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A ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP DR. HIGGINS' EPISCOPAL JUBILEE. CELEBRATION AT BALLARAT. BALLARAT, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

A ROMAN CATHOLIC BBSKOP [ i DR. BIGGINS' EPISCOPAL JUBILEE. CELEBRATION AT BALLARAT. BALLARAT, Tuesday. The golden jubilee of Dr. Higgiiis, Roman Catholic .Bishop of "Ballarat, was furtner celebrated to-night by a public demonstration in St. Patrick's Hall, at "\vhicli Archbishop Carr, Dr. Mannix, Coadjutor Archbishop, and Dr. Reville, Bishop of Bendigo, took part. About forty priests were present. The mayors of the city and town, Crs. Brokenshire and Pittard, were also in attendance, together witli a number of councillors. Bishop Higgins during the evening re ceived congratulatory telegrams from the Archbishop of Hobart, the Bishops of Auckland, Wilcannia, Rockhampton, Sale, Port Augusta, Maitland, and Lis more. A congratulatory cable message was also received from Ireland from Count O'Loughlin, and another from the Mother-General of the Nazareth Order in London. Illuminated addresses were presented to Bishop Higgins by the clergy and laity of the diocese, in which reference was ma...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in th(. British Em pire .0 1 For delivery in the*New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2} LETTER CARDS. •For delivery within the Commonwealth Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. 'For delivery in the British Empire (set. list of places under "Letters")—Sin gle. Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, Banks. and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places— Single 2^d. each. " POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with th< Id. stamp, and Reply or double Cards each half of which has the Id. stanq impressed thereon, may be transmittec to places within the Commonwealth, am to those- places, enumerated undei "Letters," to which letters ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

Q I? E U M ]LE Y Butcher, v ' DUNLOP STREET, Mortlake. - f beef and mutton of best quality. SMALIr goods.

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Young People's Guild. SYLLABUS. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

Yciing People's fosiid. June 4—Debate, 'Town v. Country Life' Which is the more dersirable ? Mr. G. I/. Archer, Town ; Mr. G. Graham, Country. [June IS—Lecture, "Is the World grow ing better," Rev. H.-J. Cocks. July 2—Noorat Guild visit Mortlake. !July 16—Lecture, "Life and Work in the World's largest Pearling Centre, Illustrated—Rev. A. S. Houston. Julj' 30—Members' Concert. Aug. 6—Mortlake Guild visit Noorat. 'Any. 13—Lecture, Beauty spots of Vic toria, Illustrated with Eighty Lantern slides. Mr. Boyce, Tour ist Bureau. .'Aug. 27—Lecture, My trip to the Home land, Illustrated, Rev. M'Bride. Sept. 10—Debate, "Is the proposed water scl'.euie for Mortlake desirable ? Affirmative, Mr. L. By rue, nega tive, Mr. K. Holdsworih. Sept. 24—Mock Banquet, Members. !Oct 8—Lecture, The Romance of Medi cine, Dr. H. B. I'-ee. Oct. 22— Closing Social. ! Non Members'adniitted on payment of !/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

Mrs. 8 SMITH, Caranrat / Fruit and Vegetables Grown on the Premises. Fresh Bread Daily. Confectionery. Stationery. School Books. Fancy Goods and Toys. Accounts Rendered Monthly. j Printed and published by M. S. Manson, for the proprietor, Mary Manson, at the office of the Mort lake "Dispatch," Dunlop-street, Mortlake, Victoria. IWgoles &, carpenter, MONUMENTAL, MASONS, "ORNER {L/AVA and ICKPr.EK Strnets WARRNAMBOOL. Monuments, PIEAD-STONES/Etc., and every description of Murial Work manufactured from the finest quality of Italian Marbles and Scotch and other Granites, etc.. at most reasonable rates. Cemeteries visited and additional in scriptions cut and old lettering renovated. Catalogues and Photographs forwarded on application. Mothers Friend, PEDIC POMADE for the .Head. Strikes] infesting ivermin°.dead. Price Is. with nit comb Is 6d. One application destroys vermin, kill nits, heals sores, cures ringworm an makes the hair grow thick and sirong Price Is. Ijarge 2s. Extra l...

