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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 July 1914
Bereavement Notice. /' MR. A. TEMPLETON, Sons and Daughters desire to sincerely thank their many Friends for letters, telegrams, cards and floral tributes during their recent sad bereave ment, especially thanking Mrs. Fred. Savige for her great kindness and care to a dear wife and mother during her illness. Moe, Gippsland.
UNLIKELY INTERVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 July 1914
UNLIKELY INTERVIEWS. A Schoolboy and His Master. Dear Sir, when I deserved the cane Last night, you let me off again; And though I do not love the smart, And your compunction melts my heart, I do not think it good :.o be Treated with so much leniency. .. 'Tis only just to your impression • To make a permanent impression By sparing not the rod. How oft I've seen a grown man spoiled and soft, - Without an ounce of grit or weight, All fluffy and effeminate, Because he never underwent At school his px-oper punishment. Dear Sir, let me not grow that way. But flog me rather every day; & So I shall not be dubbed a fool, But rise an honor to the school. —"Windsor Magazine." Satisfied we wliite people are con servative in our food tastes. For in stance, we eat the hefty banana in all its glory of rawness. In the countries where the fruit grows, the native wouldn't give you "Malo" for a ripe banana. He knows a thing or three. He consumes it in green state, just before it softens and g...
ERICA LETTER RECEIVER. Mr Jas. Bennett, M.H.R., has received the following communication: Melbourne, 13th June, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 July 1914
ERICA LETTER RECEIVER. Mr Jas. Bennett, lias re ceived the following communication :— Melbourne. 13tli June. 1914. Sir,—I have the honor to advise you of the receipt of a communication from Mr W. H. Thomas, secretary to the District Progress Association, Moon darra, drawing attention to the unsafe condition of the letter receiver at the Erica Post Office,, and to state that en quiries will be made, the result of which will be conveyed to you at an early date. lours faithfully, CHAS. E. BRIGHT, pro Deputy Postmaster-General.
SAYINGS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 July 1914
SAYINGS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY. True lovers are few—but not far between.—Estelle Klauder. It is easy to be generous to a fault when the fault is our own.—Nathan Levey. When we reach forty we begin to look up the names of men who be came famous after forty-five,—Sam Stimson. There are mauy whose aiir. seems to be prominence; but that quality, they should remember, is possessed by a wart on the nose.—Brander Mat thews. Familiarity breeds.—Sam Montz. The future tense of due is dun.— A. Johnston. A wrinkle might be termed the nick of time.—Ashley Stoi ixC. Cupid rules some marriages, and others are ruled by cupidity.—F. Mor ton Howard. A moneyed man can have anything he likes—and especially auytliiug he loves.—R. Moore. At twenty we knonv, at thirty we think we know, anU at forty we give it up. —Greenwood Lake.
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 July 1914
' CHURCH SERVICES. « : : SUNDAY NEXT. Church of England.—Trafalgar 11, Shady Creek 3, Yarragon 7, Eev. G. \V. Blanchard. Moe 11, Trafalgar East 2.30, Trafalgar 7, Mr A. J. Fisher. . Presbyterian Cburch Trafalgar 11,' Yarragon 3, Moe 7, Rev. Colin Robertson. Methodist .Cburcb.—Willow Grove 11, Tangil South 3, Trafalgar 7, Rev. Mitchell ; Trafalgar 11, Mr Harris ; Goalville 3, Mr Weir; Thorpdale 3, Mr Wells; Childers 11, Mr Walker; Narracan 7, Mr S. Scott; Moe 3, Supply.
MOTHER'S JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 July 1914
MOTHER'S JOB. "A mother is simply a beast of bur den at the present day, and is treated as if she were of no consequence."— From a letter by Mrs. Nellie Kinchiny ton, who is assumed to be "Mrs." be cause of her intimate knowledge of Mother's job. Shove it on to Mother, Mother takes the lot, Mother totes the baby Wintry days or hot; Mother carts the cabbage In a little bag. Every time the familee Goes on some excursion spree, Beach or bushland picnic tea, Mother liumps the swag. Billy's pants are going, Mother gets a job; Kitchen floor is dirty, Mother takes the swab; Trouble in the union, Father's out of work, Vital principles at stake, Capital must bend or break, While there is the rent to make, Mother mustn't shirk. I 1 'I Mother does the shopping, Weather dry or damp, We have got her listed As a cargo tramp; Just another bundle On to Mother's load; Bowed with years of toil and cax-e, Showing signs of wear and tear, Doing everybody's share, Mother takes the road. Mother hauls ihe ...
