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£170—PRIZE MONEY—£170. PROGRAMME: [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

£170--PRIZE MONEY-£- .170. PROGRAMME: H~ANDICAP HURUL ?? lACE, of 40 sovs. fo of tile amount to go to second norse. Nonunatnon zU/, ac c?putlu?e 10/. )UlsuanLe aoout (but nut less than) two- miles. - liou±aAL- "ni'AL ATeraiS. cof £15. a, or .Uea noulnt to go tLO second horse. aor all horsrs that have navrer \Vwon a prize ovvr tile value of -Zh on mno nat Nomination 13/. insitance, about 5 furLugs. SI't&a£1 U±%J AND N UN TIN HAN ±AnJ, or iO Sovs. ti Of tle amount to go to secold horse, and X3 to uilnu huorse. No~mauuon hi, accep tance au/. Winner or any open nlan acIap alter ueclarauon of weights to carry 71b. penalty. Distance, about I mile. LHA?nnCUA± r±uNY 1ACE1, of £10, 13.1 a.u. ionruinauon Iu/. Distance, auout 4 ruruungs. HAvi' A' ±'unILC4ANS PURSE, of zu sovs. 3 or tale amount to go to second horse. -' iuree guineas or s~amn aonatea by Mr. ; M.. C.oloe, of toe h bwan ioteal; tlree gulneas by jArs. aouitUrs, of te Strat?uora iotel, and two guineas by aur. t. WV. Coloe. ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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DREAMS IN ANTARCTIC VISIONS OF JAM TARTS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

DREAMS IN ANTARCTIC VISIONS O1 JA\1 T.\iTS At a council meeting of the Royal Geographical Society on t'uesday (says "Lloyd's WYeekly News" of January 1S) it was resolved to vote the sum of £10,,0 towards the Imperial Tr'ans Antarctic expedition under the leadership of Sir L.rnest Shaeckleton. Sir Elrnest is being deluged'with let ters. They come lronl "all sorts and conditons of men"-peoplle who wish to join the expedition, subscribers to the fund, scientists with advice that, being founded on real knowledge, is likely to be useful, and amateur scientists who no doulit mean well, but who know nothing of Antarctic conditions. "The volunteers," said Sir Ernest, on Tuesday, "now number 1500. They in clude members of all walk of life-po licemen, omnibus drivers, and doctors of science. To-day's post has brought us subscriltiens of sums from 2/6 up wards. "On our last southern journey the favorite books were Browning's Poems, Borrow's Bible in Spain, Arthur Young's 'Travels in France,' a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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PEACE WITH AMERICA VISCOUNT BRYCE'S GIFT [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

PEACE WITH AMERICA VISCOUNT 1llYC'E'S GIFT ;\ cletter from Viscolunt Bryce convey ing the gift of a copy of the only authorised portrait of M1ary ,all Wash ington., was rea.1 at a meeting yester day of the British Comnlmnittee for the Celetbration of thet Contenarhy of Peace 1het\ween IEnglallnd and the United Stites (states "The I)a ly News" .Ianuary 22:). The ineeting, over which the Dtuke of Trcck presided, accepted the gift withl hearty tharks, and ordered that the plictullre he suitably frnlamed and placed in Sulg-rave Manor, Northaniits, the ancestral home of \Vashington. It was announced that £50,000 was still reqil:lred for the Centenary EFund for carrying out the British Ipro)granllle for the celeb!ration, and that all aiplPeal for that alnonnt would be issl.led immne diately after thile Mansion louse nmeet ing on February 4, which is to be ad dressed by the t'rimne Minister, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and tile Duke of Tck. At the close of the meeting the Duke of Teek, L...

