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ALLEGED INCENDIARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

ALLEGED INCENDIARISM. 1Fredcrick Saunders, a labliurel', about 45 years of age, was on Satur day arrested by Constable Green, of Mirboo North, on a charge of having burned down Mr. Westcott's store at 3oolarra on the morning of March 16. The accused had in his possession when arrested property which had been reported to the police as stolen from the store. A charge has also been laid against him on that count. He was formally brought before a Bench of justices at Boolarra and re manded to appear at Mirboo North Police Court. The store stock was valued at between £1,600 and £1,700. 'Mr. Westcott had it insured in the Alliance Company for £1,000. The building was owned by MIr. Penaluna, and valued at £350. It was insured in the same company for £200. Only Queenaland. and New South Wales are now shipping butter in any quantity to the United Kingdom. Victoria's contributions to the re quirements of the London market having fallen away substantially and speedily under the influence of ad...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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STRATFORD SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

STRATFORD SPORTS. There was a very good attendanoe at the abve sports yesterday, includ ing a good contingent from Sale, the motor-bus from Bartlett's garage be ing well patronised. About £22 was taken at the gates. Mr. Jas. 1' Lach land, M.L.A.. was present. The Strat ford Band enlivened the proceedings with excellent music. The joint hon. secretaries, Messrs. B. A. 1Wilson and G. H. Smith, were most assidivus and attentive to all. The following are the results: Maiden Plate. First £1, second 10/. -First heat: A. May 1, C. Stewart 2. Second heat: L. Sheehan 1, J. Roberts 2. Third heat: J. M' Murray 1, J. tourke 2. Final: J. Bourke 1, A. M1iy 2. Novice Bicycle Race. Half-mile. First lieat: R. Ilumphreys 1, A. Calla ghan 2. Second heat: S. Luxford 1, T. Calvert 2. Final: T. Calvert 1, R. Shetlield Handicap.-First heat: -T. c'oloe 1, H. Thornley 2. Second heat: E. Mlay 1, W. Hartley 2. Final: .'oloe 1, Bourke 2. Log Chop, 12in. logs.-.M1. W. Coloe 1, S. Luxford 2. Won easily. One Mile...

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STRATFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

STRATFOIRD. The visit of the Stratford cricket -rs to Dargo was an event which was eagerly looked forward to by both clubs. The majority of the visitors arrived at Dargo on the Thursday, the retnainder arriving at their des tlnation on Friday evening, the match taking place on: Saturday, andt resulted ill an lunlexpeolted easy wini for the vis itors by one innings and 27 runs. The scores were-Stratftord (12), 1.19; Morrison 51, -Banylis 25, Perrin 12 (all retired), Rev. Brain 26, C'. Stewart 15, M' Murray 15, and 0. Stewart 14 not oit, being top scorers. Dargo (ill, first innings 34 tRaker 141: second in nings 2.t. Sotme fine bowling annlyvses 'were seculred iby tile visit,'rs--layvlis 3 for 1. Rev. Brain 3 for 3. C. Stewart e for 11, Jno. Leo 5 for 22. F. Traill bowled host for I)argo. I'he fielding of the visitors was an eye-opener for the locals, no fewer than tfve attsietlln he itg I'lln ottt, anid no catches being tmis sed. Bad fietling on the part of the Dargoites was responsi...

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TRAFALGAR RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

TRA FALGAR ,RACEJS. 'The Trafalgar Turf Club-held a suc casful meeting vn Tuesday. The pub lic had a good day, every favourite winning. Results:-Handicap Hurdles, about two iiles.-A. J. Lucas's Nine of Diamonds. 10.5 (Ih. Leachy), 1; R. ScarlCtt's CliIlnda, 9.12 (?'. Brace), "; M. Ambrose 's The Miller, 9.S (J. Ed wards). 3. Betting: 6 to 4 against Chunda, even money Nine of Diamonds, 4 to I The Miller. A protest against the winner was dismissed. Trial Han dicap. live furlongs.-R. Cooper's Slo gan, 6yrs., 7.7 (R. Campbell). 1; C. A. Oliver's Anchor Brand (late Fash ion Plate), 7.5 (1\. Grace), 2; J. Dun can's Plutocrat, 7.12 (H. Jackson), 3. Betting: Evens Slogan, 2 to 1 against Plutocrat, 6 to.1, Eminate, 7 to 1 An chor Brand, .10 to 1 Rhythmic.° Han dicap Pony Race, about five furlongs. -A. Thomas's' Little . Step, 8.4 (J. Clyde), 1; M1. Becker's Aurarla, 7.5 (J. Higgins), 2. -Betting: 2 to 1 on Little Step, evens Auraria. Won by five lengths. Trafalgar Handicap, about 3 furlongs....

