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Dipping of Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Dipping of Sheep. We are desired by the Chief Iik spector under the Sheep Dipping Ac', Department of Agriculture, to intimate to sheep owners that the Amending Sheep Dipping Act 1913 abolishes the Clean Certificate pro vided for under the Act of 1009,-, .ar.d prescribes that with only one minor exception, all sheep and lambs must be dipped oft* shears, or kept in a securely fenced paddock and dipped within sixty days. A return o.t' sheep dipped must be fur nished to the Chief Inspector, Department of Agriculture, within thirty days of Dipping. The period during which an owner may not.be compelled to dip unshorn sheep and lambs is reduced to the period, April to October—both months inclusive.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

1 Child Fearfully Scalded. When Hospital Treatment Failed ' Zam-Buk Completely Healed. "My little boy, Willie;" says Mrs. P. Morrison, of 03 Wilson Street, Kedfern, Sydney, " was fearfully sea'ded through a kettle of boiling water falling on top of him. I had been bathing the child near the fire and had just gone out to empty the water when I heard screams. I rushed'-in and found that lie had pulled the kettle over and fearfully scalded his neck and back. "The skin was dreadfully blister ed and inflamed, ancl the poor 61iild's agony was dreadful to witness. At the Prince Alfred Hospital they lanced the blistt-rs and dressed the scalds with an oil, Willie was tad fully six months, and as I didn't feel satisfied with the progress -he was' making at the hospital I took him to a private doctor. His ointment caused the sores to break out into white blisters. "After many other treatments had been tried without success I happen ed to receive a sample of Zam-Buk. This proved so soothing to ...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. ASSOCIATION MATCHES MIRBOO v. DUMBALK [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Cricket. ASSOCIATION MATCHES MIRBOO v. DUMBALK . Mil boo North, with about their strongest team, journeyed to Dumbalk on Saturday last. The home club put si strong team in the tield also. The day was a beautiful one for cricket, and consequently a good number of spectators put in an appearance to witness the game, and they were re warded by seeing a most exeitins and an interesting tussle. Captain Green won the toss from the Durabalk skip per (E 3J. Hughes), and decided to send the home team in. Marshall and Cain were the opening bowlers, and at once found a length. ^ijekets from the start fell quickly, and at one stage it looked as if Dumbalk would be all out for about 30. A snag, however, was found in Wally Hughes, who put runs 011 at a rapid rate, especially to wards the finish, but he was handi capped by being unable" to get a part ner who could keep the other end lip, and when the last wicket fell only 52 were on the sheet, although Wally had 30 to his credit, and was still unc...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

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Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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RESULT OF MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

RESULT OF MATCHES. Played Won Lost Points Milford S 4 I 16 Mirhoo N. ... 5 4 I .16 Dumbalk ... 4 o 4 ? Tarwin 4 i 3 4 Dumliullc and Tarwin linye commenced another game, the Ecotes standing:—Dum ballt, 133; Turn-in, 4 for 71. On Saturday next Mirboo North journey to Milfoid, and Dumbalk go tt>. Tarwin.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TARWIN v. MILFORD [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

TAR WIN v. MILFORD No detailed scorcs of this matcli have come to hand. Milford suftered their first defeat of the season. They hatted first and made ahou 74, Gardum scoring 23. Tarwin wanted 3 runs to win when their last nnn (Logan) joined Wakeley, and both batting freely 99 were secured. Grieves made 20 odd, Wakeley 20 not out, Watson i6,_and Logan 11. Barfoot was not playing for Tarwin, while T. Robbins was absent from Milford.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Obituary. The (leatil of Mr Robert Arnold Wil son, son. of Mr Robert Wilson, of Dum b;ilk, occurred at Ararat under painfully sad circumstances on Saturday morning 24th January. Deceased, wlio was un married, was 23 years of age, and had been employed as clerk at the Ararat railway stati'-.n for the past two years. The cause of his death was typhoid fever,, which deceased had contracted four weeks ago. For some time he made rapid progress towards recovery hut suddenly he became worse, and suc cumbed as above stated on the morning of the 24th proximo. When his demise became known deep regret was expres sed by liis many friends in the town. Deceased was a very popular young man, especially amongst the railway employees. lie was an enthusiastic member of the Ararat Rille Club, and won many trophies in rille matches, whilst his death will mean a consider able loss to the Australian Natives' As sociation.9 The funeraljtook place 011 the following Monday afternoon, when the remains were i...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hallston. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Hallston. Miss Jessie Clark, aged 14 years, pupil of ilie local school, has gained" some literary success by being awarded a certificate in competing in'ilie Eighth Grade in connection with The Gould. L-ague of Bird Lovers i.f Victoria, in which a series of prizes are given for Essays tn Familiar Birds, being person al observations on not more than five biids. Priz.-s and certificates were awarded to piizewinners, and certifi-. cates to competing children whose essays were adjudged to be meritorious. A couple of jui.iors have been the victims of minor accidents in the jecent pas', and in so.r.e respects a similarity is observed in the occurrences. One of the unfortunates, John, a younger son of Mr J E. Cook, by some means had a large splinter, nearly 3 inches 'ong, forced in to the flesh at the back of the mouth, and was embedded so firmly that it had to be extracted by the aid of a pair of pincers. The other lad, Albert Clark, while engaged in some boyish ptanksrfell angleways with...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mirboo North A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

