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Delburn. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 29 October 1914

Delburn. j By request of the Delburn State school committee, the Minister for Edu cation arranged for an officer from the Public Works Department to inspect the school builditigs with a view to effecting various improvements, such as re-blocking. painting (both inside and out), and erecting a brick chimney in. place of the two iron ones now in use.. The officer, it is understood, has report ed favorably, and it is likely that all the improvements asked for will be carried out. Nearly every farm in the dis'rict is cariying starving stock. " ~ The d«ncH in aid of the funds of the-^ :■ Mechanics' Institute was a success in. .in every way. Despite threatening elou.is, the attendance was quite up to exprc ations Mrs Serjeant, and Miss-' Macau ley (piano) provided the music. Supper was catered for. • Friends of .Mrs b\ Serjeant will be pleased to learn that she is progressing" favorably after her leuent serious ill ness. Mrs Serjeant returned home a few days ago, after a beneficial rest a...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
White Mahatma Coy. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 29 October 1914

White Mahatma Coy. The following extract from the Gse long paper says—"The Geelong Theatre was again well filled last night, when Dr. Rowe and the. Mystic Mora gate , a.n, interesting demonstration of hyp notism and^ mesmerism. At midday yesterday Miss Violet Nivlem, after hypnotic treatment by Dr Rowe, com menced to play a piano at Allan's Music Warehouse, and continued to so until " -after 6 in the e vening The footpath in front of the shop window was crowded ~ with spectators up to the late hour that the youDg lady was awakened. The tests made last night were similar to those at the opening entertaiument. | Mora again answered a number of questions that had been written by < members of the audience, informed spectators as to the probable winners; of certain races, told anxious ones of missing friends, and appeared to give satisfaction to all who desired informa tion. Much humor was introduced by Dr Rowe's hypnotic class, the members of which were caused to go through a...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Saluting the Flag. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 29 October 1914