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DISTRICT NEWS. CLYDEBANK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. (CLYDEBANK. The Clydebank annual picnic was held at Marley Point on the 19th inst., and being favoured by a perfect day, a most enjoyable time was spent. Re sults were as under:-Boys under 6: IT. White 1, Reg. Murphy 2. A. White 3. Girls under 6: V. Mitchell 1, A. Vinicombe 2, H. Nadenbusch 3. Boys under 8: T. IHansen 1, R. Vini combe 2, H. '1hblte 3. Girls under 8: K. Chinn 1. 'M. Robb 2, 5M. Hansen 3. Boys under 10: Len ('hinn 1. T. Han sen 2, S. Glover 3. Girls under 10: K. Chinn 1, M. ttanson 2, R. Whlite :. It vs under 12: 1). Glenn 1, Stan Glover 2, R. Glover 3. Girls under 12: A. Hansen 1, V. IRonalds 2, D. Chlnn 3. Hoys under 14: L. Cthinn 1, R. Glover 2, 1). Glenn 3. Girls under 14: B. Smith 1. A. Hardy 2. A. Hansen 3. Hoys under 16: E. Gouch 1, K. Vini combe 2, C. Murphy 3. Girls under 16: A. Hansen 1, H. Smith 2, A. Hardy 3. Boy's jumble boot race: L. Chinn 1, R. Glover 2, WV. Vlnicombe 3. Girls' run and skip, under 12: D. C(hinn 1. A. Hansen 2. Boys' sack ...

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

BOWLS. The V.B.A. Is sending four rink.s to Traralgon ot Saturday, to try - elusions with the Gippsland Bowling Associationl Strong teams are being chosen to represent Gippsland, who- players should give a good ac-lrint of themselves.. The Sale rink will con sist of the following:--H1-olt. Lsli. Daley, and Jas. Napper.

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KAISER'S EXERCISE WIELDS THE AXE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

KAISER'S EXERCISE \III)DS THIE AXE. It is understood that during his usual winter residence at Potsdami the Emperor \Villiamn. on the recotunenda tion of his physicians. has devoted a good deal of time and energy to the chopping of wood (says the Berlin cor respondent of "'The Telegraph.") Clad in Court hunting dress, the monarch could he seen almost every morning in the grounds of the palace---of the pri vilege of access to which the public makes but little use at this time of the year-vigorously plying a saw on the trunks and branches of trees, and then. with undiminished energy, hew ing the short logs into pieces of con venient size for burning. In this occupation lie was assisted by an expert workman, plat ed at his disposal by the managenienpt of the Royal gardens. Not infreqt!,ntly the Empress watched her cons,,rt at his unfamiliar exercise. and j'cularly measured up the pile of ti r., awo,t to see whether the prescribed t lily task had been fully acconmlplishedli. 'htile oc c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

AUCTIONS. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. :':ecti)neers and Valuators, Stook and Station Agents, SALE, TRARA.LGON, and at 4657 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE. laffra, Heyfiold, Morwell, Stratford, Longford, Yinnar, Briagolong, Mlrboo North, Boolara. Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Co. Liverpool, London and Globe Insur ance Co. P. and O. Shipplng Co. M'Ilwraith, M'Eacharn and Co. Curator of Intestate Estates. Gcldabrough, Mort and Co. National Trustees .nd Executors Co. Q:ibell's Sheep Dip. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Associated with O'Connor, Little and Field, Y.Tram. SALE BOROUGH YARDS. SATURDAY, MARCH 28. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell at the Borough Yards on above date 10 Fat Cows 6 Springers 50 Mixed Store Cattle At 3 p.m. .Account Owner, to close account 1 Oil Engine, good order 1 Portable Engine STRATFORD. MONDAY, MARCH 30. ,THEO. B. LITTLE & CO will hold their next sale in Poole's Yards, on above date, when they will sell 30 Fat Cattle 10 Store Cows 20 18-months-old Heifer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

