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DISTRICT NEWS. LAKE ROWAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. LAKE ROWAN. (From Our Correspondent). Tho annual tun-moding and concert in connexion with tho Presbyterian Church look placo oil Wednesday eveuing, 8th iust.f when the hull was crowded. The function served a double purpose, inasmuch as it also celebrated the 25th anuiver=ary of the Rev Mr Johnston's ministrations in Lake Rowan, mid lie rtc ived many con gratulations on ihe attainment of h'n silver jubilee in the good cause. The ladies had spread a tempting array of choice confec tions svhich received a due meed of appre ciative attention. Musbal visitors ftom Br-iialla and St James pruvided the music, Mis lson, of the latter township, skilfully accompanying the vocalists in their number?. A most enjoyable time was spent, and was brought to a ^hsc by :n acclamatory vote of thinks to all who had assisted ill making the ull'iir such a brilliant snc.'css, (particularly .Mrs Tail, who supervised the musical progiam) ai.d tho singing of the doxology. On Wednesday evening, d...
LADIES PLEASE NOTE! [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
LADIES PLEASE NOTE Ladies aro requested to note that the ofliueB of tho Ladies' College of Health liavo been removed from 46 Klizibnth-atreet, to Phair's Buildings, 327-329 Collins-street, Melbourne. The Colli'go liua the sole agency in Victoria for Dr D. M. Coonley'a famous Orniigo Lily Treatment, which for tho pauc 1!5 years hub been affeatiog aueli wonderful curoa among woman iu all pans of Australia. For the ben- fit of Bufirl'ora and for thoBo into whoso honn a King Baby has failed to appear a free valuable medical book will bo Bant to anyone writing to Dept. 44 Tho Lailies College of Health, Phair's Buildingo. 327 Collina . ntroet, Melbourne.
A Successful Conference [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
A Successful Conference Fecehal Ministers must lie warmly congratulated on (he outcome of the Premiers' conference. It 19 on thoir administrative doings rather thin on any measures th'-y can hope to p*S8 limb tliey must) rely. And, by the display of tact, mastery of detail, and 1 conciliatory spirit, they have got out of the Premiers' conference the bust it is possible for that body to i-ive. It must ho admitlod, further, that the tonoof the conference was, on the whole, admirable. The display of party feeling wa9 natural enough, but when big issues cama under consider ation there was a growing inclination to pub Australian intorssta first, and the scoring of party points second. It will be understood that the conference has neither legislative nor administra tive powers. Anything it has approved, anything it recommend?, may bo con demned by one or oilier of our fourteen Parliaments. If, after consultation with each other, Ministers dicido on any administrative act, they 11117 be ca...
Can We Acquire Beauty? [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
Can We Acquire Beauty ? This ia a question that will touch tho heart of overy lady reader, and, though it may not be answered to every lady's entiro satisfaction, there ia certainly a good deal of Interest in knowing how othor womon have done it, or imagine they havo. So that " Evorylady'a Journal'1 for April hits upon u live topic when it given the view* -and the portraits-of a number of leading women on ''How to bo Beautifull." It Booms bliat beauty of figure is tho grout consideration rathor than the beauty that ia skin deep, and wo learn from the ladii B who havo given their views to "Everylady'a Journal" that beauty of both body and fate will follow perfect health. This therefore, ia the object to aim at, and tho means suggested are many and various. Miss Do Vere, the sprightly aomedienne of " The Dandies," for example, advocates dancing, and Bays even the oft-condemned Tango has its advantages as a hoalth-exerciasr. Miss Murray, a Scottish champion, votos for Bwimmiug. Miss Me...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL. RAINFALL.-Following ia the official local rainfall record to dato of tbo present year;-January, 71) points; February, nil ; March, 1.1S ; April, 13. Total 2.40 [A comparative table ia published in another column.] There have been several tokens of rain since the last welcome showers ; but a further f ill, which i3 much needed to promote the youDg growth before the early frosts sod in, has bsr?n denied U3 on each promising occasion, OUR WATER SUPPLY. - Another ppell of dry weather has again almost depleted the household tanks in the township. It ia therefore gratifying to record thab a good stream is criming dowu the Boosey. It reached St James about) ten days ago, and yester day was near M'Cague's, about three miles above the local weir. It is an ticipated that the flow will reach this township by Saturday next. Though coming praotically at a time when iiu autumn rainfall may bo daily anti cipated, it will overcome the existing shortage, and purify tho present ret...
