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A VISIT TO BAIRNSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

A VISIT TO BAIRNSDALE. --4------ (BY TRAVELLER.) The special train which left Sale 'nt T'hursday last for the Bairnadale I ospital Carnival took i fair per 'entage of the Sale residents, an ex tr-a carriage liav'ing to he added to nmiett the requiremlents. I nfortunate Iy tile hour of starting was erronleonls iy stalted, the train leav`ing at S a.m. aid nlt 7.:10, at; advertised. This miiade it difference to smle, especially those with families. Iairnsdale was reaih in good ti.ne, and the lpr'ocesslon i th, ?rl latnds started about 11 .111. 'olltl'atl'y to Iusual with ntuchll galhlrillngs tl, i' proct'ssioin this yeI l"ll'was I ' I' elow ithse of previous ones. As i rule tie' iiairnsdale plrocssinos stand in the ltout ralnk. The pride of place was giv\n to the champion' Scotchi Pipers' iand 'which, tiv the i' Ii\. st about' .l.:t). thl e weird and strikilng marches of the Ilighland ers. and their ati tre live and .ss{ily ' costumets, at tracting cl\lsideraihle attention. (ne observa...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. EFFORTS AT REFORM. LANDS MINISTER'S ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. ,FFUIITS AT IEFOR1M. LANDS .MINISTL? ' ANNtU'NCE 31ENI'T. On consideration of tihe report lof the sub-cominuittee on closer settlement, the State Minietry resolved that a number of the refo'rmls reconlended should be carried out by the .Minis ter of Lands, pending the appointment of the 1Royal Comiussion. File sub comlllittee drew particular attention to tile complaints ofi settlers regardilng thle defective systemll of keel)ing ac counts and dealing with correspond ence. Many settlers were not proper ly illformelld, it was observed. of their actuial lilnalcial relations with the Closer Settleent Board. The sub colmmlittee IrecoU!llended that a pas5s iiookl system should e adopted. .lMr. Law:son stated ojl Friday that tile raI trouil .' I as that the board might have live separate accounts with tle s1-ttler's- 1) tilt, land ac ui ntt; "1 tile lihlule accuullt; (.3) grading accvounL: L l () the live stock .lO'cntlt; alnd (5) tit adivaunces llnder s'tion -1 of thie ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WELL AND STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

WVELL AND) STblU't What a grant tilng it is for \\wouln to feel \Veil ad strong !1:1 Lru College of Ieautl hii s tin toui'gu tore aixi 1 hoUle treatrwoi Ltnal t s 1'12cloiri - n :i- , sancs toh i c!L1 u-Ltllhý Cunt. bc'-s interitiet coil a"lll II .i i L)~4;1111';ilr~~ I~il~ii~ljl' I~j _lll'jl?. -10. Lauttes Uv: '_ . liuKlt ai L in Iatl It iS c csr :a._ 101: :II tie ',t t rl ii a t ALrtcan-i u)crtlaill : II -i i 1 , icd t I ri-e11calv 1' i3ritois LtU1i re vh~i -a' a ocludt. ,ý\III I c 1dL 'll facres, ctcti"u p in liu- ia .this the United adat'r'E at"e~ I iOi'tp t iii ie'* C1 q Iir o n Anaut+irat I. ta m s il l Uý r t'q i Sta i

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday. THE SALE GUN CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (By* Wire.) - (Froem Our Own Correspondent) Melbourne, Monday. TIlE SALE GUN CASE. Mr. Justice A'Beckett gave his re served judgment this morning in the. case of \\illiamn O'Connor, of Sale, who was charged with having carried firearms on a Sunday. His Honor said that it appeared that accused camne in a boat to. the Sale canal wharf one Sunday evening. There were six guns in the boat. The defen dant claimed one of the guns, which was in a case. The police magistrate at Sale dismissed the case, and in that he was right, as there was no evidence that defendant was "found carrying" the weapon. If the magistrate had merely said that thie "case was dis missed" there would have been no order to review, but, according to an atlidavit, he said that he considered that it was not a breach of the law to carry a gun in pieces or in ai case on Sunday. His Honor thought that iarrylng a gun in pieces or inl a case would be within the letter of the law, and that the carrier ini...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

