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Victorian Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Victorian Directory. With the advent, of the new year there comes to the public the new is sue >of Sands and McDougall's Direc tory. This useful work, which has grown until it now contains 3084 pages, has no less than 88 pages de voted to particulars of residents in city, streets, while 674 pages give'simi lar information respecting suburban streets. Country towns are dealt with in 592 ;pages, while a complete alpha betical list of the whole State occu pies 1089 pages. There are also-trades .and professional directories for both the city and country, while separate lists give names and addresses of apiarists, fruit-growers, farmers, dairy farmers, poultry breeders, graziers, and vignerons. Pull particulars re specting Government, municipal and ecclesiastical institutions and asso ciations, and a list of Melbourne pay days are also furnished. The volume, which is q distinct advance even on its excellent predecessor, is one of the greatest value, and is said to be the only one of t...
A Remarkable Case. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
. A-Remarkable Case. The following letter contains an interesting story: From Mrs. F. Alexander, 488 Parra matta-road, Petersham, Sydney, N.S.W. "About fourteen years ago my son was suffering from Briglit's disease and was taken to t!je hospital where he remained for eight weeks, -when, as he became worse than when he went in, he asked me to take him home. I did so, and whilst at home, he found a pamphlet about Warner's Safe Cure, and decided to try it. I got him a bottle and he commenced to take it. He was passing blood in his urine and his urine was full of albumen and sugar. The doctors said that he had a stone in the kid neys and that that was the cause of the bleeding. However, he subse quently had X-ray treatment, and it was found that there was no stone there at all. I give Warner's Safe Cure the sole credit of effecting his cure. He has never suffered from the disease since and is now a thor oughly strong, healthy man. About a year ago I was suffering from a floating kidney,...
REDUCE YOUR FAT. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
REDUCE YOUR FAT. The best feature about "FORMET TES" for reducing fatness is that it la absolutely safe and unlike so many fat-reducing methods It produces no weakening effects. On the contrary, those who have taken "FORMETTES FOR FATNESS" tell you that owing to the Increase o£ appetite which "Formettes" cause, they actually GAIN IN STRENGTH with every pound of excess fat they lose. If YOU want to reduce your weight without dieting or exercising and at a mere nominal cost, the only thing to do is to take "Formettes" for a week or two until you are sufficiently reduced In -weight, when you will find the happy results to bo quite perman ent. "Formettes" are sold by all Chemists and most Drapers at 5/3 per carton (one carton frequently be ing all that is required to reduce to normal weight), or they will be for . warded under cover direct from S. H. Hensh^ll, Chemist, 246 Clarendon-st., j South Melbourne.
DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
CAIRY NOTES. The way to secure a good dairy nerd is to breed it and produce it on the farm rather than to depend upon purchases every season. Keep the milking-shed dry and clean, "fis a serious affair when old Bossy slips on a wet floor and strains her milk. In dirty milk there is often a lot of organisms known as digestive bac teria, which have the power of digest ing or dissolving the casein of milk. As the casein is the milk constituent .vhieh is coagulated by rennet to form ..tie curd in clieesemaking, these or ganisms lessen the cueese yield, as the dissolved casein passes on in the .vlicy. The casein in coagulating takes in the milk fat, and the less jasetn milk contains the more fat will be lost in the whey. The albu men of milk, which Is not affected by -cnnet, is always present in the whey. Dairy products are the farm's most ?perishable products, and the farmer .vho is going into dairying must And a ready and quick market for his 3ommodities before he can safely en ter upon...
