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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 27 August 1914

" CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH. "I used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy when my children, Andrew mid Ueulah, were attacked with croup and whooping cough," writes Mrs C. Collis, Hatton Street, Seuth Broken Hill, N.S.W. "I have never found a better medicine for these complaints and give it to my children with the greatest con fidence. I have no hesitation in recommend ing it to everyone." Sold by Buckland Bros.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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FEDERAL ELECTIONS Mr G. H. Wise at Mirboo North. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 27 August 1914

PEDERS.C ELECTIONS ; Mp G. H. Wise at Mirboo North. Mr Wise, the Independent Liberal ■candidate ft r- Gippsbnd. addressed a "very larpp meeting electors in the Mitlioo North hall oti Tuesday, 1S1I1 inst • Cr J. St. Ellen, the President of the Shi'; , occupied the chair, nnd briefly inti;-iiiu< («1 the candidate. To re port. Mr Wise fully is beyond our limit of space. The l>est we can do f >r him is to publish his ccnera!. policy. Me condemned Party: Gov-., •ernmeiil, as he maintained, that every poliiioian should" lie in the position v. to vindicate his policy as a Statesman - when, . cxei cising his vi>rc in the House. He solidly advocated Elec tive Ministries. Preferential Voting, ■'■'■Initiative and Referendum, and Protection. M r Wise said that, were he honored by being elected representa tive for Gippsland, he would, in the House, vote exactly according to his •conscience. He said that be-would - not vote for any Party. lie consider -ed himself responsible t...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 27 August 1914

When About To Build Consult J. W. PRESCOTT, General CONTRACTOR, PAINTER, &c. The Services of .First-Class Tradesmen Available. Work Carried Out Expediously and Well at Lowest Rates. I Supply All Material for Building Purposes. Plans and Specifications Drawn Out. You ' can Save Time and Money by giving a Trial to a man with 20 years' Experience in the Building Trade. Estimates Free. tetters Promptly Attended To. Agent for London and Lancashire Fire • Insurance Company. «» Business Notice. A. L.Ogilvy&Go. Estate & Financial Agents BEG to thank their clients for past favors and trust by strict atten tion to all business to merit a continuance. They desire to intimate that the Mirboo North Branch will in future be under the management of MR. WM. PICKERING, and that Mr Ogilvy will attend periodically as usual. All communications to Mirboo Nth. orNorwick Union Chambers, 34 Queen Street, Melbourne, will receive prompt attention. A. L. OGILVY & CO. Miss Grace...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 27 August 1914

FEDERAL E » \ )I rCs u rrx^Qjig imute Please! GREAT ' T k ALL NEW GOODS The LATEST in Plain and Floral Crepe, Muslin Striped Pique, Plain and Floral Voiles, Colored Linens, Flouncing Embroidery and Laces, Lace Collars and Bows Inspection Invited. No one Asked to Buy. AGENT for Cuming Smith's Manures, Victoria Insurance Co., Cyclone Fencing and Cyclone Rabbit-Proof Fence. ,*l+U 11LL Lib P 1 PtWfS I P* mm 1 MiRBOO NORTH M. A. Begs to inform the public of Mirboo Kaijth and district that she h33 taken ovgr the above premises, a ad trusts to merit a continuance of the Kberal support that hae always been accorded to this house. No expense has been spared in Pitting and Furnishing the nameroue apartments. Priviate Parlours. Public and Commereifii Dinin? Room. Only beet Brands of Ales, Spirits, and Wines kept in stock, Good Stabllnff. Attentive Groom Horses and Buggies for Hire at Moderate Rates. GLUB HOTEL, "COMMERCIAL HOUSE" ' - ■ T. BOLLARD, l*R01MllEfOf», HAYING- taken over the business...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 27 August 1914

The Rev. father Shearman, who gave the last Mission in the local. Roman .Cathojic" Church', died" at ISal larat on Saturday last, 0;-r o o We arc sorry to say Mrs Lynch, senr., of- Mprdan,. is at present in a critical state-of health. ' ■■'■■■■' o • o o The .Lord ;B.ishop of Gippsland will preach in.;St.Mary's Church at u, 2.30 and 7 on Sunday next, in celebra tion of the Sunday School Anniversary.-; He will also administer the -Rite of Confirmation.ijrSt.; Mary's • Church on Monday night "at "So'clock. " ' ■■■•• - \ : o o . o -., • "■ For ChildrenVIIacking Cough'at Night, «■' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,-1/6: - Ov V O ' O : Why .-send to •■•Melbourne for • your s'nits when you-can get suits at Stuart's, tailor, from £2 10s. - He has got Worsted Snitin'gs, Twills,Vicnna Twill Worsteds, Serges, Scotch and Irish Tweeds, P lire Australian Wool, Summer Tweeds. vSnits from: £2 lCs.—Adv.: ; ' - - o o ■ ; o . '7 r:; Mr Gray, until lately; engiiVfrerto the Woorayl Shire, has been appointed...

