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SALE BUTTER FACTORY. DIRECTORS' REPORT FOR HALF YEAR ENDING JANUARY 31. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

SALE BUTTER FACTORY. 1)IREClORS' RE:POIiT FOI IHALF YEAR ENDING JANI ARY 31. For the halnf-year ending the .lst. January, 1911. \-our direct.r3 i-pot'r a steadv increase ill the (onmiany' ccrations. The total butt:.r minrfaue tured was 130 tons 2?wt 153ib?. ,hi,:h is an increase of 2S tons 15ciwl 2qr 171b o-er the ccrresponding pfriod of l?nt yerT. Tic difereno2 beL.w.c: th, butt.-, int r:tsults and the butter manl f:c:ti. '" is slightly over 13} Per c'nt.t and the prices paid have bken tlih hiib,-t possible, according to the quality. During thi.half-Year your dirt-o:-s have installot an up-to-d:ate suction o a I.lant. also another combiniti churn ada worker. Ilhe total os-t of t.L' latter has becn clharged to H1n1w,ll IJ ll e lairs, as also the foundatii'uns.. '., ior installing ihe suction go ,nlt. t]' total east of whlicht. Irtthe:" witllh .r tace alnd labor. -itoi'. it.- In tIi -,ln11 if £15I. After prvlino for t.i. amd also extensive r l:airs t1 Ill-- fitron , the n~tt, p:-tfit...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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FORTHCOMING COURTS. SUPREME COURTS. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

FORTHCOMING COURTS. SUPREME, COURTS. BIairnsdale, Tuesday, April 7. GENERAL SESSIONS, COUNTY COURTS, COURTS OF 1NSOL YENCY, MINES, ETC. BLairnsdcale, Tuesday, March 3. Sale, Thursday, March 5. Warragul, Tuesday, March 17. Traralgon, Thursday, March 19. 'Valhalla, Thursday, March 26. Omeo, Wednesday, April 1.

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RAINFALL AS REGISTERED AT "THE GIPPSLAND MERCURY" OFFICE, SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

RAINFALL AS RECISTERED AT "THE CIPPSLAND MIERiURY" OFFICE, SALE. . . . .. . .Y ear. 1887 . . 5. , "_'.:' 2.99 t..: 3.20 3.40 1.09 1.89 2.31 5.12 2.09 30.62 1888 4.63 1.15 4.0 0.62 L.61 1.1: .72 1.0. 1.36 1.44 1.47 2.95 22.14 1889 2.44 2.54 .; 2.77 3.16 2'.25 0.87 0.911 2.44 2.47 3.37 1.10 24.70 1890 . 1. 2.54 . 1.0 1.34 2.99 4.74 1.65 1.72 1.33 3.45 3.53.06 2.63 28.52 1 2.5 0.50 0.85 3.51 1.02 5.17 3.48 4.02 2.42 2.27 3.86 1.75! 31.13 1892 2. 7 0.101 .12 2.26 1.61 0.73 .01 1.29 3.72 4.22 3.77 7 1.86 24.16 1893 ' . . .' 0.38 o0 3.63 3.11 1.38 2.48 0.70 2.87 -2.06 3.52 4.02 29.59 1894 1.19 0.66 1.58 '2.f 0 (.49 2.77 2-71' 125 2.17 2.37 0.69 2.34j 20.82 ...'_.12521723 0.69 2.341 20.82! 1895 . 1.01 0.67 2.16 1.07 0.6 1.4 1.05 3.63 3.04 0.46 0.04 4.21 19.48 1896 0.91 3.06 1.46 1.77 I1.24 5.26 0.90 .2 2.80 1.19 1.62 114 2464 1897. 4.57 7.72 i.40O 0.72 3.67 0.72 1.72 4.34 2.10. 1.79 0.93 0.50 30.18 1898 0.50 2.56 0.95 0.31 i.S6 1.09 1.04 1.2 i. 2.57 1.82 2.41 0.26 19.59 1899 2.82 0.17 1.55...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

