Elephind.com contains 21,876 items from Tungamah And Lake Rowan Express And St. James Gazette
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
SALE OF MT. GWYNNE FREEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
SALE OF JIT. GWYNNE FREEHOLD, Green, Manning mid Co. report having effected the aale, by private treaty, account Donald Murclmou, Esq., "(Jletir View," MuiTrala, of o-0 acres of freehold land, situated at Mount Gvrynne, highly suitablo for cultivation or grazing, at a batiefactory figure, the purchaser being Harry Vagg, Esq., of Mount Gwyune, Mulwaia, N.S.W.
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
TO OUR READERS. Very often an interesting item utay conic under your notice. Vou may witness sumc interesting occurrence which would be of geueral iutereat 10 the public. We inrito you to send it along, writton in a abort, criap style-the crieper the better. The editor will carcfully peruse all com munications sent, whether they be in political, social ur other form, and they will bu treated aa utrictly confidential. All items must, howovor, be well authenticated and from a reliable source. All uom mumcaliooa will bo acknowledged in the correspondence columns. If you do not wish your uamo to appear, U30 a nom-do-plumu, but the name and address must bu sent as a guarantee of good faith. I'leaac write on one aide of the paper only. All communications to be addressed to the Editor.
VALUABLE YARRAWONGA TOWNSHIP PADDOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
VALUABLE YAH RA WONG A TOWX SHIP PADDOCK. Grecu, Maiming and Co. report having sold by public auction, at the Farmers' Anna Hotel, Yarrauonyu, on Saturday, the 21st iuat., account Mr Jatues Clark, a valuable and convenient paddock, on the outskirts o£ the township of Yarraivouga, having a frontage to Pinniger-street, and containing S acres 2 roods 2 perches. A good atten dance of local residents were pruacnt at the auction, including eoveral buyers anxious to sccure such a block, and in consequence iL evoked spirited competition, the hammer eventually falling to the bid of Mr James M'lJonaltl at £27 I0.J per acrc, which price, wo understand, constitutes a record for Yarrawongaland about this area.
Auctioneer's Reports. YARRAWONGA STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
Auctioneer's Reports. VARRAWONGA STOCK SALE. M'l'hersun, Thorn and Co. report ha/iug held their usual fortnightly stock sale at the Yariawonga corporation yards on Thursday, 19th inst., when a fair yarding of both sheep and cattle ciuuc forward to a good attendaueu of buyers. Bidding wan brisk throughout, aud prices ruled well ou a par with late rates. (Sheep-35(i crossbred wcaners. one mark, as dropped, dipped, 12s; 1*20 aged. uieriuo ewes lis lOd, 71 3 and 1 ysar merino weathers 149, crossbred lunibs from 10s fid, 1-s Ud, 14s lid, to llis 9d ; fat crossbred ewes aud wethers from los to i(5s7d. Cuttle-i fat bullocks, to i7 13a, I! fat COWB £7 Ios, .'J fat heifers i'u 7s lid, 1 fat bullock £7. W'u sold on aceouut of Mr Arch. UuruH of Mt Gwyune. an excep tionally prime bullock, brod on the owner's property, and purchased by Mr George JPlummer, for the high price of Xl'J; also one prime cow to Messrs Charles Wcuiysa and Sons for £i) 'is tid.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
WEDDING. STONE-MONTGOMERY". On Wednesday of last week Mr Roberb Stone (eldest eon of Mr R. Stone, of The Almonds) wan joined in wedlock to Miss Ellon May Mont» gomery (eldest daughter of Mr H. Montgomory, of L^ke Rowan). The ceremony took placo ab the residence of the bride's parents, the Rev. Mr Sieggall being the ofiiciating clergy man. The Misses Gladys Stone and Elsie Irvine acted as bridesmaids, while Mr H. Irvine was besb man. The bride, who was given away by her father, was handsomely attired in embroidered net, over whita silk, together with the customary wreath and vfil. Misa Stone wore a pretty j dresa of blue silk crepe, with white i ailk sash. Mies Irvine was nicely dressed in embroidered voile, vvith old rose silk belt. After the ceremony, the guests sad down to an excellent breakfast, the Llev Mr Steguall pre siding. Justice havins bsen done to the good things provided, tha chair mac proposed th» health of "Tha Bride and Bridegroom," and Mr Stone suitably responded. "T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