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The Gippslander. THURSDAY, AUG. 27 REASON IN POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 27 August 1914

T£be <5ipp0lant>er. THURSDAY, AUG. 27 REASON IN POLITICS. There js neither reason nor justice in the attitude taken up by some people when they can see nothing good or beneficial in the conduct of their political opponents, nor would there be any sanity: in a blind un reasoning acceptance of the views and practices of.any one individual or party ; yet we find in" the very midst of reasoning and', honorable' men, those who'are rea'dy 'to take up these intolerant and debasing ' iit^ titudes ; who are willing and eager to \virir the" jipplause of the mobi (which 'includes a yfist number, of honest, but unreasoning workers, as well as a host of strike formenters and union blood stickers) bj- accus ing th'eirr>pporients- of- every--shade of political ; idiocy and taking to themselves the credit for passing all humanitarian legislation'. Now 'we'must in justice begin by recognisingthat in all parties: and groups of men, ever since^th'e 'days of the Norse "Thing" or the Gi...

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Football. A SOCCOR MATCH. In Aid of the War Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 27 August 1914

Football.     A SOCCOR MATCH. In Aid of the War Fund. On Saturday last a soccer football match:was played on the Mirboo North ground. The match was the outcome of a proposal on the part of the immi- grants of the district for the purpose of raising some money to assist the War Fund. The teams represented Mirboo North and Mirboo South. The former team were practically all Coast Road immigrants, while the other team was made up with nearly all Mirboo North footballers. On account of most of the employers at Mirboo South refusing to allow their men the afternoon off, it looked for some time as if there would be no match. However, a team was made up of almost Australians, and they picked up the game so well that the British lads had not a look in. The final scores were Mirboo South, 4 goals ; Mirboo North, nil. " Scotty " Wakeley (who kicked 2 goals) was the best man on the ground. G. Coldicott (also 2 goals) played a nice game for the winners. Mart. Cain was a...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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The War. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 27 August 1914

The War. . Since the outbreak of the war, a large number of district men have volunteered for active service. A week ago Jas. Bellingham and Jas. Verdon received calls, II. Bryan and R. Williamson receiving one the fol lowing day. J. Stuart, O. Watkins, W. Stephenson, W. Stubbs, D. Mills . and F. Whitehead goc tired of wait ing to be called on, and yesterday journeyed to Melbourne for the pur pose ot' getting away if it is at all possible. Harry M'Kenzie. of Mir boo, has passed all (ests, and is ex pected to sail during the coming week. Jas. Kennedy has also passed. We wish our )ad3 every success on the battle field, and feel sure that if the opportunity occurs each one will render a good account of himself, and will return covered with glory and Victoria crosses. More than one ; of the locil lads have signified their intention of seeking an argument with the Kaiser. It will be good bye to the Kaiser if he eyer has the misfortune of getting within coo-ee of any of aiir boys. o o o A...

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MALAY SUPERSTITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

MALAY SUPERSTITIONS. A Malay child .has to be sturdy to ; survive the perils of his birth and j babyhood. Only an iron constitution could bear the balls of rice that are stuffed into his mouth or the cold bath which greets him immediately on his appearance in the world. But it is not that a llalay mother is indifferent to the physical welfare of her off spring. When her child falls ill no one could be more solicitous. The house and the village are ransacked to find the cause of the sickness. If it . is suspected to be in the interior of the house, the services of a native doc i tor are obtained. After concentrating 1 his thoughts upon the pit of his stomach for a time he will probably ■ call for "female cocoa-nut." Taking | then a knife of a peculiar shape, he mutters incantations in a forgotten tongue and proceeds to shave the nut. If the person who has bewitched the child is living in the house he will awake the next morning with a skull as bald as the cocoanut itself. Little Alic...

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IMPERIAL YOKOHAMA COCK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

IMPERIAL YOKOHAMA COCK. The Japanese regard these fowls as sacred, and they have carefully pre' served the history of the breeds from dates prior to 1000 A.D. The cocks are always adorned With what poul trymen of any other country would regard as abnormal tails and feath ers, and in exceptional -cases they moult tail feathers 10ft. long. Three specimens of feathers that have been preserved in the museum at Tokio measure from 13ft. to 15ft. in length, while the Imperial Austrian Museum possessed a cock that produced a fea ther 20ft. long. The hens have less showy plumage, but they are fair lay ers. The breed belongs to the Med iterranean classes, and is hardy. It is claimed that the Japanese have a secret method of causing the birds to produce these extreme tails. One theory is that they give a spe cial food, and-by carefully pulling the feathers from time to time the natur al moult is checked, and the quills in the feathers become elongated by several years' growth, and the fowl is ...

