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Sporting. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 8 January 1914

;9poarteng,iv The programme for Whorouly.' aunual meeting on Friday, Feb. 6, will be found on another page of this issue. The ponies havt been well catered for, no less .than four of the seven events on the pro-, gramme being confined to the Lili pittians. It might have, been as well if the odd race had been for horses. The horse events at. Myrtleford" Sports Carnival provided good rac i ing, especially in the Hack- Race, which was only just won by .-Ultra marine from the favorite, Bsiue. By the bve, it is somewhat of a coincidence that at Newcastle, N.S.W:, on the same .day another Ultramarine won a race. Ksme, which shaped well consi dering her short preparation, is a half-sister to the sniart galloway, Una Gray, being out of the latter's dam, Herbal - (itup.}, by I>ord Delaval. . Mr Alt'. Moore visited Wangarat ta with his team for the Trotting aua Pony Club's met ting on Dec. 31st." .Glenda was made favorite , for the Pony Race, but could only i run third, Onlj' George winnin...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Fire at Buffalo River. HAYSHED AND CONTENTS DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 8 January 1914

Fire at Buffalo River,. Hayshed a-nd Contents De - stroykd.- ' ''r' On Monday, 29,th ult. ,i between' 3 aud 4 o'clock, a fire broke out in a large liaysked and stable owned by Mr II. H. Osborn, of .Buffalo k River. Mrs Osborn and a I visitor were the first t;o' notice the : outbreak, and they \ at once pro j ceeded to the shed and with some I difficulty released a couple of horses. The men were at work harvesting about a mile away, and seeing the flames, hastened to the spot, but the fire had such a hold chat they were unable to save 'anything. The shed contained some 500 bags of oats and about 50 tons of chaff, besides harness and a little machinery,- the bulk of the latter luckily being at work in the harvest field. The loss is estimated at between ,£700 and' ,£800, but fortunately the property was insured in the Atlas Company' (Mr W. Murnmery agent) for ' ,£585. A few tons of hay and some ma'chinery in the shed were not included in the insurance. The origin of the fire is unkuowu...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Gifts for All Are to be found in ENDLESS VARIETY at WALKER'S, A Brilliant, 'Dazzling Array of Dainty, Durable Articles from the best manufacturers of the world are gathered here for your inspection and selection. A Chance you've never had feafors NO NECESSITY NOW to send away for your requirements. You can select them on the spot, At Prices belOW those you have to pay ir» the cities. .This.is no idle boast. A Visit will convince you Gall Early, while the Selection is Best. GIFTS in Gold & Silver, Ladies' Bags, Sterling silver-plated Ware and many other lines, Priced fiom Sixpence to &3B. REMEMBER: The CHOICEST 0IFTS are to be found at WALKER'S, the ' ::''3r MYRTLEFORD and BRIGHT. Destryction. For BURROW WORK, f & W? m M f YHF CHEAP — LAZLMOUI It Lays em Out Sure c. rcbllvt LAZEMOUT is largely used by the Government and lending landhol ders of Australia, Railway Lauds, Reserves, Channels, and embankments. LAZEMOUT destroys their harbor. Success Guaranteed. Pri...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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The Saturday Half-Holiday. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Tub Half-Holiday. ! To the Editor. Sir,—Kindly graat. me a portion cf your space l:o point out to the business people -..of Myr£l •cl'-T'.! :hey are gradually los- | their tiude on account of the Saturday I "hah' holiday. Tiiuy' must kuow it them- ' selves, and why they are so bliad to their I interests I cannot understand. I myself— i and I -know of numbers o£ others in a , 'similar [.•<.'-it-ion—used to visit Myrfclei'ord regularly, but I have not done so for some time, hiuug'h i would like to do se. The simple reason with us is that we eannofc leave uur work until Saturday at dinner time. If'we could, we would visit Myrtle ford in the afternoon, and inany of na I would stay till night, or probably over I Sunday. Thougu we might not spend [ much, still I think our visits would be of i some benefit financially to storekeepers, re freshment rooms,, hotels, etc. It may bo said that ■ when the Saturday half-holiday becomes general—I hope it may ne ?er do so in the country—i...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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"Tricks of the Trade." [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

