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WILLIAMSTOWN DOCKYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

WILLIAMSTOVVX\ DOCKYARDS: It Is seared that the \vllllainstown dockyards will be tllrown idle over the aitterenclls between the boilermakers .illd shiplwrighlts' unlions regaraing the .lcstion of tae employment of alipren tices.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUAKER PREJUDICES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

Q UAKEiR PREJuUDICES. Mr. Cook told a ueputatlon trom the -Society of 1Friends, woo asked for ex c:niption_ from iniuxtary training,, thlat 0ne only course ror' tein to take was. ,o change puOlic opinion. The plat corms were aiways openf to: tnemin- .

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

6PORTING NOTES Bruthen race entries close to-day. Mir. W. bott tooe, a shooting party ,i his motor-boat round Lakes Vit toria and Wvellington last week; and 1i. tignt ,Days got 12SS ducks, ~nalphi Mortinmer, who rode Teddy dear at the sports yesterday, was tnrown,, and received considerable us ulses. The Oxford rowing eight had its ilist outing on .'onday at Putney, in connection with the annual race this year, which will be held on lMarch 2S: .ur. Beautort Burdekin, of Sydney, ,I"o was originally chosen as a spare ?lui in the uxtord crews has now beet ,ivein a place in the eight. 'ilic riecnds of Alr. James Wilson, the veteran racehorse owner, will re gr'?t to near that on Wednesday he was sudaeiily seized with an attack of illness. So serious were the synip tunis that \ir. -James" Wilson, jun., lwhio was at MOonee Valley, was tele graphed for, and lie left the course to return to Geelong at once. Mr. James \\hilson, who has been honorably iden tinced with the Australian turl, as a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

PRODUCE .MAIRKET. Wheat, lirm,. 3/, prompt, 3/91, ex .tore; oats, nullinug 1/11 , eiced 1/iO ; lialze, 3/11; oarity, inaltltin Chevaller ; 6i, Cape /i/; cnaft, to tio/6; hay,- to lut0/.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANDAU FOR THE PARISH POOR [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

LANDAU FOR TilE: PARISH POOR Canon J. F. W. Drury, Canon of Mtanchester Cathedral, and priest-in charge of St. Paul's. Strlnes. near Mar pie, has purchased a grey mare and landau for the benefit of the poor peo ple of the parish (says "The Westmin ster Gazette.") He has named the mare "Unsectarian." and says it is for the use of all the people of the parish. without regard to sect. In an imagin ary conversation with the mare which the Canon has published, lie says it will ho used to convey poor or lame ,peolle about the place, and to carry the intirm to social gatherings they could not otherwise attend. Nothing of the Kikuyu spirit here. nt forthcoming from the eGrman Go vernment. This statement has been made on the authority of Its Sydney agent, who, in the course of an inter ,v.'.w, also added that the Far Eastern -crvices would be continued without any paIl.yment. Negotiations were being carried on between the company and the Imperial Government in connection ".-th the renewal of...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIRELESS ROMANCE PROPOSAL BY MARCONIGRAM [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

WIRELESS ROMANCE PROPOSAL BY MARCONIGRAM A boy and girl romance, which was thought to have ended ten years ago through a proposal being lost in the post, now promises to end happily after all, so it is reported (says the New York correspondent of "The Daily News and Leader" on Decem ber 30), following the arrival here from Europe of Mrs Frances Tomp son, a Scottish widow. - It was the use of wireless telegraphy that repaired the error of the old fashioned mail system, for during her passage across the Atlantic Mrs Tomp son received by Marconigram a pro posal of marriage from an old suitor. Mr F. Macintyre, who is now living at Superior. Wisconsin. Mrs Tompson and 'Mr Macintyre were boy and girl lovers in Scotland, both being residents of Leith. and the latter went to America to make his fortune. Ten years ago he wrote pro posing marriage, but the letter was evidently lost in the post, for Mrs Tompson did not receive it. Hearing nothing from her old sweetheart, Mrs Tompson married, b...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RETURN OF DAVY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

TH1E RETURN OF DAVY (By Archie Gilkison in "The Glas gow Weekly Herald.") When Davy returned from abroad, after an absence of sonle fifteen years, he had great difficulty in locating the whereabouts of his one and only rela tive, his brother Andrew; but, dogged and painstaking inquiry won the day, and Davy learned, through a source which he least expected of being of any value, that his brother Andrew resided at Mossvale Villa, Swankhill road, W. To this address Davy ac cordingly bent his steps one evening, his big deep chest tingling with a vari ety of. emotions. "My word," he muttered, as his eye fell Upon Mossvale Villa, standing in all its jerry built majesty in its own grounds, "my word, If this is Aundra's hoose he's gettin' on in the world. But it's inconceivable. "This'll be wan o' thae boardin'-hooses, and I'll wager Aundra's only wan o' the lodgers." In response to his ring - the brass bell-pull had such an immaculate polish that he was almost afraid to touch it the door w...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIRL OF MANY TONGUES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

