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TERRIER AS TELEPHONE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

"Floss." a six-year-old Irish terrier. belonfgin to Mr. E. Woodward. a fruite rer's carmann. of Mlansfield (Notts), regularly acts as a letter eatrier for her master tsays The Daily Mail" of January 1"2. She ceomrlanies him on all his journeys, and is often employed in taking written tuessages to itis place of business antd bringing back the antswer. Hcr best lerformanlce was the double journex in a sttowstorm be tween Mansficld atd Mr. Woodward's hotne at Suttott. three moiels away. Thg intwer arrived in an hour. 'lte dog is also utsed by a football team to take :lth haif-titte and full timne scores of their matchess frotn the ground to an inn.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. The GippY!land and Northern Co operative aellihg Co. Ltd. repurt:- jutltrl'.--i!.is "voIt" LaLiC t ga?all this e t.ki a I' r' gUotla. ic'i'o, choice oetlI1n at 1, I I to 1, 2, \vhlist butters lrad it 2'-?0' p Pints tVtel ditci lt tO quit at l?."d to 1, 1, better prices bei'? .uretd occt io. aly. Good tO ptruntc l??i to 1,, a.onlds liuLdi to 11t , !ots atifec'2d i'\ hlcit tL !o\'to'": sc'p3ar'atorI S '.t.d to Lt , and d ries Ti i d 'to .t, Chllese.--Sates ,oI luaT chee?s, ae fir,1"in at GU d, tor medit' siz'as ,d to 6-d prt lb. 1t bcing realied, adiuitln qt.atl tll)e 10o rT: 51 -li-latUret. I ' , a - Ltnet 7I d to id, EL's-.-\ktus e Itiati, unchlta1?Ig'L ton to sid beinlg ro ail'e, tot ctorl' .epers" lots, t : to I I to'tptrii tttts, nd t p t1) .1, 2 pi dozet ifor spciaa. 13aeolln.-'rin. light :des l.d to 1i o, mt di ur'n-wt ights 'i ' d, hea.t"ies howet, Itidmicis I a0b to 1ld, Iantts 1" to !". Lard.--!ul. Gd to 6id, packets Td.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SARAH BERNHARDT HONORED RECEIVES CROSS OF REGION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

SARAH BERNHARDT HONORED HtL'IEtI' ES C'ROSS OF IILGION 1 w as one of mnany whlo went to con gratulate Madame Sarah Bernhardt, who has at last received the Cross of the Legion of Honor (says the Paris correspondent of "The Daily .Tele graph"). I brought her the con gratulations of "The Dally Telegraph," and of the immense circle of her Brit ish admirers, anid she said that among the Innumerable messages she had re ceived she appreciated none more. "So sympathetic you English are,, and al ways have been-always so kind to me. I am very much touched. Please, con vey my deepest thanks. All these kind attentions to-day overwhelm me. 1 am much moved." And the great actress really did seeni more moved than I have seen her on the stage. It was a family luncheon party that I interrupted, in the .house on the Boulevard Pereire, where Madame Sarah-as all her friends call her has lived for many years. The house is full of mementoes of her long and illustrious career all over the world, and conta...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAKE TYERS NETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

LAKE TYEHS NETTING, The following letter appeared in last Friday' s A' rgus '; Thousands of people read with great pleasure J.O.S. s descriptlon of Lake 'yers on saturday. 'the Toor-loo arm is the most beaut:ful part of the lake, and the ordinary tourist travelling be tw\'een Cuniilnglalne anld the Buchan Caves nlever sees it, as it is not on the route. It is a pity J.O.S.'s attention was not called to the disgraceful man ner in which this inlmnd lake is raided by Iihemlllllen neting tom May to eptenlber yearly. None of the half dozen netterls who d-espoil the breeding grounds of the black br-aln live in tile vicinity of Lake Tyers, but come with tents fromn 1'aynesville and else \iwhere. No wonder our anglers have got to go to Tasmania and New Zea la!d f?r their favourite sport. If Lake 'T'yers was ciosed ait'inat netting it \\would becolme ain .irilrs' paradise, as it is o!ly ruintiit ut and ill to the sea fir a few weeis yearly. How per 1it10sslon fIo tih'rl'iet' to nt ' 'twas ev...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOOMED ISLAND SAKURASHIMA AND ITS VOLCANO [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

