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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
AUCTIONS. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. Auctioneers and Valuators, Stoek and Station Agonte, SALE, TRARALGON, and at 457 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNB. Ma8e, Heyfield, Morwell, Stratford, Longford, Yinnar, Briagolonfg, Mirboo North Boolera. Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Co. Liverpool, London and Globe Ietsr- ( anee Co. P. and O. Shipping Co. SIlwr;itd, 3' Eachari and C4. Curator of Intestate Estates. Golds?rough, Mort and Ca, National Trusteen and Exeoutors Co, Quibell'a Sheep Dip. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Assoeiated with 0 'Connor, Little and Field, Yarram. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICE. Owing to Bush Fires THiEO. B. LITTLE & CO. have POSTPONED their HEY FIELD SPECIAL CATTLE SALE from Monday Next, March 2nd, to a LATER DAITE. SALE HORSE SALE. TO-DAY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. THEO. B. LITT1'LE & CO., in con. junetion with CAMPBELL & SONS, will sell as above, in Campbell's t yards, when they expect to yard fully 150 Head of all classes Important Note.-A large number of Melbourne ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
BUCHANAN'S ,"BLACKK&WHITE" WHIS KY A High-class Comfort. eb garuarr a ua. 1 8 1522... Mon. 2 91623... Tue. 101724 ... Wed, 4 11181251... Thu.j 5.121926... Fri. 6 132027... Sat, 7 1421128s... SHIPPING. QA.D BTEAMI?3OAT CO. LTD. DALY SERVICE (Sundays -xcepted). The Company's Steamers,'Omeo 'and Dao, leave SALE -and CUNING gAUE DAILY--Sale 145, upon arrival ot frst-train from Melbourne, Cuning -te S a.m. Fares: .ETURN 12/, SINGLE V/. Calling at Latrobe, Holland's, ayneeville, Metung and New Works. Orcae, Foster-street JAS. E. PATERSON, Secretary. IlppILAND STEAMERS PTY, LTD. Reslar Steiniship. Service Between MELBOURNE and all 43IPPSLAND PORTS. 8.S. QUEENSCLIFFE .i-es iMelbourzie every Saturday for THE LAKES DIRECT, Carrying Cargo for Sale, Maifra, Stratford, Metung, Paynesvillo, and the Surrounding Districts. Lowest Rates of Freight. Head Office--406 ollins-street, Mel Courne. Sale Office-F.Ater Street. II H. WALTER, Branch Manager. SNORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD , IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
The announcenment has been made- and it is a satisfactory one-that In the event of the borough council de slr;ig to forin a trustL LWe proceeding St1i the cniarged schvlme of pumping ilater from thl Thompson River for tijh supply of Saie, the Government v.i:l bue ;illiiii to expedite the matter o: a loani, though the amount does not li.ear -ni tie Estimates. Now, the ii:ter of' the town's supply is one w;lci , a.s we have already said, admits uf no delay, and it is a mercy that iurlni'i teu summer so far we have uciel spared the outbreak of any ae. rnous coniiagration. It has been sur. .:c:eitiy uemnonbtrated, however, that tn. pruesent supply is totally inade juate for the necessities ot the in inaittunte. There are only two me uious by which these necessities can i.u aupplled, by pumping trom the riv ;e, as in the scheme under present conisluratlon, and by gravitation troin a storage amongst the moun luins. Thei latter would undoubtedly ie the best, but the cost would be enormous,...