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HAGENBECK ZOO ANIMALS IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

HIiENBECK ZOO ANIMALS IN LONDON Since the publication, some four years a?go, of an Frglish translation of Carl Irlugenbeck's "'Thieren und 3Menschen" (says "The Spectator") so nmiuch has Ieon written ofi the Hagenbeck methods of exhihibiting wild animals, and so many contl'asts have been drawn between Zoos \witlh anld without cages, that there will no doubt be a large number of \isitors attracted to Olympia to see for them.elive the Hagenbeck collection of Inimnals inon on v.iew ill that mnuch-en during building. A certain proportioIn, Pterhalps, wil! finish their visit with somlewhat mnlixed feelings. That will paIrticularly be the case with those who inow best the conditions under which animnals are shown to the public in Re gent's Park. For in bringing the "W'onder Zoo" to London,-and in put ting fgrwari-d the many claims for it with Which advertisement has made us familiar, what the proprietors have really done is to challenge a close com parison with the methods of the Lon don ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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BEWARE THE AVALANCHE SOME PERILS OF WINTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

BEWARE THE AVALANCIHE SOME PERILS OF WINTER SPORTS. So many people go to the Alps every winter, and the proportion of serious accidents is apparently so small, that the novice undertakes his winter holi day in far..too light-hearted a fashion. Lethim. (says a special correspondent in ,'The Daily Express"), however, try to insure himself against winter sports accideits, and he ivill find that com pany after coinpany will either refuse. or :qudte: prohibitive rates. This brings'matter for serious reflec tion;- The apiparently small percentage of aiccidenits is explained in' this way: Ninety oilt of' every hundred 'visitors to Switzerl'tnd in. winter scarcely get out :of sight of the hotel'.They spend much time on practice'. slopes, . much time (,:i danciidg and..:picnicking. :.-So that, all the: accidents that.. happen miust Ie.: put down to, the debit of, the tenii: per cent. who do 'more:.,serious work. The. danger point .i reached when the novice biecomes a little more am bitious. ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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KILMANY CLOSER SETTLEMENT. THE WORK OF THE PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

KILIMANY CLOSER SETTLEMENT. Tm WXORK OF THE PIONEERS. :;In' twelhee months' time the aoove: settlement has changed beyond recog nitiii' About 45 hiouses, ha~ve: beei: ci:etedlon' the estate bi. the :Govern-n meniti roads haveiebeen opened tpl,:-and culv erts - erected.. Ho' evee>r, thle col tinued ?traffic during thisd?rdy :season has converted ith:e roads:i into a suc.? cession 6f dust ilolesa ;ifnfoi'kiming aiil gravelling are urgeintl.y iineeedd The new railway line,- whiclh branclhes off near Kilmany rail?tay-i~ tion :and tirna verses the estate for ~.2:i miiles :is;:a gleat asset in the dello!ment of.htlie settlement, as along it comes many thousands of feet of valuable timber fromu Mr. TWiddiss sawmill, wlhich .:is close to the raih\ ay terminus.. ,At the terllinlls there hiave been erected a school anid aL toverllnenllt oflice con nected with Sale and Kilinany station iby that useful invention, the telephone. AXllut :15 childrenl attend the school.. which is u:dtdr tie slu...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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M.U.I.O.O.F, [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

NI .U.O.O.F, .:' : . : i ; :-.... .- , :_ . - - L " ..The 'annual conference of the LMan chliestel?Unitey Independent Order of Oddlellows xwas opened at Geelong on Tuesday.: civic welcome was given to :the 82'delegates by the Mayor (Al-. deri nan Gurr). - Brother Jos. Smith (G(eelong);, Grand Master, was chairman. His. address :showed that in-the: year 1913. .3,229 niembers' :had been gained, 2,715 : of theliii By:. iiifitioii.o Thei?net gain:u over losses by ]death, etc; wasn 714,: and the :present .strength of the .-order: was 29;22S. :Receipts' fromxthei sick a?a funeral: fuild :vere. £90,852/0/4.: . and management funis: -£57;080/10/9, a to tael o 6:£147,932/11/1. B-Exenditure. on sick and :ftunera.l fundS -?was . £6,532 5/2,u a.nd.jnilannagemient fund. i7£56,295. iS/7, ;::a ..ttotal: of: £118 28/3/9 ?Cash. :eceipts;: th ereforey- show?ed.: ani? excess overe expenditu~ie :of £29 104/7/4.. The gross-:total:: of a:ll lodge funds: at .De cembe r 18 19132 i was £673,209/15/1 an iiic...

