Elephind.com contains 4,482 items from Korong Vale Lance And North West Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
A GRGAT ENGINEERING WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
A GRGAT ENGINEERING WORK. The completion of the Los Angeles . aqueduct, say3 the '"Scientific Ameri can," marks the successful ending of an arduous struggle with nature in its mast rugged aspects of mountain aiul desert, and v.ith powerful and subtle private interests for the pos session of a priceless supply of water. The ten aqueducts of ancient Rome were marvels of engineering skill and durability; but their construction stretched over a period of /five cen turies, against the eight years that have elapsed since the Los Angelgs aqueduct was first proposed, and the length and dimensions of the ancient Roman aqueducts bear no comparison with that of modern Los Angeles. The longest of the Roman aqueducts was G2 miles, while the Los Angeles aque duct is 254 miles in length, from the intake 011 Owens River to the city limits of Los Angeles. The irrigation aqueducts of the lnca Indians of an cient !.Jeru, one of whicli was 3li0 miles long, are among tiie wonders of the world, especiall...
A HORSELESS TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
A HORSELESS TOWN. At the doors of Indianapolis there is to be the first "truly horseless city in America, and—save, perhaps, tor those places where oxen,, goats, cam els, or what not else furnish native and locomotive power—the flrst horse less ctty of the world. The actual construction work is well under way, and in two or three years there will he a complete town. The horse that tries to enter, says the "Motor," will be turned back as sternly as motorists used to be from the strip on the Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn. The man with the motor car may enter free as air. It Is planned to make this city, j which is named Speedway, an Indus trial olty devoted to the interests of the motor-car trade. 1
CHARACTER IN YOUR THUMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
CHARACTER IN YOUR THUMBS. Just as the chin gives qualities 10 the face, so the thumb marks tne personality of the hand, and is an unerring index to a man's natural strength or weakness of character. The man with a long, straight thumb, square at the tip, possesses good mental capacity, and can al- I ways be relied upon to carry out successfully any work with which he may be entrusted. His temperament is even and judicial; he is a born governor of men, overcomes difficul ties, carries himself with dignity, and by his ability to concentrate all his faculties upon the matter in hand, combined. with his tenacity of pur pose, rapidly becomes a power among his fellows. If the thumbs be long, thick, and heavy at the tip, with the joints prom inent, a tyrannical and cruel nature is indicated, everything being viewed from an intensely selflBh standpoint. A short, straight thumb shows ob stinacy and driving power. If very thick and heavy at the tip, a brutish, unreasoning disposition will be ...
The Limit. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
The Limit. Mary Jane's master la a slightly ec centric bachelor. He has'one most irritating habit. Instead o£ telling her what he wants done by word of mouth he leaves on his desk, or on the kitchen table, or anywhere else where she is likely to see it, a note curtly directing her to "Dust the diiir ing-room," or "Turn out my cup board," and so on. The other day he bought some note paper, with the usual die-sunk ad dress imprinted upon it, from the sta tioner, and, ordered it to be sent home. Mary Jane took it in, and the first thing that caught her eye was a note attached to the package. She read it open-eyed. "Well," she said, "he's asked me to do a few things in his blessed notes, but this is the limit. I won't stand jt no longer!" For the note read: "Die Inside Tins Package." '
WORDS OF WIT AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
WORDS OF WIT AND WISDOM. Be good, but also be good for some tiling. It usually costs a mail something to listen to flattery. Life is not all night and conflict; morning breaks at last. Know your man before you let his opinions weigh much. Singleness of purpose is not the same thing as 'strength of character. To be conscious that you are ig norant is a great step to knowledge. Preaching is out and away easier than practising, but not half so ef fectual. Everything that thou reprovest in another, tliou must most carefully avoid in thyself.—Cicero. A-committee is a thing'which takes a week to do what one good man can do in an hour. Many of the tilings which worry us most ara trifles when we come to ciMminc them closely. To have a respect for ourselves guides our morals and. to have a de ference for others governs our man ners.—Sterne. Nine-tenths of the people who fail in life do so because they have never appreciated the value „of thorough ness. ' -*■ Only for the cheerful does the tr...
