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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

PLUMBING. T. DATE WISHES to announce that he has commenced business in Commer cial street, near the Shire JIalJ, as a Plumber. He is prepared to undertake all kinds of repairs at reasorable rates. Orders left with him will receive prompt attention Tanks, Baths, Chimney.", &c, fo order. Water laid on. CSr Country Jobs attended lo. T. DATE, Plumber, * .Commercial titrnet. Kuruuiburra. Hoots and Siioes. A WRENCH, General Hootmaker, of • Mine Road, wishes -to aiiuouiue that be has had his premises enlarged, and now carries a large stock of all kinds of boots and shoes. Boots made to Order. Bepairs.done Promptly and Cheap, A. WRENCH, Bootmaker^ ^INE BOAP, KORUAIBUfiRA

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN FANNY BURNEY'S GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

|N FANNY BURNEY'S GARDEN/ ' , An amusing account of tlie horti cultural pursuits—and ineptitude—of General d'Arblay, the French emigre who became Fanny Burney's hus band, is given in an article in the "Cornhill" by Sir Henry Lucy: — The young couple began their mar ried life in apartments in a farm house on the summit of Bagden Hill. Thence they moved to a somewhat larger cottage at Bookham. Finally, when "Camilla" proved a financial success, they built themselves a house 011 the outskirts of Norbury Park, known during their residence as "Camilla Cottage." From the first, AI. d'Arblay, con scious of inadequacy to bear his fair share in the wherewithal for meeting the' cost of the little household, de veloped a fearsome frenzy for gar dening. . Pursuit of the vocation in volved ? him in delightfully ludicrous dilemmas.. Writing under date April, 17P4, from . the cottage at Bookliam, •'the' young- wife says:— , f.VThink. "otL-'our /horticultural shock last week when Mrs."Bailey, our l...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Korumburra Co-operative Butter Factory. BOARD MEETING. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 h. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

Sorumburra Co-operative Butter Factory. B0A.11D MKE'lMNlr. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8 h. Present:—"Messrs ' J. Aaderson (chairman). T. S. Outran," T. K. Ad 4n,'E. Fitzgerald, A, Alp, E. M'Grath, and P. E. Kurle,'. ■ • Tin manager (Mr J. Prcud) sub mi.fc'd the following fortnightly re ports: — For the ' fortnight • ended l),ecim'i« 20 h, Cream received, 139 dodj lJL'owt 1 qr. I9jbs; butter manu factu el, 69 tons 11 cwt 2 qrs 11 lbs ; butter fat received, 59 tons 18 cwt 12 lb; net overrun, 9.tons 18 cwt 1 qr 26 9 lb3. Grade percentages, butter fat—Superfine, 96 5 per cent., firsts 8 5 per cent. Butter fat prices, fortnight—Superfine 11:1-1, firsts 10£, Melbourne 11J1. Butter sales totalled (38 tons 13 cwt 3 qcs 28 lbs. Egga received, 106 dozens aud -1; sold 94 dozen and 3.- For the fortnight ended January 8, Cream received 122 tons 5-cwt 1 qr 27 .lbs; butter manu factured. 62 tons 8.cwt 3.qrs 121bs butter fat received, 58 tons 12.cwt 1 qr 8,7 lbs; net overrun, 8 tons 16. cwt 2 qrs 3.3 lbs. G...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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EXPERIENCE IMPERATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

EXPERIENCE IMPERATIVE. II. requires the same treatment of' good 1r.dpjr.Gnt and perseverance to sucr.eed in the poultry business as it does in other lines of business. There are not any more adverse conditions to encounter than there are in other lines. ]3ut about the first time a pou ltry-ralBcr encounters a really dis couraging tiling, his enthusiasm Buf fers such a shock as to make recovery doubtful. There is not another busi ness that can bo mentioned the pro duct of which is in greater demand. Then, why should large "numbers of people who enter it continue to fail? The greatest reason is because a great majority of those who take up poultry-raising do so without any pre vious knowledge of the business. The next great reason is because of the continued problems which come up daily to bo solved, and which, if not solvsd with good judgment, lead to positive disappointment and loss. Thirdly, becauso profits do not roll in a i fast as they had been led to be- . lievo they would by t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

