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DARING OPERATION KNIFE FOR TUBERCULOSIS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
DARINO OPERATION KNIFE FOR TUBERCULOSIS Tremendous strides have been made of late years in the treatment of tuber culosis (says "Lloyd's Weekly News" of January iS). and one of the greatest appears to have been due to the sur gcons at Guy's Hospital, who, greatly daring, are declared to have made a remarkable advance in the treatment of certain forms of disease. Recent researches have led doctors to suppose that many conditions of chronic Ill-health, such as nervous debility. rheumatism, and other disorders, are due to poisoning set up by unhealthy conditions of the large intestine, and it has even been suggested that the lowering of vitality resulting from such poisonihg is favorhble to the develop ment of cancer and tuberculosis. It was felt that if the large intestine could be safely removed the result would be a tendency to healthy longe vity in the individual; but surgeons were deterred from the obvious opera tion by a knowledge of other functions performed by this part of the ...
PROSPECT RESERVE. Annual School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
PROSPECT.·-ILUIU~ RESERVE.-1 ~ .-·-i , ,:Annual School Picnic;. The second annual school picnic inh connection with thle Prdspect summer schiool:w.ais held on Tuesday. The wea th6eir ·.aS fine and cool, and there wanp :la arge attendance. The spcrts began at halfpaast 10. A\t 12 o'clock an ad Journiment was made for dinner, and .at 3 o'clock thile children assembled at the hall for their tea. There were about 100 present. When they had fin ished, over 100 of the parents and friends were attenlded tn by the la dies, lwho had made great preparations for the e\'ent, which in every way was it success. Mr. Jno. IHenebery took the oDlIortunity, on behalf of the cam paigners. to thank thle ladies ifor tlhei success that had attt!ded their efforts. The sports wxere concluded at i clock. Messrs. 3tto. 1l-enebery and S. lin\\kins acted as judges: colmittee, .lessLrs, J,an. Sin)psonl. -lturbeck, Jllo. 'artledge, Geeo. ('artledge, J. I'endle buty. C'OOmlllel C. Smllithl, Dean, F. i'urt:s. G. Vi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
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DISTRICT NEWS. THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
e DISTICT i.EWS.: t a?: k etOig of the school i emniit tee last weekl iorbit was decide fi that shoutd. the Eduicationi D piutmeucit fail to carry out ncessar ii iepa::. ii-s- and~ii?l terations n hich alue bheerbirought 'c~ne~iid:: o?.10i?.. ,? er-:? tire:teeihbi4: uJile. thenlie n-otice sof often, by cor? : munication 1 frot- the-; corresponhdent and ~ulso bs thie Parlianmentairy repre sentati- es o thei r diustet;:i stfeip:': b tiakeinto haliave the health ;oti?er: ot the Avo? . oSirel-to repiort ~: n the ?in tttieri ha31 0.. . Conior has : generously onse imeted to look utei:the telephone lio hold the resiidents siicci:s eetd in get ting: aindue const?uictedr d, Tile p earti -Li hollin has the matter in hithd cuineting da ta re-quireis by the dp ert. mient beforie tie - line; f rill e ont'id ereid A: s c:: onsiderab'lnile amounit of in -: oriiatioin is as ...ked for.:::'.:' StaCiintgaha beein veiry destructixe on fiuit il'- season, tiw~ing no doubt to the-lonig ~spell of ' dry f...
MEN AND DYNAMITE SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR TROUBLES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
MEN AND DYNAMITE SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR TROUBLES (By Stephen Black, in "The Daily Mail.") The present trouble on the Rand, fromn where is drawn practically the whole of the world's regular gold supply, originated largely in the tragic deeds of last July 4 and 5. It may vaguely have come from still farther back, but shape and definition emerged six months ago. South Africa. the graveyard of states men's reputations, has problems which no other country on earth possesses; and the wisest men have failed time and again to cope with them. Certainly the Botha Government prior to last July understood little of the Hand's real soul; the soul of a wild, reck less race of men jumbled together among scholars, mining mathemati cians, younger sons, and other remlit tance men. Tile same spirits that re belied against the Kruger Governmetii and the children of these ilen are on the Rand to-day; and the fatality of their affairs is that the)' are governed as Kruger governed them-fronl a town only thir...
