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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
Narracan Shire Council. NORTH RIDING ELECTION. TO THE RATEPAYERS. TADIES and GENTLEMEN,— I wish to tender you my hearty thanks for again returning me as one of your representatives for the above riding. The overwhelming majority ac corded me is sufficient proof that my work during the past twelve months has met with your approval. My aim in the future, as in the past, will be to safeguard your in terests, and prove by my actions that your flattering testimony of confidence has not been misplaced. Thanking you, Ladies & Gentlemen, I remain, Yours faithfully, W. J. SAVAGE. u Glen Lea," 1/9/14.'. * - J. PRUDEN, Butcher, MOE. First-Class Quality of Beef and Mutton at Reasonable Rates Sausages and Small Goods Fresh Daily. Chilled Beef Always on Hand. A TRIAL SOLICITED mqe TRAFALGAR)- . ^p A^>.) Land •Finance - Insurance-AcenW AGENT for— Massey-Harris Co. Lister Separator. Langwill Bros, and Davies. Welch, Perrin & Co. Law, Somner & Co. (Seed Mer chants). Artifi...
Frenchman Outwits Kaiser. GERMAN YACHT CHRISTENED WITH FRENCH WINE. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
Frenchman Outwits Kaiser. GERMAN YACHT CHRISTENED WITH FRENCH WINE. M. Valle, formerly Minister for Jus tice, told in the French courts last month' an incident, relating how a Frenchman had completely outwitted the Emperor of Germany. He was giving- instances of the astuteness in advertising of M. Kessler, described as the "champagne king," and former ly, a representative for the big French wine firm of Moet and Chandon. Proceeding, M. Valle recalled that when Prince Henry of Prussia went to the United States for the christen ing of the Kaiser's American yacht, Meteor, the Kaiser wished Miss Alice Roosevelt to perform the ceremony with a bottle of "German champagne." Preparations were made according ly, but when the ceremony had been performed it was discovered that a bottle of Moet and Chandon had been employed. M. Kessier had procured the sub-' stitution, and the Kaiser's yacht was thus christened ' witfr" French cham pagne. . He may find the Jncident an, illp omen, in the current...
MOTORS IN THE WAR. THEIR VALUE AS TRANSPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
MOTORS IN THE WAR. THEIR VALUE AS TRANSPORTS. The value of motor transportation will be tested to the utmost during the present European struggle. Motor cars, commercial and passenger, will be taken over in hundreds of thous ands by the military authorities throughout England, France, Germany, Russia and the various countries em broiled in the present trouble. In Germany the military authorities have 120 automobile road-trains, which will be of immense value for transport pur poses, as they can each carry about 160 tons of merchandise, and aver age from six to ten miles an hour. In addition to that she has the call on some 850 subsidised motor lorries. In England-and France the same provi sion has been made, thousands of com mercial vehicles being subsidised by the respective governments for use in time of'war. Needless to say, they will all now • be requisitionised in ad dition; to hundreds of thousands of privately-owned passenger vehicles. It is interesting to note that England h...
NAVAL TACTICS. THE SUBMARINE FACTOR. REVOLUTIONARY THEORIES. AUSTRALIA AND MARAUDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
NAVAL TACTICS. THE. SUBMARINE FACTOR. REVOLUTIONARY THEORIES. AUSTRALIA AND MARAUDERS. Sudden. battle between - the great navies of Europe ac centuates again the doubt concerning the utility of the new scientific naval weapons, particularly that of the sub marine. Several of the leaders of the scientific school of naval warfare are confident that the submarines will sweep the seas, and their revolution ary theories'may be proved within the next few days. A typical pro-submarine forecast is that of Mr. Arnold White. "In advo cating the building of aircraft and sub marines," he said in the recent "Times" controversy, "Sir Percy Scott reasons that the battleship can no long er perform the function for which she is built, because she can be destroyed in harbor, and cannot leave harbor for fear of destruction by submarines. If we were at war to-morrow with a Power that (1) is in striking distance of submarines, and (2) has sub marines, naval experts must tell us whether our battleships w...
Marriage in "Death House." SHORTLY BEFORE EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
Marriage in "Death House." SHORTLY BEFORE EXECUTION. Only a few hours before meeting his death in the electric chair, Ra fael Longo, an Italian, was married in the "death house" at the penitenti ary at Trenton, New Jersey. He had lived with, his bride for some' years, and both had always believed them selves to be married; but it was dis covered at the last moment by the priest who attended the condemned man that their union was not legal according to the laws of the State of New Jersey. In order that his wife might inherit such property as Longo left, the marriage ceremony was de cided upon, and the couple, with the bars between them, joined hands while the priest read the marriage service over them, and pronounced them man and wife. The "death house" is the chamber upon which the condemned cells open, and-.- which leads immedia ately to the room containing the-elec tric chair. Here the couple plighted their vows in the presence of their three children and of the chief warder and h...