Already Equipped. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
Already Equipped. "Don't know whether it's new or not. I heard it at G said the man who had recently returned from that town. "There's a rich widow living just outside the place," he continued, "and after several elderly gentlemen had vainly endeavored .to lure her into matrimony, a report gained circula tion that she was a regular man-hater. Finally a wealthy widower, carrying with him the evidence o£ good living and the heartiness that seeks con genial companship, visited the town, and was soon a caller upon the in tractable widow. "After he thought sufficient ad vancement had been made to justify a proposal he proceeded to feel his ■way. " 'Beautiful home you have here.' "Yes, I enjoy it.' " 'Fine outlook, fine trees, very fine all round. But there is one thing lacking.' " 'Yes.' " 'It is an Adamless Eden, don't you know. You are so good in everything else that I should think you would be glad to share these blessings with a husband.' - " 'Are you proposing, sir?' " 'In a tentati...
PRISON MASTERPIECES. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
PRISON MASTERPIECES. i Dyron's famous poem, "The PrlBon- j er of Chlllon," Is supposed to bo writ ten by Bonnlvard, the Genevan pa triot, wlillst ho was Incarcerated In the Chateau of'Clilllon, 011 the shores 1 of the lake. But the poem was really written at lightning speed whilst Myron was Imprisoned by Inclement, weather for a night and a day in the neighborhood. Nevertheless, some notable literary achievements have been really writ ten in gaol, undoubtedly the most.out standing being two of the world's greatest classics, "Tlie Adventures of Don Qulxoto" and "The Pilgrim's Pro gress." If only those two books had belonged to the literature of captivity they would liavo been sufficient to make that literature distinguished and immortal. Thomas Cooper, the Chartist, whose life roads like a romance, and whoso nnino Is held in revorence by modern reformers, wrote a remarkable poem whilst he was lying in prison 011 ac count of Ills political agitation. This poem bears the remarkable tit...
Head of the House. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
Head of the House. A man, accompanied by his wife, visited a tailor's to order a suit of clothes. The couple differed as t.o the choice of material, and the man ner of making until the wife lost her temper. "Oh! well, please yourself," she said, turning away, "I suppose you are the one who will wear the clothes." "Well," observed the husband meek ly, '"I didn't Buppose you'd want to wear the coat and waistcoat."
The Same Line. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
The Same'Line. Several "commercials" were seated in a railway carriage, when the door opened and an elderly woman enter ed, whose appearance denoted that she was a native of the Emerald Isle. One of the party, who posed as a wag, at once began to extract amuse ment from her by asking a number of ridiculous questions, to which she replied good humoredly, and at last exclaimed: "Now, sorr, I've given you a good dale ov me history, may I take the liberty av axln what ye are yersilf? What ye do for a livin' lolke?" "Certainly, ma'am, certainly," was the ready reply, "I'm a traveller in the hard and soft goods line." "Indade, now," said Biddy, "that's quare, my ould man's a traveller, too." "Indeed, ma'am," was the surprised rejoinder. "What line is he in, pray!" "Just the same as'yersilf, sorr, the hard and soft goods loine—he tliravela up a ladder wid bricks an' mortar." The inquisitive bagman did not press for further information.
The New Woman's Quandary. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 18 April 1914
The New Woman's Quandary "Yes," the new woman remarked, "I am greatly troubled." "By what?" "Well, J want to get married just to prove that I can, and I don't want to get married just to prove that I don't need to. If I don't, they'll say I can't; if I do, they'll say I have no more independence than any other woman." "Nothing but dyiiamltii will remove me from my benefice," says an a?ed rector. We hope Ills bishop won't "blow him up."
POSTAL RATES. NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
1'OSTAIj KATES, a ^ • NEW SCHEDULE DETAILED. Tiie new postnqe rnte.B, which came iio force on 1st May, whin penny • isi»x>* will operate throughout the. .Vi'MinOMW/'Jilili, are as follows T/'lVrs. Id jiM' LmIIi'I"curds, single, Id eae.h ; reply, Id L'acli half. rostcnriN, single Id ; reply, lil each •inif. ' Printed p'peis, as prescribed, id per •ii'Es. or p u t of 2i 7.s. Boohs printed outride Aiulralia, Jd. per -lew. or put of 4nz*. Hooks pi inted in Australia, J I. per •it>7.'. or part of So/'. Magazines, that ii to say— (n) Mi gizines, reviews, serials, and other Eimilar publications printrd and published in Austrnlia in numbers at intervals not exceeding three moiitlis, id. for 8ozs. or part of Sozs'."" (A) iM.ignziiici, reviews, serials, and other similar ] ublications (including newspapers) printed and published out • ide Australia in numbers at interval! not ixutedir.g throe months, Jd. per lozs. or part of -Iozj. " Hansard," that is, report! of Par liamentary debutes ...
