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Show Dates, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

Show Dates, 1914. :u: Dalyiton — Wednesday, Feb. 4. '14 Lang Lang, Weduesday, Feb. 11,'14 Kotumburra, Wednes., Feb. 18, '1-1 Lppogatliii, Wednes., Feb, 25. 1914 Foster, Wednesday, March 4. Wi ll Bunylp, Wedtresday, March 11, '14 A.B. Crabtree lias just, landed a great assortment of boots and hIioc.s. Local storekeepers report good tradi f ir the Christmas. Some say it was tne beet for years. ' - Looal butter factories have reached (heir limit for the present dair^iti^ ' Feason. A bit more weather like the |>ast few days and the slump will etarl. The holidays passed off quietly in this district, and fortunately no acci - dents happened—not even a pea rill. Utility. Several good hauls of fidh wen mads from tbe Tarwin river and ttuby creek during the holidays. Tm ©nr Headers,—w,; woul i asic you to help us in the compilation of :i t.li- r ougbly representative newspaper by fo. wan', tug at yonr earliest convenience iiifonn.v ion which will be of public interest. Seiiil ac counts of ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

Premier Coach Factory <fo Shoeing Forge R. Boston . Coachbuilder and General. Blacksmith, Radovick-Sfc., KORUMBURRA . ^TELEPHONE 2sTO. 11. Vehicles of every description built to order REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. TIRING DONE DAILY. - Pain'.ing it Trimming done at shortest notice New and Seccni-hand Buggies cheaper than Melbourne. SHOEING DONE IB IT .A. First-class Shoeing Smith Kbrumburra Hotel. i (Corner Kadovick ami Commercial Streets), J. P. 80WAN Wishes to announce to the residents of Korumburra and districts that be baa taken over the above hotel, and trusts by attention to business and consideration to Customers to receive the support hitherto accorded to this hotel. _* Only the Best of Ales, Wines & Spirits Stocked. , The Cuisene is in capable hands, which will ensure an excellent table 4 being kept, and meals will be served at reasonable prices. The iStabling Accommodation is of ihe best, and travellers can rely on getting their horaes well looked after, : j...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

DAVIESS FASHIONS . . . FOR ... Spring & Summer are tlio most up-to-date. See the Millinery in our Window. The White House, Commercial Street. DAyIES'S, The White Housc NEW GOODS. A. B. Crabtree. NEW GOODS . . . . ARRIVING- DAILV. LADIES! Befire buying jour Next Drapery give A, B. Crabtree a call, j+i - i GENTLEMEN! Before buying your Nut Outfit call and'Bee A. B. Crabfcree's Large Selection of Men'd Suits, Trousers, Hate, Shirts, Collars, Tit e, Boots and'Shoes. Millinery a Speciality. Call and see for yourself. Value Unsurpsssed, A. B. Crabtree, KORUMBUMU. SPRING 1913. i If You Require'Up-to-date Styles in Millinery Call and See our . Productions. Special Lines in Flowers and Feat hers* Latest Novelties just to Hand. J. H. SHORT, KORUMBURRA. The Pioneer Store Grocery I ..J Crockery I; •>?. Ciatlery I Before making' your pur chases call ancl inspect our Stock and get our prices. It will pay you. Our stock is Complete and Up-to-date. (p\xa.lit3r. Variety. ^ Valine. L. H. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

Hard to Bear. :o: When the back aches ami pains so ba. 11y that vou ca'i'c work, can't rest, can't «le f> can't eat, it's hard to hear. Tltoirati Is of . V'.hiiig backs have been relieved *nd cured People are learning' that backache ji.iiw coae from Weak kidneys, that I) lans' Hack, ache Kidney Pills cure every kidney ill enre bladder trouble*, urinary derangements dropiy. Read this testimony to merit of th« greatest of kidney spseitiw Mr John Carm, " LalUrookh411 station Street.-Port Melbourne, says;—11 1 had a ■ :rere pain in the small of my back, which m t le things very unpleasant for me. I saw 1) ian's Backache Kidney 1'ilis advertised and got some. These pills cured me in a time, and I am indeed delimit ed to lie fie' of this ailment, I advise all who suiTi-i with backache to £et I loan's} Backache Kid cey Pills at once," Mrs Cams says nine years 'ater :—" My hnsband hai been free of back»che eve.i since Doan's Backache Kidney Pills cured him. I cannot say how thnnklul I am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