Make Your District Known Concerning some parts of the district news cjnies hut seldom. This is not the fault of ilie Editor, for he has no miracu- J lous power of knowing whiit is happening in all the places i:i the area of circulation., It is the fault of residents in the silent places. . . Will some ruan or women take the flatter ou huud and cause ttio silence to cease I Jf no ono else is doing it for your dit; triqtS; will YUU try ou these lines ' £end accounts of public and social pvents in your tqwi^hip or uuiL'bboi hood, such as weddings, deaths accidents, con certs, matters touching industries, etc. Do not bother about grammar or spel ling ; it is the Editor's work to look after those triflos. The barest skeleton is nough. Writo on 0110 si !e of the paper only. Give informa ion, biit let criticism alone. Write your name in <"oib corner—not for printing, but to prov • i-nntl faith. A. B. Crubtroo's is the placo fur all) of pood tiyota. < \ !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

Lyndhurst Club Hotel, Corner of ALBION and LI'GON STS. EAST BRUNSWICK. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. e. zktxr^iljE. ROBT. G1_SHEG0jG. BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Commercial Street, KOROMBUKRA. Commissioner for takin? Allilavitsin Victoria, Now South Walu?, and High Court. Mr. R. MELLfl R, BARRISTER and SOLICITOR. Cemmercial Street, Korumburra. mid at 317 Collins Strebt, MelLourn .Trusty or other moneys to- loud at. lowe.si rates of interest. PHOTOGRAPHY For Artistic Portraiture Visit , DART'S PORTRAIT STUDIO. New Up-to-date Studio and Dressing Room. t{5}" Certificate.", Presentation* and I!; luminated Addresses a Speciality. Style and Finish Guaranteed. Prices lteasonable. I*. A. DAKT Chief Operator Wedding and Family G roups arranged for at Studio or at private addross. C3" Photos copied & enlarged. Note Address— Hurt's Studios. Mine Uoud. Near Post Oflico, KuuuMiiuititA. The Ohiiiuion Timvktwpor—WcisscrV Lever Watches—Price 2U.J, only. I con lid ntly auarinteo this Watch to he a thorou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

J O stand this Season at KOXUWAI* (near Koruuiburra), the Imported Stalliou Right iSoyal. i g itlinkhnolic 10 Eatap'an 3 .3 c Quuun Mary 't Stockwcll 3 2 Aliuu % ■Jcu tl'Esprit -f ^. ■V Jlouilon 1 Stockwcll 3 j a - Flax. '. ■ X ■ o Butraat Orlutido 13 ' a Flight - lIum4itou 10 Lord Olifiluu 2. 5. | Liuly Longdeii s ■ Princess King Tom 3 I ~ Miss Lincoln Barcaldine 23 Solon 23 £ zl 5 | Uallyroe 1 AMosia Sterlin 12 . > Egyti«n During tlie current term the Eugiish be tottc'ii stallion lilght ltoyal, a youug liorse laiuuiar to habitues of our racecourses, takes mi resilience at Kougwak, .Mr. J. .Vi'lviiinoii s .1 iiiiibumia property, in the ijippslaiid district, where a well-known I .Utisket descendant served that gentleman's .purposes in .a. Hire capacity for a miniber . >t years. Mr. M'Kliinon will be cougratu- ' Milieu oiiliuviiig taken over a liiglily-broU, .virile young animal, and in introducing i fresh strain of blood into a district where in outcross should be highly estee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