DR. FITCHETT ON THE WAR [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
DR. FITCHETT ON THE WAR No one knows the battlegrounds of Europe better than Dr Fitchett, the author of " How England Saved Europe," etc., etc., and his summary in " Life" for September of the events of the present calamitous outbreak among the nations is deeply interesting and instructive. Taking the Austrian attack upon Servia as the starting point, he emphasises the folly of the aged Austrian' Emperor in forcing Austria's quarrel with Servia and kindling among the great nations so gigantic a con flagration. " But behind the personal causes of the war stand the two dim vast shapes of a Pan-Slav League and a Pan-German League," writes Dr Fitchett. " This is the real cause of the conflict, the inexpiable feud betwixt Slav and Teuton." Maps and diagrams add to the interest of this summary, and a power, ful cartoon by Nuttall lends force to it." " Life" is devoting a portion of its space to a. diaiy of the war, and announces this as the first of a number of war issues. Had it not been...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs McPhail Bros. & Co. report under dates of 26th and 27th August: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs McPhail Bros. & Co. report under dates of 26th and 27th August:— 1,600 yarded for the week. Stores.—Prices for this class were equal to late ruling rates. Pork.—A fair supply, but the quality was not up to recent yardings. Demand was keen for all good sorts, and prices were firmer, small and light making 30s to 34s ; prime light, 36s to 40s ; medium and good, 42s to 46s ; heavy stuff, 47s to 50s. Bacon.—A moderate supply, and prices for prime quality pigs were fully equal to former values, other sorts (in cluding unfinished pigs) easier. Small and light, 54s to 60s ; prime heavy, 65s to 75s; choice farmers' lois 78s to 83s; extra choice to 94s. Our prices were again top rates, as the following prices will show:—W. A. Cox, Hillside, 93s ; J. Halvy, Neerim, 93s; and two very prime lots of Mr T. Donnellan's, from Cruikston, via Poowong, at 96s ; and Mr J. Wilkinson's, from Neerim North, at 97s, being absolutely the top rates of the whole market. Bac...
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. Presbyterian Church services :—. Sunday Dexfc—Moe 11, Ynrragon 3, Trafalgar 7.30, Rev. C. Robertson. Methodist Church.—Trafalgar 11, Trafalgar South 3, Moe 7, Rev. Mitchell; Trafalgar 7, Mr Harris; Thorpdale 7, Mr Walker ; Childers 3, Mr Akers; Narracan 3, Mr Caunter. Church of England.—Hill End 11, Tangil South 2.30, Moe 7, Rev. G. W. Blanchard. Moe 11, Trafalgar 7, Mr A. J. Fisber. Trafalgar 1J, Yar ragon 7, Student.
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. report under date of 27th ult: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
j MELBOURNE PRODUCE | MARKET^ The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. report under date of 27th ult:— Butter.—Production is growing, and a small surplus was shipped this week to London. Values receded to 11-|d to Is for choicest, choice selling at ll£d, seconds lid, dairy and separators 10d to 10^d. Cheese.—Receipts about equal to re quirements. New loaf 7£d to 7|d, mediums £d less. There is no semi- ( matured about, and matured is selling at lOd to 10£d, excepting white matured, which is going at 9d to 9^d. Eggs.—Quantities are heavy, and the market remains at 9^d, except a few specials occasionally higher; duck eggs lOd. Bacon.—Firm market, light sides realising lOd to 10^d; medium weights, 9^d ; heavies, S£d; middles, lid; jackets, 9^d ; hams, 10d to Is. Lard.—Bulk 7|d, packets 7fd.
THE RAINFALL. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
THE RAINFALL. 1914. January ... - ... 310 February ... ... 8 | March ... ... 168 April ... ... 229 May ... ... ... 388 June' ... .v. 172 July ... ... 764 j AUGUST. | 6th... , ..; ... 5 12th ... - ..... . 20 13th... ... 9 18th ... ... 6 15 th ... - ... 12 28th ... ... 22 | 31st ... ■' ... 40 Total .... • ...114 SEPTEMBER. 1st ... ... 15
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
Didn't Think It Possible.—" I didn't think it possible that such a wonderful medicine as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy could be purchased at such a low price," says Mr J. Burgis, Stanley, Vic. "I was attacked with severe pains in the chest, with difficult breathing, but nothing I took relieved the cold. Having Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in stock, I thought I would give it a trial, and got relief at once. I give it to my children, and think so highly of it that 1 would not be without a bottle on hand." Sold by all storekeepers and chemists.*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
Rheumatism.—" I had rheumatism and suffered so much that I could not i sleep," says Mr B. Rowe, Cornwall, Tas.' " After three years of suffering, a friend recommended me to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and before using half a bottle I was wonderfully relieved. Two bottles removed all pains, and now I am quite myself again." Sold by all store keepers and chemists.9 Are you a regular Subscriber to "The Advocate"? If not, why not ? The news of the district to be had at a cost of 2s 6d per quar ter (2s in advance). Blip- Book right straight away !