GIRL OF {4NY TON QL7 her 11J:an at th CL ^-'' - C =C, s e: actecs RF e- iFer -te. -te ac Lc don H _-p'-= St 1fazp~ E7L~--r C--- f 3·-j N.-1s--toad Th' - At the T a.QndE~ -oeta c- C7=^, ^ - Day heir L-. e.ce~ wrae r qtL- i. t_,,e case o: a little P'el z ; . - !y fLl L° hc"! tL.-I.3F Teresac cme tco this e.. Wr-t h as a - :asL<-. ----- "- _ - - _ _ was as ±n re:: Cry',-~ C = _ e_ _ .Y~: Pclcco Ccc~. -,Ea 7 r~z _ _tzd. t - _ _ z---2;. '' ? _" n- the tt G~~~ c: "i".: vý+. ..Jto--l .S cs th , : the E '- h ^~~ 7he Z~~y; C ~e-r~c ~ sa-ri t)tc·- M SI~ we ·

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALTH OF THE CHILD LESSON FROM NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

HElALTll OF T111 CHID LESSON F.ROM -E Z.A _D (By Frs. .A ~s: n"al NeumadLedr "Zine-? ?-.e m.'.:z ! -?:.-,?- :hin-z "o a~ "dere "?= E-::.x-2 t?_c:e _?he ¢?- S A. to =- a - . : a = .::?e - tr- 3 ??i- p--- : e=ph -:-. .-: h ius e-d [s e e h. T:C.:. ishe ht.all [n "; g.-bt . the -.:< .-.Z c f :he h:_?-i.::_ .ri l th r÷ c i ? :---- : '---: - :_: : ¢ 5" he----- a-.-: ---:e ? -.e: -s y.? - Ltd de:.-eb- s:. Tie--.e-?i< : th..e: --re ..? ? : . : -? . e .. -_,¢-k?r _--.··n'?;F a-if :., .-T-- -s._iI-- 5e-h: Z-Z 70; ·= - ss. - " : -h- h- . = -: =-i-'. -?e.{ ·2= :he -. ..--;'" d e -mI :2f Ite -. h - th -?i.' 11 h. s o -ed t-;:.-k i?u.- -s heh y t -p.-d s h.i s" t 0.. .,_ ..?" - _.1. - x-? ---i--- -_t_? -h : ?- _- --': re :hm: ?. te -::: h?-cf.?2e :7-'? --_?. --- .= :< .-.: h--: t- i =_:i-' r.:-?. The-- Ef:.'t-=,fe~--.m_?. ;i? ,ifl rh_= =-CZ h?_s. -_. fs-cm ·r-._-. ?:?-<÷ Si-e-. 1· f< e -fet? "'-= = -Zfz ·I:.?s 3i ?::h? an- ?- --_[n:" hs - RU...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NEW WAY WITH WORTHLESS HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

A NEW WAY WITH WORTHLt-S HUSBANDS, Husbands have to be very careful now in the American State of Win conain. Lots of thenm are working just now on farms for wages collected by offi cale and handed over to their wives. A new work law in the State, which has a population of about two mil lions, gives greatly increased power to the wives of men who are In clined to neglect their duties. For in stance, a man who drinks too much is charged with ''disorderly conduct," and the magistrate sentences him to three months' hard labour. The man may perform the "labour" at his or dinary employment, but overy penny of his wages is handed by the employ er to his wife. Or a man brought up on a charge of non-support or desertion may be sentenced to one or two years at hard labour. The sheriff of the county has then to find the man a job, and to turn over his earnings each week to his wife and children. If the man is a tramp, or has no one dependent on him, the State gets the benefit of his work. If a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CARNIVAL IN SLUMS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