NEWMARKET HANDICAP. Final Acceptances. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
l.YE V..MX.ViUl. 1- %DI V'A* 1-. Final Acceptances. ?'. ?, -'lt? i.trt; a-*:; Co"T';^.·;!j"vtril CI& n? - l,? C'IIIC'Ie, St. A\le'do c, b I at ,u 5. 1; .~c~v r Lad, - I . ; Go S~, t it?, . i; o i 't , 7 ,11; 'o""r ic., Tlr I tlt', . ;-" A.voniwort. 6.13; -i rl h , 1 rri ul r o ur, C 1t1r1. , b.L
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
Jack NAlti (:on or Se. rant noble., Iat., of talc), l'iiayi" for St~. Mary's~ Club in: tic Lr glitii ui:srict crickct cuni',I)Ctlt0o" i_, -.t i 'tt did . vtt d1Žrtui 1~tut tc~ '1 ng i theŽ itcý tidý';l 'taus n-I i ig.intO I'rby ni - -i-Isforesno' run'- 3r: ite I tnt '--, i nti s dinnings of te r:' nN ltool: four oil, 11i runs'- nnakiiug: a tol 1,. rf nminc 11e hiis '- i `d thtis s'i "",n 'O'i' Lot1d : vcr:igc tiant l ) 4 for t, or 3 ~r t1 for t rii-'ch sad the L Jay ci csttrdaSY, alnd ii -:.t}!a "n rc uis-'d !I - inl for Stsl6 1 ;1; I li oie ~ hidct scor s as er' c. I i. t out), W`aril ^,'i in iii it 14 Hadduow, karbeck aito nit, ii- ut ml aiihe, anrd for the kjreh ef' r} . ' jlttr i 11)et hi. Brehen?. and 1'. t13.-r'huvu 11 erOhl.
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
MELBOURNE eIG MARKET. Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report:-1650 yardedl Stores.-Best descriptions -in keen demand, others easier; best bacon stores, 32/ to 4uv, seconds from 2u-. Porxers.-Moderate yarding; prime pigs firm, seconds shade easier. Prime heavy 38/ to 46/, prime light 30/ to 36/. Baconers. nmaller yarding, full attendance of buyers, and brisk sales; prime heavy 76/ to 85/, prime medium 68/ to 72/, prime light from 63/; inferior, from 50/.
BAIRNSDALE RACES. (By Wire.) (From Our Own Correspondent.) Bairnsdale, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
BAIRNSDALE RACES. (By Wire.) (From Our Own Correspondent.) Bairnedale, Thursday. The annual meeting of the Bairns dale Racing Club was held to-uay, in spiendid weather. There was a line attendance, the gate money (£S7) be ing a record for the last twenty years. Kaclng results were: Handicap Hurdle lace.-Mllse DoylesI %,,essex 1, M?is Davidson's Canvasser 2. liivulus ran of, at the first hurdle. Only three starters. Betting--5 to 2 on Wessex, I to 2 aget Canvasser. Trial Handicap.-J. \Whitbourno 'a Eurodin 1, A. S. Sinclair's hydroplane 2, W. J. arley's Bloom 3. The other starters were C. A. Comnmin s' Jack Merne, C. Leatham s Countersign. Thos. Houghton's Girth, E. Browne' Vigness, J. A. Morrison 's Splints, . Ray's Close Touch, and J. Calvert s Godwin Laddie. Bctting-3 to 2 Eu rodin, 6 to 4 Hydroplane, 2 to 1 bloom, V1 to 1 others. Handicap.-J. Whitbournte a Piella 1, J. Houghton's Earl Godwi- 2, J. CiI Vert's Jolhn ?Peel 3. Other starters E. Browne's Pistol, George Collis a Glynne...
SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
SPORTING NOT?I Mr. E. biro, o in, Adelphi 1Hotel, SaRe, pureeiz&et the r;ghts of tae pub lican's booth at tit, Nuambruk eporte for £. r. re. . .llenI, of Rosedale, bought the refreshment booth for £1. Entries for the Zt. 'atrick s Day celebration sports have conllr 1n re markably -veil, and ; foull list "w.ill be published in our next issue. The -x pected number of a hundred hrselmen for the procession is lii?e-ly to be far exceeded, all parts of the istr:ict hav ing promised to send conltlngcilts. Arrangements for the eveningls enter tainnent are complete. 'I hie boa plan for the lecture and concert is now open at Cullinan '; and as there is only a limited number of seats available, early bookings are advisable.
