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Mirboo Shire Council. Engineer's. Report. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

Mirboo Shire Council. Engineer's. Report. I have completed plans for deviation through allots. 37, 42 and 41, parish of Mirboo, and 39a, section 3, Township of Mirboo North. Investigation Survey, Allambee Road —I beg to feport that this matter is nearing completion. The road is now pegged and graded to the Allambee Road past the Tarwin River. I have graded a road through Farmer's and M'Lean's, thence across" the existing road into Hill's and to Gap at Touzel's, As an alternative scheme from the point at which the Allambee .Road is crossed, I have prepared a scheme for regiading along existing roadj to Allam bee-Leongalha turn-off, and thence along the Allambee Road to Touzel's Gap. 1 find that a scheme for regrad ing the existing road is quite impractic able. As an alternative for the schemes mentioned for this locality, I have pre pared a further scheme through Fitz patrick's and Hill's. Continuing from Touzel's Gap, the road traverses the properties of Messrs Touzel, Dyke (late Ha...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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A Visit to the Cemetery [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

A Visit to the Cemetery By Athmos. It is true fhafc the hurry, and bustle of the world —the c instant streiiu nis endeavours to make for ourselves a competency—gives the average child of Adam v.ery little time to turn asi.Je, and ponder'on the memory of those who 3le«|> the long last s'tiejt. and. probably, ihere ire but f^w who ever ent-r a cemetery to .walk anions tliegnve*. Tlia answer, if sough', is easily f -nnd in the fact that to do so wakes to life a sorrow. If it i< so let us h" cons Ve-i l>y the word-* of Irving. '\S irrow for 111 ■ dea I is on «f the-nob'.f.sc attrihu'.ed of-tli -rou! HoweV'^r,;duriiiifiihrt>we^kv-is I h .<1 a little t in-' <>n hand, I wal^e 1 .doiu the i- ri-1- leading i:l an east-vaM • brejiin.i Jr mill" towi—'hir toil -••l'H!g'V\''!i,c!i-:*m aiy a sotow! ill pro -session - li.n-w^nd-d-us way. The d iy \\.n fine wi tlr j list .a trifle of a ".lipping "i1111 an eag-*r aii" and lienc • |,uiy . ih .ugh s were- i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

When About To Build Consult J. W. PRESCOTT, General CONTRACTOR, PAINTER, &c. The Services oi b'irst-Class Tradesmen Available. Work Carried Out Expediously and Well at Lowest Rates. I Supply All Material for Building Purposes. Plans and Spesifications 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. Letters Promptly Attended To. Agent for London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Business Notice. A. L. Ogilvy&Co. Estate & Financial Agents BEG lo thank their clients for past favors and trust by strict atten tion to all business to merit a continuance. i They desire to intimate that the ,Mirboo North Hranch 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. or Nor wick Union Chambers, 34 Queen Street, Melbourne, will receive propipt attention. A. L. OGILVY <fc CO. Miss ...

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A.N.A. Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

A.N.A. Meeting. The usual foitnightly meeting of the A.N.A. was held on Monday night, the l President (Mr W. Stanton) occupying the chair. i ■ Mr J. Sherman wrcte stating that he had interviewed the Genera! Secretary, and given him all information in refer ence to .the local iron ore deposits. He also had had several interviews with the Minister of Mines, and he expected something definite being done within the next few months. On the motion of Messrs Pickering and Lindau, the meeting unanimously voted 2s to the local Patriotic Fund. The syllabus for the next meeting (28th) will be a card tournament. The following shot in connection with the shoot for the President's j medal :— P.'O'Malley 23 C. Wastell ... 19 H. Verdon... 23 M. Canty ...—17 W.Pickering 22 .E.Dunbar... 17 H. Dyke ... 22 A. Potter ... 17 J. Lindau ... 21 T. Verdon ... .14 W. Stanton... 21

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WAR ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

WAR ITEMSi At the lajt'Mirtioo South stack'sale \'Mr Boyson, J.l\ offered a bea'st . for 'sale, the proceeds to go.to' the patrio tic (unci. It was' bought and re-sold several times and realised ^,18 3s. The animal was. then passed 'on 10. Mirboo North where • it realised'^3 Other " stock offered the. same"'date. 1 brought a fair figure' someV. cows going' as high as v o o 0 During the week more-than a dozen -local residents'have journeyed to the city -to volunteer with the Second : Contingent. • 0*0 o The ladies of Mirboo< North have • arranged to hold 'a Patriotic Ball on .Wednesday, 30tii insfc. The proceeds are to be devoted to the Red Gross Fund, and such a deserving object should ensure a. , big attendance. The promoters are" working hard to make the functioivthe ball of the season, and ■ they, intend sparing no pains to succeed in their aims. The supper will be a set one, and will .110 doubt be worth the admission money alone. Tip-top \ music has been arranged for,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

iVoorls' Great Peppermint Cun-, For Coughs and Colds never fails, 1/6.