CARNIVAL IN SLUMS True to tradition (sys"T Pait. Ne'rs and Lcdr f2) lleas'*tre a? o xtaini P . 't'hiere ie erem enorotus etfob matches and in tho (',,,,ring the day, and packed Mouses it tl r theatre., and riot ire pa:laver t 1ii-i.t. I'artictlarlý ;ay \N ire tir . a 'ý * .+ i n Sothndn Lodni the T1ango atad the lt'r-"._l wrca t lre sulpreitte. There was a aiu !ro t'ttiran i aboutt the nmnuor 1tars I a 'ill of C these v-ehicles hanh l".a~ ep-n Tall c- r tered for at tril mendt' t-ar n, itnt n~asrera-bch- re'"t ' a1.ert -' r- .Ibh fest iv.' spirits wsh'----' id,--nift t i ecoaheti blc.hindli l . a ia~ tttu fac dress. .. itotateh hci t Wi -1clc ~ Ittats t tcct,ttcahl c-h-c' t~ct-- is ;. ii lthottth la tta'nh ~a1 it a -hr, A . ; .1 ' peartl' t't thtr!I t a raclia. ht-;. --- t still II.0,it? Io l~ii)1. ,tiit I s ' t ', c-ic-c till'N Wool wich AI- twnat gt''n:tt, a hutchis also in North, L~oudon.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WORKER'S FESTERED HAND. NO BETTER AFTER OPERATION. OBSTINATE SORE YIELDS TO ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

A WORKER'S FESTERED HAND. NO BETTER AFTER OPERATION. OBSTINATE SORE YIELDS TO ZAM-BUK. Mr. M. Truscott, of 92 Wittenoon street, Boulder, W.A., suffered severe ly from a nasty festering more, which spread all over the back of his hand. Until he came to use Zam-Buk the hand showed no sign of healing. "''My husband,'" said Mrs. Trus cott, "one day knocked the back of his hand and got a small wound. Thinking the injury was but a trifling one, he took no notice of it, with the result that, within a day or two it broke out into a nasty running sore. This gradually began to spread all over the back of the hand, and it be came extremely inflamed and pain ful. "'In spite of the many different preparations we used, the inflamna tion appeared to get worse every day, and the sore never showed any sign of healing. A doctor was consulted, but as the ointment prescribed was used without effect, he decided to op erate on the hand, and scraped it. But this also proved ineffective. The nasty sore was...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

ASSURAlGCE 0. LTD. ESTD. 178S FIRE ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS- LIABILITY. .OSSES PAID EXEED £B5io m tseao 1:-r E:S F 3 a"Z _, ui: -n1R9 AGENTS W-ANTED. _- 461 -: 471 BOURKE ST., SELsOU z. DAI.C TT A .O. L D.. 4C-T11 THACI EFnA - LEATH 1. ý ý_ _ý _- _ -_ __ _ __ - LO ha -- -' -- . _ TO NE', T =5.'~=:ET~Z SECOND-HAND TYPE CASES For Sale, Cheap COUNTR' PRESS CC-OFERATIVE CO. LTD. T~R EXCjL~EANG~. T,\" his latest :,ýicc .ýCnL Y ibei his c ie vs'gT c-°_ -:e=L T-rs= I. S~ rere~ce to the s Zxe Sc. eh wt-'Cl. e: 'Gc" psid t '.Gat tt gt "..c4 re whe e :-- G = ZaC hazer w e -s wo t :oa d.; --_ .:- _ . POULTRY FOB EXPORT ce 0u by ti;.'e we egbz Cates i+ ns :t' rnmml-S:oc a-. rr-'raz CsnreeJ cckr & tr:-'. _; I. O': DAVID KYLAND & SONS. -eme cc:5-=._ l"_ G := do::e. -3 ht-2=lba ;i ý;y-_.tý. _ _; - -e v(-zt h SORRE!TO. S e d Tour Ec::-f8ý eav- e Oe:0 Ocan Th.~ co-tc-, r-- r -~ BACX BLACI PA.-AC Mod!ers a T-ir _? 1t I I CLOSER SETTLEMENT FARM ALLOTMENTS kpplicatjon is invited for Farming ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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EASTERN PORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

EASTERN PORTS. Our Melbourne correspondent writes:-According to newspaper para graphs, the State Government, in its eager decentralisation fervour, is about to spend money inl making a port for krastern Gplpsland at ciabo Island. Maallcoota inlet it has been decided to leave alone, since as a shipping port it is impossible, though as a nshing ground and picturesque beauty spot it mnould be a valuauie atswt to Vic toria. The funny toing about this new outer port scheme is that not only is there no port at Gabo island, but uat present there is no necessity [or a port. Just round the corner, so to speak, there is one of the rinest ports ii Australla, Twofold Bay, and if \ictoria and New South Wales could only tllrough their GUovernments exercise a little common sense, and agree to conlslder iTwotold Bay a dis trict port, irrespective of what State it is in, the pos0ibilities of the back country might bc exploitcd. Tile pro posed Unbo Island port \,ill not only be costly, even if it is ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SKUNK [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