Previous Years. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 2 September 1914
Previous Years. Fob Puiu'oses of Comparison. The following table (kindly supplied by the local postmaster) will prove interesting to readers: 1908.1908. 1910.1911, 1912. 1913. Jan. 129 289 221 2S1 137 51 Feb. 40 167 102 300 123 125 March 152 145 137 -512 109 093 April 39 399 114 194 255 232 May 250 237 2-11 497 202 486 June 551 627 190 734 334 249 July 285 362 249 394 279 322 Aug. 317 678 242 164 195 415 Sept. 363 378 476 326 662 221 Oct. 296 267 487 269 221 431 Nov. 152 15S 346 S2 350 644 Dec. 35 337 640 626 307 181 2609 4044 3445 4373 3174 4050 No. of days on which rain fell— 121 ISO 167 177 161 139
THE MARVELLOUS MARROW THE "GUADA BEAN'S" RIVAL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 September 1914
THE MARVELLOUS MARROW THE " GUADA BEAN'S" RIVAL. TO THE EDITOE. Sir,—Ever on the " qui vive" for plants that will prove useful and profit able for our people, and the country^ generally, I have succeeded in procuring the above novel and prolific vegetable, and it can be more easily cultivated over a wider range of country than the famou9 " Guada Bean," which, although a tropi cal plant, has now been grown success fully throughout the Commonwealth, and in several districts has obtained the al most incredible length of 5ft. Gin. The climbing vegetable marrow is a rapid grower, the vines reaching the length of 10ft. to 13ft. and they should be trained on a fence or trellis. Within a few months from the time of planting the vegetables hang down to the enormous length of 4ft and 5ft., and present a pleasant and surprising spectacle. When young they provide an excellent dish, and may be cooked in various ways. The flavour is excellent, and no peeling is required as the rind is very tender...
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET Messrs Adamson, Strettle & Co. report under date of 4th inst.: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 September 1914
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET + Messrs Adamson, Strettle & Co. re port under date of 4th inst. :— 960 yarded. A short supply of milkers. The yarding consisted of very indifferent quality. There was no alter ation in the price of good cows. H. L. Morgan £9 10s, three for McMahon to £9 10s, and for Messrs George, Bolton, Cooney, Rogers, Miskio, Sharp and Robertson, Burns and others from £4 3 7s 6d to £7 10s. Springers.—The yarding in this clsss was of very in different quality. Best cows £6 10s to £7 10?, others from £5 upwards. | Heifers £4 5s to £5 5s. A good de mand for all classes of' cattle suitable for the trade. Fat cows £9 to £11, beefy cows, £6 15s to £7 15s, fleshy cows from £3 15s to £4 15s, old cows from 21s. A few lines of well-bred bullocks and young steers were yarded. A fair number of graziers were present, but they operated cautiously. A few lines of to 4-year-old Shorthorn bullocks made from £4 2s to £4 12s, 2^-yearolds from £2 15s to £3 17s fid. 18 months to 2-year...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. report under date of 3rd inst: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 September 1914
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. * The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. report under date of 3rd inst:— Butter.—Production is growing slightly, but just sufficient quanti ties are being regulated for local and interstate sales. The market was firm at llfd to Is for choicest, 11 Jd for choice; good to prime, lid to ll^d ; seconds, lid ; dairy and separators, 10£d to lid. Cheese.—No alteration to report, 7^d and 7|d being secured for new loaf, mediums £d less; semi-matured nominally quoted at 8£d to 9d; matured, lOd to lO^d. - Eggs.—There has been a good demand this week, and the market firmed to 10d. Bacon.—Light sides are readily selling at lOd to 10£d; medium weights, 9£d ; heavies, &£d ; middles," lid ; jackets, 9d. Hams lOd to Is. Lard.—Bulk, 7£d ; packets, 7fd.
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs McPhail Bros. & Co. report under dates of 2nd and 3rd September: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 September 1914
[ MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. I • Messrs McPhail Bros. & Co. report under dates of 2nd and 3rd September:— Stores.—Not many penned, and prices practically the same. Porkers.—A fair yarding of this class and values slightly easier. Small and light, 29s to 33s ; prime light, 35s to 39s; medium and good, 41s to 45s; heavy, 46s to 50s. Bacon.—Light supply, with a better demand, and prices firmer. Small and light, 54s to 61s ; prime heavy, 65s to 75s; choice farmers lots, 78-! to 83s ; a few odd extra choice to 95a. The following were our top pricesJ. Edes, Spring dale, 97?, absolutely top of whole sale ; R. G. Gardiner, Yannathan, 96s 6d ; Ellis Bros., Loch, 96s 6d ; J. Carson, Yannathan, 96s 6d; D. Denney, Yannathan, 94s; Jas. Clyne, Newry, 92s 6d. Backfatters.—Supply light, most ly mediurfi quality, with demand not so brisk. Best, £6 5s to £7 17s 6d (our best, and top of market),: on behalf of "Messrs E. and J. Nolan, Mansfield. Prime weighty, £4 10s to £5 10s ; others froua 60s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 September 1914
My Mothbb Used It.—" When only four months old our little baby, Frank, was attacked with a terrible croupy cold," says Mrs C. J. Smith, Mootwin gee Station, Euriowie, N.S.W. '■ My mother having used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for me, when I was a child, I at once gave it to my baby, and he got immediate relief. I have adopted it as our family Cough Remedy; it has never failed me once. I trust people living in the back country, as we do, will benefit by onr experience, and always keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in their homes." Sold by all storekeepers and chemists.*