TRAVELLING BY AIRSHIP. "A LOVELY SENSATION." [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 July 1914
TRAVELLING BY AIRSHIP. "A LOVELY SENSATION." All Australian girl now on a visit to Germany sends an interesting let ter telling of the wonderful progress of aerial navigation: "I must tell you of my latest ad venture. My brother-in-law chartered the Zeppelin airship, ."Victoria Lou ise," and invited fourteen of us for a three hours' flight. So we all went co Hamburg and stayed the nighi there, and early next morning started off to the hall where this gigantic ma chine is stationed. We climbed into her by means of a ladder; then she was guided out of the hall by about.a hundred soldiers, all tugging 011 to her to keep her from rising. When she was clear of the hall they let her go, and off we went at the rate of SO miles per hour from Hamburg to Kiel, to see the opening of the regatta. It was a lovely sensation, and an ideal way of travelling—110 jolting or rat tling as in an express train, and not j that constant sensation of speed and the after result of drumming in the ears as in ...
LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 July 1914
LADIES' LETTER. By "Irene," in Melbourne. A quaint but plaintive story comes from one of our suburbs. Two poor school-mistresses found their little -shilling-a-week school was inadequate for bread and rent. . They tried to sell a handsome mantle, relic of a moneyed past. The mother of a pu pil was induced to purchase. Sb.3 named her own tei^ms—time-payment one shilling per week. . The sisters agreed. An extra shilling a week was full of meaning to them. But suddenly the child of this mother stayed away. Days and weeks passed and she did not return. The mother continued payment until the debt was cleared off. Then the shilling for the mantle ceased and the child re turned to school. The child did not lose much. And the poor little school-mistresses, who are not as good at arithmetic as at "accomplish ments" are still pondering over the profit and loss of their transaction. Said Captain Brownlow, R.A.N., . speaking on Empire Day:-"I think girls should have compulsory training as well ...
MOE RECREATION RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 8 July 1914
MOE RECREATION RESERVE. A meeting of the Board of Manage ment of the Moe Recreation Reserve was held on Wednesday evening .last. There were presentMessrs D. Bennett (chairman), A. Savige, H. G. Staff, T. Treloar and H. Robinson (sec retary). The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Two tenders for the construction of a dam on the reserve were received and dealt with. Mr C. Watkins offered to make an excavation entailing the removal of 115 c. yards of earth for £5, while Mr F. P. Perriot stated his willingness to remove 100 yards for the same money. The former tender was accepted. It was decided to pass for payment the sum of £11—to: Mr W. Johnston —for works on the racing track, as soon as the contract is completed to the satisfaction of the works overseer. —In this connection, it was also agreed that the Secretary apply to the Race Club for payment of £3, being the amount of its subsidy towards the work. , Other matters (of minor importance) having been discuss...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 8 July 1914
Double Dissolution, and Leyey's Great Dreadnought Sale! ♦ The. Double Dissolution is a thing of the past, and was the means of stopping, probably, the Biggest Political Overflow of Gas in the History of the Commonwealth, but what the State Parliament (without "Watt) will do is to introduce a Gas. Bill, •which will, probably, effectually Stop all Future Outbursts. But, what I am Gasing About is Levey's Great Dread nought Sale of Drapery, Boots and Shoes, ' Crockery and Furniture, which 'will start on July 18th and continue for 14 days only, and will Puncture the High Cost of Living, by giving Huge Reductions in these lines. Over £2000 of Stock Must be Cleared, and 1 intend selling Everything but the Property and the Fixtures.. If you don't receive a Sale Bill, write for one. Mail orders promptly attended to, and Money Cheer -fully Refunded if goods not satis factory. —W. Levey,- Commercial Stores, Trafalgar. The-next Mechanics' social is adver tised for Tuesday evening, 14th inst., c...