" Tricks of the Trade " Ill the coarse of on article andcr the above heading, the Wangaratta " Chronicle" says—Once upon a lime, still remembered by some old members of Parliament, a Minister of the Crown felt a responsibility to decide cases brought before him on the merits of the case, and ross above personal considerations. But with the k.wer class of Minister has come a different use of authority, and it is now not at all unco mon for a Victorian Minister of the Crown to carry his private grudges into his decisions. This is a hide ous perversion of justice in the place where it should be sound and above reproach. Another path by which a member may earn promotion is to join the Country Party and act aa •reporter to the Government. Every chance expression used by a mem ber of that party in the heat of argu ment is carried to the Cabinet. When the party is putting up a fight for country interests against unequal taxation or centralisation or some other principle, this gentleman is ...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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General News. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Godfrey Benjamin" Green, of Tawonga, and Edgar Mallin Rplla sou, of Porepunkah, have vbeen nominated, for the North Riding vacancy in the Bright Shire Coun cil. The polling ' takes place to morrow (Friday).' It is just about three years since there was a con tested election in the Shire. A cart horse, the property of j Messrs Onley'-Bros;, Porepunkah, was driven to'tlie railway station in a gig in charge of a lad, and whilst there bolted. The animal headed towards home, but when near the j State School tiie vehicle overturned, j with the result that the horse's leg. | was fractured, necessitating his de j struction. The gig escaped injury. ; The N.S. W. State Education De { partment is extending the system of free medical attention to school children by providing facilities for parents of scanty means to purchase suitable glasses at reduced prices for children whose eyesight is defective. At the Shaw University, in North Carolina, the president dismissed a student who had married ag...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

EBU01, ro<*™«d .BRICK METOtr SHEETING Sl* Galvanised. Steel 3&*g*allS <g Specially suitable for Pi&ure Theatres,' Country t .«r* ^ anc* Seaside Residences, Front facings, to Shops. °^'ceSv Show Stands, Ac. fItlia '? Weather, wind and white ant residing.. -Can be ~ •fixed by any tradesman. , - . ' '' ' _s ^ Jy&rj Vi The sheets are light and can .be packed in a small space, thus making a big? aaving in transport • —— charges. syTrfiro^ij.'^ir'ras! v>nt,? lor ,u" pur:KvaHV's '■" BMkNgaa WUNDERLICH LIMITED, asiMo Manufacturers of Wtmderlich \kn;t! CViliofes. 243 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE The Border United to-Operative Breweries Limited, B.eechworth a.rtcfl' AHour-j/. We beg to direct attention to our New and Special Brands of i. BOTTLED ALE and STOUT :— Bn A (Beech worth { The Ale is bottled by a new ©JO®Jr2k« Bitter Ale.) process, is \entirely free from sediment, mid will be found a delightful Light Bitter A?e. ■->.■■ Aiirilffi A Do n AI...

Publication Title: Myrtleford Mail And Whorouly Witness
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Cure of Cancer. SUCCESS OF RADIUM TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Cure of Cancer. Success ok Radium Tkkatmknt. Iii September last it was an nounced that a series of most re markable improvements in advanced cancer cases treated by radium bad taken place iti the past six months in the cancer research wards of the Middlesex Hospital. A member of the surgical staff then stated, " We do not maintain here that we have cured these cases by radium. What we have done is to cause growths proved microscopically to be can cerous to disappear in a truly as tounding way under the radium rays." •, • Dr.Barlow, of the Cancer Charity of the Hospital, now reports that 24 cases of cancer which were beyond surgical aid were admitted to the Middlesex Hospital from June to September, 1912. All the patients died. Sixty eight cases were ad mitted during the same period of 1913, and were treated with radium. Thirty-six of these patients died, but the remainder were discharged from the hospital, being able to at tend to their daily duties. This success was unprecedented. ...