SWIET AND HIS SERVAST [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
:: BWirT AND 1UH SKltVAN'T Dea» Sirilt,'wliilo oh a jourhey, an slopping in * tavern de>«r«d his ?»l»i vtut .lulin (o bring him his bnoU. Joh brought up hi* boots in the same rta« ^ lhi\Y ueiv in Hiu i»vo.:in» previous. "NVliy didn't you poli-h my boot.sT • snid (he &lt;lo:»n. "Thorn's no u»e in polishing theni/ . mud the man, "for l hey would soot dirly again." " Wry true/1 said the donn. and h» puf. on his boots. lmmediu.ely after ho'wet^ down U »; the landlady, and told her on no nc / ronnt lo j»ivi» his servant, any break V; fa.sl. The dean hroal;Ia• led, ai:d ihri ordtred hi&lt; horso out. As ho was road\ U> .start, John ran lo him and xi'd : "Mr. Dean. I havvn't got my hrunl; ! |i*i yet/' "Oh," replied I lio '.viUy divine >. "there's no nso of vour hre.-skfa.s! injj ij lor you'Jl soon he hungry again." , ^ ./ohn, /indiMir his throry Jhroirn bnrl. i$ on him«eH. submitted to the privatio: ?' with tho stoicism of his master with tin hoot*. On they rode, I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
IT HAS XO I-X>UAL. " I lui'l cnnnping pains in the stomach and nothing #»ve me east'," says .Mrs A. Jones, Main road, Mt. Clear, Vie. "An number of my customers swear l»y Cham berlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Kcmedy 1 .thought I would give it a trial and 1 got re lief after the first dose. I think there i$ nothing e&lt;|ital to Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Keniedy for pain* in thcstuumch." ■•nvaoo *«,i3'nirc xoct&ra 'ver -*ojca*.\oo ii;u»a nas feairrr ml|*»*uoum«oo aqi iiuj-jim .couasy jo ipu«j|[ xuv 3* «p«m aq jcviii sivmvjpqfim •»&lt;> •*|»od»a •ujnuuw j9d ;.c ;« )«»jo)u| 'OOC9 o\ -/i uiQi> •}|iod«a •mi«amu0itmi00 »qi iuui(3nojt|i w.>mo 3sw.i ••fouosy OOO's P»* *®pp -in 11; taipuug 'anunoaiaw 'xaauxs ewmoo ttt :«ou»o u«|j0)0(a xnswiuvd 30 .MNVS SONIAVS *»ai?un;w pa.*oj«i.le »p*iti m.siitapr •nifodap pattj ho pi*&lt;l ataj»wi *pan*lo aiisjjji, > ptojqc |&lt;uv (u«p?uij| jwjiu.o ♦uncntuor) paii»tsutji uoinlij.map .\ja.\a jo m....
Cycling and Motor Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
Cycling and Motor Notes. [By Our Special Correspondent.] One of the tnr»si fantastic pieces of anti motor legislatit.il was proposed by the Citv Council of Columbus, U.S.A., where nfl motor earn shoul I he provided with three sets of headlighU--a white set to show when the ear was going no faster than 10 miles per hour, a green set to be shown when the pace flit! not exceed 15 miles per hour, and a red set when the ear is travel ling at more than 15 miles per hour. Thanks to the opposition set up bv the Columbus Automobile Club, the measure was thrown out For the first time since the American &lt;5rand Prix motor race has been inaugurated it-was this year won by an American ear. The winner was K Pullen, with a Mercer nr, a Marmou. driven by (Juy JJall, tun ning second. ISalph de Palnia, who won the Vanderhilt Cup decided two days pre vious. ran t'.mrth place, his ear as before being a Mercedes but he iinished with only three cylinders working. Jt is stated, how ever. that a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
RUCOMMBN'MS TKliM TO HIS CUSTOM K UN. &lt;' Fur siinwi tiniu X sullyiuit with indiges tion i: ttiM'd liy ili unleieil liver ami atoimoh," s:iys Mr G M. iinrvry, Gypsum strt'L't, P.uil\\';i\ Town, JiiuKim Hill, ! N.S.W. '•Thu'unly thing that h«vl- mo ! ; relief was ClimiilMM'tain'H Tablets. imtl I c insider tluni une&lt;imil fur disorcle :k uf the ' liver mill stomach. I stoek thum in my shop mill leeon'inejid thorn tu nil uf my customer.- s in faut X s^eak tuo i highly uf Cliuiiilicilaiii'rt TuiiloU." | Sold by T. J. Boli.m and J R; Gieig, titoi'eUuoiiori). ; ! !) i'!■!!>; of all floscrip I Uuii=> try the Lan«e" Office.
