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EPSOM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
-.1'U0M RACIS. 110141 c . -'4'ilkabalh 1, Sna Cool s. bounni. George First Division. MIali Guard 1, Iosvicw Ucorgetto .Secund Diiv isiozi -\ ighlt Walk 1, Metric 21, Birtha Maid Wuelter.- Bellh ilic 1, Julludni TYandillah King 3. Third Division.- cjur 1, Ijoyaiii_', 13ow ood :. Epsomn Ilandi cai .-I- a GCorge 1, Radiator 2, Al lan-ford 3
BROWN COAL BRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
BROWN COAL ur;ldliS. lUMenibcrs of thin iBr.ck CcUna 1:!on t.cr c n.c\ ,d ellC Hc thu Oihur 00 i!i lb 1 ah.i c rkill, 32ici0t nl. .? li(Enu . gln\' ? 01 . it nIc idilanta i c t iuin c1rw\ellV od aJ ri'iil Pc0ol JiCi. iottn coal L'? [tl anc 1"0~ ~n \\'] '-'?iItJiiC .. I'c~ll \ %it L tu~ u-!1 ii nliXead h ilh i lay. nlt ill i ire nuH1i piuCes [tNu c.oal iis blunrn out. 'll,. lriitca arc tainiticd .'o bo onlyv haiif Tile \ legntl oi oc 'rdulary 'ricl. "ii"ry 1ic l'oi?U 'a , and i atllal Cn I.'. drlan ll into tthinll jl-t ai thly ar, driv n in L, 11ood. SOZIc yc?" aT alo 2,t),',ttIt O0 Ltlt \C briclib w uic 1natic "1c1, anti tltt..ie ill itn CUiiist'rllttioii '11. lifo 111a'ti [ iII i..iloUicln . 3i'o\I1 co'al brickis 1i11t w\ith a good danutad, but oVllng to tihe .'tor\t'cll coal miinis not bring dic'elop ..d all thc ltiaci u'oail availablc had bcen titud, and cal' tal was rlquirclid to Opein (1t0 Shtitts. Th' ilnitcherS of the coin Elli SiOll Wel'r cihtui.[lIli.d at tIle Ciu U Uotcl b...
A THRILLING NARRATIVE. DR. MAWSON'S EXPERIENCES. DEATH "A FOREGONE CONCLUSION." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
A THRILLING NARRATIVE. DR. MAlWSON'S EXPERIENCES. DEATH " A FOREGONE CON CLUSION." At the complimentary dinner tender ed to him at the Uriental Hotel, Mel bourne, last week, Dr. Mawson gave the most detailed account he has yet given of his experiences on the sledge journey with Lieutenant Ninnis and Dr. Mertz, from which he alone return ed alive. It was realised by those at the dinner that they were listening to a man who had probably been llealrerl to death than any Arctic or Anltarctic explorer who had managed to cogme through alive. After mlentioning that he and his two companions left the base in Adelie Land about the beginning of Novenl ber, 1912, lhe proceeded.--' e found ourselves on 12th December 300 miles from tihe hut. That day, I reiienl ber, was bright and clear-one of the best days we had had on the niarch. On 13th Deceillber, the day before the accident happelned, we decided to break up one of the three sledges we had taken with us and to go oni with two. I suggested t...
AVON SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 6. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
AVON SHIRE COUNCIL. -. . - - - . MONDAY, APRIL, 6. Present--Cr. Taylor (in the chair). nil ('ra. Lontg. Tholmsnon, Killeen, C'artcr, Kirkhau and Hlall. An apology was received froml the President, Cr. cott. Ex-Cr. M Carthy was granted a seant at tile table. Correspondence. IrTm the JDepartnment of Public \\rks. stating that the application by the council for wire-ntltting would be sulbmllted for approval at next meet Iig -I the IExecutive Cotuncil.-Re ctvl vcd. IFrroin same, stating that it \was al !ays prepared to accept paymien ta of I..u and upwards off the council ' in debtetne3ss for wire-netting.-teceiv od. 'romn siame, with reference to rc quest by .Mr. iltennerhasset for refund oit wire netting. ?ýking further iar ticular.s.-To be attended to. F'rom same, that before approval call be given to applhiation to carry out works otn tracks froui Grantia to Dar go River, and 'oloe' to Kilbride by day labour, plans. longitudinal sec tions and rpciltcations of thi propos ed works sho...
