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Home Reefs Gold Mines, N.L. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Home Reefs Golcf Mines, N.L .ANNUAL MEETING. THE second half-yearly (first annual) meeting, of shareholders in above com pany was held at Mr Breen's office on Saturday afternoon. The following share hold«ra were preBent:-Messrs R A. Maddison, J. Jagoe. M. J. Breen. C. G. Williams, J. Scroen, T. Serpless, W. hnno, M. Lane, W. H, Goldsworthy, G. W. Sharp, R. H- Rowe, J. T.~ Rowe, J. A. Dando, J. C. Carlile, J. A. Eraser aud Dr. 3. G. Skewes. Mr Goldsworthy, chair man of directors, presided. Chairman said that before proceeding with the business he thought a tribute of respect should be paid to the late Mr Manning, who was a director of the com pany and had taken a great interest in tbo proceedings. He mored that_ a minute be placed on the books apprecia tive of the good work done by Mr Manning during his connection with the company.-The motion was seconded by Mr Breen, and carried. Minutes of previous meeting were then read and confirmed on the motion ofiMr Sharp, seconded by Mr Jagoe...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Mining Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Mining Notes. FOLLOWING dredging-returns have been rnrorted for the week* ended Friday last: ozs. Junction (4 days) ... ... 28'X Maori Queen (5 days) 36X Ovens Valley (fortnight) ... 38^ Porepunkah 21 With the exception of the Ovens Valley and Poiepunkah dredges, the remaining two-Junction and Maori Queen-did not work full time. The yield in each case, however, was satisfactory, the former won 28}oz. and the latter 3Gioz. For the fortnight, the Ovens Valley returned 38?+oz., an aveiage of a little better than 19J-20Z. per week. There is not much encouragement for those engaged in molybdenite mining, judging by the following paragraph taken from the "Bulletin" last week: " Molybdenite ore is fairly well distribu ted through the New England district of N. S. Wales; yet Yate's mine at KingE gate produced 15 tons out of the total if 18 tons for the whole district. The value of 18 tons is estimated at £7357, or, eay, £409 per ton. The ore occurs in pipes at Kingsgate, but true veins exie...

Publication Title: Alpine Observer And North-Eastern Herald
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Making a Seaport. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Making a Seaport. A-gentleman from Vermont was travelling West in a Pullman when a group o£ men from To'peka, Kansas, boarded the train and began to praise their eity to the Vermonter, telling him of its .wide streets and beautiful avenues. Finally the Vermonter be came tired and said the only thing that would improve their city would be to make it. a seaport. The enthusiastic Westerners laugh ed at him and asked how. they could make it a seaport, being so far away from the ocean. The Vermonter replied that it would I be a very easy task. ' - J "The only thing that you will have i to do," saiil he, "is to lay a two-inch pipe from your city to the Gulf of Mexico. Then if you reliows can suck as hard as you can blow you wiy have it a seaport inside half an hour."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

WORKERS' COMPENSATION Fire. Accident. ItOsaea by Bush Fires and Lightning Ma tnade good by this Company AGENTS WANTED. , DALGETY & Co. LTD., MELBOURNE. General Agents for Victoria. The Phoenls Insures CnOFS aai STACKS Rgslnat damage by FIRE and Crops egainBt damage by HASL. 8TONE3. To prevent green vegetables from boiling over, drop a piece of dripping the size of a walnut into tlie centre of them just as they commence to boil. When cake tins are worn thin, scat ter a little sand over the oven sheli before putting the tin in, and the cake wili not burn in the baking. Wheat Farms on Shares with Right of Purchase FARMS* TO LET, ready for plough. Five Miles to Rail. 24-inch rainfall. BOX 1075, G.P.C., SYDNEY. The smile of fortune is better than her laugh. To tell mushrooms from the deadly toadstool, sprinkle a little salt on the spongy parts. If the.v turn yellow they are poisonous; if black, they are ?wholesome. Apple and blackberry, equal parts, Is a delicious jam mixture, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

