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A REMARKABLE BIRD COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

A REMARKABLE BIRD COLONY. Tlio most remarkable bird colony in the world is on Hat Island, in the Groat Salt Lake, T'tah The island is about twelve acres in extent, and on a rocky pinnacle a hundred feet abovo tho bvme, with not a drop of fresh water to be found, and w;hore there is nothing to excite the cupidity or com mercial instinct of man, tlio birds— gulls, pelicans, herons, and cormorants by tho thousand—make their home. Tile island win be, seen at a distance of ten miles, rising like a "cocked hat" out of the sapphire of the inland sen. The birds are utterly fearless. Pro tected as they are by the Iwvs of the State, they have had little cause to fear man and his deatli-deaiing weap ons. It is necessary to use the greatest care to avoid stepping on tho nests and eggs of tho tens of thousands oi sea fowl that have established th-eir rook eries on the islet.

Publication Title: Bruthen And Tambo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BLOATER. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

THE BLOATER. It is generally known that a bloater is a complete hoiring slightly salted and smoked ; hut feu- people are aware that the origin of this article of diet was accidental. A Yarmouth herring eurer, when leaving his premises om> night after all his work people had go no found a quantity ot good herrings which had been overlooked. Fearing they would be spoiled if left as they were, ho sprinkled tlicm -with salt and lmnjx them in his "smoke house," in Tvhich oalc-hillet was then being burned. The next morning it was evident that his experiment bad been successful. IT began to specialise in this direction, an example which was speedily followed by others, until the fame of the bloater was established in the land. The kipper is a split herring cured in smoke. The late Mr. John "Woodger, of Newcastlc-on-Tyno and Yarmouth, was the fortunate discoverer of this me thod of treating the herring. The ! process of producing the red herring is analogous to that of the bloator, the !...

Publication Title: Bruthen And Tambo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUBMARINE CINEMA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

SUBMARINE CINEMA PICTURES. Among the probabilities of tlio fu ture are moving pictures taken at tho bottom of tho sea. Already a young American, J. Ernest- Williamson, has ' taken snapshots at a depth of thirty- I five feet, and will .suon take a moving-I picture outfit to Jiermuda to procure desired submarine scones. For this | trip a special boat will be used. Wil liamson is a newspaper photographer and cartoonist, liis father, Capt. j. H. Williamson, invented , the flexible sub marine tube from which photographs under the water have 'already been taken Recently in Hampton Roads Wil liamson, the younger, went down in tho tube, -which was fixed into a well at the bottom of a bargo thirty feet long. The well was six feet square. The tube, mado of iron sections -with a water proof cover of rubber and canvas, could be lowered to any depth. At tho bot tom of the tube was tho "work-cham ber, C,': as Williamson calls it, -which may bo of any size. In thia William son sat with an ordinary...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

THE CAUSE OF - RHEUMATISM. Rheumatism is caused by the reton •tion of uric acid in the system, owing to the action of the kidneys being de fective. The .following letters •■will be interesting-to sufferers" from rheuma tism :— . ... - Fioih Miss Hilda Brown, 2 Great Buck ingham-street, Redfern, Sydney, N.S.W. . '■"When I was in Ilobart I jvas taken ill, and got so bad that I lvent to a hospital- ajid after staying about throe months I returned' to Victoria hardly any bettor than when I first went into the hospital; ..The origin of iny trou bles was a. chill, caught nftor taking a. hot bath, with tho result that 1 could hardly movo, the pains in my back and limbs were so excruciating, I seem ed to get 110 relief from my treatment. When I arrived in Victoria I was met by my sister, and was induced by her to try Warner's Safe Cure. After tak ing four bottles I felt some relief, and. by tho time [ had. taken sis more, I was quite well again. From tho time of leaving the hospital I took ...

