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Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Friday 14 May 1886 page Family Notices 2014-09-16 19:26 rH| E friends of JOHN TAYLOR, AN.
-" D',EW SNEDDON, BENJAdIlN
respectfu'ly invited to attend the Funeral
of their dec.ased Sister-in-law, PH(EBE
JOHN MORLE Y, GEORGE MOR
MORLEY, and BENJaBIN WELLS, are
their deceased Niece, PH(EBE CARPEN
Blane-street, THIS (Friday) AFTER
NOON, at 3 o'clock, for Sandgate Come
?-?? friends of Mr. WALTER HENRY
-.• MILTO 1 are respectfully invited to
PHOIBE CARPENTER: To move from
3 ?ndgate Cemetery.
THE friends of JOHN TAYLOR, AN-
DREW SNEDDON, BENJAMIN
respectfully invited to attend the Funeral
of their deceased Sister-in-law, PHOEBE
JOHN MORLEY, GEORGE MOR-
MORLEY, and BENJAMIN WELLS, are
their deceased Niece, PHOEBE CARPEN-
Blane-street, THIS (Friday) AFTER-
NOON, at 3 o'clock, for Sandgate Ceme-
THE friends of Mr. WALTER HENRY
MILTON are respectfully invited to
PHOEBE CARPENTER: To move from
Sandgate Cemetery.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Friday 14 May 1886 page Family Notices 2014-09-16 19:12 T HE Friends of Mr. JOB CARPENTER
Funeral of his deceased Sister, PH(EBE
To more from her late residence, Blane
. TER are. reopectfully invited to at.
• HE Friends of Mr. JAMES CARPEN
PH(EBE: To move from her late residence,
Blane-street. THIS (Friday) AFTER
N?0N, at 8 o'clock, for Sandgate Ceme.
THE Friends of Mr. THOMAS C. CAR
PENTER aae respectfully invited to
PH(EBE: To move from her late residence,
Blane-street, THIS (Faiday) AFTER.
NOON, at 3 o'clock, for Sandgate Cem.
rpHE Friends of Mr. NICHOLAS CAR
L PENTER are respectfully invited to
PHIEBE: to move from her late residence,
Bllaue-stneet, TBIS (Friday) AFTER.
NOON, at 3 oc'look, for Sandgate Ceme
THE friendsof M?. JOHN J. CARPEN
-. TE? arerespeetfollyinvited toattend
*the Funeral of his deceased Sister PH(EBE:
To move from her late residence. Blane
3 o'clock, for Sandgate COmetery.
THE Friends of Mr. JOB CARPENTER
Funeral of his deceased Sister, PHOEBE
To more from her late residence, Blane-
TER are respectfully invited to at-
THE Friends of Mr. JAMES CARPEN-
PHOEBE: To move from her late residence,
Blane-street, THIS (Friday) AFTER-
NOON, at 3 o'clock, for Sandgate Ceme-
THE Friends of Mr. THOMAS C. CAR-
PENTER are respectfully invited to
PHOEBE: To move from her late residence,
Blane-street, THIS (Friday) AFTER-
NOON, at 3 o'clock, for Sandgate Ceme-
THE Friends of Mr. NICHOLAS CAR-
PENTER are respectfully invited to
PHOEBE: To move from her late residence,
Blane-street, THIS (Friday) AFTER-
NOON, at 3 o'clock, for Sandgate Ceme-
THE friends of Mr. JOHN J. CARPEN-
TER are respectfully invited to attend
the Funeral of his deceased Sister PHOEBE:
To move from her late residence, Blane-
3 o'clock, for Sandgate Cemetery.
Local and General. (Article), The Yackandandah Times (Vic. : 1890 - 1931), Thursday 2 April 1908 page Article 2014-09-16 18:52 The Milawa Dairy Company's bal
a very flourishing condition o£ affairs
in regard to company, and it has bad
months' work. This is largely on ac
practice of exporting as much as possi
ble, with a leeser regard to tbe local
?judgement has been very clearly
shown iu the instance. At the annual
cent., and a bones of l|d. per lb. on
butter fat for six month?.