A Simple Home Recipe that Restores Grey or Faded Hair without the use of Dyes Anyone can restore their grey or faded hair to its natural color, stim ulate its growth, and make it soft and glossy, with this simple recipe, which they can mix at home. To V/2 oy. of Rejuveni Compound add loz. of Bay Rum, shaking well together; then add sufficient water to make 10 oz (l'/& pints). These can be pur chased from any chemist at little cost. Apply to roots of the hair every night until natural color is restored. This mixture is not sticky or greasy; does not darken the scalp, and does not rub off. It will make a grey haired person look 10 to 20 years .younger. Almost every chemist has these ingredients in stock, or can easily get them for you from the wholesalers. S. H. Henshall, Chemist, 426 Clar endon-street, South Melbourne. Coun try orders a specialty. All latest American, French and London Toilet Preparations stocked. Goods sent per return post, packed free from obser vation. A t...

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Bright Shire Volunteers. Men who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Bright Shire lolmteers. Efien who are Serving their Country. OUR ROLL OF HONOR. WE give below the list of those residents who are either fighting or on their way to fight for the Empire and freedom, to gether with those who are natives of the district but at the time of their enlistment were residing in other parts of the State Also a list of those heroes who have fallen in their country's cause : Died from Illness Ray K'Lcan (WandiligODg) G. D. Renton (Harrietville) A. T. BriggS (Tawongt) Killed in Action. F. B. Metcalfe (Bright) II. floncychurcta (WandlligonR) - ®. M'Nell (Lower Bnckland) A. Murray (Freeburgh) W. A. V. HiggS (Bright) C. Pool (Freeburgh) r A S. AttridgC (Wandiligong) C- ?artliew (Happy Valley) T. PattOU (Buffalo River) T. Willoilghby (Wyrtleford) N. Kothery (Myrtieford) J. It. Slinlberg (Bright) AlCX Don (Harrietville) Joe Gribble (Wandiligong) A. Johnston (Bright) H. George (Bright) T. C. Grcnness (Harrietville) A. E. JeSSlip (Forepankah) IS. Pople (Bright) J. SI'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MM AT B BIGHT. THE LEAIHISC REXONA, the lUpiii Hraler, is n fliro enemy to ns well <\s to till other ' skin clis<*\se<*. Itexona will mako your : skin henlthy, ilusfroy r.he germs of the . (lis:'nsp for over, and cause the building " up of a new akin (issue. A hot bath with Rexona Soap, gontlv anointing with Eexona Ointment-a jiloasant treatment. Result: Sleop quietly, skin soothed and hoafed, whiio soon all trace of tin? disease leaves you. You are healthy. Kc7.oina yields to the powerful healing influonco of Rexonn, . the Rapid Healer. Price, 1/0 and 3/-. " I have been troubled very much with Eciema on tho leg, and have used many preparations, but derived no benefit therefrom," writes Mr. D. Cameron, 29 Ann Street, Roslyn, Dunedin, N.Z. " Hearing of yo;;r Rexona Ointment and Its healing yirtues, I gave it a trial, and ; am pleased to say that, alter i:slng a u number of so-cal.'e.l cures, I at last found a quick and reliable ...

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St. John's Wort. DRASTIC ACTION TAKEN IN YACKANDANDAH SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

St. John's Wort. DRASTIC ACTION TAKEN IN : YACKANDANDAH SHIRE. AT the ordinary monthly meeting of the Yackandandsb Shire Council on Wed nesday of last rreek, the following report was received from thd thistle inspector: I have visited nlmoat every portion of the ahire locating, and treating St. John's Wort, and regret to state that it is be coming very prevalent, and has made its "ppearanoe in several places in the Kiowa Valley. This is 5 matter lhat must be taken up seriously by every landowner throughout tho shire, in ord;r thnt it's pro gresa may be checked. During tho in terim I was fo:ced to emp'oy men to erndicato the pent in seven different private propuities, and have isBucd accounts , 10 the owners for tho cost of tho work. I also employed men in seviral places to eridicale it on roads, reserves and Grown lands During the month 30 tons of salt have been ordered for the Kiewa riding and six tons for the Yckandandah ridinp. Fivo tons have been stnt to Hunning Greek. A conside...

