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Care for Stouiach'Dlsorders. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 19 January 1917

Care for Stouiach'DlsorderS1 Disorders of the stomach m»> avoided by tho use of Cbanbsr® Tablets for the stomach and } Man? remarkable cures have D. effected by these tablets. For »®'e Walker Bright; J- 9 t r Harris - I-; -I Lardi, Wandiligon?! <J -Gouaai^:!, PorepUDkah ; J* Buokland.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Electricity at Tawonga, GREAT POSSIBILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 19 January 1917

Electricity at Tawonga, GREAT POSSIBILITIES. RESIDENTS of Kiewa Valley are safficieatlj -mterprising and wealthy to snlertais -ericusty any proposition which r2 promise them an adequate return for monsj ind labor invested. Just at present tha great and only want is closer comoiiii cation with the railway system. Ak incidentally they would like mora of iw conveniences of civilization which are tit ontcome of cheap lighting and heaticj Theaa problems can alooe be Bol?ed tj electricity, and the fact remains and W not be controverted that the cheapest a:, greatest electric force in Victoria canfci generated at Tawonga by water turbis i We have o.Iy to take a trip acros? b Tasmania to Pee what a cheap olecr: force can be generated by wa'er pow in which no coal and scarcely any Iabofi required to provide current. In Tastma old age pensioners hare their huta lit electricity, because it is cheaper than itl tntiqusted slush lamp. Albury, Wodnmr and Yackandtindah woul i purchpne elects curren...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Fishing Versus Church Going. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 19 January 1917

Fishing Versus Church Going. AT Holy Trinity Church, BenBlla, on Sunday morning, the Rev. P. J. Edwards said he could not understand why people stayed away from Church on a beautiful, fine morning like that. If they went along the river banks, he had no doubt they would find them lined with people fishing. He was beginning to think it might cause a separation between the pastor and the people of this parish. It was very disheartening, and unless things altered he would have to do something that would bring about the severance of his connection with that parish. The concert organised by Mr. C. W Boyd was only fairly patronised at Vic toria Hall on Wednesday night. The programme presented,..however, was an interesting and versatile ODO, and met with hearty approbation. Songs were rendered by Misses Gladys Hardisty and Dolly Stewart. Mr. J.Lewis was again well received for his rendition of the song Australia Proved True Blue," which is his own composition. Mr. Albert Smith and his son,...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Some of Our Enemies [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

Some of Our Enemies THE Duke of Cumberland, who married Princess Helena, a daughter of Queen Victoria, has a ton fighting with Germany against England, alihough he has had conferred upon him the titles of ihe Esrl of Armagn and Prince of the United Kingdom. Upward; cf £200,000 a year hue been spent on thie unscrupulous traitor and others of his kind who are related to the present King of England. The Duke of Albany, a first cousin of the King, is also fighting against England, and gets a cut of £5000 a year out of Great Britain ; and a son of tbe !a:e Duke of Edinburgh (ubicl) latter was a sou of Queen Victoria) renounced his English DaliDnality so as to became a German Lsul.ject to inherit the estate of his father, Prince Albert, husband of the late Queeu [ Victoria.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Daylight Saving. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

; U. Daylight: Saving. THE clocks are all to be put buck again an hoar on the last Sunday in March, and tbey will he adjusted as they are at the present timo when the year is on the ?wane, but it ib quile on the cirls that between these periodB there may arise an agitation for the repeal of the Diylight Saving Bill. The pissing of it has, no doubt pleased some ; but complaints coine pouriDg in from others that it lias brought about conditions which consti'ute an unmitigated nuisance and gire rise to all sorts of inconveniences and anomalies. It does not seem to suit either the churches or the places of amusement, while chil dren, when they are sent to bed, cinnot Bleep becauee it is too light. Railway men and others who,® when on ceitaiu shifts, start work at 1 or 2 in the morning hare to retire while the fun is still shining, and the house-perhaps a small one in a thickly populated locality-is hot, and as regards dairy opera'ions, cows have to be milked in the heat of a summer afte...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