Saluting the Flag. Since it was reporti-d tnat r.np of ihn -charges mad.* against a country '-State school-teacher whs that ho had ' .not properly cirried out loyal and pit ' -riotic observances at his school, the Minister for Education (Mr Thos Liv ■-."inaston. M L A., has had numerous in ' -quiries as to what it is expected should be done at th" schools. Information is •particularly ' desired whether the flag -should be saluted on Monday mornings The Director of Education (Mr Tate) lias pointed out that the instructions to ■'teachers state:— On national occasions, such as Empire Day, the anniversary of the "inauguration of the Commonwealth, the Sling's Birthday, lessons inculcating patriotism should be ' given, suitable =50ngs of a national character should be sung, and the ceremony of saluting the -"flag should be performed. Upon nat .. ional occasions the flag should remain flying to sunset. In the ceremony of saluting the flag the boys,should salute ■and the girls stand fcu att...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Laid Up with Ulcers. \ Crippled Limbs" Made Sound by Zam-Buk. When through a knock, bruise or varicose veins the skin tissues break down, and slongh away into running sores and ulcers, Zam-Buk is the oue healer to cleanse the deceased parte, subdue burning pain and inflamma tion, ind promote sound, permanent healing with healthy new skin. "My husband who is a driver," says Mrs M. Elliot, of 12 Bui I lie St, North Melbourne, "knocked his legs whilst suffering from varicose veins. Soon after he was going through aw ful agony from ulcers. His limbs were fearfully inflamed and swollen while the pain was teriffie. My husband got worse and worse, and at last he became so crippled tnat he had to lay up. We tried all sorts of remedies uncluding those the doctor prescribed, but nothing brought any relief: in fact, the ulcers became worse and the pain increased. "He then commenced using Zam Buk. carefully dressing the open sores with this grand balm. The results were oleasing, for Zam-Buk was...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Delburn. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Delburn. At a meeting held in the Delburn Hall on the 20th inst. it was decided to form a rabbit destruction league. A large number of local landowneis attended, with the result that the members' list was a long one. Mr J. V. Drew was elected president, and Mr V. Macaulay secretary. The district inspector, Mr Mitchell, was present, and spoke of the necessity of the farmers uniting in destroying the pest. By working strictly in accordance with the rules of the league they should soon succeed in exterminating the rabbits. The country here is beginning to look a little drought stricken. Al though at present there is a plentiul supply of grass, unless rain comes shortly the amount of stock will soon: consume all there is. A number of farms < have been let to northern graziers, and for their benefit it is I to hoped that-rain will soon come.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dollar. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Dollar. The petition to the Country Roads Board anent pushing on.some of the improvements to the main road us far as Grc-nville's was forwarded to Mr Thos. Livingston, M.L.A., by Mr Wallace. Word has liow been re ceived from Mr Livingston that he ' presented the petition and interview-, ed the chairman; who promised to expedite the matter as much as -possible." - The timber for the School*shelter shed'has been sent- up to the school; by Mr Geo. How,-the contractor. It is considered highly desirable to~ have the shed pushed on with, so that the scholars may get the benefit of the shed during the sonny as well as the cold wet days. At a meeting of the Dollar and Milford Patriotic Eund Committee a successful canvass of £47 19s was shown. It was decided to close the lists at the end of October. The profits from the recent euchre party are to be donated to the Patriotic Fund, so that there will be over £50 to send on. This will be indeed a creditable record for Dollar. The progressive eu...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mirboo South. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Mirboo South. On Wednesday.evening, 28th Octo 1)er, the long delayed sale of gifts in •connection with the Tennis Club was opened, and business was in full swing "till -~after~TmrJHigfir~ The hall looked :brj}!iant, and was- specially fitted up for the convenience of those who attended. ':The amount of goods on the stalls was 'fairly large and of a varied character, -comprising articles of silverware down to a."threepenny tie. The stalls were "in charge of Miss M'Kenzie, Miss Cain and Mrs Crole, with numerous !miy at tendants . The twopenny dip was left in the hands of Miss M. Webb, whilst "the refreshment department was under the control of Miss Crole. Most of. ■ the pnzes were decided for at the shoot ~i'i£r gallery, and one Or two at the can* die -lighting competition; The bache •lors were given an opportunity of show ;;ina their skill in the art of making a bed. and the prize was awarded to Mr ~W. Mollfly.' Business-was brisk during "the night, and all were satisfied 'hat "they ...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gunyah. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Gunyah. Owing to the milking season now being in fnil swing {here has been a falliDg off in the number of riflemen turning ont for drill. Nine were present oil Saturday afternoon . for rifle excercises ; marching with arms was practised and very keen interest was shown. The 'various excercises •were very creditably performed. Gunyah was last week visited by a very severe bush fire, the Junction Hall and Mr Winstanley's residence being completely destroyed. The Gunyah Central school chil dren are having weekly practices for the coming patriotic concert under the supervision of Mrs W. Simpson and Mrs J. Smith.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Women in Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Women in Shire Council. "Listen to this, dear; here's news." Such may l>e the greeting of many a lordly householder to his meek and , loving spouse as he gathers.'in,., with' the morning porridge, the information that the Legislative Assembly has ac-' cepted an nmendrm-ntto the Local.Go vernment Bill, the effect of which is to allow women to become shire council lors. The cute little housewife will probably receive the 'thrill' wi;b ap parent unconcern, and remark snme thii'g to tlv t fifecl that " while we have men like-you, John, to- attend to the nffiits of the imvni there is no need for women to troubles the ri; heads about them." The sentenced-perhaps punc tuated with a kiss.-'as d John ■ leaves for.work thinkins*^" that's .a .si'nsib'e little .worn a iv,t hn t:. wi fe *: o f ni me." In ■ ihe. meaiuime ;tjie&litilcr woman has probably; read.:>and ire-read the news paper report, reviewed the whole vista of possibilities for the future, wonder ing what dress would s...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Killing Game in Close Season. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Killing Game in Clcse Season. At the Mirboo North Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr Harris, P.M , Constable Edwards, of Boolarra, pro ceeded against James Caldwell, of Gunyah Gunyah, for wilfully and un lawfully killing protected game, viz., 21 wallabies and 16 opossums. De fendant did not appear. John Peter, farmer, Gunyah, stated th.it on aSih September, the defendant left the bov of skins '(produced) at the depot at Livings'one's and asked .the witness lo give it to-the cream car ter. Witness did not know wlm was in the box. I denrv, saM he was an Assi«. .:ii In^ protected from ist May '.o 31M Octo ber, while opossums were protected ihe whole year. On 30th September, from information received, he went to the lioolarra .busier factory, and seized the box produced. It contained 21 wallaby and 16 black .mountain opossum skins On 2nd October he. went to Gunyah, and interviewed Jamas Caldwell. The1 defendant admitted the box was his. He then made a statement, in which he said some of...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