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SALE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. DIRECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

SALE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. DIRECTOR'S REPORT. Work was resumed for the first term of 1914 on February 2. Tlfe fol lowing are the subjects taken up and number enrolled:-Bookkeeping 16, clay modelling 5, English and 'arith metic .5, :lettering :1, -wood-carving .4, outline from cast :1,' shadin'g ir6r'm cast 2, geometry 3. enginee;ing draw ing 4, outline from the flat 11;?build ing constiructionb 1',: model drawing: 3, ianual :-trafining: 6, liaitinting. from -:still life 3. - Instituctioniz has ,been -given: in the followinug subjects to 40 boys att tending : thie -junior.'techriical classes: -Clay: • modelling, model drawinig, drawing from the flat, casting in plas teri of Paris,' geometriy,. and geometric dev?elopment. -: The classi for English and arithmetic mnade: a: iery satisfac tory beginning ohn Tuesday, 24th inst., Mr. Woolf ii charge, anrd promises to be .popular. Exhibits of- :carpentry, engineering" drawing, :building con struction, design, stencilling,:. pottery, still: life...

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

AUCTION SALES. 8lessre. Thea. B. Little and cto. hold a large- sheep sale at the Borough yards on VYednesdav next. Their an nual horse sale at Sale is a tixture for April 7th and Sth. Mes'irs Mathieson and Davijs fold thenir hlose sale at the ii ards to-day. TIheir Stratl ord sale takes place on \londig, and their C'owwarr sale on \\ edniesdvv next. Mesr. \P tl' Lan and 'n. annonnce a great clearing sale at The Heart on i\hien the 'whioll it his cattle, horses, mlilchliiieiy, imptlemnns, fturnitiire, etc., will be submitted.

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MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. e-- Ytn1?hins1 and. lHow :i.d 1 '0. Pty. ltd. report: - ikins.--\'V btrougllht fllorwardt an enx cellent selectilon of. 10,0il0 slkins to a flull attenldance of bunyers. Diddings \ereo alnimi:oted, ;and values for all de scriptions exceedingly tirin, best grovllwn plarcels showing an occasional advance. I ides.-Our cataloguel comprised 12h0 hides, whichil let with excited bidldings from shippelrs anld tanners. T'he latter took the bulk of offerings at an ad\-anle of <ld per lbh. TlltoW .--)liddings were restricted. indi with the exception of prime white mlixid the lmarklet was lifeles, prices declining ftll'y li. lisr ton. iFems.--The small qlantity cooming to hn!ld lomet w\ith Iready sale at thie on dermentined pritces:--Rabhit Skins. Best 70 to Sd, ltmixed 51.d to 6,%d, kit-. tois, hl os and in ftrior 4d to 5d. Hares. ---I' to ,'. Fox Skins.---Firsi G0/ to -2: per diz.ell, mnietdiiul 50/ to i?t)/, sc c!inds 30/ to 45/, inferior 5/ o 20o/....

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THE BOMB OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

T:: HE BOMB OUTRAGE. I ,:,lnthe-last issue of '"The Mercury" : our. telegraphic, columns conveyed the report'of an -ttempt to murder Mr. F.. :L; .-Lee; oLf the Lands Purchase Board .wh s so Rwell known in Gippslaidl ` As- might be expected, the intelligence: ca~used :the greatest i ndignation, -and no effort is being spared- to sheet the .matter home.- .We take .the following further -particulars ' froml the ,'Ar ·Information of the occurrence was immediately sent - to -the Detective Office, anid Detectives :Holden .-and .Erennan .were .dspatched. They 'took possession :of the remains of the, in fernal machine, and collected broken and shattered pieces of brass cartridge shell; scattered 'throughout the room. A diligent search was also made for. shot pellets; thousands of which had been blown into the walls and ceiling, and had ,become embedded in the wooden. tables.. - -, ONDERFUL ESCAPE FROM - DEATH. Tiny fragments of glass from the broken 'electric globes from. overhead :,weie::d...