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AGRICULTURAL NEWS AND NOTES. HINTS ON PLANTING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

AGRICULTURAL NEWS AND NOTES. HINTS ON PLANTING FRUIT TREES. There is great activity this year in orchard, planting. On the whole, good .prices ruled during the past season for commercial fruits, and this -will act as an incentive in extending the area un der fruit cultivation. The fruit indus try has suffered many reverses, but at last it appears to promise greater cer tainty to fruit-growers. The export trade in apples is developing rapidly. New markets on the continent of Europe are being opened up, and better methods of packing and transport have resulted in the fruit reaching distant markets with less loss rand waste than formerly. Cool storage in the orchard centres, and: the extension of jam-making and fruit canning in the Commonwealth enable the fruit-grower to place on the market large lines of soft fruits at remunerative prices. June and July are the best months for planting fruit trees, and the earlier they are put out in this period the bet ter, because root action is sca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

For Children's Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6.

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THE RUNNING. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

THE RUNNING. The first round was responsible for several keenly contested trials. Jack's Gift showed a good turn of speed and cleverness, whilst Bar finch put up one of the best trials with Lady Graham, and Hooligans Gin beat Traclu poiutless in a long trial, and dusted her game about in great style. O.N.C.A. was led by Master Enderby, but ran over her opponent in the racing stretches and did all the work of merit be sides twice flecking the hare before killing. Five of Diamonds went with great dash as did Woodbird. Purnim Beau and First Fancy had a no go. The former was unlucky to pick up the hare before being caught and had alonggrueller, and when put again in slips he was easily beaten by First Fancy. The second ties opened with Barfinch favorite against Jack's Gift. The latter got the lead, and in a nice trial in which the exchanges were fairly even, Jack's Gift won by 1% points. True Light outstayed Red Graham at the end of a long course, as did O.N.C.A. against Hooligan's Gin....

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HEXHAM & MT. SHADWELL COURSING CLUB. Opening Meeting. Three Owners Divide. Abundance of Hares Provide Excellent Sport. OFFICIALS:—President—T. P. Gibson, Esq.; Judge, Mr. J. Caple; Slipper, Mr. James Hilderbrandt; Field-Marshalls—Messrs T. P. Gibson, W. Clarke; Slip Steward, Mr. W. J. Bray; Flag Steward, Mr. James Absalom; Joint hon secretaries, Messrs T. M'Gann and T. Geddes. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

HEXHAM & MT. SHADWELL COURSING CLUB. Opening Meeting. Three Owners Divide. Abundance of Hares Provide Excellent Sport. OFFICIALS President—T. P. Gibson, Esq^; Judge, Mr. J. Caple ; Slipper, Mr. James Hilderbrandt; Field-Marshalls— Messrs T. P. Gibson, W. Clarke; Slip Steward, Mr. W. J. Bray ; Flag Steward, Mr. James Absalom ; Joint hon secretaries, Messrs T. M'Gann and T. Geddes. Magnificent sport, was the un animous yerdict of the large gathering of coursing enthusiasts that attended the opening meeting of the Hexham and Mt. Shadwell Coursing Club on Thursday. It was a splendid opening of a splen did sport, and augurs well for the future success of the club. The trysting place was at North Station, the property of Mr. W. T. Mani fold, who through the generosity of Mr. T. P. Gibson (the club's genial president) places his beau tiful property at the disposal of the club's meetings. In this respect the club is particularly fortunate, as the land coursed over has no superior fo...

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PRIZE MONEY. The prize money was won as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

PRIZE MONEY. The prize inonev was won as follows:— J. F. M'Guiness, C. Williamson, A. M'Pliee, ^11 11 £ 5 15 6 £ 5 15 6 Total £ 23 2 0

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NORTH STATION STAKES. For 25 Puppies at 21s each. Winner, £15 Runner-up, £6; Two dogs, £l 1s each. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

NORTH STATION STAKES. For 25 Puppies at 21s each. Winner, £15 Runner-up, £6 ; Two dogs, £l Is each. , Jack's Gift, J. F. M'Guiiies' bk d, Dean Swift—Lucy, Sept. '12 beat Daisy King, W. J. Bray's bk. b, Comedy King —Daisy Dew, Nov. '12. Barfinch, A. M'Pbee's b b, (ns), Bar wheys—A da Finch, Nov '12 beat Lady Graham, J. Condon's be & w b, Graham —Lady Belle, Jail '13. Red Graham, C. Flanagan's, Good Graham—Golden Belle, Jan '13 beat Wallace Booth,C Williamson's bk & w d, Carbine Booth—Whiff, Aug '12. True Light, A. S. Burnett's fb, Colonel Hubert—Black Maria, Mar '13 'beat Colonel Beau, E Malion's bk&wd, Black Prince—Graftoriette, Oct '12. Hooligan's Gin, T. ,D. Healey's bk b, Andy Flanagan—Half Black, Dec . '12 beat Traclu, P. King's f b, Jack of Dia monds—Shrew, Sept. '12 O.N.C.A. ,J. Laffan'sbk b, Light Heart —Cymric La'ly, Oct '12 beat Master Un der by, E. Malion's bk d,- Enderby— Thoughtful Madge, Dec '12. Five of Diamonds, C. Williamson's r d, Jack of Dia...

