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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 1 October 1914

PHCENIX ASSURANCE GO. c.TD. est d. 1782. WOBKEES1 COMPENSATION. FIRE. ACCIDENT. 19s8i8 paid exceed £90,000,003; wa«m toy WISH FIBES and hy liqhtjuku arc oswta good by this oomjuuufr AGENTS WANTED; *»™461 TO 471 BQURKE ST., Melbourne. OALQETY St CO. LTD., ACEHT8.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 1 October 1914

THE HOUSEHOLD. Chicken Cutlets.—Season pieces of cold chicken or turkey with salt and pepper. Dip in melted butter; let t this cool on the meat, and dip in beaten egg and in fine breadcrumbs.! Fry in butter till a delicate brown. : Serve on slices o£ hot toast, with j either a white or curry'sauce poured around. Pieces of cold veal make a | nice djsh, if preferred, in the same i manner. | Cornish Pasties—Cut half a pound 1 of mutton into small pieces; add half a pound of peeled and diced pota toes, one chopped onion, onS tea spoonful of chopped parsley, half a tdaspoonful of salt, a quarter of a teaspoonful of pepper, and two table spoonfuls of water. Boll out a pound of plain pastry to a quarter of an inch in thickness, stamp it into large rounds, place a heap of the mixture in the centre of each ro\ind, wet the edges of the pastry, draw up over the meat, press the edges together, and crimp them with the fingers. Brush each over with beaten egg, and bake in a hot oven for three qua...

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 — 1 October 1914

Turkeys. Turkeys 10,000 WANTED. We buy by live weight Government certificate if required. Fowls, Geese by pair. Crates lent free. No commis sion or cartage charged. Send for • Price List A. DAVID HYLAND & SONS, BENNETT'S FREEZING WORKS, QUEEN'S BRIDGE, MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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At Last. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 1 October 1914

At Last. She preferred the upper berth in. the Pullman, and so he took the lower. I After the curtains had been drawn, and all was quiet in the car, those near the couple heard the woman lean over and whisper to her husband; "Peter, dear, I have found at last what I have looked for so many years." "What's that?' inquired the bride groom. "A man under my bed."

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Allambee Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 1 October 1914

The Allambee Railway. On Friday the Parliamentary Stand ing Committee on Railways loft Thorp dale and journeyed as far as Geach ville along the route of the proposed extension from Thorpdale. Evidence was taken at Allambee, after which the Committee drove to Mirboo North, where further evidence was taken on Saturday morning. The following members comprised the Committee :— Messrs Melville (chairman) and Hicks (M's L.C.), Barnes, J. W. Billson, and Warde (Vl's.L.A.) Mr Mackey, the member for the district, accompanied the Committee. The following was the main evidence taken at Mirboo North :— Martin Dyke considered the present an opportune time for the making of the line. If the line had been made 20 or 25 years ago it would not have paid. The timber was now " ripe" for clear ing. He knew one settler who some years ago had called tenders for clear ing two acres. He received two ten ders. One was at £100 per acre, and the other at £60. He did not let the work ther-, but recently he had...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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AN "UNSINKABLE" SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

I AN "UNSINKABLE" SHIP. Mr. Caine, of Trapp, Llandilo, Car marthenshire, a retired sea captain of .maiiy years' experience, has con structed and patented a model ship the principle of which is such that he claims it to be an absolute impossi bility for a-vessel so built to be sunk in any circumstances. He contends that the present straight-sided ship can never be of sufficient buoyancy i to support the extra weight of water which enters her interior after an ac- \ cident. His model is built on an entirely different plan. The ship has concave sides. There are several bulkheads extending athwart from the port to starboard sides, but the principle by reason of which unsinkability is claim ed is in a watertight belt running the whole length of the ship on each side from bow to stern at the level of the deck. This belt is divided into many separate watertight compartments, and these give the ship the necessary buoyancy to counterbalance the extra burden of a flooded interior, no matter h...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT THEY LACKED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