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SPOOF SPIRIT PHOTOGRAPHS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

SPOOF SPIRIT PHOTOliRAPHS Should the society of the Magic Circle become the oticial ghost-layers for Great Britain? This suggestion (says .The Daily Express") is put forward by \Mr J. N. Maskelyne, the famous. magician, in a letter to "The Express," which appears below. T'he Magic Circle contains -all. uthel most expert conjurers and magicians of the day among its members, and it is pointed out that the expert know ledge of such a body places it in an unrivalled position to probe 'the genuineness of such spirit photographs as were submitted to them by dabblers in occult matters with a genuine desire ,or enlightenment. Mr Maskelyne demonstrates the vir tual implossibility of deceiving modern conjurers in such matters by a detailed" examination .of the much-criticised photograph of Major-Geieral Sli' Alfred rurner, in which a mystic form, said -to be that of his mother, appears. This picture was recently reproduced in "The Express." (To the Editor of "The Express.") " Sir,-The subject...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

HlDENl ASSURANCE CO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. FIRE. ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY .OSSES PAID EXCEED £85, 000,0 0, Lossoeb by BUSH FIRES and by LIONTUIP O are madb good by thlis Company. AGENTS WANTED VYICTO'RI 461 TO 471 BOURKE ST., OrFIC-: MELBOURNE. oDLateTY a CO. LTD.. AEnATL A negro woman in Savannlah was prepar in0 to cet marrited. For four weeks before the ceremouy she saved up her wagro, and immediately after the wedding she hunted up her ;listress and asked her to take charge of tile fund. "I'll take it. of course." said the puzzled woman. "but. Mandy. won't you neta money to spend on your boneymoon' "M~lss .i ay?" said the bride. "d~cs you think I'se goin' to trust 'myse lf wid :a etra::e nigesh an' all dat mnone_ on Ime TO NEW3PAPER PROPRIETORS. SEGOND-HAND TYPE CASES (in Good Order), Lower and Upper, Douible and Treble For Sale, Cheap COUNTR' PRESS CO-OPERATIVE CO. LTD, THE EXCHANGE, MELBOURNE _? "Ma." ecnaimned you:lg Teddy, bursting Into the house. '.\hs. Johnson said she wou...

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SOCIALISM OPPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

SOCIALISM OPPOSED Mr \ittt'oent Asto'r. "'\mici's ritch est young nian.' publisties a dignilied reply to thi optcn letter in which Mr L'pton Sinclair :urged hilnt to devote his lmany mnillils to the atdvancing o. the. cause of Secialisnm sas "y'lThe Times.') The argum?illent used by thle author of "'h Jilunite'" \was tllhat there are 10. itti0,000 t , "'t destimtue people in thell ounltry tol-Jay. tnd that Socialism prO 'ides the onily uteanls of relieving their sufferings. To ibis Mir Vincent Astor retorts that he is "fottunatety" asso ciateld withI maui v ,rgan.lisations inter cstd ii s.ici logical uestions, land that in his studivs he has had lthe bene?it of thee txperivncllte alnd advice of the lead ing ,li.ivers f the Amlerican Federation Iof LaIIr ii tlhe chiefs of thie Railway Irotherhtt ds. tie asserts that not one nan entitled to speak for the working classes wi iht he has met "'regards S-ctialisi :as a ct re for the evils whiech ne all 'reco iise anid deplore." Mr \1ittce'...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 March 1914

DEATH. 0 'HARA.-On the 18th Uarch, Stratford, Agnes, the beloved wi1 of W. O'Hara, aged 8" years. FUNERAL NOTICE. The Friends of MR. I-, O'HAp are respectfully invited to follow t? remains of his late beloved IIN Agnes, to the place uf intermeni the Nuntin Cemetery. The Funeral will move from Mr. O'Hara's residence, Sale Road, at p.m. TO-DAY. T. L. POOLE. Undertaker. ' FIDE PY, ISLANti 20i FRIDAY, MARUCH 20.

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HOME LESSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

