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SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
SCARSDALE. A laage gathering of parents assem bled at the school on Monday. The children repeated the Declaration under the direction of the head-master, Mr Anderson, and the Royal Salute was played by Trumpeter Geoff. Walker, son of Mr Chas. Walker, president Old Boys' Association. Mr S. Statton, chairman of the School Board, welcomed the visitors, and addressed the children, " The Sea is Britain's Glory " was sung by the school children. Mayor Daniel, who was received with cheers, said he had great pleasure in being present to honor the Flag and Empire. He had played in the sohool-yard as a boy, and his son, who was now at the front, had also played there. They should honor the flag more than ever. Their boys were doing their duty right well. He was proud of them. The song " Native Land " was sung by the school children, Sergt. Nicholson wa3 introduced by Mr Chas. Walker. He said it was a privi lege to help the children, and advised them to keep on the right path and they would be...
Smythesdale Council. Wednesday, 19 th May. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
Wednesday, 19 th Ma?. Present.—Cra M^Menemin^Mayor), . W. T. Williamson, J. Elder, J. Creed, M. M'Carthy, C. Harridge, and Kirk. COBBESPONDENCE. From Department of Agriculture, ask ing to be supplied with the area under wheat in the borough this season.—-The Mayor remarked that the area under wheat in the borough this year was de cidedly larger than last season, but at the most it was not very much. He was pleased to see that some of the councillors—Or McCarthy in particular —had taken the lead this year in break ing new ground. Outside the borough boundary, however, there were signs on all sides of areas being cultivated that had not been touched for years. In fact, the demand for seed oats was so great that they could not be supplied. Cr Williamson observed that cultivation was extending on all side3 of the bor ough, and, while Cr Elder led the way in onion-growing, the country should be brought under the notice of the fruit growers as being unsurpassed in any other part of the St...
An Ominous Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
An Ominous Selection. „A member of our congregation tells a story of a minister who, rising to address his flock, announced that the subject of his discourse would be "A Man's Wife." "And now," he added, "we will first sing the hymn beginning: " 'From every stormy wind that blows, From every swelling tide of woes, There is a calm, a sure retreat— 'Tis found beneath the mercy seat.' " And he couldn't imagine why the wives of the congregation present all looked daggers at him. Dr. Pillem: Are you going to call a consultation? Dr. Bolus: I think not. I don't be lieve the p*tien* i has that much money
Snake Valley News. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
The Carngham branch A.N.A. met on Wednesday nighty Mr H. Burgdorf (vice president) in the chair. Accounts amount ing to £24/7/8 were passed for payment. The treasurer's report -was £28 lis 4d. The following officers were elected for the ensuing half-yearPresident, Mr H. Burgdorf ; vice-president, Mr E. Crim mins; treasurer, Mr A. Callaghan ; secre tary, Mr G-. A. Cheeaeman; assistant sec retary, Mr J. Jones ; auditors, Messrs J. Ryan and D>. M'Donald; committee, Messrs G-. Coster, P. Wright, W. Bass, M, Nugent, and "W. Kilfoyle. The annual dance,;whieh ifl to be plain and fancy, is to be held on June 4th, the proceeds to go to the Belgian Relief Fund.
Tommy's Tact. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
Tommy's Tact. Tilings had certainly looked black for the very young lieutenant whea his colonel discovered him in sweet communion with his daughter. What could he say when he "was summoned to explain himself? As a general rule, men are helpless "when in love, hut cot bo our lover. He was made of sterner stuff than to knuckle under. "Have you any explanation to offer for your conduct?" the colonel de manded sternly. "Sir," answered our hero, bringing his hand up to a smart salute, "I hare the honor to report an engagement at close quarters, in which I hara been entirely victorious. It no"W only remains for you to give consent to the terms of surrender!" He carried the day. Wife (at two a.m.): Wake up, John! Wake up! There's a burglar in the next room. Husband (sleepily): Well, I've no revolver. You go in and .ook daggers at him.
