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Alexandra Railway Trust. MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 8 January 1909
Alexandra Railway Trust. MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1909. Present-Chairman J. W. Leekie, and Corns. Wylie, Wightman. Scale, Murray, Findlay, Edwards and Lade. The minutes of the last meeting were Sread and confirrped on the motion of Cre Wlghtmnau and Leckie. CORkE8PONDENCE. From Secretary, racecourse trustees, stating that £10 would be taken as com oensation for land excised from course. Accepted. E. E. Payne. claiming £10 as com. pensation for loss of land, etc.-£g allowed. Dr Lethbridge, stating that he was prepared to accept £27 Os 6d in settle mnent of his claim.-Accepted. J. A. Allen. claiming £5 10s for loss of 41 acres of land.-Allowed £3. F. J.. Peters, offerina to execute extra work and asking for progress payment on work completed.-Price accepted and £8 posed for payment. Following accounts were passed for payment:-P. L. Edwardes, £5; E. peters, £8; E. Fox, 5s. Meeting adjourned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 8 January 1909
P AR3O8' SPE P TO H O W;LL ABSOLUTELY CURIE InUDICGSTI0D AND ALL KIZNDlRED COMPLAINTS. Price 28. 6d. & 4s. per Bottle. Sold tw all C1hemnint Storekeepers. W11Ol.9ALP ON1.Y: 7i GiEROQ1, iBRADL EY TT CO., "ji J`"t °PLINDERS LANE. MFLSnURNE. A Warranted Cues fat ll ued PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD CLARK IE'S -t.'n f. .?e n Sod b rikes InfestingfVermDn Dead. B.'41. re.s 1 bs Back. usd0r PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD PILL8" mr"u,? Taler d J Dat*roya vert n. k?'i nIt., hetl sores.2. t?eHanundehtr.r-- t K.; .: tr. . ';-Tr?tlal:m, Victrla. Wbhen we first imanufactured Is h h S.A.P. Rabbit Poison _ It wae hand-ade prfepration so muck in advante of tbe orli aury atiek pl.or pborus that it mnrked a new aoe in the e r nlae o, omalnt rsebbts. - amo aftr we atrted our msnsfaeurein we lo.lad that by naie dkdlerent and more powerful machiuery we wre ncbbled to Imprvve tusr Slaoma wo that the second preparatin mw a mtuch in advan?e of the first m-ude hA?d madc article as thlt was I. adance of the s...
FIRST REBELLION AGAINST THE BOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 8 January 1909
FIRST REBELLION ACAINST THE BOERS. -- 7n the light of events of the past ten years, it is interesting to trace the career of the Dutch people in South Africa. The Cape of Good Hope was really discovered by the Portuguese in 148' No effort, however, was made to col onise the Cape until 1652, when the Dutch East India Company took possession of Table Day, established a fort, and occupied the lands skirt ing the foot of Table Mountain. For some time the old and new in habitants lived very peaceably, until permission was given to extend the original plan of settlement by the landing of some freemen as farmers or " boers ." Nine soldiers and sail ors received their discharge at the sAme time, and iilso became freemen or burghers, and located near Ron dbosch. When the tribe known as "Caep. mane " saw the white men ploughing the ground where they usually dug out roots for their winter food, they became alarmed, lest they should be robbed of their land perrmandhtly. Calling the Gorachouquas...