VISIT OF A LADY SPECIALIST. MRS. M. P. STEWART, [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
'I R:. \t P. '-JL\\ i~rV, i Ldy Sp list ron; the L 1 tE f'I~in L ding- ' HELH I'hair. Ihlltlints t'llills- st reet, >r' e, ia e it iat the it, ronI ltit ', ::L,,. trim 4 p in. on oil i tdttnti til-ng1 Lnl. )It t h It tltt er fllstock of Dr. D. t \i (. -t ll'ý ý ftuos orIcg Lily~ Re '-hi I have i tel dso oatty ti l:7 anion, i tt' n oho d hadibent ail i n tr v ii s 71 e is chairgetd ttni 1: ~ =," t h i s i ftol advice of one f \1rr \'' , c -ilihould bIe aailed of tiy ,"c.r} ''' hi i' i wh illih altod the si t''ni,.l t tiltlt'i'=',l nil opeteatliln.
SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES -4---- The Sale Turf Club stewards have reported the bookmnaker and his guar antor who had, so far, not paid the £25 due to a backer of Silver Gauntlet for the Campbell Plate, according to the decision of the stewards who dealt with the dispute A meeting for the purpose of forni ing a football club will be hold at the local fire-station to-night, at 8 o'clock. The committee of the Stratford and Nuntin Race Club have made arrango ments to accommodate a large gather ing at their races on Easter Monday. Tlhe saddling-paddock has been en larged, and the straight lengthened one cteali, which will be greatly ap preciated by owners. The course is in splendid order, after the recellt light rains. Special trains are run ning from Bairnsdule alnd Traralgon, returning the s.1amo evenling. The en tries total 86, as against 70 last Eas ter nleeting. 'T'he local band has also been engaged. It will be noticed that All'. A. 1. Foster's Boisdale lill ly elevlle- won the EIsom 1landica...
MISS GRACE WAUGH'S RIDE TO SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
MISS GRACE WAUGH'S RIDE TO SYDNEY. Our Melbourne correspondent writes --ne would not wish to detract in any way from Miss Grace tWaugh ' pluck, or sense, of what is becoming: but, still, it is difficult to know exact ly what is the reason for her perform ancce in riding fronm Melbourne to Syd tny. It was made a lmatter for public commenti by her announcing a public start from \Wirtll Park, which, by the way, is the home of circus busliess. As a feat of horsemanship and endurance the perfornmalnce is nio more than re spectahh'. Eleven and a half days for 550 nmiles on one horse is nothing out of the way anong denizens of the bush. though in these days it does not often happen that ally one needs to do such a journey onI horseback, except in tihe backhlocks. where there atre no news papers to chronicle what is being done. Admirers of Miss TWaugh's perform ance should read that beautiful story of bush experiences, Mrs. Aeneas Gunna 'a We of the Never Never," if they wish to know someth...
MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Younghusband, Row and Co. Pty. Ltd. report: Skins.-Supplies continue short of buyers' requirements, our catalogue only comprising S,000 skins. These met- with animated competition from a full attendance of buyers, and prices were extremely firm with an occasion al advance of %d per lb. for best grown parcels. Htides.-We submitted a nice selec tion of 1.400 hides to a large attend ance of shippers and tanners. Biddings on the part of the former were restrict ed at slightly lower levels. Tanners, howeveri operated: freely for all good parcels at fully last week's rulings. Owing to the weather many hides com ing forward carry more condition. and for these descriptions prices were oc casionally %d per lb. lower. We ex pect with the wet weather to see prices slightly lower during the next few weeks. Tallow.-All prime white mixed :ett with ready sale at previous wek'S quotations, but dark and badly ren dered parcels were again ditictult of sale at a further...