Skipton News. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
I The concert on Saturday evening in aid o£ the Belgian and Servian relief funds and the local branch of the Bed Cross Society, was highly successful, the hall being crowded, i A moat enjoyable programme was given by a Ballarat company, consisting of Messrs W. H. Chandler, J. H. Davey,; W. Coltman,- H. . Brown, Mrs Fred. Da vies and Miss Frances'.. Nicholl. A bright comedietta,-1" A Lady of Birtbj" was played' by "Messrs W. and Bi Chandler, H. -Mrs B. E._ Tunbridgeii ; atid MialXoisjChSndley. ;Bfr;W. H. Chandler pat «p a bos of cbocoiatea at auction, and ■ nett^SSt ;fof the aweetei: A second aactioa •On behalf, ofc tfe&Bed Cross ^Societyrealised: ! £25 &. k The* final purchaser; Mr Coltman, presented the chocolates'to the local State school,. Altogether, the effort realised up* I wapJtf'df £65. • The visitors, who came at their own expense, were royally entertained at tlie conclusion of the performance. The-Ghymkana in aid of the Belgian Belief Fund has been postpone...
Quite Right. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
Quite Right. The attitude, before tha Trar, ol the average Briton towards the "inraaloil bogey" is well illustrated by a dis cussion which took place in the smok ing-room of a Swiss hotel between a German and an Englishman as to the merits of their respective arm ies. The former "believed- in diaci plice and trained troops as thorough ly as he believed in the ultimate fate of Britain. The Englishman believed in train ing, too, but held that a lot depend ed upon the material trained. "Given," quoth he, "that brains ara lacking, no amount of physical train ing will make up for them. Take the British troops; they may not be bo oil trained as yours, but seei how ^y fight. It's because of their i ins." 'Nonsense," rejoined the aroused German. "Untrained troops can never stand against well-drilled oner. Take your country, for example. What would you do if Germany landed an army of two hundred and fifty thou sand perfectly-drilled and perfectly equipped men on your shores?" "Bury them," wa...
THE Exenville Standard, PUBLISHED EVEBY SATUBDAY. Printed and published by LIONEL SPARROW, sole Proprietor, at the office of the "Granville Standard" newspaper, Clyde street. Linton, in the State of Victoria. Registered at the General Post Office, Melbourne, for transmission as a newspaper. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
PUBLISHED EVEBY SATUBDAY. Printed and published by Lionel Spahrow, sole Proprietor, at the office of the "Granville Standard" newspaper, Clyde street. Linton, in the State of Victoria. Registered at the General Post Office, Melbourne, for transmission as a newspaper. SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1915. The monthly meeting of the Grenville Shire Council will be held on Thursday. Two contraots are advertised. The rainfall for the past week at Linton was 84 points. For May, 293 points— nearly three inches—haa fallen. The new Roman Catholic Church at Linton will be officially opened on Sunday next by the Bishop of Ballarat. All are cordially invited to attend. Thfr half-yearly meeting of the Linton branch A.N.A. was held on Saturday night at the Shire Hail; the president, Mr L. Sparrow, in the chair. Amongst the correspondence was a letter from Dr. Donaldson stating his terms for taking the members on his medical list. The secretary, Mr A. J. Smith, and Mr F. W. Mitchell were appointed to confer wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
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Football. BERRINGA V. LINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
BERRINGA V. LINTON. The above teams met for the first time this seasou in connection with the Dis trict Association match, when the game took place on the Berringa Recreation Reserve. There was a good gathering to witness the play. Victory fell to the home team, they beating their opponents by 8 points. The final scores were Berringa, 1 goal 10 behinds ; Linton, 1 goal 2 behinds. . Goal-kickers:— Berringa, J. Rachinger ; Linton, W. Bonthorn. The performance of both teams was open for much improvement, the wet ground being a great handicap for players. Those who showed promi nence throughout the game for the win ners were :—Rachinger (captain), Dick OfBrien, Davies, M'Keogh, Knight, Thornton, and Anderson ; arid for Lin ton— Sandow (captain) Grigg, Tanner, Ball, and M'Beth. Mr A. Taylor made an^ impartial HPfire,