DOOMIED ISLAND SAIUWRASHIMA AND 1 ITS VOLCANO Snakurashinma, the small island in the South of Japan which has been devas= tated 1,by a volcanic outburst, is situated hI the Clulf of Kago shima. opposite the city of tile sanme liable, says the editor of "The Japan Chronicle" in an illteresting article ill "The Manchester Guardian.'" Tihe island is 24 miles in circumference. and the crater of the \volcano at the summit is 3500ft. above sea-level. Ac cording to Japanese tradition, the island was produced by an upheaval of the earth's crust in tile year 796. However that mnay be. thie volcano was within historic times very active. thouh for more thIan a htundred years now it i-s hOen qutiescellt. There is no recorded case. moreover, of a \'ol canic outburst of Sakurashima equal to the present in the extent and conl p!eteness of the disaster. The volcano most feared in tllis region is that of Kirishima. higher up the bay, whiich can still be seen smok ing ont most days of the y-ear, and ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FORTHCOMING COURTS. SUPREME COURTS. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, April 7. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

FORTHCOMING COURTS. SUPREMiE COURTS. Bairnsdale, Tuesday, April 7. GENERAL SESSIONS, COUNTY COURTS, COURTS OF INSOL VENCY, MINES, ETC. Wahalhala, Thursday, March 26. Omeo, Wednesday, April 1.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROSEDALE SHIRE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

ROSEDALE SHIRE WORKS, At -Monday' meeting of the Rose dale Shire Council the engineer re ported:-Contraets.---The following co i rac ts have been compnllcted: --10/14, T. Duck, bathing-shed: 11/14. J. J. Slutrrenl, 200 yards of gravel on the S -le-road; 10/14, R. WVil balalson, culvert at Teongabbie. Con tractor IL'Carthy has practically tin ished the waterhole on \Villung-road. the work oil the Namnbrok-rok-rod by Contractor Barker has been tempor arily delayed owing to the contractor having met with a painful blasting accident. The contract is, however, now beinlg proceeded with, and should be complleted before next meeting. Conltractor Smlith is finishing up his wrork at Blee 's Hill, and will com mellnce n his contract at Mrs. Peder son s ill a few days. The workl onl Chilvers s road has been held up ow ing to the extensive bush tires raging in the Callignee district, the contrac tor hlaving been burnt out. The work, however, is now lU fall swillng again. Planis anld specilicati...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VARICOSE ULCERS FOR YEARS. Too Severe for Doctors to Cure.—Remarkable Zam-Buk Healing. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

VARICOSE ULCERS FOR YEARS. Too Severe for Doctors to Cure. Remarkable Zam-Buk Healing. Further proof of Zam-Buk' s re markable healing power over crip pling leg ulcers has just come to ihand from Auckland, N.Z:. It concerns Mrs. J. Ogden, Union-street, who for nine years was in a crippled and helplesls state. "Ten years ago, ': says Mrs. Ogden, "I had the misfortune to burst a varicose vein in my right leg through giving it a nasty knock. Ulceration set in, and soon the limb became highly inflamed. The ulcers got big ger and bigger, and the constant pain made my existence a misery. At night I would toss about in fearful agony, wishing for the end of everything. There were periods, often for three months at a time, when I dare not put my foot to the ground. "'For years I was under medical men, and in different towns. During my long period of suffering 1 must have had altogether about twelve different doctors. But tilhe ulcers seemced to go from bad to worse. Then. to add to my load o...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A COMMISSIONER FOR GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