Alexandra Shire Council. MONDAY, JANUARY 4TH, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 8 January 1909
Alexandra Shire CourncI? MONDAY, JANUARY 4TH, 1009. Present-President W. Lade and Crs. Wylie, Wightman, Scale, Leckie, Murray, Findlay and Edwards. MINUT.rr The minutes of the previous (863rd) meeting were read and confirmed on the motion of Cras. Murray and Find. lay. TENDEB?. Contract No 61-Works on Cathe dral lane and Glendale road -. J. M'Carty (accepted), £21 lls; J. and A. Gorman, £25" i: D. Coills, £24 15&; W. Free, '£22 1s 9d ' W. Doclk ing, £24 ; J. H. M'Coll, £25 O9's id. Contract No 62 - Painting Back water Bridge, Taggerty-J. H. M'Coll, £4 6a 6d. Fresh tenders to be called. Contract No 64 - Twelve chains forming arid gravelling Acheron road, near Dobson's-Collis an Waten (ac cepted). £16 8s; Wm. orbury; £26 8s; Jas. Stone, £22 16s J. and A. 'Gorman; £26 16ak - ý.. At Cnntract No 65-Reorming Tag gerty and Thornton road ?J. M'Carty (acrcpted) £109 Win. orbury, ,19 I9m; W. Free, £23 3s; D. Collis, £21 6s; J. and A. Gorman, £21 7s 6d. Contract No 66-Workson Rubi con ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 8 January 1909
'The FPanouns RYaeedy for' COUG2HS, BRONC X'cS, AST A, OSTPION S , iaas the !argest Sale of any Chest Medicine in tlhe World. : T. ho ar aLen tt medicta are at its hond grat succes of RNE. BRO-?HiTi- . . .. of unprinciped persons to make imitations, each c4aling le, modiio dO Utu, it th obec e ic n *, l si -rnded, and soet,,g ga sa.e for an imitation wio ha nnef the n effect t, and to request you in n te hathe ' . i In E-o R aOpO i. T CI tritatal. ln r e o an . gt h to the voica. EO d it no the s cioul h Vnd org thm a to ber om. chronc r not .Cons .?.ptlio to develop. Cons.i. p tlon has n io.ver b leen wa to isat here .at " .ires he nteal n ori a bo holy . a uld w . ia3. tnr. c at the b.ein.ng . don is ...ct. e n?c.l nb, tacd a Compk o chilC is cthe ert .ne ron. of unprlncipled persono to mako Im?tatlons, ench callng him madicno 113roanchlUi Oure,"' with tho objeot deceivin, t*Sti vlmplo-mlnded, an( d 80 aettina a ca.o for an ir|?itation wNch huec none of the bonefioa? Offect tV HCA...
Rowdyism at Cathkin. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 8 January 1909
Rowdylsm at Catahkin. The disgraceful conduct of a party of tourists was ventilated at the Court House, on December 30. 1908. The railway station tmaster at Csthkin proceeded agra?nt three young men on charges of on lawful assault and using obscene language. Messrs A. M"Kinn'on, T. S. Scale and J. Dunn, .l's.P., occupied the Bench. From the evidence it appears a number of blacktguards fron, a metropohlitan tobacco factory, where 1500 bands are employed, made up their minds to pay the Alexanda district a visit at Christmas time, but their pleasure received a net back on Xmas Day, severil being arrested on arrival at Aleaundtua and locked up in the goal. They were bniled out. When the train was about to le ave Cathkin for Alpsandra, and whIdle being made up and prepared for starting, certain young men (1) behaved in such a disgusting manner that called forth the rebuke of a number of respectable men and women who were congregated on the platform. The language, which was filthy and obs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
" '·1 WILL ABSOLUTELY CURE IHNDfESTIOJI AND) .ALL KINIIl"I COMPLAINTS. Price 28. 6d. & 4s. per Bottle. Soltd I,: ;Il Clhi.lliiti & :,urckecpcrs. &lt; ýup r fC3TE T*I, $1 A D L :Y re Co., FLINDa.RS LANF, MFL9CURNE. A Warranted Cure fog *44* * * ,l AO·l,,,d ,w Co;itnta. sl PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD CLARKEYI8 oe in . oth ' I -~ Strikel Infesting Vermin Dead. De m 41 Plm I tU aIse hars Oftel. SolJ by all chemists and dealers. 9'..2'-.3!6. B,41. .kd in Drhfut. o. s , ? to? PEDIC POMADE for the HEAD PILLSm, S rr. 'l~"n' "dauo. . Destroy. verm'n. kih nilt, heflsi soes. PILL8, N41 b lt0,1i 4S4 4- .l *bem t .d 1 .' .,.,, ........,.!e h.5e, ......11 • toekeSp out tom. MuOur-I 1 nr Tre, ? 4n, * "r'afr , OM i· . 124.J w e trr wi, J 1 41o? i.i) t·ev *e w 14 - When we first manufactured Algig110 , S.A.P. Rabbit PoiSon It waS a hlcud.lncde preparatlon so nmuch I1 ndvel.ce of lIhe ordinary stick phlo. .phorul lhalt II mllirked a cew era iu the sCirllce of poisoilnlg rabhille...
