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CHRISTMAS COURTESIES. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

CHRISTMAS COURTESIES. Christmas affords an excellent op portunity, too, for renewing those friendships that have got a little scat tered during the past twelve months, r know a celebrated barrister who makes it a rule to send a card to the acquaintance he happens to have quarrelled with during the year. He ' calls them his "whitewashing cards." They are a kind of white flag, announ-' cing that he, at least, has ceased hos tilities ,and Is ready to be on the old footing once more. He finds them most effective. "I am a peppery old fellow," ho con fessed to me,, "and I assure you I find these cards keep things right with a • lot of people whom I have perhaps rubbed up the wrong way. You see, It's a glorious way of putting things straight, wishing people a merry Christmas." Thero Is a lot of wisdom and good feeling In his custom. Upon the whole we can make a lot of Christmas If ive go the right way sbout it. It is not an Immense thing to ask ourselves as Christmas draws near once more, ...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

j". "•&. -vBAiris. Family Butcher, KCfcQNG VALE ' AND , ^ - e©RUNG,_ ;. Ems to unnotified Ihfit ho" will lupply bct-t incnt ut reasonnble pjicea, and hopes.to i'oc«ivc n.^oir Bhure tho patronage of the Jiitrict. ppr H$|yi IE Complete House Furnishers Largest Stock Best Selection -:' 24,000' Equare Feet of space devoted to the exclusive showing of all our urmshmg Requisites :' Country Customers, if unable to porsop.allv visit u% are invited to write for 0"? MI W -QAmLOmWu ;'■ All 'enquiries answered by'return post. furniture Carpets & Rugs. Bedsteads Linoleums & Floor Cloths. Bedding Crockery & E.P, Ware. Write for Catalogue. Write for Catalogue. AT Cash or Terms Cash or Terms .1 prs>/ Iff I fe5 MM PfllJ ISB»< $ Eitcliell Street. Gj-sr. <yD.y a ci.12 vnce 101 0 <^rrLi£ to &3sy <& /-IK /y. ESMAlLS;€Aa^ DARi!ACO (FrtncH COVENTRY HUMBER (HaeJ I2*h.p., 4 cylietJcr. »:de rntrancr. dark cfeta, •e...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Retort Effectual. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

. The Retort Effectual. The talkative man was pacing slow ly up and down tho platform of the small suburban railway station, which was crowded with business men wait ing for the train. Outside it waB raining heavily, and had been since the early hours of the morning. "Do you think it is ever going to clear up?" remarked the talkative one to' a small man who had been keep ing pace with him. . "I do, sir," answered the small man, "and as I am a lawyer I must aBk you the usual lee for my opinion." "My friend," replied the talkative one, "your liver is out of order. Bet ter take a pill. And as X am a doctor I thijik we ore quits." "Hurry up!" shrieked the porter.

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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One Swindle Explained. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

Ono Stvlniiio lftcplnlnotl* A drummer who travols ior tv llostan eroeery concern says that he scoi in Maine somo of the sharpost ti-icku thai fro nrr.cticed anywhere ou Ids routa gives the following specimen: A fiu-mor's wife bustled into a atoro in "Washington County tho other d»y} mfi went for tho proprietor with: "Mr. B——, I bought nix pounds oj sugar here last weel:, and when I got it home I found a stone weighing two pounds, in the package." ; "Yes, ino'nbi.* "Onn you explain the swindle, sir?* "I think I can;" was tho proprietor's placid reply. "When I weighed your ci^lit pounds of butter, - week before iajfc, I found a twp-pound pebble in tho'jnr, and when I weighed your sugar the Htono must have -slipped into tho fjalo.1, somehow. We aroboth growing jid, ma'am, and I am sorry to say that i in- eye<ighti3n't to be trusted. What l-hi: I ilo for yon, raa'um 1" For a moir.oat tho woman gBJied at lh«s tradesman' over her brass bound "l.pcatnnlos. Then she recolleetcd h...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Already on Sale [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

