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WHILE HE WAS SOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

WHILE lHE WAS ISOBER. Mr. .loTavish attendled n. christen ing where thle hlospitulity of the guest know no bounds except the several capacities of the guest. In the midst of the celebration Irh. MaloTa'vish rose up and made the round of the em pany, bidding each a profoun fare well. "But, Sandy, mon," objeoted thi host, "ye're not going yet, with the evenin' just begun?" "Na," said the prudent MacTavish, ''I'm no' goin' yet. But I'm. biddin' ye guid-nicht wiwle I ken ye al'

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

STHE WEATHER i: The rainfall for last month .was very :light, only 61 points, but the results were beneficial, although a lot more rain will be urgently needed this month. During the last week or two Orbost seems to have occupied a un:que rosi tion, as the weather was miud and un sensational while the most terrific storms have occurred nearly everywhere else. On Friday last the rtflection of heavy lightning was seen in a northerly direction, veering round to the west and south-west. There was neither wind nor rain to speak of, and the storm, which proved a most unwelcome visitor in other paris, just missed this favored locality. In 13sirnedale it burst with great fury, the lightning being some thing phenomenal, and the place was devastated by a tremendous storm of hail. Similar reporis are to hand from Sale, Walhalla, Melbourne and other parts of the State. Melbourne was plunged in darkness and many of the streets in thbo suburbs were flooded. Bendigo had a similar experience, and a...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
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NEW MECHANICS' HALL [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

NEW MECHANICS' HALL * A meeting of the committee to raise funds for a new public hall was held on Tuesday evening, when there were 27 members present. The following officers were elected: President, Mr H. James; treasurer, Mr C D. Arkin.; joint secretaries, Messrs A: P. Mosley and A. Rennie. It was decided to take steps towards holding a bazaar, a series of popular concerts, skating carnivals and dances throughout the year, and the following sub-committees were appointed to carry out the various undertakings:-Concert: Messrs N. R. Macdonald, F. A. Leslie; M. Herbert, Jas. Lynn, R. J. Mosley and Rev. L. M. Nancarrow, Dances: Messrs W. A. Gluthb, C. O. Drever mann and J. Scouller, Mrs J. W. Bird and Miss Pardew. Skating: Messrs J. Tomlinson, G. O. Gluth, Jas. Lynn, F. McCGy, A. J. Rickard and M. Herbert. Bazaar: All the ladies on the general committee, with Messrs J. Tomlinson, L. Rose, F. A. Leslie, J. Rowe, C. O. Drevermann, G. S. WV. Hall, D. Munro. H. C. Slatterie, A. J. Rickard, ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
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THE RAILWAY RATE [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

THE RAILWAY RATE SPEAKING at Neerim Junction re cently, Mr Watt said he could quite understand Dr. Bride's self restraint wheni he spoke of the Lands Acquisition Act. But. one tale was good till' another was told. In .former days land for railways had :.costa vast sum of money. Then Parliament put the responsibility for providing the land upon which -the iron horse was to run upon the people bene fited. -The rate. the people in the district had to pay. was small and insignificant compared. with the great advantages that the line gave them. It was true that in their particutilar. case. there were great areas of Crown 'land, and such facts ought to be taken into consideration lIy: any Ministry. But they constituted a special and local problem, anid, pregnant as the facts were, they did. not seem to him to break down tlhe principle or disprove tlie wisdom of the Lands Acquisition Act in its gene ral application. : This is a fairly: goodstatement of the case from:one point of view and u...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
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HOME RULE CRISIS [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

HOME RULE CRISIS TRaE 11has not been for many yeaas a subject of such absorbing interest in Imperial polities as that of Irish Home Rule. :Thc. expectation that the masure Wvill be grianted at a coni parativcly early da.te has created some of the most extraordinary -situations. The people of Ulster, who view the proposals with uncompromising hosti-: lit, have for some time bJeen nmakin, preparations, withl! veryt little attempt' at secrecy, for civil w. I'hey tako e it for granted tha its sooii as an ?rishi _ Parliamnent is created; iti:silli iter; 1 - with their riglits and liberties ?ti?l they are accordingly prepared to or ganise what will amount to an armed rebellion. What justification they have for supposing theic will be any immediate need for the defence of their lives and liberties we mnust con fess we are unable to see, but the pos sibility of war is so seriously regarded that hitlherto unheard-of complications have arisen between thlie Parliament and at least a section of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

