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The Gippslander. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5 [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 5 February 1914

Jtbe (Btppslanfcer. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5 The annual Lakes Trip will lie run on Monday, 16:h ins*., and as tickets are going ofl" well those intending tak ing the trip should get their tickets at once. The annual . Presbyterian '>C'hurclr Garden lrele will -be held 111 the.church grounds on Wednesday night"next; > On Monday last a farmer named West, of Mirboo;:East,:„was tiding. into Mirboo North, when'his horse stumbled and throwing the.rider, .broke the tin•; fortunate man's. neek, " A ; son of de; ceased came along the road .soon alter the accident and was hoi rified 10 find his father dead. The accident happen ed near what is known as thc- Camel's' Plump. The body-was taker to Boo larra, where hiv inquiry .was held. - Th& late Mr West wSSK.a-.very--. old' resident; of Mirboo East. Mr Jas.BennefctrM.IV^has; received the following communication -from the Deputy_Pos'master General "Sir,— I have the honor to in'form iyou . th.it consideration - has: been given : by-the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

She Standard Family Metei; Throughout Australasia Dr. Indian Knot Pills are a_ household r medv, and the antidote "for all gcnoiv. ailments. In thousands of homos tin little amber bottle is the sole mediciu-. chcst, for whatever the complaint, th-■ bowels must be kepi free, and the pro cess by which the Blood is puvihed must be stimulate;: to throw oil' the poi sons in the Blood, which is the cause of all disease, and many a serious iil ness may ho pre vented by the time ly use of these Pills, cheeking the disease in its pri mary stage. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, being vegetable, do not weaken, sicken, or gripe, anil may be taken with perfect safety by the most delicate woman or tlio youngest child. ~ Tlio old'and-feeble will also find then: a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weakened consti tutions. Mrs. R. A. Dunn, Bloomfield Street^ Cobar, N.S.W., writes:—"Some time ago, being a sufferer from Indigestion and Headache arising therefrom, I de cided to giv...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

Billiards. Mr Kred Lindrum, .the champion billiard player of Australia, visiled Mir boo North on Thursday last, and played a game of 800 up at Bollard's Club Hotel, against'Mr W. Stanton, conceed ing our champion 500. Stanton play ed in great form and won by 275. Lin drum played several beautiful shots, and got the balls together in a wonderful manner. He, however, missed a lot of easy shots, 110 doubt through playing for position. His exhibition of fancy shots was splendid. Lindrum averaged about 20, and Stanton 11. The follow ing were the scores : — Stanton—o, 3, 4, 3, 20,26, 13, 14, 13, 11, 48, 14, 9, o,.o, 8, (j, 2, 4, it,o, 20, 9, 27. 9. 3. 4 Lindrum—o, 13, 17, 8, 3, 2, 13, 2, 23, 11, 8, 11, 2g, 16, 58, o, 41, 78, 22, 6, 44, o, 11, 52, 47, 4. On Friday i<i<>ht Lindrum played Mr M■ Auliffe at M'K>-iizin's Mirboo South Hotel. .The iinal scores were : —L;n drum 1,000 ; M'Auliffe (rec. GOO) 704

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Rainfall. AT MIRBOO NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

Rainfall. AT MIRBOO NORTH. January .. February March April May Tune July : August September October November December 1911 2-15 3'S ^6.00 3'35 6.58 7-32 3.62 2.20 4 99 2.?6 0.S0 7.29 1212 1913 1914 0.22 055 2.25 0.91 1.01 159 1.06 707 4-17 .2.37 3 33 4 79 3.52 2.S6 • 2 20 1.90 3-35 5 8S 7-39 3-49 3°5 3 96 3 20 6.52 3-49 io5 Total 50.01 36 90 41.42 3.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Mirboo South. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

Mirboo South. Oil Friday last the residents were fortunate in having a visit from Mr Fred Lindi'um, the champion hilliardist of Australia, who gave a fine exhibition of his skill wi h the cue The visit was arranged for by Mr D. H. McKenzie, who guaranteed the necessary funds. His opponent w-^.s Mr John M'AuliflV, a local exponent of this delightful pas time. Me was conceded 600 points in a game of 1,000 up. The local man opened up with a nicely made break of 25. The champion did not at first succeed in running to any high num bers. :U his seventh try, however, he gave a fine display of billiards, making 78 Irnm top of the table game, potting and cannons. McA.ulifTe answered with a break of 17, consisting of well played losing hazards. He was not however ab'e to maintain his lead. The highest break Lindrum made was 94 when he broke down 011 what appeared to be a very simple cannon. Me over tookand eventually an'-3 as he rrapMitd wound up'lij[j?V26th birthday |i£fi; aft* rwRjfeas? n t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