;Mirboo North A.N.A. Tlte usual fortnightiy meeting of -the above was liekl otr-Moiulay- night last. ■ One new member was-proposed; 'A notice of motion .that aquatic sports he held in March w;is withdrawn, mem bers being of the opimon-that-as sports ■were being held in Marclrfor Ihe -Re creation-.Reserveit would be advisable to give the. latter"gathering' their whole hearted support As- the date of tlie next" ordinary night clashed with the Lakes Trip,-it was ^decided . to hold the meeting- on Saturday.nisht J4th in t... '1 he syllabus is a debate on "Should there be a White Australia?'' Mr Hennessy -is taking the affirmative side and Mr Brown the nega tive. It will be a teams'debate, the ■leaders having, the assistance of three debaters each. " Rev. Mr Dow has- con sented -to act as adjudicator. The public are cordially invited toattend; ' The third shoot for:the President's medal (25-possibIe) resulted as follows— W. Pickering- .24 As Potter 17 J. Lin'daU: ... 24 F. Hillings ■ • 1...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Letters to the Editor. Co-Operation Run Mad. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Letters to the Editor. Co-Operation Run Mad. Sir.—I read with interest the repljr by "Fair Dinkum" in your last issue to my letter. It appears to me he is one of those know-all sort of chaps with more front then Mr Hipweli's new house. He sa>s the meaning I put onr" "" Mr Wilson's statement was not correct, v:z, That the demand for co-operative butter is greater than lor the article " sold by private firms. He says I can. dispel that idea from my mind, as it was not what Mr Wilson meant. Well, sir, if "Fair Dinkum" wishes to know whether my sta'ement is correct or not, he has only to go to the right source and he will find out that it is absolutuly correct. I: is no good of him putting his meaning on it and trying to jimb it down the public's throats. Let him go and ascertain the f°cts, and then come with something definite—not the tales of woe he dreams of in his sleep. He says that our butter has deteriorated since co-operation got such a foothold If such is so, can he tell me ...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Mirboo North Choral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Mirboq North Choral ^Society. The annual ni^eting of.the above was hold in the Mechanics' Institute on 23rcl..ult, a good .'attendance being . present. • - The balance-sheet for the'past yeafj showing a credit balance of £8 6s 4d, was adopted. The following office-bearers for the ensui.ng yeai' were tlit.n electedPre sident, Air llipwell ; vice-presidents, Messrs Lyons and Dunbar ; secretary and treasurer, Mr II. Stuart ; commit tee, Mrs Green, M iss L. Buckland, Miss Downing, Messrs S. Tuck and L. Austin; auditor, Mr Gratton ; con duetoress, Miss Meril ; pianist, Mrs llipwell : librarian, Mr L Austin. The membership fee was reduced to. 2s Gd per quarter for gentlemen, and 2s for ladies. It was decided to issue honorary members' tickets at 7/G each, entitling the holder to two front seat tickets at each concert held in 1914. and also a voice in the management. The Secretary was instructed to open an account in the State Savings Bank. A vote of thanks was passed to Mr W. Stewart, for...

