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CRICKET. SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. Bohemian Club Averages. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
CRICKET. SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. Bohemian Club Averages. The following are the averages of the Bohemian Club, premiers for 1913-14. Batting. Inn.N.O. H.S. Runs. Aver' W.D. Harris... 5 1 64 94 23.5 B. H. Blyth ... 4 1 50* 69 23 E. Pieper 7 1 43 128 21.33 WV. French ... 7 2 29 91 18.2 P. Doherty ...7 1 24 106 17.66 J. M'Pherson . 5 1 21 66 16.5 F. A. Street ... 6 - 2O 76 12.66 W.Doherty ... 3 1 9' 20 10 I. Ridley ... 8 1 15* 42 6 R. Evans ... 6 - 16 34 5.66 G. Akeroyd ... 2 1 7* 10 5 L. Arnott ... 4 1 7' 14 4.66 J. Brunnen ... 5 1 6 11 2.75 G. Mills... ... 3 - 7 8 2.66 A. Reynolds ... 6 1 4 11 2.22 * Signifies not out. Bowling. Balls. M's. Runs Wks. Av. E. Pieper ... 289 11 93 15 6.2 J. Brunnon ... 318 11 79 11 7.18 V. Doherty ... 404 16 163 22 7.4 11'. French ... 192 8 67 9 7.4k C. Blyth ...223 0 76 10 7.6 J. M'Phereon ... 212 9 67 8 8.37 R. Evans ... 36 1 11 1 11 WV.1). Harris ... 96 9 21 1. 21 A. Reynolds ... 72 0 45 2 22 5
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
Is~l~-r-- _ I_ - ESTATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA grants LOANS ON EASY TERMS. up to three fifths of valuation. ON BROAD ACRES .. .... .. .. ...... ... £2000 to £25000 ON TOWN PROPERTIES ... ..... . ...... .. £500 to £25000 for a term of 3 or 5 years with option of paying off a portion on any pay day. Interest 5' per, cent. CREDIT FONCIER LOANS up to two thirds of valuation. ON FARMS .................................£50 to £2000. Repayable by Instalments spread over 30 years, with interest at 5 per cent. Security may be either Freehold, or Crown Leasehold that could be made Freehold at any time on payment of '.the balance of Crown Rents. Loans- may be granted for the purpose of purchasing the land taken as security, or paying off existing liabilities thereon, paying Crown Rents, improving, developing, or carrying on the farm, .purchasing stock, machinery, etc. ON COTTAGES, VILLAS and SSHOPS .. ..". .. ..- £50 to £1000. Repayable by Instialments; spiread over 19% years, with Interest a...
ALLEGED RAIN-MAKING DISCOVERY. AN AUSTRALIAN'S CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
ALLECED RAIN-MAKINC DISCOVERY. AN AUSTRALIAN'S CLAIM. In 'scientific circles, says the Mel Ibourne "Herald," the. claim of Mr J. Graeme Balsillie the Comimop wealth radio-telegraphy engineer, tha he can produce ram, is being dis cussed, and the opinion is expressec that if his discovery is as successfa as- it is asserted to be, a.4,cllossia change ili' land` halies -will be: the outeome. There is also a defence as poet' to the matter which may. re volutionise warfare, but the detait are withheld for the present. Mr. G. H. Knibbs, the Common wealth Statistician, who is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society and was, before, his transfer tio the Commonwealth, acting professor of physics at the Sydney University, has been given an outline of the ex periments by Mr.. Balsillie. He said that he was not in possession of the oexact details, but the process had been explained to him, and was sulbstanti ally the artificial production of con densation. Whether this could be done or not, M...
STONY CROSSING RACES. NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
STONY CROSSINC RACES. NOMINATIONS. ThI.: following are the nominations for the principal events to be run at Stony Crossing on Wednesday,.8th April: Hurdle Race-Irish Boy, Snow Quein; Bourpie and Charmland. - Stony Orossing Handicap.-Admiral Dawn, Necooroonook; Lesso, Power, Charmland add Sunnylight. - Poon Boon Handioap-lourpie, Lily Robson, Charmland, Admiral Dawn, Lesso, Onvolio, Snow Queen, Sunny light, Necooroonook and W.Ij.S. Flying Handicap.-Sweet Emmeline, Irish Boy, Rock 'Ample, Power, Lily Robson, Moon, Charmland, Admiral Dawn and Necooroonook.