ItBE ~r~6 C4 -~-----· V--··- nf ~--e ~r .---~s ---~li ·1~- fl f~ s~ t is ~ aKtZ;t -C b~ f·: r~ ---11--- "- ;~ --~---r 1~;; ; "'~"~ ii II ~-.--;I.~_-··~ ·.-_'ri· ;:-r~~i- f-~·::t~r f·_·l~~ ci.. .t -·i- e . hte !lad tew _ =~'dI- VS '

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOLDIER'S [?]6th CHRISTMAS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

~~U~:ER~ r~-Srh CHPJ~I~IlS L-L- ·hi;. ":' -s L11. _~rrr I ~_-- .1; ----- 1_ --Sd --~ -.-- --; .-:r- _CI-I~`3 - -...- .- -. .1.. -;--

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY NOT, INDEED ? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

WHY NOT, INDEED? Our Sydney correspondent writes: During a debate in the Assembly a Government supporter blurted out that tne current session would be four years, instead of the three years which is the limit under the triennial sys tem. And why not? If members can vote tnemselves an extra "tu a year, Swithout referring the matter to their employers, the long-surering public, why cannot they similarly extend the term during which they will enjoy tile increment? -Why not make it ten years while they are about it? They must be astonished -at their own moderation if they are going to be content with only a paltry twelvemonth. \\hietier the electors, took matters of this kind into consideration last December is more: than doubtful. But what mat ter? The greater the danger or being snubbed -when they go back for re election,- the more urgent it becomes to make the most of the present op portunity. A bill to amend the Consti tution Act has not yet been announe _ed; but, by members who occ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHECKING IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

CHECKING IMMIGRATION. , e. :::s a and as - t ;: w. ."f.. , fu :.. e me-: : rn t-e%-t C :: At ,1i L: " in ten d - : - ::ig ri- , f ts A tr -ita e seri tme G I,.Lt5 * ? 'S -'OiC( :l:.;. It is noted with some interest that nothing lends itself to obstructionism so read ily as the pretext of solicitude for the public health. We enact free trade be tween the states, and throw up our hats in celebration of a "great moral victory; " but regulations tor the me dical inspection of stock-and some Limes of passengers-crossing the several borders are speedily initiat ed, and it is once more the turn of the restrictionists to exult in victory. So, when it is desired to kill immigra tion byl a side wind, nothing serves the purpose quite so satisfactorily as numerous and repeated medical exam Inations of intending passengers. But the public nealth is not improved an iota oy suclh two-faced precautious.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

DON'T WAIT TILL TO-MORROW. It's little colds that grow int'j big colds, that end iii consumption anu death. Don't wait till to-morrow to treat the little colds, for one dose of Dr. u.Leldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds will break up a cold If taken at the beginning. Dr. Shel don z New Discovery is a safe and a never-failing remedy. Price, 1/6 and /. Obtainable everywhere. BARKED YOUR SHINS? W'ell, try Dr. Sheldon s Magnetio Liniment. It will take away all the pain and stilfness, and you will for get all about it. Price, 1/6 and y/. Obtainable everywhere. A RELIABLE REMEDY, Rexona is a reliable remedy for all eruptions and irritations or the skin, ec-zema, pimples, sores, chilblains, chl?pied hands, sciatca, itching or bleeuing piles, cuts, burns, bruises, scalds, bad legs, stings of insects, and all kinds of InnamLniation. H1exoina is * ld only in triangular pots at 1/6 and 2/. Obtainable at W. D. Leslie and Co. s. K..i'EY TROUBLES MIADE LIFE A BURDEN. For a great many years...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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MR. FISHER AND THE MIDDLEMAN. ("Argus," March 9). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 March 1914

MR. FISHER AND THE MIDDLE MAN. ('"Argus, " March 9). i1r. Fisher treats public questions in the same spacious and indefinite manner in which he deals with tinance, and therefore many of his statements are not to be taken too literally. He only sees his audience, never the ef tect of his schemes. Thus when he said at Ringwood on Friday evening, • "Middlemen are not necessary, and it is the business of tie country to say whether people of this kind should be displaced or not,'" it can scarcely be supposed that ho intends when his party regains poter to dispense with all middlemen. There are in Australia about 300,000 persons who may be classed as middlemen; that is to say, they are buyers and sellers. They range Irom the merchant who buys and sells wheat, and whose existence 1Mr. Fish er politely deprecates, to the coster mnonger who buys and sells bottles whom, doubtless, Mr. Fisher benevol ently approves. All such traders, whe ther they buy, sell, convey, or store commoedities, are ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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