Jl'S'hail Uro.v' IMjfSale. ft, pinning c-»f 2.300 pigs this week. -.-Although the bulk of the supply was again baconers yet the supper of porkers was ample for t'ie trade, a country feed «r operating in this class for pigs to top i«*lo bacon, a business which should |»y handsomely at present iu!ing rates. •"5'ps and suckers wire scarce at from to 15s for suckers; slips 18> to 26s flu best; seconds. 15s to 17s 6d. "Poik was brisk, wiih prices a shade ft siier, prime making 40s to 46s; extra to 50s ; light, from 35s. Bacon—A splendid quality lot we again had the pleasure of submitting "with high prices ruling, and clients, we •are sure, will find returns for prime pigs TOHich higher than can be obiained else where—prime making 74s to 82 ,-extra, to S8s, wnh the top figure of 90s ; pffime light and medium-weights, 65s lo 72s; intermediate, from 55s. ' Back Fatters were in brisk request at fully late rales, extra prime heavy fats making' ^5 10s to ^.7 ; exceptionally Jieavy, jQS to 2...

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Hallston. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

Hallston. A cricket match bet weep Allamtec and the West Tarwin sports took place at-Mr y: Grigg's on Saturday last, 7th ult., and to all appearances threatens to develop into a fortnightly affair as long as weather and playing material re mains passable. Allambee's total was 66 runs and West Tarwin 35, J. Griggs, junr., being top smiter -with 25 runs, M. O'Bryan 9, and J. O'Bryan S, the oilier batsmen who made or tried to make runs were a more even scoring lot than the ones mentioned above, while lor West Tarwin those who bat ted best were Tuck, Brown, and Ben son. After this victory some of the Allambee lads are now eager for extend ing operations further afield and with a few more games to wear the 'newness off. p'ayers anil cricketing material as now used will more nearly resemble one the other. Several officers - in connection with the Railway- Commissioners -have re cently been 'invesiiga ing :and taking statistics from various landholders along the route"of our proposer! lino...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

30 Years-Old EczemaK Skin Like Raw Meat. Splendid Cave by Zam-Buk. Telling bow Zam Buk proved equal (o curing eczemi that for.30 years had defied doctors and all other treatment, Mr Dix, of 41 Lower St., L'jederville, Perth. W.A.. says .— "For thirty years I suffered {ear full pain and misery from ail out break of burning, itcbina eczema, round the joint of my right knee. The constant irritation was intoler able, and as I couldn't help scratch ing, the disease gradually got Worse. Many a time I have scratched until the blood has run down my fingers and the skin looked just like a bit of raw meat "All my efforts to find a cure were fruitless, and I bad doctors' treat ment in Adelaide, Broken Hill, and Victoria. I had just about lost all hope of ever being free of the awful disease when a friend gave me a pot of Zam Buk. I really used it to please him, but the applications bron lit such relief that I soon sent for another pot from the chemist, I continued to apply Zam-Buk to the sores...

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Letters to the Editor. Dandenong Baeon Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

liatters to the Editor, . Dandenong Bacon Factory. Sir, — . Having been at IXindenong three •weeks, I feel that I am iii a position-to* tell the suppliers in the district how" things are going here. To put it plain ly, the factory is booming, about 450 pigs a week are being slaughtered and the on'y thing wasted is tlie squeal.. The finished article is second to none in the market and what is more to the point is being sold as fast as it is ready. Willi the manager they have now, the shareholders need have no fsar of the factoiy not proving itself a good sound paying concern. He knows the game from A to /, and what is more he works with the men doing the sime work. When the factory-was working full handed,—before the slump - tliere were 64 (be careful of the figure?, Mr Editor,) men working. At present there are 16 men, turning out about the same quantity of first class quali y, Nuff Sed. There are not the number of pigs coming from Mirboo and dis trict as there should be. If the sup...