BUCHANAN'S "BLACK& WHITE" WHISKY A sigh-class Comfort. arc - Su 1 8 115 22:29 on. 2 9 162 30 ITu. 3 1 o1712431 ed. 4 1411825... Thu. 5 11926... SFri 6 132 27... Sat. 71 1 ... SHIPPING. SALE STEAMBOAT CO. LTD. DAILY SERVICE (Sundays excepted). The Company's Steamers, Omeo and ego, leave SALE and CUNING AME DAILY--Sale 1.45, upon arrival of furst train from Melbourne, Cuning name 8 am. Fares: RETURN 12/, SINGLE S/. Calling at Latrobe, Holland's, payneOVlle, Metung and New Works. Office, Foster-street JAS. E. PATERSON, Secretary. I1pp-LAND STEAMERS PTY. LTD. `etg·uar Steamship Service Between MELBOURNE and all GIPPSLAND PORTS. S.S. QUEENSCLIFFE Iaves Melbourne every Saturday for THE LAKES DIRECT, arrying Cargo for Sale. MafIra, Stratford. Metung. Paynesvclle, and the Surrounding Districts. Lowest Rates of Freight. Head Office-466 Collina-street, Mel bournae. Sale Office-Foder Street. E H. WALTER. Branch Manager. L NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD ,D, IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL DI'- CT STEAMERS to...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

The Sale ire riga Is seding o Practiclly recognulse the services of theIr lae postmaster, Mr. Andrewn Sutherla, e position. A who has retired front the Mr. Posi . A strong icommittee, with Mr. W. IT. Newaham as chairman, and are making Futcher as hon. seretary iar maing arrangments to hold a 1OCirl functhe s on MduensdY, April T, in he rsiOngdrd afll. The question of the liens that have been taken on crops by the Closaj Settlement Board wva discussed, and the opinion of the Attorney-General on the methods followed in the past was before the Cabinet on Monday. It was decided that, in future, the lien should be taken only for the excess over 60 per cent. on the ilnprovements The Education Department has de cided to subsidise tne amount raised by the school committee of the Sale State-school to the extent of £2S/15/ for the purpose of erecting a shelter shed at the school; and as soon as the new committee meets instructions will oe given to the contractor to goo. with the work. Surpris...

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CONSIDERATE FRIEND "POOR OLD JINGLES" [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

CONSIDERATE FRItD "I'PooI OLD FINGL 'N" At lingiston Police 'Court iestrcla reports " The Daily News'" : ;1 anir?\ "31 the solicitor's table was st:c;vn \ with valuable silver plate, c1 ml pl'sinI candelabra. candlesticks, ke:;;ls. aund other articles. found in a. s!k in p roster's barrowV. Two mlen. Henry \V1codlridge. 40, eneral r Chertsey, and Daniel O1Ct utll. laborer, of Kingstoii. t crc char: with being in the unlawful I ',, t sessl of the articles. It was stated that on the w, v to the police station O'Connell said: "It it only lin and Jingles (\\'oodl ri.lge). :lll if you let himn go I will stand the rack1t of it. I will tell you where the stilrt came from if you let hint go. You 'will never find out yourself, as tile owne.rs are away, and won't be back for a long time." At the station he pulled out of his pocket some silver serviette rings, a toast rack, and sonme !"irks and spoons. and threw them on ithe table. "I want to keep poor old Jingles out 'of it," he said. A reman...

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DEAR FOOD IN CANADA DEMANDS TARIFF REVISION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

DEAR FOOD IN CANADA DEMAN.\DS TARIFF IE\ VISION Eimplhasisitng the fact that tacril. Ic form and the abolition of f',d taxes is n.,w the policy of the Dominion Libe ral party, Sir Wilfrid Laturier put for ward at strong plea for the Western farmiers in the Debate on th,. Address in the house of Conrinns list night (states the Ottawa correspinilent of "The Daily News"). He declared that for the ::st time in 10 years uinemiploymvent was rife in the leading cities of Catna :a. Three years ago there w\\as not a nll *n out of work in the city of W\inipeg. 'ut now there were over 3t00, and alt over the country menll \cer'e seeling \?:.rk a tnd not linding it. Altogether, ht- I'eli\edl that there were solmething lil e i00,0i00 utIemiployed in the l)onminioti. The way to relieve the i 'lpression, said Sir 'Wilfridl. was to re.luace the high cost of livinlg by menans- .f down ward revision of the tariff. The cr \ ing need of the \Vest is fr h ll ?tar kets, and the removal of thIe tluties on ...