Already on Sale '1 suppose," said Brown, "now that ■ aviators are becoming more numer ous, wo may,expect to see a paper pub lished in their, interests?" . "Oh," said Jones, "there has been a suitable paper on sale for a long time now." "Indeed! What is it?" asked'Brown. "Flypaper," was the quiet reply. Great Picture Buyer (to HoBtess): What do you think of an artist who painted cobwebs on the. ceiling bo truthfully that the servant wore her self into an attack of nervous prodlra- ' lion trying to sweep them down? Hostess (a woman of experience): There may have been, such an artist, but there never was Buch a servant. For long life there is nothing so good as cheerfulness and a capacity for getting a little Innocent fun out of one's surroundings. "Why this hush, this elaborate tip toeing about?" " 'S-sh! Mother la getting ready to ask father for a lltle extra money."

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Heart of a Girl. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

The Heart of a Girl. By HENRY FARMER, -Author p£ "Tlio Money-Lender," "12a Quiltry Street," "Bondage," etc. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. 5; ^ 1 Affairs, financial affairs in purlieu lar, were at a more wan usually .low.. .'• ebb with, the Price ianuiy, and Queenle Price was teoling bauiy :de pressed as sue quitted oue at tue BacK v entrances to Voile and Co.'s drapery, estaoushment iu. Oxtord-street. . • She' was not given to moping,■ but the strain o£ her home lite aud the struggle to make both ends meet were Beginning to tell, aud, also, on this nignt she was dead tired and suf fering xroin "shop" .headache Voile and Co. had just concluded their great winter sate. The strain had been greatest on the last day; the crowd bewildering. Folk out tor bargains at sale-time are inclined to forget uiat shop-assistants are composed ot llesn • and blood. Many o£ Queonie Price's fellow aliop-giris, who lived in, envied her her uome lite, but they did not re- , aiise what a depressing, dr...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

OUR NEW SERIAL. THE OPENING CHAPTERS OP The Heart of a Girl. A powerful domestic story, depleting tbo difficulties of a flue type of work girl. By HENRY FARMER. Author of "Tlio Adventuress," oto. APPEAR IN THIS ISSUE. Among new . writers of fiction, Mr. Farmer has achloved a front rank place by sheer merit. When his namo was hardly known his serial stories commanded notice by roason of tlieii vivid characterisation. Ho lias been especially successful in focussing keen attention on tho conditions of life ol shop assistants and that great grow ing class which Includes so many young women of middle-class respec tability. In this caso tho villain is un Intensely daring and melodramatic character, whose designs are calcula ted to set the reader's teeth on edge. The heroine is a splendid type of girl and makes the story absorbing.

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

Takasii-" —'i'lio Utfi'timiis . j oluto llm.r* principally in tlnir tic.tt cooking in iirufurunce to i-o.n-llm: I''or tliis cream tftl;e four spoonful- of K potato Hour, or, if liot obtaiiut.ili', {'j>>■ •oru-lltitu' vail Uo, ami tliroo pint* of mi. While the milk is licatin;;, mix up t itotir witli a littlo of the milk ton |w): fuoti iiiiootti nml then add it to tlio mill. Scut up tho.yolk« of six ey»M nml w! them, htinl\tg\vo!l nil the time, mi l ivlli.. my tlicciwu to.boi) ffftjfl ulylitto ti'ii in nutuM." Ailil {Hisai-''to sweutiHi, ami *!.. .vi'il coiitimittljy. When ilnn;, htaml o mo i-iilc uiui ili a ttmall thick pan—a tollui i«ii is best—put- oil ft quarter of o poun •i' laif-Mignr, with enough water to nu-. t K: t tlii.i boil hard until it i» an ilnik •nowircolour ns possiblo without bvii. iiiinit, then it must be«ddcd very <piiuk.,< to tlm liot cream, whisking all to^otli'" most vigomualy Until both are well luixo It should bo about. t.ho colour...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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A LITTLE GENTLEMAN [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