Mother's Friend lPedio Pomade for the Head, Strikes . Infesting Vermin Dead. S .Price Is, with Nit Comb, Is 6d. ' One application destroys vermin, kills nits, heals sotes, cures ringworm, and makes the hair grow thick and strong. SPrice is, large 2s, extra large S Sd : LAIOaLOT HEIrBERT, Orbost, sells Pedic Pomade is, and with Nit Comb is 6d ·... THE EMPTY CRADLE. Babies are Australia's best Imiui grants. In many homes baby does not appear, greatly to the disappointment and sorrow of husband and wife. A book on this matter contains valuable in formnnation and advice. Copy free, 2d sent for postage. Address: Department A.K.K. "Natura" Health Co. (Mrs Clif ford, Supt.), 49 Elizabeth street, Mel bourne. "TURKISH ROSE" is the most perfect skin food ever offered to the Australian public. It tones up and feeds tile tissues and nerves of the face in the most natural way and positively does not produce hair. One jar will transform the worst skin, giving a finue complexion and a beautiful so...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER IX. ANOTHER APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

"' Terribly Tempted.ig A SERIAL STORY' IV AJNABEL GRAY. Ct-IA PIER. IX. UAXeO! iE APIPEAL. ''"O! T 'o-day-and ihe day to come after ..i e .Everhtliin- ipparently went on l "'cl eot" .at the Lodge. Lconard was .,tacitly reconciled with ILenore, and lier imaginativo faciulties were such that -dshe pict.lsedl,the inner state of his ,minid with the satisfactory glow thant ,yoith thrdws over i·a belved one's )thoughts. ` " '.Tis sainiy-resisted love had conquer .ed leer- and yet tlieie were times when she -isished' she had neIver come to M:iyrtle ,Lodge, but had nairried .lPhiii .but -of hand, and growin used cto cook .ing, bakilig, and scrubbing, as a pooler .. man's wifeo -,Shio might have slumbered on them iin utteri-.gnoranco of passion's dolliium, .anhd accepted the.tender firiendsliip oa .marrage, with h. iliip as the best tringi .known to her, But Prosperine, faithful and I-eart wiekedd, had no power to retrace her steps. Weariness, depression a vaguOe terror of conseiqulences, fo...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
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LATEST TELEGRAMS PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. SAVINGS BANKS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

LATEST TELEGRAMS PREMIERS' CONFERENCE. SAVINGS BANKS. MELnofnlN1, Thursday. The Premiers' conference considered the question of Savings Banks, Mr Watt holding that the States should encourage the Commonwealth to retire from the business either by arrangment with the Goverroment or Federal legis lation, or by the s?ulbmission of the question to a referendum i f the people. At the Treasurer's conference it weas decided to ascertain the practicabiiity of preparing a scheme for the aboliion of competition between the Comnmonwealth and State Savings Banks.

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WORKER'S COMPENSATION ACT, 1914 [VICTORIA] [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

WORKER'S COMPENSATION ACT, 1914 [VICTORIA] By the provisioons of this Act, liabi lity of -a vry serious nature isimpose:l on all employers of laliour---whether ii be dmesiic; clerical or manual. Hlithlerto an employee has had certain ri~gls of recovery of damages in reepect of injuries received in his- employer'e s ervice: througli defective plant or thrugh .negligence of .thn.emip!oyer or of persoiis i his service. Now, how ever. no care on the employer's part will be of avail, as-the Bill provides that the employer will be responsible for all and every accident sustained by his em ployees duriiig the course of their enm ploynent. - .YO.R --LIABILITY. 1. Coxt'ENsA?wroN.. The Oompensation payable is:- ACOiDET SECTo~ ION. ().. In case :of ?:eaith-A sum equal. toI. ithree years' wag.I es 01: the dleceased or the sum of £200 whichever is grealer, butnot ex ceeding L500 in all. :(b). Where: death does nt resulh from the inJury Hlfot . r If wages, not exceeding £1. 10s.per week : hril re...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 3 April 1914