IN HIS ELEMINT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
IN HIS ELEMINT. An Irshn:a;r. ..Lt of c)r! iay,:;er.t. teIet alt to urn Ltalrip;c!yer iVt d-aMlJ %..ra ju, Ezniphwyer Do you " know .;any j'YaL: " Sur·. nad *asrt~t Ui ,"01"n In it stablle ' ")o you know anythir g aiboiut cat tle ? Surc, nind I'd lo!ke to know jghat I denn kLnow ! ' "'And ra.c'leltry. Lo youn know nyl it.t.tr atnuc tihuf ? b' gcira, tit,' I", :nitka.t se.et the zral'm a:+ W,,t.'d I".at. O)C at ii.' (ii~n rc~1 ··i k nun on t xr,,k ""', I' . I i:utl how to ma.:ke a vcnetiaLn)) blind 7 '"L Sor. and Pztu In Iay elenCmet at thati JUL.'" Sure., ai~d auu~dr,'t (): Jiat .). hk sill' Luf,gtr it. hisv, v!" to.(i "t the LolILtd btut'i 3ji.t,UUU.,U3J ýautr. la
CUM ARABIC PRODUCED BY ARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
CUM ARAIC PPOODUCED ?Y ANTS. -4---- (Ir'm nt'.1hc Is atn u .tdnti?tn rrl. i'ertln n tp&lt;ecie,, of 'I 'acltf. I t , l ,' to oblnitt the guhit tne mltn ? iut tie rltt or lperforultd Po lthalt ;h?e ]jicre ln:: exludt, Hnid we are toll iby 'Ifr Waltler lilse, who lhl.t .j't Ien hIte'altii-g the gorni-laductiton on (lermlan ]Eru Africa, tint in the Init!orlty of cns'es the necesiary per loraition Is crcoiplis?htl by ants, without whose lablours, therefore. teho world would inot get its suppily of gurn aratblc-at lclnt with the pre sent case. :laya Mr. lunse :--" Apart fronm the rare wounds Inflicted accidently by mnan, anialst storms,, etc., all recretion of gunt In thin counltry In provoked by anitl. ''he IInts plerflnr iate the bark of the acacirt to galin admittance into the woond where they lay their eggs tn the excava hlunt, which are soillettlll esi of cl thlerable extent. 'I'h.: llrolan with oft, wood generally sho' w few woilndl of this h.ind; the hardwoodl tcnacins are...
THE STORY OF AN INDIAN ELEPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
THE STORY OF AN INDIAN ELEPHANT. Among the inmay otld rl triernt) re celved by Qiueen lictorhia waln an -'leehllnt. whiht, when an lirie len b y, was s-at to her by. an ?ll tia lntl 'rii-c., lie trcvel,':tld. ( 3.ys " 'l'The Satetu" ) las .L deck p;tassener in one' efI tih Jnilan itell sitc'selnces frol li ] ib,v" anll e as 1' le, hal ui.tniaet id lt I the hleight orf-ta wclt-grot l crilf ailll vtil nalways detile aend trnItalelh. he i?as p'irllmitted to' itave thie lrll of I he decks fo ann hour or two e,.'ry div. Ity..tli sailors hIe wal e called tlhe h" ison''iaanate,' owing to ti pen chalt? he hald for picking up every lone eroll of rope, that he could fintld. nni,ther: throwing It over the si!de. Cing., in .fJack us.td, " in baild ai a na"tal lieutenant ior. keeping tl:h decks tidy.". Among other aclurtinitavlces tlent hoe. faorted wais that of thile, ehllol's haiker whetpa gailli:' li sile' S lis io'vredl to be the plance of origin of iUl. the.,a'eet dtintic.e with whih hIc wv...
THE CAT WAS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
THE CAT WAS OUT. * -- 'Thn following little story warn ,ro iated to the writer by IL rate collet ofa. JIe wIla bcglnning to dlolu:t tr.e honcsty of one of his telnusits. ni hi "upt>."arcvl to he doing ano wor'k. crutd whors..rent· was already In arIrerah. ('ailing one Mlor.da~y morning as us witl. he wasR Imirt at thi' door by a lit. tie gli.. who proimlltly retarked : Z)Iaddy'r out, attdi tD's tIitliliiy. I'. I1'n. ! " ejaculated thd e rnat col lector. ,')id thcy Iratea sill y tm;gq-. Said you wits to cull agal.i: "t: WVednesday." was thea reply. Thew collector -war about to dlepart. when he turnrld and suciiknly asked ""Why on Wednesday 7 ," NCo* the youngster had Ihisra a little, conversatioin over tita break £atttabio that mulorning. madl tile truth c~atne coitt, likito la i'iI !don't know." rile in pinc' iiI:.- ' j.itle. '*l ess it'H 'cn:, w're a.-gal,' toiAit o'Toosday I"
"Too Feeble for Another Cruise." [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
"Too Feeble for Another Cruxis e." ----+-- As we open our morning newspaper at the breakflast-table and read perchltuco safter some'night of ,tenlpest the news of shipwreck and disastOei howv many of us think of the debt we owo to these brave tuariners? To beIin with /the bresakfast table.-" Almnost everything' ther--the toe, coffeeo, the bread, the sugar, the condimen's--hss come to us from over. aeas. For those things to roach uln it required that it host of tloan bravest, imnplest andl mnst inhluring? of ouri rettllo men. the sailors of our merc'ntile mn:iine, s'iouli watch and toil by day and night under the hardest condition , amid f),c and tempests. 1l'ow little we think of all that! D> we take -:ll front thenm without any feeling of the debt? Is not the sailor worthy of a special share in our bounty at this seaon. of all sno:tsons when the wanderers aind the necessitous are remembered ? An' earnest " appeal for assistanco is mariu by the committee of the ]Royal Alfred Age?...
