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Sometimes It Is. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 23 April 1914
Sometimes It was the liour of the spelling les son, and the teacher was pronouncing the words while the small persons in front of her laboriously wrote them down. According to tire usual cus tom, she called for volunteers to de fine each word as it was written down. "Lunch," she said. "Now, who can tell me what 'lunch' means?" There was a long period of silence, then a hand went up. "Well, Johnny, you may tell us what lunch is." "A lunch." said Johnny, "is what you have for dinner when your father is away."
The Old Man and the Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 23 April 1914
The Old Man and the Judge. In an Irish court recently an olil man was called into the witness-box ond, being infirm and just a little blind, he went too far in more than one sense. Instead of going up the stairs that led to the box, he mount ed those that led to the Bench. Said the Judge, good-humoredly: "Is it a judge you want to be, mv good man?" "Ah, sure, your honor," was the re ply, "I'm an ould man now, atul rnebbe it's all I'm lit for." . The Judge had no ready retort. By being handled kindly, coit.? soon become gentle, and are mucli more easily handled when they become horses.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 23 April 1914
PERSONAL. Dr Nioholson, of Benalla, who is taking a trip to Europe, was enter-* taiiied last week by a large numbor of friends, Mr Jas. Knox (shire secretary) occupying tbe chair. The guaBt nar rated somn interesting reminiscences of his early Victorian experiences when practising bis profession in tbe sparsely settled ranges. . At Sc Mary's R C. Ohurcb, Dookip, on Wednesday, 15th insb, Mr Patrick Lilor, of Waggarandall, WHS married to Miss Susie MoyUn, of Pine Lodge, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. Mr Walter \V. J.msen, eldest son of Captain A. Jansen, b.b. " Mel bourne," Eubuci, and at present bead teacher at Tatnleugh North State school, has been transferred to Mucka tah State school. The marring0 of Mr Parker J. Maloney, ex-M.H.R. for Iadi, and Miss Mills, of Middle Park, Melbourne, was celebrated at the Carmelite Roman Catholic Church, Middle Park, on Wedneeday, 15th April. Mr Peter Sbanley has benn trans ferred from Mitta Mitta district to Like Rowa...
DISTRICT NEWS. LAKE ROWAN. FAREWELL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 23 April 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. LAKE ROWAN. (From Our Correspondent.) FAREWELL SOCIAL. Mr and Mrs A. Willis were tendered a farewell social, on the eve of their departure from The Almonds, in Mr. Geo. Symons' barn, on Friday evening last. There was a good representative attendance. Dancing and cards were kept going merrily to the wee sma' oors of Saturday morning. After supper Mr Bert Hargreaves made the opening speech, and called on Mr Will Symons to take the chair and make the presentation. Mr Symons said he thought it quite an honor that this duty should fall upon him. Ho had known both Mr and Mrs Willis as long as he could remember, and had always found them very friendly and much re- &nbsp; spected by the people of the district. He had much pleasure on behalf of those as- sembled, and other neighbors who were unable to attend, in presenting Mr and Mrs Willis with a purse of sovereigns. He wished them prosperity and happiness in their new home at Bungeet. The Rev. Mr Steggall said he had...
YOUANMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 23 April 1914
YOUANMITE, (From Our Correspondent,) Mr Mat Griffin, an old resident of this district, leaves for his new farm in New South Wales to-morrow. Last Saturday some heavy showers of rain fell in Dookie and Katandra. This district experienced very little of it. We seemed to get the outside of the showers. We had some very nice showers this morn- ing (Tuesday). A great nnmber of sheep have been dying the other side of this district. Dry food is said to be the cause of it.
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
CHAPTER V. "When Sheila caine to Sunnyside it ? Precisely as though the entire house was lit up by something joyful, something which strongly- resembled sunshine Sheila, whatever the'Afric anders thought of her, was only a child,, and she behaved exactly like one on this occasion. Her face was wreathed in smiles, her eyes were more expressive even fl'on "I ' ,Ule Sleam o£ ll0r Pearly Hflrori Sh0^;ed when she lauehed and talked. She was particularly affec tionate to Peter Bellairs and to Mar garet, his wife. She ran gaily about the grounds picking the daffodils and violets, and altogether behaving like a young thing who had never before enjoyed the delights of full liberty. blieila was very much interested in her new garments, and as she tried on each jacket, each skirt, each hat with its simple- band of ribbon, she flew out to try to find her beloved Uncle Peter. She always called him Uncle Peter. He was her beloved, her darling Peter Bellairs gazed cri ticallv at the froclcs and li...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, ] Author o£ "The Soul of j\I;irg:;'i'ct j Raud," etc. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. Mrs. Bellairs waited anxiously for her- husband. . She wanted to tell him what she had done, but at the same time she honestly dreaded imparting her news, for if there were an up right, steadfast, high-principled man, it was Peter Bellairs. He might not like her having written to the hotel io invite Mr. Kruger to lunch, and yet she could scarcely keep him in ig norance, for only by telling him could she get possession of the motor-car, which was to convey the worthy law yer to Sunnyside. In the afternoon a letter arrived from Ralph. He implored his mother to let him have £100 without delay. "1 have got into a little trouble"over bridge," he wrote, "and must pay it at once. You'll manage, won't you, mums, dear, for you never failed a fellow yet." (No, and never shan," thought the mother.)...