WHAT THEY LACKED. Two men on a train were apparently old acquaintances, and they were in a jovial mood. Both were grey, but each had a luxuriant, head of hair. Near them sat a stout party with a shining dome that was almost desti tute of hirsute covering. The two friends exchanged face tious remarks about silver locks, then indulged in some pleasantries about the 'thinning of the thatch," with casual references to door knobs and billiard balls, much to the amusement of the passengers, but to the evident discomfiture of the bald-headed man. The talk finally developed into an argument of the cause of baldness, and after considerable jocularity, the pair turned to the pearly-pated man, and one said: — "My friend and I have been discuss ing the cause of baldness, but we can't seem to agree. Would you mind tell ing us what you regard as the real cause of baldness?" The stranger wheeled about, eyed his questioner fiercely, and uttered just one word, "BrainsL" It's, a mistake to know much ...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LIFE'S RECOMPENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

LIFE'S RECOMPENSE. When our hearts are oppressed by the troubles of life There is ever some joy to be found But we gaze on the brambles and grieve o'er the. thorns When the roses are glowing around. O, the world is a sordid and joyless abode If our hearts have no time to be gay, If we see not the visions of laughter and love That illumine the commonplace way. In the struggle for fame and the passion for gold, Many dwell in the shadow of strife, Seeing naught of the glorious sun beams of hope That are bright with the lustre of life. They are dreaming of sorrow the mor row may bring And are blind to the joys of to-day. In their hearts is the mournful sigh of the trees When the songsters have fluttered away. But the souls who have learned of the magic and charm That is hid in the heart of a flower, That is heard in the swell of the rap turous song Of a bird in the eventide hour, Have a guerdon of comfort that fame cannot bring, And a pleasure no riches can give. They have learned the g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAREWELL TO THE FAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

FAREWELL TO THE FAN. With the coming into general use of the electric fan and elaborate scien tific systems of ventilation in assem bly hall, church, theatre, and ball room, the fan of history and romance, wielded for close on .four centuries by feminine hands, is rapidly passing. The art of fan-making, in which distin guished painters once joined, has nowadays become a prosaic trade. Machines' turn them out by tens of thousands; Japan is said to export 11 millions a year. But the real fan of sentiment and fashion is practically no more. There is no longer the excuse for it, and hence it has ceased being part of the feminine costume. As the wo man's weapon of coquetry and infli: ence it has been discarded. Fans are not to-day the romantic presents they once were, and in social life they have come to be less and less seen. The modern woman does not seem to need them at all, or want them. The fan is no longer a personal posses sion. Any fan will do, the most insig nificant little affa...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXXII. An Eye For An Eye. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

CHAPTER XXXII. An Eye For An Eye. The sudden defection of his child had been a bitter 'blow to Harley. There were reasons for his rage and his seeming impotence in the matter far deeper than any that Gilray. dreamt of. The miser had been taken 'by surprise., Enid's rebellion was the last thing he •would have ex pected. Hitherto the girl had been docile enough. Certainly she had [protested and argued, and that was all, and Harley did not mind that. She had found the task of go-between, ■which had been thrust on her, a hate ful one, and had speedily become sus picious that there was something very wrong about the business carried on so secretly, but so far she had never before dared to set that . stern old father of hers at defiance. When Gilray brought him the news of Enid's flight so dramatically, Har ley raged and fumed for some time like a lunatic, and the doctpr deem ed it prudent not to interfere. But oy and-by the old man calmed down, and seemed prepared to face the situa tion....