BUSINESS NOTICES. WALKER BROS. GREAT IS NOW IN FULL SWING (=r IS NOW IN \, FULL SWING! A an .1° m A Sale for Prudent People A Sale Without Precedence A Dwarf « Price Sale ? An All-over~the«House Sale A Quit - Quickly Sale Every Price is a Record-Breaker for Cheapness. Don't hesitate ! --'this is a chance worth jumping at. 4 mm 0F Mm TGED 0UR ST0RES YESTY BATTERIES of BARGAINS that are galvamsmg buyers into action! This GREAT SALE is for AM i DAYS 1I1IID1 ONLY | rwmmmr and the last day is Saturday, 3rd February. SHOP IN THE MORNINGS There are better opportunities then, because the crowd is not so great. :: :: :: Walker Bros. Pty. Ltd. The Full Value, Money-Saving Stores CORNERS and the MUSIC PARLOR. <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx><xxxxxxx><x> Specially Note ! Monday is Foundation Day, and a Public Holiday, when || all our Stores will be closed. m 8 USINESS NOITCES Brogan Bros/ t -Famous J, Values All the f = Year -Round you will find are BETTER than the be...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Indi Recruiting Depot. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

indi Recruiting Depot. THE organisers have made a start with their work, aud are getting results. Al ready the following have enlisted at the Wangaratta depot this week np till 4 p in. Tuesday :-P. T. Farrell, Moyhu ; George Routledge. Balraain ; George Leslie Carey, Laceby; Allau Wilfred Johnson, Oxley. The recruiting officer will be pleased to see any people who care to visit the Drill Hall on matters touching the present campaign, and will supply any information required The organisers are at present engaged in a personal can vats of all fit men. Since the new Licensing Aot was p-saed in December, between 1300 and 14u0 barmaids have registered at the o(Ti e of ibo Ctiief Inspector of Faotorles, and have been granted certificated

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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PRIVATE G. MATTHEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

PRIVATE G. MATTHEWS. Its a New Zealand casualty list recently issued appears the Dame of Private G. Matthews as having been killed in action. Private Matthews was a son of Mrs Matthews, of Runnirg Creek, and enlisted from Otago, He was well known and highly reBDected in tho Eurobin district. The sad intelligence was conveyed to hie relatives on Tuesday afternoon.

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Killed in Action. DRIVER J. W. SYPHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

Killed in Action. DRIVER J. W. SYPHERS. On Tuesday, Dr. Stelly, of Myrtleford, telephoned to Mr J. Brogan, J.P, of Bright, to the effect that the Defence Department had notified him that Driver J. W. Syphere, eldest son of Mr and Mrs E Syphers, of Bright, and formerly of Harrietvilla, had been killed in action somewhere in Franco. Mr Brogan con veyed the sad intelligence to Driver Sypher'a parents, who naturally are deeply grieved at the loss of their son. Driver Syphere, who was about 26 years of age, was connected with the artillery, and as a soldier had made s-me progress in the ranks. He was a miner by occu pation, and amongst his comrades bore an excellent reputation as a workman. General sympathy has been expressed for the Borrowing family and the lora of a hero. As a mark of respect the flag at the Shire Hall is flying at half-mast.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

MtLBOURitE G. 0. FOX, B.A., LL.B.. soiiciroa MYAN - STREET, BIUHH1 '' TRUST Moneys TO LRNO. MICHAEL P. RYAN, BARRISTER i SOLICITOR. Will visit BRIGHT every fortnight in future. , . May be Been at Star Hotel. Date of next Visit-29th JANUARY. DENTISTRY. G. A. Payne, L.D.S., Dentist CP Hnnnpllv («ocor-dod by Dontal . D. uuniieiiy Board of Victoria.) of Marphy-Street, WANGARATTA. W' ILL visit Bright and Myrtloford every second week, and may be consulted at Mrs. Abraham's Stat Hotel.-DATE OF NEXT VISIT : BRIGHT, Tuesday, January 16th, 4 to 10 p.m. MR. E. TALBOT JONES, DENTAL SURGEON, 94 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE, visits BRIGHT every two weeks. Gold filling, crown work, painless extractions by laughing gas, cocaine, &c. Artificial teeth a speciality. NEXT VISIT-Alpine Hotel, Bright, Tuesday, February 6th, from 4.30 p.m.; all day, Wednesday, 7th. CREDIT FONCIER LOANS ON FARMS In sums from £50 to £2,000. At 6 par cent. Interest And from li per cent, in reduction of prin cipal-which pay...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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An Interesting Relic. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