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Farewell to Allen Family [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

Farewell to Allen Family As mentioned previously,>Mr Allen, the head teacher of the Mirboo.North State-School, has accepted a transfer to the Inverleigh .school, near/Getlong. Dun'ng theit. residence here the Allen family have taken a keen interest in public matters. They have always ren dered great assistance: fn running local entertainments, and there were no bet ters helpers in all kinds of sport in the district than the members of the Allen family. Their, places will indeed be hard to fill. The family also took great interest in the welfare of their church— the Church of England—the members of which decided to tender them a social evening. The function took place in St. Mary's Sunday School Hall last night. The building was crowded, which cleariy shows the esteem in which the guests are held locally. All denominations were represe»:cd. Var ious games were played, and a musical programme was gone through. Re freshments were also partaken ot. The Rev. Air Backholer, on behalf o...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS The returns for the elections are now practically complete. The Werriwa seat (in N.S.W.) is still in doubt, as l'>y some mistake 200 votes belonging to the Labor candidate were added to the Liberal's figures.. A recount of all the votes has been ordered, and it is expected the Labor man will gain the seat. The position of parties in the House of Representatives will probably, be—Labor 42, Liberal 32, Indepen dent 1. Labor will have 31.1" the Senate to 5 Liberals. Mr Wise has . been returned for Gippsland by 6oS» The poll was a record one for the con stituency, close on 3°'3°° v"0^s being polled ' The following figures for. the. last two elections should prove inter-, estiiig:— ■ ..■-.v-.jv:, Bennett • ^Wise?-', 1013 1914 1913 1914 Bairnsdale S22 7.55 ... 870 .1041. Bendoc ■ ... 8S So ... 1 04 - 113 ■ Bruthen ... 290 275 ... 531 600-. Cassilis ... 232 220.... 285 365 Cunninghame 300 254 ...'283 380 Dargo ... 60 56 42 49' i»"oster ... 1159 1193. 7'9 ®'5-. Gaffney'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

MY MOTH Eli USUI) IT. "When only four months rid our lilt'.e baby Frunk w.n a wiih n terrible croupy col.I," siv.'s Mrs 0 ■!. Suith, Mootwingce H.'iuion, Ku i )wn>, NSW. "My mother ha villous :d (Jii ui. b lining cough remedy for 1110 when I was ii child, I >it omco give it to my 1 aby and In; 11 immediate relief. I have adopt d it as uur family Cough liemedy ii lm-> neve.- f.iiVl me oi'oe. I trust people Ii\iin t'li back country a-s wo do, will benefit by o.ir experience and always .keep 3tiamberla:n's Co'iuh Kemedy in their loines." SgI 1 by Uuckl.md Brjs.

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Letters to the Editor. Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

Letters to the Editor. Thanks. Sir—We, the Mirboo boys who are members of the AuslJP&lian first Ex peditionary Force, desire through the medium of your paper, lo express our leartfelt thanks and appreciation of the manner our fiiends of Mirboo and district gave us the opportunity of "bidding farewell. There is one thing •certain, though we are unable to ex press our full feelings, no matter where we go we will never forget the . way we were treated, or the kind wish •es that were expressed for our welfare and safe return, on'our last evening in old Mirboo. Assuring you all of our kindest regards. We are, Yours sincerely, J. T. Bellingham, 0. M. Watkins, J. McG. Stuart, W. Stephenson, j?. Whitehead, W. D. Stubbs, R. Bryan, F. Billings

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Mirboo South. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

Mirboo South. Mr John Harding was the recipient of sad tidings last week, he receiving a. telegram calling him to Geelong to the death-bed of his mother. Much sym pathy is extended to him in his sad loss, and all who are of his acquain tance fed that his sorrow is relieved b)r the reflection that he always acted as a dutiful son in regarding her wants as his first care The school building is now started, and the necessary work of . clearing the * trees and logs off the grounds is being proceeded with. An effort is being made to have the name of the building fixed as the Mirboo State School. It will take a few months before the work will be completed. The length of the building is 42 feel .by a width of 21 feet. The class-room will give a clear space tof 26ft. 6in. The contractor is Mr I'uHen, and in. his capable hands the school when finished will be a very handsome one. * : ■ The stone ne'cessarjyfor the founda tion of the court in conncction with the v Tennis-"Club is being carted...