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Bruthen Telephone Bureau The following are the numbers and the names of the persons so far connected:— [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

Bruthen Telephone Bureau J lie following «re tit*; ninn bnH aiicl tin; names of I lie persona so fur con nected.-— Dr Bond ... ... ... 1 Biitiit of Victori .. ... 2 J. & II. Besley (Tiuubo House.) 3 T. L.Sherrington ... ... 4 G. II; A1 'Dougall (Biutlien Stoiu)5 A, Brookfieid ... _ 6 Jiitiies O'Krefe ... ... 7 J. D Aluecloimld i ... 8 Shire Secretary ... ' 9 \ Archibald & (Jo , Ppy Lid 10 .Holmes, W, E. ... 11 Henshaw, C.;_ ... 12 Brutben is now connected by telephons with a large nniuber of placeB. The fol lowing are the rates of conversations :— First Each extra 3 liiiu. 3 mill. Rairnsdale ... 2d — 2d Benambra is 4d IS Buchan Bulimiwaal 6d Cassilis Is — 9d . Cuninghame 3d 3d, Doctor's Flat ' 8d — fill Ensay 6d 5d Glen Wills Is 4d IS Hinnomunjie is 4d IS Johnsonville 6d 5d' Lake Tyers 4d 3d Lindenow •5d 5d . Luclcnow 2d — 2d Maffra Is - . 9d Mn sifaee Id — Id Nicholson 4d 3d Nowa'Noiva ... 3d — 3d Omuo Is _ 9d (jibost 8d — 6d Sale ... Is — 9d .Sarsfield "... 2d 2d S...

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SOME SALUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

SOME SALUTATIONS. ' T,he prostration and the &nlnam. ss5r stations that many Orientals use, are only more pronounced forms of the bow. So there in a connection between | the embrace, so common iu civilised; countries, and the greeting of a mem ber o. the koinn tribe of British New CrUiiieOy who, m saluting a missionary, placed one arin abou this neck and stroked bim under tlie chin. Among the Masai and the Ukerewo it; is a mark of respect to greet an ae- j fjiiaintance or a stranger by spitting I | at lum, Almost, as strange is the -eus ' torn ascribed to the Tibetans of putting i o\it the tongue by way of salutation, j Rubbing noso is quite common; the ; Burmese and many tribes of Eskimos, Laplanders, and "Malays do so. ! Stranger than any of these customs I is tho weeping salutation that has been ; observed among Central South Atr.er- j ican Indians. This form of greeting j occurs too in the Andaman Islands, New Zealand, and Polynesia. A Pi'i" tugucse explorer thus describ...

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ABOUT MIRRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

ABOUT MIRRORS. 'j The first mirror was doubtless the smooth surface of a clear ami shining pool. AYhat wore the fooling aroused by tho sight nf tin; reflected image ■which t!io primitive man or woman saw in the water, wo can only imagine; hut Williams, the yiissionary, tolls us that sorao of the Fijians held that man had two spirits, a dark one and a light olio, and that tho reflection seen in a pool was tho latter. And when the mission ary placed one of tlicso savages before a minor, this child of Nature stood entranced, and murmured softly:, "Now I can see-into tho world of spirits!" Artificial mirrors have been in uso for thousands of years, as various re lics and literary references from the remote past give evidence. Though vitrified lava and sheets of mica have been put to thi* use, most of tho an cient mirrors — Egyptian, Hebrew, Greek, and Roman—were made of me tal, usually bronze or silver. Metal mirrors continued in use until a late period, and wo find Ilenry the Eighth re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

'T until you are worse before starting a campaign against disease No matter how slight may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that immediate steps be taken to disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not worse, but where health is in question you are never justified in leaving anything to chance, and, as is well known, indis position, insteadof disappearing of its own sweet Will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected.' Your safest course is to % M which are the World's finest household remedy for the cor rection of derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of that sort are indications of digestive disorder, and may be regarded as Nature's warning of worse troubles to. follow if the cause of the present ail ment be not speedily removed. Don't wait until to-morrow but take Beecham's Pills" Price lOid., !/!}•& 2/9. i»nnnumriiniuii|ifT ' We ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

WATSON'S ino SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. JAMES WftrSON & Ci L" DUNDEE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

STONE and CO. (Regd.), ROBERT SCHULTE, Proprietor. WHOLESALE! MEAT SALESMAN, METROPOLITAN MBAT MARKET. NORTH MELBOURNE. Are open to Receive Garcauo Pork and Veal Any Day During tk® Week. Sale» Dally. Highest Frlcsa Roallsod. LRteat Cold Storage Chtmbera. Prompt Account Bales. Correapon<l®nce In Tit«5. See our WfsWy Reports 1b UarSet Report*. Among the smartest ■women of ' to-day is ells whose garments have been reaovsted hers. Sha looks just as if ehe had stepped oat of a band boa. Froia the ostrich feather ia her hat, dotro to the hem of her daiaty ikirt—evarythloK looks brand now, In fact, few beyond b*r sslf wonld gue 83 that every article wao not absolutely new —yet It U aH last ceaion't • goods cleaned or dyed by cso.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