Prentice-st., East St. Kilda. September 2, 1913. Mr. Brin,—I, a mother of eleven chil dren, write to help-if possible hard-work lng mothers who have young children at tending school. I think you should make known your Pedic Pomade for the head. Its effect is miraculous. My girls attend the Windsor Convent School, and their heads have been shown as an example of good, the effect of Pedic Pomade. In justice to mothers who, unfortunately, have to go out working it should be more generally known. I give you with a heart and a half permission to make any use you wish of this letter.—Yours, etc., (Mrs.) ALICE O'CALLAGHAN. Pedic Pomade for the head destroys Vermin and Nits; is sold by all Chemists and Stores, or posted by J. Brin, Chemist, . East Malvern, V., 1/2, 2/3 and 3/9; with ' Nit Comb, Gd. extra. First Hen: What a ridiculously -giddy creature that young Miss Dork ing is. Second Hen: Oh, she's young yet. Wait till she has known the sorrow of sitting for three weeks on a china egg an...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. " For years we luivo been using Chamberlain's Coiigh -Remedy," says Mr Herbert H. Wuodlioiul, AYent wortli, N.S.AV. " We have.sixchild ren and never use anything else for tho treatment ofeoiighs, folds and bron cliiiircomplaiuts. I confidently rceom mehd. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to ovoryone, more espcially to parents', who like myself have young children's health to safc-gnard. Jt never , fails to give relief in all eases." Sold by all chemists aiid. storekeepers.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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A WIFE'S CHRISTMAS GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

A WIFE'S CHRISTMAS GENIUS. By Thomas L. JIasson. "I have a great scheme." * It was tout a few short weeks before the gladsome Yuletide, when the thrifty and provident wife looked at her husband with eyes in which was manifested a look of conscious pride. "I hope," said her husband sadly, "it's nothing about Christmas. I'm of_great Christmas schemes." "TEen you th: partner of his jo}*.. abc Christmas, dear, and is simply this: Ilet's celebrate Christmas this year two weeks later than usual." "Two weeks later!" "Yes. You see all the excitement will be over and everything will be marked down." And the fond husband clasped her in his arms. "-Mv darling," he cried, "you are, indeed, a genius!"

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
District News. CUTTRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

District News. 0UTTR1M. Mies Howell, who has been in .: charge of the Outtrim Post Office for the past seven years, has been'trans ferred to the Laucetield District, and will leave for ' that place iii a few days. Miss Howell" has been an ardent chnrch worker and Sunday School teacher riming her residence in Onttriiii, and as a nmrk of appre ciatiou the Sunday .School scholars ; have presented her with a travelling hug1, fitted with a'"sot '-'of-- silver., mounted accessories, the formal pre- : sentation of which \yivs made by 'Rev; ; Father Rufforiy. Miss .Howell's : succohior is Mr Rodgers, of S>i. ; Arnand. nusii.MKxV wts, ; The above aports for 1014 are to ; ho hold on tho Outtrim Recreation on ' Saturday, January 17. A long and ; interesting tprograinmo - has-: been arranged; including woodchoppiiig, jumping, footracing, tug-of-war, and othw events, full particulars r of which appears iu our advertising columns, Khlrios close on Saturday ne.\t, Jannar.y 10th, with the secret...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

.Y r PHCENIX ASSURANCE GO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. FIRE. ACOIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. losses paid exceed <£85,000,000. Losses bv BUSH FIRES and by LICHTNIN0 are madb good by thl* Company. AGENTS WANTED. Victorian 461 to 471 BOURKE ST., Melbourne, OALCETY A CO, LTD.. AGENTS,

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

•"'"'SUK ITS It 13 D AG 0 NT Y WITH Hli AD ACHES, "I highly V"C>-Mn'.nPMil' Chftiiibqf i?]ai\\V '^aU^ots to anyone vlicr suffers from liendnchos," snys; M rs.1 M. X. ■Oowyi'" Marlborough ltd., Victoria •Valley, Tasmania. "I suffered agony with, headaches and tried ^mpst, (ivorytiling. Nolliiy;,' jHd iuu any good . i\, (l'ipnd vccomtuemled ^l\ain^e'i'iit\n'« Tablets and they soon ino right i\gaU>-. ^ovo ) n-ould (io.t l^c without a ho\uf OlinmUei'Uui.'s .'^\l\>ets. n\ thc house." S^W % all "p|\ui^isls i\ml stovcVepjHsvs* • ! fteU'lAvos \wwo ayicsteil in Sydney tv yuan urnued I'lwoit lV»'l?y liiiMlu on ft clwgo of wuspiring to ilofnuid. Ho was voiiuvwIqiI unt.il 1 titli January. JikWle.is a recent arrival in the State. Advertisements have been appcuyiwif in many country newspiuipya i»i othor Slates, tlionewspapers in New South Will oft: uvoided, offering' ten yi\rils <if good washable silk on Of tlio' Ceylon Silk Q'v.vapavyi s^rejpt Syiliiey^ {tyy. % tjd, l-h.p, of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

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Port Franklin Water Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