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THE LIZARD=BIRD "A NEW CHAPTER OF EVOLUTION." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

THE LIZARD=BIRD "'A NEW CHAPTER OF EVOLU TION." Some hope of finding a missing link between two animal kingdoms, the bird and the wingless quadruped, is entertained by those now beginning a microscopic investigation of a part of the booty of the Scott Antarctic ex pedition. A wonderful series of pen guins' eggs, in every state of incuba tion, was secured, and was sent to Cambridge University. The work of inspection has just begun, and is at tended with no little excitement of the scientific sort (according to "The Daily Mal"). As appears on the very page of Captain Scott's diary now opened at the British Museum, the five weeks' expedition in search of the penguins was heroic in-the fullest sense of the word. The three men, Dr. Wilson, Lieutenant Bowers, and 'Mr Chberry Garrard, set out in the continuous darkness of the winter. They were caught by a blizzard, lost their tent for several days, and only discovered it, along with their own safety, by a happy chance. No naturalists' ex p...

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IMPORTANT HIGH COURT DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

IMPORTANT HIGH COURT DECISIONS. UInanixniusly six judges -If the HIigh 'ourt. the fullest possible Bench when lt titecisin ?f the seventh judge was in ua.stion, has held that the endeavour ,f thl- last m'ontnowaalthl Parliament t prevntt any idecision of the Arbitra iin r'cuart from beieng challenged by writ of prohibition is invalid. The dllsion aix-an ntt Tuesoay in the ap licatituns by the Brisbane and Ade liti,!e It ilam ni y a uathtoritie for writs of prohibitionl is of far-renching import ant-. IHad the preliminliary objection that P'arliament had taken away the pwer of prohibitiotn been upheld, at'd had a judge of the Arlitration t',,art; t i , istal.,tn idea of his powers ni; ito :ai;in Iard altogether btiyond the Imits ,,f th,' jurisdiction of the i'.'urt. rthi,' awlardHi t haz ctlimll' into opra-t ti . it lt itt s illegal proy isiotts, t ie .u;tse Palita nt Iit li ht : td saidt tht( tte tllih ,'ourt could not prohibit. And the snffe,'' o tf judicial 'rng ? wouttld have ito...

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AN "INIQUITOUS CHARGE" [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

AN "INIQI.'I'o()jS C'IIA1I(;.', It was stated at the Tottenham l'o lice Court yesterday (says "The Daily NIews," January 23). w?,,hen a man was summoned for not paying the district rate, that tlhe cost of tile summons wa\\ 3/6. Mr Gireen (on?e of thile Justie"s) said it was an iniqluitulls chtarge. Tile clerk said the costs were imnposed ac cording to a scale tixed by the Middle aso County (Council. tir Green (who is aIsO ?u mIemae tr of thie County Coun cil) said he did not care who, was re sponsible, the charge is iniquitous. N'inety per cent. of those sumnmonied for rates were Poolr People. In Chelsea, Kensington, and a number of other places the cost was only 1/. The Court refused to order the defendant to pay the cost.

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SIR JOHN MADDEN'S HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

SIR JOHN MADDEN'S HOLIDAY. There was a large attendance of members of the bar in- the Banco Court on Monday morning, when op portunity was taken to bid farewell to the Chief Justice, Sir John Madden, who left by the Medina on Tuesday on a visit to England. The State Attorney-General (Mr. Donald Mackinnon) said that those present trusted that the Chief Justice would take a complete rest. and would not indulge in those things which an ordinary public man would indulge in, and that he would restrain himself when he might think it proper to say a word on behalf of Australia. Mr. E. F. Mitchell, K..C., said that the bar wished Sir John Madden God speed and a safe return. He had known Sir John for 30 years, and had always found him unfailing in courtesy, kind ness, and tact. SMr. L. H. Braham, on behalf of the Law Institute, expressed the good aishes of the solicitors. Sir John Madden, in reply, thanked those who had spoken with all the earnestness of his heart for their kind expressions....