Scholarship Examinations. BRIGHT DISTRICT AGAIN SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Scholarship Examinations. BRIGHT DISTRICT AGAIN SUC CESSFUL. THE results of the State scholarship ex aminations, held in December, were made known on Monday, and, to the delight of parents throughout the district, a Harrietville student. Miss Alice M. M'Quilton, Rained first place on the list of State Elementary schools with an average attendance of ISO. The com petitions were held for 100 ordinary junior scholarships, 60 teaching scholar ships, and SO junior technical scholar ships. Each examination was competi tive, and the total number of scholars who competed was between 800 and 900 To gain pride of place is certainly a great honor, and in doing so Miss M'Quilton has worthily upheld the reputation of the Bright district. The credit of achieving such a position is due in a very great measure to the careful teaching and ability displayed by the head master of the Harrietville school (Mr H. H. Ben nett), who since has been warmly con grated on all sides for his untiring energy in t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
"Wolfe's and THE SAFEST OF DRINKS TRUSTEES' ASSOCIATION LTD. 89-91 QUeVn ST.. MELBOURNE. Value of Trust Estate, approx., £2.700.nn0. AUTHORISED CAPITAL. £250,000. SUBSCRIBED, £150.000. ATX CLASSES OF TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR BUSINESS. All Director." have country interact* and Country Estates are a Specialty DIRECTORS.-W. M. Hyndman. Esq.. Chairman: I-Ton. John Thomson M.L.A.: Harry P. Henty, Esq.: A O. Outhwaite, Esq.; Hon. F. G. Clarke. M.L.C. Money to Lend without Commission Applications will be promptly dealt with and Valuation Fees, etc., quoted Manager: Arthur Grcnbry Outhwaite, J.P. Send for Association's Pamphlet, civ Ine fullest in.ormation. Wash Your Clothes I with "RINSO" I _ EASILY DONE I | P You simply dissolve the contents of j| jj a packet in cold water to the con- §j | sistency of cream; then add two H B quarts of boiling water. Partly fill j| M a washing trough or tub with cold lb water, add the "RINSO" liquid, pf H place the clothes in, and leave them ^ , || to soalc al...
Church Services. Sunday, 4th February, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Ghuroh Sen/loos. Sunday, 4th February. 1917. METHODIST-Wandiligong 11, Rev. \V E. Jennings'; S.m., Rev. L. E. Egan! Lee; Bright 1130 a.m. Rev h. E Egan-Lee ; 7 p.m.. Rev. W. E. Jennings' Porepunkah 3, Rev. W. E. Jennings' Freeburgh 3, Harrietville 7, Rev. H. Oldmeadow. CHORCH OF ENGLAND Bright 7, and 11, Wandiligong 10, Porepunkah 3.15, Rev. G Bratnmall PRESBYTERIAN.-Porepunkah U a.m Wandiligong 3.30 p m , Bright 7 p.m.! Mr A. McKeuzie Harrison.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Assurance Co. Ltd. Established 17Q3 WORKERS' COMPENSATiON Fire. Accident. Losses by Bush Tires and Lightning STe mode good by this Company AGENTS WANTED. DALGETY & Co. LTD. 'MELBOURNE. General Agents lor Victoria. The Phoenix Insure* CROPa ml 8TACK8 against damage by FIR8 and Crops sgainst damage hj KAIL STONES. We love peace as we abhor pusillan imity; but not peace at any price. There is a peace more destructive of the manhood of living man than war is destructive of his material body. Chains are worse than bayonets. fUMJR POULTRY WANTED-HYL3NDS Hyland's buy Ducklin.es, Chickens, Turkeys at per 11). live weight. i Hyland's pay Top Prices for Old Here, any breed. 1 Hyland's save you commission and cartage, crate sent free. Hyland's will post you a monthly price list; obtain one before selling elsewhere. DAVID HYLAND & SONS PTY. LTD. Exportrs, Sennitt'a Freezing Works, Melbourne. i RADIANT CALENDAR ALARM CLOCK the Park. It i, s. Saves striking * li>;ht at night. A...
Myrtleford Market. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Myrtleford Market. FLANAGAN NEWMAN & Co. report hav ing held their usual fortnightly market Wednesday, when they had a particularly largo yardiDg of aheep and a fair yarding of oattle forward to a good attendanoe of buyers. Prices for aheap were good, and we succeeded in effecting a total clear ance of all lots offered. Prices for fat cattle were again good, though hardly a9 brisk as our last sale here. Pigs, best forward stores 59/, 49/, 47/, 46/; bacon piga to £3 10/; strong slips, 36/6, 35/. Best wethers, 32/4; others 29/, 28/5, 28/2, 27/9 to 26/9 and at all prices from 26/ down to 23/7; best ewes 30/ and at prices down to 23/9; aped awes 25/8 to IS/1; best lambs 25/6 to 25/1 to 23/7 and at all prices from 23/ down to 19/1; store ewes in lines at 31/3 Best vealers to /10 15/, others £6 71 to £6 1/; beat heifers £14 10/ to £13 to £12 6/ to ,£12 and at prices from £11 15/ down to £10 11; best bulloote, light weights, at £14; best cows at £14 to £13 15/ to ,£13 101 and at p-...