SPORTING. CRICKET. SKINNER TROPHY ASSOCIATION. TAGGERTY V. NARBETHONG. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
SPORTING. CIRICKET. SKINNER TROPHY ASSOCIATION. TAGGERTY V. NAItBETHONG. The above' association was audvuanced another stage on Saturday last when thu above teams met at Tag.terty. Mr Alex. Wylie (etat.) won the toss from the Narberhong skipper (ldr Alf. Nichols) m:1d decided to bat, maintaintaing a tenure -t the wickets until after 4 o'clock. and curitg 87 runs. The line innings played \V. CUzter (37) was much admired !ile .1. "iurrel 13 not out, and T. Carter 2 ,l yed mrtoidor cricket. After having aleI tlheselves with refrefreshments, Sich wete kimidly provided by the ladies Ti agerty. the visitors cotuitenced their tiiu3n and were disposed of for 01 rons. owe of the payers tbeisng utble to bat Ihaving t.,ken ill durin2 t the progretss of thi earne. 0. Ronteril 14, Higgins 12 and Hodgkinson 11 were the principal a'un getters. The scores are as follows.: TAooarTT. - A. Wylie. b Higgins ... ... ... 2 A. Lewis b Vi:liams ... .. 5 T. Carter, I Wi.,iat .,. 12 \V. C.arter, c Houdson. t...
WANDERERS' V. YARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
WANDEIRERS' V. YAHIWlK. Last Saturday, the Wanderers' Pur. neyed to Yarck, to try eonclusiois with the locafl elerven. Althucgh the game did not commen'co until 4.30 o'clock, a most enjoyalilo time resulted. Thle fielding of the visitors was disgruacful and decidedly lost them the match. Messrs. Whitij., (Wanulerers') antl M. Goodeur (Yarck) c'tutuoinedl the 'teams. The following are the scores :. WANDImuERS. E. Wilson, e, b MNrtinl ... ... K. Holmes, b A. Gondear ... 1 A. Arnot. t, Ib G. Perry ... ... 20 W. Whiting, c, b Martiu... ... 21 Burns, not out ... ..... . A. Stillmuan. retired ... ... 17 K. \t'Phee. c. b PM'Munanuan ... 2 1'u'-Ward, b M. Goodetr ... .. 1 W. Ir'ltgusnii, b tM. G-oodudac. .',," 1 Sundries ... ... ... 4 Total ... ... ... 82 Yarck innings waus deel:rrad closed with asi wickets for 125 runs. We are unauble to publish the score of the Y trek t am ay it w is noit recorded in ilhe- Waunduret' score.book.
Justices' Roster, Alexandra 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
Justices't Wostir, Alexandra TIn. .V MSlaru. WV'Iinr & W~iglitinun, janl. ,,13 ,, iiniidWatr 27 LC ,, Ialiiie miii M PlllHI)In FIi'li. 2' 'alnsurs. W\yliu & ~Viglatiziaii jun,. ) , , Liida, ujill W Iiielcr 37 , '4m alu Jolil,i*iiii 'tar. ,1"S~id.iir. Wv·?jn & rgVi..'liLuuiil jlli.· 10 ,, .. i i ~f I *3t 'v'ii ~ \'.i~Ii iiiun, junl. Ai Ze,iri Liii. aiii 3 %~itinulni ln M ~iiii ii. L,ilinlr n~i lIioc!i!lr 2n ,, 1VyIInI &ni IV~lgliri4iIi jni *Iiucticnu tine rcqlu'inanil to, proniciun atsnlnti tutu wliicz aauiai.Iu to ii tenl. * Police Mligitmalrc uvill atl~eaail it ruqatireil. 3i. BI. WILIAMIS. C 0ak of Coaar ii.