BOORT The Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
BOORT —The Weather.— A pleasant change in the weather has been experienced this week. While other districts have been favored with heavy rains—top heavy in some instances —this area has received nothing of importance, only a few points being recorded—not sufficient to lay the dust. On Monday night heavy rain set in, and next morning 1.32 points had been regislcrel. On Wednesday morning 1J ptints were atmeci to me loiai, atr.i a inr ther addition of 22 points was re corded this (Thursday) tuoruii g. The rainfall appears to have been general all over the State. Many farmers have already sown their fallow, and this will soon !>:: spring ing up. Plowing operation* ar in full swing, and a splendid start has been made for next year's harvest. Lighting Iioort with Electricity.— The poll of ratepayers which was taken last week for the put posa of giving the council power to banrl over their rights under the 13'ectric Lighting and Powers Act to the Boort Co-operative Butter and Ice Compan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
Rheumatism. An E T ctive Remedy. Comstoc'-'sXoi v.:an.l IjjiiuL'niment, which aols through llio pores of the skin oil the nerves and nriscles, when use:l in conjunction with Dr Morso'c lndiui Root LMls, will be found to al ways bring relief A lptte from ilr? A King, Unicn-st. JiV-iton, s'rongly con'ini s tlio vallio of bo li these remedies Mis King writes;— " My da'ghter sull'ered acutely from Rheumatism in tliu urns and hips, which caus d hor a great deal of pain, es cc:al y during wet weather . Having '.ried many euied:cs for Rheumatis n, all of which proved useless, she weni on sulTuring until advisu I 10 try Co i - stocVs Xerve and Bone Linim-iif, which was used in conjunction wit.li l)r Morse's Indian Root Pills After the lirst bottle wo noticed a great i iprove mcnt, so We persevered with tho treat in i t and used four buttles in all when all signs of Rheumatism left her an have not returned since I cannot spea too highly of your Xerve and Bine Liniment, and can also reeom n.e...
The Korong Vale Lance. AND NORTH WESTERN ADVERTISER. "Nee temere, nee tumide SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
TI\e Korong Vale Lance. — AND — NOKTIl WESTKUS A UVEUTISI2U. "Nt'O tcrneic, nrc UtuMc'' SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 19X4. Copies of the "Lance" may be obtained from Mr T. J. Bohan, Main Street, Korong Vale, who will also receive advertisements. The twenty-sixth anniversary of the Korong Vale Methodist Church was celebrated on Easter Sunday. The Rev. H. C. Kent, of Boort, preached to good con gregations in the afternoon and evening. His subject for the afternoon was " The Cross," and for the evening "The Resurrec tion." Anthems were rendered at each ssrvice by the choir, con ducted by Mr Laity, with M:ss Carey as organist. The solos, duets an 1 obligatos were taken by Mrs Allen and Misses Eeles, Carey and Laity. An entertain ment an:l coffee social was held on Tuesday evening, the Rev A. Ditterich presiding. The report of the receipts and expenditure was read by the secretary and an address delivered by Rev Harris (Piesbyterian). Solos were rendered by Mrs King, Misses Kay, Jacob, Carey, All...
WEDDERBURN [Newspaper Article] — Korong Vale Lance and North West Advertiser — 25 April 1914
WEDDERBURN [From Our Own Corre-po'.ulent.] A social evening- was 1.eld at Noonan's Commercial Hotel on Tuesday evening, 1-Ith inst, thi: e ve o f I h e d e pa r tu re o f a prom i n en I. and esteemed townsman who was leaving to take up his duties as a loco driver at Benalla. Mr Jas Cri.-p was voted tj the chair. An apology '.vas received with regret from Dr A. W. Kinder. The Cha:nnnn spoke of the sterling worth and i*ood fellowship of Mr .vieinc anil was no y au,),nn usu by Fiifrht, J. Ross, Wilson, Cool:, Stone, Vessev, Willis, R;ed and others. Mr Merrick was presented with a handsome travelling bag suitably inscribed. The recipient very ably respond ed, and expressed sorrow at leav ing Wedderbirn and such good friends. He felt treat pleasure in seeing so many assembled to wish him well, and pleased to know he had so many friends in Wedderburn. Songs and reci tations were nicely rendered by Messrs Do Sehativ, Strauss, Wals.i, CjuR, Ross, xJ^iialdsoi, 'and others. Music was sup]-li...