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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
t Harvesting Machinery MOWING MACHINES, REAPERS AND BINDERS Bar can be raised from 5in. to 10in. above usual position, A large stock of. duplicates kept. H. JAMES & CO. Maize Products Ppty., Ltd. Works : Footsciay, CASH buyers of MAIZE on contract system at a flat rate. Contr'ace form to be seen at the office of Mr R. J. Mosley, solicitor, Orbost, WE ARE NOW. OPENING A LARGE AND SPECIALLY SELECTED STOCK OF Drapery, Millinery, Manchester, Haberdasher7, Mereery and Wearing Apparel Of Every .Description for Autumn and Winter. DON'T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY OF PURCHASING THE LATEST. .:A Large Consignment of the Latest Styles in Foot wear has just arrived, and is now opening. .:A NEW LOT OF WALLPAPERS TO HAND IN VERY S: PRETTY DESIGNS. :Don't leaveyour buying until the titbits are sold, but make upyour mind to call at once. . iHerbert & Co., SNOWY RIVER STORES "It's still money in the Bank foir you by getting your clothes ? ·- · made at "ANDREWS BROS. THE GENUINE ORBOST TAILO...
ST. ANDREW'S SUNDAY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
ST. ANDREW'S SUNDAY SCHOOL. The following is a list of ihe prizes award,-d last week: Senior Girls (l'eacher, Mrs. Hirrison) -Violet Sc uller,: full mairka, 500. 1; D )isy Scoiller, 498 itnrks, 2; Doris N".pir, 3; Victoria Whliiliance, 4; Lila Perry, Penuel Cameron, 5; Annie Stir ling, Ii; rdearl[Cuumine ,7; Irene Rod wll, 8; VMIaggie :Dirffin, 9; May Lay, 10. First class Girla (Teacher, Miss Flora C a:-.eron)-M, rile Scoullr, fuil marks, 500. 1; Jean Stirliirg, 413 marks, 2; Liiy Perry, 3. First class Boys (Teacher, Mr J. P. Camrnron)-Ronald Glunh, 305 marks, 1; Harold SlatteriF, 208 marks, 2; Jhn Rodwell,. 3; Frask Rodwell, 4; Alex. Camer,?n, 5 Second clas Girls: (Teacier. Mr Geo. Grose)-UiLda WVhoer. 481-marks, 1; Madge Grote, 475 marks,- 2; Annie Gibbs, 3; Enmnie Gibbs, 4. Secondu clras Boys (Teacher, Miss A. Draflin)--Geo ge Harrison, 443 marks, 1; Harold Npier, 439 marks, 2. Third class Girls (Teacher, Mr A. B. Munro)-NM;isie Ross, 391 marks, 1; Margaret Harrison, 386 marks, 2...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
The ordinary , meeting of the Orbost Shire Council will be held to-day. In our report of the last council meeting Cr. G. Nixon :is reported to have said that the weed knoivn as St. John's Wort was in the. district. Cr. Nixbn informs us that what he 'said was- that the weed was hnot in the district." Mr Behnett, MIIH.R,. lias -re ceived a letter from the Deputy Postmaster General in reference to a. communication from Mr-D. Cain, secretary to the Progress Association at Split Yard,,stating that the request for theestablish ment of telephonic communication between Noorinbee anid Bondi is under- consideration and that a reply will;be sent at an early date. A meeting of the Women's National Leaguev will be held in the Mechaunics' I-fall this afternoon when an address will be delivered by the Hon. James Cameron.' -
CONLY CONCERT COMPANY [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
CONLY CONCERT COMPANY Madame Lena Conly, who has just completed a triumphant tour of the Colmmonwealth, being received with great enthusiasm everywhere, is to visit Orbost with a brilliant cimpany next month. Concerts will be given i, the Mechanics' Hall on Monday and Tues dly, -Lh and 5th May, and as the ac commodation is only limited and it is practically certain that many will have to be turned away from the doors, those who wish to hear a vocalist who is abso lutely at the top of the ladder in her own particular line should book their seats without loss of time. The com pany includes Miss Rosa Walton, who will be remembered as an accomplished pianist and has now blossomed out as a graceful xaonologuo entertainer. Mr Walter Jennings is said to be a great tenor, although he is only 76 inches in height. Mr Will Elder and Mr Syd. Stewart are famous artiste, and Mr Wilmot is a fine bass.
HIGHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
HIGHER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL The head teacher of the Higher Elc mentary School desires to acknowledge with thanks the following further con tributions towards a fund for purchasing i2ntruments fir a bugle band:-Mrs Smith 2s, Mrs Scouller 2s, Mr James 10., Mrs Nish 59, Mrs A. Richardson .s. Mr \Wellington 2e Gd, Mr Evans :s, Mr Jones is, Mrs Napier 2s 6., Mrs Cameron 2s Gd, Mr P. Irvine 53, Miss Stanton is, Mr Wehner 23 6d, D. Rodwell Is, Mr Rennie is, Mr Leslie Is, "On the Beat" is, C. Spink 3s, Mrs Dickson 2s 6 I, Mrs Whillanceo s, Mr Hall, 2s Gd, Mr Mosley 2s 6d, Mrs Lay 2s, Mr Bird 5s, MIr Dudman 5s, Mr Young ls. Amount acknowledged to date, £7 17s 6d. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
BRACING AND REFRESHING 4 a SH 1I ret ~· w" lass)· INSURE WITH THE ASS U Fý}ýS'ýA~ BS tý~~ Coe LIMITYED. FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS LIABILITY, WORKERS' COMPEKi SA t ION INSU.RANCE. ACTIVE AGENTS WA- TED WHERE NOT REPRE:SENTED.. FPul Particulars on application to MEHLBOURNE. !isvaxjfa7 for ANl~ WOMERI I know that spteial disease of men and women, w.Vhen neglcclcd or hbad ly treated. deplete the Strength and Vigor. nd maonie lifo unbearablc. I treat every disease to Cure; Kill and cradicate every Germ: Soothe and Heal the nerve contres; Subdue adl tnflammatlon, and restore a normal condition. Weak, Diseased or Discouraged Men mar }eve the benefit of my years of e-perienco FREE. and may depend on the strlctest Confli dence and Privacy. Call or WVrlte. Mediclne rent Post Fre seprcp ed eecnrety inin ,ureerl. All rublxr seds (taeed et owesrr Prisem.... -w h t.rn r;;no 1re Is nln, CZ- 7h al nxn -bin ho h has J..1Ua Gen tom fle'rd h'; m 1t 1! ' In verunlr w mnr YoU rznno, Wlord ( te 5 t I m C...
WORKER'S COMPENSATION ACT, 1914 [VICTORIA] [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
WORKER'S COMPENSATION ACT, 1914 [VICTORIA] By the provisions of this Act, liabi 'iy of a very serious nature is imposed on all employers of labour-whether it be d. mestic, clerical or manual. Hitherto an employee has had certain rights of recovery of damages in respect of injuries received in his employer's service- through "defective plant or through negligence of the employer. or of persons in his service. Now, how ever no care on the employer's part will be of avail, as th.. Bill provides that the employer will be responsible for all and every accident sustained by his em ployees during the course of their em ployment. YOUR LIABILITY. 1. COMPENSATION. The Oompensation payable is: ACCIDENT SECTION. (a), In case of death-A sum equal to three years' wages of the deceased or the sum of .200, whichever.is greater, but not ex ceeding £500 in all. (b): Where death does not result from the injury-Half wages, not exceeding £1 10s per week until recovery, or until the sum of £500 has been ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
KNOW T-HIS P" Our representative, Mr Beck, will visit your district, and bring with him Samples of all that is Newest and Best in MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING and LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES. He will be pleased to pay you a visit in your own home if you will drop him a line, C.o. HARRIS' CLUB HOTEL, ORBOST. LINCOLN, STUART & CO., PTY., LTD., FLINDERS ST., MELBOURNE. "The House for High Value." HUGH WILLIAMS BEGS to announce that he hts taken over S the Udertlking Business form-rly .carried on by Mr James Pleydel and is p.repared to conduct Funerals in any ;part of thy district at reasonable rates. All conveniences supplied on application; Inquiries may be made at Messrs Drever masn an"' Co.'s, tronmongers, T. J. McCOY, Undertaker, Wolseley Street, Oribost. Funerals Conducted in all parts of the district. Plain, Trimmed and Polished ,offins. FIRBT CLASS HEAPSEI AND P UMES8 Charges Moderate. T J. McCOY, who has '8 years' experi ence, knows what you require. G. H. VICKERS, Und ert...