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The Duck Season. OPENING DAY FIXED [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

The Duck Season. •OPE ^TNG DAY FIXED - The opening day of the wild duck I season has beeu fixed by the Fishe ries and Game Department for 11th I February. Last year the season opened on 15 th February.; The-; pearlier date this year is owing to the young birds being a Itttle more ad vanced than previously:.. sammasseBtsxzasnaaamKMammmma .

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Sudden Death at Bright. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Sudden Death at Bright. j i Mrs Margaret Wenker, wife of ; , Mr Hr- ,P Wenker, died somewhat j suddenly at Bright on the evening .of, 6th;iinst. She had been com- ! j)lainiiig the greater part of> the day j i.o£: not feeling well, and about 7 p.m. ..retiree]., to. htr bedroom, and later called .,her ^husband , to get her a drink. Qn \ his return Mr Wenker l(found his. wife lying o,n the floor. , Dr Kidd,_,was sent for, but before his 'arrival- she had passed away. At ;enquiryf next. .da}' the doctor, who had made a post mortem, said I the cause of death was dilatation of 'the heart and oedemma of the lungs, ( ! accelerated by the lieat, and a ver diet in accordance with the medical testimony was returned. , The late Mrs Wenker was 67 ' years of age' For upwards of 40 years she had resided at Bright; the' greater portion of the time she had spent in business, where by her kind and charitable ways she gained the esteem and respect of residents. Her husband survives her, but- no fam...

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Accident to Councillor. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Accident to Councillor. Councillor J. Roche, a vveU known restdent of Whorouly, while ■ engaged in chaffcuttiug operations last week, met with a serious a£ei •dent. He was seated on a load of hay and had just driveu in close to : the-chaffcutter, and was busily fork ing the hay to the feeder, when he slipped and fell heavily off the load on the ;chaffcutter. Instant help was . ac hand, and- when he was picked, up it Was seen that he- was seriously hurt. Mr Roche was im •mediately driven to Dr Sutton's, ani-it;'was found that three rib.s had been, broken.,, and there were other injuries to the back It will be the sincere wish, of a host of friends that Mr."Roche wvi!! speedily-recover. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Consign your... WOOL SHEEPSKINS HIDES TALLOW FURRED SKINS, Etc. ... to' ... DALGETY & COMPANY' LTD. A L BURY Sales held Monthly Highest; prices realised. Liberal advances Fat and Store Cattle Sales ... hold at ... ALBURY -FORTNIGHTLY WODONGA - FORTNIGHTLY Send all your live-stock to us for sale. Cricketers' Hotel, MY RTL-EF O RD. Under new atul efficient management. ADA K. F RAIT EN F EL D ER, Proprietress. Having takeu over this well-kaow;n and . popular hotel from the late .proprietor, Mr J. Johnson, the new proprietress wishes So intimate that the businoss will be conduc ted on sound lines, and every (attention will be given to patrops. . Visitors to Myrtleford will tiud tliis Hotel -va Comfortable place to stay a,t. Only the best brands of Ales, Wines,' 'Spirits aud Cigars. Tariff Moderate. I(Yee Stabling. Billiards WHEtf YOU OO TO . i ' . ' ; ' " " WHO R O U L Y . You will liml the . ; \ , - Whorouly Hotel A. Fivst-clas.^-Stopping• Place for Travellers The Best of Ales....

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Whorouly. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

WhorouSy ' Harvesting operations are draw ing to a close in this neighbour hood-; .nearly ali the shipping and .harvesting are concluded with very .indifferent results, some of the wheat crops yielding as low as 1% hag;? per acre, vyhile oats are not ^turning- out as well as was expected. ■ Grant's thresher has been at work here for about a week, but the ■ majority of the farmers are waiting for^ Bennett's machine, which is ex ::pected.to arrive here about the end "of this week. ' - Owing- t o the - exceptionally dry summer the grass is getting very dry, and milk supply at the local .creamery is rapidly diminishing, ^having fallen nearly one third al ready from what was supplied a couple of months ago. - , The river stills-keeps very clear, and anyone who sees it now and saw it before Christmas, would hardly believe it to be the same stream. It will soon be as dirty as ever, as soon as the dredges get to work again after the holidays. It is a great pity that they do not al ways have...