SLLTIGISU LIVEU. lnruiv >< ii;s I luive M>ii* iv<1 from -j:t .-ii r.let Mrs W. rhtrifrr, '•.I i Pi - t, S A "I hav»! trs»jil s**vvriL' V : • ... ■,; ! ' '■■'.-i-y. ,■ l;:; y make; : • >• •' i I ■.!. I.! My 0:» : i I .• ' ■ i.ij \.:c lL-u k ;b,i!i CJiiii, niTor ;i::i • t'.i'».oS■» f-.):* 'Ii-tir.;or; « £ tho liver it 11 t 1 ■ y jJue!c!.i;Hl I>ios. HAD DI All!!!'OK A WHEN TEETHING, iicn te■ !11:;tl; ihv i l!, t; ._ni suffered grea !y from :•) Mm -Alieu A l'o v-11. C.e-.-ty. T.\< ••YV.t. ii list at ackeil I f, .hi'!-to the is;r, l ot l»ia treatment diil h -r «•« s,-..o 1. wl'-i*. \u\ As sixteen chil dren h:vJ die-1 of iliiinhooa in the previous two \yl"!.s I w.v- i_v alarmed. I gave her a few cio-fos i>f f iiaiiibsi Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea llemedr .in I (lie result \v. s simply marvellous. In a f ,\v hturs I notic- d s d cided improvement and iho child was quick y well again." Sold by Bucbland Bros.

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St. Loon's Great Cirous. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

! 0,' T;7.\^;iy ■ r i-:- (!0. h\ ! (i!i> ' .....j ^ in .\!n-b->o North. The '"SM'-idard" i (Yarnmi)static:—On Thursdayuijjin tUo tent, si very capacious one, was simply packed and the audience was deliehted -with the acrohaiic f.-ats of Honey, Churry ami Chudge (the dummy, but whose abilities to keep oil -the bickof g<;s->d horses was ably demonstrated), the marvellous way in which Senorita Phillipina drove four liorses, and the maimer in which good old "Gus" performed the clown business. Acrobatism is a great feature of the performance. The chef d'ovre of the evening, however, was Senor Phillipina'a agility in lighting upon a beautiful h rse, tumbling, jumping up and down, and generally revealing to a large audience what a nimble member of the fair sex cau accomplish on good horses. The high jumping by cele brated performers, especially a bay horse and creamy pony, was delight ful. On Friday evening another excellent performance was given to a' large an .1 appre...

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Conrad Power in "Killarney" [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Conrad Forirer in " Killarnsy " The opportunity of seeing the popu lar favorite, Conrad Power, should not be niisred. He is coming to Mirboo North 011 Thursday next, November 12th, with a highly accomplished com pany of lady and gentlemen artists, ali of whom are well known in the theatri cal world. Mr Conrad Power is a most accomplished and artistic laughmaker, instantly establishing himself a favorite with all classes. Me has been playing the present production continuously for four years, and everywhere he has met with the approval and appreciation which so finished an artist will always do. Killarney, the plav to be produced, isjjone that is full of thrilling situations that is relieved by real genuine Irish humor, evoking roars of langhter. The scenes.are taken from reproductions of old prints, faithfully painted by a new American process, which brings into vivid detail the romantic beauty of the country for which Ireland is noted. Mr Power has a rich full singing voice that ca...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

COLDS ON THE CHEST. <*My little son was a great sufferer from tad colds on the chest," says Mrs Gyonow, Station St., Seymour, Vie. "At times he was so bad that he would bo just choking tor breath and nothing I tried for him seemed to give him relief. I was recommended to tiy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and in one night I noticed an improvement. Aow I give it to him as soon as I see any signs of a cold and he is soon alright again. I would not be without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough'Eemedy in my home." Sold by Buck land Bros. Wonderful Achievement, STOMACH AND THREAD WORMS EXPELLED BY COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS AFTER MEDICAL TREATMENT FAILED. Still another instance of .the effi cacy of Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets; is the case of Nell Brett, whose mother, Mrs. J. W. Brett, of Van D i e m a n's Land Terrace, Wellington Street, South Burnie; Tas., writes: "Aly little daugh ter Nell, three years of age, was treated with Com 'Dead i'orm s she troubled Xcii wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Wai-rak Subdivision Sale It is a long while since anything so tempting from the homescekers point of view, has been put-under tiie hammer as Warrah Estate, and it willl propably bs a long time before die tempting opportunity is repeated by way of a subdivisional sale under equally favor able conditions. 38 000 acres of ideal country for dairying, mixed farming, wheat growing, sheep and cattle breed ing and fattening, cut up into 34 free hold blocks, 2 to 14 miles from railway, 230 miles from Sydney, and 129 from the city and port of Newcastle, a a very big proposition, every-advantage of which is made still more attractive by reason of the exceptionally liberal terms offered—15 per cent only down, possession with the new year 1915, and the balance over 15 years in equal annual instalments, bearing four per cent only, with the option of paying off as suits the purchaser. Naturally, the recent fine fall of rain over the district has materially helped to im prove the blocks for the inc...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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To the F[?] "Morw[?]l Ca[?]te." [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

