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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 18 December 1908
YILL ABSOLUTELY CUBE l Eji T13i AND ALL KINDII)Z) COM.[LAINTS. Price 28. 6d. & 43. per Bottle. ANd Aby. NINIClWI) C & PoApers. : , s. :..? : .,,. r ?/ Z x 1' O 'TJ ', ? R." L D_- L. '_ C o ., ,. FL!D ; L^TE, fr LLU.?h . A Warranted Cure for s'41*Oar a+s 5 ·HO5Ib4*I4 4 * St j. c .' t r, PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD: CLARKE'S .... n . Srlce Infestln Vbrmln Dead. ff:ll.u? 111?1,? cuaro Gintel. Sold by all clhenist.aad,€ deOlars, t/-."2-,31 . B. 41. '.. . Io?th . , ? PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD PILLS . DL",r ' B from EILL r. r Y ar all Ctaml"u sad ttroya vernm[n. kill, nets. heals loros. When we first manufactured SoýAoP. Rabbit Poison It was a h lnt-md-. preparatlon so much In advance of the ordinarystlck hoa pihort that it mloar'ke a n ew era in the science of poisoning rabblts. Boon Sfter we tanrted our mnnufacturlng we found that by using different nud morepono rrei' tnchtiery we were enablcd to ulprove our formula so Ihat the ee?aod prep.ttt:ion wats an much in advance o...
State School Concert at Spring Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
State School Concert at Spring Creek. -4- A State school concert was held at the sabwe place on Wednesday last, and was well patronised. The first part of the pro. grasme was almost entirely in ,he hands of the children. The juvenile chairmen I (Master Ivor Jones) and the performers were children of the Spring Creek school. They carried out their parts well. The programmo consisted of choruses, which sounded very sweet in children's voices, games performed by the toddlers, various recitations, songs, dialogues, and club swinging. Other much appreciated items were piano solos by Mrs Elliott. a song by * Mr V. Elliott, anda. farce. entitled Wanted, a Conjurer. by Meleaa Grahram and Popple. The following is the programme :-Chorus, Rule Bitannia, Children; game. Red Riding Hood, Children; song, Como and a Play in my Yard. M. Graham ; recitation, Mary's Lamb, W. Parsons ; violin duet, N. Gray and L. Cumming; ,recitation, The 'iihs fur Me, Jack Jones ; chore.s, Winter School Song. Childre...
SPORTING. CRICKET. THE CAMPS V. THE WANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
SPORTING. CRICKET. THE CAMPS V. THE WANDERERS. On Saturday Inost, a match was contested on the recreation ground between members of the survey and railway camps (combined I and 'I \VsWandlerers. Although the latter were not represented by tlheir own Ic.mn, on account of sevrral being ahscnt through harvesting, etc., a scratch team was selected on the ground to battle for them. After a very enjoyable game, the result was a draw in favor of the camps. During the match some ood batting and bowling was exhibited by both sides, considering that this was the opening game of the season. Mesars Whiting (Wanderers) and Lawson (Camps) captained the teams. Appended are the TItI. CAMPS. W hite, retired... ... ... ... 84 Wood, b it. Johnson ..... ... 10 Wilson, at R. Johnson, b Whiting ... 12 R. Burns c M1'Phee, b L. Johnson... 3 nolmes, b M'Pheo .. .. .. 13 Black, b l'Phou ... ... ... 0 A. Burns. not out ... .. ... 2 Soott. b L. Johnson . ... ... 1 Jansen, b M'Phee ... ... ... 1 Oakes, b MS'Phe...