Tbe Di lector took his audience over
masterful speech showed by his inci
dental treatment of 'As you like it,'
nature. Sixty. six schools were re
presented by fully -140 teachers, and
eulogiums for the success of the ex
Saxton ft r the entertainment of the
Minister and Director who left thor- j
oughly satisfied with the result of their I
visit. , ; I
^Developments in connection with the
well. At the Go-ahead the contrac
the main reef, when a trail ciushin?
will Re taken out, and to facilitate
has been engaged. Clingiu, at the
raise stonf. The continued dryness is
militating against operations at. sever
al of the workings, and Wragg'« suc
cessor wou'd wn undying gratitude
if he sent along a good fall of rain. i
The Milawa Dairy Company's bal-
a very flourishing condition of affairs
in regard to company, and it has had
months' work. This is largely on ac-
practice of exporting as much as possi-
ble, with a leeser regard to the local
judgement has been very clearly
shown in the instance. At the annual
cent., and a bonus of 1½d. per lb. on
butter fat for six months.
Tbe Director took his audience over
masterful speech showed by his inci-
dental treatment of "As you like it,"
nature. Sixty six schools were re-
presented by fully 140 teachers, and
eulogiums for the success of the ex-
Saxton for the entertainment of the
Minister and Director who left thor-
oughly satisfied with the result of their
visit.
Developments in connection with the
well. At the Go-ahead the contrac-
the main reef, when a trail crushing
will be taken out, and to facilitate
has been engaged. Clingin, at the
raise stone. The continued dryness is
militating against operations at sever-
al of the workings, and Wragg's suc-
cessor would earn undying gratitude
if he sent along a good fall of rain.
Local and General. (Article), The Yackandandah Times (Vic. : 1890 - 1931), Thursday 2 April 1908 page Article 2014-09-16 18:32 'Some little time ago,' say Mr J.
G. Boyle, Kelmscott.W. A., 4 T w« s
suffering -from a severe coogh, which
threatened to take a serious forth.
Hearing so much about Chamberlain^
Coneh Remedy I decided to give it h
trial, and to niv s»r-at satisfaction was
completely cured I-y the time I had
finished the first bottle.'. For sale bv
O. M'D. Elliott.
. During the week four magnificent
logs were brought to the Jocal railway
station'where they was loaded and sent
to Rutberglen. They were *cut from
at one of the mines. -Two of the logs
with the local club, comme-cing at
Peacock, McCormick, Parer and Hal
landel. Ihe return match will be
Friday- and it is particularly request jd
that all players taking pari in Satur
The April number of the ,fLcne
Hand,'' which is ji:sfc to han-^, contains
stories, sketches and verse. AosoDgs!:
-the illustrations are a reproduction, in
The Golden Fleece, and idealistic pro
phetic drawing by Lionel Lind?ay of
.Snowy. Lionel Lindsay also con
article upon the works ol Mr. 3emard
Hall. The chief additional contribu
Bear ; An Afternoon Gall, by Ethel
Turner ; The Experiences of Clarenc-,
bv A. H- Adams ; A Siren of the
f=eri:il, The Biir Five,
Grogan, who latf-ly sold his farm, is
in it-sing from the hotel at which he
was staying in Corowa. He w,.s last
seen on SatuivJuy in the vicinity of
the River Murray, and fears are en
tertained for his safety. ' The police
about 20ozs„ whicn enables them to
aro applying for the lease of some 30
edd acres adjoining their present lease
are saying that if the ground is dred
ged, it will destroy the best, block of
when hard up The Mini.^tet of Mines
Sinclair has been bnrnt to the ground,
and tbat his charred remains were ly
ing. in the ruine. Going out to the
many years. Recently these remitt
He was seen in the evening before go
"Some little time ago," say Mr J.
G. Boyle, Kelmscot,.W. A., ' I was
suffering from a severe cough, which
threatened to take a serious form.
Hearing so much about Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy I decided to give it a
trial, and to my great satisfaction was
completely cured by the time I had
finished the first bottle.: For sale by
C. McD. Elliott.
During the week four magnificent
logs were brought to the local railway
station where they was loaded and sent
to Rutherglen. They were cut from
at one of the mines. Two of the logs
with the local club, commencing at
Peacock, McCormick, Parer and Hal-
landel. The return match will be
Friday, and it is particularly requested
that all players taking part in Satur-
The April number of the "Lone
Hand,'' which is just to hand, contains
stories, sketches and verse. Amongst
the illustrations are a reproduction, in
The Golden Fleece, and idealistic pro-
phetic drawing by Lionel Lindsay of
.Snowy. Lionel Lindsay also con-
article upon the works of Mr. Bernard
Hall. The chief additional contribu-
Bear ; An Afternoon Call, by Ethel
Turner ; The Experiences of Clarence,
by A. H. Adams ; A Siren of the
serial, The Big Five.