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. MAILS CLOSE AT ORBOST FOR [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
MAIL ARRANGMENTS. MAILS CLOSE AT ORBOST FOR Cuningbame. Bairnsdale, Melbourne, etc., daily at 8.30 a.m. Bonang, Bendoc, Delegate River, Tuesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Murrungowar, Tuesday, 9a.m., Satur day, 8.30 a.m. Brodribb, Cabbage Tree, Bemm, Club Terrace, Combienbar, Genoa, Saturday, 2.30 p.m. Marlo, Saturday, 3 p.m. MAILS DUE AT ORBOST FR6M Cuningbhme, Bairnsdale, Melbourne, etc., daily, 2 p.m. Bonaug, Bendoc, Delegate River, Tuesdays and Fridays, 6 p.m. Murrungowar, Monday, 2 p.m. Brodribb, Bemm, Cann, Genoa, Thursday, 2 p.m. Nuwa Nowa, Bruthen, Saturday, 2 p.m.
DEFINITION OF A WORKER. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
DEFINITION OF A WORKER. The definition includes nearly every person who is an employe. It does not include the clerk who is receiving more than £250 per annum, ho ever, but it does include the man working as a bricklayer, if .e is receiving mre than that amount. All persons who are en gaged in manual labor will bi covered by the act, because the risk they under go of accident is far greater than that of the man who does no manual work. In addition to the clerk earning over £250 per annum, the only other persons who will not be provided for under the act will be the casual laborer who is en gaged for any work outside his employ ers' business. It would be very difficult to include such persons; For instance, a man whom a person engaged to carry his bag from a railway station, or a stray gardener who is given a small job, tidying up a garden, will be excTuded from its benefits. The domestic servant, however, will be covered, and also all clerks i, receipt of £250 or under per annum. If...
A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
i, PLAIN ROA-D TO FORTUN??. Hew Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." L. Cultivate and perfect your ideas as . improvements and inventions. I i:eriment. The world is eager for sc -ething new, whioh, however sim m :ro convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who gets pullic adoption of such an invention is on the road to wealth. He will cease r~o be a servant; he becomes a proprietor. Pieople who handle things in every day use are the natural inventors of bet'ter things, and the natural capi ta:ssts of to-morrow. 2. Study the subject of patenting. lead the splendid advice that Edison g:ivs. Learn the procedure as to ps te:ting in the chief countries, - non secure your own legal monopoly o, your rights by becoming a patentee. ;i. It that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend has produced a cli- -r invention, put him on the traok about patents by telling him where he can obtain the "Inventors' Guide," a book, the perusal...
Terribly Tempted. A SERIAL STORY BY ANNABEL GRAY. CHAPTER XII. ANTICIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
Tempted.. A SERALR STOliY BY CHAPTER XII. ANTICIPATiON. "No chorcher qu'un regard . . Her soul." To beat its wings at hope's vain goal." Leonard came at last to her, after a few days' separation. He longed to see her. it might be but a short lived passion with him; but while it lasted: it was a very ardent one. "M?ie love strongest, women long est,"' says the proverbO , and now eartv seemed again transfigured. This separation had but fanned the mutual flame; so different, was it from the irrevocable parting, the deliberate banishment that thrusts a woman away into darkness for ever-the parting that is pitiless as death and as cold, with sill its terror, and none of its wilderness and the soul shrivelled up as a scroll. Ho arrived late one evening at Wil ton-place, and alter a very kindly greeting, Mrs. Desart good-naturedly gathered up her crewels, leaving himi and Lenore alone. "'You will soon be my darling wife," lie whispered. "You have east a spell ovqr me." He calue prepared fo...