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Phases of the Moon, 1917. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Phases of the Efioon, 1917. MARCH. First quarter-1st Full moon-9th List quarter-16th New moon-23rd FirBt quarter-30th APRIL, Full moon-7th Last qurrlor-15th New moon-22nd FirBt quarter-29th MAY. Full moon-7th Last quarter-14th New moon-21st FirBt quarter-29th JUNE. Foil n>oon-5th Last quarter-12th New moon-19th . ' First quarter-28tb JULY.. Full moon-5th Laat quarter-11th New moon-19th First quarter-27th AUGUST. Full moon-3rd Laat quarter-10th New moon-18th First quarter-26th SEPTEMBER. Full moon-lot LaBt quarter-8th New moon-16th First quarter-24th OCTOBER. Full moon-1st List quarter-8lh ' Now moon-16th First quarter-24th. Full moon-30th NOVEMBER. Last quarter-7th New moon-16th First quarter-22nd Full moon-29th DECEMBER. Last quarter-7th New moon-14th First quarter-21st Full moon--28th Th< Licences Reduction Bonn1, will Ft at Beeohworth on 21st inet, whet) tl e following lipt of hotels in the' ^Ynckandon dah diatriot will be coneirferc 4 Altr'on Hotel, Allan's Flat an...

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CHAPTER XIV. He Comes! [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

CHAPTER XIV. He Comes! .bene Kedeslegh sat idly watching the sparkling waters of tlie Mediter ranean, where the boats darted briskly to and fro, and the cries of the fisher folk rang like music. The happiness of a sunlit day was all about her; the world was aglow with radiant hope. And hope and happiness companioned her joyously. Now she knew the real, the inner meaning of love. She thought with a slow shudder of that other year when she had believed a man's flashy man ner had captivated her heart, when her starved soul had expanded like a lotus to a few words or ruisome praise coming into the barren wilderness of her life; but in a moment she had set the thought behind her. . "I .will not think of the past; it is dead-dead, thank God!" she cried. "As-he-that man is,dead. The pre sent is mine and the future, my own, to make what I will of them. I de serve happiness, I have suffered-but -but-to make him happy, to give him such a love as he aeserves, that is all the happiness I need."...

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Bright Patriotic Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Bright Patriotic Committee. THE usual niontMy meeting of above was 1 held at the Shire Hall on Monday evening. The following were present-Messrs. M. Stewart, J. S. H. Walker, T. R. Kett, J. A. Dando, J. Brogan and Rev. G. Bram mall, hon. sec. An apology was received from Mr A. Miles. Mr Brogan was voted to the chair. Correspondence was read from Mrs Syphers and Mrs Matthews, acknow ledging receipt of committee's letter of condolence. The balance-sheet from the recent concert showed the receipts from all sources to have been £6.-It was decided to vote ^"5 of this amount to the local Red Cross Society. Some discussion ensued regarding the next ontertainment, and it waB un animously decided to invito the Porepun kah " Novices" to stage their programme on Friday, 23rd inst. Prices of admission were fixed at 2/ and 1/, with an extra charge ot 6i for booking. Dance to rfollow,. the charge to be 1/. On the motion of Rev. Mr Brammall, seconded by Mr Brogan, a hearty vote of thanks was accor...

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A Feather in the Wind Published by Arrangement with Cassell & Co., Lon. and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

A Feather in the Wind By FRANK H. SHAW, ' Author of- "The Love Tides." '"The Bondage of Hate," etc. Published by Arrangement Vith Cassell & Co., Lon. and Jlelb. All Rights Reserved. ' CHAPTER XIII. fContinued V. "It's the most wonderful story ever you heard. Originally she was a shop girl, bless her! You must bear with me if I rhapsodise, Jack; I'm almost' bursting with happiness. Walk round the grounds once more; we'll go and . find the Claremonts afterwards. They said they were going in to the con cert. Listen:. I'm in love!" "So it would appear. I'm unneces sary here evidently. I heard from Saunderson that you were staying on. He was in at the Junior Cavalry three nights ago, so I got-leave and came to see you. 'Might as well .have spared myself tlicj trouble." Carboyne squeezed the arm he grip ped. ! "Don't worry; we're pals, and-we iknow it without slobbering over one 'another's shoulders ^ and mopping, up each other's: tears," "Oh, yes, we're pals all right. After that...