The B, ... ranch MEETS in the S?.S, y NI, lIALL, Raymond-street, Sale, ovQLr ALTERNATE FRIDAYT, at Sp.l. ti opius of Rules. Entry Fees and \, 1-i, Subscriptions can bo ob taine-d r,.n the Secretary. IHon. Memr bt-rs i- ir year. Hon. Members can hrv'e rti ..rvicas of the Medical O-lctL n ? - i? of a small fee. Sccru?rv r's Office: Sale Mecchanica' Institute 'Phone 109. 8., HEBUARD, Secretary. r'OTICES. .MiiSS OLIVE A, SHEPHERD, TE'i'AClI- IER ot 'IANUFORTE and VIOLIN. New Term Commencing January 27, 1914. "Napier, " Market-street, Sale. MISS J, WILSUN, 1uclic TEACHEi, RESUMES TUITION on TUESDAY, 27rl JANUAlIY, 19141. MARLEY STREIET, SALE. MRS, FITZPATRICK, TEACHER of MUSIC and DANCING, Visits and rceives Pupils. 'l'erms moderate. Accepts engagements Balls, Socials, etc. AdC ass, MXAC;ALISTEI STREET, SALE. NURSE THORNE, ' IHATLY HOUSE "' PRIVATE HOSPITAL, has Comfortable Accommodation for Ladies. Out Cases Attended. Fee Moderate. REEVES STiREET. SALE. ATLAS ASSURANCE COY., I.T D. Head...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

AUCTIONS. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. Auctioneers and Valuators, Stock and Station Agents, SALE, TRARILGON, and at 457 BOURKE ST.. MELBOURNE. MBaffa, lieylleld, ulorwull, S-trautrd, Longiord, Yinnar, Briagoloag, Ml'boo North ioolraa. Agents for Australian ;Mlutual Provident Co. Liverpuol, London and Globe In.ur ance Co. P. and U. Shipping Co. M' lwraith, ML' Eacharn and CO. Curator of Intestate Eetates. Goldebrough, Mort and Co. National Trustees and Eaxpoutre C. Qulbell'a Sheep Dip. ,1 LOANS NEGOTIATED. Associated with O'Connor, Little and Field, Yarram. AUcUTIOf EER' NOTICE. Owing to hush Fires THEO. B. LIT'TLE & CO. have POSTPUO-MD their liE lFIELD 6PEYC3AL CATTLE SALE frvom Monday, March 2nd, to a LATIER DATE. SALE BUIOROUGH YARDI)S. SATURDAY, MA.RCH 7. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell at the Borough iards on above date 10 Fat Cows 5 Springers 60 Thxed dtore Cattle MARCH HORSE SALE, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, 17 & 18. GENUINE CLEARING SALE. BUNDALAGUAH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

: IOHANAN'S LAGK & WHITE" WHISKY A iglh-class Comfort. - March.f a 8 1r52'99 Mo. f 9 1 9 8 ! 0 I4e. 3 10 17 24 ' IFe , i i - IWd. 411i! 25i..I Th.s, 5 121 9S26... 'Fri 6 132027... St, 7 1421281... SHIPPING. -SL STEALMBOAT CO. LTD. DAILY SERVICE (Sundays excepted). - The Company's Steamers, Omeo and argo leave SALE and CUNING gSE DAILY--Sale 1.45, upon arrival of irot train from Melbourne, Cuning one S a.m. Fares:- RETURN 12/, SINGLE 8/. Calling at Latrobe, Holland's, pa-nesville, Metung and New Works. Office, Foster-strcet. JAS. E. pATERSON. Secretary. i1pPaLAND STEAMERS PTY. LTD. Rusolr SteamshiP Serv.ice Betweeni MELBOURNE ! and all GIPPSLAND PORTS. S.S. QUEENSCLIFFE !ares Melbourne every Saturday for THE LAKES DIRECT Carrying Cargo for Sale, Maltra, Stratford, Metung, Paynesville, and the Surrounding Districts. Lowest Rates of Freight. Hesd Offce--466 C'ollin-sBtreet, Mel bourne. Sale Office--F,,cer Street. E. H. WALTER, Branch Manager. ii NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD , IMPERIAL G...

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GIPPSLAND HOSPITAL. MARCH 1. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

GIPPSLAND HOSPITAL. MARCI 1. Patients admitted during past week... 15 Discharged during past week ... 16 Died during past week ... ... Remaining in Hospital ... ... 50 Out-patients treated during past week 26 Medical Officer for the current week. Dr Reid. Visiting Committee for present month, Messrs. Benussi and Futcher. Visiting Days.-Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m. A. J. NASON, Matron. THE GIPPSLAND MERCURY TUESDAY, MARCtH 3.