A COMMISSIONER FOR GIPPS LAND, At the Traralgon Council meeting nlast week, a letter was read from the secretary of the Buln Buln Shire, forwarding copy of resolution atlirm ing the desirability of a commission er being appointed to devote his I whole timle to the busiiness of land settlenlent in Gippsland, and asking co-operlation in regard to same. Cr. IPettit thought the proposal wa~s Sorthy of support, and argued that if an irrigationl expert like Mr. Elewood Meand waS as t requhed for the lnorth'ern districts, a special Comm1nissioner was equally necessary for Gippsland to look after land settlement, forestry, and similar Inmatters of de-velopmrent. If, for i-stante, they ihad lhad such a ttatt ill tilte past, who was a practical judge of latnd, they would not hIave tad the gross blhunders thiey l had seen locally itn tt.e rejectioln by the Closer Sttiement L: ard of properties like thie leylield. T'raralgonl Park, and Cairnlrook estates, which were after wards takeni up bIy p?...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE. -4-- Long Tunnel Gold Mines.-March 12 -3375ft. level-Reef in stopes N. of No. 1 rise averages 3ft., payiaile. Reef in stopes S. of No 1 rise averages 1S inches, a little to payable gold. Reef in stopes N. of No. 2 rise averages IS inches, good gold. Reef In stopes N. of No. 3 rise has pinched. Reef in scopes outh of No. 3 rise averages IS inches, payable. Main shaft. The peint house has been re moved, and rails and guides all con nected. Skips are now running through to the No. 14 plat. Tenders are being called for the Nos. 13 and 14 cross cuts. Mill.-Twenty heads running one shift. The amalgam returns are the same as for last month. Eureka G. M. Company. W1Valhalla. -March 11.-Middle reef-Intermedi ate south from winze: Stoping on 18 inches formation, little gold. Resum ed driving intermediate north of winze Reef 6in., payable. Stopes over main level.-Reef 6in., little gold. TWestern intermediate.-Stloping south from rise. Reef 1Sin., little gold. Some nice tjp...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. WATT AND THE "DON'T LABOUR" PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

MR. WATT AND THE "DON'T LABOUR" PARTY. The Premier has been entertaiin ed at Wurragttul ill recognition Of tile fact thLat thle Nerii railvay has been authorised by Parlialnent. In respollse to the toast of P'arlialllent, 31r. \Watt, who had a splendid re ception, said that he \\was with them that evening to jubilate over their railway. Dr. Bride had said that tLie:r present P'arliatlnent was no worse tilan its predecssors. tHe tMr. Watt) believed it to be one of tile best iar lalnenits Victoria had had. \\'Withi one or two exceptions, and with aboult sei.e: montiils to ruti, all the work sketclhed out or P-'arilta~minelt ihad beet! a comllllished. Tlhelue night be sotne men like the giant described by Dr. url'c---but ,iInchl the Scrlipturt s did it Itenllltioll - (laughtcr) - sitting astiride of thle roof. If ,hat were so, he aas willitig t,) iinvite tiieii1, regard i'ss ,f their size, to collle ill out of thi wet. join the ship's ciompany, and help to work tihe \'vessel. (Applause...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEET AND FLAX CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

BEET AND FLAX CULTIVATION. * Thirteen," from Iilmany, w\rites to the ' Argus:': As already reported, we have had a visit from the Minister of Lands and Agriculture. TIhe settlers here are very pleastcd at the thorought and sympa thetic .annr in which inquiry was mtade into the beet-growing industry here, and, judging fromL the remarks by ur. hltchinLson after visiting eois dale, it atppctars that o:nly those blocks thiat are suitable for irrigation w'll be usecd for beet-growing ill thie future. Now, 1 tiink \we call rely oil it, after meeting 3Mr. Hutchinson, that irriga tion wI:il Inot be decided on ill a hap hazard 'way, but that thle blocks will be thoroutghly examnined by tian expert in irrigation, and ontly those suitable selected for thie experitlent, as thie soil in Kilmhany varies very largely, both in quality and depth. At the imeeting held here it seented that the bulk of tlte farmners oit this estate -were against growing beet again under any circum stances; but I amin c...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES, ThIt annual mteoting of the Indc petdutnt Order of H-il-abites was held last week at lallarat. The public QVents ill CUInnctiUn With the event begait on Sunday, whon a large num ber of the ljallarat pulpits wvere occu p ed b-'yrotninet-t nmetttbers of the Order. Thie report submttitted 0) tlir annual cottferettce roforreit to the fact tat ilt ifti ears ago the thiltrd atttttal mettettttt was lt ld itt lalla rat, whett SItteett tents wore represotIted, with a total mtiiubtbershii. of 4CC. Ttte ettnts totia InuIt and juttior, total utearly Cue. IhIto total Oetiettt ittontbers, itll uding tutil at teats, are tow I Sf24, mneitico berivt tttttd tottorat- t6et'-, tttd jutttor ttttbtr- 22, t tItding thle total igt' tin Vitturna 31.225. 'hlte fiutts intcruatsd by a;,Ci1 ourtttg the year, ttakitt thle totold £22'C, . VThe total it tc easo ot tnetuttrastp it, all classes, C -, t- a tr cont acttievtetlett for titi Uruer itt \ iciorito ialtis for the estao itstt...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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WIZARD OF MENTONE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