PITTS' - POiaOiV; CD WHEAT-. For .Destroying Kats, Mlee, Dpurowl and Parrot*. etc. It la ttie only cartam and cenuin* preparation. Jletuaa all imi tation*. la M. (lan* i/-) yeiiow sMktna; l/i rar*«rn* Hr*. Peace does not dwell in outward things, but within the mind; we may preserve it in the midst of the bitter est pain, if our will remain firm and submissive. Peace in this life springs from acquiescence even in disagree able things, not in an exemption from suffering. FOR CHUjDREN TEETHING, 'here Is nothing equal to KERNOT'» »OOTH ING POWDERS. They are a safe and certain ramedy; V- pkt».; posted 1/1 stampa. KJiiRNOT, Chenuat, GMUjOITQ. God made man first; then He made woman; then He felt so sorry for man that Ho imade—tobacco. The pleasure we best enjoy is that we have divided with others. AT Hlsb-Claaa Swedish Separators available t Prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our Introduction of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" has dealt a death-blow to Exorbitant Prices charred by our competitors. MA3CB NO MIS...

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The Only Sort. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

The Only Sort. Bachelor: Don't you think a talka tive woman is more popular with men , than any other kind? [ Benedict: What other kind is there?

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THE VIXEN. (By Arrangement with Ward, Look and Co., Melbourne.) (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XLIV. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

THE VIXEN. By LEWIN FITZHAMON: r. IBy Arrangement with Ward, 'Look . and Co., Melbourne.);>: • (AH Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XLIV. Lady Pettigew stood in the witness box, All trace of tears had gone; one' might almost say, all trace of woman, too. it was the little vixen, Polly Hemmings. who stood there, with .louged cheeks and blackened lashes. That make-up had a significance; it was y. challenge to_ the: world. Lady Pettigew had fallen'from her high es tate.; As S.UiStone had stripped all thei-airs and prettnces from off the Countess, I'aiiny sank lower and low er in misery; and, Humiliation until she touched the bottom. Then came re action There was no longer ' any need of ■ pretence, of airs, of graces, so Folly llominini-s cast them . grimly aside, ar.il- asiumed • the fighting spirit of old Joe Hemmings in their-place. Therefore, was she made up to hide the ravages of the night's strug gle, but she was ostentatiously made up as a challenge to all her fine friends who crowde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

N«w Pharmacy, 1SI So aria Kt. By ▲yfolBtmut (« Mil Bxcell»m«7 tk« C^Ttmor-^BirsUj tt.FRANCIS&C? Importers of Air Beds and Cushions, Enemac, Silk Elastic Stockings, Bandages, Galvanic Batteries, Abdominal Belts, Trusses, and 6urglcal Appliances generally. Send for Price List—Forwarded Poet Free. ORDERS BY POST promptly attended to and deepatched on day of receipt. 280 BOURKE STREET. BRANCH PHARMACY, 111 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. FOR DEBILITY A/ « / a, ■» "■"••Tir... INDIGESTION. jFl(lQIlt EVERYWHERE $ . - - faJ A1149.

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The Two Financiers. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

The Two Financiers. One day two Loudon fmanoiers wlio were partners, discovered that an oflice boy in ,th.eir; employ had been tampering with the petty cash. . One of them was so much enraged ,tliat he desired to send for the police forthwith, hut the other was a calm ,and just man. He took a more moder ate and human view of the situation. •■"Nay, nay, partner," he said, let us always remember that we began in a small, way . ourselvee."

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CHAPTER XLV. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 15 January 1914

CHAPTER XLV. Mr. Penistone Cott begged to bo al lowed to make a statement to the Court. He would not have been in a position to withdraw and make the statement he proposed to make had not the jury stopped the case owing to the admissions of Mr. Ernest Sib stone and Lieutenant Ingram. He now thought it was his duty, in the interest of both plaintiff and defend ant, to come forward as a free agent. He wished to depose as follows: -He had' been standing at the door of Lady Pettigew's dressing-room during the discussion as to whether she should wear the pearl necklace in question or the diamond tiara; he advised the latter. He heard Miss Burney's comment, which was of a jesting nature, and he saw Lady Pet tigew throw the necklace on tlie floor; he expostulated with her, but motives ot delicacy refrained Uim from enter ing her dressing-room to pick it up. In obedience to Lady Pettigew's re quest that he should run over, .his part with her before "going on," he retired to his dressing-roo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