Bobinesb NOTICES AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS! T. ALLATT £eg« to announce baring completed opening up AUTUMN 4 WINTER GOODS. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT MISS DUNKLEY Iiaa charge of this department, which is fully stocked with the very Latest Novelties iu Millinery. All New and Right Up-to-dato. FIRST SHOW- SATURDAY, MARCH 2Sib. -C0 dress DEPARTMENT We have opened up a Urge range of Dress Fabrics, including Tweeds, Serges, Costume aud Amazon Cloths, Winceya, etc, A Tory full range of .Donegal Tweeds, Astrslla Olotb, Cberiot *nd Coating Sergrg. Fnll ra^ee of Trimmings. MISS EDS ALL hai now reaumed duties in the DreBimaking Department. ALSO SHOWING.- A Nice Selection of LADIES' & CHILDREN'S COATS, including Silk Mackintoshes, HydrotiteB and Blauket Tweeds; also Ladies and Children's GolferB. A Completo Range ef MEN'S CLOTHING, SHIRTS Ac., OVERCOATS (UydrotiteB and Waterproof). SUITS MADE TO MEASURE.-Styles and Patterns up to date. Patterns better than erer. BLANKETS, FLANNELS. CALICO, SHEE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
Bubisess NOTICKS g*tj.eenslan>d INSURE WITH A TOTALLY AUSTRALIAN COMPANY ? iiV:rr Fire, Live Stock, Crops, Stacks, Personal Accident, Employers' Liability, Etc., ' Etc. fc£3a>£j»'.«t3«z 2i«i -tri* All Information will be Supplied by the Local Agent J. S. HILL New Hearl©©® Windmills ALSTON'S 1912 PATENT The \JcchatiUm is of llio simplest form, consist jug of ouly 'l'ii roe Maving Parta, which aru entirely enclosed in *. dust-proof cape and run in hii oil b*th. Fitted throughout with Steel Ball Bearings, which make it Flic tionless, Noiseless and Unbearable. The Simplest, ^trouguBt and Lightest Running Mill ever Manufactured. vVBlTE FOIt OATALUU. Orer 30,000 "Alston" Mills in use throughout Australia. ALSTON'S IMPROVEDPATEKTPORTABLE STEEL FRAMED GALVANIZED STOCK TROUGH. The BEST TROUGH liver Invented ir Supplied la AU Length!. THE CHEAPEST £ MOST DURABLE TRDU9H EVER INVENTED. S:;:d :or Pricc L:,l, JAMES ALSTON PATENTEE & MAll U FACTUKEK. \Y:::o:r.i'.l F.ictcry, .VEEN'S B...
The Express. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. Mr Fisher's Campaign. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
fk fxssvwi. THURSDAY, MARCH '2(3, 1914. Mr Fisher's Campaign. [jj opening an electioneering campaign a Labor loader is heavily handicapped. The policy ho Iws to announce is al ways that of the party, determined by the wirepullers of tho leagues in conference assembled, and duly pub lished for the information of fiiend and foe alike. All theu that Mr Fisher could do when he recently optDed his platform campaign, was to show exactly what points in the official policy of the Opposition he and thoaB in closest touch with him intend to stress. Preference to Union ists in its crudest, most extreme form, is to be pushed to the front. There i^ to I e no truco with the wage earner who deliberately remains outside his Union. "5len who are con-unionists are mostly the sneaks of society," was Mr Fisher's uncompromising ntterance, and his word3 give tho independent worker an idea of what he may axpect if Libor secures another lease of oflice. Passing the merits of de merits of preference, tlin c...
CHURCH SERVICES. FOR SUNDAY NEXT. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. FOK SUNDAY NEXT. CHURCH 01? ENULAND. Tnnguirmh-11 Bonmahnoomoonah-.'J Yarrawonga-"I.:iO -llcv. J. \V. I'. O.itca. MKTHODIST. XuNUAMAii CIHCDIT - Tungunmh 7.0C. liev li. G. I'erkms; Wnggaraudull .>,. liew E. U. I'erkinir; Dovi-uish 11, Mr Amery; .Stcwurton 2..'JO, MR Amcry; Wattville I!, Itev 15. C. Perkins. KATA.MATITK CIKUUIT- Kfttumutitu Mr J Delarue, 7.HO, Ruv X. Roberta: Dun buIbMano U, llev 1\ Roberts, 7.!>0, Mr Deluruc; Vouarans 11, MrDevunisli; Yomuimile ,'i, Bcv T. Boberte. PKESBYTMUAN. Tuny.innUi-11 &ud 7.;jo Burraminc-I! -llev. Angui M'NiMigbton.
