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APPALLING RAILWAY DISASTER. COLLISION AT EXETER, N.S.W. FOURTEEN KILLED—MANY INJURED. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

APPALLING RAILWAY DISASTER ' •I- COLLISION AT EXETER, N.8,, -'QUCRTEEN K1LLH y---3LM INJUkt.ED. --" Sydney, Sunday, A terrible railway ao-saster, involing th,? loss of fourteen hbys and injury to uJo passengers, occurred ,t Exeter:, n tile. ialn south le,; Shortbly before midnight on riday. Tht mail trai tu Itenmora, winch left Sydney at id, o ciuock, crashed into the engine of a 'o~ds train bound to Sydlney. i?r J ulce, wluch has pulled out trom the mii lihne, the locolnotive standng across tue points betore being snunted on to the loop line. There wa?s a og at tiue tilme, and the sig?als weree50 osLtcured that the driver of.the mnil \, as not aware of the presence of t outer train until. he was about 'ity yarids tromn it, and too late to a0~Ve .usa.ster. ''he trains met xwith a to rinle crash. The first carriage ofthe ,,as,,scnger train following the mail Van \\ous lifted bodily from the rails., ahd wt.nt through almost the?.entire Inagih t tlae carriage behind it, with a "oi. cou...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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A SHORT STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

A SHORT STRIKE. The moulders at Parkside iron foun dry struck this morning on finding a new foieman in charge, on the ground that he opposed unionists during the implement makers' strike. The e:m ployers withdrew the foremasn, and the trouble ended.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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THE LATE JOSEPH FELS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

THE LATE JOSEPH FEL$. Our Sydney correspondent writel: ,Mr. Joseph FIels, "mnillionaire and robber., as he was wont to call hlim Iscl, \vhose death was announced tle uLlter uty, wCas one oC ?ile most re rnlariable l?.n o f thu tilne. It ru Il-lnant LO bY suln Wh;at uISpoC)titlOi 11 I nas m?anc of his lllmuednu property, iut, rs a lihve'' man, nI s loss will b aue\ rely felt by tInc iesorvilig cause 01111 lle aLUcIslCl?se e O 10lrally. 'tIe *,u±Lt gibil~ti0 Cr1on1 O LLte age, lie cL~sue, cci, 1s tne eyateliiitlc nlctiilig .1Uill Lle peUople ui Lili \Vetaltll creat 0l by LOStle LOuplC, l.alnely, tli:e lllrtl i?lnc t IlI tll? 'dit UIc IL lnd WlIi I II 5 . cUIIL lUUItL cy Ic1?e\thuS Oc topula c~ i. , Ja.iy lanc ULit 1icr tlu P)Lit UctlV lll, 11W L Ulic ?lll 'U llu101iflOUs I tin1t oL tOO lil ltlli ifll tIle acuptiUll ci 'LI?1 prlnlciple Iil 1h iS 1ut iLr leUU pl1tre lT sclilb to say. but, aosireCIy, 110 CUalili II1Ity 1 115 tlLUt· L 8to110uW iLactl EU U ys cell~ci cIIlL y ru bocd. .but ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. Unpalatable Doctrine. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. Unpalatable Doctrine, In lygoile nulles one aInlost impreg rLIJale buLLttress tyi.l :Y W'aS tile alaxlR i innu, te King1 ca do no Wrong. Abe mlaxinm still relnailis, but its sig rnilica'nc, as rtgards tile lsubjects of the King, has cbeen whittled away to elmost noti[ng. Une of the nlodern .annalugucs is, "the union (or the tur bulent individuals who sway the rest) can do no wrong. ' That, however, although it is an article of faith with duite a. large nullmber of people, has nht as yet tound its way, in so many words, into the statute-bood. But it is still hcld, in malln?Ly quarters, that i'irliamtente can do no wrong," I.e., that, no matter ho\w monstrous a de cision llay be, provi\'lded it can once be forceid through, no matter by what means, ir becomes the law of the land. Thie Chief .Justice, in the hearing of ian appeal against a decision of Mr. Justice Higgins in thie Federal Arbit ration Court, has, however, laid down a dliametrically opposite doctrine. It...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES' EXHIBITS. (To the Editor "Gippsland Mercury.") [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES' EXHIBITS. (To the Editor "Gipsland Mercury.") Sir,-Visitors trom this district to tilUe t?uenit b?l\ must have been slruck Ilith uEi "Agricultural boCeieti' n?Eaiiti, and1 tiI1e quwstlon hals 1bee reiiLateiy ulaed, '' 1ll" 1f ly y ai iianL 1utL relprUSenlt? L '1f 1 H oyLI 5U ?'cty, as you \wiil note by encloscd cir aCLor1', aoi every 11a0CenlienL icr Se i tIS LU Shll, WliLat LlleIr respecliVl. ULtai.iis itr ?ctplieiUle Ui l'ule icilllg. Ii ihiL mdiitLr II i.e?{.ldseii inl i?Lii?ii ivC asd Uitll bitei elt.at nllc11 LAiit \Vrasiety \ wl 1:L1dA i\J LU L) L, LiItl1 11l?" (UIIIIIIILLeC ~\tVllll IAL" ;IIUI U Llirll ~l?AiibcCtl U CUC?UIV:U CIOULd \. C1. i clllllllllUit Lthat IWi?U1 U t IIo e ld irllud t LlII pit.V.--clC L'U rec'.v ,ia h eiggeOuo,8 I Si 1ie1 uSC ti auiCtdi .1,1. Ciii Ii 1naai1t 1elp iiiiii t L C - Tile noei0igs is 1 iLc cireular reter rLA to ;.ci',v::- i;Ll0iUtIal ? 1 ic, ieis CLolnpetiL-iO. -tL.lci iLllil oCi CXi Cit ( Irl aarilai lilrl Scrct.llh?. ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