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Obituary. MR HENRY S. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Obituary. MB HENRY S. SMITH. Old residents throughout the Bright district will regret to hear of the death of Mr Henry S.. Smith, whioh occurred at his residence, Hampton, on the 19th ult. Mr Smith waa for many years a prominent resident ofl.Bright where he held the position of manager of the Bank of Australasia. DuriDg his long as sociation with the town and district, Mr Smith did much to further its various interests. He was identified with almost every institution, and at all times he could be relied upon to bear his share of .the public burden. Possessed of a genial disposition, Mr Smith made many friends ?in consequence ; while in business circles he was sver ready to give advice and as sistance. Mr Smith who was 73 years of age, leaves a wife and matured family of sons and daughters.

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AGRICULTURE. INTENSIVE WHEAT GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

AGRICULTURE. INTENSIVE -WHEAT GROWING. By A. H. Renard, Author o£ "A B C of. Rational Manuring" and "A B C o£ Scientific Stock "Feeding." The terms "intense" cultivation and "intensive" cultivation are often contused and are held by many to be, alike, being a distinction in terms without a difference in principle! In; point of actual fact, the two systems of cultivation are very widely apart.; "Intense" culture increases the for-, cing of plant growth, such as hot-' house cultivation, and in the open, market gardening, wherein the soil .is simply regarded as the vehicle for. conveyance of plant food artificially provided by plant growth. On the other hand, "intensive" cultivation means something quite different. The plain meaning of this method is "the husbanding of everything that can: be used to improve the soil and its use to promote the "rowth of the pro ducts of the soil." The sum and sub stance of "modern" agriculture is the elimination of waste.' Intensive; cultivation, of wh...

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CHAPTER XV. A Declaration of Love. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

CHAPTER XV. A Declaration of Love. Her very soul was signing a rliap- , sodical liymn of joy; strange and wholly delicious tremors surged , through her being. She wanted to j laugh aloud, and in a moment was per ilously near the verge of tears. The crisp wavelets, hounded by a merr-y, I laughing wind, sang to her of love, of, love that filled the world and high heavens beside. She turned a swift flushed face over her shoulder, and her training enabled her to say with almost coolness: "Good morning, Lord Derek." And all the time she knew that it required an actual physical effort to beep herself in the low hammock chair, to prevent herself leaping full into his arms. 'I want to speak to you, Belle, to tell you something. Not here. See, there is a boat waiting-a fairy pin nace. Will you come?" "Granny will " "Lady ClaTemotit knows I am in search of you. I think-think she gave me her blessing." More flushes, more thrills, and a new quivering sense of expectancy storming her.' "Oh, coma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Time of receiving ap plications extended to FOURTH ISSUE MONDAY, 2nd APRIL, 1917 Applications will continue to be received to the above date in terms of the original Prospectus, with the following adjustments : FULLY PAID APPLICATIONS.-If lodged on or before 8th March, 1817, interest at tile rate of £ J 17s 6d- per ccnt. will he paid on 15th June, 1917. lflodg-d after 8th March and on or before 2nd April, 1917, interest at the rate of £f JOi. . per ccnt. will be paid on 15th Juno, 1917. INSTALMENT APPLICATIONS.-If deposit and fir«-t instalment paid on or before 8th March, 1917, interest at £3 14s. per ccnt. will be paid on 15th Docombor, $917. If deposit, first and second instalments are paid after Sth March, but on or before 2nd April, 1917, interest at £3 12s. per cent, will he paid on 15th Docombcr, 19 J 7. AH other instalments will be due on dates shewn in the Prospectus. After the dates mentioned above interest will be paid half-yearly at rate of per annum. Applications will be...