l o Slauvl this season at the owusr's farm, liougwak. LORD WALLACE. : l'KUlGKKlJ. ••l.UKL) WA1.1.ACI-:'* ifoalcd WOl). Wr® Lord Dundouald Ul.yJ'J- N ^vrnt siud li.Vlta liy £5. GtbSOU, l-OllttUk stuu ■ i'unn. V.iii Venn. Lord Uuiidoiiald, h*[J» i while lawe, wuite «u near totu too't .mar bind loul. !• oaled May, •;»v Walter S. I'arK HuUvu, i».aUojaou, .tcnfrewsbito, Scotland, anil >l','J^!\,Ski> "wu j. \V. Gibson iwiu He well-known •recder, James Kilpatr ck, of UaWi Kilmarnock, Scotland. slie, Loyal •Jarrlck llU,~iU), bred . £°x,\-hSirT* bv .\huckduii. Dam, ivutc 1'aik J. u* iTiuct Alexander (Sfe'J'J).- Graud dam. Hat; tou lleanty lo'jST), 1>.V Darnlcy U--J- 4 :uaydil'bTl gr1 damf liill, \.y Voting rt-l'liu('furcs0ius pedigree sliows that ^ord iiundonald Is w:e ol the must fashionably >icd horses ot the day. lie is of good su , rrcat style and uuality, liis leg>, uct and ..asterns being all that could be deblud. At the l-'euwick Farmers society show Scotland;, in the o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

Premier Coach Factory & Shoeing Forge R, Boston . Coachbuilder and. General Blacksmith, Badovick-St., KORUMBURRA TBLEPHOITE 2STO. 11. Vehicles of every desa iption built to order REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. TIRING' DON 13 DAILY. Puinting & Trimming clone at shortest notice New and Second-hand Buggies cheaper than Melbourne. SHOEING DONE 33 "3T .A. First-class Shoeing Smitli C>:PI£ BEOS., "OUR TAILORS and HATTERS" Commercial Street, KORUMBURRA Beg to announce that thoy havo Importod a Largo Stock of The Best English Made Hats In all SHADES and STYLES anil these they are Selling at VEKY LOW PRICES. HN-SZPECTIOISr IHVITED KINK SHL.HCTION OP I'.KST COLON [.A L, WEST OK ENG I,A NO, SCOTCH AND HUSH TWKRD8. All llic Latest Suitings Just Arrived. Give OUB XAILOBB" » Trial. ' Satisfaction Guaranteed. ;i * t O Stand Una season ai ivONUWAlt (near lvoriimlmna), the Imported Stalli'uu Right Royal. lilitiklioolic 10 Alitic liouitoi] 1: Hctrual Hampton 10 Princesa Hiiro-,-ildiuu ...

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Make Your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

Make Your District Known Concerning somn parts of the district uows comes hilt seldom, This is not th I fault of the Editor, for he bus 110 mirucu I lous power of knowing what is happening in :ill the phces in the urea qf circulation. It is tho fault cif residents \u the siltfin places. Will some man or women take tho mutter on hand and cause tho silence to coase ? If no ono else is doing it for your dif> triets, will YOU try on these lines? Send accounts of public and ."ocial events in your township or neighborhood, such as wcddiimp, deaths', accidents, 'con verts, matters touching industries, ctc. Do not bother about grammar or spel ling ; it is the ISditor's work to look after lliusu trillus. Tho barest skclututi is enough. Writo on 0110 side of tho paper only. (Jive, information, bnt lot nitioism alonp. ■ - Write ynnr name in some corner—not for printi'iiy, but"to prove good faith. D. UrabtrcuV is lliu |ilacu for all,1 kinds of good boots. ':