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Myrtleford Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Myrtleford Exhibition. I A meeting' is called for the even j ing of Saturday, 4th inst., at | Rechabite Hall, for the purpose of ; arranging matters in connection | wiih the aunual show of farm aud j dairy produce aud home industries. | This show was a great success last I April, and there is no reason why it | should not he even more so this ' year The society is now in a sound financial position, and there is every prospect of substantial additions be iug made to the amount of prize money. Though it is probable the district exhibits may be done away .with, we believe it is proposed to provide liberally for individual ex hibits of produce from district far mers. It is to be hoped there will be a large attendance at the meet ing on 24th, and that the approach ing show will be taken up heartily by townspeople and country resi dents alike. A cheap excursion train in con nection with the A.N.A. Exhibi tion will run on Thursday, 22nd inst.. Tickets must be obtained by noou'on ,20th.- Pa...

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Siftings. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Evans and Maconochie and Campbell and Sons iu conjunction will hold their next Wangaratta horse sale on Friday, 6th February. Mr O. M. Taylor, Presbyterian ; missionary, has been under Dr Sut ton's care for some days Though j now almost recovered, he is not.able j to undertake his usual services. -f" Mr C. Meredith Hall,"dentist, will be in Myrtleford on Thursday, 22nd January, and may be con- j suited at the Myrtleford Ho eel from .9 a.m. to 2.30 p.m.* ! Mr Jack Milne received a,, w.ire s on Monday from his brother George at Mitt-a Mitta, stating that he "_had been completely burnt out there No further particulars are^ yet to i hand. • The tender of Mr M'Elroy, of Palmerston, has been accepted/ for the supply of- oats aud chaff to I he . Myrtleford Butter Factory. A garnishee case was heard .. be fore Cr R. Milne and Dr Sutton, J.'s P., OU Friday. As some intri cate points were involved, the Bench adjourned the matter till." to- • " • 1 \ ... p: ; 'XlF- •. will be in attendance. Me...

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Porepunkah. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Pore p w n kah. From Our Correspondent. Tuesday. • Mr C. Hayhoe, the popular sec retary : of the Buckland Cricket Club, met-with, a painful accident to his right eye last Wednesday. While bushing buckets on the Buckland River dredge a piece of steel flew up and pierced the optic. He was driven to Bright by Mr C. Sharp, and attended to by Dr Kidd. Mr Hayhoe is improving under that gentleman's care. Arrangements are well in hand for the visit of the Beechworth picnickers to morrow (Wednesday). The Progress Association has been busy, and the day promises to be very enjoyable. Many .of the ex cursionists will visit the Falls and other spots. • Mr C. Sharpe, dredgetnaster of the-Buckland River dredge, and a resident of this district for many years, has been appointed mauager of two of the Victorian Araluen -dredges at Araluen, N.S.W., and leaves to take up the duties in about j L'O days. Mr Sharpe is well-kuown ■ throughout the district, and.will' be ; greatly missed iu sporting circles ...

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The Rand Strike. SITUATION STILL GRAVE. JOHANNESBURG, 13th Jan. [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

The Rand Strike. SITUATION STILL GRAVE. Johannesburg, 13th Jan. The situation iu connection'with the strike -of railway men in South ; Africa continues to be grave. In order to safeguard the running of trains, certain districts in • the -Transvaal and'Orange River Colony have been placed under martial law. Drastic regulations have been is sued, including the , shooting, of dynamitards on sight. The Amalgamated Society of En gineers in Natal has declared a strike,. and practically all the men in the railway workshops have left - work. In Cape Colony half the men em ployed iu the Salt River, railway' workshops have gone on strike. The men struck despite the advice of Mr Hagger, MX. A. Their ac tion is considered important, as the Cape railway employes hold the keys to the situation. • . ' The Cape strikers made an abort ive attempt to induce the, tramway men to join them. Mr Harrison, a well-kuowu Socialist agitator, has heeu arrested on a charge of having incited the railway men at S...