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Is Sea God a Disqualified Horse? EXTRAORDINARY POSITION ARISES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Is Sea God a Disqualified Horse? EXTRAORDINARY POSITION ARISES. When the racehorse, Sea God, appeared amongst' the list, of nomin ations received for the Morwell Turf Club's meeting on Monday, it was generally questioned as to" whether the horse; was eligible to start,'it having; been reported that the horse and owner were disqualified at a meeting ofthe Yinnar Club (held on I 17th nist.) for. corrupt practices at the-Yinnar races on [New Year's Day. -The position was, in one sense, 'somewhat peculiar, " as, "al though little doubt could be enter tained. as--to the validity-of the disqualification,""nothing official had been done in ihe matter, that is - so fai as the V.R.C. was concerned. — On the shoulders of the-Afnrwell stewards, thus- was -placed^ perhaps;: an unpleasant duty, for t\oy," fiorn the viewpoint of-public "and self protection aud in: the general ihter ests of clean racing,-were called u pon to deeidc u heLher the horse--could or could not-contest;; at the ^meeting O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

ISfe Stand this Sfa*nn nl 'KenilwerI fi»* Mirboo 3?OUth,ftnd trnrel Uio iunoutuliucdistrict,the . ^ CIA'DESDALS COLT, - Pride of Gladstone. (Imported.from Xew'Zealand ) PHUTE OB GLADSTONE (S. J. I.yrn's iimj i rtcd irom Niv Z.-aiami), a i-i; h bay colt-, if-onivit Nov., 19_-9. If is SI1C, Pride -.if New-. 'Aon (12,28!.>, imp ), faired tirst «n<I ch::snpion 3" •iz«5 al the ChrirtcUurch International show SHid (it Punedin, Invesvii-gill, Gore, 'i'aieri, ■&c. ; grai.ilsiri*, 1'ride of iiji!cen (10.637). 0 jgraudsirc, jjnron's Prido (0,122), was awarded ajumfroiii local prizes v.a a i oun<(st-.?r, ami in 3-894-, when four years old, was first. and fhttir.pion jr.alo Clydesdale exhibited at I lie 3ljo]',luncl nnd Ayrieiiitiirnl" Society's show, ..Alierdeen ; lip tdso £xunfirst. prize nt. Glas <00w show. In ISfH and 1S93 Ik- won the 3urkci!(il'riciit. District Society's premium. am(i in.1600 lie yniiuil the JLiel ars of Vv i^; 3tan premium, ai.d...

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Leonards' Send-Off. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Leonar-ds' Send-Off. I A meeting was hold on Tuesday night t<> receive the balance-sheet in comiecti mi with the presentation re cently tendered Mr and Mrs Leonard, and to decide wli.it should "be done wiih the balance. The following balance - slieet was read:—Receipts—Cr Inglis's List, £23 15s 6d; Cr Smilh's, £S 12s 6d»; Mr Brown's, £^ qs. Total, £36 17s. Ex penditu:e—Presentation, £17 7s 6d ; h ill lent, £i 8s 6d ; Catering, &c., £11 6s; advertising', 15s. Total, £30 1 js. This left a surplus in hand of £6, which the meeting decided to divide equally between the Sale and Warragul hospitals.

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Sports Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Sports Meeting. -, The adjourned meeting for the pur pose of discussing the holding of what have become known as the charity sports was Jield in the Library on Tuesday evening, 27th ult. There was ■an attendance of close on 20. The Chairman (51 r Brown) explained that the meeting Had been postponed ■the previous Tuesday night, owing to the rather small attendance. Mr Marshall said that he had nt the first meeting put the position of the "Recreation Reserve fully before those j present. If the meeting decided to j •hold the sports partly or wholly for the Reserve, lie did not think there would lbe the .slightest fear of it being token ;as a precedent that they were going -against the interest of the hospitals. The hospitals would not suffer in the "future, and the same support that had been extended to them in the past would be given them in the future. Cr Inglis, speaking as a trust-e of "the Kecreafion Reserve, said they had •considerable difficulty in financing the Reserve. In the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