articles that we offer you- Savings on—the Wholej Stock we cany (and it's the Largest in the. district) is priced at a. cost that spells SAVINGS, r-npitalc ynu ever saw l[ For proof of it look at these items: A "WE'RE STILL DODST IT S HAVING had a Most Exceptionally Good Season, we are now left with a quantity of ends. THESE we are Making into Remnants, and; are to be sold Regardless of Cost.' We Have some Striking! Vafue in Dress — tenjjtHs, - THERE are from 6 to 7 yards in each piece,, ranging up to §2/® a Piece. THESE we Intend To Clear at 7/6 and 10/- Each. OUR Customers would, be well^ advised-to inspect these Lines, as the Goods Are Suitable for Autumn Wear, There being some Very Choice Tweeds amongst them. . OUR COSTUME DEPARTMENT- has some Very Choice Lines, viz.:— Print Gnstume.s^ at 4/11, 5/11, 6/6, 7/6,8/6. iPs'Sni Blouses, i/@, i/lff. 39-inch Maids' Oresses, at 3/IB. Flowers and Wings, at 4% & gdeach to olear J. & H. BESLEY, —»T4KM HOUSE,. RUITHEN. The Pl...

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The Man who Dodged Work. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

The Man who Dodged Work. By Charles Plieips Cuslung, in tho "Argonaut." • It's frightfully hard to make some persons understand that when one of literature's vagrants has money enough to last him into the middle of Janu ary he continues to bo rich until he's poor again-. When I'm poor I chase work, take on any sort of hack writing, from interviews to encyclopaedias, but when I'm rich I dodge it. The harder I pursue, the more desperately I have to flee later on. • Or I should say, ra ther, tli.it is the way things used to be ! in tlio days when I was ashamed of my soul and afraid to fling capital back in tho publisher's teeth. As you shrill see. A month ago I looked at iny bank book and with intense gratification dis covered that the balance had readied the unprccemlonted high water mark of 500 dollars. That was enough to change niv whok- attitude towards ex istence. From that time forth until my funds shall sink to zero again I am rich, and despise to recognise labor even as a speak...

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CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

OHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. January 25—Bruthen, Ii a.m. arid 7.3ft., ' p.m.; Sarsfield, 3 p.m. . CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. January J5th—Johrisonville, II a.m.;. Tambo. Upper, 3 p.m.; Bruthen, 7.30^ p.m.

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NERVES AND THE WOMAN. Living Too Hard. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

NERVES AND THE WOMAN. Living Too Hard. This is the age of hard work; when concentration ou whatever one ha;) pens to lake up is essential to su;' cess. The business woman who wan it 10 get on .has to work hard ana live durd evety hour of the day. The pro fessional woman. who slacks will lie passed by other competitors in tfie iacp for fame unit success. Life is so lull of manifold interests that eve'l tile domesticated woman, unless she leads the narrowest of lives, is occu pied all day Ion;;. V'.'n .Have all to livo and work to tde oest of our ability ill this twentieth century, anil it is a very good thing tliat tve have, because it is the life that is full of work and interests that is hest worth living. Uut there is another side to the question. Whilst many women can stand the strain and be all the better for It, a certain number break down. They develop "nerves." they show signs of wear and tear, of over-strain and con stant tension. They begin to fuss over little things, suffe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

— It's^aJHappyjNewSYearg-with {All Owners of a — No road is complete without a FORD CAR. FORD CARS are so ensy to get, because they cost so little, and so easy to keep because the upkeep is so little. FORD owners are happy because FORD CARS bring happiness. . . Semi to-day and get one. r TARRfiMT MOTORS 104-112 RUSSELL STREET, MELBOURNE. Tel. 9200. At Any Hotel Ask For It. IT1® NON ALCOHOLIC. MADE FROM GIPP SLAND> HERBS. IT STIMULATE® THE LIVER j* AND " f KIDNEY*. ' VEHICLES & MOTOR GARS FOR THE PEOPLE COFFEY BROS. Hundreds to Chooie from. New and Secondhand. Value Unequalled. NOTE—187 OUEEN STREET. MELBOURNE, and 620 to 640 CHURCH STREET. SOUTH RICHMOND •K iSCrHSC-KiC-r! BENZ FARMERS and CARRIERS ! Now is the time to strike out and make money by using "BENZ" Waggons and Trailers. • THE most reliable and most economical method of transport ever introduced. ' « WRITE FOR PARTICULARS. I ¥ I i Benz Motor Agency ■ 493 Collins Street, Melbourne <jjj WE ARE SPECIALIS...