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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CHAPTER XXXI. On the Verge. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

CHAPTER XXXI. On the Verge. Herepath stood for' some minutes outside that window of Camford House taking in the bent, crafty-lo ing figure of Daniel Harley, and mak ing quite sure that he was not mis taken. His identification of the old miser did not surprise him; indeed, he had had so many surprises lately that they were losing their power to startle him. All the same, the puz zle of I-Iarley's interest in Camford remained, and Herepath made up his mind that he would leave nothing undone to solve it. He could see Harley looking here and there, as if in search of some thing. There was a scowl on the old man's face—his lips moved as if he were muttering something to him self. He appeared to have no fear of 'being discovered, but moved along as if he were on absolutely familiar ground. Then the light of the candle became more and more faint as the 1 miser vanished in the distance. ' Evidently something .radically wrong was going on here, and pos sibly the old caretaker and his wife kn...

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Mirboo Shire Council. Wednesday, Oct. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

Mirboo Shire Gbuncil. Wednesday, Oct. 7. Present:—Crs Boysori, Ing'is, Smith, St. Ellen and Carter.

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THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. Published by arrangement with Ward Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER xxx. The Face Behind the Glass. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

THE SENTENCE 6f THE COURT. By FRED M. WHITE. r notSj?ed/-.by arrangement with Ward. Co. Ltd., London and Melb. (AJ1 Rights Reserved.) Chapter xxx. "The Face Behind the Glass. Path Th^^r^Una'e Psr^apa for Here Sent He^r3 aI°ne 'ust at that -hisTurprSe hv tlTf- recovered *om A? Ly rate Cept Harold Gay. -slble andUlrdeton hWay soon pos of food for thon^- He1had PIenty along, jt -ofaa -n<f i as walked by . the time L reIchPdeVt1f °'Cl°Ck and charmine oid h e 1uaint lodge ga™ 0gf Camfo°rdSe Anear the Cay had fiDished worl fo^?haprerintly for he wa«Tin I ^ ttle day, peaceful pipe Ria^fh srH'">'nng a to toe seen for ih^exxWas nr5 where grateful. ' ^ei*opath was ed"Bf°r a lons tr!*niP?" Gay a*k - ^ur. 6m tfes''*y with you, old chap?aYou w er teriously wise," k mys" Hum i«Vr haol'"6 a°'"allj- toa "nMh8 de?ce you have!" Gay cried ^/0UT bring them back again™ myself at Ji^r'h 1 did not be'ray sslst h3"1 s But my dear fellow, why do vo„ a-SL^S,,'!?"8"'"1 °,a *°"» ™ ^eTsUSWl«oV»"K ...

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

Correspondence. From E. Tratt, advising council he had had the repairs done to his fencing on the new M it boo South road, and asking payment as agreed upon for same (j£g) —Amount 10 be passed. From Secretary of Country Roads Board, in relerence to culvert in lieu of subway at north end, of allotment 105, parish of M irboo, on the Mirboo South road, stating that 1 he specification re quired to.be re-modelled, as it was not desirable nor necessary to construct a ridged timber platform under, the cul vert. . 'No particular brand nor make of pipes {should be specified, : but provi-. sion should be made: for a satisfactory test load, and for pipes- to be free'from cracks or flaws.—Received . From Same, with reference to the specification suhmittedby.engineer for. works .on the-Martian JRffid, informing council tTia't'~^iTnfe''is^cbnsi(.lerecl "satis factory. Ic. will, however, be necessary to insert a clause in the specification.to, .provide for hand-breaking the metal, the quantity req...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

Was Never Weil. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS GIVE COMPLETE RELIEF FROM NEURALGIA AND BILIOUSNESS. • Neuralgia is caused by poorness ot Tilood, and a remedy that will purify the blood will overcome Neuralgia. That Dr. Morse'B In dian Root Pills do this s p e e dily and thorough ly is proved by the follow ing statement received from Mrs. J. Hyde, of 26 Evelyn st,Melbourne, Victoria, who writes:— "/ust a few From a PMo. lines in refer ence to your Dr. Morse's Indian. Root Pills as a medicine. During the past two years I suffered from Sick Head aches and Neuralgia and periodic •Biliousness. In spite of dieting and medical advice, I was never well. I used to dread the days and niglit's of nervous agony and only women "who have suffered from Sick Head aches know what those nights were. Some time back I was advised to give Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills a trial, but I did not do so at that time, for I ihad been advised to try so many med icines. But a friend who had suffered irom Neuralgia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

