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PURE FOOD INSPECTOR'S REPORT. Mr Chas. Murray, inspector, reported as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

PuiiE Food Inspector's Report. Mr Clias. Murray, inspector, report- - ed as follows: — The two samples of food sub mitted for analysis bave been report ed free from adulteration.

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NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL (Items held over from last issue). ENGINEER'S REPORT. Mr W. E. Thompson reported as follows: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL (Items held over from last issue). ENGINEER'S REPORT. Mr W. E, Thompson reported as follows: — Gentlemen,—I - have the honor to report that satisfactory progress has been made with the Roads Board con tracts in hand, In the case of the metalling work on main Sale road, between Yarragon and Trafalgar, the whole of the bottom layer has been spread as well as rolled, ready for second course, and about 40 chains of the course has been spread. In reference to proposed tramway to Mosquito creek quarry, I desire to Btate that some considerable difficulty has been experienced in finding a route with suitable gradients to dis posed stone on west side of Cemetery hill. | I would like to mention that gradi ents which may be considtred very good for a timber tramway, or even a roadway, are hardly justifiable for iron rails, presenting, as they do, such a low coefficient of friction. The gradients required in this case should be very easy and flat, when it is realised from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

Relieves at Once.—"I have al ways found Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy an absolutely safe remedy for colic and diarrhoea," says Mrs Julia Wakely, 78 Ball Street, Wanganui, N.Z. "For many years 1 suffered from colic pains, but since using Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Eemedy find that my general health is much improved, for it relieves suffering at once." Sold by all storekeepers and chemists.*

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS The Prime Minister, speaking at the Show luncheon, indicated that the uniform railway gauge would have early attention, for he deplored the fact that we were not ready to adequately defend ourselves on land, aa only two of the States were connec ted by the same guageof railway. The military authorities said it would take six weeks to take an army corps from Melbourne to Brisbane. Mr Fred. H. Macartney, dentist, notifies that he will visit Moe on the first and third Friday in each month. Yari-agon will be visited every second) and fourth Tuesday. A reminder!—W. H. Burrage, land | and commission agent, Moe, undertakes | the arrangement of clearing sales. Oor / respon'dence^invited.®

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MAIN ROADS BOARD. ADDITIONAL VOTE OF £1,000,000 SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

MAIN ROADS BOARD. ADDITIONAL VOTE ov £1,000,000 SUGGESTED. Mr W. McCormack, of the Country Roads Board, accompanied by Mr J. E. Mackey, M.L.A., visited Childers and Trafalgar South districts on Satur day, 3rd October. Crs Mahony and Cantwell were also present. At Childers, Cr Cantwell presided, and after the visitors had partaken of refreshments (generously provided by members of the local branch of the A.W.N.L.), Mr Mackey addressed the meeting, chiefly referring to Roads Board finances. lie had suggested voting to the Board another £1,000,000 for Gippsland roads. This met with the approval of the Board and Mr Hagel- , thorn (Minister of Public Works). A conference of Gippsland municipalities would be held towards the end of this month, and this matter would then be considered by the delegates from the various shires. He hoped they would support the scheme, which would en able the Board to deal with a number of roads which could not otherwise re ceive attention. Mr McCormack also s...

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WARRAGUL DISTRICT HOSPITAL. The Secretary (Mr H. Rintel) reports for the month of September: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

WARRAGDL DISTRICT HOSPITAL The Secretary (Mr H. Rintel) re ports for the month of September :— Patients admitted, 18 ; patients dis charged, 8; deaths, 2; patients re maining, 19; medical officers for the present month, Drs. Cowen, Ley and Trumpy; hon. dentist, Mr P. EL Trood. , The matron desires to acknowledge —Flowers every week from Mrs Anderson; flowers from Mrs Flett; violets from pupils of Bona Vista State School; strawberry and flower plants from Mrs Sargeaut; asparagus from Mrs Donald, Garfield, for nursing staff; phlox drummondi seeds from Mr ' Trood, for garden ; six dozen eggs from Mr Stephenson, Kooweerup; books from Mrs Johnson ; choice lot of chrysanthemums from Mrs Grass.