Grogan, who lately sold his farm, is
missing from the hotel at which he
was staying in Corowa. He was last
seen on Saturday in the vicinity of
the River Murray, and fears are en-
tertained for his safety. The police
about 20ozs. which enables them to
are applying for the lease of some 30
odd acres adjoining their present lease
are saying that if the ground is dred-
ged, it will destroy the best block of
when hard up. The Minister of Mines
Sinclair has been burnt to the ground,
and tbat his charred remains were ly-
ing in the ruins. Going out to the
many years. Recently these remitt-
He was seen in the evening before go-
Local and General. (Article), The Yackandandah Times (Vic. : 1890 - 1931), Thursday 2 April 1908 page Article 2014-09-16 18:02 clearing sale for Mr. James Arm
large attendance of buyers, and com
petition was animated throughout, j
Draught mares made £34 and £31 ?
yearling draughts £15, £14 and £13 ? |
cows to £5 5s : steers and heifers to j
£2 7s, and sheep to 15s ; hooded !
buggy £40 j chaffcutter and horse- 1
works £26 10s ; 20 bags of Storm j
King seed oats from 4s to 6s 6d per 1
for the farming implements £.s well as
Ellwood R. and J. Jamison, and AI
evening the Sunday School prizes fo
committee having secured the assist
talent, which has of late years mater
upon to pro viae a good night's enjoy
Sellers, Murray, and Inspector Camp
Board, paid a visit to Yaekandandah
Yaekandandah creek; the party pro
Beech worth district.
clearing sale for Mr. James Arm-
large attendance of buyers, and com-
petition was animated throughout.
Draught mares made £34 and £31 ;
yearling draughts £15, £14 and £13 ;
cows to £5 5s : steers and heifers to
£2 7s, and sheep to 15s ; hooded
buggy £40 ; chaffcutter and horse-
works £26 10s ; 20 bags of Storm
King seed oats from 4s to 6s 6d per
for the farming implements as well as
Ellwood R. and J. Jamison, and Al=
evening the Sunday School prizes for
committee having secured the assist-
talent, which has of late years mater-
upon to provide a good night's enjoy-
Sellers, Murray, and Inspector Camp-
Board, paid a visit to Yackandandah
Yackandandah creek, the party pro-
Beechworth district.
Local and General. (Article), The Yackandandah Times (Vic. : 1890 - 1931), Thursday 2 April 1908 page Article 2014-09-16 17:55 The usual monthly meeting of' the
Shire Council will be held on Wed
Attention is directed to the list, of
Tbe Rev. J. Howard Meek, B.A.,
in each moath, which were lately in
District Hospital, a letter was re
ceived from Mr. A. Nette. through
Mr. tx- H. Wray, enclosing a bequest
William Johnston, of Yaekandandah.
in iespect of the beqeest.
of the Easter 'Sports Carnival to be
held at Bright on Monday, 20th. insi. '
£150 is given away in prize money, j
and the programme embraces cycling j
and pedestrian events, as well as '
wood-chopping competitions. Tbe ^
principal eventB are the Alpine Wheel i
Race of £37, and the Sheffield Han- !
dicap of £2C. Nominations for thei
chiet events close on Monday next,
Local and Genera] .
? o ?
The usual monthly meeting of the
Shire Council will be held on Wed-
Attention is directed to the list of
The Rev. J. Howard Meek, B.A.,
in each month, which were lately in-
District Hospital, a letter was re-
ceived from Mr. A. Nette, through
Mr. G. H. Wray, enclosing a bequest
William Johnston, of Yackandandah.
in respect of the beqeest.
of the Easter Sports Carnival to be
held at Bright on Monday, 20th. inst.
£150 is given away in prize money,
and the programme embraces cycling
and pedestrian events, as well as
wood-chopping competitions. The
principal events are the Alpine Wheel
Race of £37, and the Sheffield Han-
dicap of £20. Nominations for the
chief events close on Monday next,
Local and General .

Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 25 March 1908 page Advertising 2014-09-16 17:46 -TUPICIAt, AWP IAW IfOTICEg
A ITU. the expiration tf fourteen ilajs from the
dite hereof up| lieation will be made to the
Supreme foirt of Wetoria in lift 1 rotate juris
diction tint IirrHtb of \milMSTRMION of
the c___t_ of lOSH'II WHI MM lOHNbON late
of "7 I asea street WHliaimtown I» \ictoria,
carrier d_ecas d way le [ranted to Marv Louisa
Johnson of the .arno place, widow of the said
deceased
Dated (his 2illi day of March 1908
G I \ JONfS 4" Queen street Melbourne.
_._ solicitor for applicant __ _
JUDICIAL AND LAW NOTICES.
AFTER the expiration of fourteen days from the
date hereof application will be made to the
Supreme Court of Victoria, in its Probate juris-
diction, that LETTERS of ADMINISTRATION of
the estate of JOSEPH WILLIAM JOHNSON, late
of 77 Pasco-street, Williamstown, in Victoria,
carrier, deceased, may be granted to Mary Louisa
Johnsonm of the same place, widow of the said
deceased.
Dated this 24th day of March, 1908.
G. F. A. JONES, 47 Queen-street, Melbourne,
solicitor for applicant.
Local and General. (Article), The Yackandandah Times (Vic. : 1890 - 1931), Thursday 12 March 1908 page Article 2014-09-16 11:57 Mr .T. Rowan, P.M., presided at
were proceeded against for noncom
in each instance, aDd the various
offenders smilingly paid op the Ll
fine aud went their way rejoicing that
presented to the enccessfnl scholars.
The committee will thankfully ack
or kind,
usual monthly market at Kiewa on j
Saturday next, 15 th insfc, and at
Yackandandah on the following Satur
their Wodonga yards. It is anticipa
The 'Journal of Agriculture' for
information. There is also a well
Mr J. Rowan, P.M., presided at
were proceeded against for non-com-
in each instance, and the various
offenders smilingly paid up the L1
fine and went their way rejoicing that
presented to the successful scholars.
The committee will thankfully ack-
or kind.
usual monthly market at Kiewa on
Saturday next, 15th inst, and at
Yackandandah on the following Satur-
their Wodonga yards. It is anticipa-
The "Journal of Agriculture" for
information. There is also a well-
Local and General. (Article), The Yackandandah Times (Vic. : 1890 - 1931), Thursday 12 March 1908 page Article 2014-09-16 11:54 At Chiltern police court on Wed
nesday last before Mr Be van, P. M„
Charles Robinson appear (1 to answer
the charges pr eferred against him in
connection with t up rec-nt episode at
the Barnawartha races, when an at
tempt to rob the gatekeepers whs
m&de. and one of. » hem «liot at, Ac
ensed pleaded not guilty and h** was
committed to stand his trial at Beech,
worth on the 10th inst -
in connection with the Ballarat mur- ,
ler on the night of 30th December,
has been apprehended at Pakenham* ;
Learning that a person, in J'»nu*ry
work on a travelling: chaffcutter in the
Gippsiand district, Detective Sexton
to be the missing man. He was pa«
s'.ng under the name of Scott, and at
! first denied his identitv. He was
conveyed to Melbourne '
A. B'sley. The whole of the well
selected erd will be offered, is which
12 picked spung'ers.
Dr. Skinner, the healrh officer of the
shire of Beech worth, in his report to
the council oa ten cases of typhoid
treated by cim, states : — 'In several
in the dirty pools of Spring Creek, and '
rising generation and their teacher .'
Board of Health and the bead teacher
member of the laboring class, -*as the
on he show grounds on Wednesday.
sundry to 'iust step inside' and at
bullock, promising a monetary con
with determination showing promi
astride, and then— hey, presto. There
was a wild and sadden charge. The !
animal careered around the ring in a !
below the knee, Mr Healy bound up
They frequently cau:s constipation,
sometimes inflammation. Chamber
lain's Tablets bringing on a natural ]
action, mildly and gently, which, cures j
the real trouble without dangerous ?
after effects. For sale by C. M'D.
At Chiltern police court on Wed-
nesday last before Mr Bevan, P. M..