A.N.A. •The fortilightly meeting of the above biranch took place last Friday ev\'cning, Plresident Kelsey..being in the chair. .An invitation was received fromn the A.W.A. to a fruit and crockery social to be held on. Tuesday, March ;?l. It is desired: that members appear in strong force, and ais the object oi thile sister branch is to replenish its store of. crockery,. visitors are requested to bring-; along: a. white cup and saucel. Thie A.T.A. is deservedly noted for the :?ay they conduct their socials, and should be well supported. For. Thursday, the 2tith inst., the River. Islands trustees are promoting another. working-bee, with the object of flirther clearing the smallt island. Williing helpers are invited, and the co-operattion of mlotor-boat O\vwlllS hlas been secured. 1Motor-boats will leave for the island at 2 p.m. Workers are asked to arm themselves with slasher or spade, and will be entertained at afternoon-tea .by the ladies of the A.W.A. anid. others. The balance-shee...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

THE OEAULES FULL. "Bonus, or no bonus," says the Hon. J. CooaK "'tre country needs to have its craules lull." A uoo dealing with this suoject in a most intormative way will be apprecimae 6y cuildless miarried coupime. Ji will ou ent iree if idis re-i uAned iJr t,,aage. AadresD Lepi. 40, LcliaJo venet~? r Ldten, 4d LShzaoetOLII Street, iUntuuurnie. Mr. useo. Bonney, of the Gurdies, about eiglnt miles from Lang Lang, in putunig uuw?i-a lore. zor water, struck an exuaorainary n1ow at 40 eet. iThe water, wnlca is pure and Iresh, is iltsu?, at toe rate of anout 3BMU gals. p±r uIar. it is- expecte tme new will Ou a ~irmaneiit ene, ana pipes . are Uci, t OO Lcwn.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COURT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

COURT CASES. Mlyrtle Shadforth, aged 19, married at 1a, but living apart from her hus band. was sentenced to.a month, with suspension on good behaviour bolid, tur vagrancy. George Taylor was sentenced to 12 months, and James Cottrell to three months, but good behaviour bonds were accepted. In Cottrell's case the evidence showed that a girl decoyed a man into a park, when Taylor and Cottrell, producing a revolver, robbed him.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORBOST FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

THE ORBOST FATALITY. The '" now\ y liivt r .1 ;il" rtpolrtS , t\itli refternce to ithe recent fatal cX Iplosiin at UrIlloa t, 1Vt'l11 t _hree nlull lost their liv'es, that Mr. tottunani, detpIty cor'onel', optenedt anll in tliry, andti aftterl obtaining cvidence ai to tilthe identity it •thel dteceasted, gaitve tilhe nIce'(.;ssLry orlrt' for thie intermeIt ill thilt rllemains. Thll fuiineral' uk Ptlace on LinLl ay al tr lnoo, l. aineg the Catholic t'ilhurch at i ill 'tl , anttti t.l-11re was a \ V 'l'- l ' ll'te, that lie wasIe. The Pir1? . ilthe lr lt l reit well kndutend nthe i ial servicecc unti e nt- ilty of life, 81i1 t ( tt' 1 lt;lh t, (I I l" ymp.thll tir the beretit'ed relatives. A Thes !r thcause re of the st.ouls of thei cthron on it at twhe elelirated sill cl illtl lMr Caroll strck a sprfrom Thes beceased Johnl \illitan t'c arroli \roa some cyatse orf ther, tsand leaveiits erwidl sill ta l large fatll, Otne .i whom hat the married. eahis son, Peter Pull 'ar foil, was 1S s...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. The Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co. Ltd. report: 1vheat.-F.a.q. 3/9': to 3/10, medium qualities according to sample. Oats. --9illuig 1/11, feed 1/9% to 1/10 for best, 1/'IW to 1/S for medium. Bar ley.-Choice English scarce at 3/6, good 3/2 to 3/4, no enquiry for me alum; Cape 1/11 to 2/4, according to quanlty. Maize.-This has been much nrmer during the past lew days. Sup plies are lignt, and there are a good many enquiries on the market from the Northern States. Holders are to day asking 3/10 for prime lines. Po tatoes.-1-eavy deliveries at the end of last week made the market much easier. To-day prime Carmans and. Brownells are selilg at £3/10/ to £3 15/. Onions.-These are very quiet, and £6 is now top. -Chaff.-Although heavq quantities continue to come torward, the mnarket is rather better. Prime oatenl is selling at 53/2/6 -to .£3 ,/, and good at a3, out lower grades are very dinicult to clear at prices ranging down to £2/12/6 to £2/15/.<...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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SIR JOHN MADDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