PUCCINI INSPIRED BY BARGES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
PUCCINI INSPIRED BY BARGES Signor Giacomo Puccini. the f tmous Italian composer, who has been pay ing a lightning visit to London, went last night to a rehearsal of "The Dar ling of the Gods," which Sir Herbert Tree is reviving at His Majesty's Thea tre. for the composer Is in search of a subject for a new opera. "'The chief reason for my presence in London to-day," he said to a "Daily Express" representative. "is pressure of private business. But, at the same time, whenever I come to London I am always glad of the opportunity to visit the theatres, for I am a great admirer of the English stage, and so it comes that I have made up my mind to see 'The Darling of the Gods.' in the hope that it might prove to be a suitable subject for an opera. I shall do my best to visit a rehearsal this evening. for I leave Englana for Italy at an early date. "I have seen 'Mr 1Vu.' and I liked it very much. both for its originality and the splendid manner in which it is sta.ed. "I may tell you," he a...
FEDERAL MINISTRY'S POSITION. NO HONOUR, NO USEFULNESS. Sydney, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
FEDERAL MINISTRY'S POSITION. NO. Hc)NOQ'R, Nt) IU SEFL LN5~$S . Sydney, Sunday. ThI. Primtie Minister t M.Ir. took). speaking at Sanrtulghain yestcrday, gsaid thlat ihe trusted tihat the Liberals in Ne S\\ outh 'tWales would halt\e tine to recupleratle bicltoe betig called ulpe tO participate ii anotherl election, but thie ottlool, was that a [edhral e'ce tloll \\lts \itl itig tey t'Sooin. anlLd ho hoped that Liberals alt ,\ler A Lst'rala were. gettlillg their foirl'cs r?eidy. " I dare say, he went ott, "\ could keep on as we did last session, but there is no hlonour, no tusetulnless, ill a positiort such as that. 1 ha?Ve made up my mInild I canlnot stay ill tihle re spousible positionl I hold to-day un less the people give tUe an acceassluon of strength. I hope we, as LibetitIs, will liever resort to the tricks and subterfl.ges that are practised by thle uther side in order to stay in power anld enljoy- etlllolulllments of office. Lib era?t?nl Imcanlls contstituitiollal rule. will ...
THE CHIEF JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
:.:: THE CHIEF JUSTICE. I:.T plttic:t!al and legal circles it is :uiderstood that Sir John Madden, the Chief Justice, who is in his 70th .vcar. would be Pl pared so retire from the CSulreme ( Coui't Bench but f-r the fact ;tht theire is ilsutictient in the penesion i. fund provided for the pur' pose. to padY' the Ien.ti. t. whit.h lihe .woul be entitled. ,it}Iartletv TWilliams and Sit Ed rd.?Holro'oyd, two f irm,.r Snupr,.. ?'Cb'ur dges, draw £I,0 .. v?ar ,anh. making £300 in all d t, : , t n! aitn naial appropriatiot i.- £a1,: " u:d-r ~cicdule 3) of ith c-ns-i-.- ion n't. There is, theref -re, ?.n , ,a ,ir to spare, whilt , 1.-, w,, t h. r - (qulred to provid. t~ h i ance to which sir ,,hn Mimi .upnn resign.?ti,_n l tntith d. Sir Johll .11adsh';l \,0,. ;alq int?.d ( hief .ustit ' t ligh! .?, r " 5 ,ar. ago, and ii t'"P rti t,, th,' tine h'e hais s-.ri\ t , It-, li"n. h b ' t oia les la.v: .a? it i?: ,,Icially statt?.,. thanl . te- ,ii " d.'" h :.,'
BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
BABIES. Babies are Australia's best immi granlts, but inl many homnes baby does not appear, greatly to the disappoint ment of husband and wife. Ladieu so disappointed are strongly advised to consult the highly-qualiljed lady re presentative of the "Natura" Health Co., Mlelbourne, on her. next visit, and lcarnl fromn her how the blessing of motherhood can be made easily pos sible by means of the wonderful "Natura" Hlome Treatment that has brought "baby" to so many homes, restored thouslands of women and girls to perfect health, and saved many an operation. No charge what ever Is made for thlle consultation or ladvice. NextL visit takes place on Tuesday, l31st Mlarclh, when the com panty's representative may be seen at the Club Hotel from 10 to 7.30. Mean while, send Id postage for free "Na lura'' HlLalth Guide, glving valuable information on the subject, to Dept. U.N., "Naturxa" leilth Co., 49 EllM-e abeth-atree~ Melbourne.