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NAVVY MISSION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

NAVVY MISSION '"The breaking-strain conmes in a nmoth. They then go into tihe town and blow their stake, hitting the high sl)ols anil getting tanked upi . " ''The interviewer - a "D)aily News' repr'esnlltati\'e -- flew signals of distress iand a paraphrase was conceded. "What I nean," explained the speaker, \rlt J. J . 1.'Cornmick. the head of the little army of lissionalries work ing und(ler the Navvy Mission in C('all ada, "is that to a man in c1!ampl draw ing good mnoney the temptation to go off to ti' nearest town anld .'intply let himlself g~o is trelllmndous. \e have enormous odds against us in the wovtrk we are trying to do, but, mlani, it' gleat work! "Thle whole m;n, lihood of anadai; i: heing nmade out there on the frontiers. al\ay from l aniyoe who sees or tilyone \Vwho cares except. nulLtylhe, a wife, ior' :a .mother or a sweetheart away in the homeland, waiting for the ma'i pushing the lsteel road out on to the prairie and laying tip the caipital that wit set him tip in...

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DRURY LANE ORANGE WOMEN RIGHT RECOGNISED [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

DRURY LANE ORANGiE WOMEN RIGHT REC'OGNISED Mir M'Kenna, the Home :ecretary. made himself the most popular man in Covent Garden on Tuesday by his prompt action in recognising the tradi tional right of the orange wollen of Drury Lane to ply their trade outside, the Theatre Royal (says "Lloyd's' .Weekly," January IS.) How the Merry Monarch chlse a fav-, orite from the ranks of the Drury Lane orange girls and Nell Gwynne became the mother of a duke, has passed into l history, but it is not so well recognised that ever since the seventeenth century, generation after generation of orange girls have been allowed to stand out side the theatre, and thus an equitable right has grown up. When it became known that the police had dislodged the orange-women the Costermongers' Union took the mat ter up, and as a result Mr Kingsley ,Wood. L.C.C.. introduced to the Home Secretary at the Home Ollice on Tues day a deputation including a dozen of the orange sellers, baskets and all. One of them, Mrs Wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

ESTATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTOR1i grants LOANS ON EASY TERMS. up to three fifths of valuation. ON BROAD ACRES .. -.. ............ .. £2000 to £25000 ON TOWN PROPERTIES ........ ....... £500 to £25000 for a term of 3 or 5 years with option of paying off a portion on any pay day. Interest 5 per cent. CREDIT FONCIER LOANS up to two thirds of valuation. ON FARMS .......... ... ... ...... .. £50 to £2000. Repayable by Instalments spread over 30 years, with interest at 5 per cent. Security may be either Freehold, or Crown Leasehold that could be made Freehold at any time on payment of the balance of Crown Rents. Loans may be granted for the purpose of purchasing the land taken as security, or paying off existing liabilities thereon, paying Crown Rents, improving, developing, or carrying on the farm, purchasing stock, machinery, etc. ON COTTAGES, VILLAS and SHOPS .. .. ....... £50 to £1000. Repayable by Instalments spread over 19% years, with Interest at 5 per cent. No Charge for Mortgage De...

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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 27 March 1914

GENERAIL N WS. Judge .Hood sentenced D-nald iM'Pherson and Richard Sttnr.nell to five year ceacth for an atteinpted un natural offence;: and Alice Mand \Vise to five years for an attempted, illeeal operation. 1\illiam Williams. the no respondent in the It..ot divore ,ant, get a year for perj?r-y. It is rumored freely I? legal ciroles that Judge Iliggins's leavii ,f abennce is really retiremente, on the score of ill-health. The Rev. J. Gobil,, of the F'oots,.rny ltaptist Chnurch, rcfusecd ant offer of an increase of salary by £1 pter week from £230. saying he belonged to the work ing class. The Art Gallery trustees are consid ering an offer of an old Dutch pleture by Jacob Morriss (7) for £750n. The picture was sold in 1893 for £120. James Richiards,. shift boss- of the New C(humn mine, Bendigo, hss been sentenced tbo'12 months for haeing pos session of gold, and committed for trial on a charge of stealing gold and candles.

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