In Memoriam. JOINER.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life on 3rd April, 1913. Thou art not forgotten, Mother dear, Nor wilt thou ever be; As long as life and memnory last We will remember thee. -Inserted by her loving husband and family. JOINER--In loving memory of our dear mother, who departed this life on 3rd April, 1913. A painful shock, a blow severe, To part with one we loved so dear. Our loss is great we'll not complain, But trust in God to meet again. -Inserted by her loving son and daugh- ter, Daniel and Florence Joiner. JOINER-In loving memory of my dear mother, who departed this life on 3rd April, 1913, at Newmerella Orbost. R.I.P. One long year has passed today, Since my dear mother passed away. The trial was hard, the shock severe, To part with one I loved so dear. Eternal rest grant unto her, Oh Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon her. -Inserted by her loving son and daugh- ter-in-law, Charles Joiner and Louisa Joiner. THE -- -----0---- P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

WHOLESOME 'BRACING - AND REFRESHING P Ease ~~~ss ]· San Miguel CO MIERCRiANTS, ANrD SUPPLY HD JO&B - Brewers, Aeatd gWaer W Hted Kae +s, i and RefrpResfhent Rouam Coýrsponden te wi gated e li Articles used ths abMw Not" Addres 04t FLUIDERS mSTREET, MEfLB~OU85E. LIVE STOCK INSURANCE ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURJED AGAINST DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE. - FOALING. RFSKS COM YM-NCCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL AND DEATH FROM, ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. S.A1'.ES LOWEST CURRENT. CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHi'ERE NOT REPRESENTED. APPLY TO ~LGE , L D. ~LTD.MELBOURNE. : + : :. . _ ... , " ' . 1 i~S HaA'-RT1i' "lN. 2, £6'61/-. HART LE `No-. 2, £6/ti/-. KARTLEY 1 . 2, £6/16-. .HARTLEY No. 2, t L/6/6-. SBuilt throughoi!t of English first tuality pattern fiitings. Eadie tree -heel; fitted wit h.Oceeni, or Wyngeol yres. rGuaranteed for three, years. Lady's Miiodels, B] e`itra-. S ARKTLEY Nio. 1,. £10/1101- : : HAVTLiY l 1 £/10/ 01 U -TLEY;1K l0/10; .IIARLEYLL' 1, £010/10/-. S HARTLEYX. 'o.;...

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Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

e pted I A SERiAL STORY BY AN:ASEL GRAY. OHAPTER X. "Miss Dickson seems bent onl unfold-. ing theo niyserv your ?nrlher history\ is enveloped in," the Colonel said, coolly -almost scornfully. "O! I am \twr'iiclied!" cried Leiore, desperateli,. the pent-tup pain and tearS of long hours Jinding venti at last "I''l not useld to line ladics and their ways. I hate them, and I will leakve Myrtle Lodge to-night'!" HJoro was his opportunity. - "WVhere will you go?" .he asked, gravely. '"I don't know, or care mucnth, for that nmatter. . Everything--evey one hates me---so that I don't want to live. Why," cklsping her hands, ''when so many children died, dli they spare me!" '"Who Thle Iates- ? T'hey spared you for my delight, Lenore; but let us be practical at once. C' ome indoors and we will arrange something. Miss Dickson is enstertaining the curate and feeding on bath buns like .the bear at the Zoo-and tea'c She obyed Ihiu, and they entered the library together. t e clUsed t he door and gen...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
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FOR THE CHILDREN. THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

FOR THE CHILDREN. THERE'S NDO PLACE LIKE HOME. "I like the old-fashioned songs best," said grandfather. "Sing 'Home, Sweet Homo,' darlings; that's the song for me." "Very well, grandfather,' e weill," said Julia, readilyl. "Come. along, P'heomie you are chief songstiess, you know. I will play" the accompani ment..'" They had fresh sweet voices, these. two young girls, and as the light of the '::eaded lamp fell full on their brig'ht hair and pretty evening frocks, they made a picture that ilight have satis lied other eyes, besides those of 'a lov inug grandfather. 'i.There's no place like homeo!" The words were still echoing"through the rocm as Phemie returned to her seat, only to find her place occupied by Jack, irho had spread his "'rubbish," as Pho inio called it, all .over the table at which .heo usually sat. '"Clear it away, Jack I" she said, With i little imperious wave of her hand. "1 cannot have all this trash littered over niy work-table." "Trash !" said' Jack, indignantly, ...