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Patriotic Concert. At Mirboo South. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

Patriotic Concert. At Mirboo South. " It was a most enthusiastic and ap preciative audience that assembled on' Friday evening last in the Mechanics' Institute to listen to a concert in aid of the Patriotic Funds. Miss Spurrell, teacher .of the Mirlioo Stale School, was the originator, and she is to be co-icrnuilatcd on the st:ccecs achieved, ■a-i something over ^,9 was realized. ••O-viti" to pressure "n y< ur space I must p :if.»rce- curtail my. n port of the pur •c<vdit:ig< "soivewhat. Tiie ro'cert njign •1 >1 by ;im i-wrUire on ih'epimc, by Mis; >purrei|;- in. liri luint style, and through. <-ut: ihe evening ii*is lady p! ived ih .- ac' * oimpairments:, Mr Gi; Watt was in •tlie chair. Tfie children attending the Mirbno School contribu'cd miny items i»f song, which wt rf :ill of a pitrimic < hnracter, and al' were nicely andtnsie tu'Iy dressed, and as they were supplied with (1 igs, which-were constantly wavedi f>n hiy...

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The Allambee Railway [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

The iLllamfoee Railway -•-•Mr Tlios. Gilchrist, Secretary ^of the-/ Parliamentary Standing Committee on'. Railways, has sent the following com- ' munication to Mr " J. 'E. llackey, M.L A > • I have the honor by "direction to in form-you that the Parliamentary Stand ing Committee on Railways will: leave Thorpdale at 1.30 p.m. sharp 011 Friday 25th instant, and will drive by way of Mr Cato'sto West Tarwin bridge (Mr Carter's) and thence westward bv wav of Mr O'Bryan's to the Cross-Roads, " Geachvilie, to inspect the-cc>untry to be served; by Jhe proposed railway from Thorpdale to the Cross-Roads. After wards the Committee will "drive to Mir boo North and will stay there on.Friday 1 night; 25th instant, returning to. Mel bourne by the afternoon train next day." The estimated cost of the line to West' - Tarwin bridge is £86,000 and to the 1 terminus a ; mile . east of'The Cross Roads, £121,000J including rolling stock. The Railways Commissioners have informed the-Comraittee that a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

J. M.PMI&MiS . Cattle. Sheep, Land & Pure Stocli Salesmen. MELBOURNE, WADONGA, AND LEONGATHA. Hold the oldest connection with Gippsland, dating back to 1862. THF Firm s New Yards at Leon gathaare the MOST EXTEN SIVE complete, and Up-to-date Private Stock Yards in Gippsland. - The Leongatha branch is under the management of Mr EDWARD BEGG, who is at all times kept in close touch with Melbourne market prospects, and will be happy to give constituents every assistance and infr rmation possible Land and Clearing Sales a speciality -LEONGATHA MAHKJST. FORTNIGHTLY SALE, Thursday, Sept. 24 J. I. PEC1& SOIS Will Hold Their Next fortnightly CATTLE MARKET la theirnewYard'S.LEONGATyAon : the above date, f Commencing at 3 3harp. * EXECUTORS' SALE. Leongatha Sale Yards. Friday, September 18th JM. PECK & SONS, .and MATH . IESON & DAVIS, have receiv ed instructions from the Executors of the will of late PATRICK WAIDE (deceased) to sell Allotment 19A and 21B,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

:J i FEDERAL E nu w i i ORTH One Minute MA Please! ALL n 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. **^CTfa"*"tmirTn>fni-iinTi 11 C6MMERCIM. HOTI MIR BOO NORTH MA C^HfUt'lTD Begs to inform the public of Mirboo iNprtb i A. 1 Ala HI Lit ai<i district that she ha3 taken over the ab'qve premises, and trusts to merit a continuance of the liberal support that has always been accorded to this house. No expense has been spared in Fitting and 'Furnishing the numerous apartments. Private Parlours. Public and Commercial Dining Room. Only best Brands of Ales, Spirits, and Wines kept in stock, Good Stabling. Attentive Groom Horses and Buggies for Hire at Moderate Rates.' CLUB HOTEL, "COMMERCIAL HOUSE" T. BOLLARD, PBOPKIETOK. ...