A UTILE <3ENTL£UjJ« st oavia o. hovalv II wai a hoi day in Juno when «a? Hal passengers entered a train on (hi Brcat Northern Railway. Among diem Were several college boys, who were on tlio way homo for their cum oner vacation. They . wero stylisb roll-dresse^ lads.and were as gay ami happy as boys usually are who have put books asid.iv and see in fancy home and loved ones, and the i>lea lure of n season's 'holiday. A party, of iiierry girls already oceu pied tho railway carriage, and in » littlo time the train seemed flooded wilh youth and sunshine. Tlir» daj was sultry, and tho older neople in the ep..i.'<ge looked warm and tired. V very lean wnman, with an amph (uiieh basket, d'vided her time be tween eating olreken and boiled egg. md funning vigoiously with a lurl:oy tail fan;' while n stout ninn in tin corner mopped his face with a big ban | Innnn hnndkprrh-pf nnrl rnmntlrml ht i nay of emphasis: "Hot. very hot!" • The girls and boys took in every in ji...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

Try the Lance Office for -Job Printing before going- elsewhere."

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THE CON[?] LADY. "BEEN AND 'AD ME FORCHIN TOLE." [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

1 1..1! ! THE GGlUuuiu I.ADV. rr. '•'BEEN AND 'AD MB FOUCHIN TOL'V "It's llils \vny," Kai l U13 ' p.rmi'.i "old Teddy J'rt'.. is"«: tarn r.-arrH once, ar.'.l 'c's r'-'t "s -1 >- <" ut 'is tin-.c o' liiY, 'is f:i :i dir.; approve." "Desr.riho him—or ; i*-. c r.'c ro 1.' article ot clothing !;('!■.> i;;'.n' '. o h. . or ,1 picce of his liaiv," : ai 1 Y.'.'.i "'Bout sixty, sidc-v. !;i<!.crn, v.1m.!\ ■ rp.yther ljald in front, i\d 1:'.-.-, n ■■ top front tccih, r.n l i'Ui a.il t.lie barmaid, fluently. Zclika holding up her lu'.n.l to force niloncr, clcstd h:r cy . 1 : (. a man, elderly, n':o'.:t : i :ty, v.I Is slda-wliisl-.cra, l:e i ; v.:i!'?:v v.\ih ; lady. No—y03—it is n 1 . ! : !s 1ms tn!;cn his nrm, hi.: f;ri close to horn." / "That's Teddy !" romul i iU. t'. i umplmntly. Zolikn swept. round ami ino:ul Iltm reproachfully. "You Ii i ro n the picture. Vim h w ' silence," rlie f-nid, "r.rnl f to ! ... . told yo;i i c:;:\".'ly what v.iio ,a happen !" Bill w...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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Not a Pleasant Plate for Widows. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

•Jot a I'lousant for V.'hlorr*, The prac'.iro of treating widows as inaii-crimiua.s, outcasts, br^alayei, the London Spectator Hays, is among the . Hindus of high antiquity. It is jiroli lbly a substitute for a still o'dor cm Sum, or.ee nnivcrsall among tho conquer lug (l-ilic: of tho Asiatic world, of slay i"i; i 11o \vive3 of chieftains on tho Inrinl pH'.ivj.; of their lords, As manners grow a;!.do.'and ir.on le3s desporato ami i.ew roiir'l -u:! ideas wero boni that practice iv; ,-i abolished, anil widows xrero jet** j nticJ. to iiro, but only as person? r. 'i! j:.o right to survive must bo rogardtvl is imperfect. Their pa.-ition became '•'•ml at h.meWiId slaves, or la'.l.ci fi'.'.iitiy o'.i'.custs, entitled to no honor, bound to serve oftieers, dressed in the 'jieanest clothes, fed with the cheapest !ood, .nul regardp;t by nil around Ihera 19 persons who ought to consider them selves iudm-nbly degraded. 3fad not she veiy gods themselves or the fnlos pronounced thorn deserving of ...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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POSTAL-RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