Dropped the Subject. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
Dropped the Subject. " Two thousand poundso for a dog!" he exclaimed as he looked up from his newspaper. " Do you believe any one ever paid any such price, Maria ?" " I'm sure I don't know, James," she returned, without stopping her needle work even for a moment. "Does the paper say that much was paid ?" " Yes; there's an article on valuablc dogs, and it speaks of one that was sold for two thousand pounds. I don't be lieve it." " It may be true, James." she said quietly. " Some of those thoroughbred animals bring fancy prices, and there's no particular reason why the paper should lie about it !" " T know that, Maria, hut just think of it-just try to grasp the magnTitude of that sum in your weak, femlniff. mind. .You don't seem to realise it. FTwo thousand pounds for a dog ! Why, hang it. Maria, that's more than I am worth !" " I know It, James, but some are worth more than others." She went calmly on with her sewing, while he fumed and splutered for a. noment, and then dropped the f...
AN AGGRIEVED WOMAN. ATTEMPTED MURDER. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
AN AGGRIEVED WOMAN. ATTEMPTED MURDER. MELBOURNE. Thursday. Ruby Costello, who is charged with shooting at John Breheny at Yarraville with intent to murder, was brought before the court and remanded. Breheny said he had known the woman for five years and could not account for her action. Three years ago, he stated, she threw vitriol over him. The accpsed hysterically de clared that Breheny had ruined her home, and, addressing him in court, called him "a dirty low brute."
The Jew Was Pleased. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
The Jew Was Pleased. An old Jew pedlar, with his pack on his shoulder, was toiling slowly along a London street the other day, when a loud shout of "HIi" arrested his steps. The cry proceeded from the lips of a woman who was .frantically waving her hand to him from a fourth-story window of some "models" close by, "Vant me?" shouted the Jew. "Yes," shouted the woman back again. "Come up here, mister." Customers had been very scarce that day; so, in spite of his weariness, the Israelite toiled up iThe many stone steps leading to the woman's rooms, hopeful of doing a good stroke of business with her. When he at last reached the landing of the fourth story, the woman emerged from one of the rooms, holdingl a howl ing youngster by the ear. "Mister," she said, tersely, "I've jus£ called you up to Tommy. If ke'ag naughty boy, won't you put him l? your: bag?" r - --? M?'l g H Jill
MOLLY [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
MOLLY (By "Vanitas.") Molly stood at the slip-rails, a. slim. lithe figure of a girl, the wind blowing strands of her unruly hair aoross her face. She shaded her eyes with hex hand, and looked expectantly along th&lt; road. "Father ought-to bb here by now,' she murmured. "I wonder what ni keeping him " Molly's father hadl gone to Melbourti to secure the services of a much needed help. The last one, a drunken, idle fellow, whose idea of work had not co incided with that of the farmer's', hle left a fortnight previously, and' no looa. aid being available, Mr. Watson de cided to try some of the city agencies. Molly was putting up the slip-rail reluctantly, before going back to tih house, when she noticed a cow tryiag: to destroy her trim pittosporum hedge. "Shoo!" she cried, clapping lnex hands. The cow stopped her depreda tions, and turned' two mild bovine eyes towards the girl, but, thinking probab ly that no danger lurked in that quar ter, she commenced her ravages upon the ...
SOLACE OF READING. LORD ROSEBERY'S ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Snowy River Mail — 17 April 1914
SOLACE.OF READIIG. LORD IO SEBEltY'S ADVICE. The Earl of iRosebery. visited Glas gow\ and was present at the R3oyal T'c;hnical College to witness the oers mniny of receiving the new associates. In ttle course of an address, he said: As regards your own avocations, pro- a fessions, and handicrafts that you are going to pursue, 1 will only venture to give you this piece of ad loo -- throw ad your energy and your pride into your craft, perfect it, and exalt ii, by your devotion. By doing so you will infinitely extend your osn talents, and you will raise your whole conception of a life devoted to the profession which you have chosen. It is only by unit mg these high ideals to the practice of life that any success under any cir cuimstances can be attained. Just consider for a moment: If you re gard your own- avocation as a daily grind, only meant to grind money our for your own support, it ceases to have any good influence on your life, al.d as your connection with.it grows longer a cert...