• Si'.UjGISII JilVKll. "For many year* I lime .suUci'f<1 from iivtr," writes JIm W. PheilTer, Mount l'has;inr, S A "I h»v* D.ieil several diil.-ro it iliings hut have foil ml nothing to equal Clia ii'j!;: la'n's TaUl'-ti for they make i:ie fell t oioti|;lily »,.11 a;,'ain. In my opiiiiou there is no-hitter me-liuiue than Chamber lain's Tablet:* for disorder-; cf the liver and stomach." Sold by Uuckland 15;o3. Woods' Great P. ppormi»t Ciir», For Coughs and Colds naver fails, 1/G.

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Rainfall. AT MIRBOO NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

- Rainfall. AT MIRBOO NORTH. January ... February March "... April May Tune July ... August ... September October JTovember December Total 1911 1912 2.15 0.22 3.15 0.91 6.00 1.06 3'35 4-17 6-58 3 33 7-32 3-S2 3.62 2.20 2.20 3.35 499 7-39 2-56 3°5 0.80 3.20 7-29 3-49 50.01 36.90 1913 1914 °-55 2.25 1.01 1 59 707 2.18 2.37 4.11 4.79 4.79 2.86 2.05 1.90 6.39 5-85 !-52 3-49 2.13 3 96 6.52 1.05 41.42 27.21

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Patriotic Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

. Patriotic Ball. On Wednesday evening, September 30, the ladies of Mirboo NorHi a.3d dis trict held a hall, the proceeds of which are to be devoted to the funds of the Red Cross Society. The night being; fine, a large number of dancers and onlookers were present. Allambee was extra well represented, there being al most as many from that portion ot the district as Ironi the town. The hall was elaborately decorated, fLigs of the British nation taking a prominent part in them. ' Altogether, the hall looked splendid. The supper, which was laid. in the library and in the lobby, was. jail that could be desired, the tables being ... loaddd with all kinds of good things. The music was supplied fret: by several— Allambee and local musicians. The whole turn-out reflected.great credifon (he-ladies, who must feel gratified at. the success of it, a profit of' ^25 17s resulting. ; > . " . ; An invitation was"given" to the-sol diers-ofihe district, but the only one who managed- lo get. leave o...

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Boils and Abscesses. Zam-Buk the Purifying Healer. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

Boils and Abscesses. Zam-Buk the Purifying Heaier. In cases of boiis, inflamed pimples abscesses, and other foul growths so common at this time of the year, Zam-Buk is invaluable. Besides thoroughly cleansing the eruptions or fores of a)] bad matters, Zam-Buk soothes pain and itching, and heals quickly and perfectly. Mr W. C. limes, 10 Alfred Sireet, Leederville, Perth, W.A., says: -"A short time ago a painful outbreak of .nasty boils and swellings appeared on my arm. As one boil burst an other used to form and each of the Tesnlting sores was most obstinate fo heal. The limb got so sore and in iiamed that it interfered greatly with zny work. " "When the arm was at its worst, a friend told me about Zam-Buk and strongly advised me to give io a trial. I purchased a pot and the quick man ner in which the balm allayed swell ing and inflammation and "extracted pus and bad matter from the erup tions was simply wonderfnl. Even the first dressingofZam-Bukbrought great ease and as I persevere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 8 October 1914

RELIEVES AT ONCE. ■ I have alwa>s fouud Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy an absolutely safe Remedy for colic and diarrhoea," says Mrs Julia \Val;ely, 78 Ball Street. Wangnnui, N.Z. "For many years I suffered from colic pains but s nee using Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy find that my general' health is much improved for it relieves suffer ing at once." Sold by Buekland Bros.

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