DISTRICT NEWS. Narracan. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 8 July 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. (From Our Own Correspondents). Narracan. The annual meeting of theNarracan Branch of the People's Party waB held 5n the Public Hall on Saturday Even ing, 4th inst. The President (Mr Thos. White) occupied the chair, and ' there was a good attendance of mem bers. A large amount of correspon K dence was read, and allowed to stand over.until next meeting. Mr Munro, delegate to the Federal Electorate Committee, gave a report of the meet ing of that body held on Monday, 29th ult., at Traralgon.—-The Secretary's I report and balance-sheet were received, which showed the branch to be in a good financial position.—The election of officers for ensuing year resulted as follows:—President, Mr Thos. White; vice-presidents, Messrs H.G. Reid and H. Forsyth; treasurer, Mr Schofield ; secretary, Mr Steve White; auditors, Messrs Fyffe and Munro; committee, Messrs T. Jones, G. Fowell, W. Auchterlonie, W. Mann, Singleton, Cook and Munro; delegates to Conven tion, Messrs Reid ;md Fowell; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 8 July 1914
tcs> FRED. HALDEN, MOE. BUILDER AND COHTRACTOR, CARPENTER AND JOINER, Furbishing "Undertaker. Undertaking a Speciality. Work Executed at Shortest Notice. MODERATE - CHARGES. Funerals Conducted in any part of the District. Also—PAINTER, PAPERflANGER, HOUSE DECORATOR and PICTURE FRA1HER. ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. PLANS PREPARED. Greengrocer, Fruiterer and Confectioner, MOORE STREET, MOE. Firewood at the Lowest Rates. CARRYING DUNE. THE PAPER FOR LOCAL NEWS— THE ADVOCATE," MOE. IMPORTED CALF MEAL Has a record of 26 years, during which period more Calves have been reared—and reared well—than on any other Meal ever introduced. EVERYBODY, is talking about IT CELEBRATED THROUGHOUT THE BRITISH ISLES, .EUROPE, AND AMERICA. SOLVES THE PROBLEM— it to raise CaSwes successfully without whole Milk." ALLOW YOUR CALVES A GOOD START BY GIVING THEM THE BEST FOOD. It contains no drugs or medicines, it Is merely a milk substitute, and exactly replaces the butter fats taken out by the separator. TEST IT! ...
BILLIARDS. THE LARKIN TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 8 July 1914
BILLIARDS. THE LARK IN TOURNAMENT. TBy Baulk-Line.! Great interest is being centred in the tournament about to commence at the Moe Hotel. The subject of tournaments lias been much discussed in Moe at different times, but nothing definite was decided upon—chiefly on account of the condition of the table, but now that new cushions have been fitted and other alterations effected, there is no obstacle barring the way to a successful tourna ment. A beautiful cue (in case) is being given by Mrs Larkin, which, in addition to a sweepstake of 2s Gd each, will make the first prize well worth winning. A little compensation for the runner-up, and a gold coin for the highest break, fill the prize list. It will be noticed that four byes ap pear in the first draw. The reason is that, by so arranging the games, the necessity fi.r a bye in the semi-finals will be obviated. The first games will be played this evening (Wednesday), when G Reid (rec. 50) meets W. F. Parker (scr.), and E. Schmidt (rec. 2...
ALL ANTS NO CREATURE CA[?] WITHSTAND. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 8 July 1914
.Hit- ANTS NO CREATURE CAM WITHSTAND. Some of the most terrible of insect! are the "driver" ants of West Africa They ar» so called because they drivi before them while on the inarch al: other living Creatures. No anirna^ ii h.ble to withstand them. No beast, however formidable, darei to cross their track, and they will de stroy in a .single nisht all the pigi and fowls on a farm. The huge iguana lizards fall victims to them, as dc snakes and all other reptiles. It is said that they begin their at tack on the snake by biting its eyei and ao blinding the prey, which, in stead of running away, writhes help lessly in one spot. , Natives of Africa assert^ that when the great, python has crushed its cap ^ tive' in its folds, ft "does not devoui 4 It at once, but makes a circuit of a1 least a mile in diameter in order to see tvhether an army of driver ants is on the march in the neighborhood. D so, it glides off and abandons its prey, which will soon be eaten by the ants If an army of thes...
TO BE HAPPY WHEN MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 8 July 1914
TO BE HAPPY WHEN MARRIED. "Which is 'better to possess in ma trimony—similarity of taste or simil ' arity of temperament?" asks a -writer,' The former, certainly. For it is the trivialities of life that count for hap piness in marriage. The most, suc cessful marriages are made by peo ple of opposite temperaments, who find what they themselves lacK in theij life-partners. The gay coquette gets the homage, and admiration upon which her happl aess depends from a quiet husband, who appreciates in her the vivacity he lacks himself, and vice versa. ■ But the secret " of their happinesa more often than not is based upon the tllGIf HclTIy pill> nuits. For, as a great philosopher once put It: "You can read the classics, by your self. but you must share a joke with someone else."