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HEXHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

(From our own Correspondent.) The Empire Day picnic, favored with such beautiful weather, was a great success. In the morning several pairs of busy hands were at work, and when the children and others arrived at the race course shortly after 12 o'clock luncheon was ready for all comers. A sports programme was carried out in the afternoon and the children raced till all had received a prize. The older folks also were not forgotten, trophies being provided for a mar ried women's race, girl's race, men's race and a high jump for men. Lollies and fruit were handed round during the afternoon and about five o'clock an enjoyable tea brought the afternoon's enter tainment to a close. There was also a very good attendance at the Labor Ball held the same evening and to the strains of good music provided by our local musicians dancing was indulged in till well into the next morning.

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Local and General News Commissioners Visit Mortlake. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

Local and General News Cornmissiouers Visit Mortlake. The Royal Commission appoint ed to investigate the Closer Settle ment scheme arrived here last evening after inspecting the Ner rin Nerrin and Westmere estates. They subsequently met settlers on the Flat and Common respecting their i grievances regarding, Clause 69. A report of the enquiry will appear next issue. The following members of the Commission were present t—Messrs. J. G. Johnstone (chairman;, R. B. Rees, F. G. Clarke, and F. Brawn, M.L.C's., J. Gordon, H. Angus, J. Chatham, and W. Plain, M.L.A's. Generous 'Donation. Mr. R. B. Ritchie, of Blackwood Station, Penshurst, has promised to give ^2000 for the erection of a public hall at Penshurst, on satis factory arrangements being made for its maintenance. Colossal Cheek. During last week a number of Camperdown dairymen were called upon by a man who claimed to be a Government inspector of dairies. He gave verbal reports, in most cases of . an uncomplimentary nature, and thre...

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THE SWEETHEARTS. Some Questions Asked by the Young Person and Answered by the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

THE SWEETHEARTS. fcome Questions Asked by the Young Person and Answered fay the Editor. bu you see the couple? 1 do see the couple. Is it a man and a woman? Hiey will be when they grow older. | Are they married? Oh, no. How do you know? They are too devoted to each other. Aren't married people so? Not always. Only so-so. Is love tiresome? Not before marriage. Why after marriage? There's something else to thi&fc tbuut. "What are they talking about? Music, moonlight, love and flowers, with a touch upon the unutterable, and the ineffable, and the inexpressible. Do they talk of house rent, and j bread and butter, and clothes, and chil- I dren? ' Bless you, no; that's vulgar and . practical. How long does a courtship last? Three to twelve months—more or less. And a marriage? From one to fifty years—more or less. Then why shouldn't they talk of' the years of real, rather than the months of ideal? It would frighten them away from each other. Do lovers love each other more than marr...

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MARKETS. MORTLAKE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

MARKETS. MORTI/AKE STOCK REPORT. M'Donald and Brumley report, having- held their usual fortnightiy saleon Wednesday last when a largv yarding of both sheep and cattle came forward. ' There was a good attendance of buyers and through out the sale competition was very brisk and all sold at late good market rates. We quote—Sheep—Fat merino wethers £l 3s, comeback wethar.s l'5s 3d to ^1 3d, fat crossbred ewes 14s 6d to 17s 6d, fat lambs 12s, 13s 2d to 13s4d, comeback weaners lis lOd, crossbred weaners 13s, crossbred ewes 6 and 8 tooth in lamb to Shrop lambs ^1 3s, cross bred ewes 5 years old in lamb lo Shrop rams 15s to 16s. Cattle—Prime lightweight bul locks £9 10s, j£l0 to.£11 5s, fat cows £5, £5 12s 6d. £5 10s, £6 15s 6d, £,6 17s 6d to £9 17s 6;1, bulls to £7, springing heifers /,5 10s to £6 Is, 2 year old heifers £l 2s. to £2 16s, store cows £l, £l 4s, £l 10s, £l 15s, £2 17s 6d to £3. Pigs—Forward slips £l 4s 6d. We made sales for Messrs J. Forbes, H. Anders, T. •M'Kellar, T. J. Bre...