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Morwell. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

Morwell. i Morwell lias been known to abound in-brick", tile find pottery°deposits, and at different times those deposits Lave been proved to be of a very fine quality, and eminently suited for the classes of manufacture mentioned, , but for unaccountable reasons—prob ably limited capital and the lack of advertisement of the quality of the products—little of a practical nature has been done in getting the indus try under way. Now,, however, a move is being made to have a visit from the Royal Commission, at pre sent collecting evidence dealiijg with the brick industry, to include Mor well within the scope of their labors. A communication to the commission elicited a demand for additional par ticulars before deciding/vhether the visit should be made, and a reply is being prepared accordingly. Apart altogether from tho question of con sideration by the commission, and in addition to it, it might be advis able for the two members for the districts where the deposits are to be found, Mes...

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Mirboo North 11 (Rev. \v. Hack holer), Berry's Creek' 2.30, Mirhoo Noith 7 30 (Rev Arthur Banks). Ho'y Communion will be administered fit all .services PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Mardan i i, Mardan South 2.30, Mitboo North 7.30—Rev. D. Dow.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

TO DO OTI1E11S GOOD. "I have been living in S. W Qiuensland. for thirteen years," writes Mr J. 1{. Trindale, Editor of the Cumiainulla "Watchman." "During that time.I have been Fuhjectto at tacks of D.arrhoea iiml have always found Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Btinedy to quickly relieve me I can recommend it to anyone .suffering- from that complaint. 1*011 may use this letter as you see fir,, for it s written to do others good." Sold by Buck land Bio*. Miss Grace Meril, Licentinte Assoc Hoard R.A M. and it C M. Loud. (Pianisti1,) TEACHER Pianoforte and Singing, (Registered Marshall-Hall Couserva torium ) Will receive Students ut Wirboo North Tuesday and Wednesday. Particulars at Mrs Stuart's, Miss Ada Farmer, LAB., (Pupil of Mr. E. A. Bin Hey, I'endigo CoiiBe'valoriuni of Music,) TEACHER OK Pianoforte and Singing, I Will receive Pupils at Mtrtjc o North. Particulars at G nimcrelal Hotel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

H-CARTII AID GO. - Sheep an;! Cattle-salesmen, 1-amf Financial Asrents. &c., LEONGATHA, r to thank their clientB through out the district for the large Bnppor! accorded to them dnr.ng the 12 uooths, and feelassured that fry ving 3trict ittention to business as hitherto, and prompt settlemen's_ Ihey will receive a continuance of their patr tnaye. . O ir \rftf wil) tafcp plant ■>» THURSDAY, FED. 19th, 1914, Bollocks Steers ' i". Cows -\s Heifers „ Poddies,&c. • All stock sold by os will heta.'dfir ON DAY OF SALE Mortgagees' Sale of DAIRY FARM. AUiAMBETI. Thursday, February 19. At 12 30 O'Clock. McCARTIN- & CO. have received instructions from the Mortga gees to sell by auction on the above date, at the Commercial Hotel, Leon gatha— All that piece of LAND known as Svenson's, being Allotrrent 37B, Parish of Allambee, County of Buln Buln, contain- j ipg 106 acres 3 roods 24 per . ces, and being the land com-1 prised in Crown Grant Vol ume 3177, Fol. 635,399. . T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

We have Just Stocked Hundreds of Rolls of the Very Latest Patterns. \ ■■■ .; Come and Make an Inspection of the Stock! a a w • We have a Well-Selected Stock of Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery, -Glassware,. &c;;''--#.c.f v |ggf Which we are Disposing of at Low Prices. In Our DRAPERY and CLOTHING Department We are Showing the Latest Winter Goods, and have a Large Stock of Coats, &c. BOOTS AND SHOES. We have the Largest Stock in Mirboo North to Choose from. The Best of Brands. A BIG ASSORTMENT OF ELECTROPLATE Always on Hand. AND BEDDING. P on vPaints, SIGHTS E '^3 y ■ 'ga'SUB Lime, Brieks? Iron, Har ■333 sgsa riiill . MEPniiar ' ,/ &c. Mil hi 1 In fact we can Supply you-with Anything you want—from a Pair of Boots to Building you a House of the Latest Design. Give us your Patronage ; we Guarantee Satisfaction. y - _ Note Address—E. SHIELDS, Federal Emporium, Mirboo North. Agent fpr Cuming Smith's Manures, Victoria Insurance Co., Cyclone Fencing and Cyclone Rabbi...