Paramount Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Paramount Pictures. IN another column, Meaara Paterson and Jarratt, owners of the Paramount Pictures, announce that it is their intention to visit this district, and will open at Victoria Hall on Tuesday, 13th inat., when a special programme of new and up-to-date films will be presented Writing of the exhibition given in Albury by the company on Saturday evening last, the "Border Morning Mail" says : "The Paramount Pictures showed the usual excellently selected programme to a good audience on Saturday night The evening was hot, but the patrons of the Mechanics', had the benefit of the fine breeze. The star picture was a Fox production entitled "Sporting Blood," in six reels. The picture was beautiful, dazzling the eye, astounding the mind, ftirring the heart. It overshadowed anything previously conceived or ex ecuted by film producers. There was a splendid supporting programme, and "Billy Ritohie" caused uproarious laugh ter among the young and old. During the interval Mies Vera Hel...
Myrtleford Special Cattle Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Myrtleford Special Cattle Sale. FLANAGAN NEWMAN a Co. report hav ing held a special sale of store cattle at their Myrtleford yards on Monday, 29th iust., when they yarded 4R7 head of cattle of all classes, lo a good attendance of buyers. The j-arding met the best com petition that has been seen at Myrtleford since its inception, and comprised a very fine lot of fresh condition and well bred cattle, the best we have had the pleasure of submitting to auction at Myrtleford, notwithstanding that we have had a large number of sales, com prising good yardiugs. A large percent age of the cattle yarded on Monday comprised big bullocks of fattening age.' in very forward condition, good cows and calves, speyed heifers, springers and young stock, and the sale was admitted to be the best that has been held in the North-Eastein district, both for quality and prices obtained. Top price for bul locks was obtained by J. J. Cleland for a pen of bullocks which made £15 15/, pur chased by Weston Bros....
Apprehensive. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Apprehensive. Sad - looking stranger, leaning against a lamp-post at the corner, to policeman: "It is strange how some (lays are unlucky." Policeman: "'Tis curious. Any thing bad happened to you to-day?" "Well, it started with finding my watch stopped: then my razor slipped, tind my chin looked like a damaged tomato. Then at breakfast Bobby spilt his milk down my sleeve, and 1 felt like a rice-pudding. Then as 1 was rushing up the stops at the sta tion a fellow trod on my umbrella and broke the bottom off, and I lost my train talking to him; and then " but here a watering-cart came quick ly round the eoi'ner and drenched the dismal stranger from knee down wards. He gazed with a sickly smile, and remarked: "There, what did 1 tell you?" "Better go home and dry yourself," remarked the sympathetic policeman. "So I had; but, mind you, I don't care a ha'p'orth what's occurred up to now. What makes me all on the shako is what the dickens is going to happen next!"
DAIRY SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
BAifiv success. The eSsBhti&i eienieilts Of dairy success >&r%}=~ IligK-proQlicitilg cOv.'S; Ecdiiaiiiicai drop . production and feeding; ilrrftnged and adapted to the fariili Clgahliliess in Handling the pro duct; Economy iii marketihg. Closfe-iii, well-watered, well-drained and fertile iahdi Good equipment; and last, but not least, eterfldl ttiid linreniittiiig toil.
THEY HAVE GOT IT! Early Ambitions Attained. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
THEY HAVE GOT IT! Early Ambitions Attained. Sir Jolin JlcCluro (tile famous headmaster of Mill Hill School) said not long ago, in speaking to the | writer:-"Krom my boyhood I always used to think how much I would like some day to be head of it big public school. But I was never able to go to one myself, and, though 1 went through Cambridge aiid did some teaching, various tilings into which I need not go further here, led nie to take up the Bar as a profession, and I was 'called' at the lilner Temple In November, 1890. I had then though as much yearning after my early desire as ever, in one way ?iven up all hopes or expectations of aver being at til' head of one of the great public schools of England, of course. Nothing could possibly have ?eemed more improbable at that tiiiie. Vet whilst I was still In chambers ttt j Lincoln's Inn, the governors of Mill Hill School offered me the vacant post of headmaster therei I had never sought the position, and Had . never for a moment even imSg...