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UNFORTUNATE BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

i UNFORTUNATE BLUNDERS. By Wm. North. The wisdom of the "little people" is a subject of never-failing charm to those who love them, and it is with a certain, degree of hesitation that Ij draw your attention to one or two curious instances of what may be termed "unwisdom." They are worth studying, because they throw some light on the vexed question of instinct versus reason. No subject is better ( worth attention, none more frequently misunderstood, lor many an action which wo carelessly assign to intelli gence is really the result of instinct. A bird does not learn to build a nest nor does it reason out the best way ol setting to work. It simply fol lows its instinct and acts as countless generations of its kind have done in the past. Remmber such a busy work er cannot bo said to be following the example of its parents since it never saw them at work. Even better in stances of this may be found amongst the teeming members of the insect world, for they are usually orphans at the time...

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The Heaith of Our Women [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

The Heaith of Our Women Tlii is a sul-ject tlmt compels mention and eonsideKition.. ■ Every woman lias a special duty .to perform in this woild but she cannot; .do it properly unless she has ,^o.id nei.ltii. : It is an accepted t'aet that , we must have healthy mothers ; to have healthy children. Ait institution' that makes a speciality of the health of women is the "Natura" Health Co , and we . arc glad to say that many : liuhdixd; of women in Mclbou lie and • Victoria are today; singing the praises of .this Company . and speaking of- the wonderfnl cures eflected by (.heir fainous .Nat.ura Treat ment. This treatment is a simple i and inexpensive one and with it as'ailablc. to women, they : need not know what'ill-liealth is. Mrs D. A1 .Clifford is. the Superintendent in charge, < and .will be pleased to give any futlier information regarding the Treatment to anyone calling' at tliu Comp ny's Rooms, 19 Elizabeth Street Melbourne or .writing to her.• .No charge is made for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

ASSURANCE GO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. FIRE. ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY. CGS3ES PAID EXCEED £85,000.000, .-loam by BUSH FIRES Bit* by LICHTMHa an nuift good by thM Company, AGENTS WANTED. gff"461 to 471 BOURKE ST., —- Melboubne, BAicrrr a co, ito., amrts. Pickled Pears.—To four and a-half founds of fruit allow one pound and arhalf ,of sugar, one pint of good wine or cider- vinegar, a little cinnamon, and the rind of a lemon. Peel the Pears, which should foe just on the verge of ripeness, halve them, and re move the corea. Boil together the riftegar and sugar, skimming it Ihor - .oughty. Put in the peara with the cin namon and lemon-rind,- and simmer ■over nuclear fire until the fruit is ten der. Then lift out the pears and place Lthem in jars and pour the hot syrup ■over them. Alter a -week drain off .the fiyrup, re-boil it, and again pour tt-ovor fie fruit When cold fastcu flown, eccurelj'. t Proatloe-»t, East St Kilda. 8ejitem'jer L', 1915. jc,Sw Jf'/S"?1', m.2tber °r eleven chll «reW...

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Show Dates, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

Show Dates, 1914. Dalyston—Wednesday, Feb. -1, *11 Lauglnng, Wednesday, Feb. 11, '14 Koruniburru, Wednes., Feb. 18, Ml Lifongiiihu, WudtK'S., Feb, 25, 19M Foster, Wednesday, March d. 1911 Baayip, Wednesday,. March 11, '1-1 ' At the Agricultural. meeting on Saturday afternoon, several humorous items occurred which tended to brighten proceedings. The committee were earnestly discussing the system of punching tickets at the gate, when one of the members said that at the last show he escaped from receiving injury as iristcad of his tickets being punched lie nearly got punched. Later in the meeting when appoint ment of gatekeepers was receiving attention, the secretary gave a testi mony as to the faithful way that olli cial had carried out his, duties. He referred to a person who endeavored to obtain admission without his ticket, but was met with blank refusal. The member was going to. use more forcible means to get into the ground when the gatekeeper pulled out a revolver and pointed it...

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