ACCIDENT TO WYRALLAH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
ACCIDENT TO WYRALLAH,. \'hle steaming around the coast on her way to the Gippsland Lakes one of the tail shafts of the coastal trader Wyrallah fractured, and necessitated the vessel returning to Melbourne on Sunday night. She left the South Wharf at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday, ant no defect was noticed in connection with the machinery until 12.45 a-m. on Sunday, when the tail shaft con necting the engines with one of the propellers broke suddenly. When the accident occurred the vessel was off Cape Patterson, about 40 miles to the westward of W\ilson's Promontory. Owing to the dangerous nature of the Lakes' Entrance, Captain J. T. Munro decided to return to Melbourne to ef fect repairs sooner than run any risk in negotiating:the entrance with the remaining propeller. Fortunately the sea was not rough, and no difficulty was experienced on the return to Mel bourne, although the vessel could only steam about 4'_. knots an hour. Three passengers who were on board were naturally chagrined at t...
400 LADS FOR THE FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
400 LADS FOR THE FARMS. Two large parties of lads, number ing altogether about 400, are expected to reach Melbourne during this month from Great Britain. They are coming out specially to engage in farm work, and though many of them are without previous experience in work of this kind; they are very willing and anxious to improve their position and pros pects. The lads vary in age from 16 to 20 years, and their services are av ailable at from 10/ per week and keep. The Immigration Bureau is desirous of placing them immediately upon ar rival on, farms where they will have opportunities of gaining good experi ence and receive fair treatment, and employers desiring their services are invited to make early application to the Immigration and Labour Bureau, 555 Flinders-street, Melbourne. A con siderable number of similar lads have already arrived in the State, and they have. On the whole, given very satis factory service, a great many excel lent reports having been received from farmers w...
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. T'f1 Gippslanfd and Northern Co operative Selling Co. Ltd. report:- ak" t to - t o, anything grading id+i- slpcrl l tl lit , choic st ha' gllK a! o d d nt.! nl t .1._ to 1, '?, rt g d f ut l+d to 1, 1. good Id. Ise,'t 'd +.1 to I od (.t-l co 'rtlt g to 1u ka it ; .i ,. ,Li r.. W ý t,_ I , da - c,,?tiu1" 11i ; pii 1 'c' ."i l , d f tt (I ti , -d. - iuJnnm' t; "d, d cdiue ll qualit es ",,'tr fot di- n t l I . . atuI Cd I p' t,_ .d LgEgs.- -ReducI d quantities S,',",,;, r-alls t,'i!br f 'ccted fr'oliI "-` per ,i tsp' tirils. Ilat on.-1'riliit light si 1,x+, l'l , ,diuull - wtigh ts - 9';a (,l h ., a i t , m iddles 1U: hd to llid, h , - t to I . l.a d.---l ul- t.d.
AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
AUCTION SALES. Messrs. Theo. B. Little and Co. hold their horse sale to-day, when they will have a good yarding, and sell a prize gelding for Mr. G. O'Btrien. Their special sheep and cattle sale takes place to-morrow, as does their Hley field fat stock sale. On Thursday their Stratford sale takes place. Messrs. Mathieson and Davis hold their Longford sale on Thursday, when they will have a large yarding. They announce a great sale of milkers, hutl locks and young cattle at Heyltild on Tuesday. April 21. Messrs A. M' Lean and Co. have special sales of store cattle at Maffra on April 17th and at Longford on April 21st. At the Sale Borough yards on Thursday, 23rd April, they will yard SO00 good store sheep.