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Reserve Sports [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

Reserve Sports A meeting of ladies-was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Monday last, when those present -formed themselves into a commit'e, wi;h p >wor to add, to run the refreshment hooth at the forth coming spnr's. Mrs Be; r and .Misses Bear and Cook were appointed collec tori. ..'I here will he another meeting of ladies in about lwo weeks" time.

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The Gippslander. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12 [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

£be 6tppslairt>er. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Mr W. Manning, butcher, has just had installed at great expense a lly proof safe I lis customers will no doubt appreciate this improvement during the summer months. There were no tenders received at yesterday's council meeting for the main roads work on the Mirboo South road. "Fresh tenders are being called returnable on the cSth February. A. M'Lean & Co. will on Saturday next hold a furniture sale on account of Mr E, Shiels, senr., and on Thursday next a furniture sale on account of Mr J. Burton. As both gentlemen are leav ing the district, the furniture, which is exceptionally good, will be sold with out reserve. Readers are again reminded that the Lakes Excursion takes place on Monday next. A few tickets are still available. Parents are notified that children who are allowed to travel free 011 the rail ways can do the journey for about 4s. The trip will no doubt be a most en joyable one. On Tuesday last a man named John McMahon ...

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Clearing Blackberries by Angoras. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

Clearing Blackberries by Angoras. Travelling northwards from Napier along the east coast of the North Island, a New Zealand correspondent writes, mile after mile is traversed until the 'Utile village of Petane is reached, and at Wairo the land has always been very bad" with blackberry scrub. Portions of this country, which a few years ago was an impenetrable mass of (his perni cious weed, have now been raised to the earn i"g capacity of two sheep to the acre by the introduction of"the Angora goat. Large sums were spent annn.illy by former settlers in their endeavour, to eradicate what was proving an irrepres sible pest and promising to continue its spread despite all efforts. With the hope of feeding the' blackberry down, Angora goats were procured, and it was stated that though they may browse on the branches and thereby hold the .scourge at bay, that eradication would be out of the question, and that death to the blackberry by feeding ever so hard would not be accomplished. It is ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

SIMPLY WONDERFUL. '■My little girl Z-;lda suffered eo contin uously with croup that I begau_to think she would mever gel better," writes Mrs Gaunt lett, 1 GO Adelaide Road, Newton, N.Z. "See ing Chamberlain's Cough llemedy advertised I thought I would try it and couid see a. change in her straight away. It is simply wonderful how quickly Chamberlain's Cough Remedy rtlieved the ehird." S Id by Buck land Bros.

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RESULT OF MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

EES U LT 0 F II iTOir ES. Played \Vtm<-'.Lost Points Mirlioo N. '..j < 6 5*~ 4 I 20 Milford • G 2 16 Tar win- v 5 2 * 3' S Dumhalk- ... S Tarwin .O 5 ° Dumiinlk anil have commenced another game, tlia:?oores standing: —Dum balk, 133; Tanvin, -i for 71. ' / .

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TARWIN v. DUMBALK [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 12 February 1914

TARWIN v. DUWIBAI.K , : The above teams "filet last Saturday on the ground of the latter Dumbalk won the toss and sent the local team in to bat The first representatives were B. Grieves and E Peart, who ran the score to 31 in fine style, when Grieves " was <;ut 10 a .fine catch in the Jong field. For his fine display lie was greeted to an ovation on returning to the pavilion, D;>rfoot filled the vacancy but receiving a nasty 'knock from the ball over the tye when he had made 9 was easily bowled. E. Peart batted in gocd form and deserved praise fur his jo runs. Watson also made 10 in a dashing manner when he was clean ( bowled by W. Hughes,. J. Peart was I next','and made 13 by faultless cricket;, when he was run out. The next three ' wickets (ell without altering the score I off the bat, 8 wickets being down for 67. J'Austin was the next batsman to run into double figures, making his 13 in a lively. manriner. The last wic-i j ket feil for a total of 84. Wal. Hughes acc...

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