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS LETTERS. [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS LETTER8. [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with these rateg and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] For every i ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Island* .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2} LETT ICR CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half For delivery in the British Empire (Be&lt; list of places under "Letters")-Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks. and Torres Islands-Single, 2d. eaoh For delivery in other places- Single 2id. eaoh. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with tht Id. Btamp, and Reply or doublo cards, each half of which has the Id. stamj impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated undei "Letters," to whioli letters may b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
PUBLIC NOTICES. Tungamah 88 ELIZABETH STREET, MELBOURNE 91 YICTOKIA AVENUE, ALBSKT PAKK M. L- THOMAS (Recorded by the Dental Board of Victoria), considers your interests, ao consult us during our -visits-it will repay you, Have your teeth extracted by an Antithetic which has provod itself to b» Bupisrior to most Local Ananthetice, A WONDERFUL SUCCESS. What Dr Charles Hainbly, D.D.S., editor of the "American Dentists,'1 U.S.A., says ot Thomas' Painless Deutistry "Dear Sir, Concerning your auwathetic, we will say that it appears to bo the superior preparation for the rainless Extraction of Teeth, and the work is performed without pain or unpleasant ness to tlie patient." INVINITE. America's latest invention for artificial denture?. Lighter, stronger and better for the mouth than ordinary vulcanite. From £.1 Is (with painless extractions free). Vulcanite Plates from JL'3 3s Filling frcm 5s, single teeth from as Cleaning tho Teeth, 7a id GOOD DENTISTRY. We can make you a Set of Teeth th...
CIVILISED LIFE IN DEAD EGYPT. TWO LONDON EXHIBITIONS OF SPOILS OF THE SPADE. ROMAN BATH IN SUDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
CIVILISED LIFE IN DEAD EGYPT. WO LONDON EXHIBITIONS SPOILS OP THE SPADE. ROMAN BATH IN SUDAN. In-two places in London arc being (shoJvn a wonderful collection o' relics of a civilisation almost before written history that have been dug up in the sand wastes of Egypt and the Sudan ; anyone who visits these, can with a little imagination piecc together a vivid idea of the life of the nation that was in its heydey when a fair and fertile valley bound ed the Nile. One is at King's Col lege, a short distance from Somer set House in the Strand, and here are the spoils of spades of Professor Ed ward Neville's party at Abydos, whose excavations were directed to uncover the building known as the Osireion, which will occupy two years more. While seeking a convenient place to throw the deposits removed from the ruins he stumbled upon an ancient settlement of the pre-dynastic era. GOLDPLATED MUMMY MASKS. A remarkable feature of this vil lage is two parallel lines of kilns, in rows of 11 and 12....
Ways of Water-Wizards. FACTS ABOUT AN EXTRAORDINARY PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
Ways of Water-Wizards. & TACTS ABOUT AN EXTRAORDI NARY PHENOMENON. _ Although the art of the water -di riner has beon condemned as witch craft and, in some coses, the power ho claims has been denied, yet it is a. fact that certain men possess an inexplicable power which enables them, by tlio use of a twig. to loll whether water is running beneath the surface of the ground. The twig Is V-shaped, and is held between the thumb and the forefinger of each hand by the ends, the apex of the V pointing downwards. A hazel twig is generally used, but a fork ed twig of almost any living tree will suffice, if the bearer possesses this strnnge power. . That it is a power is undeniable, for one well-known water-diviner has said that he feels a thrill through hie arras when the twig is over water, and, after he lias been water-finding all day, often cannot sleep at night, and is thoroughly exhausted, When the twig is ovor running Water-slafiiiaitt wotcr has not the slightest effect upon it...
CUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
CUTE. 'An inspector WHS examining loni! boys in geography, in a village school. "Now," said he, "suppose I stood on the TSquator, which Pole should I bo nearest ?" For a time there was no answer, then the bottom boy blurted out : "Please, sir, it would depend OD W'hich way you were leaning." Swabbs married a widow on be ing told that she had an orean of money. He afterwards found she did Hot have a bank. He had only been told that she had a notion of money, which he found out soon enough. No one over four years of age can throw a kiss gracefully.