BALANCE SHEET. Liabilities. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
BALANCE SHEET. Liabilities. To Authorisod Capital ... £3000 0 Subscribed Capital, 2S74 shaveB at £1 2874 0 Leas Calls Duo ... 21 10 0 2852 10 0 Roaorvo Fund-£125 invested in Vic. I5uttcr Factoric.i Co., balanco in the business ... 185 IS 0 Accounts owing by company.... 1 17 4 Cancelled Cheques Suspen sion Account ... ._. 50 3 5 Outstanding cheques ... 253 12 0 Bank balauce Com'cial Bank... 1054 1 S Balauco from I'rofit and Loss... 29 11 3 £1427 11 2 Aescte. By Buildings, Land and Plant last audit ... ... £3035 13 3 Additions for paat 12 months.., 14; 10 0 Lfa! plant sold 3 0 "I p.c. dopreoi'n ... 98 13 3S47 10 11 34 shares Vio. Butter I' ao. Co. 340 0 0 Less Uncalled ... ... 125 0 215 0 0 Debts Duo to tlia Compinv ... 01 1 9 Bank Balauco National Bank 33 9 1 Cash in Hand ,,, 08 13 8 Stock ou Hand ... ... 50 7 0 Butter on Hand ... 91 0 0 £4427 11 2 Trading Account. 1 To Stock on Hand, February 28, 1913 ... £116 17 1 Butter ditto ... 131 0 1 Auditor's Fco ... ... 6 6 0 Cartage ... ......
Bumptious Cecil. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
Bumptious Cecil. Cecil Rhodes's masterfulness and sense of importance met with littlo opposition as a rule, but a little Ger man clerk in the Transvaal Govern ment offices at Johannesburg before the war taught him a lesson. "Please attend to me at once," thun dered the Colossus, "I can't wait." "When your turn comes, mister," replied the clerk. "Confound you, man! Don't you know who I am?" asked Rhodes. "Oh, yes, I know you; ibut don't you worry about me," was the clerk's un ruffled reply. "If you were in Cape Town I would have you discharged at once!" roared the great man. "Yes," said the clerk, very cooily, "I've .heard they discharge people in Cape Town for doing their duty. But this isn't Cape Town-this is a Re public."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS! T. ALL ATT Begs to announce having completed opening up AUTUMN & WINTER GOODS. MILLINERY DEP ALITMENT. MISS DUNKLEY has charge of this department, which is fully stockrd with tho very Li teat Novelties in Millinery. All New and Right Up-to-date. 05- FIRST SHOW -SATURDAY, MARCH 28tb. j&) DRESS DEPARTMENT We have opened up a large range of Dress Fabrics, including Tweeds, Serges, Costume and Amazon Cloths, WinceyB, etc. A very full range of Donegal Tweeds, Astrella Cloth, Cheviot and Coating Sergrs. Fnll ruage of Trimmings. MISS EDSALL has now resumed duties in the Dressmaking Department, ALSO SHOWING.- A Nice Selection of LADIES' & CHILDREN'S COATS, including Silk Mackintoshes, llydrotites and Blanket Tweeds; also Laiiiea *nd Children's Golfers. A Complete Range ef MEN'S CLOTHING, SHIRTS &lt;kc., OVERCOATS (luy-lrotites and Waterproof). SUITS MADE TO MEASURE.-Styles and Patterns up to date. Patterns better than...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
BUSINESS NOTICES ?| H © © S ® I ® H CI lasissanGs i ias? * INSURE WITH A totally AUST.KAL.IAN COMPANY Fire, Live Stock, Crops, Stacks, Personal Accident, Employers' Liability, ...... _.-Etc., Etc. All Information will be Supplied, y b b j y y by the Local Agent- £& 1 JLii-4 New ALSTON'S Windmill® (.0^" V/C i. f / / / The Wfchawsm i? of (ho simplest foun consis-i'-gof on'y Three Moving Pmts, which aru entirely &lt; nclosecl ill a du*t-pi"«'f can- and run i" an nil bath. Fitted throughout with N;&lt; el B&lt;11 Bearing", which mnlte it Ftie tionless, Noiseless and Una-em:>ljle. The Simplest, -ticnpe-'-taml Lightest Running Mill ever Manufactured. WRITE VOR CATALOG. Over 30,000 "Alston" Mills in use throughout Australia. ALSTONS WMWfkimvmiM STEEL FRAMED GALVSK1ZED 8TCIK Tlfillil8 The BEST TROUGH Ever Invented W1LL ^iOT "C E? AC K, LEAK, RUST, op ROT Packs in Small Supplied § In AH Lengths. " ' THE CHEAPEST & F,?ijST DUR&E-LE TROUGH EVF...
METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
METHODIST. TUNOAMAH CIRCUIT - Tungumah 7.30, Kev U. C. Perkins; Wafjgarandall .'i, Devcuish 11, Kev E. C. Perkins; Stcwarton 2.80, Kev. E. C. Perkins ; Boweyn li, Supply; Peechclba 2.30, Supply. KATAMATITK CIRCUIT-Katainutito 3, Mr Roe, 7.30, C.H., Dunbulbaluuo 3 unci ".30 (C.A.), Rov T. Roberts; Youaroiig 1), Mr Roe; Youuumite 11,- Rev T. Huberts.
An Eye-Opener. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
Eye-Opener. A workman was pushing a loaded truck near a small village in Bedford shire, when upon neariug the foot or a steep hill lie was overtaken by a pedestrian whom the workman ac costed with the words, "Here, mate, take hold of this, quick. I've got something in my eye." The walker did so, upon which the workman walked 011, and, pulling out his hand kerchief, commenced to wipe his eye, making great faces and grumbling about "the confounded thing," and hoping he would soon get it out. This continued until they reached the top of the hill, when his compan ion asked him what it was he had in liis eye. He replied, "That hill." Whistler had a French poodle o£ which he was extravagantly fond. This poodle was seized with an affec tion of the throat, and Whistler had the audacity to send for the great throat specialist, Mackenzie. Sir Morel!, when lie saw that he had been called to treat a dog, didn't like it much, it was plain. But he prescribed, pocketed a big fee, and drove away. T...
WOMEN TO CACKLE 1000 YEARS HENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
WOMEN TO CACKLE 1000 YEARS HENCE. An English scientist lias predicted a dire calamity for the woman of a thousand years from now. She will cackle Instead of talk! A man of 1913 could not possibly understand a woman of 3013. But man in general will have been slowly accustomed to the change in the course of centuries, so that the dreadful catastrophe will not burst upon a society entirely un prepared. H. A. Henderson, of London, is the sponsor for tho dismal forecast. And he b&lt;ames the modern woman, claim ing that she is paving the way, slow ly but steadily. She is wrecking the vocal cords of her sex by abusing them shamefully. Even now, he says, tc overhear any feminines chat at random is to be conscious of a cackle that could give points to the noisest of lien yards. And it is towards that same cackle that the voice of the soft er sex is drifting. A number of different causes are given as responsible for this change. Our soft-voiced mothers and grand mothers did not have ...
WIBLY BUTTER FACTORY CO [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
WIBLY BUTTER FACTORY CO Following ie the dijectors' report and balance sheet of the above corn piny, eubmitt'd at the annual meeting of i-h'irehold. i J l ist week, aa reported in our laat iesmo: DIRECTORS' REPORT. We have the honor to present you with tlio following report, dealing wilh the last twelve mom lis'operations of your company:-1S8.755 lba of cream lmvn bion purchased rturini> the twelvo months, at a OOBC of £3180 3a Id, from which 90,171 lba of butter have bean made, and with 13123 on hand last audit, hus bnen dis posed of uB follows:-'19,168 exportpd, 36,512 lbs sold in Melbourne, 11,730 lba sold locally, and 2,181 11-8 on hand. The sum of £2,154: 9a Id has been received on account of exporter! butter, £1,690 -Ji Sd for butler sold in Melbourne, £553 5s Gd for the butter sold locally, and the butter on hand is valued at £91 You will note that the trading »c cnunt shows a credit balance of. £01 16s Id, which with the balance from last audit of £61 8s 61 his been dis p...