PRUSSIAN EXECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
PRUSSIAN EXECUTIONS. It is notew rthy that two murderer; have recently suffered capital punish ment in Prussia, because only some four to eight per cent of capital sen tences are carried out in Germany, the proportion in Great Britain :beinig over 50 per cent. The newspapers common ly speak of these German criminals a, victims of the axe or block, without much discrimination. By the Germar law all capital punishments must bE carried out by beheading, but it is left to the separate States to choose their own method. In those districts whict were annexed by Napoleon I. the guil lotine still prevails. Other region, may use the axe, the sword, or a car ving knife if they please. The Prus sian -method is that, the victim sit ting in a chair, he is beheaded by a horizontal sweep of a long sword.
FORTUNES REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
FORTUNES REFUSED. It is said that when it became known that the letters of the great Irish leader, Charles Stewart Parnell, were to be published, offers to pur chase them. were received from all over the world, and that one great newspaper proprietor in the United States sent Mrs. Parnell an open cheque, upon which she might inscribe her own price. The offer was refused: Robert Browning constantly refused to write 'for the magazines and re views. He only departed from his self-denying ordinance on one occa sion, and that was in aid of charity. In his later days, when Browning so cieties were springing up all over Britain and America, fabulous prices were offered to him even for a short poem. He put all these tempting offers aside and "stuck to his text" to his dying day. But this determination to refuse money when it is offered is evidently not the attribute of the well-to-do only, for a laborer in Pennsylvania has just refused two fortunes amounting to £20,000, which actually await...
PAINTING THE EIFFEL TOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
PAINTING THE EIFFEL TOWER. The Eiffel Tower changes its dress every five or six years at a cost of from £2800 to £3200. fl'he date is at hand when fifty painters will find occupation for three or four months in covering the 180,000 square yards of its surface with a new coat of paint. The shade has yet to be decided up .on. The Eiffel Tower started twenty two years ago in orange, wore red in 1893, golden yellow in 1899, and silver white on the summit and chrome yel low at the base in 1907. There are people who would vote for an invisible shade of khaki for the coming-renew al: The tower is now used as a wire less telegraph station, as a. post for an electric device to prevent hailstorns, and as a guiding mark for aviators.
PERSEVERED IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
PERSEVERED IN VAIN. A short time ago there died in Berne, Switzerland, a remarkable stu dent, who, though fifty-seven years old, had studied at the University of Berne for thirty-seven years without having taken his medical degree. This student, Gottlieb Laederach, entered the University when the was twenty. He studied assiduously, but owing to a nervous temperament he could never pass an examination. When put to the tests he became so embarrassed that he failed. Having an independent in come, however, and being gifted with unusual tenacity of purpose, he deter mined to gain his degree if it took a lifetime. When he went up for his hundredth trial he fell dead in the ex amination-room from heart disease.
ULTIMA RACING CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
ULTIMA RACINGIN LU ANNUAL METINOG The annual races in the tltima Ilacing Club to 'p Monday. There was a fair t of the public, and the Ineti a success. The races were delayed, and the lastwee a practically in the dark. The Mr. N. L. O'Connor, had a sr dny, but he proved equal to th' The following are the esults Hurdle Rac"-.1. Blencow's The 10.0, 1; II. M akepeace's S, 9.5, 2; JT. O'Shannessy's Irish B 3. Betintg 3 to 1 the Winner Trial Stake .-W. Fletcher' F 7.12, 1; 31. M'Calntan's Eutlalia A. Giddint,' L.ad' Weir, 9,04 tulgi, 7.5, also started. Bettin on the winner. btti Handicap Pony Race.-IJ D Limelight, 7.10, 1: L. Damrnley .MGregor, 8.5. 2; M'Lean's Mis ington, 8.3. 3. Two Step, 7.10 Rocket, 7.7: and Wanganui, « started. POtliing 2 to I the Ultima Handicap-:1. Pollard light, 8.5. 1; 31. M'Canlman's . 2; S. Coon's 1 rso. 7.3, 3 A 9.0; and Britwood. 8.5, also Betting 5 to 2 on the winner, SDistrict IHack Race.-F. Birh, tier Jack, 1. IBttin 2 to 1 ca. Handicap Trot.-C. Rober' W, ...