WOMEN SUBJECT TO FREQUENT THROBBINC, BURSTING HEADS. There's many a cause. Men are not ofton troubled by headaches; when they are it is generally duo to Bilious noss or Indigestion. But women havo" headaches which'seem peculiar to their sex, frequent throbbing headaches. Does it not seem that such headaches peculiar to women must bo at onco re lated to womanly disease? Women who suffer with diseases peculiar to the se.t do liot realise the drain of vital strength and nerve force thej- undergo as a consequenco of the disease. It is this that causes the headaches of sick women. in other cases these pains and disagreeable feelings arc gonerally symptons of some other com plaint, such as Indigestion, Bilious ness, and Constipation, all of which are causcd by corrupt noxious matter dogging the circulations; hence a stream or rush of blood to the head, and by the excitcmcnt a great pressure on the brain. "I was," writes Mrs. Sarah Cur-.on, of 26 Broughton Street, North Sydney, "at one tim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEADACHES. "1 lustily recommend Chutnlicrluiii's Tablels to mnoii'! who suiters fiom Headaches," says .Mrs .M K. Berry, Marlborough 11 1., Vicloria Valley, Tasmania. "I suffered agony with Ilea Inches and tried almost everything. No.li ing did me good until a fiisnd recommended . haniberlain':) Tablets and they soon put me riohtajain. Now I would not ba without a box ot Chamberlain's Tablets in tliej house." Sjld by Bueklatid Broj. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

1CARTII AID CO. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen, Land Financial Asrents, &c., LEONGATHA, Beg to thank their clients throngh out the district for the large ■support accorded to them daring the past 12 months, and feel assured that toy giving stricl attention to business £8 hitherto, and prompt settlements tisey will receive a continuance of their patronage. Oar \ext -will take place on THURSDAY, .FEB. 19th, -1914, Bullocks Steers Cows A Heifers . - dkmy Poddies,&c-. flll^ All stock sold by us will be cipifbr 02S PAY OF SALE. W J. K. JENNINGS & M'INNES. Sheep and Cattle Salesmen STOCK & STATION AGENTS, 411 BOURKE STREET. (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar.) SALES conducted at Newmarket Tuesday, Sheep ; Wednesday Cattle. Corporation Yards, Thurs day, PigBand Calves; Friday, Dairy end Store Stock. Snnbury, third "Saturday in each month. TRAFALGAR SALES First, and Third Saturday in Each Month Mathieson & Davis YARDS. .Mirboo $£orth Thursday, Feb. 17 '2 p.m. The Yar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

We have Just Stdfked Hundreds of Roils of the Very Latest Patterns. ■'Corrie ahd Make an Inspection of the Stock. fpSiSsS i-l'h I rJ *, *\'v - We have a Well-Selected Stock of Groceries, Ironmongery, -Crockery, Glassware, &c., &c., gggf Which we are Disposing of at Low Prices. in Our DRAPERY and CLOTHING Department We are Showing tfje Latest Winter Goods, and have a Large Stock of Coats, ore. BOOTS AND SHOES. . - ^ We have the Largest Stock in Mirbob North to Choose from. The Best of Brands. A BIG ASSORTMENT'OF ELECTROPLATE Always on Hand, BED AMD- BEDDlNGu^^^^^ F s C B;i2' 15 Gih 1Q ;Gi - •C^, hp* icO '<ts& <£2« eSdx da \s^ «-? « Sc' Lime. ticks, irbn, Hard and Soft Wood, 8a y5 si, ay ... ■^9 iSSk ^3 f?7!\ Jfc • r' ^ i ^tj If CP ISs^la, In fact wd can Supply you with Anything you want—from a Pair of Boots to Building you a House of the Latest Design. Give us your Patronage ; we Guarantee Satisfaction. HIrB^W3 v ' - #, esa*^» 1 ip e®rpm....

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[?] 'Phail Bros' Pig Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

H'i'liail IJros' I'ijr Sale. Only about i,Soo yarded for this week's sales. Stores—In this division tiie supply was only .moderate, consisting chit fly of well-grown, moderate-conditioned sorts, including a'few pens of slips and suckers. The competition of local fanners was steady, consequently prices ■were about maintained. Best made 26s 1030s ; slips, 14s to 25=, according to quality ; suckers, 11s to 20s, very few of this'class being penned. Porkers—A representative attendance of buyers, and piiees remained at about late ra es, prime making 3S1 to 435 ; extra, 44s to 45s ; light, from 35^. Bacon—The demand was again ani mated, and prices ruled firm at last week's rates. Prime, 70s to "jSs ; extra 79s to S3S; few faimers' lots to ^4 Ss 6d ; our top price, for 9 of Messrs Bantock and Son, Thorpdale ; J. Smith Leonsatha, S6s ; E. J. Jones, Dumbalk 85s 6d ; prime light and medium weights, 63s to 69s; intermediate, from 50s.'

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