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKETS. FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKETS. FAT SHEEP. ." Yarded about 0, 00.: Quotations Prime crossbred 'etliers~; 20/ to 2"3/ extra do. do., 2/6 to 24/; . fewn to 26/; good do do., '17/6 to 19/;.second ind inferior; 14/ to 1/i.:prime cross b)red eowes, 17/6 rto 19/;. extra .do.do, "0/ to. 22/6; a ? ,a;: to .27/ ; good:do. do;, 14/6 to .16/6;' second do. 0,-1/ to 13/6; inferior -ansid old, --8/6 :up) wnrds; prinme merino wetheraS, -18/I to "0/; -extra do. do., 21/: to 23/4 .good do. do., 15/6 to 17/; -second do do. 12/ to 14/6:, inferior, from 10/6;, with merino enes, '.6 to -15/; :-:few%, t( 1,/6. FAT LAMBIS; 10,000 weret penned. Qiiotations: Prime sold at 14/. to 15/9, exti-a b-sol at 16/ to 17/9; a-fewato "1/,; good sold from -12/6 to 13/9; ·econd sold from 10/6 to 12/; ififerior anid :smialli: from 9'. FAT CATTLE. 3 ,60 yarded. Quaotaitions:-- Prime pens ofe bullocks: £11// to .£13; extra do.: £13/10/ to £15 good do ;£9/10/ to £11; good ;medium-we'ghits, £9/6/ to £10 ~-' good light ?aid handy we...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XVIII. THE GAUNTLET IS CAST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
[he Great Montamor Case. By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authorets of "The Knave of Hearts," CHATr"] E ~llk I. ItlE G.\tNTLAT IS CASIT. It was a sultry smmuer day ; the sun pouretd down on tile pavements sith merciless power. 'iThe grass in itparks a isihbly browning. The bthse pthoroughires were crowded in the Shade--enpllt tut for a few edt"strians where the sunshine blis tred and flizzitrl Gtwendolen Hallidare sat at her writing-table in hier shady drawing rioni shatdy lice'use of wetted tat ties slnd outsi!e blinds. Lilies and white sweet"' pas, with fernlls, were in the howls -i vases. A little iountain fed wi-v; rose-water played in the shaded talconi--a now idea of hers. Its trici!ling suggested cool ils, just. "as ir ,e dinitig-roolim be Sther biz hl'umls ' ice ailllong ferns not only s-g..a'sted cold, but tem pered the heat. That day exe'rytthinig connected with Lord Molntaltor seemlled to her clear as the purest crystal. She was miserable. .Au active tight was at work within her betwee...
SALE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
SALE BOROUGH COUNCIL. ' \L 'Mondi y n igi h t s mh .,.ting of t hi borouh'!.~ connetll th :lo \Vtrl' pre' entH - Tlh,, .\1 yor (4' . , nilit:Lnl, mal I' 's. 13l'thtn.1,V ()\ver'?ln , [.inlegun , I? 'unn ID ,' Kels[?'5, Frutcher, \\ldn~t' andO byoul. Correspondence. ,'irot 1 u-'blic I lt-htu tl lepaltl'l ini t, inviting att'nktiit t nt i'egk- utlatiois kitmdie )y thit hoi? rd on tib?. ,nue It 2, pro viding for tihe cleansing f all drink ing utelltnils, ete, use'd :it i'efreoselllnt booths, etc.. at sports i Iiettings initil places of recreation, and1i askiing that steps- be taken to strictly enforce saiile.-Referred to inspector. :.:F'rom :same, requesting that strict supervi'sion be .exercised over lfislh nmongers'- shops, intd hanlkers' bar "ows with a ? i:e,:to pre\'enting u n sund ish .bieing sold to. tfhe public Reerried to i-spectoi Y .ri'omn :: Mr :J?'B. tIallcett R1 ay;mondd stircet, Sale, stating that he has dis posed of his lanid in Mafcalistex treet westetd: this ~iife and...