He Came to See the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
He Came to See the Moon. The death of Sir Robert Ball, the famous astronomor, will be regretted by every one of the many thousands who have heard him lecture, for as a lecturer he had an unusually intim ate and friendly manner that put him on good terms with his audience the moment he began to speak. His fund of good stories, too, was apparently limitless. Among the anecdotes lie enjoyed telling was one relating to the time he was at the Dunsink Observatory. A working man called to see him one day, and in reply to Sir Robert's question, he said he wanted to see the moon through the telescope. "Certainly!" replied Sir Robert; "and if you'll come back this evening I'll be glad to let you use the tele scope." "Can't I see it now?" asked the man in evident astonishment. "No, I'm afraid not," said Sir Ro bert. "You must wait till the even ing." "But, lor' bless ye!" exclaimed the man, "I can seo it myself at night without any old telescope." And he walked off with an air of great disgust...
THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
THE RAINFALL. The following table Bhows lbs r&in f ill registered at the Tuni*nai>ib Post Offijp during b ibIi month from Janu ary, 1911, up to date : 1911 1912 1913 1914 Jsnunry Ffibru iry M 'irch April Mny Jans July Au»UBt September Oa'nber November 33 Di'O' mlifir Totals 20.02 19.91 17.31 During a rocout aviation meeting a young woman wcut through tho hangars and nslced tho usual foolish question? that uviutura aud their mechanics Imva to auswor. " But if your ougine otopu in tho air, what Imp poiiB 1 Can't you uome down." That's oxaotly tho t-'oublo, roapondod tho willing guide." Thiira arc uow thren mon up in tho air in Franoo with thoir eugiuo stopped. They oan't got down, and uro otarving to death,"
Deafening. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
Deafening. The youth was In danger of drifting into bad courses, when one of the noble people who interest themselves in such cases persuaded him to accept employment on a farm. Alas! a week later the lad reappeared in his old haunts. "What, James!" exclaimed his bene factor, reproachfully, "back again? Why didn't you stay on the farm?" "I couldn't stand the country, sir," answered the bred-and-born gutter snipe. "Too quiet for ye-eh?" "Quiet, not 'art; much too noisy," cried James. "Why, crikey, sir, it was fair deafenin*. Wot wi' the. row of the birds in the daytime, and the noise of the silence at night, I' very near went off my 'ead."
Then He Was Somebody. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
Then He Was Somebody. "Yes, sir," said Philip, "I've come to the conclusion that I amount to something after all. There have been times when I was disposed to believe that I was a mere cipher in the world, but I can never have so small an opinion of myself again." "What has caused this sudden change in your estimation of votir self?" "I have just been talking to a man who wants my vote." Forty women are a delusion: one woman is a snare. Beauty is as inseparable from truth as fragrance from a rose.
YARRAWONGA STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 16 April 1914
YARRAWONGA STOCK SALE, Mcsbia M'Phorsou, Tliom and Co. report having hold 'heir usual fortuighUy stock salo at tlio Yarrawouga Corporation Yards oil Thursday, the 2nd iual., when u good yarding of botli sheep and cattlo camt forward to a large attendance of buyeis. Bidding was brisk throughout the Bale, ami prioes realised were well above late rates. Wo sold as follows:-Sheep : Fat crossbred wethers, 10j Id to ISj OJ; fat crossbred ewes, to ISs Gd ; fat crossbred weaners. to 15s Od ; 307 crossbred ewe w.-aners, 13s 4tl; 161 crossbred weaners, mixed sexes, 15s 3d. Cattlo: Fat oowe, to £10 ; fat bullocks, to £7 llii ; fat heifere, to £0 IBs; 30 store bullocks, £G 9j to £6 Us: 12 store bullocks, to £6 la 6d ; 8 steers to So Ss ; 10 hoifarn, to £3 8s ; 6 heifers, to £3 2s (id ; 19 poddies to £2 os; 11 poddies, to 2Ss. We also offered, on account Thus. E lmondson, Esq , his horsoe, as advertised by us. Tlioy sold as follows Grey tiily, 3yrs old, £17 10s; bay mare, 4yrs old, £1" 10s j bay...