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COUNTY COURT, SALE. THURSDAY, MARCH 5. (Before His Honor Judge Eagleson.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

COUNTY COURT, SALE,. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, (Before H(is Honor Judge Eagleson.) Adjourned case.-H. F. Sunder mann v. The Gane Milking Machine Co. Ltd.: M1oney due under an agree ument, £53. Under £20. Hugo WVertheim v. Agnes Cawthorn! Damages, £10. Between £25 and £50. Charles Blyth v. Frank B. Brennan: Mtoney paid, £47/1714. John O'Shea v. George Fawaz: Danlmages, £49. William Zacher v. Henry James Cartledge: Damages, £40. INSOLVENCY COURT. Voluntary certificato application by John Alfred Diver, of New-ry, horse breaker.

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SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 2. (Before Mr. W. W. Harris, P.M.) On the Footpath. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

SALE POLICE COURT. MIONDAY, MARCH L. (Before Mr. W. W. Harris, P.M.) On the Footpath. Cyril Chambers was fined 5/ for rid ing. as bicycle on the footpath in Fos ter-street on the 12th inst. Constable Nolan proved the offence, which was admitted by defendant to the extent that he had gone onll the pathway for a short distance. * Negligently Riding. Thos. Guilfoyle was charged with negligently riding a horse through Raymond-street on the 12th inst. Constable Nozan deposed having seen defendant careering wildly through the street, to the danger of other users of the thoroughfare, between the Star Hotel and Foster-street. Defenidant pleaded guilty'. -IHe told the Bench that he had not been drinking for three months, but on 'omining to Sale had a few drinks. 'The piony he was rid iug was hard to hold. when he was sober, but he was unable to hold it when he was drunk. The P.M.: The few drinks and the hard-held pony will cost you 10/. The fine was paid. Debt. Thomas Alfred Robinson v. L. R...

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HIGH PRICES FOR CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

HIGH PRICES FOR CATTLE, The feature of the fat cattle sales at Newmarket last week was a draft of extraordinary prime heavy-weight bullocks, sold on account of Mr. C'larke. 31.L.C., of H-awksview Estate, Albury. These bullocks were excep tionally prime and heavy, and sold to .L1u17/6, :tveraging £15/3/, being by far the highest price and average realised for some time. The selling agents Were Dalgety and Co., Ltd. Owing to the dry weather prevailing at present the value of best milking cows has reached a very high pitch in the Melbourne Corporation Market sales of dairy cattle. In a large yardl ing submitted an execeptionally fine cow, the property of Mr. Jas. Flynn, Glenore, 3eeaca. was sold at £15/5/.

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PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

PRODUCE fMARKET. TVheat, steady, 3/10½; oats-milltng 1/11, feed 1/92: barley-malting Chevalier 3/6, Cape 2/4; maize, 3/10: chaff, to 70/; hay, to 110/.

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STATE SCHOOL CURRICULUM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

STATE SCHOOL CJRRICULUM. .&t the recent convention of the State School Committees' Association, various matters wveru referred to tlle executive connnlttee, whclh has now issued its report. The committee re viewed tle school curriculum with a view to suggesting modiricationf and eurtaimenlt in regarLi to country, andl especially small country, schools. It calne to the conclusion that .1Yile the extra subjects have a ljarge edu cational value, tney should be cur tailed if their present inclusion pre vents tnh proper teaching of the lun damental suoJects5-reaaing wriung and arithmetlc-or could not be pro perly taught. It was agreed in re gard to tne suggestion tlat the de partment shoula :ive more attention to reading, writing and arithmetic, and that home lessons should be el iminated during the sunmmer months, to refer the question back-to district assoclation!. Strong objection is taken to Dpar ents worklng thenir children hare at home during their school ages. The motion o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

BARKED YOUR SHINS? \Well, try Dr, Sheldon's Magnetic ,inlment. It will tnake away all the Dain and stiffness, and you will for get all about it. Price, 1/6 and O/, Obtainable everywhere,

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FASHIONABLE WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

FASHIONABLE WEDDING. MIlss Margaret Niall, of Melbourne iManslons, was married this afternoon at South Yarra to Captain Burnham, A;D.C. to the Governor-General. Lord Denman was present at thei ceremonoy.

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

SPORTING. Final acceptances:- Ascot Vale Stakcs.-Naxbcrry, FI dello, .Maharajah, Tracquctte, Ande sine, Newberry, Raheen, Tondora, -*Voorak. Scratchlngs: Hopeful Stakes.-Lensope, Kooma la, Pink Lady, l'lecele se, Kincser. Candle, Orinoco. 'Bourke landicap.-lHieractus. Nu wara Eliya, Mountain Princess, Quair Burn, Coolamatong. Arndel. Trixette. Lloyd Stakes.-Nuwara Eliya. All engagemensts-lBowmore, Sneeze, Royal Scotch, Liquation. Four Flush. Farewell Handicap.-Sister. Riadius. River Handicap.-Meritus.