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The Gippslanoer. THURSDAY, SEPT. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

£be ©ippslanDer. THURSDAY, SEPT. 17. The dc'.nh look place at Seymour on 9th inst, of Phyllis, the youngjst dau ghter of Mr and Mis N. \V. Gill, formerly of Mirbco North. 000 Mrttliicson and Davis liul I 11 most succft=sful sale yi't.tei-iliiy on ajuaunt of MrT. W. Cou ter, o? Mai dan. Every hoof was sold, daiiy cows (etching £11 odd. o o o M'Loan & Co. will hold no cattle sale in the Mirboo North or Mirboo South yards Show week. v A-biHiard match will' be played Qn Friday 'night between the committee of the Mechanics' Institute, representing the Eiist and West ends of the town. The draw.is as follows :—Pickering v Price, Graiton v Marshall, Lyons v Hipwell, Prescott ,v. T. Verdon. Play starts at 7 30 sharp o . .o o . ) M'Lsan & Co, will sell on Friday (to-morrow) Mr E. Tra't's splendid dairy herd, also horses, pigs, etc. The cows aro an exceptionally choice lot, and farmers in need of dairy stock should not miss this sale. On Tues day, September 29th, the same firm ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 17 September 1914

In Memoriam. HILLIS (Mrs)—In mem ->ry of my dear mother, who depai d this life on the....14th.September, 19131 at Ris borough P.irk. We often sit and think of you, dear mum, And think of how you died. To think we could not say good-bye Before you closed your eyes. Your picture hangs upon the wall. That dear face we love to sec, And in the hearts of lliesu you loved . It ever dear shall be. —Inserted by her lovin" daughter and son-in-law, Maggie and liin. R.I.P.

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Morwell Shire Council. Election of President. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 24 September 1914

Morwell Shire Council. Election of President. • On Wednesday last week, while at dinner at thes" Club Hotel, com plimentary and congratulatory spee ches were made by our local Shire councillors, in view of the com mencement of the new municipal year. Mr Conlan, as usual, had a most dainty, appetising repast pre pared, and is to be complimented on the thoroughness of his catering. The retiring president, Cr Ednev, proposed the health of the Newly elected President, Cr Latter. That was the first time the Boolarra riding had the honor of the presidentship. Cr Latter would make a good presi . dent, and would soon break himself in. Cr English said Cr Latter was everything a man should be. and nothing a man should not be. He would make a worthy president, and would do justice to everybody. It was a pleasure to see him in the chair. Cr Dunbar said he was pleased to -see Cr Latter in his new and honor able position. Cr M Donald said the new presi dent could count on the help of all liis col...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 24 September 1914

Tne steamer "ThemistocIesV;-which is-: expected to . arrive -in Melbourne about the beginning of . October, is bringing to Victoria a partyj of'70 men and 170 lads, whom it is desired to place in employment in the'country districts.as soon as possible after their arrival.- The Immigration .'Bureau of 555 Flinders Street, Melbourne, is desirous of receiving information from any farmers or other country employ ers who may be in need of-tabor. Owing to the dry conditions which ar.e, being experienced in the Northern parts of the State, is is recognised that the demand for farm labor is, under present circumstances, not- nearly so great as would be the' case under ordin ary conditions, but it is hoped that all employers who may have any" vacancies or who may have opportunities of plac ing men. in any way, will lose no time in sending in the necessary advice.' painting i : J. W. "PEESCOTT, General CONTRACTOR, PAINTER, &c. HAVING received' a Largo Stock, of. LB»I), OIL, STAIWEKS^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 24 September 1914

Praised by Husband and Wife. Zam-Buk Splendid for Piles and Severe Sprains. The story of another striking doable cure -wrought by Zam-Bnk has recently come to hand from Mrs F.Rose, of Rankeiler St., Kensington Sooth Dnnedin, N.Z. Whilst fixing up blinds te the windows," writes Mrs Rose, "I fell and severely sprain ed my wrist and cracked the bone of my thumb. These injuries caus ed, intense agony, and quite disabled me until Ihapdened to try Zam-Bnk. "I first bathed the wrist in hot water and then, whilst the pores were well open, I rubbed in Zam Bnk. This soothing balm quickly eased the pain and as I continued the applications, Zam-Buk caused the swelling to abate, removed all stiff ness, and made myhandquitesupple and strong again. "My husband who for a long time suffered agony from bleedjng piles, lias also derived wonderful benefit from Zam-Buk. His complaint was terribly irritating, weakening and painful,'and he was laid np for a period of ibree weeks one time. "Though he tried...

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