Publication Title: Snowy River Mail
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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "tustlcus.") It is good to have it on the author ity of tuea buperiltendmut of lixports that there has ieeu a great expansion in the export of prouULU. Mur. Crowe's figures alluWV tiaut iS totl Value of produce snipped ror tne eignt mouths of the current nian im year, iratom 1st July to 261h Ie ubruary, was l 5,0tc,738, compared witil £-l,±U,obi ior tue same peritod at the prev.u.5 y"ar. 'lle in S, ? illuutlntS to over ob per :nflt., Ialnu is aoudnuted for cui-ei!y by trade in mu?l and wueat. In airy prod.lceo there was an incriase uo ~i14,i74, or nearly 13 per oeut. U1 this gain [-ut ter accounts ior £i:3,273, or Ili per. ceint. In auvacu?u of ti u igures lor mLe prevIOus y~ar. 'Inc trade in diled mula has nearly doubled, wuld business in cheeco, to quote ithe w\ods of the silperslctiIienet, has "I'ulpnued abt ut twelvetold." Poultry chuws an ad Vance et over 7Ul per cunt. With meat the grow\\ll is piienlominal. 'lne total value flr this year reaoues £1,311,57...

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SPECIAL SALE AT BENDOC March 31. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

SPECIAL SALE AT BENDOC March 31. Messrs A. Macarthur and Co. report having held their first, and a most suc cessful, sale of cattle at Bandoc, when they placed befora a v-ry large atten dance of buyers from the surrounding distric's 300 head of mixed ca tie. The yirding consis'ed mainly of steers suit able for turning on'; competitioi 'wis very keen for all c'asses and splendid prices were obtained thrughout. Young cattle were in best dema:id and many buy.rs went away unsupplied. We qu.ote: Fat heifers, nice quality, to £5 9s; forward-conditioned cows to £4 18s; cows and calves, to £5 is; bst steers, 2 and 3 years old, £4 lls to £5 5s; do., 1 and 2 years old, £3 15s to £4 8s; yearlings from £2 8s; also various lines of colored steers at good prices; heifers, 2 and 3 years, £3 is to £3 10ý; yearlings to £2 11s; store cows, £2 123 61 to £83 s; a 'line of aged merino ewes at 83 6d

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CANADIAN DUTCH BELTED COW. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

CANADIAN DUTCH BELTED COW. .)utch belted cattle are bred to a limited extent in Canada. This breed has been long in the upbuilding, but the basis of soiection having been the clear wide band of white around the body, tlhe results of centuries of w\crk are f;ar frolm satisfaotory fromn the dlairyitalt's staudp.oint. The breed ingult be considered as ornautental rather tlhan useful. T'he V oren Ca naidian cows are wort\hy of ImutIch cou sideration where a hardy breed is re quired. 'lIhe individual cow is sonmc what small, weighing only 7001b to U00Ib. A bull weighs about IU001b. In general colltforlilation they are some \\httt rough altd angular; in the cows the wedge shapo is present. 'he color is black or dark brown. As milk-pro dutcers they resemble the .Jersey, though in quantity and quality they fall some what behind that breed. An average of 6t.001b of milk of a little over 4 per cent. butter-fat is about thel stan dard. The first individuals of the breed are supposcd to have go...