An Interesting Relic. MR CHARLES KINCHELA., of the Vic torian Boot Palace, Brunswick-street, Fitzroy, has forwarded to the local library, through Mr John Walker, of this town, a very interesting relio, in the shape of a card, upon which the names of the councillors and offioers of the first council of the Shire of Bright is neatly arranged. Mr Kinchelt. is a native of this town, and naturally takes an interest in its welfare. The wording of the card is as follows :-" Shire of Bright.-Gazetted as Buckland Road District, November, 1862. Proclaimed shire July, 1860. Names of officers and councillors at present holding office: President, William M'Lean, Esq, J P.; councillors, Thomas Tanswell, William Brady, Nathaniel Webb, Edward Os borne, A. S. Cathcart; engineer, Robert H. Stone; secretary and treasurer, Lewis Chapelier Kinchela ; auditors, F. A. Thies, James Higgins. To old resi dents the above names are familiar, but to the younger generation it may be of some interest to know the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

DEATH. TUAULSEN -On 21at January, at " Glen rest," Bright, Annis J., second daughter of the late Henry and Bessie Traulsen.

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Obituary. MISS ANNIE J. TRAULSEN. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

Obituary. MISS ANNIE J. TRA.ULSEN. RESIDENTS, not only of the district, but in many parts of the State, were deeply grieved when it became knowh that Miss Annie J. Traulsen, second daughter of the late Mr and Mrs H. Traulsen, had died on Sunday afternoon at her resi dence, " Glenrest," Bright. Mies Traul sen had been an invalid for many years, but was able to get about with a little difficulty until a few months back, when further complications manifested them selves. Despite skilful medical attention and careful nursing, the malady could not be arrested, and ber death under the circumstances was not unexpected. Mies Traulsen, who was 50 years of age, was very highly esteemed. Possessed of a lovable disposition, this, combined with many other good qualities, made her a hosl of friends who deeply deplore her loss. The burial took place at the local cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, in the presence of a large number of IOCBI and district residents. Mr A. McKenzie Harrison read the burial...

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Produce Market. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

produce EViaruet. FOLLOWING are the ruling retail prices at Messrs. Walker BrOB. Pro.Ltd., Bright: Flour-1501b. bag, 19/ Wheat-5/9 bushel Chaff-3/9 cwt. New Potatoes-6/ cwt. Prime New Onions-81ba. for 1/ Flat red maize-4/9 bushel Oats-2/0 bushel Bran-1/3 bushel Pollard-1/5 bushel Eggs-0/11 dozen Separator butter-1/2 lb. Choice factory butter-1/6 lb.

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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

Mining Botes. THE Junction dredge won 24 oz. last week", and was the ODly public dredge to make a return known. In consequence of breaking the top tumbler, the Maori Queen dredge did not work laat week. Dredging has since been resumed. The battery and appurtenances of the Lone Hand mine at Wandiligong were submitted to public auction by Messrs. Flanagan, Newman & Co. to a fair at tendance of buyers on Tuesday morning last. The battery did not find a pur chaser, but a quantity ot sundries were sold at satisfactory prices. The main tunnel at the Monarch, Har rietville, has been extended to a distance of 460ft. Work is now being commenced on the rich shoot of stone previously announced, and crushing will be com menced as soon as the battery is repaired and fire bars arrive. On Tuesday afternoon Messrs Flanagan Newman and Co. submitted to auction two dredges on back road to Porepunkuh on behalf of Mr P. \V. Tewksbury, managing director of the Tewksbury Amalgamated Dredging Compa...

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Church Services. Sunday, 28th January, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

Church Servioes. Sunday, 28th January, 1917. METHODIST-Wandiligoug XI a.m.. Rev. H. Oldmeadow ; 8 a.m., Mr Thomas. Bright 11.30 a.m., Mr Sloan ; 7 p.m., Rev H. Oldmeadow. Porepunkah 3, Rev. H. Oldmeadow. CHORCH OF ENGLAND.-Bright 7, Mr Gordon Tavare ; 11',' Rev. G Brammall Wandiligong 3, Mr Tavare. Freeburgh 3, Harrietville 7.30, Rev. G. Brammall. PRESBYTERIAN-Upper Buckland 11; Lower Buckland 2, BrookBlde 3.45, Bright 7, Mr A. MeKenzie Harrison. The whole system of senior cadet training in the Commonwealth is under stood to have been recently under re view by the defence authorities, end there is a likelihood of the early iiitro duction of new methods^ The question was referred to on Monday night by the Minister of Defence, who stated that he would shortly have an announcement to make regarding senior cadet training in Australia. The Minister declined, how ever, to say anything further, remarking that the time was not yet quite ripe for him to do so. At a meeting of the Wandiligong...

