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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

Rhurnh Rpruinn* Church of Eoglanri services for Sunday next.—Rushworih, S a.m., 11 a.m and 7.30 p.m.; Arcadia, 11am.; Dargalong, 3 p.m ; Rusliwrth, 7.30 p.m. Prbsbytbrian' Church. — Rush worth, 11 a.m. and 7 30 p.m.; Moora, 3 p.m. Evening subject, " The easy yoke." Preacher, Mr Raff Presbyter im Church, Murchison.—On Sunday next r-ervtces wi 1 be conoucted as under;—Mooiilim, 11a m.; Muichiaon, 2.3d p.m. and 7.30 p m Methodist Church. Murchison.—Ser vices will be conducted iu the Mechanics' InstitU'e on Sundry n> xc at 11 am., when the pulpit wi.l be oocupiad by Mr Jenkin.

WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 6TH JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

WARANQA SHIRE COUNCIL: Tuesday, 6th January, 1914. Present — Crs J. M'Kee • (presi dent), I. Fu phy, Jno. Brown, J. P. O'Brien, W. Gunn, J- 0. Sexton, H. G. Brice, A. Robinson ; S. C. Jones (en gineer) ; W. H Get lo (secretary). CORRESPONDENCE. From Messrs M'Carty, Underwood & Oo., forwarding copy of specifications and particulars re calliug for tendeis for the eteccric lighting of Rushworth.—Re ceived. From Public Works Department, draw ing attention to the remarks of the auditor, HS follows, *' Nothwithstanding che matter has been pointed out pre viously, the weighbridgekeep-r at Mur ch son continues to account for momes received only once a year. He should be supplied with proper forms and be instructed to send his returns in regu laily." They desired to know what action'the council proposed to take in the matter.—Forma to tie supplied and a return to be furnished monthly. From Railway Construed, .n Branch, Rushworth, asking if the council had at.y 0 jection to the closin...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

SOROSES HAIR TONIC. This preparation is unsurpassed as a Hair Food and Dandruff preventative. Sprinkled on the head and gently massaged into the scalp it renders Baldness impossible. SOROSES HAIR TONIC Will absolutely _row hair, and prevents it falling out. ' It iniuarts a beautiful glossy sheen to the hair. Price 3s Cd. Obtainable at E 0. Risstiom's, Rushworth. Sume people hava a bad habit of jump ii-g to conclusions, and a party of visitors to Miuchis n during the holi-iaya were apparently sufferers from this o mplaint. Included in their holiday festivities waa a tiip to the Goulhuru Weir ou New Year's Day. Nob being possessed of » turn-out arrangements wore made wi h a local hoielkeeper to supply this want, and the party, all bright and smiling, drove to the New Year's Day sports. 1'hey spent a glorious day, and, when a prepossessing young lady mentioned the fac- that a dance was to lie lietd at night, wild horses could not have kept them away, The dance proceeded merrily into th...

THE METER QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

THE METER QUESTION. We have received 'a letter on the above question si.ned *' Meter," but the wiiter tins neglected to s g . his coirect name as well as the anonjmuus title. I is a hard and fast rule with Piesameu that they must have the name (nut fur publi ation, but as a guarantee of goud faith) of the authi r of any letter or article, and if this is forth^'tiling we will be pleased to insat the letter.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach; Acids. Few people besides physicians realise ihe importance of keeping the fo d con tents or ttie st.macti free from acid fermentation. Healthy normal digestion cannot take place while the delicate lining of the siumaoh is being inflamed and dis tended by arid and wind—too results of fermetiiing food in the stemich. To se cure pe;f;.ct dtges ion, fei mentation rnusi be stopped or prevented, and the acid dbui ra.i-ed. For this purpose physicians usually recommend getting a little bisur ated m-guesia from the chemist and tak ing hali a teaspooiiful iu a little hot o: cold water immediately afier eaung. Tney recommend bisurated m-mnesi* bec»use u is pleasant to take, has no dis agreeable afier tff-cts, a-.id iusi«riily stops feimeotiiion, neutralises the acid auo makes the sour acid food bland, swee and easily digested. 1 he regular use of bisurated magnesia— bo sure you get the bisuraiod, as other kinds of magnesia are of little value —is an abs &g...