SIR JOHN MADDEN. Mr. Mackinnon, the State Attorney Gieneral, tand other leading lawyers, bade Sir John Madden, the. Chief Jus tice, farewell in court this morning. It is understood that he will probably receive a baronetcy.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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MAFFRA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

MAFFRA POLICE COURT. FRIDfAY, IMARC]!I 20. icfnfri Jisstts. iiorstttntt. 1'. I. Liii toll, .1. J. Lintont andc E. A. Prino, h. i:. mri oiit v. Mticihttil L anigan: .\ssaitt.i Mr. I:ic," for paidantiff: 7i t. Ntyhtfnr titetltidttf. Adil u~nit to i:111i~t, of ;l,ýt in i tit a ' llwgising itii di 1,ac int; cost.lltnt to'ln't Ii'o etc, dtar v. 'i'hoitta nii~i~ 5'ititlfz is it ,g't ttcrotlt' ia l ht> i 'ax'. ifit' aofj,j it , for t1,111i i ant af f i _ t , ttfft ti ith I ,2'4 * a:1h1, ftiro It.. * . f4t - .ft, l flljitf: fI i v iti 12,,'C .\fti;fts 2,i 'll t'I V ii c- Il I1'. t_'sght ti'' for tlift itt ilt. \- dit~t for leo ,'. . Russll . Sirp]hait: fa:tft Ofl \ir P1,' ic fnr pla~finiff. t.'ttltifirii, ant .dt with (3ifrg m ii . l f~idi ft itfniii- t\lC witt lott a lntizf _,. ij h S o1s

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A PERFECT HELL! [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

A PERFECT HELL! Ah Youey wais fined £50 and costs for sly-grog selling. The police de scribed his house as "a perfect hell.'

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

MELBOA-.."-E HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. ?I~ Y Yunglnisbaiud. It': aniid Co. Sliinas.-\e itnbntitird e targe atnd .riicr~·tl I~it~tit ita- e of S~ owl siitit to a :_oo\;d atte riiincr of buyers. WhInilst nii'' tio t . as i nittittet and aulot it fn-l :t I ,tt l 1-0ttI' 'Ipt liplals, stIlt ntinn iir mt dot .riilitoti itt ivitth to st a trti l n iti a t tt sligbitlt iii'lill seetio ofti 100) h~ides.w OTan (.t0 shiptt Iti operatetd freely, and tt' Vtt":S uings werte tulty maitn t in d. -i i.. ii tttitfatttturer. however, tittrtd t Lll:oftrtime wtijte mix lin , t I i t 11 tirlint t tI,'ttlter~ ColOt, w th iil i' t f site t d. idelty lower' U I ' a ii frlight tt . o i tis-1ts dto sO'