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BAIRNSDALE STOCK MARKET. Bairnsdale, April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

BAIRNSDALE STOCK MARKET. Bairnsdale, April 4. Messrs A. Macarthur and Co. report: -Fat cattle-We had a double supply forward; competition was keen, and prices very high. We sold R. G. Brownlow's cows £7 33, £8 43, £9 12s and £9 10s; Broadlands estate cows E6 10s, £7 Is and £7 17s, light heifer £5 10s and £5 14s; Gordon Morrison's cows, £7 14;; HI. J. Dreier's cows. £5 138, £6 9s, £7 2s and £8 12s; Alex Hamilton's bullocks, £7 9s, £9 2s and £9 16s, cows £5 63; T. Smith's cows and heifers, £6 17s 6d, £7 16s, £7 19s and £9 15s; J. Bcurke's bullocks, £6 11s, £7 9s, £7 lels and £8 153; cows £7 6s and £7 8s. Store cattle-Good yarding, buyers keen aid prices firmer. We sold 120 head at improved rates. Pigs-56 penned. GoAd competition and prices goo3. Sheep -A fair yard ing; good enquiries for all classes and prices both for fat and store high. We sold 7 lambs at 15s 63; 96 xbred ewes, 2, 4 and 6 tooth, 19a 3d; 146 lambs, 9s; 51 wethers, 2 tooth, 15s; 35 merino ewes, lls 6d; 215 lambs, 9s 3...

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FEEDS AND FEEDING. SOME HINTS FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

FEEDS AND FEEDING. SO.ME INTI S FROM AMERICA. (By W J. J. Gillett, President Wisconsin .Holstoin Brocder.s Association.) There are n'b secret methods employ ed iii my iierd for fitting, feeding, and Ihiandling codi'S for. mnilk and .butter re :c iods,- and ,ihat little success has at tended our efforts :.has come throuigh prsactial. linies and the ruso of commer cial ldad miaterails that aro available to tsa ll. . I desire to put myself on re cord as stre?noously opposed -to- thei use of'iany stimulants, or to a pIractioo of. resting cows for months before calv rosting and fattening them for long peri'ods before fr:shening, would in. due time certainly prove detrimental to any dairy breed, for the re;ason that it 'would tend to injure characteristic per sistence, and wre .as breeders must re member, if we are to maintain the present reputation of the breed and log, or the practice of any other means that are not legitimate and practical and tending to show natural dairy abil ity. Pu...

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ORBOST CATTLE MARKET April 4. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

ORBOST CATTLE MARKET April 4. Messrs J. W. Bird and Co. report: -Cattle-We had a fair yarding and sold everything under the hammer at prices in advance of late. rates. We sold fats, light cows, £5 lOs; forward do., £4'to £- 10,. Stores-Bullocks to £6 4s; steers, £3 to £4; calves, 18; to 30s; heifer calves to 30s; store cows, £3 5s to £3 10s. Pigs--We penned -200. There were plenty of buyers and all classes made good values. We sold 48 nice-conditioned stores, £2 5:; 66 small stores, 32s to 35s; 75 slips 23s to 23s 6d; 7 weaners 13s; odd lots 31s to 39s. Privately we sold a team of working bullocks and 176 cross bred lambs at market rates. Messrs A. Macarthur and Co. report: -We had a fair yarding of cattle. Cows showing condition, which are scarce, met keen competition and prices showed a mrked improvement on late rates. We quote sales as follows: Fat cows (Jersey) from £5 11s to £5 18s; best Shorthorn cows in forward condi tion from £5 3s to £5 10s; others from £4 12s 6d. Heifers, ...

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MECHANICAL FOOD HANDLING. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 10 April 1914

MECHANICAL FOOD HANDLING:. In, appliances for labour-saving in the handling of food ,ian tho miodern great hotel, iwhere the wants of .eigh L·eci hundred :or two thousand guests must have pronmpti attention, much iii genuity has been -displayed. Tho auto iiiatic egg boiler,: actuated by clockwork (driveno by a lead weight) or a small electric motor, ligures largely "ini thu serving of breakfast. This ingenious applanc is one. of. tho few, whlicih ar .found inu mednlmt -and large-capiadlty restaurants also; because it saves well nigh 99 per cent: of the tinse and it tention- connected with boiling eggs to the p atroi's oi'ler,, aud occupies very little room: Suppose a. waiter has an order for 2-muinut eggs." :. a single miovenient the operator of the egg boiler :places tlio eggs in a metal bas ket a:nd- lowers them. into a tatik of boiling, w'ati' dit- tho bottom of the appliance, and sets theo index at the 2-minute marlk '.Ihen Isi can forget .it, .fori at tho expirationt of the-o t...

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