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CHAPTER XIX. After the Verdict. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

CHAPTER XIX. After the Verdict. Herepath staggered "back before tlie force of the cruel blow. In his heart of hearts he had never drea of anything quite so 'bad as this. He thought that perhaps he might have to wear glasses, would have to be care ful, that his reading would be restrict ed, but nothing more than that. He had hoped to get those precious drawings finished a bit at a time. If he carried out the commands of his doctor he would be compelled to spend every penny-he possessed. On his return to England he would have to begin the world all over again, . Hitherto he had felt so strong and self-reliant. _Now he had a curious feeling of weakness and utter depen dency. He would have to rely on strangers in future; he would have to trust his fortunes to those whom he could not even see. Slowly and gradually the blood crept back to his cheeks again, the roaring in his ears died away ■'I ska" bave to keep a dog," he said bitterly. "A dog the end of a string." "It won't 'he quite as ...

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THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. Published by arrangement with Ward. Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVIII. "The Sentence of the Court." [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. By FRED M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVIII. "The Sentence of the Court." We left Daniel Harley and Dr. Gil . ray engaged in a brisk battle of wits in the miser's study in that strange old house by the riverside. - After • Gilray's pointed allusion to the fact, that Harley had a daughter, and his thinly-veiled hint that she might be part of the price he should require for any risky business he was asked to undertake, the two men faced- each other for some time in silence. It was as though each was trying to read the other's thoughts. But both were ^wearing their usual inscru table 'business masks, and neither found any advantage accrue from that silent scrutiny. . "Go on," Harley croaked at last. "Go on, young man. You are here with some project in your mind." _ "I came because you sent for me, sir. I must ask you to remember that." "True, true!" Harley Imuttered. "Still...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

Chamberlain's Oliver Tablets CO&BECT DISORDERS of tlia STOXACH For Years He Worked in Wet Ground, Kidney 'Pains and cCerrible {Backache. Clements Tonic Cured This letter was written from Tubbul Station, Via Young, N.S.W., Aug., 15/11. Mr. Wiseman, the writer, strongly recommends all miners to use this medicine, because it is such a powerful nerve and blood purifier that it counteracts the ill-effects of underground confinement and bad air upou the system. After reading tliis letter, get Clements Tonic^and keep healthy :— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "As a miner for years I worked is wet ground, and now it it telling on me, for 1 suffer with my kidneys and backache and loss of appetite. "Doctors in Yonng told me I bad hydatids, and said an operation might be necessary. Their medicine did me no good. I resolved against it. I was so nsed up I conld not walk far, without a spell. 1 tried all medicines, and pills, ay life has been a mysery to me, until I tried Clements Tonic. The first a...

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A Great Corrective NOT A CURE-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

A Great Corrective NOT A.CURE-ALL. It is" not claimed that Dr. Morse's , • .Indian Root Pills are a cure-all, but_ as a Corrective of disorders of the . Blood, Stomach, Liver, and Kidneys, they ate unexcelled. They purify the Blood, cleanse the Stomach, and put" , life into the Liver, and stimulate ' the Kidneys to perform their pro : - i-sr functions, and will prevent many of'the ailments so common if taken occasionally, to- keep the system in ■ Proper working .order. In thousands , of homes Dr. Morse's Indian -Root Pills are the sole family remedy for all general <»mplaints. : Those who ; have never tried them will fln:l' neighbours, friends and relatives who can testify to , the .wonderful corrective influence of these Pills.' It is from the little irregularities of .. the-, system , that the common ail ments arise. Coming evils cast. - their shadows before them, and Na ture gives many indications of, the . approach of these complaints, which, if treated at once,-mays ...