AUCTIONS. THIEO. B. LITTLE & CO. Auctineers and Valuators, Stock and Station Agents, SALE, TRIARALGON, and at 457 BOURKE SiT., MELBOURNE. Ma£fra, l-leyfield, Mlorwell, Itratford, Longford, Yinnar, Briagolong, Mirboo North, .oolara. Agents for- Australian Mutual Provident Co. Liverpool, London and Globe Insur ance Co. P. and O. Shipping Co. M'lwraith, M'i Eacharn and Co. Curator of Intestate Estates. Gold-brough, Mort and Co. National Trustees and Exeoutore Co. Qulbell's Sheep Dip. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Associated with O'Connor, Little and Field, Yarram. SALE HORSE SALE. TO-DAY. TIEO. B. LITTLE & CO., in con junction with C5AMPBELL & SONS, will sell, in Campbell's Yards, on above date 150 Horses A good attendance of Melbourne buyers will be present. APRIL HORSE SALE, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, 7 & 8, SALE BOROUGH YARDS. SATURDAY, MARCH 21. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell at the Borough Yards on above date 10 Fat Cows 5 Springers 50 Mixed Store Ca...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

BUCHANAN'S S"BLACK & WHITE" S-WHISKY . Eigh-class Comfort. Mfarch. Sun. - $g n, 1 81 5 a;;~ Mon. 2 9 1627%33 Tue, 3 1 o17 24 8 iWed, 4 111825... Thu. 5 1219126... Fri 6 1j2027... Sat, 7 1 218 ... SALE STEAMBOAT CO. LTD. DAILY SERVICE (Sundaya excepted). The Company's Steamers, Omeo and Dargo, leave SALE and CUNING BALE? DAILT--Sale 1.45, upon arrival of first train from Melbourne, Cuning tame 8 a-m. Fares: RETURN 12/, SINGLE 8/. Calling at Latrobe, IHolland's, paynesville, Metung and New Worlks. Otfice, Foster-strlet JAS. E. PATERSON, Secretary. Ipj'SLAND bTEAMERS PTY, LTD, :goi Steamship Service Between S ME -.: . BOURNE and all GIPPSLALND PORTS. S.S. QUEENSCLIFFE leaves Melbourne every Saturday for THE LAKES DIRECT, Carryilng Cargo for Sale, Maffra, stratford, Metung, Paynesville, and the Surrounding Districts. Lowest Rates of Freight. Hiead Ornce--466 'ollini-street, Mel nourne. Sale Office--FCoter Street. E. H-. WALTER BIranch Manager. ,6 NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD IMPERIAL GER...