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A SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE CREAM COOLER. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

A SIMPLE BUT EFFECTIVE CREAM COOLER. Almost every day we hear of some Improvement in the methods of hand ling cream and manufacturing it into butter, but so far no way has been de vised of keeping the cream at a rea eonably low temperature whilst in transit from farm to factory. The fol lowing simple but effective device is In use in New Zealand, and if it is found to give satisfaction there, it should be equally useful for dairymen In this State, which has a hotter sum mer season:—Before the can leaves the dairy it stands in a shallow gal vanised dish about four inches deep, which is filled with water, and a coarse canvas bag is then Flipped over the can fitting it quite Joosely, and the top left slightly c^en to allow the air to r<>ach the mouth of the can; the water will soak up the walls of the canvas bag, saturating it completely, and evaporation from the damp ^unva.-i will keep the cream quite cool, dven though it is standing in the sun When loading for the facto...

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THE TITANIC DISASTER. LITIGATION IN AMERICA. SUPREME COURT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

THE TITANIC DISASTER. LITIGATION IN AMERICA. SUPREME-COURT DECISION. The Supreme Court held that the owners of the Titanic are liable only in accordance with the Amer ican maritime law. . This means that litigants will receive nothing, as the law limits the liability of American companies to salvage from a wreck and passenger a;id freight money collected from pas sengers amounting to 90,000 dol lars. Mr. Justice M'Keuna dissented from the decision. His Honor held that the British law ought to apply in the case of British' Com panies. -Suits amounting to 13,000,000 dollars are pending in the Amer ican Courts against the owners of the Titanic.

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A Repeat Order. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

A Repeat Order. I One evening a very shy young fel ■ low took his sweetheart for a walk along a shady country road. They walked for about half a mile in si lence, looking sideways at each oth er, when, suddenly, the big fellow put his arm around her waist and kissed her. Neither spoke, but both walked on as before. Then the girl said: "Jimmy, you scared me." "Did I?" he answered. They walked on for fifteen minutes more, when the girl, giving a gentle tug to his arm, Bald: "Jimmy, I wish you would scare me agtte." And he did! "I make It a rule," said a wiseacre to his friend, "to tell my wife every thing that happens. In this way we avoid any misunderstandings." i Not to be outdone in generosity, the ' tfood friend replied: "Well, sir, yoa are not so open and frank as I am, for I tell my wife a good many things that never happen." Miss Jane (watching a particularly rough game of football): Gracious heavens! What do my eyes behold? My brother! my poor brother! They are carrying him of...

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THE WOULD BE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

THE WOULD BE MEN. Many women have wished to be men, but it is rare, indeed, for a man to wish that his sex were different. Not long since a scientific experimen ter invited a number of ladies to re cord their impressions on the subject. "With but few exceptions each of the women owned to the longing to chango her sex, but the reasons given were eurious and instructive. One wished to be a man so that she might earn double the salary for the same amount of work; another, be cause, being fond of horses, she would like to be a jockey; a third, because she could come and go as she pleased; a fourth lady because she is passion ately fond of machinerj', and is ambi tious to be a machinist or engineer. ! In short, as the experimenter re marked, what women mainly envy in men's lives is the fuller liberty and the greater opportunities in general which : the male sex enioys.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 30 May 1914

THE BEST IN THE WORLD 5 fb Parcel. INSIST 0 Labelled PACK. A MAN'S WONDERFUL LETTER. Hundreds of Living Wit - z&esses to the Value of A Nerve Hemedy« A GLIMPSE OF HOSPITAL LIFE FROM COIiOWA, N. S.WALES. ■It is not often the general public has a chance of reading a letter like ono published, but it gives a glimpse of- human suffering in and out of hospitals. Mr. Patrick Bowies was forraorly a resident of Corowa, N.S.Y/., and is now of Ilutherglen, Victoria, but lie suffered as few suffer in this world, and after joug periods of pain ho cured himself by that great nerve and blood medicine, Clcmonts Tonic. Let evoryone read this remarkable letter.v Surely all the world should read ifc3 so that humanity 13/10/09G-nefit' Mr" Downes writes. Clements Tonic, Ltd. _ " With sin cor© thanks I write, hop ing you "'ill be spared a long life with health and prosperity to cure many sufferers with your valuable tonic as you have cured mo. I have been a sufferer for two years with stomach tr...

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