STRAIN ON THE NAVY POSITION DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
STRAIN ON THE NAVY POSITION DISCUSSED. (B3y Rear-Admiral A. T. Mahan, in "The Daily Maill.") The naval position of Great Britain is a composite of two distinct factors. These are the general International situation, in so far as Great Britain may be therein involved by her inter ests or her dangers, and the amount of naval force disposable to secure those interests and to meet those dan gers. These two things represent the lefensive and offensive elements of a military situation. At the present moment the mere securlty of the British Islands is con ceived to be so far imperilled that it has prompted a radical change in the distribution of the British Navy, the leading feature of which is the con centration around the islands them selves of a very large majority of the battleship force. Subordinate to thlis, but directly related to it, has been the withtldrawal--the drawing back-of the Mediterranean Fleet from Malta to Gibraltar as its definite headquarters. Students of military hist...
STRIKES NOT CRIMINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
STRIKES NOT CRIMINAL. i i, i ?o i i - u-d l u- Uitel. .1 r. 11. I,'. tin!l, t l,. . ttor'n,. -ti'llt'r !.! ,t iis init ii a lit , l' e s '?e c ,t i'iigt ,i, the- A1 r,.,es-iu- lply. ,*ljel t?-, u reti e iiii ll' ii" t ;l itn 1i' ~i I·I~r ows i a. i th i et i .tl'i t .l+? ifll P 1'. \t li en tlt'ICt'et d tht . kit.-. i- i t :i rhnil .al l , l l ll. T el?, rl i ilklj',, -t1 l ii Sitf l t i L u tn1 l 1F 11t , _Ca c i in ' te n. t re it. !. a 0'l1 himsin i ],i". tln i a;t lcivit'1az ?," t M \inistry whlich torf,,tetd tht+ ,':n:tue. ]!Hd t,, ,utir , ; .itudgmn~t~ of holt, !?' b-t ele '. to et'sahish his- point. l'h&lt;' .nti iil l i'it is tt i the effect that :ii t i f .tri-iii tl -d- y i, not - nriti nal oltTIlla , il b ail the I e-lt f i" int n:&lt; is i t tlln ts he :1 ivil Th e - , T i&lt; VIS Iit S to io the tl e leatd+'l of the?- Opplositioin, for" he .,, ,tly -.in . '* iiiitS niot iimpris Tlll ntll follow\ dofauttl inl p llltym ln of a1 Iil?.' '* o,," wa';s...
YARRAM SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
T ARRAM. SPORTS. I At the above sports on XWednesday there was a good attendance, hotwith standing the heat of the ,weather, 'and the fact that fires were burning in the surrounding hills. tA sum of £29 was taken at the gates, iindependent of members' tickets. The sports pro gramme was of an excellent character; and some of the larger countrj towns could take pattern by it; the events being footracing (for which some of the cracks competed), log-chopping (which was very interesting), Gretna Green and fugitive races on horseback (very exciting. and some good horsemanship was shoWii by the many competitors),; sheaf-throwing, etc. The principal event was the theffield Handicap, which was won by W. Coloei a close finish to a* find. race. The 440 and 220 y.ardi' handi caps were both won by Hartley, with H. Thornley second. The standing block chop was won by Rindell, and the lying chop by Reid. F. MJ'Corkell' won the sheaf-throwing (101bs.).' At the concert in the evening, by ?Madame Lena...
STRATFORD SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
I.!: ) Jlnsn~~c fl- Uknfod Thus. Urelieny, Sale: J. 1uurke, Strat ford; 11. CLurl'ra, Stratfulrd; \V. Mluckle tratford; L'. Stcwart, Stratford; " tJak Tur, Stratford; " E. liamil toui, Stratufrd: " tlu? i nc Endi. Stratford: ",.. iDonaldson, tr.ttfurd: L. Nas\ , Strattord, J. C. 3l' lMrrnai Stratford: ' Rob Roy, "' Stratlordi; P* . Charlton, ' Stratford. Sheflield Ilandicap.-- A. WV. Color, Stratford-: . . Hartley, South Mel bouurne; J. A\V. Beckwith, South Mel bourne; E. May, Burnley; L.: Sheehan, Sale; J. a. Roberts, Cowwarr; C. Stew art, Stratfordi J. L. Gove, Clydebank; J. BourRe,. . Stratford;- TVi ; Bourke; Stratford;. Gueenn .Endi;,-." Strat ford;: ) D.: Bourke, Stratfordi H.: M Thornley, Sle; 'V. Cupit, Sale- A.-:k. Biggs, -Blackburn; -Thos. Brehenv, Sale; A C. .ilson, Melbourne. . .*lHurdle; Race.--M. W. Coloe,: Strat ford; J. W. Beckwith, South Mel bourne; 1F. A Clark, 'Maffra; 3J. ..T HassettL3 Briagolong; N?. S. .Wickllanm 'Traralgon; W. 13ourke,. Stratfoid;' W.' Muckle,...