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GIPPSLAND HOSPITAL. MARCH 15. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

GIPPSLAND HOSPITAL. MARCH 15. Patients admitted during pastweek... 14 Discharged during past week ... 8 Died during past week ... ... 0 Remaining in Hospital ... ... 54 Out-patients treated during past week 25 Medical Officer for the current week, Dr Hagenauer. Visiting Committee for present month, Messrs. Bolitho and Napper. Visiting Days.-Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m. A. J. NASON, Matron. THE G1PPSLAND MERCURY TUESDAY, MARCH 17.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

COMMERCIAL Theo. 13. Little and Co. report: Fat Ca:ttlk-t0 head or primer cows and heiters, also several pns of bullocks, at ILyitlcid to a gool attendance of biuLChuLs, and pract.ca ly the \ehAu, yard ing dip.~-eo or at etaurent rates. Our Irarug'un yards well sippued, intl a good cLtarance etticcet at stisft(:tory irics. 'e quote prime cows _ 6/1/5 10 £7,1,-, good do. 'rotan £5./-, in teior sorts troui L14, 3 -, sp,.yed heif ers £6 to Lo, 1,:-, mIedlilm bullocks ' 1Ci- to £11, hght do. to £7,3/6.' :O.ro Clttie--GCood iarding of all classes at 'I'Trarligou anId a sat ta:ctory s:iCe, ilrtes about equal to List report. Ig'lt yarding at 8tte, forward springers i'm gotod dcemand. Several piens yarded at 1ieyfield, i. uding a number ot spring e's, wiich sold rearily. F1Oui,',rd sprin;gers from £6. 5;, backwiard do. at . i, store cows in low colndition .£3/2/6, guood conditioned do. to £4,41-, 18S months to 2"yr-old heifers to £2' l17s id, Trlralgi prlices~ not quoted. Sheod- Sttuiler ya...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday. DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE. MR. FRED LEE'S LIFE ATTEMPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By Wire.) (From Our Own Correspondent) Melbourne, MIonday. DIABOLICAL OUTRAGE. MR. FRED LEE'S LIFE ATTEMIPTED. Mr. Frederick Lee, one of the Closer Settlement Commissioners, received by post this morning a small package postmarked Sy'dney, Saturday. As he opened it an oxplosion occurred, wounding Mr. Lee on the head and hip, Mr. Thomas Hastie, of the Conm mission, received a bad wound over the eye, and R. G. Jones, a junior at tendant, gdt scratches on his head and face. A number of holes were made in the ceiling, and the wall of the room. All three were attended to medically, :and left for home. The bomb consisted of a brass cartridge, wire spring, and several pieces of brass filings. The detectives are in vestigatifig the matter. [Mr. Lee is well knowrni in Gipps land, and connected by marriage with the M'Lean family. He was at one time connected with the first cam paign of the Maffra Beet Sugar Factory.-Ed. '" G.M."']

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STOREKEEPER AND MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

STOREKEEPER AND MANAGER --~---- In the First Civil Court. on Fridlav Mr Justice HIodges gave judgment. in respect to an action brought by \Vil liam John Lang, of Yarran, m:ig..r, against James MI'Kenzie, of Yarram, storekeeper, claiming s:lary and a share of the profits of defendant's busi ness during the years 1909 anl 1910. The case was commenced in 1910, and hlls been before the courts on various occasions since. The claim was made u.nder an aigreement between tihe parties whien plaintif took the position of man agenr of defenmmt's business. In 19!2 judgment was given for pliintiff for £13,5/- salary, and the Chief Clerk of the Supi'emie Court was dlirected to inquire as to the profits of tile busi ness during the years menutiuoned. l'h~e :trotits were firedly assessed at £'1-11 tt,2 for 1909 and £603/16/7 for 1910, andl plitiiff applied for judgmenct for his proportion of those amuonat, with interest and costs. Alitr hearinig .ir gument on the question of osts, his tionor gave j...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