THE SENATE. LIBERAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
THE SENATE. --o LIBERAL. CANDIDATES. Seventeen candidates have been nominated in connection with the ballot which members of the Liberal leagues are -to hold next month -for the pur pose of selecting six candidates for the Senate should a double dissolution bo granted. The complete list is as follows: Senator J. H. M'Coll, Sir Henry Wes don, Mr. J. Hume Cook, Mr. S. Mauger, Mr. O.- Gavan Duffy, Mr. William H. Edgar, Mr. A. W. Glencross, Mr. A. C. Morley, Mr. Thomas Martin, Mr. William J. WLcan, Mr. J. T. Packer, Mr. Norman O'Brien, Mr. F. Maldon Robb, Mir. A J. J. St. Ledger, Mr. W. A. Trenwith, Mr. William 'Wilson, and Mr. R. N. Carrington. Most of the candidates are well known. Senator M'Cbl has been- in State and Federal politics for 28 years, and was second on the poll for the Senate at the general elections last year. Sir Henry Weedon has been Lord Mahyor' of -Melbourne, and was member for 'Est Melbourne for some years. -Mr. Hume Cook was member for Bourke in.. the-earlier Parl...
DEVELOPING THE COUNTRY. WATT MINISTRY'S CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
DEVELOPINC THE COUNTRY. WATT MINISTRY'S CLAIMS. Speakinc at Rinlvwood on Saturdav. the Minister of Agriculture (iM r. W. Butchinson) saii the present Parlia )nenl was one of the best--certainly it wa one of the most hard-worked nt Victoria had had in its history. Tithin a few months the electors would lce an opportunity of passing judge nt on that. FParliament. because it ould expire by efliuxion of time, and its membera would' have to go tefjre opeople. The present Minisary could pecal with great confidence to the ple of Victoria. It had put a pro wire palley for the development of the centry before the people. lie was titped that the people renertlly uld accept that policy as being ill he best interests of the Mtate. It was liberal policy that stood midway\ t.een the rapidlv-dying enxservatina Sthe one hand and on the other the -i tocialistic proposals which the heal thought of the comimunity would 1iaY, regard as too extrovanalt 1o he cepted by the people. This Ministry as a cont...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XX. Suspense. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
oie Nat 1on8amno By ALICE M. DIEHL, authoress of "The Knave of Hearts," CHAPTER XX. Suspense. A veiled woman, finely developed, iuoblack, stcod to the' left of the vicar, who gazed at her in mild as tonishment. Netta stared at her, V'on dering rather than alarmed. Lady odntfamor's great eyes flashed scorn. she had at once recognised Gwvendo len in the unseei ly interrupter whob bad. suddenly stepped out of the shadow cast by a stone pillar. ABnd Robert drew himself up and looked at the spot in the veil where the eyes of the intermeddler should be He was pale, but an expression of contempt as well as of determination was expressed by every feature of his comely face. He recognised Gwen dolen-but also recognised that she bad no right to interrupt his wedding; her sd doing was, in his opinion, on a par with the fact that she had hun: ed him down, probably by detectives in her pay. Indignant, his first instinct was to protect Netta. "After that, the de Inge," he thought, as, turning to ...