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DANDENONG CO-OPERATIVE BACON COY. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

DANDENONG CO-OPERATIVE BACON COY. ■» I Mr H. Robinson, a director of tlie above company, when addressing the shareholders and farmers in the Willow Grove and Hill End districts recently on the prospects and advantages of co operation from the bacon-curing aspect, strongly urged the farmers to put further capital into the company, and enable it to pay cash for all pigs supplied, and . thus'secure a larger and more regular supply of pigs to the factory, the im portance of which is strikingly indicated by the following figures :—In October, 73 pigs were handled at a cost of 37s per head, while in January 1,572 pigs were dealt with at a cost of 3s 8d per head. Unless a steady supply of bacon is available to meet the requirements of customers, they were invariably lost to the company for a long time, and, in many cases, permanently. The com pany receives calves over 401bs. dead weight, for which 2£d per lb. is paid. Porkers are also received, killed and dressed at the factory at a cost o...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. report under date of 15th inst: [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

MELBOURNE PRODUCE , MARKET. ■ ♦ . The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative- • Selling Co. report under date of loth inat:— ' Buttei\.—There is no changevto re port in the market to day for choicest quality, but for brands a shade under choicest there was an easier feeling, and concessions had to be made on late rates in order to clear. 1 f.uling rates now are:—Choices'', 1^ ; choice, Hid to llfi; good to prim1, lid to Il^d; separators and dairies, l(Hd to lid. Cheese.—Prime new loaf and medium sizes, 6d ; semi-uiatured, 8d to 9d ; matured, lOgd. Eggs.-—Supplies full, and the market is Vsha'def firmer, ordinary and private lines selling at 9^1. Specials, 9£d ; a few small lots of new laid to IOd. Bacon.—Firm market. Light sides, IOd to 10^d ; medium weights, 9Jd ; heavies, 8^d ; middles, lid ; jackets, 9d to 9^d. Lard.—Demand good. Bulk, 7|d ; packets, 7fd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

Never Hesitates to Recommend Them.—" My daughter suffered with indigestion, and tried many medicines without getting relief," writes Mrs E. J. Osborne, Spensley St., Clifton Hill, Yic. " Having Chamberlain's Tablets in stock I advised her to try them, which she did, getting immediate relief. 1 take Chamberlain's Tablets myself, and find they are the best medicine of their kind that it is possible to get." Sold by all storekeepers and chemists.* The next sale of stock to be con ducted at Moe takes place on Friday, 13th November. Horse-breeders in this district will see by announcements appearing else where that the services o£ the well known sires, " Comet," " Master Wattee" and " Prince Aldie" (the property of Messrs Brock Bros., Moe), also " Ospray" (owned by Mr H. G. Staff), will again be at (beir dis posal this Beason.

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THE RAINFALL. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

THE RAINFALL. 1914. January February . March April May ... June July August September 310 8 168 229 388 172 ,704. 114 128

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MOE v. COALVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

MOE v. COALVILLE. A team from the Moe Club visited Coalville on Saturday, and had a very pleasant outing. It was a perfect day for tennis, and some good games re sulted. The Coalville ladies, in their customary manner, regaled the visitors with sumptuous afternoon ten. The following are the details of the scores Hodgson and Gibson (M.) defeated Hutchinson and Horsnell (C.), 4—6, G—1, '6 — 0. Mis3 Langford and Gibson (Moe) defeated Mrs Moore and Horsnell (C.), 6—5, 6—3. Miss Willey and Hodgson"(Mi) lost to Miss Price and Hutchinson (C.), 4—6, 5—6, and defeated Mrs Moore and Hutchinson (C.), 4—6, 6—5, 6—3. Miss Langford and Gibson (M.) v. Miss Price and Hutchinson (C.), 2—6, 3—1 (unfinished). ] Totals :—Moe, 3 rubbers 6 sets 08 i games ; Coalville, 1 rubber 5 sets 48 games. j

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OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

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TENNIS. TANGIL SOUTH v. WILLOW GROVE. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

TENNIS. TANGI.L SOUTH v. WILLOW GROYE. A friendly match between teams re presenting the above clubs took place on Saturday last, resulting in neither team securing a greater number oE sets or games. There was a good attendance of spectators, who evinced 11 t a little interest in the play.' During the after noon, refreshments (kindly provided by the ladies) were partaken of. Scores :— Mr N. Bohnholtzer and Miss S. Bohnholtzer lost to Mr Abbott and Miss McLaren, 6—1, 4 —G, 2 — 6. Mr Prior and Miss Brock defeated Mr T. Lamont and Miss Williams, 6—5, 5 — 6, 6—5. Mr Hunter and Miss H. Bohnholtzer lost to Mr W. Lamonfc and Miss Turnbull, 1 — G, 3 —G. Messrs Fechner and Prior defeated Messrs McPherson and Turnbull, 4—6, 6—1, 6—1.