£500,000 AN OUNCE LATEST FACTS ABOUT RADIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
£500,000 M OUNCE LATEST FACTS ABOUT RADIUM. - (By T. Thome Baker, in "The Dally Mail"). The rarest thing in the world. Mr Mallaby-Dccley, in his recent pur chase of tho Bedford estates, could have paid for the whole transaction with a small teacupful of radium. At its present price, one ounce of ra dium is worth about half a million pounds, and though rwriv sources of mineral and improved" methods of ex traction may ultimately bring the price much lower, its rarity will always re main, because it occurs in nature in such infinitestimally small quantities. Since its discovery radium has been a thing of extreme fascination to the scientist, while the general public have regarded it with mild curiosity. But its recent effects in the treatment of can cer have made it a thing of absorbing interest to the. whole world. There are various sources for obtain ing radium, for it occurs always in a fixed proportion with the metal uranium. Wherever we find uranium we are sure to find the one thr...
CATHOLIC FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
CATHOLIC FEDERATION. The second amiual roport of the Victorian branch of the Australian Catholic Federation haa been issued by the State Council. It shows that ouli branches of the Federation have been formed in Victoria, with about 5000 workers as members of the branch Council?. Over 40,000 members were en rolled duriug last year. Prominence is given in tho report, to the education ijubk tion, in connexion with which public meetings have been held in all the impor tant ccr.trcs throughout Victoria. One hundred thousand copies of a leaflet deal ing with the question have been distributed. The State Council expresses a determination to persist in bringing under the notice of tair-mindttd non-Catholics tlio injustice of the preseut system as it affects Catholic citizens. The Federation is also actively opposing the proposal to introduce sectarian teaching into the public schools of Victoria. It contends that a question involving the conscientious rights of any citizens is not a suitab...
BREAMS IN ANTARCTIC VISIONS OF JAM TARTS [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
BREAMS IN ANTARCTIC VISIOXS OF JAM TARTS At a council meeting' of the Royal Geographical Society on Tuesday (says "Lloyd's Weakly News" of January IS) it was resolved to vote the sum of £1000 towards tl\c Imperial Trans Antarctic expedition under the leadership of Sir Ernest Shackleton. Sir Ernest is being deluged with let ters. They come from "all sorts and conditons of men"-people who wish to join the expedition, subscribers to the fund, scientists with advice that, being founded on real knowledge, is likely to be useful, and amateur scientists who no doubt mean weli, but who know nothing of Antarctic conditions. "The volunteers," said Sir Ernest, on Tuesday, "now number 1500. They in clude members of all walk of life-po licemen, omnibus drivers, and doctors of science. To-clay's post has brought us subscriptions of sums from 2/G up wards. "On our last southern journey the favorite books were Browning's Poems, Borrow's Bible in Spain, Arthur Young's 'Travels in France,' and Shakes...
KATAMATITE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
KATAMATITE. At'tho annual meeting of the local mechanics' committee, Mr Jab. Hughes was re-elected President, and Mr Crow vice-president. The annaal report showed that the past year bad been most euccesBfal, and a resolution was passed that the advisability of erecting a super room be discussed at a meeting to be held in a fortnight's time. The secretary, Mr J. Heyma, who is con templating a trip to London, was granted six months leave of absence.