SClirJJULF. DETAILED. 'i'-.f i:mv pish;;" I '!/-;;, v'.iih r:iin r.'.n :„t(.v i m 1 ! ai « I. p. i,n , C.'.-..nr..,w, ul:!.; ::rr a - L-i i.. s. M jv r \ is-Hii i ->:■■•, -i ;■,! , i i < : i ; r< jU. M r.'it'li Il.1i. jii-iLaii!-, I; rp!v, 'J Ciii-I Iim If. IVinScil p Til' i ri, 11 f prrscii' ill, -i ! pi r 2c;-.-. r r p .!nf piiriful oi■ An. (r.i)i i, J per I ?A. ur S' I' m' 1. IIks |.| ir.ii (I ill A :i',!l 1 [ i-' S. ( r j ir'. < f x". A! jtii.i'?, titi.i !<i s-iy — /.ii.c". res i' .v., m i i»n<1 oil;' r timilur ptililicntious piinl.d nrid piibiisiii'd in ri'liu in it i: inrs is I iiKcrv:"'■; iv.it, I'xn" diny llini: luontlis Jil. for or p:iit of 8.7.5. ('/) i'!a- :::riV.i'Wj, Sf-rn.!!, niia OL:n r tiir.il'.tr | ubiicntioiis. (ii;clui!i'>R iy \v it.') piii'.U'i! ui.c! jmbli.bcd i'Ut »$vl.» Australia in Iiuiiib-T. at inlet vu!» n.t (XLiidiif; ll.r.i; uiosiilis, {<1. pi-r or put. of " lliu.surd," that i&amp...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 3 January 1914

GENERAL STOREKEEPER . & PRODUCE MERCHANT BOYS', YOtFl'W % m$l'& WWMi mom THE value ol oar poocs is JuniarpsriabltJ »i tide Melbourne w 2 hust the pnblio of Korong Vale will spend Ihtir oioDtf 'ooall n heic tiny cnn luspecl bsfcre purchasing, • U'' air i&fif ^ if! im P fe f' K llils J. R. Greig, Korong Vale ITS, FRANK MEAKES r^v Late of Hay, N.S.W., and successor to . Penhall and Gray The Bo rung Store, DRAPERY. ©; GROCERY BOOTS I am new showing Wirier Goads fresEi from She manufacturers. Blouses, Ladies Hats, Kress Materia!, etc. All Worth looking at. Don't overlook our SUITS TO MEASURE Hare youjw5li_find a Sarge, ws'I-sssaHtd and fr^sh stock, at RiijSii Prices. ' Special Qurtatiom given * for ^trinfeities. Wo ere Noted for these Gouas and havs a Goon Ra:tge to scScct from. Encicding a nicc range Of TIMBLft and IRON A Gocd Sfoch Ahvays on Hand. Agent for Mount Lyeii Manures, Younghusband, Row enriCe, Ltd, London and Lancashire Fire, Life and Accident Insuranc...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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THEY WANTED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

THEY WANTED XT. Oil the first Sunday that. a collodion ■Into, instead of a nice, secretive, cm jroid'ored bag, was used in a certain London church, ft bright yellow shininp pieco appeared among the coppers and threepenny bit.4?. Monday morning brought callcrs to tho vestry. When ihe fifth came, ho said anxiously: I am very sorry to trouble you, but £ put a sovereign into the plato yes terday by oversight. Could I liaYO it, as I re.\Uy cannot afford it ?" "Ah," replied tho vicar, "you arc iho fifth already that has inado tho :ame melancholy blunder. Tho church v.arden tells ino that sovereign is only a gilt shilling."

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

* POSTAL KATES. , O 4 NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. Tiie new postnqe r»lps, wl.i. Ii nun nto foice on 1st fll'iy, m Ii ii p'UM (.os'nge will eprnile llnnii^liout iIi Ci/'MnionweiiUli, are ns [.''.tows :— I.';tws, lil p; rj i. L"U(t cauls, si'ijjl • , ul cicli ; r'pl) 1(1 ciil'Ii linlf. Posternd.», single 1(1 ; replv, Id oni'l l.n If. Pi inled p per J, as prrsei il i d, J I pi i 2pZ«. Cr pi I t of "112.'. I5ool;s print) (! out-id.' A n> Irali i, £■!. per 4 zs. or put of 4-z*. Ranks ptinlrd in Air iinli . J pi" 8i z». ci purl i f Prz», ( M 'S zii.i'?, tint ii 10 «-:i3 — — («) Ali g zini s, review*. >i ii I-, and oilier Elmiliir publieuiious piinttd and published. in Austmlia in numbi rs nl intervals not exceeding three montlis Jd. for 8ozs. or part of 8ozs. (li) Magazine?, rt'vti w«, serial*, and other similur ]ublications (includi-in new-pipers) piintc d iir.d ptibli-hi d out tide Australia in numbers at intetva!s net exceeding tlir.c mon:lis, Jd. per 4ozs. or pirt of <lozs...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Try' the Lance Office for Job Printing before ifoin jf elsewhere.