SWAN HILL HOSPITAL FETE SCHOOLS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
SWAH HILL HOSPITAL FETE SCIIOOLS. COMPETITION. For Cambell Trophy donated by pr fnd e tits ampbell of Murray j or a cmpe~tito n amoing the Dis rict Stae Schools, under the tdllow jig conditions: jog oeod to all State Schools within (adius of 90 miloes of Swan Hill. (blEacb school entitled to enter up to10oetitors. less if they so desire. e Thl Cbmpetition to be decided by pints according to the positions ob tained in each event, counting 5 pomt ar first place, points for second, a 2points for third. (d2 Each school must choose a die giaisniag color, and each competitbr tgshi3 or her school must wear a ah of that color. sos Each school will be allowed to enter op to two competitors in each weht, except in Tug-of-war and Flag Fn0 e piked shoes to be allowed in runoine events. (g) The school which gains the most agcregate points in the competitions bnomes the winner of the Trophy for that year (the Trophy to be won three tims, not necessar3iy consecutively, be lore it becomes the absol...
LABOR GOVERNMENT. FINANCIAL EXTRAVAGANCE [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
LABOR COVERNMENT, FINANCIAL EXTRAVAQ The Chief Secretary 1irr, .1 speaking at a Liberal picnic at ranamblool on Saturday 4a "Argus"), urged upon Liberi necessity for arcanLation in rie the probable early distolutian Federal Parliament,. and the of the present state Parliament Liberal party stood for all, s; Labor party, which loasted that ciplo as one of itr planks, onlya for equal oppolrtunity for the joined its rank; and put the under the iron heel of its dii" The history of th;e Labor Gare' of New South Wai. shoared that administration way one o! gance. There w.as no mate rt evidence of the unfitness of a Ministry to irle than the financ tion of New South Waie. and th tras:t between Li.ieral and lta ministration durn; the last for in that State. Thnt last financi' 1912-13. in New inuth Wales a deficit of £1.1d7;.Ihi. The for the current year's revena £17,737,.000,. and the estimated ture £18..,341.000, making an laled delt iti fir the tao yen £1,741,000. In or er to meet ti cess ...
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. EFFORTS AT REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. EFFORTS AT REFORM. On consideration of the report of the sub-committeo- on closer settlement,- the " State Ministry resolved that a number - of the reforms recommended should he cart ied out by the Minister of Lands, pending the appointment of the royal commission. The sub-committee drew particular attention to the complaints of settlers regarding the defective sys tem of keeping accounts and dealing with correspondence. Many settlers were not properly informed, it - was observed, of their actual financial re lations with the Closer Settlement Boara. The sub-committee recommend ed that a pass-book system should be adopted. Mr. Lawson has stated that the real trouble was that the board might have five separate accounts with the settlers -(Ii the land account; (2) the house account; (3) grading account; (4) the live stock account; and (5) the ad vances under section 4 of the act. The Cabinet had approved of the adoption of the passbook system, and referred thegmaltt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
HOMEMADE HAIR GROWER THAT DOS MARVELS. · o the last few yetars announce tho to appeared oo;esionally tell that ke a really good hair tha ould actually make the ýto a it gives us great eo tied a that so many who al l have obtainejd zen ' re i I *S . One lady writes that to "ent 1 alter reardino the formula, pt oas her chemist and had him reted, 1 ounce of Lavona , aO, J drma Menthol Crys ooutees oh Bay Buom. She hme and, nltliougk her hair r*&i aon~rl" out. tciibl*' and sihe ak ne w nitli baldues she was thefa oig and delighted to note that m6Jae out of the hlir stopped 4 Y, and the hair itself bogan. 1 F, ian amazing manner. In r1ts o thalt it ha4 aliready o n r mn eh iin a little over Dq 'iht 3Loreover , her, hair is a gosier aid more lpxturi t Lll,,va.'and' is still"."} ucingý t dayi o the tonic into the roo ok nri ayf the first three' wetds lie it only once a Aa:. d the inlerejtin" to note from hai nreports tRat tlis home ot b io er not only makes the o narellou.ly, but i...