Rushworth Waterworks Trust. TUESDAY, 6TH JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

Rushworth Waterworks Trust. Tuesday, 6th January, 1914. Present—Corns. J. M'K. Brown (chair man), H. Pocknee, E. A. Coyle, D, Crothers, C. Christie and Mr Jos. Holden (secretary). CORRESPONDENCE. Prom Mr Medbutst, enclosing cheque f»r rates and stating that he did not in tend to do anyihing in the matter of meters until the matter was satisfactory seb'led between the trust and the trust rati payers, and if they would not lef him have water under these conditions then they had better cut hia pipe off.—Re ceived. From Mr W. H. Taylor, Jane Black burn, A. S. Darby and E. Robinson, re meters, and asking particulars. The secretary said he had replied to these letters giving desired 'information. He bad made it clear that meters had only to be installed where the water was going to be used for other than domestic purposes. From Messrs F. Rich, T. G. Anderson and E W. Armstrong, string that their charges for putting on meters was 10s, and Is 6d per liuur for all excavating work ^additional...

WHOOPING COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH AND BRONCHITIS. LITTLE GIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTtlS. "My little girl, aped two years, had Whooping Cough and B orchitis for se en months." writes Mrs F. Lawson, 3 Water street, Caroperdown, N.S.VV. "Sometime* she was so bad she would fall down with weakness. Many a time I have picked her up thinking she was dead. She would hold her breath, and I would have to smack he on the back so a3 to help her to breathe again, 1 gave her a number of cougb reme dies, and 1 was always taking her to the doctors, and tney give her many . cough remedies, hut nothing had any effect what ever. One day a lady recommended me t. try Dr Sheldon's New Discovery and said i' was very good for Whooping Cough, so 1 not a bottle and gave her three and sometimes fiv- doseB a day,, and it seemed to re! eve her almOBt at once, and in a week's time you would not know ber ; she did not look the same child. She is much fatter, end has never coug'-ed since taking Dr Sheldon's New Discovery." Dr Sheld...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

The grain traffic has oommenoed in earnest, earlier than anticipated, and the Railway department reports that during the period from 16th December, 1913, to Saturday last 1,114,143 bags of wheat were despatched by rail, as compared with 815,735 bags during the correspond ing period of last season, or an increase of 798,414 bags. At the completion of the day's work on Saturday last 497,603 hags of wheat remained on hand at stations, as ompared with 88,056 bass last year, whilst on 2nd January no fewe' than 146,447 bags were loaded, as com pared with 107,235 bags od 20th January 1909, whioh previously construted the recoid day's loading in the his'ory of the department, Wheat is now being d<>. livered at stations at the rate of 170 000 bags per day, and is being despatched principally from the lines north of Ben digo and the Goulburn Valley and branches. So far no difficulty has been experienced by tho department In sneet« i&g thi demiad fos trucks.

Rushworth Mechanics' institute. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

Rushworth Mechanics' insti tute. A meeting of the c >mmirtee of bh> above w s held on Mouday evening last, >he» th-re were present —.VI e-srs T. Tulloch (in the ch^ir), J. 0. Walbran, E. A. Coy e, H. W«-ir, EL G-. P.rice, E. A. Muhlhau and E. 0. Rtsibrum (hou. sec.) , A letter was read from Mr G E. Coy, re-igning his position ou the committee of the institute. Mr Walbran moved and Mr Coyle seconded—That the resignation bei re ceived. Carri- d. Mr Cojle spoke with reference to raising the subscription fee to the insti tute, and it was agreed to bring the matter up at the anuu.il meetiug. Ou the motion ot .Mei-srs Muhlhan and Coyle it was resolved to hold the annual meeting on the 23rd iost. Mr Tullnch *aid the building had never yet been offered to the general public for inspection. Mr Muhlhan thought it nvght be the m^ns of obbaiuiug new subscribers. Others were of the same opinion, and on the motion of Mr E. A. Coyle, se conded by Mr H. Weir, it was deoided to open the bui...