Charles Robinson appeared to answer
the charges preferred against him in
connection with the recent episode at
the Barnawartha races, when an at-
tempt to rob the gatekeepers was
made, and one of them shot at. Ac-
cused pleaded not guilty and he was
committed to stand his trial at Beech-
worth on the 10th inst.
in connection with the Ballarat mur-
der on the night of 30th December,
has been apprehended at Pakenham.
Learning that a person, in January
work on a travelling chaffcutter in the
Gippsland district, Detective Sexton
to be the missing man. He was pas-
sing under the name of Scott, and at
first denied his identity. He was
conveyed to Melbourne
A. Besley. The whole of the well-
selected herd will be offered, is which
12 picked springers.
Dr. Skinner, the health officer of the
shire of Beechworth, in his report to
the council on ten cases of typhoid
treated by him, states : — "In several
in the dirty pools of Spring Creek, and
rising generation and their teacher ."
Board of Health and the head teacher
member of the laboring class, was the
on the show grounds on Wednesday.
sundry to "just step inside" and at-
bullock, promising a monetary con-
with determination showing promi-
astride, and then — hey, presto. There
was a wild and sudden charge. The
animal careered around the ring in a
below the knee. Mr Healy bound up
They frequently cause constipation,
sometimes inflammation. Chamber-
lain's Tablets bringing on a natural
action, mildly and gently, which, cures
the real trouble without dangerous
after effects. For sale by C. McD.
Local and General. (Article), The Yackandandah Times (Vic. : 1890 - 1931), Thursday 12 March 1908 page Article 2014-09-16 11:44 3 widower, and leaves a grown-up
The will of William Huon, of 'De
Kerilleau,' Wodocga, has been lodged
va.ued at L9269 17s Id, consisting of
realty Ii859I 19s lid and personalty
Rey Father Tobin, parish priest of
charge of Euroa. Hiss secceBsor is Rev
Dr Flynn, of Wangaratta. K«v Father
Mahony, of Yarrawonga, has been ap
pointed to the charge of the Myrtle
ford parish, and the Bev Father Gaf
Shepparton, has been raised to the .
Company, which takeB place on Satur
day n^xt, and deliver an address. It
i« to be hoped that the meeting will be
well attended by the dairying com
munity. for the officer in question is
sure to have some valuable informa
farmer, of Greta, on Monday, Mr
unharnessing hia horse he went witb
the girls paseed buckets of water np
horse made a step forward, and
-Mr Younger lost his balance. He fell
Hack wards, striking bis head heavily,
and sustained a frac-nred neck, with
urinal injuries, from which be died.
M r Younger was 67 years of age, and
whs a.n old identity of Greta. He -was
wlso «ell known in^racmg circles, and
was - a snccLesfnl breeder of race
horses, '
--rre C meeting on Wednes
-a next-.
Mi*s Hadley and Miss Glass, two
young ladies at Allan's Flat, last w««K
fcilie i a Hnake, which is »«id t-».b3 the
largest h V'~ ? seen in the district. The
more courago that is usually possessed
a widower, and leaves a grown-up
The will of William Huon, of "De
Kerilleau," Wodonga, has been lodged
valued at L9269 17s 1d, consisting of
realty L8591 19s 11d and personalty
Rev Father Tobin, parish priest of
charge of Euroa. His seccessor is Rev
Dr Flynn, of Wangaratta. Rev Father
Mahony, of Yarrawonga, has been ap-
pointed to the charge of the Myrtle-
ford parish, and the Rev Father Gaf-
Shepparton, has been raised to the
Company, which takes place on Satur-
day next, and deliver an address. It
is to be hoped that the meeting will be
well attended by the dairying com-
munity, for the officer in question is
sure to have some valuable informa-
farmer, of Greta, on Monday. Mr
unharnessing hia horse he went with
the girls passed buckets of water up
The horse made a step forward, and
Mr Younger lost his balance. He fell
backwards, striking his head heavily,
and sustained a fractured neck, with
spinal injuries, from which he died.
Mr Younger was 67 years of age, and
was an old identity of Greta. He was
also well known in racing circles, and
was a successful breeder of race-
horses.
Shire Council meeting on Wednes-
day next.
Miss Hadley and Miss Glass, two
young ladies at Allan's Flat, last week
killed a snake, which is said to be the
largest ever seen in the district. The
more courage that is usually possessed

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