ALEXANDRA v. MANSFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
ALR E NDRA Y. b4ANSFIELD. The first of (Itmeo inferdimtrict annuoal nmtelhoo will he0 Ilayedat o Ianstirelml, on Ssitur~ly. rtlh F Ilrnr ry. 'fle. conavy. once wills the piiayers will luavi! Alex mndlra at i5 0 31) srls- on tiho mounr~in :.of t.lie match. 'rie following have 1)01n ankel to represent thlm district: -Mcessr .1. CV. Ltckic. A. Arllot, %V. Bartmnl, W DokiII", M. Gen lear.' I. mrtirmin, %V. Fox, . II. Whiting, 1. tlriks, K. Ml'Phee,. C. Ilmlteromoon, W. Irvine, B., C. F., (1., If., L., 0. amnd I. I lnson. Any' of. the above players inuimimi to p1ly please notify A. Arnot by !it .I m'lrmmry. , A 'march cimnmiituo will s,.L- ppmimti d d thme I iuila.selection mails 0.1 tlimt date.
Careers For Australian Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
Careers For Australian Girls. Four girls, students of the 1Methodist Ladies' College, Hawlthorn, have won, during the year, in outside competition, sud against all comers. prized having ai total money-valueof 'CPO0-with a:possible extension which will bring it up to £870. Tihis is a remarkable fact, with many sugOestios. Thu managers (of tlhis particular college claim it, with justice, as a proof of the splendid and thorough teaching iven in their own institution, and this claim has real fore-'. The prizes cutiptcdt for are open to every eductticnan instituticon in the Stnte, and the cleverest boys and girls in all the plublic and private schools competed for Iheml ; aIn the teaching which secured these prizes for four girls in inlo college llmichlbeo ofl iret chals quality. But the incident shows, too what plenldid oplportunitlies lie open to the young people of Victoria. The £6311 is :tnale up of threa, G(aovernment E'm h lilai. titians of £40 a year ncll, tcnanle for fu'tr ycLrs....
Correspondence. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by our Correspondents]. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
. Correspondence. [We do not hold u·urelvts responsible for the opinions esxpreaed Ibr or currcepoudeats]. TO THE EDITOR OF THE STAIDARD. Sme,-What about loc?alcricket Whore is it? 7s it a dead letter this season, or is it becausu one man has ceased interest the game has been allowed to drop, surely an unnecessary compliment to the party referred to; even the pleasant and good.home and horme matches with Mansfield seemed to have fizzled out. Why? This it, perhaps, the best local cricket we get. The Mansfield people take great in terest in those matches, anrl roll up ir goodly numbers. Thu rece.ption nc corded the. visiting, teanm is always enthusiastic, and' the players give you a good game. Is there ono enthusiast in our midst who will shako matters up, and arrange the Alexandra and Mansfield matches, secure the visit of a 'M.C.C. team at "Easier and so give the lovers .of the- gamn something .wurt.-- xecine - Art. ach- -i -?rt ..*a'.- comrnpetition uight e arranged. There is plena...
Alexandra & Yea Standard NEC TEMERE NEC TIMIDE. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909. [Newspaper Article] — Alexandra and Yea Standard and Yarck, Gobur, Thornton and Acheron Express — 22 January 1909
NEC TfMELRCtT %KC TIM3IDV. FRIDAY, JA NUARY, 22, 1909... OvUR esteemed Pailimineptary repre 'sentative; .MIr, G. : . ?'?uCokson,- will no doubt use his best endeavors 'to' bring thei needs of, the districte befoie the responsible authorities in ?whihever departuent it inny, bet in so fir; of course, as those needs and require ments concern tlie-lovernmont of the' State. In .the. 'matter of municipal control,, we may trust. in o Ug ,uwu .dounhcillora to 'cunduct tiiu" Business of the shlire in a.businesslike way. Ihvw uvei ahi-he Cthe shire council may be in othe first instunce, they canntlr do veirythng .-that is ieedful without the necessarly fIull; and, it is in this particnlthu that :areo airl i: required. In Sir Thu.m;:. DCent.' reign, there weri any ulnOunt i)f promises, mostly to those who waited upon himt and requested a dip into the State money box. Here," would b?o the reply, •'You put up £500 and I'll put up " another .£500. ''ake it or leave it," and it was thus that ia r...