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Annual Rainfall. Following are the records of the rainfall, as taken at Myrtleford by Dr Sutton, for the past five years: [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Annual Rainfall. ~ Following ihe record* of the r fiiifall, db i iken it Mvrtlerord byv t 1 " Br'Suttbn.rtor the past five years:—_ v t I'JUV) - llHO^l()ll 1012 191.} Junuaiy^,, U7 1JI" 212 138 Felnuorj Cj^'85 ft 739 v_ 77 I'U iraroh "V- - ijft? ~ 218^ ,257" >1 610 Apt if' * ' '^T5 . 9* " U - "5S 79 Jfay _ tyo"" i-i& _ 1 j9 -«. 0 Jmie 75\-'100 +^06V',W6 111 July . 302_' >87 J10 "* 131" ^ I3l3 Auf . ^2Q - !""0S I OS , 24 j 32b ~ ~ Setifc V *' 209 ,<>09, 116 * 395 3U> Oefc^?:~ 1210 :?3 - 152 298 Nov ■»*.«• - - "\& '•**• " ^u" ])oti~ 11 ifj 13 J 309 1">3 -HI l'H?3 >132 Ub9 .1102 4026

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Ml myxtyx,a ^iL,ir AND WBOKOULY WITNESS. • Notice. Z'r;.' ' - A LL CLAIMS. ivya.ni3t tli(j Kfvtato of the ' A late ITEND^Y: BOYD, • of Eurohin, ~ -are to be vonclevecl to;|be -udilevsij^aod.- - . - M. P. RYAN", Solicitor;. . , Myrtloford and BoeeH\v-$$li£V " ■ ANNUAL EXHIBITION. ; •-«.;; ; >:Fapm and Dairy Produce and Home In dustries. A PUBLIC meeting of. •fl" ested in the above will ' - .the Reohabite Hull, Jlyi-fcletor DAY EVENING-, 2-itli" ^ all.. sharp Everybody invited fcu attoiid. . .. WV VTOOD^TDE. Pi .roy apdonali \1. button , ) ULWA ^^;A.N.H.>Ex9a{'siou. ThuvsS^i:-22iid Tuiiuar^.—T otu Yadkauda'iibih. I [)!lS fu Hi'.bl li.i i -», I ■ i - j v Y u'k u« I ui h'i, I!i; -..worth; ! , , 1 7\\ :;..(l3/2; Uumal'a, 11 /1 : UO rU.ss N Kc3ut^d-litv^r;:!V(^'Tiolc5cV:c:L>-,o h'^on nt lb j.nimiry./'. VnitiWiu ws at aricoji-; [_ . id:'-'j'o'srf5.s; Acting ^»cie^ij.: T'.v'v .--y "-r.-X

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Myrtleford Market [Newspaper Article] — Myrtleford Mail and Whorouly Witness — 15 January 1914

Myrtleford Market.; r ! Flanagan, Newman and Oo ropot'b.hokl •v ing their first sale for the ucw- year at . their Myrtloford yards ou tho Htli inst, when they had an extra large yarding ot ali ,e.la$sus of .stock forward, to a big Uttondance of the trade and the public gonorally. Prices wore not so brisk, and j biddings wore inclined to bo- dragging. i Sh*.uvp: Anoxfcva big yarding, which met a j ready salt; at satisfactory pri«'.ws. Host wethers to IS/1 to 17/ to 10/; boat ewes 17/ ! to 15/ t o Ml to I .'1/6, best lambs 17/0 to j 1(1 j and at prices to 8/11. Bust veaiors to I >25 1/ to -fi t- 10/ and at prices Co M2 10/, i .best bullocks, light weight J29 10/ to X'!) to j , JIS i:?/f) to .-S8 to £7 15/ and at prices to j .£6 (J/, best cows J28 lj to j6S to £7 lT/ti to j j27 . 10j to J27 7/ and at various prices to j 'UM 10/, bestheifers ,£5 15/ to £7 10 to £7 of j to =67 and at prices to ■£.-> 15/, utore cows { jG3 10J to <£3, cows and calves JM to JEM/18/0, bulloc...

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