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Myrtleford Market [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Myrtleford Market Flanagan-, Newman * Co. rep*:, ing their fortnightly market tleford yards Wednesday, i a big yarding of all classes of s'1-1 ? good attendance of buyers. Put", again good, and competition right throughout. Pi^'S, best U-. -^4 §/6 to £lt stores £2 15, ^ 210,i ?. suckers 27/, 25/ to 23/. Sheep til1 wethers 35/, 34/, 31/ti to 30/ «4' prices from 2S/9 down to 2S/ ' ewes in lines,. 33/U to 33/; la®" 37/ to 26/ to 25/1 to 23/10 to *2r i prices from 21/9 down to IS/1 Kf.fc Vealers.1,9 13/6 to 17 15/ to IM'J locks L17 to L1S12/B to L16 10/J®? to LI4, heifers L15 4/ to LM 5/ j0*,. U3 7/6 to 1,13 and at all prices fp? 10/ down to L9 12/5, cows Ll-lVi down to L13 17/0; bullocks, ward condition, h 14 2/6 down toMfc L10 7/6 to L9, store cows L10 jj cows and calves at L14 7/, to L5 to « is/. Show dt WLudiligoiig to-niort^|

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A VISIT TO CENTRAL DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

A VISIT TO CENTRAL DEPOT. A tram ride, costing the modest Bum of twopence, from the city, deposits one at Government House gateB. A short walk through the ground, and the spacious pre-war ball-room is reached. It ia now a receptacle tor goods of every description, and a throng of busy people are at their . different duties. We were shown over the Ijilding by Mrs Dr. Norris, whose husband and eon have gone to the front. The first department comprised old linen, Piles were being sorted by two ladies, who cut off hems, seams, button holes, etc. This refuse is sold to piper mills, and quite a large sum realised. The buttons are saved and seat to the Belgian children. The linen is then rolled into bundles, all of a uniform size, and packed on shelves, which are covered carefully. Bandages came next on the list-all sorts and sizss. Good abdomiaal bandages are made from the sound parts of old sheets, the length required being to go once or twice round the body. On our inquiring if old curt...

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Concerning People. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

Concerning People. UR; s. G. Skewes, accompanied by Mrs Skewes, left" Bright for a well earned holiday on Tuesday morning. The doctor expects to be. absent for at least three weeks. Meanwhile his duties are being attended to by. Dr Stephens, of Mel bourne. . . Mr. E. Martin, shire engineer, com menced work on Monday by visiting Tawonga and obtaining details in con nection \yitij the proposed re-building of the top bridge over the Kiewa River. Says the Melbourne "Punch" :-"Con gratulations are being showered on Miss Hattie Knight, ot Hawthorn, whose en gagement to Mr J. W. Leckie has just been announced. Miss Knight was a member of the staff of " Punch " until recently, when she left Melbourne to take up a position on an evening paper in Sydney. She .is quite youug and prEtty, with an immense enthusiasm for ber work, and is classed among the best of Australian brainy girl-writers. Mr Leckie, who is a grazier with wide and. far-reaching.commercial interests, is, be sides, a well-known...

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EXTRAORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Alpine Observer and North-Eastern Herald — 2 March 1917

EXTRAORDINARY MEETING. An extraordinary meeting of share holders was then held. Mr Goldswottby occupied the chair, and 5G53 shares were represented either personally or by proxy. The chairman having declared the meeting properly constituted, said the directors, after the experience of the pre liminary work, had. found that the original capital had been too small to allow of successfully working the mine As was pointed out in the report, several unforeseen circumstances had arisen, which had told against the finances in a manner that was never anticipated. They still had every confidence in the venture, and it' was thought that if the share holders would sanction an increase in the value of shares from 5| to 7/6 that the amount desired would place the property on a sound basis. He moved that the capital of the company be incroased by raising the amount of each of the eight thousand shares existing in the company from five shillings to seven shillings and sixpence. Dr. Skewes said tha...

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