State Elections. TUESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
State Elections. --.4a-- TUESDAY NEXT. Very little interest is being taken in the above election in this district. Farmers being busily engaged harvesting, there is a fear of quite a large number absenting themselves fromnt the polls on Tuesday next. This will be a groat mistake, as a deal depends on this time of asking. A prominent feature is that only two mem ber of the re-constructed Milnistry are called upon to face opposition. Sickness causes a loss of both time and mo:ey, You lose the time and have the expense of medical attendance entitling a double loss. This can be avoided Ly using some reliable remedy at the first stage of the sickness.. The purchase of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrho?, Resmedy often proves a profitable invest ment, for, by its use at the first appearonce of any ununusl looseness of the bowels, a sevcre kttack of diarrhcea or dysentery may be averted, that maght otherwise compel ai week'tt eesc;ioeu 'from labor. Every house. huld uhous...
FIRE AT BLACK SPUR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
E IRE.AT BLACKff.SPUR . Owing.tu anfierce bush firrouraing.alb?r the roadway betweeun Hueile:wdille and. Marrsville un- Monday,' the ceuaolis frn, a the former place- were, unable 'to get. through.to Marysville for.s-oeralb~hours.. Bothlthe local ooaches. running; lietwuee? Alexandra. and Maryavilloe were. in wait ing At the latter- place for- the-arrivld of the Heslesville, mails,? and:; althoighli timied.to arrive- in Aleiandra?at's t 7'?on, Monday -evening,. reached thiejr: detina~ tion.at 9t:ooblool1 the following; morning.. The diivers state that.the smuke. was. so. thick at Mitnysville, thtlt t .wieanlnuosaiale.. to.see aomrose.tHloroad " General;regret was. expressed; on. Frif lialt,. whealitbecanme kown that .en old and res pertedc roeident; in, the porson of lli O(urge-siatrick, had- died. The- deceaed,"gctleman.,ha?dt hoteem unwell since April laat,. bnttheolaet fewitweeks he had exhibited signs of general break;ng up. He passed away. peaeelfuty t noon ou.ahove. date in th...
MOLESWORTH SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
MQLJSWOW EI SPORtTS. Tho pros-rnirnm of thi, ah-nvo ;port.' F+U c,' .:' J1 p LU1Ar t .L . oult2O.and, 4.4 =;xid, i., a ! ' 'tclll~r youcl unlti. 2`Lu date of holding same has been fixed for Wednesday, 13th January. The dato of nomination is Tuesday, 5th January. Tenders are invited for publican and refreshment booths, to be in by Monday next, the 98th.
Alexandra & Yea Standard NEC TEMERE NEC TIMIDE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
xlqlattdrn & (qa taudaiid NICC TEMRIEr. 5NC TIsMIDIC FRIDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1908. CnIItustAusTroI must always appeal, and with increasing intensity as the years roll by, to the essentially human aide of man kind. And this, whether it is regarded as a restful piuse by the wayside of life's journey or as i festival which seeks to honor all that, is best in civilisatioun and progress. To Australians, by reason of their joyous climatic conditions at the close ot the year, Christmas is in evitably regarded as the occasion for '" a good time." since, as the scientist tells us, there is at all times an intimate connection between the barometer and the human spirits. But to those in the Northern hemisphere, snow and ice-bound, it is considered rather as an ocasioun for indoor feasting and the gathering together of kinsfolk and friends. Yet we ini thii grand continent, have never been able to dissociate Christmas from the customs of our forbears who hailed from the old land. We still, ...
Alexandra Police Court. Wednesday, 23rd December, 1908. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
Alexandra Police Court. Wednesday, 23rd December, 1008. Before Messrs. T. Scale and Johnson, J's.P. The police proceeded against Daniel Curtain for using obscene' language on a public road un the 30th 1 ovember last. Mr Leckie appeared for the crown, lihd .Mr M'Dunald for the defendant. K. M'l'het1 deposed la m a mo "ited constable. Irti eonseqtuen iof wil t .T helidd 'I intetlviewed L5'ti h;-hd' I roe cuted. To Mr Macdonald : I did not, go to Lynch and tell hin that; Curtain was taking proceedings against him. and had not chased defendant before the fishing season opened. Alfred Lynch, deposed: ain employed on 'the railway works at Victoria Gap. I was returningg.fronm work on 80th Nov ember, when defendant called me a "amooger",for tilling Abbott's dray, and used certain words to me. We had a hit of a fight. The tents were a chain and a half away. To Mr Macdonaldi Nobody elso was there at the time except navvies. Did not tell you that I had no recollection of defendant using obscen...