Tragedy at Tallygaroopna. OLD MAN KILLED BY A BLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

Tragedy at Tallygaroopna. OLD VI AN KILL ft D BY A BLOW. A tragedy was enaC'ed at "abyva aopoa, about 12 in• Jq-i r.>m Sheop -rtoo, on" Saiurd-y .ogli' last. Oivilli- Byron Ran dall, aged 30, w s arrested on a charge of wi ful murrler > f William Henry Austis, 64 year-a of age, a highly respected resi dent of Congupua. The scene of the tragedy was the veiandah of he Vicori. Hotel. During rhe evening four men, namely, the deceased man Austis, the accused Ran b.ll, and two others named Bolger and W -s er, were at the ho el. Raudall was vety drunk, and about 11.30 p.m. he lay down under the verand-h. Bolger and Austis proe eded to arouse the sleeping man in order to see him home. Accused is alleged to have said " Leave me alone ; I'm all right; if you don't I'll stoush you " Austis said '"Don't talk about that or I'll put you on 'he broad of jour hack in quick time." The reply, it is alleged, was a blow on the jaw, whioh felled Austis. He was lifted by Randall and Bolger and plac...

GOULBURN WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

GOULBURN WEIR. (From Our Occasional Correspondent.) H the conclusion of the aft. rucn ser vice on Sunday, Dec-mbr r21st, M> Pari is, on behalf of the Weir congregati.ni, pre seined the Rev. F. C. and Mrs Vieker inaa with a Christmas box, which took the form of a handsome silver en ree dish, as a token ot the appreciation and high esteem in which they are both held by the congregation here. The fair in connection with the Gnul buru Weir Young People's Mission Band was held here on Tuesday, December 30 The hall had been most artistically decorated by the various stall-holders, who spired no pains to make the fair a success. The stalls—fancy, swee's, pot plants, produce, ice-cream and soft drinks, as weli as refreshments—looked exceed ingly pretty, and reflected great credit on the ladieB who were in charge of th--m. Unfortunately. ho«ever, the day was anything but pleasant owing to the preva lence of thunderstorms and the heavy showers which fell in the evening pre vented many peop...

Close Seasons for Qame. 1ST DAY OF JULY IN EACH YEAR TO 15TH DAY OF FEBRUARY. WILD DUCKS & TEAL OF ALL KINDS. WOOD DUCKS OR MANED GEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

Close Seasons for Qame. 1st DAY OF JULY IN EACH YEAR TO 15th DAY OF FEBRUARY. Wild Ducks & Teal of all kinds. Wood Ducks or Maned Geese. All other kfnda of Plover otfier than the Southern Stone Plover or Cur lew. Avocets, Gang Gaug Cockatoos, Wild Geese of'all kinds, Honey Eaters (except Wattle Birds and Leather Heads*, Mag pies, Native Companions or Australian Cranes, Land Hail and all other members of the Rail family (Porphyrio, Coots, &c.), Stilts. 1st DAY OF .TULY IN EACH YEAR TO THE Ioth DAY OF FEBRUARY FOLLOWING. Quail of all kinds (except Californian Quail). 1st DAY OF MAY TO THE 31st DAY OF OCTOBER IN EACH YEAR. Black-tailed Wallaby (Macropus Uala- - batus). Red-bellied Wallaby (Macropus Billardieri).

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 9 January 1914

For FURNITURE. FANCY GOODS. FISHING & SHOOTING REQUISITES. Let us sell you a Perfection Stove. Christmas all the year round for the oook. Prams and Pushcarts. Entirely New Stook. See our V\ indows for the rest. E. 0. RJSSTROM, PROPRIETOR. N'ote address— Opp. P.O., Rusliworfcii, -

Waranga Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 16 January 1914

Waranga Cricket Association. Tho draw was as follows : — Ja>". 10.—Ragambie v. Rushworth Moora v. Bailieston Murchison tho bye Jan. 17.—Bailieston v. Ragambie Murchison v. Moora Rushworth the bye Jan. 24.—Bailieston v. Murchison Rushworth v, Moora Ragambie the bye Jan. 31.—Murchison v. Rushworth - Moora v. Ragambie Bailieston the bye • Feb. 7.—Ragambie v. Murchison Rushworth v. Bailieston Moora tho bye - All matches to bo played on the ground o/ the first-named club,

FOR FAMILY REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 16 January 1914

FOR FAfrliL* REASONS. Mallock, the" ph'ilosouher, cncc met Carlyle. He and Carlyle differed-in -their views, and Carlyle ciubned Mai lock's opinions false an$ pernicious When Mallock called om Carlyle he talked in his lluenl way for two couse cutive hours. Then he rose to go. Al ike door Carlyle, who had smoked thv whole time in grim silence, took hit pipe from his month and said mildly— "Weel, good-bye. Mr. Mallock! I've received ye kindly because I knew yer initlier, but I never want to set eyes on ye again!" • "Dear me!" gasped Mrs. Hollonutt "Here's a terrible item in the paper. My word, how the poor maii must have suffered!" . "Well, what is it?" asked the hus band. "Why one of those unfortunate Mar athon runners over in New York swal lowed a sponge." "What? Let me see." After care fully reading the paragraph Mr. Hollo nutt flung the .paper clown. ■ "There never was a woman yet wvlio could. grasp a simple fact in print. This doesn't say the fellow swallowed a sponge." "I know i...