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The Times. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 21, 1914 Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

The: Times WEDNESDAY. JAN. 21, 191& Local and General, The annual statement; of accounts o£r he SHire of Tambo appears on our fourth, page. The Tamba shire council have decided; to carry out the scheme for draining the . township at Lakes Entrance, and for this _ purpose a sum of £2000 is to be borrowed. The intentions of the council in this re-' spect were advertised last issue. Should any objection be desired by the ratepay- . ers in the Cuninghame riding to such a proposal now is the time to . demand a poll of, the ratepayers and ascertain their.;, opinion. At a, public meeting held at Tambo Up per recently it was decided to bold the annual sports in aid of the hospital on Thursday, February 26th. The following office bearers were elected to. carry out arrangements—President S. Solomon, vies-president G. Larkins, secretary and treasurer J. T. Reid, committee August Redenbach, W. Nethercote, W. Jenkinson, J. Neal, Ardojph Redenbach, A. Wilson the three principal officers; ...

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CHAPTER XLVII. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

CHAPTER XLVII. .Tohn Cott, in company of his nephew, visited the shop of one Seena, a tobacconist. "I liave come," said Cott, "to claim thf monies for a. certain pipe, do you remember?" "I remember perfectly well," smiled the tobacconist, "but you cannot have the monies." '•Bui, you pirate, I won my case." 'But not the bet," answered Mr. Seena. "Do you deny that the plaintiff did not benefit?" "Not so," replied the tobacconist and philosopher. "But the plaintiff was innocent, so you pay for the pipe. I wished I had charged double for it!" "This is double dealiHg with a ven geance," grumbled John Cott. "I insist upon the return of its very exorbitant price." . "Why not let Miss Burney decide," suggested his nephew, laughing. "A very proper suggestion," agreed the King's Counsel. "I am going to her now. Pirate, give me a box of Seena cigarettes." "With great pleasure, sir, and I ab solutely refuse to charge for them." Voung Mr. Penistone Cott handed the ICC. into a cab. "Good luck, Un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

OPPOSING FORCES' " Why don't they use Lux ?" A little boy said, As he tried to draw His shirt o'er his head. Whilst I grow bigger, My shirt is shrinking, And the opposing forces, I am much thinking Will end in disaster To that shrinking shirt. I can't shrink to suit A shirt shrunken short I must have, room to grow-—' While my shirt says, no. The shirt must suffer, If it still acts so. But the shirt needn't shrink, And I may still "grow— For Lux is made to wash Woollens, White as snow Without any shrinking, Soft as eiderdown. Lux is sold in packets, Everywhere in town. Twopence is the price, And the price is low, If Lux'll give me room, in my shirt to grow. Why do they do it ? If they'd only think To wash wool with Lux, Woollens will not shrink. © Won't Shrink Woollens Levef Brother* Limited, Street Car Conduct or: Hew old nr you, little girl? „ „ Little Girl: I'm paving ,lll! & it isn't necessary for you to ask impel tinent questions. A GOOD BUSINESS SUIT AT A REASONABLE PRI...

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OTHER THINGS IN LIFE. His aunt said to the boy athlete the other day: [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

O'l'IIEU THINGS I.V LIFE. lijs aunt said to the hoy athlete the other <Iav: "J am di^hted to boar of your suc cess on the school baseball train, Har old ; but you roust remember tbai there are other things in life besides baseball." "Yes, aunt; I know," said tlio boy; "but, hang it all! I'm afraid I'm too light, for football or rowing,"

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VAIN REGRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bruthen and Tambo Times — 21 January 1914

V.VIN REGRETS. The serf looks un as kings go by And dreams: "If such .a one wore II" The king Iit'houls tho serf, his toil In ruddy lio:i!tli nmid tlio soil. And turning at liis loathsome easo .lixclaims: "If 1 were such as these!" Thus, neither knowing cither's bent Of sadness and of discontent. fc'o waste, so spent in vain regret, - The lives that might be useful yet.

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