do you suppose I should have permitted you to waste all that money?"

"KNOW YOUR COW." [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

"KNOW YOUR COW." The more we know ahout the cow, the more likely we are to have success in handling her. She should be studied even to minute particulars, just as a machine should be if we expected to use it continually. A machine that gives out is more easily repaired if the exact nature of the trouble is known, but if the real trouble is not appar ent, a great deal of experimenting is .required before matters are brought around satisfactorily. So it is with the cow. If we have to stop to experi ment, the disorder becomes worse.

Physiology Up to Date. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

Physiology Uo to Date. A class of boys in a country school have been studying physiology with remarkable results. They -were or dered to write a composition on the "spine." Many interesting papers were hand ed in on the subject, but there was one that was a gem. The boy wrote:— "The spine is a bunch of bones that runs up and down the back and holds the ribs; the skull sits on one end and I sit on the other." BEST FOR ALL THE FAMILY. Or Sheldon's New Discovery is the mother's helper and the children's friend through all the winter months. It can be given to the youngest child and to the sturdy school children, to the college student or to the father of a family. Wherever there is a cold Dr Sheldon's New Discovery is the shortest pathway to good health. Price, Is 6d and 3s. Obtain able everywhere.

He Had a Reason. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

He Had a Reason. A young man was sitting in a bar ber's shop looking at a magazine when an old man, with little knowledge or appreciation of literary people, looked over his shoulder. "Who's them?" he inquired, pointing to a group of portraits. "Well-known authors and play wrights," was the reply. "Humph!" ejaculated the farmer, contemptuously. "Just writin' fellers, eh?" Then he caught sight of the very solemn visage of a well-known humor ist and his eyes lighted up. "That's the one I like," he said, with decision, putting his finger on Mr. M.'s mournful countenance. "Oh, yes; nearly every one likes him," agreed the young man. "His humorous writings are " "Don't know nothin* 'bout his writin1, but I like his face." 'Why so?" asked the young man curiously. "'Cause he's the only fellow that lookB as if he was sorry for what he'd done."

Rushworth Court of Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, 20TH MARCH, 1914. (Before Dr Heily and Mr C. W. Taylor, J.Ps.) [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

Rushworth Court of Petty Sessions. Fribay, 20th March, 1914. (Before Dr Heily and Mr C. W. Tay lor, J.Ps.) Mr Stewart offered his congratu lations to Mr Taylor on his accession,to the Rushworth bench. He understood that Mr Taylor had filled the position with credit in other bailiwicks, and he i was sure he would do so here. Mr England said he was also pleased to welcome Mr Taylor, who he felt sure would carry out the duties appertaining to-the position with credit. Mr Taylor's appointment would prove a great con venience to many people. Senior-Constable Woodyatt and Mr M'Lean (clerk of courts) also added their congratulations. Dr Heily said that as chairman of the bench he was very pleased to welcome Mr Taylor. He had hoped that the whole of the magistrates would have been present on- such an occasion, and the fact that they were not showed the apathetic and slip-shod manner in which business was attended to. Many years ago they had had a banker justice (a Mr Benbow) who had proved ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 3 April 1914

MOTHER'S FRIEND Pedic Pomade For the Head strikes infesting Vermin dead. One application destroys vermin, kills nits, heals sores, cures ringworm, makes the hair grow thick and strong. Price Is, posted Is 2d. Packed with Nit Combs, Is 6d. A, C. PARROTT, bookseller, Rush worth, sells Pedic Pomade Is, and with Nit Comb Is 6d

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 10 April 1914

National Trustees Co. 113 Queen Street, Melbourne (corner Little Collins Street), has MONEY TO LEND LOWEST BiTEL NO COMMISSION. HON. WALTER MADDEN, Managing Director,

Done it at Last. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 10 April 1914

Done it at Last. The "waits" had been making night hideous, and blowing themselves black in the face, when a door opened, and a small boy appeared. "Here's sixpence," he said, handing a coin to the leader; "and, please, will the man with the cornet play alone?" The cornet artist stepped into the front garden, and for five minutes did his level worst with a melancholy mel ody, which bore some semblance to the "Mistletoe Bough." Then the boy reappeared, with a three-inch thick smile of satisfaction on his face. " "You may stop now, and here's an other^slxpence," he remarked to the gratified soloist. "Father promised me a new bicycle at New Year if I could set his teeth on edge," he added, "in explanation. "He's got a false set, you know, and he thought he was safe, *»«t you've done it. I've won the bike " The Princes' Trust, a financial enter prise in Germany, has been completely broken up. The capital of the company was £120,000,000, and there has been some heavy losses.

No Excuses Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 10 April 1914

No Excuses Accepted. French officials are said to be par ticularly strict in their discipline of tourists. A lately-returned traveller tells several more or less apocryphal stories to illustrate the state of affairs. An American lost his footing, slip ped down an embankment, and fell in to a small, shallow pond. As he scram bled, dripping, up the embankment to, the footpath, he was confronted by an wm of the law. "Your name? Your address?" de manded this uncompromising person, notebook in hand. "But I fell," began the astonished American. "I only " The man waved his arm. "It is forbidden to bathe in this lake," he said firmly. "I am not here to listen to extenuating circumstan ces."

A Spelling Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 10 April 1914

A Spelling Reform. A rather amusing story is told of a judge who recently made an attempt at spelling reform. One of the witnesses in a lawsuit, who had just been sworn, was asked to give his name. He replied that it was Hinckley. Then the counsel for the prosecution requested him to give his name in full. "Jeffrey Alias Hinckley." "I am not asking you for your alias," said the counsel, impatiently. "What is your real name?" "Jeffrey Alias Hinckley." "No trifling in this court, sir!" stern ly spoke the judge. "Which is your right name—Jeffrey or Hinckley?" "Both of 'em, your honor." "Both of them? Which is your sur name?" Hinckley." "And Jeffrey iB your Christian name?" "Yes, your honor." "Then what business have you with an alias?" "I wish I knew, your honor," said the witness, ruefully. "It isn't my fault." "What do you mean, sir?" demand ed the judge, who was fast losing his temper. "I mean, your honor, that Alias is my middle name, for some reason which my parents never explaine...

HEALTHY PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 10 April 1914

HEALTHY PIG8. ; Every pig-breeder wants healthy 'pigs,, but there are many who do not seem to recognise what a potent fac tor in ensuring this satisfactory state of things is systematic management, whereby the pig is enabled to live his life upon proper lines, for improper treatment sooner or later tells its tale among porcine no less than bovine, equine, or any other stock. The man agement of pigs may appear to be a very simple matter. No doubt it is, and yet numbers people go about it wrongly, because—well, largely be cause—to mismanage is one of the easiest things in the world, and to pursue lax methods a similarly, or in deed more subtly, facile thing. Prac tically the whole story of pig-keeping upon proper lines turns upon three principles—judicious breeding, to en sure sound stock, proper food, and- good housing. The model pig-stye is still but rarely to be met with on many farms, and the country by-word for anything in a marvellously dirty or untidy state, "like a pig-stye," ...

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