Another Weed Pest. THE RAGWORT [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Another Weed Pest, THE RAGWORT RFOENTIY annlh'-r weed peat in the Ot dHKict haa l>een iden itiw] hMuuh jj,r J. Pcry, of Omeo, which pr.miisea i" L as difficult to eradica'e ae S: John's Wo* A plant wae brought into turn from (v" Plains and B'ated to bo growing the"? considerable quantity, wrn a vie* 5 seeing whether he could identify j| v eent a plant to the Government Bote!' for the purpose of examination, and & ceived the following reply The specimen forwarded by yQa j, determination ia Seneeio Jacobica, t ".Ragwort," a native of Europe andM now introduced and widely epread img State. It ia proclaimed tinder the Thijj Act for the whole of Vic'ona The appearance of a poisonous known aa ragwort h-ts bm-n noticed ia£j . forest county to the south or Colac doria the paBt two years. It is tupposM '/ have been introduced with ryegrass jsj from New Zealand a few years »gt>, uj > ha3 since spread with alarming raptditr Tlie thistle ,inspector of the Colic i(£ who is direc...
Bucket Dredging In Malay States. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Bucket Dredging in Malay States. AT a recent meeting of members of the Federated Malay Slates Chamber of Mines, held at Ipot, the following par lieulnrs were given of tlio possibilities of I he dredging indu«try there by Mr A- C Perkins, general manager of Malayan I in Dredging Ltd. Mr Perkins said In view of the prominence into which bucket dredging as a BVBtem of mining has come during the past* two or three yearB in these States and the important place which it now occupios BB a method of working tin »11uvio!s, it is, I think, quite fitting that the subject should receive the serious at tention of this Chamber cf Mines. It is just n li'tle over four years since Malayan Tin Dredgiug company in this field, commenced operations, 'ind during the interval since that time 12 other bucket dredges have been built and i>ot to work in Perak, representing a capital ex penditure of something like £300,000 on dredging plant. The quantity of tin now being produced by thin method aggregates ...
A New Fodder. WILL IT CHECK ST. JOHN'S WORT? [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
A Hew Fodder. WILL IT CHECK ST. JOHN'S WORT? THERE is successfully established in the back yard of the Yackandandah ''Times'' office a grass new to Victoria, and one which promises to be successful on the poorer land of the district. It is called "Napier's Fodder or Elephant Grass." In Rhodesia it is being adopted as the mainstay of the grazier, and the South African Agricultural Department reports on- it as "a fodder of great value which resists both frost and drought." Once established it is a permanent pasture. Mr Harrison, of N.S.W., from whom the seed was obtained, states that he cut 27 tons of green fodder to the acre, and that the grass is more succulent and nourish ing than maize. If the grass yields any. thing like what ia claimed for it, w.e prophesy great things for it, as it is growing to perfection on common and somewhat poor clay land. Without irri gation it maintains a rich dark green color through the hot weather, and the stems of the Btools are over half an inch in ...
AUSTRALIA PLAYS THE GAME. How British Imperialism Concerns Us. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
AUSTRAL?A PLAYS THE GAME. How British Imperialism Concerns Us. Imperialism ia a national sense of 1 necessity for room to expand. In indent times It led tile Romans to spread from the seven hills on the Tiber all over the known world. Eng lish imperialism is also, comparatively speaking, an old growth. England was always too small for the tremen dous spirit of enterprise and endeavor contained in it, the striving of the ohi Norse spirit to go forth and conquer. Hundreds of years ago the English fought in France to possess France. When they found France unconquer able they turned their energies to wards the incorporation of Scotland and Ireland. That accomplished, they fixed their eyes seawards. Only some of the far-off parts of the world were then in the possession of other na tions, most of them were unattached. J Subsequently tllero Was much discov ery oil the part of England and much fighting, and the Nineteenth Century I witnessed the grand triumph of her j Imperialism, a world-...
Nasty. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 February 1917
Nasty. Miss Richly,, who had been enter taining a few feminine friends (all more or less envious of their hostess), was exhibiting a fine collection of old coins. "This," she remarked, "is the gem of the collection. It is a very valu able gold coin, and was issued at the time of the Battle of Waterloo." "Indeed!" said one of the "friends" sweetly. "I wonder that you weren't tempted to spend it when it was nice and new."