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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IGNORING A VITAL FEATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

itGNU?\iXG A VITAL FEATURE. Tl:re:e years ago, when Mr. G. H. I. .r, the ii aliforntian expert in charge of the Jlattra bet dugar Factory, ar ri',i at his new h!oitlte, he found, in te mlont.h of March, the whole of the country Breen w\ith rich herbage. He "wwa-s g?vll to understand that ihnis was lie norm:al state of affairs, and on that Iassurance Calne to the conclusion that the natural rainfall would suitice for the production of successful crops of sugar beet. In any case, the question a- to whether beets would grow or not ,ii not directly concern hint. He was brought out to place the Maffra mill ii good working order, and that he has fully succeeded in accomplishing this by no means simple task is freely admitted by local residents. Under his management the Maffra factory has worked faultlessly, and the sugar manufactured by It has been admit ted by hostile experts to be of the very highest quality. Last year a long spell of dry weather intervened between December and February...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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SCHOOL TEACHER'S LIBEL ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

SCHIOOCL TEACiHER'S LIBEL ACTION. Mr. K. C. Heward, a State-school teacher, obtained a verdict of £200 and costs against- A. I-. Blake, grazier, of Lang Lang, for libel. The case has been dragging on for some days, and full details have appeared in the lel bourne papers.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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HOME RULE CRISIS. TROOPS SENT TO ULSTER. London, March 22. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

HOME RULE CRISIS. TRUOPS SENT TiLO UL-STEIRfl (Per Reuter. t Lond'mon, Ž11h hJ_ 1Ili2t ti ut.! dex-elopltutent hiave 22 'ii r~t i 0 2 2o i l-cn ncu t i( n w i t h [1 2 o1 e h u le . Ii 1r+'} .2 2at c Lc" c .zrleued to I I' .2±'!' 0"11 ;l 11 s2Vi12 l ca,21221 ohiCrcs re 1iu 1" t~ s' i(22. ;111 41 resigned. houn1 ied 'Ž2120 t 2i,120g12 into2 hee 1t, Iiitet andl th. ['.2Ž h.+_ gr~inod aud iC.'i22Ž to lord 1: 'h it 1 the I.'itlnt~ir fo0! Ill .2" t r:11 iti-taniCs the troop havt~e - -I l witl tall cartr idge Pt 02 Mitiist.r ht Alt. AsqiuithI ! 2i "I it - th~t tlhere is no2 Trutihi in the 'I I. 210 0 .tint .arr~ltats have been is , 3frhearrestt 22f the Uhlsher head qtor l~it.'rt .2-1ars''o, the t'Ister bea(Ier, i 22 it flO I1:i, i0 (Ž21111122 I w i1. 1 0u1nt l a is 210222rl2 "1 1., 212 ;l-110ie2 h2iygtlaril of ¾' st" II. ' RrI-it 1 \i2!i 1 i It is r"1) 1111 , .2 ,02lda \iC'. wjislt n It 1: 221t \, Ihis 111, :t2Ž2222C t'r1 w22 the 102.42212' ," 1122' navy iti.itii o 22u 1'0. 1'is t~ ll0 No...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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CLOSER SETTLEMENT IN GIPPSLAND. ITS DEPENDENCE UPON IRRIGATION. FUTURE OF SUGAR BEET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT IN GIPPSLAND. -4-- ITS DEPENDENCE UPON IRRIGA TION. FUTURE OF SUGAR BEET. (By the "Leader Agricultural Re porter.) Since the middle of November last there has been no rain of any moment in the. whole country between Traral gon and Bairnsdale. Consequently, the soil is parched and brown, while such summer todders as maize and Japan ese millet- have: almost completely failed." There is a serious scarcity of succulent t'feed,= and in many places water supplies, usually regarded as permanent, have given out. Such grass as is available is coarse and woody, and reports are already to hand of stock .dying from impaction. Milk and .cream supplies to uutter factories have shrunk to about half their nornial volume, and for the tulle being every farmer in Gppsiano is sunering trom the continuance of the long .rainless period that is being passed througn. In common wltn otner crops, sugar beet has explerienc ed the full. effect of the unfavourable season, and except where the ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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NEGLECTED ROADS. SHIRE'S WAITING POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