PEACE WITH AMERICA VISCOUNT BRYCE'S GIFT [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
PEACE WITH AMERICA VISCOUNT HRYCE'S GIFT A letter from Viscount Bryce convey ing- the gift of a copy of the only authorised portrait of Mary Ball Wash ington, was read at a meeting yester day of the British Committee for the Celebration of tlio Centenary of Peace between England and the United States (states "The Daily News" January 23). The meeting, over which the Duke of Teck presided, accepted the gift with hearty thanks, and ordered that the picture be suitably framed and placed in Sulgrave Manor, Northants, the ancestral home of Washington. It was announced that £50,000 was still required for the Centenary Fund for carrying out the British programme for the celebration, and that an appeal for that amount would be issued imme diately after the Mansion House meet ing on February 4, which is to be ad dressed by the Prime Minister, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the Duke of Teck. At the close of the meeting the Duke of Teck, Lord Shaw (chairman of the executive), and Lord Cowdra...
HAGENBECK ZOO ANIMALS IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
HMENBECK ZOO ANIMALS IN LONDON Since the publication, some four years ago, of an English translation ot Carl IHagenbeck's "Thieren und ^Menschen" (says "The Spectator") so much has been written of the Hagenbeck methods of exhibiting wild animals, and so many contrasts have been drawn between Zoos with and without cages, that there will no doubt be a large number of visitors attracted to Olympia to see for themselves the Hagenbeck collection of animals now on view in that mucli-en during building. A certain proportion, perhaps, will finish their visit with somewhat mixed feelings. That will particularly be the case with those who know best the conditions under which animals are shown to the public in lie gent's Park. For in bringing the "Wonder Zoo" to London, and in put ting forward the many claims for it with which advertisement has made us familiar, what the proprietors have really done is to challenge a close com parison with the methods of the Lon don Zoological Gardens, and not...
ENGLAND AND GERMANY SPEECH BY AMBASSADOR [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
ENGLAND AND GERMANY SPEECH BY AMBASSADOR Prince Lichnowsky, German Am bassador, presided at a festival dinner held- at Newcastle-on-Tyne last night, in aid of the funds of the German Mission to the Seamen and Sailors' Home, South Shields (says "The Daily Telegraph" of January 14), and in the course of his remarks expressed the opinion that the good relations that had so long existed between Great Britain and Germany would, with the help of a fuller mutual understanding and a still better realisation of the possibilities of peaceful development, always be maintained. The company included the Earl of Durham, Lord Allendale, the Rev. Dr. Harms (presi dent of the mission), the Lord Mayor of Newcastle, and Sir Thomas Oliver. The German Ambassador proposed the toast of the King. "His Majesty," he said, "has at all times manifested the most sincere sympathy and inte rest in every undertaking of a philan thropic nature, and has not limited his endeavors for the diminution of human suffering...
ST JAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
ST JAMES.' . (From Our Correspondent), Mr Ckas. Harris (St Jauie3) waa the fortunate winner of a double with "Bonnie Musk at the Goorambat Picuic liaoes on Saturday last. A challenge tennia much will be played here on Siturday next between Lake liowan and St James. The former are the challengers. What might have proved a serious conflagration w-is arerted here on Friday last. The rear p.irfc of a shed, owned by Mr 0. W. Morris, store keeper, in which explosivee are stored, took tire. By the prompt action 011 the part of Mrs Ludeman, Mrs Fortune, and Mr Morris (who first pulled tb» explosives out) and who were assisted by willing helpers, the fire was sup pressed before much damage was done. All the wheat stacked on the perma nent way of the station has been trucked to bhe sea board. Farmers have & large quantity stacked in the grain shed. Mr J. H. lEon's new residence is near completion, and is a decided acqui sition to the town.
WIZARD OF MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 26 March 1914
WIZARD OF MENTONE (By G. Valentine Williams in " The Daily Mail.") Every morning without fail about 8 o'clock he conies over from Bordighera, which lies like a white, tapering finger stretched out into the sparkling Medi terranean. He is always a trifle flush ed, for lie comes in a tremendous hurry knowing that he has a hard day's work before him. Until 4 o'clock or there abouts he stays in Mentone, revealing with his magic wand a myriad marvel lous beauties of which before his com ing we had no knowledge; then, with a delicate blush and slowly, for ne is very tired, he slips away behind the darkling slopes of Cap Martin to west ward, and winter, which his presence banishes, steals over Mentone once more. Monte Carlo, round a couple o£ pro montories 'o the west, has its casino and its elegants and enegantes, its opera with its world-famous singers, its theatre with great Parisian artists "dans leurs creations." Here in Men tone at present we have only one great artist that counts, a...