TROUBLES OF THE ORBOST COACH. Orbost, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
TROUBLES OF- THE ORBOST: COACH.; -------~-- Orbost, Saturdaiy. The Cann River coach arrived .this afternoon a day behind titme.. The proprietor and driver . (Mr. T. Macal ister) had a veryi trying -time. He-left the Cann River Hotel. n Wednesday afternoon, but after proceeding .a few miles -had- to turn back, the..road be ing . blockiedi. itth -fallen timber .,tihe result of bush fires:. Three rien went out, and worked all: nigiht clearing the track, and the coach was able to proceed next iorning. Wlien the coach reached the Bell Bird Creek Ho tel a fierce bush fire blocked further progress. The liorses were taken out of. the. cach, and the driver ard Mr. A. Le Page, a passenger, were having lunch, when a large tree fell, miissing the coach by a few feet. Mr. Le Page'i. "n going out to see .if any damage had been done, found that a coat and horse rug on-the seat were on fire.:.-He put the fire out, and then noticed that two bags containing vegetables resting on top of the mail bags ...
ROWING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
ROWING: At the meeting of thle Easter Regat ta committee on Tuesday flight Mr. Phillips, the treasurer, reported'lhe had £47 in hand for the fortticoming re gatta. The sub-committee produced a. vecry finle pamphlet advertising tlhe ,regatta, which was to he sent out withl the entry forms to: the various Vic torian rowing clubs. The . Borough Band of 23 performers. has been en gaged for the occasion:. A letter ias received from IMr. Geo.,U?pward, wliho had been invited to attend, that .Ihe would endeavour to do so. It.is in teresting to note that the. Easter re. gatta will decide the junior premier ,ship. The question :ofl extra items was held over till next meeting.- It was decided to write to the v'arious motor-boat owners; and ask thema to decorate their boats for tihe occasion,
COURT OF ARCHES LOST RECORDS DISCOVERED [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
COURT OF ARCHES LOST RECORDS DISCOVERED At a dinner of the Authors' Club on Monday (says "The Times" of Janu ary 16) Sir Lewis Dibdln, K.C., Dean of the Arches, gave an extraordin arily interesting account of the ad ventures of the lost or forgotten re cords of the Court of Arches. These records, which were kept in various places after the Fire of London, were removed ill 1865 from St. Paul's Cathedral to Lambeth Palace, where they lay buried for nearly 40 years "in a deep stratum of London soot and dust!" and the nature and value of their contents have only just been discovered. On becoming Dean of tile Arches in 1903 Sir Lewis Dildin did what he couldt to explore the room in which the documents were kept; but it was not until the sunmmer of last year, when hle was helped by the Rev'. Claude Jenkins, librarian of Lambeth, that he was able to go through them. They cover a period of 200 years, from 1660 to 1$56. and provide a set of precedents, about 2000 in number, de cided in the p...
SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN'S ORDEAL [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914
Sill ARTIIUlt SULLTVAN'S OIRI)EAL The death of Mr Francois Cellier, the Savoy conductor (says The Westmnin ster Gazette") recalls a drama:ic epi sode associated with the production of "Iolanthe' in 152. That opera was the first of the Gilbert and Sullivan series produced at the Savoy, and Sir Arthur Sullivan had arra~lnged willh .Ir Cellier personally to conduct the first perform ance. On the morning of tihe day fixed for the production Sir Arthur was a comparatively rich mnan. so successful had been the four oper:as which had preceded "lolanthe"; but just as he was about to leave home for the Savoy news reached him of the bankruptrcy of the firnm entrusted with his investments, and with that bankrupty the whole of his savings disappeared. But in spite of this heavy blow he went to the theatre and conducted "lilanthe" be fore a crowded audience. which little knew that thle falmous comlposer was then as poor as the lowliest scene shifter behind the scenes.