W\ZAID OF MENTONE (FPy G. Valentine Williams in "The Daily Mail.") Every morning without fail about S j'clock he conimes over from Bordighlcera, ,vhich lies like a white, tapering finger s.tretched out into the sparkling Madi terranean.- He is always a trifle flush :d, for hie comes in a tremuendous hurry knowing that he has a hard day's work before llim. UIntil 4 o'clock or there .tbouts hie stays in Mentone, revealing ,vith his magic wand a myriad mnarvel ;ous beauties of which before his cot ing we had no knowledge; then, w:th I delicate blush and slowly, for ne is \very tired, he slips away behind'the darkling slopes of cap Martin to .vest ward, and winter, which his pireslence aanlshles, steals over Mentone once nlore. Monte.: Carlo, round a couple of pro montories 'o the west, has its -asino and Its elegants and enegantes, its opera witl -its- world-fnamous singers, its. theatre with great Parisian artists 'danrs leurs creations," Hlere ill ei-l tone at present we have ollly o...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRATFORD AND NUNTIN RACES. To be held on Mr. C. Dennis's Racecourse. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 13. Office-bearers: [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

STRATFORD AND NUNTIN RACES. To be held on Mr. C. Dennis's Racecourse. EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 13. Office-bearers: Patrons---1essrs. Jas Bennett, M.HLR., E. O. Francis, R. Lee, and H. A. Luke. President--Mr. John Lee. Vice-presidents-Messrs. John King, G. L. Thomas, John -Lildennall, P. 3M. Coloe and LM. M' Ilroy. Hon. Surgeon-Dr. C. S.- Hozier. Judge--Mr. S. Farrell. Starter--Mr. N. S. Lett Handicapper-Mr. Shorten. Clerk of Scales--Mr. R. Lee. Pony Measurers--MIessrs. H. Baylis and John King. Stewards-Messrs. F. Humphrey, Jos. Frietag,. W. Stothers, H. Bay lis, John King, S. Farrell; John Lee and A. Knight. Clerk of Course-Mr. T. Carr. Official Timekeeper-Mir. H. Baylis. Treasurer-Mr. J. WT. Callaghan

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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FARM SCHOOL WHERE BOYS ARE TRAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

FARM SCHOOL WHERE BOYS ARE TRAINED. Organised throu;n t' benevolence nf a few men and women of this city (says "The Christian Scien:-e Monitor ), the Chichgo Junior school, created for the purpose of teaching boPs hon to care for and support themselv.?s, hav:yta successfully passed its first season, nmy now be regarded as an established in stitution. . The first season's ogerations of the school, on a 120-acre f--m on Long lake in Michigan, 1S0 miles -north-east of Chicago, was so successful that plans are under way to double the attendance from 15 to 30 boys as soon as arrangl ments can be made to accommodate them. The Chicago Jtinidr school is an insti tution intended to teach boys to lean upon- themselves, and not to look for charity- for1 their support. The course of 'instruction, under the direction of V. P. Randall, is a well-balanced sys tem of thieoretical and practical teach liug. in which-the boy earns half the cost ofkeeping him at the school. his parents or guardian payi...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