Wedding Bells. CULL—SANDOW. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
CULL—SANDOW. A wedding which attracted a great deal of interest "was celebrated in Linton on Wednesday, when Mr G. R. Cull, of the firm of Holmes and Cull, builders, was united in the bonds of wedlock to Miss Annie Sandow, daughter of Mr and MrB George Sandow, of Linton. The popu larity of the bride-elect, who until recently was a member of the teaching Btaff of the Linton State school, was made evident by the large number of spectators at the wedding, the church being crowded. St. Peter's Church is a handsome edifice, and as Mr Cull was one of its builders, an added interest was attached to his presence there as bridegroom. j The marriage ceremony was performed I by the Rev. J. Henehan. The bride, who j was given away by her father, was charm ingly dressed in white crepe de chine, trimmed with silk lace, the court train being lined with pink satin and trimmed with horse-shoes and orange blossoms. She wore a wreath and veil, and carried a handsome shower bouquet. The brides maids, M...
ITALIAN GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
ITALIAN GULIiY. The children of the State School to i tho number of about 80 sainted the flag and gave three cheers for King and Em pire. Mr C. Walker, accompanied by his son and Sergt. Nicholson, of Bal larat motored ont and assisted in the celebrations. A fine programme of patriotic addresses and songs by chil dren was gone through. Mr Walker, jun., gave an exhibition of bugle calls, and it was much appreciated. Cr Daniels, the Mayor, presided. In the afternoon the children were treated to cakes and sweets, and had a very en joyable time.
The Pianist Scored. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
The Pianist Scored. M. Paderewski, the famous pianist, is interesting himself keenly in a scheme for succoring'the inhabitants of Poland who have suffered through the war. The great player is himself a Pole, and, therefore, takes a special interest in his latest task. Paderewski is such a wonderful pi anist that people are apt to forget that he is a composer of remarkable cleverness. Paderewski was once at the house of a noted Polish poet who gave it as his opinion that no living composer could compare with Mozart. Pader ewski said nothing, but the next day he again visited the poet, and said that he would like to play to him a little Mozartian piece which perhaps he did not know. The poet expressed his delight and was charmed with the music. "Ah!" he exclaimed, when the pian ist had finished. "Now you must surely acknowledge that that beauti ful piece could not have be&n com posed in our time?" "Perhaps," answered Paderewski drily; "only it happens that I com posed it mysel...
Empire Day. LINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
Empire Bay was quietly celebrated at tbe Linton State school on Monday. The day was fine, and a number of tbe townspeople attended"tbecqeremony. Cr Kennedy was unable to be present, bat the schooj was fortunate i'#' receiving a visit from Mr J. Rouget, M.L.A., who led the speakers with an inspiring and interesting oration on the ground, pre vious to the speches the children sang several patriotic songs and tbe National Anthem, and recited the declaration of loyalty and saluted the flag, under the direction of the head teacher, Mr Jas. 0*Shea. Then Mr Rouget gave his ad dress, in which he impressed upon the children the greatness of the Empire to which they belonged, and the importance of unswerving loyalty. The Rev. R. E. Saunders followed with a chatty speech which amused the children while it in structed them. Mrs J . H. Morgan spoke very earnestly of the brave and devoted soldiers and nurses at the front, and of the glorious way our Australian boys were serving the Empire against...