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. WEATHER FOR WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, 3rd APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. WEATHERII Fl'i N\l wI-'K ENDING; -4- FRIDA Y. i;r .\ I'lL. The scuond ;*- ci,,t ly-r lat-''i ;;lpair of Imonsoonal dii-t'raIi '"i n paI;'s-"'l et' on tilh a.tIl r f " riida t 27t .March, accoIpnlltitid ! in thunder.storlin alinost g l'neraly, thi - rainl result" of which prova, toi ? vrvy appreciablt. This %\iy i.-p':nall tlh!t cta-s ovezr rn central tri.p xt'i:rdilg fitri tl soutlh-c;s;'irn pit.n i f the 3I allee tI) \WVl?t GippsI'' . Ianl si.ion record intg vcIr tl iNNo' . In mllaiy c a lt s Il a it u r I t ai ' -n igt . Ai \nothe r ,Ir'i gi Ia t Ina .n inl g I W zt I r I. I %_ AIIs t lra I ia. reacl', d Viciori n: Thi day. April 2. Thi: i tliso 1,r..t I?I'h si tii l"i rzi];, gli-neraill v,.ry ' lu it - i th, .inrth, but rcaching mntd' .ir ii ,,.i...10 t' in lt' tu sontlh andi \.-'s t. T 'his N\vt ilucli li; c d",l'est wt'ck s.'il'' liit i' 'i iiint' of th ycar, th' Iran.'h t :'!,n,. ll' t I'n~pr i tlla t l inland .ii,?'r, i . . hi h r lationis ap proac- ...
MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Melbourne Woolbrokera' Associa tion (Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. Ltd.. Australian Mercantile, Land, and Fi nance Co. Ltd., New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. Ltd., Dal gety and Co. Ltd., Australian Estates and Mortgage Co. Ltd., Younghusband, Row and Co., Proprietary Ltd.) re port:- Sheepskins.-Smiall supplies were offered this week. Competition throughout the sales was keen for all descriptions, the market being firm and unchanged. Hides.--Good catalogues were sub mitted at this week's auction sales. Competition was keen for all weights. and prices were fully maintained. Furred Skins.-Small catalogues were offered at Monday''s auction sales Rabbit skins were in good demand, and sold freely at late rates. Fox skips were not in request, and sold 5/ to 10/ per dozen in buyers' favour. Tallow.-Large supplies of tallow were again offered at Wednesday's auction sales. Good competition ruled, and no alteration was shown in the market. N.B.-Owing to th...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
COMMERCIAL -4------ Theo. B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle--We yarded over 100 at 3eorwell and had a splendid sale, com 1.utition exceedingly k:ýen for all classes. At Stratford 20 tV;:'ad forward. in eluding drafti from Llowalong and ioisdale. Llowalong heifers made to C'7 S. Small penning at Sale, mar ket very brisk, and all sold. Store C(attle--Good yarding at Stratford, ov erything sold readily. At. Mforwell our varIds overcrowded, most spirited bid ding, and splendid sale resulted. Bri agolhng market well supplied, fat and st(,re cattle. also pigs, sold well. Full yarding at litcfield and a satisfactory sale. Fair number in at Sale. plenty of buyers. We quote forward spring ers £7,5 -, springing heifers £5/15. - to .06:14 .-, backward do. to £-4li161i-, heifers in calf £4. store cows £4, big framed do. to £5, 10.-. 3-year-old bul locks £5. 10,-, young heifers £2,15/-, yearling steers and heifers to £1/18,/. We sold nearly 400 young bullohcks at Yarramll yards on Friday at f...