MONDAY LAST! A PERFECT SALAMANDER. EXTENSIVE FIRES AT GOBUR. SEVERAL FARMS DEVASTATED. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
MONDAY LASTI A PERFECT SALAMANDER. EXTENSIVE FIRES AT GOBUR. SEVERAL FARMS DEVASTATED. Monday last! Who will forget it? Those employed both inside and out on Monday last, will long remember the terrible ordeal passed through during the forenoon and the timely and agree. able change that came just in the nick of time in the afternoon. Early in the morning frequent strong gusts of wind, accompanied with dust, prevailed and the reminder to be met with was that we were in for a regular "brickfielder." So it proved. People opened their premises as usual and the busy hands were to be seen at work dusting and arranging for the day's business. Not for long, be it said, for by 10 a.m., the main street of the town, was completely deserted. Those desiring business on approaching the front entranet was met with all manner of devices tacked to doors, such as ' Knock." " Try round back." "Back after Lunch,". " May be seen at Baker's shades," " Gone to coal room at Factory," " Up at - -'s, back sh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
v 4 ImON- IBh f - DlRP WRY. A LARGE CONSIG3NMENT JUST TO HAND AT Splendid Variety of Plints, Cambries, Mfuelins & Deloines Dainty Neckwear & Blouses Underclothing & Corsets Children's Clothing a Speciality DRESS1?UAKING.--oUR Dresmea.k has juat Retured from the City with ,al the Latest Styles and Fashions and Never Fails to Please. -*E PRICES TO SUIT ALL. -- SJOHNSON - GROCER, DRAPER AND NEWS AGENT. Boots. Boots. Boots. º S ' ALL FOOTWEAR. h, S/ If You Like a Large Variety to Choose from Call at > jhe Red House (REGISTERED) Giant-st., Alexandra. Collins' Boot Warehouse. SADIE.' and GENTS* Fo.tware a Speetnlity. Largest snd Beat Assorted Stock -. of Boots and bhoee in the Tovwn. Only Ilngh Thompson's & Other Good ?akeras Stocked. All Repairs & Made-to Order Buots Receive Prompt Attention. *; Repairs While You Wait. Pomps and Hand-Sown Work a Speciality. Address: A. Collins, Grant-st., Alexandra MISS CO I Desires to inforn the Public that she...
THORNTON ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
THORNTON ATHLETIC CLUB. Like Alexandra, the committee of the above have decided to hold an un registered weeting. A wile course, aud one that will be appreciated. The u'ommittce have issued a tirat-class pro ramsie for their next nports, viz., Wcdlosday, February 3, 1009, and the itoms of which are uure? to lmeet with tho approval of patrons. Beeides foot :acing, prizes ara offered for wood •hopping, bicycle riding and horne dveets Enutrics for wood-chop, shire, ~heteld, hurdles, quarter-mile and Licycle over. t claoe with the joint :rcretlri*e, Measra H. Buxton and . Baker, on January 23. A grand ball wil: La held in the evoaing.
EVENTS TO COME. ALEXANDRA ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
EVENTS TO COME. ALEXANDRA ATHLETIC CLUB. To-morrow (Boxing Day) the fifth annual sports meottng of iho above will be held. Great preparations are being made for tho largo attendance that is expected. Visitors from a dis tauco will find every convenience with in the spacious show grounds, and can oast assured of making the day an enjoyable one under the auspices of A.A.C. Entries for the principal mevnts are fairly good, and with the minor items and dancing a good after znoon'a sport should result. Quite a number of Sootsmen and javooiles have-signified their intention .-o being present, so that excellent piping and d .cing can be depended upon. ·' The concert committee have suc ceeded in engaging probably the best array of talent yet seen at their con certs. The singers are all new to Alexandra audiences, and it will be sufficient for us to mention their names for all musical people in Alexanbra to recognise their worth. Miss 'Doris Carter (soprano), Miss Adelaide Bruce (contralto),...