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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THE MYSTERY! AND Or THE AZTF 05. WHAT WILL BECOME OF MEXICO? [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

THE MYSTERY ! ADD Or THE AZTF Co. WHAT WILL IH'.l'OME Ol'' 11RXICO ? The news, n short tir.-.e i:g;\ thn' the United States had posted t"oo> nil the northern fionlirr of Me..i c luis culled renewed attention to < i\■ of the most, interest ins; co; utiles It; the world. Not only v.'a; Stvlllscd when lCmo'.c v.as in a i-tuto of hnrliarism, but, no" Hint l".uro;.e Is becoming "played o.it," T.re .1 o i.tnnds in tile forefront i;f the co. 11 tries cf the future. It is s:Ui;ra'cil with undeveloped nii»ei;;l v.ciiUli ; m! other resources, Mid c ~.ry thing lb .1 can be grown in the old world thrives luxuriantly in tlmt pirt ol the new. It is only in quite recent ycara that historical and other research has found out anything definite about Mexico. We are told that it hnJ civilisations which became extinct even in prehistoric times, and that its dynasties were similar to those of Egypt and Babylon. A h.-.man skeleton was found buried under four forests, the age of which has te...

Publication Title: Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Rev. J. HOSKING Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, fltiroy, Mcl|ourtie. Send; his opinion pf " I r»as recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, sujfejid frvm nervous prostration, with insomnia and seoere headaches. I . had spent much money on medicines to ■ no purpose. " Onc"hqUlc pyS fte ygjil qnd Wqs tfiqrlh, its peight i(\ gold, 11 / recommend this medi cine strongly. JOHN HOSKING." The Rev. .1. HO£KTO, D.O., i. knov,:i >• > hiiV^rr»nVliui'ch worker, and iiii'ieiUtiianylo CLEMENTS I'ONIC w'aa tent tor the food it mfclit do, Tlii.< medicine \i ccrlain in i # eftecH on run down" or irritate^ nervei, ani| quickly relievuT^l ouir.csi, ^Vcaknei,»', l,o:« o! . loco, P-cv Appetite, Con ilpallon and lntiaojljon, A14, CHEMISTS ami ■ STORES SiLL IT,, C. J. ANSETT INGLEWOOO, WISH MS to rn.liiy Motori.sU that lie Sends Mechanics* to any Northern District to Uepair Motors, etc. !>cn/.inc ami Acccs.ioric.* Stocked, Tyres IW-paiicd. ... (:ars ...

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Quambatook. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 10 January 1914

Quambatook. From the opening of the wheat season to the end of the year over 23,000 bags of grain were tracked away from the Quamba took railway station. On last Saturday there were, in addition, 9000 bags stacked in the yards, and teams are arriving daily in large numbers with the golden grain. The station presents a scene of marked activity, and special trains are getting the wheat away to the seaboard. The engine of Monday morning's early train " jibbed" at Lilbert owing to its burden, and' the loaded wheat trucks had to be kicked off. The engine was able to come on with the passenger train alone. This caused a slight congestion, which was soon re lieved. On • Tuesday evening at the local railway station there were 59 loaded trucks ready to leave, which meant 1,094 tons or three train loads. On Monday and Tussday morning there were up to 20 teams at the weigh bridge before 8 o'clock. During the year just closed, Constable M'Gurgan has served, within his local district of Quam bat...

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