·Wii di. E BM.iu. 'ii it wi'e Iabru am r - "u u 11I0 thus~, and Mr. Hurley was elected to the chair. Apologies were received from Messrs. Phillips, Broome, HI. 1 ,c, Tate, W,. Napper, t. Thornley, ~X. Jones, Dalzliel and Oliver. The chsl' man, in proposing the toalst of .Mr. iaulll. 'idd he was a striking exaniple of dis inc, and that he \was otne \ho alwaya abided by thile decision and judg?mnent of the selection connmmit tee, and never ifelt that a rellection was cast upon him, if he were placed In -any other seat in the boat than "'stroke' seat, but that his int:rest ill crews was always of the keenest, no matter what position he held in the ooat. Mr. Btaum always intere'stel nimself in other members of tho row ing club, especially th:e beginners, an, he would be missed greatly for his sterling ser-vices ti themlll. ie always took his -beating like a man, and Ca peeted others to do likewise, and hisl perseverance and grit had pulled hio to the front, not onlyl s a a '8rsmnan.ll. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

STIRATFORD AND) NUNTIN RACES. To be IIld on Ai'r. C. Dennis s lRacecourse. 'LAiTE MONDAY, APRIL 13. Urllce- beLarers: Patrons--2iessrs. Jas iSelnett, M.H..., If. . L ranLlncil, li. L?c, and II. A. Luke. u ,erusident-- 1r. John Lee. Vlce-pread lldents-Mcssrs. Joilu King, ... L. .'homlas, Jon Ailleniall, P. AL. oluOe anu nA. \' llruoy. Ion. blurgeon--)r. C. o. iozier. - Ju~u----r. a. jLrrell. S ?taRt'eri-MrII. i?. 8. Leth hanicapper--i1t. bhlorten. Clera of icales--Ir'. i. Lee. PonY Measurers- essr?. "i. Baylis Sand John Kilng. Stewvards --rssrs. F. Humphrey, Jos. lrietag, \V. Stothers, H-. lay li, John Jnng, b. iarrell, John Lee and A. lunignt. Clerlk of course-Mr. 'T. Carr, Oflicial ,imtnKeeper--?tr. -1. Lylis. Truasurer-- r. J. \W. Callaghan £170--PRIZE MONEY--£170. PROGRA3MME: HANDICAP HUl-tit)LE RACE, of 40 sovs. b of c-une amount to go to second norse. Nomination 20/, ac ceptance 10/. Distance about (but not less than) two. miles. HANDICAP TDLAL STAKiES, of £15. aZ of the amount...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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DISTRICT NEWS. STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. STILL'TFORD. The ollce-bearers for the year were elected at a comnmittee meeting of the Mechanics' Institute commlittee, hel:i onl Friday evening. Mr. S. Farrell was elected President, Mr. E. l.ewis vice president, Mr. F. Boucher secretary, and Mr. G. L. Thomas treasurer; wvorks committee, Messrs. Farrell, Mildenhall, Mlitchell, Forsyth; book conmmittee, Messrs. Carter, Lewis, Lett, Thomas and I3oucher. In recognition ot valued serv-ices rendered to the institute, Mr. Lioucher was elected a life Inmember. Mr. Boucher brictly returned thanks [or the honour conferred. His work as secretary was a workl o love. iHe had been fortumnate since acting in that capacity of being always associated with hard-working committees, which made his work as secretary easy. The request fromn the band for t!hec use of the colunmittee-room for nleetings was granted. The annual excursion to Cuuing hame fromn Stratford took place last Thursday, and, being favoured by an ideal day for such an...