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MOE AND DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. RULES AND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

MOE AND DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. RULES AND REGULATIONS. 1. That tho Association be callcd"The Moe and District Cricket Association," con sisting of Aloe, Willow Grove, Trafalgar East and Trafalgar. 2. That all matches be played on Saturday. 3. That three rounds be played, first matches to be played on October 31st, '14. I 4. That all matches be one day only, and that batting time be equally divided between teams, team scoring the greatest number of runs in such time to win. In ihe event of first team going out in less time than allotted, the other team to have the extra time to bat. 5. That play commence at 1.30 p.m. ' (i. That all players must reside within ten-miles' radius of their club's ground, Willow Grove to be allowed a 15-mile radius, all players to be registered two weeks before playing. 7. That Lunch be during the interval. 8. All protests must be forwarded to I General Secretary within three week days I after the match, accompanied by 5s deposit. The Secretary to ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

CHAMBERLAIN'S SSSSu& TABLtTS Will Ratfulata Your Bowala.

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THE DRAW. Oct. 31st, Dec. 12th, Feb. 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

THE DRAW. Oct. 31st, Dee. 12tli, Feb. 6th. _j Trafalgar East v. Trafalgar. Willow Grove v. MoeT Nov. 7th, Dee. 19th; Feb. 13th. Trafalgar v. Willow Grove. Moe v. Trafalgar East. Nov. 14th, Jan. 9tl>, Feb. 20th. Moe v. Trafalgar. Willow Grove v. Trafalgar East. Nov. 21st, Jan. 16th, Feb. 27tli. Trafalgar v. Trafalgar East. Moe v. Willow Grove. Nov. 28th, Jan. 23rd, Mar. 6th. Willow Grove v. Trafalgar. Trafalgar East v. Moe. Dec. 5th, Jan. 30th, Mar. 13th. Trafalgar v. Moe. Trafalgar East v. Willow Grove.

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. The woman who puts all her money ou her back these days looks as if she didn't have much to spend. This is worth telling. A boy at In verell, N.S.W., Claude Bedford, picked up two pound notes in Byron-street. Hearing that they belonged to a Chinese at the Empire Hotel, the boy promptly returned them to the owner. John got the fright of his life at see ing his money once more, and when he had sufficiently recovered from his astonishment, proceeded to reward the finder after his own fashion. He began by handing back one pound, but that did not come up to his idea of the requirements of the situation. He accordingly invested in a five shilling Tatt's. ticket on the boy's be half, and then, so that the world at large should know what strange thing had befallen him, he put an advertise-' ment in the local "Argus" publicly thanking the lad for his honesty.

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. * SUNDAY NEXT. Presbyterian Church services : — Sunday next—Moe 11 and 7.30, Rev. A. McDonald, M.A. (Melbourne) ; Tra falgar 11, Yarragon 2.30, Rev. C. Robertson. Church of England.—Moe 11, Tra falgar East 3, Trafalgar 7.30, Rev. G. W. Blanchard, Trafalgar 11, Shady Creek 3, Yarragon 7.30, Mr Fisher. <=>0<r> Methodist Church.—Trafalgar 11, Coalville 3, Narracan 7, Rev. Mitchell; Trafalgar 7, Mr Green ; Thorpdale 3, Mr Weir ; Childers 3, Mr Caunter ; Moe 3, Mr Akers ; Tangil South 3, Mr White.

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BERLIN. THE LAST CONQUEROR. TRIUMPH OF NAPOLEON'S EAGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1914

nl " 'l]< D ' ' = Ml! . ! I 7 BERLIN. THE LAST CONQUEROR. TRIUMPH OF NAPOLEON'S ; EAGLES. (By E. George-Marks.) October 28 next will tie the 108th anniversary of the triumphal entry of Napoleon into Berlin. Since the French eagles conquered at the great battle of Jena, in ^806, annihilating the power of the Prussians, no invad er's flag has fluttered over the German capital. - . v The battle of Jena:was fought on October 13, 1806. The advanced posts of. the Prussians were stationed upon the ikndgrafenberg, a high and steep hill, jvhose summit was deemed inac cessible to artillery. Napoleon at once :saw the immen e importance of this hill, and by a skilful disposition of his artillery drove the Prussians from itr From its brow the whole line of the Prussian army could be descried, extending for many leagues. The Prus sians deemed themselves invincible- • a marshalled host trained in the school of Frederick the Great. Tae Prussian army was nearly 200,000 strong, and Napoleo...

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