WHAT IS A THISTLE? AN INTERESTING DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
WHAT IS A THISTLE ? I AN INTERESTING DECISION. An order to review a decision in a case under the Thistle Act was before Mr .Justice a'Beckett in the 'Practice Churt bn Monday, when his Hoior gave a reserved decision in -the matter. It was pointed out by his Honor that the act provided that the Governor in Council might at any time, by a pro clamation in the "Government Gazette," declare any plant to be a thistle, . and that after the publication of such pre clanation the word "thistle" should be deemed to include. any plant so named. On 16th February, 1892, the "star" thistle and the "saffron" thistle were so proclaimed. The case i under review, was that of Marshall v. Wetten hall Bros. Informant was the thistle inspector for the shire of Kowree, and defendants were proceeded against for not having destroyed the thistles grow ing upon the Lake Wallace Estate, near Edenhope. The bench considered the case proved, and inflicted the lowest penalty, viz., £5. The 'solicitor for aefendant...
FEDERAL ISSUES. MR. FISHER'S CAMPAIGN. CONTRIBUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 26 March 1914
FEDERAL ISSUES. MR. FISHER'S CAMPAIGN, G CONTRIBUTED. In opening an electioneering cam paign a Labor leader is heavil' handi capped. The policy he has to ai nounce is always that of the party 2 aetermined by the wirepullers of the leagues in conference assembled, and duly published for the information of L friend and foe Mlike. All then that o Mr. Fisher could do wheni on Monday j last week he opened his platform cam- v paign in-the 3elbouine Town Hall was r to show exactly what points in the c cfliciat policy ot the. Opposition he "N and those in closest touch with him intend to stress. y Preference to uniornists 'in its crudest. most extreme form, is to be pushed to the front. There is to be no truce with the wage earner who deliberately re mains outside his union. "Men who are o non-unionists are mostly the sheaks of society", nwas Mi. Fisher's uncom promising utterance, and his wordh give the independent worker an idea of 1 what he may expect if Labor secures another lcase:of of...
VARIATIONS IN THE CREAM TEST. THE CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 30 March 1914
VARIATIONSN THE CREAM TEST. THE CAUSE. !A common cause of friction, Mr. F. It dJohristone, .dairy supervisbr, :-.Thsk mania, ponits out, between butter fac tory managers and, cream suppliers, is the variation which occurs in' differcnt deliveries of cream. It is only natural for the dairymen to think their cream sloislddlwayseoainii the same amount of; buitter fat,- as- their cows are milked and fed> anoa their iluctrs' hajildled aPlipaeiitly `exacti the same from day to day. Yet there are several retodns Ihy it should vairy. ;Practicall3y alllthe causes3of variation of' cream test are due to the cjiiditions under which the 'milk is separated. The milk as it comei froim the cow is ini its most fluici cotiditihn, aid ' alsoi artits best teniperature for separating,, and should be run :through" tha machine 8as soon as po~sible, if only.to take advant age of its ;physical: condition, -llthough [acteroio scally there are ,evenr weitnt ler reasons forthe quick transit of but ter fat f...
WATER SUPPLY. TYPE OF STORAGE TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Swan Hill Guardian and Lake Boga Advocate — 30 March 1914
-WATEIR SUPPLY. TYPE OF STORAGE TANKS. Wnitl reference to. the construction of tanks for the storage of water, the iecommuendations and requirements of the commission are set fortlh us fol Before anly, work is done -in excava ting tank, the selected sight should be well tested to see that no. heavy-body ofstone or inferior material, not water tight, is underneath. This can easily be ascertained b sitnking two cfr more snllU shafts,' or by boring, or by part sidkiiig and part boring. Whierevei- possible th' site: .for:4he&lt; tahk, relative to the supply channel, silbuld be chopen so .that witer can be stored above' ground. For this -pur pose .the material fiom the excavation shouldtbe !placed o.nitinuiousl: ~-itil oihd the tank as shown. on commission's plan. W)Vhere the tank site is on slop ing. ground a good resuilt, in this way is easily secured. Even in flagr uind; very often some extra water can be stored above grouild, - at a reasonable expense, by bankinig up tha inle...