HOME LESSONS, The following not untimely letter appeared in a recent number of the A' age'": Can you tell me when parents are going to take their courage in their hands and put a stop to the practice of home work for school children? The working man is well looked after in regard to overtime, and yet little children are worked five hours a, day in school (quite equivalent to eight hours for a mal), and wnen their brains are weary, are sent home to work all the evening. For my part, I am feeling it keenly after the peace of the summer holidays. It is still unbearably hot, and my two boys (9 and 7) come home weary with the heat and tax on their brains in a close schoolroom. They hurry over their tea, .and again settle down in the close atmosphere of the house to work instead of enjoying the cool even ing air, as their parents are doing. In the winter, it is worse, for father cannot read .his copy of the "Age" with the constant interruptions, for the lessons, which are far beyond the b...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. A Bad Ambition. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. -4----- A Bad Ambition, The United States boast has always been that it owned the biggest things on earth, and the ambition of the cit izens of that great country has been to figure in superlatives in every de partment of life. In many ways this love of the limelight has become characteristic of New South XWales. It would perhaps be unkind to suggest that the residents of the mother State suffer from swelled head, but it must be admitted that all the symptoms of that distressing complaint have been noticeable for a long time. Possession of the Federal Capital, ownership of the beautiful harbour, meat strikes, coal strikes, wharf-labourLrs' strikes. small-pox outbreaks, and numerous other little things of that kind, have all combined to give x.S. \ales a claim to the notoriety, if not distinction, that its people have thoroughly en elyed. Even in such a small matt. r as the Speakership .New South W\ales has put up a record with Mr. Henry Willis, that it seems de...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. The Gippsland and Northern Co oplerative Selling Co. Ltd. report: Butter.-There was a good demnand for choicest butter this week at 1/1% , to 1/2 per lb., but butters grading 90--!9 points were more dillicult to dispose of. This is o\\'ing to the competition of New South Wales and Queensland butters, \vhicl0 were being disposed of here from 11;.%d upwards. Victorian choice had therefore to be sold at low prices, 1/ to 1/1 he accepted, good to prime lld to 11i d, seconds 10d to lid. according to quality: separators 91.0 to 10d, dairies 7t'id to Sd. ('heese.- 'The demand is good for prime new lots. loaf sizes realising 6_bd, and me (iidins Cd to 6,.td. nlediunl qualities lower, sem i-lmatured 6 " ,d, mlaturled 7'td to d. Eggs.-Quantities forward this \\eek show a slight decrease on last \\eek ' receipts. Ordinary lite's sold at lid to 1/ per dozen, privates 1/1, and a few special lots higher. Ba con.-I'rime lighlt sides lld to 1000, medium weights 91',d, heav...

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ILLEGAL NETTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

ILLEGAL NETTING. Last week Mounted-constable Ryan proceeded to Lake Tyers, and seized a mesh nit set in the lake near the entrance to the ocean. It is probable that prosecutionls will follow the seiz are. t)n 'Tu'esdayv night last, while Con stables Rya naind Anstee were patrolling tlie waters of the North Arm at Cun Inghlame, they came across a poacher in his boat. An exciting chase fol lowed, and the fleeing poacher was obliged to throw his nets overboard to lighten his boat. tBut, as tile pu'rst ers galnedt steadily, he was compelled to runl his boat ashore and dash Into the bush ,in his endeavour to escape capture. The police seized tlie nets and boat, and renloved them to the police station. It is stated that al though tile offender got away, the constables got close eniough to recog nise him, and they. of course. were able to identify the boat: so a pro secution will probably result in this ease also, as the North Arm is rigor ously protected, being conisidered a nreeding-grou...

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CUNINGHAME POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. (Before Mr. C. J. Grey, P.M.) Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

CUNINGHAME POLICE COURT. VWEDNEISDAY, M ARCH .1. (Before Mr. C. J. Grey, P.M.) Debt. Christopher Foulkes siled Alexander Monta fir 5/, for or rive days' work at 7/ per day. Monla denieed liability, and SIt. Sandford, of Rairnsdale, ap pealred on his Itehalf. Fioulkes con ducted his own case. C(onplalnant is very dleaf, and defendant (an Indian) sploke very imtperfect'Enllsh. so that the 'nse pr'ceoded with .;r,.at dilli tiltly, and heated exchanges eeCllrredi hetwooen complainanat and defendant. I",oulkes stated that he w';rked five days for 'Monta at 7/ per day, and iad had not hieetl D?ld. Hte Ilabsolutely denied that 7Monta had paid himnt any money, or hought him any whisky. Defendant swore that complainant only w\'orcked 7'.. days, and that he had agreed to pay him £1 a week and keep. lie paid ii ie 10/, and bought a flask of whisky, csting 2/i, for complainant. William (Gorry, an aboriginal, swonr that hie \rwas present anid saiw eMonti pay the - to Foulkes, and also saw hinm g...

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