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
SPORTING. Final Acceptances: Australian Cup.-The Parisian, Sea Prince, Lord Alwyn, Audacity, har plst, Wassail, krizerlghter, Matouree, Loch Amos, Andelosla, Wallawa, 13e love, Diabolo, Obi, Calamus, Coradil, ot. Vano, Gladwyn, Lord Grey, UCl. St.. Leger Stakes.-Allanstord, Rameses, Andelosia, Sandy 9Douglas, Raanor, Mododia, Haste, Money. Sires' rroduce Stakes.-blague, \Vaxberry, Delecasse, Fidler, Toast, W\oorak, Spicer, TraquetLe, Andesine. Scratchings: Ascot Vale Stakes.-Lady Isis, Bay Malt, Sneeze, Ecseth, Rocyon, Mc lang, Burranadun, Wormwood, Hai . ton, Sancrit, Rudas, Lady C~:itai. Trusty Servant, Boytah, Sirfon, Pink, Lady, Tellaclos, Lancer Plume, Tong kah, Grown Steel, Hildegarde, Grand Cnarm, Beoe Flower, A?tinitis, Gold Garde, Lord Anthony, Caibye, Don, Sorborady, Felicia, Fortunes Differ, King Syble, Le No, Rlvertime, Gold en Circle. Junior Handicap.-Kirtle. All engagements.-indiscreet, Pink erton, The lajestic Nut, Money. Essendon Stakes.--Monodia. Brunswick Stakes.-M...
MINING INTELLIGENCE. CASSILIS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE, CASSILIS COMPANY. With the aid of a Govertunent loan of £4000, the directors of the Cas silis oompany are pushing on develop ment work. The policy of the board embraces sinking the main shaft, and the extension of No. 5 level to a point opposite the Ceresa lode, where a crosscut will be put in to cut the lode 100 feet deeper than the lowest level, viz., 400 feet. The stone going under foot in this level was of good value. It is pointed out by tnhe directors that the Government "does not contribute towards hauling and surface expenses, and only advances half of the actual cost of driving and sinking."' While working with full power, the limited output from the bottom levels has not paid these expenses. The 2027 tons of ore milled during the half year ended 3rd February averaged 6% dwt. gola per ton, the proceeds being £2660. Owing to the continued drought, the company's "power" has failed since December last, but the manager has kept No. 5 level going by hand lab...
A DOG'S FAITHFULNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
A DOG'S FAITMFULNESS. T'here is an Irish terrier which Waite 11 a lonell0y nut near Coldstreani 10r tll*, Inu'rerer of his master. It was on Atugust s, lsii, Ulat the bouy or i'icliaru anuignt, a pensloner, was tounll III the uucil WI1. a gun near by. Knignt han been snot aeau wi\ln his own gun. Ao one solvea the mystery, though it was supposed tlht ale oli man had been calneu out or nis nut and then snot dead by an enenly. A verdict of wilful murder was returned against solme person unknown. Public Interest in the mystery flick ered to a tiny point, ann then went out altogetler; but tile murdered m an's U?g Ias not rorgotten, and he is waiting. \, hen on reconnaissance duty at the .Lnydale manoeuvres, Major U. A. .Mitcnell, of the Intelligenco Corps, and men under his commuand, came across tre nut IIi wicnl ?niniglt liven nls lonely life. Unner a bunk in a corner of the hut lay the aeau man's uog, sharply eyeing the strangers in their smart uniforms. He was lying on a discolored wa...