Another Broken Engagement. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
Another Broken Engagement. "To-morrow," sighed the simple maiden, "is my birthday." It was a hint that young Smith knew would be expensive to under stand. But the simple maiden was heiress to £20,000, was decidedly comely, and they were engaged. So he decided to plunge. "Anyone could guess your age, so sweetly innocent are your ways," he said, "and I'll show you how I'll guess it. To-morrow you will receive a bunch of crimson roses, and in that bunch there will be one rose, my pet, for every year that you have lived." That n'ght Smith wrote a note to h.is florist, ordering the immediate delivery of eighteen roses to his lady fair. The florist read the order, and said to his wife: "Here's young Smith wants us to send a bouquet of one and a-half doz en crimson roses to Park-lane, \V. He's been a good customer lately— throw in an extra dozen for luck." Smith's presents w6re returned within the hour, and to this day he can't imagine why the engagement was broken off. A certain youthful ...
HAPPY VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
HAPPY VALLEY. Patriotic addresses were given by. the head teacher (Miss M. J. Rankin) and Mr W. J. Scolari, after which the Flag was saluted, and tho children joined in singing the National Anthem. In the afternoon the children were re galed with refreshments, and games were indulged in. At night a. enchre party and dance in aid of the Servian Fund were held. Mr W". Bolte and Misa Sandow supplied themasio, and Mr T. Reid acted as M.C. The secretarial duties.were carried out by Miss M. J. Rankin.
MILITARY MONKS. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
MILITARY MONKS. One of the quaintest soldiers in the Russian army is Friar Bulatovitch, who left a monastery in Mount .Athos to fight against Germany. The soldier-priest has come from a strange republic, in which one of the iron laws has always keen that no ■woman should ever enter the city. Three thousand Greek, Russian and Balkan monks occupy the ancient monasteries picturesquely situated on the slopes of Mount Athos, and from one year's end to another they -never set eyes on a woman—in fact, they are continually on the alert in case a member of the weaker sex should attempt to enter their do main. Only once has a woman suc ceeded in mixing with the monks at Athos. She was an American stu dent who attired herself as a male tourist; but her disguise was penetra ted by an ingenious ruse. The girl obtained entry to the monks' repub lic without being suspected, but one of the friars had his suspicions of her sex, so when she was about to cross a muddy street he exclaimed, ."Be careful...
THE KAISER'S EXCURSIONS. Quick Tours Quickly Cancelled. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
THE KAISER'S EXCURSIONS. Quick Tours Quickly Cancelled. When Kaiser William started on his plan of quick excursions, He told his people they should have a Cook's Tour of diversions; Perhaps 'twas pride that swelled his head and puffed his smiling cheeks# But, anyway, his progiamme Said: "To Paris in Two Weeks!" But pride doth ever have a fall, now it must be owned His bills are covered with this liae: "Our Paris Trip Postponed!" Yet, not content with this set-back, another trip he planned out; He advertised it lavishly, and oven had the band out. No thought of failure crossed hie mind —his schemes could not be undone, And so he bade his people take a "One Month's Tour to London"! But Thomas Atkins spoiled his plans, and pulverised them rightly; The German jaunt to London is "D®' ferred Indefinitely"! Of course'his people murmured rrhen baulked of each destination, So William set his wits to work to give them consolation. His latest bill was placarded on hoarding, wall and panel; It ...
That Careless Sailor. [Newspaper Article] — Grenville Standard — 29 May 1915
That Careless Sailor. For the first time in their lives Mr. and Mrs. Lopwig were on the sea. They had never even been for a row at South-end, and - now they were actually out on the broad At lantic, bound for America on a visit to their married daughter. An uneasy feeling that all was not well came over each of the old folks at the same moment. As is the way with people in that condition, they tried to hide their sensations from each other. Then they happened to yawn, a>nd a little late Mr. Lopwig developed nasty cough. That made Mrs. Lopwig feel worse. She 'began to grow peevish. "I wonder," said her husband, in a would-be casual voice, "what makes the ship roll so much, my dear?" Mrs. Lopwig's resentment flared up. "It's that fool of an officer up there on that little platform arrange ment! The - idiot keeps walking from one side of the ship to the other! I wonder he doesn't upset the boat, the brute!" i