Port Franklin Water Carnival. The above carnival took place on New Year's Day, and despite a re ! gat til at, Port Albert unil sports lit Korumburra, thorn was a large atten dance, the gate takings amounting tii over ,t!3S. Tin1 special train from Korumburra on tlit; morning of tin* sports was well tilled by the time it got to lWnnison. The carnival committee hail gone to considerable trouble, and also risk, in arranging a very elaborate programme. They affiliated with tiie Victorian Amateur Swimming Association, and also had the services of leading ollicials of the Association to judge (lie events. The attraction of the day was the appearance Heaurepaire, the chain jiion swimmer, wl'uso exhibitions • >J swimming were watched with great interest. Tin; life-s-aving demonstra tions by the Port Melbourne team ol tho Uoyal Ijifis Saving Society, was also an interesting item, ftveiyt hing passed olY very satisfactoiily, nml the promoters have every reason to feel gratified with the ns...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Writers, Not Linguists. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

Writers, Not Linguists. The late JI. Rochefort was asked one tlay if, during his periods of exile in England, he had learned to speak Knglish. "No," he replied. "But you could have done?" he was asked. "Yes, but I did not want to." "Why?" "Because Victor Hugo forbade me to. He said to me one day, *\Ye wri ters must not learn foreign languages. Such knowledge makes lis run the risk of chanpinir the purity of our own tongue.' "

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THE VIXEN. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER. XLI. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

THE VIXEN, By I EWIN 'FITZHAMON ii:';,.- ;Published by Arrangement wiLh - Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserve 1. CHAPTER. XLI. : "Lieutenant Ingram! ' . The slight, straight figure stepped | nonchalantly into the box._ Despite Mr. Justice Wcnham's stern" hint at I reprisals, he held himself stiffly at attention; he looked the figure of a gentleman who had abandoned all hope. There was disgust in the intona tion of Mr. Candy's voice as he began: "You were present in Court -when the evidence of James Mordan was given?" "Ye3." "Is it correct?" ' "Yes." "Years ago you were intimate with Lady Pettigew?" "She lived on me," answered Lieu tenant Ingram, orisuly - He looked directly at Ernest Sibstone, for Lieu tenant Ingram had also to earn his . living at the expense of an already humiliated woman. Ernest Sibstone nodded his head almost imperceptibly, as if to ac knowledge an invoice of goods. He leaned across to gaze at Dainty Dres den. Her place was empty. She had gon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

Pleasing & exhilarating.

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CHAPTER XLII. An ante-room in the Law Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

CHAPTER XLII. An ante-room in the Law Courts. Lady Pettigew left the Court crush ed and overwhelmed with humiliation ,—a whole world of shame heating in upon her, beating her down to her very knees in hopeless, helpless agony. Her husband stood by her, mute of his own misery, affording her comfort by gentle words of sympathy and assurance of his love for her. Occasionally there came bursts of muttered misery from the poor brow beaten woman, interspersed with frantic cries against the injustice of it all. Dainty worked herself into a frenzy agaiiist her dead parent, who had brought her up so abominably as to land her in a slander case. Then followed distraught imprecations against Sibstone, so fierce and so shrill that her poor honor-maimed hus band had to place his hand gently over her mouth. She resisted and fought like a wild cat. Then as sud denly she turned upon him and ac cused him of standing up for Angela Burney—"for a thief," she cried hysterically, "I know she is a thief. I...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRECIOUS HUMAN HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

PRECIOUS HUMAN HAIR. A lock of Goethe's hair has been valued at one thousand pounds by the St. Petersburg courts; but, though this is the most recent example of the cult of the hair relic, the practice of treasuring the hair of great men is very old. The beard of Mahomet, the favorite oath of many Moslems, is a case in point. The Prophet had the habit of strolling his beard as he talked. Those hairs which fell out v. ere seized upon by the devout and venerated as sacred relics. Thus in 1723 one ol' these sainted hairs was enclosed in a box of sold and covered with a crystal lid, and over it was built a magnificent monument to pre serve the relic at Cuddapali. in the province of Balachat. Nor is it only the disciples of great men who have set value on the hair of their heroes. The heroes themselves have realised the sentimental if not the monetary value of their hair.

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CHAPTER XLIII. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

CHAPTER XLIII. The crush in the Court the next morning would have done credit to a Drury Lane matinee. It is no exag geration to say that the highest in the land fought, and not always un successfully, with the lowest in tlio land; both' strata were equally inter ested in the parties in the case. For instance, Mr. Bossy Jim was seated not far off from Lady Constance Sil vertop and Mrs. Wiiloughby West, both of whose dresses he had impar tially stamped upon and torn in his efforts to gaze upon his quondam play mate, Lady Pettigew, and hear his | particular pal, Mr. James Mordan, give I evidence, should he be called upon . to do so. | At the outset of the resumption of this memorable suit, young Penistono Cott rose to ask leave to withdraw from the case. He thought that he could better as sist both litigants to arrive at a friendly issue if he were allowed tho opportunity to go into the witness box and make a statement. In consideration of the fact that the jury had stopped the ense, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 8 January 1914

O INVENTORS PAT E N T S Obtained in Commonwealth and Else where for Improved methods of Appli ances. Tools, etc., of any description. Full Information, Coate, etc., sent on application to A. G. 3ACHSE, O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS. Corner Collins and William Sis,, MELBOURNE.

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