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Death of Mrs. Lynch. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

Death of Mrs. Lynch. Thedeath took place on Tuesday mornin» of. Mrs Margaret Lynch, of Msrdau. • The deceased lad}' was well known locally, and was most highly respected; Being of a.jovial aud kindly disposition she had a ..very- large''circle of friends, who with sorrow and regret learned of her passing away. Mrs Lytich was born about 7-1 years ago at Kells, County .Mead, Ireland, and came, to this country 50 years ago. She ar rived at Mardan .some 15 years or. more ago with her husband, who pre-deceased her by six years. The deceased lady leaves a grown-up. family ■of five, to mourn h^r loss Mrs W. Waide, Misses Rose and Margaret Lynch, and Messrs Patrick and James Lynch—to whom 'deep sympathy is felt lor in their sad ber eavement. The immediate cause of death was an attack of asthma, to which complaint the deceased was subject. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon, a large number of friends following the remains.to their last resting place, in the Mirboo .North Cemetery. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

^Lacerated by Broken Glass. Ugly, Throbbing Wounds Perfectly - Healed by^Zam-Buk. Through.the bursting of an aerat ed water bottle," writes Mr A. K. Palmer, of Murray Street, Perth, "my hand was lacerated with broken glass in a shocking manner. I was at work filling, when the gas'explod ed the bottle in my hand, and smashed it to pieces. One jagged piece of glass, keen as a razor, was forced deep into the palm, whilst round about the balm of the thumb was fearfully gashed. "Fortunately, the main arteries., were missed, but as it was, I wai overcome by.faintness through loss of blood. I. thought the hand ought have stitches put in it, but there was 110 surgeon to be had at the time, to I got the best, healer that 'I.'knew— Zam-Buk. "First I had the jagged flesh tho roughly cleansed and after drawing the edges of the wounds carefully together I gave them a liberal dres sing of Zam-Buk. This splendid balm quickly soothed and ended the dreadful throbbing pain and' every time that I loos...

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Federal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

Federal Elections. Electors are reminded that polling takes place on Saturday next. Every voter should make a special effort to record his or her vote. For the Senate election six candidates must be voted for. No names must be struck ■ out, the voter having to put a cross along side the candidates they desire to be elected. . Xn'the House of Representa tives there are two candidates—Messrs J. Bennett (Liberal) and 'G. Wise (Independent) Electors must put a. cross against, the one they desire to vote for. -S. 0. Gratton, Mirboo North

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

MADE A NEW MAN OF ME. "For some time I suffered with liver attacks and biliousness," saya Mr I. H. Mathieson, Constable, Haveloclc, N.Z. "At timcsj I would be quite dizzy, would hardly know how to walk down the street. Brownlee & Co., advised me to try Chamberlain's Tablets, which X did. Previously I had tried neatly everything and can honestly say that Cham berlain's Tablets were the only medicine that did me any good and they have made a new man of me." Sold by Uuckland Bros. For Bronchial Coughs, 'a''e Woods' Great Pep_ erJiint Cure, 1/6, ——: t-. : ; r | When About To Build Consult | J. W. PEESCOTT, General CONTRACTOR, PAINTER, &c. The Services of .First-Class Tradesmen Available. . 5 Work Carried Out Expediously and Well at Lowest Rates. I Supply All Material for Building. Purposes. .Plans and Specifications Drawn Out. You can Save Time and Money by giving a Trial to a man with 20 years'. Experience in th; Building Trade. Estimates Free. Letters Promptly Attended...

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Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

Billiards. Last night a team of Mirboo Isorth Mechanics' billiard players journeyed to Mirboo, and played the return match with that team. A most "enjoyable evening was put-in at the Belle Vue Hotel. Victory again rested with Mir boo North, they totalling 497 to 404." The teams were treated to refreshments at the conclusion of the match, and all speak highly of the treatment accorded them. '-The games resulted: — Mirboo North Mirboo II. Verdon 150 beat J. M'AuIiffe by 9 J. Green 100 beat J. Barfobfc" by 38 A. Price 100 beat XV. Wakeley by 27 L. Lyons 75 beat J.~L'e Blanc by 22 "W. Pickering lost by 3 to A. Walker (75)

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Football Association [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 3 September 1914

Football Association A meeting oE delegates of the Mom-ell and District" Football Association was lield at the Cricketers-Arms Hotel oa Tuesday morning. Present—Messrs O'Hara (president), Mackey, Robinson, Gratton, and Hoyle. Secretary reported that Yinnar had >von the (inn 1 match, and there were no protests.—On motion of Messrs Hoyle and Gratton, Yinnar Football Club was declared the Premier Club of the season. Secretary read a statement of receipts and expenditure for the semi-final and final matches, showing a profit of £46/18. The statement as read was received, and adopted. Mr Hoyle considered the cr. balancc very satisfactory. Next year he would like to see two officially-appointed gate keepers, just as a matter of business. ' He meant no reflection in any way upon the gentleman who acted this year. ! In the balance sheet appeared an item of_£l, being amount received from Mor | well Football Club as admission fees for the Walhalla Football Club visitors. | Mr Gratton thoug...

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