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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

; BEN A Butter Factory. NEVILL H, RODGERS, Manager. Proprietors = HOLDENSON & NIELSON FRESH tfOODJ'TY. LTD., 519 527 Flinders Street, Melbourne. Cream! Cream! Cream! Beoeived daily in any quantity. We sell our Butters on the world's . most profitable markets, and can guar antes bigbeBt values for Cream. ACCURATE RESULTS PBOMPC PAYMENTS WEEKLY. A trial cmifijjnmont of cream solicited. •Jj'or Bronchial C'vujflis, tnku pupils' (JUeat JPepiwiuiiat Cui'u 1J0,

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kongwak. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Kongwak. u A mooting, called to ascertain whether fclio shareholders of the butter factory would consent to take shares in the Gippsland Bacon Fac tory, lapsed for want of sufficient attendance to make a quorum. liatapaj'ers in both shires are very anxious that a short sectional road leading from Cairns to Kongwak should be opened up and some clear ing and works done. It is a short cnt to Kongwak and if the Poowong aiil Jeetlio shire would take action at once, it would confer a boon 011

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

WW WARD BROS o^° R3°^V SEWING MACHINES A fiead Sawing Maohlna Paya far KhIII Don't pay ■ 'ancy prlc* lor your maohlnol WARD BROS, selJ dircct to you at the lowest pos sible price—pay freight to your station and Absolutely guarantee their machines for 25 years. You can't do better than that—and you can't set • better machine for loreor money. Write fof,... illustrated Catalog—rost free. Machines of all makes repaired, XCeedles and Parts supplied for any Hacklat* 36-38 ERROL STREET NORTH MELBOURNE. • ■■»...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Ladies Please Note Ladies aro requested to note that the Oflieos of tlio Ladies ollego of Health; liavo boon removed from 40 Elizabeth Streot, to I'hair's Buildings; 327-112!) Collins Street, Melbourne. 'J'ho College lias tlio solo agency in Victoria for Dr.' 13. M. Coonley's famous Orange Lily Treatment, which for tlio past 25 years lias been effecting sucli wonderful cures among women in all parts.of Australia. For tlio bonefit of sufferers, and for thoso into whoso homes King linby has failed to appear, a free valuable medical book will : bo sunt to anyone writing to Dopt 49, Tlio Ladies College of Health, I'hair's iiuild-_ ings, 327 Collins Struct, jMolbonrae. ——EMBCg—ndl 11'I.JiJfc 11.-.BBk-tfcMWPOUMg j THE Rev. J. HOSKING Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Sends his opinion of CLEMENTS I TOHIC " f was recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run dou)n, suffered from nervous prostration, With insomnia and severe headaches. / had spent ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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200 Lads for Farm Work. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

200 Lads ior Farm Work —— :o: The next contingent of lads arriv ing from Great Britain for farm work will reach Melbourne by the s.s., Makarini about 14th June, and the Immigration Bureau is now receiving application from farmers or other country employers who may be need ing their assistance. Tho lads are available at a wage of from 10s per week and keop, and the Government is .desirous of placing thorn on farms where thoy will have opporiuuitiuu of gaining good exper ience. Tho party of 500 Lads.who recently' arrived by the s.s. Indrapura have been placed in employment, and farmers who may be in need of labor of this kind are advised to make oarly application to the Immigration and Labor Bureau, 555 Flinders Street, Melbourne. It will bo some time befoio another largo party will arrive.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

' NEVER WITHOUT THEM. " For years I sull'ered with indigestion ami constipation," says Mr W. 1', Dun stan, Menzies, \V.A. "I tried dozons of medicines, lint obtained no reliof. Hear ing my customers speak so highly of Chamberlain's TalJets I gavo them a trial. After only a fow dosos my hoalth was greatly improved and iiftor a courso I was completely relieved of both complaints," Soli by all cUwuijjte W& SteW&gWS* «L 3jvr V