Years Among Cannibals. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
I Years Among Cannibals. 1 After spending some four years or so among' South Sea cannibals, Mr. Martin Johnson is now in Lon don with a full cinematographic re cord of hia travels. Sir. Johnson was for two years with Mr. Jack London, the nove list, in the latter's cruiee in his -ISft 5'acht Snark, and when Mr. and Mrs. London returned to Sydney Mr. Johnson went back to the is lands, and toarod for two more years, calling at the Solomon Tsles, Hawaiian Isles, Ringolris. Fijis, New Hebrides, Tahiti, Sanioas, and hundreds of savage havens wtiore the natives still oat each other and fish for pearls, which they do not value when tkey have got theui. The expedition saw no cannibal feasts ; but they saw evidences that cannibalism is still practised. On the reefs of some of the smaller islands were found piles of Uumnn bones, which had been placed there after the pleasant savages had dined. Some of the islands have never been explored by white men beyond a mile or so up one of the many rive...
Our Youths and Maidens. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
Our Youths and Maidens. THOSE who havo rend a bonk entitled "Australia and the Australian.}" must hivo boon astounded at the jaundiced ignorance, malico, and un nholflsome suspicions expressed therein. Tbo author, a Mr Jaeomb, who is descril ed as a gr.iduate of tho Kngliah University, spent a fe.v years at Mildura and u brief time in Mel bourne, and by vir!.uo of iho super ficiil knowledge thus ;;aiued poios as an ftulhori'y on ivhit purports to ba a frank and o.-iginal statement of Iho women of Au-tralK Mis virile vituperations-more especially those concerning th> inutility of our ivottnn follc->ara utterly unworthy of publica tion. * We, however, j»ivb ono rxtrnct, which is couchcd in 1 lio wriler's.mildeet strains: " Let u? consider the general dune-' tcristies rf Australian women us they appear to linglish eyes. Many Au.itrali-.iii girts are very pretty in ilieir extreme youth. They age prematurely-much earlier than their European siators. At 25 years of ti"e, or in many ...
SCHOOL AGE OF CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
SCHOOL AGE OF CHILDREN Aj the moeiing of the school .com mittee of tho Wangarattn Stalo School, Dr Leach, district inspector, gave fomo -ntcrcsting iisfaroi-itiT *1>us» the ige at, which IoC'il ch'klrfn c amiipii j'i too attend school. He pointed out ihui at present miny children, who are not attending school and othors who come to 6chool at too lde an ago, will almost certainly he Unbarred from winning a scho'arship or receiving any adequate education. 17bis was a serious position, Dr Irach advised that parents hiving children over *1.'. years of age should eond them to school sd that they will bo able to accustom themselves to the, eurioundiiiga and gradually drop into the work Chil dren from four and a Inlf years , to live and a half years of ago ner-d not attend fehool tivo diiys in the week - they could attend thrfe or four d-iys. They would grow to like their school and the work, and express a desire to attend nb en early age, so ihit ihey would havo a year to spara in whic...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Tuxgamaii AGRICULTURAL SOCIKTV. -The committee appointed to revise lha rules and regulations in connection wiil> the prize list for the forthcoming show will mnct at the socrctary'i! c lit so on Saturday evening next, 2nd Muy, at 8 o'clock. The members of the comwitt93 a 10 Messrs T. J. O'De'i (president), Joiiu Fell, Geo, Skinner, M. A. Gorboy, A. M. Farr, and A. Haobich, .SCHOOL OON'CEIIT.-Mr J. II. Bar ling, he\d te?.cher ot the local State school, ia busily engaged in preparing for a grand concert to bo sivrn by pupils of t ho eohool on Wednesday evening, Juno 10;b. A first-class programme will bo presented, including fiction Bongs, drills, maypole dance, dialogues, o!e. Full particulars will be published in future issues. MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.-The annual mooting of the Tungamsh Mechanics' I Institute took place in the hall on Monday evening last. There was only a moderate attendance, and Mr T, Allfttt, J.P., wis voted to tha chair. Tiio balance-sheet, show...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Tungamah and Lake Rowan Express and St. James Gazette — 30 April 1914
LADIES PLEASE NOTE! Ladies are requested to note that; the olficcs of the Ladies' College of Health have been removed from Ili Klizibeth-alreot, to L'hair'a building;:, 327-3-9 Collins-street, Melbourne. The College has thu sole agency in Victoria for L)r D. M. Coonlcy's famous Orange Lily Treatment, which for the past '25 years hub been affecting uuch wonderful cures among woman in all parts of Australia, i'or the benefit of sufferers, and for those into whose homes Kiug Baby has failed to appear a free valuable mcdical book will be aent to anyono writiug to Dept. 14 The Ladies College of Health, Phair's Uuikliugtj. 327 Colliae - iilccet, I iltlbourat. SOROSES SlvIN FOOD. Every woman who wishes to apnoar beau titul should uso " Soroses" for the sltin, it being unsurpassed in preserving the com plexion, Soroses Skin Food is freslionin« softening, cleansinrr and beautifying, makes , all blemishes such us pimples, freckles, ! wrinkles, sunburn and sallowness disappear like magic, Pric...