MAIN ROADS. WORK OF BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
MAIN ROADS, W\ORK Or`' BOARD.. The year whicon las passed since the appolnunent of tne Country Roaas boaru nias been ispent manIly in In etyilollus oU ?i?pptandll. In pursuance vi tile board' Ileine~nes for roau oun SI'UcEIOII, a IlullDmer of colntracts or \VOrt nas been entered into. '1'ne (ippiland list up to tone present Is as uuln iBuln.-Constructing section of fnmao LUpp~y.nll roau, oetwyeen JurOUln flll tllt, ire U?toIalt£'y: J. NWVaLLtS, UU/D/, lillnl J. UUOli, L~lO/D/. .N ar'acan..-nII Srucuol Of main Glyppaanu roan, UCLtWel 1larraoUn anuu .u;: %v, A1. fllld twortuIl, zLUe b/ i. v'arragul.-ConstrucUng sectio- of munfl li 0ppalallu roau, UlwtWven ni1r Ovunuar) 540 \XarrausuI: A. . OniL.1, \.ourlayl.--(a) clearing, grubbing ann lourllllng irui0 1elu UL J. ??unlln conILraUL to Oallu road atL tun, Allm D1u, J. .1. jUIlnll, . l(4/0/0; (U) 0es *r lllg, 10o1'llu;k, Yte., Ir'Uo JUInmIIO)ll" I nat tO 1ieluy corller (?llver'iAocn Leongatna roitu), Rumpni and .Iaoeng, Ls4j!/11i/; (C) n...
THE ULSTER VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
THIE ULST ER VOLUNTEERS. In a manuesto which has been placar(ae thIrougnout Lister, air Ed ward Carson aclles that tio Ulster volunteers have been organised wilth a view of lnghting their fellow UI stermien. Their quarrel, he states, is witln ine overnllent, and the whole object is to prevent their forcible suomnlission to ublin in the Irishn Parliament.
BRITISH GENERAL'S VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
BRITISI-I GENERAL'S VIEW. In the course of a speech at a din ner in Dublin last nigut, General Sir Arthur Paget, General Utlicer Com imanlling in Chief the Forces in Ire land, made a noteworthy utterance. " tod torbid, ' he said, " that it should be my lot to be ordered to move north. Many onicers would nate the Idea, but if the order comes tney Know it must be obeyed.'"
WILL ULSTER BE SPLIT UP? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
WILL ULSTER BE SPLIT UP. Sir iorace P'lunkett, in a letter to the newspapers, states an impression is gaining ground that part or Ulster laity to exc?tlded fron Iiome Rule. Ii lnat snoulu Lt, utne, one halt of the inhtabitants or Ulster and b9 per cent. tof tne inabttanits of the other prov Inces will tltterly reent it. It 18 uouutlul, he proceeds, it they would accept lioniu Rule oni these terms. Lconiiuili tilugllt in agricultural Ire land inas auvanced so rapidly in re cent years that the interests of inanu Lacturars and cohnlrerce would be sate, though the rural will outnumiiber t?e uroan representation In the As seinbly.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 February 1914
NOTICES. HEYFIELD RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. THURSDAY, MARCH 19. pROGRAMME TRIAL STAKtrS, of 15 sovs., about 5 furlongs. For horses that have never won a race on the Ilat of 12 soVs. or over. Nonlinatio n 10/o ac ceptance 5/. PONYT iAC, of 12 soys., about 4 furlongs. For ponices 14 a.u. om ination 10/, lo acceptance. H-iFIELD HI-ANDIClAP, of c30 sovs., about 9 furlongs. Five sov5. to go to second horse. Nomination 15/. acceptance 5/. o. FLYING HANDICAP, of 20 o about 6 furlongs. Three sovt to go to second horse. NomInation 10/, acceptance 5/. WELTER HANDICAP, of 15 sops.. about 1 mile. Minimum weight Sst. 7lb. Nomination 10/, acceptan H/. NOVELTY PONY RACE, of S sov., 14 a.u., 4 furlongs. 12 yards to tie inch. Every pony to run the full distance. Nomination S/, no accep tance. Watson's and the Gippsiand Racing Aseociatiln's certificate will be ac eepted for pony races. Entries close on Monday, Mlarchn 9. p. O'CONNOR, IH. JUSTICE. Joint Secretaries. (By Royal W'iarrant). WIBE'B POST ...