NEGLECTED ROADS. SHIRE'S WAITING POLICY. Whilst admitting that the shire c:uncils have neglected the main roads, being content, apparently to stand still while the rest of the world moves on, Mr. Hagelthorn, the Min ister for Public Works, said on Fri day that a great improvement would be made in the near future by the Country Roads Board. Had the shire councils been awake .to the value of good roads to all country municipali ties, the Country Roads Board would not have been necessary. He agreed with the f''Argus," that there should be as little delay as possible in mak ing all., the main roads suitable for traffic; The chief weakness in the control of roads by the shire councils was that attention was given to subsi diary highways; to the neglect of the more important thoroughfares lead ing from one municipality to another. They catered for local, as against through traffic requirements. Where ever the traveller passed through com paratively uncultivated stretches of country. lying...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

BABIES. Babies are Australia ' best iunui granltLs, UtL II Il ;ily 11il11tes babiy ueS nUL a?,jip.i, 51eaiti' Lu tLle disap yiU1L UiutllL t ' d: u J;U: 1L a i O lie. lluellt S, dilUdPj'Ui1:1i.U aL1 sLaU1l15y UldSised LU tun' a i l'tl U liu i l) - quatilled ll1y re rLt'i t ti ?! L le tL.i UL i ut lll iitalil CI lici.Ly,, jl. Uliil'll, U 1 ll .L 1si0, acnd stlt , i U1 lts ll r U " Ltl Ults Jillg Ut lU Club utitle . tll lL l" la .3de 1iy pUS 5,lle, i ly lil ttiie Ut La IiUrIire . lul ll. Il i -.tlc iiat lit?i I Lust vai1uableS U. vU ,lt "' it) LU el 111:1i 1 110ih Ul S, gils to pUeitet mltail, and saved ll;.ly dii L uII':latUil. su ect, to ge 1LL c.Ve., is na1ur lUr 11ea ColsiiLLIU 19 L -or tIbeth-s. et1L iSitbo uen p. ce o Sdues y, ;SL .s11arel, w\ten tLie coin pai S ra It.LUsIiLtaU\ e may be seen at tIle Club tIUel IrUnt LU LU U.3. Mean --U -t, .60d td pUslagd tur tree "Na ura s ,ieaitLl Guide, giving valuable tittdinnariebl eon tile subjeet, to i-ept. 1.3N, Natura'" Health Cou, 49 E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 24 March 1914

AUCTIONS. THEO. B. LITTLE &amp; CO. A.-:otineoors and Valuators, Stock and Station Agents, SALE, TLRARALGON, and at 657 BOURiE ST., MELBOURNE. Matra, liHeylicld, Morwell, stratford, Longford, Yinnar, Brlagolong, Mirboo North, Boolara. Agents for- Australian Mutual Provident Co. Liverpool, London and Globe Insur ance Co. P. and 0. Shipping Co. Mt'llwraith, M' Eacharn aud Co. Curator of Intestate Estates. Grldsbrough, Mort and Co. National Trustees .nd Executors Co. Quibell's Sheep Dip. LOAN S NEGOTIATED. Associated with O'Connor, Little and Field, Ytrram. SPECIAL SHEEP AND CALTLE SALE. PALE BOROUGH YARDS. TO-MORROW, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. THEO. B. LITTLE &amp; CO. will sell in the Sale Borough Yards as above, after arrival of midday train, about 8500 Superior Sheep, comprising 1000 Nice Quality \Veaners, in lots 450 4 and 6-tooth Crossbred Ewes, forward condition, a grand line. 500 6 and S-tooth Crossbred Ewes, in lamb to Lincolns, 400 6 and S-tooth Crossbred Ewes, very forward...

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