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The Open Column. [We do cot necessarily identify ourselves with opinions expressed in these columns.] PARK IMPROVEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

The Open Column. /' [We do cot ne-ietisarily identify ourselves with : opinions expressed in these columns.] PARK IMPROVEMENTS. T') THE EDITOR. Sir,-I understand, at the last meeting of the subscribers of the " Boxing Day Sports Carnival," that tbe following motion was carried:-" That it be a recommendation from this meeting to the park trustees, that a saddling pad dock be erected at the park, at a cost not exceeding £50Should this be carried out, doubtless the cost of the work would, as is the usual custom, be paid out of the proceeds of the Easter Carnival. I regret that I was unable to attend that meeting to oppose this motion for several reasons. In the first place, I consider that the motion is illegal, be cause the Boxing Day organisation is separate and distinct from the Easter Carnival organisation. Therefore I con tend that it was not within the province oi the meeting referred to to decide what should be done with the proceeds of the Easter meeting. Secondly, the meeting ...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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The Alpine Obserber. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26TH, 1917 [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

oThe JUptne (Dbeerber. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26TH. 1917 Monday next, 29th mat., being Founda tion Day, all the ehopa in the town will lie closed The holiday is an official one. The hon. secretary of the Wandiligong branch of tbe Red Cross S-iciety desires to acknowledge, with thanks, tbe receipt of a cheque for £18 from-the secretary of the Bright Boxing D3y Committee. Messrs. Crawford & Co. Pty Ltd., have secured the contract for carrying passen aers to and from the Government Chalet, Mt. Buffalo, and Bright, by coach and motor for a period of three yearB. People are getting used to the Daylight Wasting Bill, but they do not like it any better. One thing about it is that everybody has to go with at least an hour's lees sleep every night, and they nsver feel too happy in the morning. After the heat of tbe previous fow days, the change that took place on Monday was greatly appreciated. Although only e«ht pointB were recorded locally, the effect on the temperature has since been mos...

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Bright Shire Volunteers. Men who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

Bright Shire Volunteers. Men who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. WE give below the list of those residents who are either fighting or on their way to fight for the Empire and freedom, to gether with those who are natives of the district but at the time of their enlistment were residing in other parts of the State Also a list of those heroes who have fallen in their country's cause Died from Illness Kay 53'Lean (Wandtligone) G. D. J'ClltOll (Harrietviliej Killed in Action. F. K. Metcalfe (Bright) II. Iloneycliurcll (VVandiligonj;) G. ill'Neil (Lower BnckUnd) A- Murray (Freeburgh) W. A. V. HiffSS (Bright) C. Pool (Fre-burgh) A S. AttridgC (Wandiligocg) C. Cartlicw (Happy Valley) T. PattOIl (Buffalo River) T. WUIonghby (Myrtleford) N. Rothery (Myrtleford) J. R. Shalberc (Bright) Joe Gribble (Wandiligong) A. Johnston (Bright) B. George (Bright) T. C. GrenilCSS (Harrietville) A. E. JcSSUP (Porepunkah) II. Pople (Bright) J. HI'I> Oil alii (Harrietville) G Seaincr-ltailisa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 26 January 1917

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY CORNING AT SRIGHT. ftilSlflli®, iM w' iprff^ibsA I- IIK vox A, l!i" T5,i;'id I [...;],-r, is a diro enemy fo i^c-r.-pi . n:- *.ve!i ~ to .".II t.tlier ^ *kiu < j^e-e.ses. i ;,-xer:>. wii! ni.-.k^ your § .skin hnalt-h)", destroy v.hc ^--nus of the ? 'listMsc fi r ever. ? 111 e.vese ! he bni!i;ie<j !![> of a-ncu' skin ti;si:n. A ln:t- br.th ^ uitli Kexen.i u:ieinli::[: uilh I'exona Qliitmniit-« pleasant tm-.t meet.. -Ursnlt: Sleep quietly, Mskiii southed and honied, while soon ®.all traco of til" dise.:fcleAVc= you. .Yon ?'«re ho.ilthy. Ecztinia. ^ yields to the ^.powerful hoiili:m iiifliienco.nf Rexona, feis'lm R-piil Healer. Price," 1/0 ami-8/-. I have teen troubled very much Willi ^Eczema on the lej, and have uses manj Vf preparations, but derived no benefit -therefrom," writes R'r. D. Cameron, 29 ^SAim Street, Roslyn, Dunedin, N.Z. Hearing of yo-r Rc\o:ia Ointment and its hcalm? virt :es, ! sr.ve it a trial, and :: \.am phased to ...

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