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
S[?]orting. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Snorting. FOOTBALL. A danco in aid of the Poowong Football Club will tako place on Fri day night in the Poowoug Anthenioum If successful it is the intention of the club to hold similar functous during the wintor mouths. Tho first round of the local com petition was concluded on Saturday and loft Koruinburra tho only un defeated team. The}' won the whole live matches, Outtrini won four, Loch thrco, Leongatha two, while Poowong and Nyora are at the bottom with a draw each. [ Tlie fixture for Saturday between Korumburra and Lang Lang Asso ciations should prove a good draw if the weather is at all favorable. The Lang Lang team will arrive by special train about 2 o'clock. The match is to start at three o'clock and admission to the ground will bo 1/ for adults and (3d for ladies and children. An association umpire will | have cliargo of tho pame, so tho local playors will have to bo caroful about kicking in tho ruck. Both teams will be ontertainod at tho Victoria Hotel 1 after the match ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Never Neglect Backaches. ——:o: Do not neglect the waruin? message of the back that aches. ISackacho is a sign that your kidneys are weak ami not able to properly carry out their work o£ filtering the blood, then look after your k:dneys at the first sign of backache, for if neglcjted serious trouble will follow—rhcumatic pains, uriuary disorder, neuralgia, gra-.'el. stouc, dropsy Take Doin's Backiche Kidney Pills in time, and the cure is simple. MrB Inches, Mine Road, near cemetery, Korumburja, says:—"X have nil trouble with my back for a loug time j it was st'lt, weak and constantly paining! Nf> renudy . seemed able to do me good, and I used a great many. I also suffered from headaches aud dizziness, aud my re<t at night was dis turbed. thus I always felt tired and worn' out. I could not bend my back, or stoop to pick up anything. However, to get to the pleasant part of my experience, I found a cure—Doau's Backache Kidney l'ills. The firnt few biittles gave mo relief, ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Blankets; Blankets! lADIfS and GENTLEMEN, kindly read the following,— Having just purchased a very largo stock of Beautiful Blankets direct from the manufacturer at a largo discount for Spot Cash, it is my inteutiou to give you the bcr.efit of my good judgment and buying, and will put tho whole of them (100 Pairs assorted) at prices you will never see again. They are of oxtra special quality, and those of you who require Blankets I would strongly advise to not fail in securing at least one pair. Special inducement for cash. Special inducement for cash To be given away To be given away. TOWELS FREE. Flannelette Free. TOWELS FREE. Flannelette Free. With each pair of Blankets purchased for Cash Price List! Pri ce Tist! ■9ji sizo, White .-Morino Blauket, full size and plenty of width, suitablo for single and f-beds, special prico. 12s ;9ci: pair, and one large heavy Bro.-Terry Holler'Towel FREE. lO/'i sizo, lino heavy Merino Wool Blanket, for ^-beds, and will cover a double bed, having ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Court of Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, MAY 29. (Before Messrs P. Cohen, P M., and G. H. Murray, J.P.) DISEASED FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Court ot Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, MAY 29. (Befoco Messes LJ. Cohen, P M,, and G. H. Murray, J.P.) DISEASED 1'UUIT, Harold Richard Thompson was pro ceeded against by Inspeotor Sleeking, inspector under the Vegetation Dis I eaa°s Act, with having caused to be exposed for sale, on March 12, 16 cases of apples affected with codlin moth, and five cases of pears aQVcied with black spot. Mr Faichall "ap peared for the prosecution, and there was no appearance of defendant. •The inspector said that on March 12 he saw' certain fruit belonging to defendant that was exposed for salo at the auction mart. The apples were badly affected with codlin moth, and the pears were almost wholly affected with blaak spot, He visited defendant subsequently, who said he did not know the apples ancl poata were so badly diseased, A, E. Witton, auctioneer^ stated that' the apples and pears referred to were reoeived from W. H. Thompson, and entered for sale in tha name of Thompson and Co. The Polioe Magistrate sta...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Position of Clubs. Played Won Lost) Pts. " Com. Korumburra 5 5 0 20 Outti'im 5 4 I 16 Lock .5 3 2 12 Leongatha 5 2 3 S Nyoi'a 5 0 *1' "2 Poowong 5 0 d' 2 Poowong and Nj'ora played a draw.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KORUMBURRA V. OUTTRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

KOROMBDRKA V. ODTTUIM. Tlio wot weather had very littlo effect 011 tlio attondauco at this game, which was played oil the showground. Outtrim brought a good crowd of supporters with thom. Over £8 was takon at tlio, gate, which showed the groat iutorost that was taken in the fixturo. Wlion tlio gamo commeucod Out trim played towards the town. Ko rumburra wore first to attack, but Bliss returned to contre. From a free Tilson scat forward and Mitchell scored a behind. Another attack was stopped by Piper and Bliss. Cliivors put Korumburra on the de fensive. Erieksou marked in a good position but nothing resulted. Soon after Tibballs raised a Hag. Stevens, stopped a rush. Morris had a mark i right in front but only raised one flag. Williams Bros, wore prominent in getting play past centro. Roeco .Will(anus iiml JUitcholl put in good I work and the ball wont out near Outtrim's posts. A poiut was added. Play wont quickly to (lie other end'j and Erickson raised a flag, which | was the last ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THRIFT MEANS PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

THRIFT MEANS PROGRESS. "The uian who spends all the money he earns is like a mill-horse. He goea round and round at his daily routing but he never gets forward or makes any real progress." Such is the dictum of a successful business man who dates his prosperity from the time when he began to lay by money for the future. The habit of saving,"he points out, Is a valuable one in several ways. Not only js the thrifty man provided against adversity, but his conscious ness of the fact gives him the confi dence needed in embarking on new enterprises. Moreover, money has a way of at tracting money. It grows by the ad dition of interest, and also by the stimulus it gives its possessor to in crease it by constant contributions from his surplus. In his story, "The Clipper of the Clouds," Jules Verne gave us an ac count of an air-ship which made thrill ing reading when we were younger. Persons of mature years might well read it now, as a foretaste of the mar vels which before long we are quite ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

rpo ! H r a M T O B B fatTnt s Obtained in Commonwealth and Eise where for improved met&ods of Appli ances, Toole, etc., of any description. Full Information. Coats, etc., eent on application to A. 0. SAGH3E, C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Ccillns and William Ste,, MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Premier Coach Factory & Shoeing Eorge R. Boston Coachbuilder and. General Blacksmith, Eaclovick-St.., K.OBUMBURA TELEPHONE ZSTO. 11. Vehicles of every description built to order REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED; —— TIRING W)NE DAILY. — Painting & 'JVimiuiny 'lone at shortest notice New and Sec n Viand Buggies cheaper than Melbourne SHOEING DONE BIT .A. First-class Shoeing Smith Strong Cprnforl^le and Reliable Motor Cars for Sale