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MOOREFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

l 11OOREFIELD RACES, Fing Handicap.--Maltchesto r 1. 'ltrd:iddle 2, Cool Air 3. Steward" -e cksa ILager 1, Hobble Skirt 2. - -ra~~Juvenile Iandicap.-Cassad. Ayrla 2. Herbie 3. Kogarah Stakes. ue 1, Royal Time 2. Plnmoort 2.

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CAULFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

- dL. CAULFELD RACES. 8: Prle.L- ortlook 1, Paymaster . o :ol"et '3"2 Two-4-ear-old.-Kirtle i. D en Solo Veronal 3. St. Kilda .n.?delosa (Killlorn) 1, St. 'Vano 3 ..?s) 2, Hamburg Belle (Maloney . -!ni on easily by four lengths. Tinm. -Ge. 2-ec, Steeple,-Moroka 1, ?ok 2, Trantbolt 3, Corinthian 3. ne 1, Scottish Chief 2, Ga.ngway So.uth arm Handicap.-Avers, 1. W"alla 2, Qualr Burn 3,

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ANGLING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

llra N.LGLING. Eod Sr at Marlo ar, h,. ine , ,rv lu .iS 0rt mlonvgs th, '.m? r. .?rch, ROW ~ ngr rl~ I~ ··ci M i;~~ S -lesrs. L s,.m hout, T."'. ,ils ,tu~art .11urr-av, "1-. J" w\isei. II, Jense -* GIna?t ir, r? . - " . . . I Q q , .. Gr?v:.?, H.l Y.,u-,?. ]', W ,,.'..?, If,-,:;.i renz evr an (..1thr ad I baskej r turn ].! fr p r" u h. p

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

CRICKET. Si?gturda the Sale and Warragul totall to018 met at Warragul. Sale btl, 7' while Tarragul reached -4. Sthus Winning by a single run, aft r tho ixcting and friendly c~mle; arhief batsmen being Iranci, T ~se and 10olion for Sale, and b- ler, ' Donald, and Pierr> 11inni ?ls for Warragul. ThI most s uS 1 bolers were .illy and and o',1 or the locals, and Francis Sleara for the visitor.

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

IPORTING NOTES. Rdnor has won £10,063 in stakes. At a meeting of the V.R.C. committes n. Fa the appeal of R. Gilder owner of second pony, Fairy, againsi e Sale Turf Club stewards, dismis ng his protest against H. Downey'. qirth being declared the winner of the ponY Race on February 19 (protest lodgedon the ground of interference) as dismissed, and the decision of the tewards confirmed. r. James Wilson, sen., the veterar breeder and trainer of racehorses, whc esides at Frankfort Estate, Queens clif, suffered severely during the re cent hea wave. Dr. Pacey stated on r,dav night that Mr. Wiisun ha,, covered, and had personally supervis ed the morning's gallops of his string of horses. At a meeting of the Burrowa (New South Wales) Racing Club, held on Frldav and Saturday last, six races were decided each day, and the '1 events were won by horses starting st odds on. A Jockey named Kerr -rode 10 of the winners. Mr. Wynne, the Postmaster-Gen ral, has prohibited the transmission of letters...

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COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. WEATHER FOR WEEK ENDED FRIDAY, MARCH 13. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 March 1914

COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY, \EATH-ER Full U. . NDEt FRIDAY. R 1.- ,I U': n i. c\·c nC· 2 u ·(b ;ii, i',' :,;;.wli ;i' ? ;'" RI"? -'o:nO l tl yp,: ,f p:,(Ss.:.e 0i-t~~t': warsd \T enc: sain c ?:;n :;'" th~e eve~nins f day th e. w o -ur 1. . all ,vents uea r, :1 . , t,? - 'te' portio's of t:- Swte. ne(sday ai_? ,. E:as,: freom 'J tb 'u ".; -iver the', was prac - ; : Shi',h was alo th, cas, . " teh y d;a- a n d 7 i , ,2 r:8 r .-s , ?,n at a r?-m~ar kab!) 10g 1c. : Melhourn?e the aver?g,-- ui {--{:':1 i _:m 'stablishin? a ;ec-r:d for :is ne ' the year,

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