THhe... -- CHILDREN Is is as impo. bant ldso ll," begin pian1 o .I stud)uins t s "ll . -, good books. ? ci v&. . · To early educate the ear of the child so that it becomes familiar with the refinements of perfect tonal quality is the basic element of musical culture. To accustom the hand-ob a child to the use of a properly made piano not only helps to develop a correct technique, but avoids the child dropping into faults that will afterwards take much trouble to unlearn. bc Eburntler ~~allO has many features in construction that place it in a class of its own, and considering its advantages, is the cheapest piano to be had in Australia. Easy Instalment Terms. Old Pianos in Exchange, SEND FOR {g, f 9 275 coLLINs STREt. MELSouRNE CATALOGUE .YW 1fIl s u RUNoste sTRect aoolmae. No. 17 TO ' M MITCHELL STREET, END GO, RYIRIE STREET, CEELONS. .in o nyhlst evlpacrettcnqe ,?t avid ?"?, BARTLJETT'S GIPPSLA-ND MOTOR GARAGE, SALE. Licensed to Carry 26. Oplen for Engagement by the Public...

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S.P.E. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

S.P.E. (liiy William Archer, in "Daily New~s and Leader.") Leaving to classical scholars all the witticisms to be extracted from the above letters, 1 hasten to explain that they designate a newly-born Society, lwhereof the prospectus has just reached me. It is a society to which I shall certainly belong, should I be foiund worthy; for it has the extra orditlary merit of demanding no sub scription. You can become an M.S.P.E. - 1Member of the Society for Pure English-without banging a single saxpeince. 1,hether you have to submnit to any test-to proncunce any shitbboleth-I do not know. Were I the autocrat of such a society, I should admit nohody who could not say "the idea of good" without in serting an "'r" between "idea" and "of." This would mean that the so ciety would consist exclusively of Scotchmen, and a very cosy little conm pany we should be. On the other hand, if the test were to distinguish accurately between the vowel sounds in "good" and "food." and other words spelt with...

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RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

RULES. , V.R.C. ilulus arl?cUiy ldhiera lo. Uiniua u,.v, acuuilijrliied lUy fInoUi.L Uv irullllllll lluiii'i, nu:n pu.? S~eretar), and v, flu bI ruicdte up till 5.51 p.m., vim Jiluhdny, au n maii1i 15±4, at Lie 3wuill uLLULi. l e~ ad lui d I L imoal and samueue u) wife mus Le Iumasull OL U~lillrL.Ii UI lill~lI- A 1ICui~Ciui Uib by iiLLum um iilat plv, 'iIll lull n1 lit001 O Lu 1Unsumfi inrmaty 1nclulvd, anou glVlliL la11 jIlilu cUi"?b atL lUi"uisS, CUl urm, vi nuifil, etc. .Itrn.? mncy mi iodgUed with the sec retary 01 Lim bimriweile anld L1lidlv now .au.ng Clot up1 till lulMonday, 3tti 2Nd ulltric:i receivu by telephond. XAn noI uirs notu lscraitned ivy a pn.. on eaturday, 11Lih April, will be con s;uerro- acc~epio s, land liable to !the junl Inmiont UL ncCuptLLt?le mUOnley. All tiunlet to uc einaauied ol the counrt itueiie 1:: u 'clck i oll tlhe ay o0 races. onlilatitols to be lmade on tilhe club's o\wnil ron, obtainable on ap plicatilon to tile ueretl?rly. O\wners or trainers to ...

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£500,000 AN OUNCE LATEST FACTS ABOUT RADIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

£500,000 AN OUNCE LATEST FACTS ABOUT RADIUM. (By T. Thorne Baker, in "The Daily .Mail"). The rarest thing in the world. Mr Mallahy-lDeeley, in his recent pur chase of the Bedford estates, could have paid for the whole transaction witli a small teacupful of radium. At its liresent price, one ounce of ra dliunm is worth about half .t Inillion pounds, and though new sources of nmineral and improved methods of ex traction may ultimlately bring tile price much lower, its rarity will always 'e mnain, because it occurs ill nature ill such infinitest!lmally small q llantities. Since its dlisco\very radium has been a thing of extremei fascination to the scientist. while thle general public have regarded it w\ith mlild curiosity. But its recent. effects in tile tlrirltnent of canl cer have made it a thiing of ,absorbit'g interest to the whlle world. Thlere are va-ious sources for obtail ing radiunl, for it occurs always in a fixed proportion with tile metal uraniuml. lWherever we find uranium...

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