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THE WATERSIDE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

THE WATERSIDE TROUBLE. Although the Melbourne wharf la bourers decided by a ballot in favour of overtime, some of the coal lumpers refuse to work. The stevedorcs are still holding back, and meanwhile are demanding apologies from Mr. Hughes and Mr: Morris, secretary of the Wat erside WVorkers' Federation, for state ments contained in a circular recently issued.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday. THE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 4---- (By Wire.) tlFrosnm Uur Own Correspondent.) Melbourne, Monday. THE REVENUE. The Federal revenue for Fcbruary showed Postal £347,336, against £741,944. For eight months the to tal was £2,949,173, being an increase of £207,459. All States show un in crease for the eight months. Customs £1,15.S,71, against £1,364,901. For the eight months £10,010,271, against £10.616,154; all States showing de creases.

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. WEATHER FOR WEEK ENDED 27th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

COMIMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. W*AT'W 11! FOiR \V1EFK ENDIED 27th *Th Oflonsflla1 trough-like depres Ti, '. rmolton "e n eor h eat last iweek h I tt tlsd Ery Tsiturd',n 21st., t nd h, , r wa still not inland. By l.v tihe fo O ll1owhin hih wasdc sutf :'ctihltly dvnced o' gtie decided ,Ut ii |ir -i ns a, cool weather, whlilct wV. ' Ilatn al iked .lluntil WVednes ,i \-. 1! ll haursdxar the axis o thie • * 'tiit" liy Qxer Tasmania and of' .a .i, istin whnle' a lonsoonal do S '.&sing 51' Un (1did rains o\er S?,,. a-a - u SoUth V:tles - 'Jix?£,i ug" s'in of nixkilng at di l,?ct so~i!l?,\'tl'{ id\'.IOx into Victoria i:id So'tth -\ 'c!'! i Thoutgh thie re s:'.it: .? w'?-tl~c r . ,' decidedly sultry, :il. ," cir i llf:! h~ar s,_, ft: beenl ilt~i~llifll ';l o?f U afew isolated h?rl~il?,iI" sllower5 ili hoth. 9ta.tes. He has every quality of a great lead er. The manner in which the ship ne gotiated the packs was due to Captain Davis's splendid seamanship. He had to be caipable of caution w...

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V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. The weather oxi Saturday was fine, and there was a large attendance; tesults: iiurule.-Warrawa (Cairns) 1; The Vet r, Light Ballast 3. .3mn. 50%/sec. St. Leger .Stakes.-Radnor, by Eariston--,urletta (R. Lewis) 1, An delosla (Lambert) 2, Mlonoia (WV. -initer) 3. Time, 3min. 2%sec. Ievewmarket Handicap. Six furlongs. A. itactarlane's -lownit, by Graf ton--My Own, 4yrs., 7.13 (WV. Smart) .. .... .. . ...... 1 A. \vynne's Cider, 8.11 (M. Con nell). ... .. .. . .. .; .. 2 Messrs. Balllieu's Aleconner, 8.7 (?ike) .. .. ... . .. . . .. .. .. 3 " The following wxere the starters: Jolly, Beggar, 9.7; ,Desire, 9.1; - Cagou, 9.0; Nuwura Eliya, 8;11; Lilyveil, S.11; Cider, 8.11; Mountain Princess, 8.11; Captain W'hite, 8.9; Aleconner, 8.7; St. Mieooc, 8.7; Tadanga, S.5 ; Silver Lad, 8.3; Gold Blrew,- 8.1; Phllio, .1; Iown it; 7.13; Tofua, 7.12; Rathlea, 7.12; Ye nedat, 7.11; Brattle, 7.9;' ?idgiewa; 7.8; Averse, 7.7; Trixette, 7.5;. Quair Burn, 7.;,; Recaller,. 7.1; Dhuld...

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YEARLING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 3 March 1914

YEARLING SALES. The yearling saie hold itt Now market to-day inclldcd lth colt by Beau Brocade (imp.)-Speckle, to Dr. -V.. Itng, Corowa, 170 guineas; chestnut colt, by tBeau Brocade (imp.) -Pamela, R. Brad!ield, 400 guineas; bay filly by Bobadli--Iasty Agnes (imp.), W\. Kiuhnel, Adelaide, 110 guineas; bay filly by Bobadil--Miss Sara (imp.), F. Howell, 170 guineas.

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