Disastrous Fire at Gobur. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
Disastrous .Fire at Gobur.. About Ir s.m. oir 'Mondey. Mr Brennan,. head teacherothe Oobhr State School, oh served a "lre suddenly break out in the school paddock and ci?ie to the hbui.ding.. With great presence of mirhi nol pr'mpti- tudo he enlasted theese-ciccs of the elder boys in his charge and at once prepared to. the see aend nmade a pallant attack. He' was too late, hoiweover~ifor. the flames hadi complete miat?ry fnd beli?p finned with. a" gale of wind frltU thai eorhl the' fire in-,du ,ppie3d ppoggessiudlh"ft. 1I" P rennat anduwhise. vo unteors uttterly esalese. The cry for' assistaceo soon spread andl many willin helpers were oin the spot keeping the ro-- within bounds: The .nmaint force of o'nle'-. sped along at a te'ritio. rate and gpve?r~sy little warning.. Leaving the schoo. p ldreuk the fire swept through Mr John Cretfhton:'s .property and on to Ailr TLCoghill's house. fhoe wind changed- its courso-e. ,,d Mr. J.. lM'Pherson's, paddock. was. at tacked with disastrous e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
N WILL AISOLUTELY ýýia Iu; ` i ANL ALL KINI)!zil) 'x*"¶. ~3; T' Price 2f;. Gd. &4. pe: Dottie. 's,4~ I ~ old t··: nii c::ýc-·!r ; ý .;: ..;: C·tic r3.s ,,,, C~Fon~, Ez~ccO, C O G., SFLlNDi l-lS LAnc1. MFLr3UflSl:. A Warranted Curt) for *"t" 5-*5a5 "j;ij:t44544taSi4A44r4444 1 Actrtrro.1 r t:,-n~tlnltlnllRa PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD? C lt nr(VJ cf f I), ?re. fr.m Ilo' Crnlar) LRE'S ,r In ot"-r 2~e. UiISSY Stritres Inle-t". t; VermIn Dead. B. 41. ,, tin to e h. ._,: a PEDIC P(`°'DtE for the HEAD PILLS S~~acy l brd it. F' 'Da from ý,,~ ,E L8 1 12g 1 G o ~tp p~ ~ u . * sr v - m n '. I ': w t.. . I'ta s res. Coon. t al do'llt r ,.7 ý." I tTIII 1 Su~rc~emg tr thmurykout tS! ISf .Zw. ·I ~~; ~r ·n , 89O1 -eu 5.4 r-e5 Jkb va-Diah"ºi!. r~w" W a+'ý'ý r When we first mnaufactured ____________ , It wa.a h;..Irnal- e prvporatlonlso muoch I,, at cssce of the ordinary strik phor photos that it a.rnrisod anew era lit the scllraecl o.fa nalug tabiui.. Soon sllrr We otle-l ouer manuflact ceing ...
Upper Goulburn Election. MR. COOKSON AT ALEXANDRA. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 25 December 1908
Upper Goulburn Election. MR, COOKSON AT ALEXANDRA. Mr G. A. Cookson, who is contesting the above election in opposition t 'the Bent Government. ad-ressed the electors in the shire hall on Wednesday night last. The hall was comfortably flleddaid was the largest attended election nmeeting held here for some time. Through want of space and the necessity of catching earlier mails owing to Christmas holidays. we are unable to give a fall report. Mr Cookson was listened to with rapt attention and surprised bis listeners with the clear and intelligent mannerin which he expounded his views. . He is more than satisfied with the support he is receiving and is daily gaining the confidence of the voters of the electorate. He is visiting all the important centres and feels confident of slccess. . Cr Lade. J.P., President of the Shire, occupied the chair, and said that before introducing the candidate, he wished to explain-the reab6n why he failed to take the chair at Mr Hunt's meeting. He receiv...