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Settling a Dispute. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

Settling a Dispute. "I must Insist, sir," exclaimed the pompous person, "that the device is a fire-plug." "And I am equally confident that it is a water-plug," retorted the mild in dividual. ' '"Now, my dear sir," puffed the pompous person, "this device1 was put here primarily as a plug on whfch to attach a hose in case of fire in the vicinity. ' Therefore it is absolutely impossible that it can be anything but a lire-plug." "You are entirely wrong," declared the other. "This plug was placed here to supply water. Consequently, it is a water-plug. If it supplied fire —why, then, of course, it would be a fire-plug." The pompous person stopped a pass ing pedestrian. "Sir," he began, "I desire to appeal to your intelligence. This gentleman has become involved in an argument with me. 'He insists that this device is a water-plug, while I, with equal confidence, claim that it is a lire plug. Will you kindly settle the ques tion for us?" "Certainly," replied the pedestrian. "You say this is...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]RUE STOR[?] OF A SHETLAND PONY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

(RUE STOR 1 OF A SHETLAND PONY. A well-autheiuicatcd and extraordln «ry case of the sagacity of the She' land pony has just come under out notice. A year or two ago Mr. William Sin clalr, pupil teacher. Holm, importet one of these little animals from Shel land on which to riile to and fron school, his residence being at a cou siderable distance from the schoo. buildings. Up to that time the animal had been unshod, but some time after warJs Mr. Sinclair had it shod by i >Ir. Pratt, the parish blacksmith. I The other day Mr. Pratt, wliosr smithy is a long distance from Mr Sinclair's house, saw the pony, with out halter or anything upon it, wall; ing tip to where he was working Thinking the animal had strayed fron homo, he drove it oil, throwing stones-' after the beast to make it run home wards. This had the desired elTVi Ior a short time; but Mr. Pratt )>-• only fairly got. to work once nw the smithy when the pony's head;. made ils appearance at the door. On proceeding a second...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

WbiETs ,fl£S3ATED ^?atic ^fodzjn/ . , I.ever brand on your toilet table i'.u-ans ilie best sl;in soap. %cr&tAjT alman^ vn juwfjLrr amJj MM JAb AaJb cxrniA/YUA&d /ta nmt/t&aM/

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WHERE CRUSOE REALLY LIVED [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

WHERE CRUSOE REALLY LIVED Most of the daily papers, in recon. fng tho destruction of Juan Ferna: dez by the Chili;in earthquake, allude to it as "Robinson Crusoe's Island." This is all wrong, since Defoe placei the island which was the sceue of hi. immortal romance oft the moiuh c - the Orinoco River. It is a fact, c course, that a seaman named Alexan dor Selkirk was marooned upon Jua; Fernandez for the space of about fou years. But it is very doubtful whethc Defoe had this case in miud whei writing "Robinson Crusoe." Far more likely is it that lie wa ' thinking of Fernao Lopez, whose nam and story must have been perfectly f; miliar to him, although it has passe out of tho knowledge of us, his succef sors. Lopez was a Portuguese renegadi who embraced Mohammedanism, am fought against his own countrymei For this he was subjected to barbar otis mutilations by Dalboquerque, th Viccroy of Goa, and was so persecute otherwise that he fled to St. Helena then an uninhabited island. There he ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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And P'r'aps He'd Think Again. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 4 June 1914

And PVaps He'd Think Again. I'd love to pay the income tax, I'd pay it with delight; I'd pile the stuff in precious stacks-— I'd sit up half the night. I'd try to be the first to pay— : I'd he it if I could; And then I'd go my cheerful way—;• At least, I think I would. " Of. course, I'd want an income big— So I could pay the more; The deeper down I had to dig The richer stream I'd pour. If "I had coupous piled in racks, With millions to the good. How joyously I'd pay the tax— At least, I think I would. "Life," my brcddren," said the ne gro philosopher, "am mos'ly made up of prayiu' for rain, an' then wishin' it would clear off." When we are dis appointed at not get something we have set our hearts on, we must re member that if we got it, it might not have made us as happy as we think. The whirligig of fashion may bring round the most sudden and dazzling changes, anUT.ii(;'~riT!ie3~dPiue"fdire£' * may multiply like leaves in Vallom brosa; but there is nothing that will make u woman s...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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