PROMOTING ART. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
PROMOTING ART. TWrites our Sydney correspondent: Mr. Carmichael, the Minister for Educa tion, recently invited a number of gen tlemen who are Interested in art and its encouragement to pronounce upon a plan which he has elaborated for the benefit of Australian art and artists. He thought that an association of lov ers of art could be formed, with a sub scription of, say, a guinea per member. Ten per cent. of the funds thus raised could be devoted to the establishment of a travelling scholarship, and the remainder should be devoted to the purchase of Australian works of art, which should be distributed amongst the members on the art-union, or- lot tery, principle. The application of the term 'art-union:: to mere money grabbing enterprises has seriously discounted the idea of turning the de vice to the salutary use for which it was first designed. Nevertheless, the proposal was warmly applauded. Those present included Sir Gerald Strickland, the State Governor, Judge U3ackhouse, and a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
NOTICES. ATLAS ASSURANCE COY., LTD. Head Ofmce: 92 Cheapside, London. Funds exceed £3,Su,,0,00, of which over £211,000 Is invested in AUS TRALASIAN SEC URITIES. Transacts FIRE, WORKERS' COMPENSATION, and ACCIDENT INSURANCES. Chief Office for Australasia: "'Atlas " Buildings," 406 Collins-street, blel bourno. For Proposal Forms, Rates and all other information apply to any of the following agentks:- SALE.-H. A. Luke. MAFFRA.-.-S. 'Ashton. SEATON.-T. B. M' Manus. CO?WWARR.-H. S. Tenby. STRATFORD.-M-I. M' Ilroy. ROSEDALE.-J. Colvin. £1000 IN £1000 £1000 PRIZES. £1000 MELBOURNE EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. Acknowledged to be one of the most genuine of all the Art Unions ever 56th Year. held.. 5th Year. As Popular as Ever. THE GREAT EVENT OF TIlE YEAR 66th Anniversary Eight Hours Day. GRAND FETE, BAZAAR AND ART UNION, In aid of the Charities (Town and Country). Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, MONDAY, 27th APRIL (Eight F]ours Day). Public and Bank Holiday. EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. 100 Prizes; Va...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 7 April 1914
There 'o.ill be nI isue of "' AI'rcury" 'next Tucsday, \'l r. tti0 ieciar ed r ote the usVt NI eid day the h an rl lc he p al'u h eiu 11 Pt.ost- ofics will be mlo '"r ' and, tand utn first delte .r- hvn oIter cot - er will be effected. Tei Sale F tr]i was submitted to Mr~. W. \, ls ri. wratel Avkll c l oid-,; ree P.MJ., at the local court-hnuse t.-tr day by Sergeant is eilTl. nie George Dell, sen., on account of ag "as struck off, and th, lisit aof certi lied to as correct. t xas cert The vacant block o ground siotut ed on the ntorth-east -ornerl of MYrl and Stawell streets, own-ed for Ti rt years by Mr.; CharleR See lo has on Saturda." sold by \e?s - M' Lean and Co. for £56 . The Crown tl Ravn _.,, whih NasI sold on ,att ,av, b,, ,rder't of the Natona Trts C' 1 lparl , in the esiate of teL mpari ogan • late M'r. i,. a .4n priillr as- I" i i Mr1s. tfe ptic am, ormer?y- t o ?t .ent lesser. ,-' eing-'6' The pre tQ ^^ ^ ^ _Y ýn0 The cettle listed f7r thi. market number 808. In a recent...
HOW TO TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 April 1914
HOW TO TALK. Keep clear of personalities in conversation. Talk of things, ob jects, thoughts. The smallest minds: occupy themselves with persons.: Do " not needlessly report ill of others.. As far as possible, dwell on:: the good side of human beings. . There is evil enough in man, God: knows. But it is not the mission of• every young man and woman to de?-:' tail and report it all. Keep the at'. mosphere as pure as possible, and fraraant .with gentleness and char ity.
The Precise Man. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 April 1914
The Precise Man. "It looks like rain." "I beg your pardon." "I say it looks like rain." "What does?" "The weather." "The weather, my dear sir," is a' condition. Rain is water in the act... of falling from the clouds. It is im possible that they should look alike": "What I meant was that the sky` looked like rain." 'Equally impossible. The sky is the blue vault above us-the seeming arch or dome that we call the hea vens. It does not resemble falling water in the least." "Well, then, if you are so thunder ingly particular, it looks as if it would rain." "As if what would rain?" "The weather, of course." "The weather, as before stated, be ing a condition, cannot rain." "The clouds then, confound you! I may not know as much about it as you do, but I've goy enough sense to get in out of it, and you haven't," said the :nun. as he raised his um brella and walked avway in a huff.