;.v . - ^ 1v. i l;wn, and . • :•/ . r. !. r;s ->i;lcr, in u -p.:. it u.;.ie1r, in<.■ the i.i.-.trict, of which Monvv H is ruiMe. I visited the in'm-T, ni'.l :; ri'.ie a col <»[ spvCHn ns l-»r uiv p ivato si uily. I read 11 p liif rejjni t of the : Assistant Government Geologist rc • lating to t'ie field, an : g!<_-a:.»-d in f-.mnatiou ben ring up-u if., wherever . I aw it I get it. I ivib groat 1 y im • pre s:d on learning tha: thf >',i posit | wan known to be at, least 10;) square ! miles iu extent-, ami haul been proved to attain a depth of 800 f<;et. It was at, that time supposed to be the largest formation of the hind in the world. I quite expected tiiat Morwell would soon become an important place, but was much dissappoluted when 1 visited too locality some years later to find the place apparently at a standstill—coal mining suspended, and litigation pending regarding rights in the " Great Monvell " pro perty. On that occasion I...

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Rainfall. AT MIRBOO NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Rainfall. AT iMIRBOO NORTH. January ... February S3 arch ... April . . May Tune July ... August ... September October November December 1911 1912 2:15 0.2-2 315 0 91 6.00 1.06 3-35 4-i7 6 5s 3 33 7-32 3 52 3.-62 2 20 Z.20- ,3.35 4 99 7-39 2.56- 3.05 0.S0 . 3.20 7-29 3-49 1913 1914 °5S .2-25 1.01 1 so 7.07 - 2.1S 2.37 411 4.79 4.79 2.86 2.05 1.9° 6.39 5 85 i-52 3-49 2-'3 3 96 °-35 6.5a .0.47 1.05 Total ' 50.01 36.90 41.42 2S.03

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Gippsland Bacon Coy. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Gippsland Bacon Coy. Mr A. W. Wilson, manager of the Gippsland and Northern Selling Co., writes : " Having read the report of a nieet ng of shareholders in the Gippsland Cooperative Bacon Curing Co. Ltd.,■ held at Yarrani on the 181I1 October, ' and published in the " Standard " of the 23ult„ I wish to correct an errone ous impression in regard. to the Gipps land and Northern Selling Co , that is ' lik e'y to he created by the chairman's ' remaiks, if that gentieman has been correctly reported Anyone reading the report *vov;!i] infer thai the bacon company had made arrangements with the 1!i>p3*an; 1 and Northern Soiling ■ f' :'..i;.rcial n.Oitanee as wo•....! ci;iu>!. ;c ^isc bacon fact-..-!",) to Ida!;-/ a two thirds payment for nil pigs as s- r-n as hiilf-i arid v.'eighe<:, and that the Gippsland and Northern for reasons stated, suddenly i\i'.hdrew from ihal arrangement, and that its action m ro doiti'i had placed the directors of the bacon company in a very awkwa...

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Letters to the Editor. Wandering Joe's Criticisms. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

Letters to the Editor'. Wandering Joo's Criticisms. Sir,—I read tbe letter from Wan dering Joe which appeared in yonr last issne, and was surprised to learn that that observant critic.is still resi dent in our midst. From the toa& of his remarks in his letter of some months ago anenfc the Recieation Reserve, I gathered that he had too poor an opinion of Mirboo North and its residents to make a long stay here. Iiow disappointed he must have felt, on go;ng down to the baths for his first wash after such a long resilience among 113, to (ind thorn empty. He must, have been badly in need of that wa-h. Hilt perhaps it is r-ast'nable to infer from hia own description or his ''gnid philosopher and friend," Jumbo. and remembering that a.man is to be jndu-ed hy tlie e.omp.vu : l\a keep.', tba" Wandering Joe is more accustomed to washing 'lis throat wi h t'ian hi? pi>rs >:i v>'hh c.)id or :->ny otb«-r kind 0: \vat»r. And Jumbo was eviden ly speaking from conviction and from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 November 1914

NURSES of Large Experience Recommend to tfocir Patients, NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street, Brunswick, Vic. writes as follows (29/2/12) : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing about the - amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, she was operated npon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and rundown. 1 gave her several ^Gltles of Clements Tonic. It soGn strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I could wish her Lei ore long. Fourteen years ago I first nsed this medicine as a nurse and have recommended it times out of number. I have I seen secpIeres'Gred to health ! and strength, and bless the day they heard of it. It never failed to do good. C icrncd) CATHERINE KORTING." i Never be without this medicine if run ! down, with Weak Nerves, line! Digestion, Poor Appetite or Constipation, it I;"'* the human system in order r:

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