LOUBET'S QUIET LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 16 January 1914

LOUBET'S QUIET LIFE. It is wonderful how soon the peoyj will forget a man/who retires • fro;: some big public .position. • The cast of M. Loubet,; ex-President oi iVaiiCt is an instance of this. "I used.to think," he; remarked.scm. time ago, "that my political cxpsn. encc, the relations of subiects c-r nig; import to the nation, wo.i d ha o ' o me in men's minds, even though l a- ' no longer in power. But 1 am,net. u terviewed in these days. • 1-iowovc, one consolation has come in the nm; of the general neglect. There is c: at least who was a friend of Preside, Loubet who does'- not torget Cms-. Loubet He came to see me not ion ago, and we had a pleasant cnai." Loubet's tact, and kindness while 1: was- in public life were proverbial • Once' he was behig shown through ; picture gallery by a certain artist, an:: he began to criticise a particular!-, ugly picture. To his dismay, he found that his companion had painted it. Loubet covered the situation by sav ing: "You know thai it is cu...

A LESSON IN LOG[?] [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 16 January 1914

A LESSON IN LOGl£/ It'Is only within the memory of living man that legislation has under taken to protect domestic animals from the cruelty of their owners. Ownership was held to be absolute by most people, but there was one man in England a hundred years ago who could demonstrate the untenable na ture of this theory. . This -man was Thomas Erskine, .one of the greatesi lawyers and advocates of his age; A tradition survives at Kanipsiead, tin residence of Lord Erskine. which Mr. Charles G-. I-Iarpor has put" into his book, "Rural Nooks Round ••London.'-" and which shows how this legal au thority would have administered more recent laws. It is related that his .lordship.,while walking one day on Hampstead Heath. saw a ruffianly - driver vshaniefully thrashing -a miserably . ill-caved-fov horse. . Me remonstrated with the driver on the cruelty, of it, whereupon the fel low retorted:' "It's my own; mayn't I use it as 1 ■please?".. And he again belabored the wretched animal. .. Erskine....

NOVEL USES OF PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 16 January 1914

NOVEL USES OF PAPER. Germany manufactures annually 425,000 tons of paper; Lkiv.land, 20='». OlJO tons; ami Italy, 120,000 tons, but the United States makes ami uses more paper than all Kurope. the an nual production amounting to tons. A French journal mentions the following novel uses of paper in Ame rica:— Roofs of paper and compressed wood pulp have proved successful. A Chicago linn makes paper garments which are so light, flexible and con venient that they a.c largely- used in hospitals. The paper is made of the bark of the paper mulberry tree, ana is ttibsized and finely scraped. Sev eral sheets are superposed and sewn together.. The garments have narrow woollen bindings, buttons, button boles, and other fastenings. Papei cigars are made by sleeping paper pulp for ten days in a decoction of cigar clippings, passing it between the cylinders and rolling the sheets into the form of a cigar. Paper bottles and grain bags are made in Philadelphia. The paper horseshoe, which., accordin...

CLOSE SEASON FOR FISH. BLACKFISH. From 1st SEPTEMBER to 15th DECEMBER. TROUT. From 1st May to 31st August. MURRAY COD, PERCH and BREAM. From 1st OCTOBER TO 30TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Murchison Advertiser and Murchison, Toolamba, Mooroopna and Dargalong Express — 16 January 1914

CLOSE SEASON FOR FISH. Blackfxsh. From 1st September to 15th December. Trout. From 1st May to 31st August. Murray Cod, Perch and Bream. From 1st October to 30th November. Lake Waranga Inlet closed from August 1st to November 3uth. All dates are inclusive. The Minimum weight of Fish to be taken is as follows :— Blackfish 4 oz. " Murray Ood 1^ lb. Bream 5 oz. Murray Perch 8 oz. Catfish 4 oz. Trout. ... 8oz.

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