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THURSDAY. "Journal" office, 12 noon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

THURSDAY. ':Journal" office, 12 noon. The German government is ask ing 350 millions from the Reich stag. Italy, Sweden, Belgium, and the United States proclaim neutra trality. Germans declared offici ally to be at Cirey, near Nancy, and at. Mainlatouer, near Metz. Germans occupy railway station at Basle. Burns, Beauchamp, Har court, Simmon, and Masterman contemplation of leaving British Cabminet, through Germany's con-. duct over Belgium. MIr Asquith and Sir E. Grey, in fine speeches, told parliament how Germany had re fused to give assurance about Bel guim neutrality, except that she would not annex. Tarpin, the French inventor of Melinite, says his explosive will anniliate the enemy. Mr. Redmond says that the HIome Rulers' and the Ulstermen, would continue to protect Ireland, ana send troops free. * The German Kaiser, in a white book claims to have worked shoul-. der to shoulder with Britain for peace. The British government is guaranteeing war risks on food stuffs from Canada. Th...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

COMMERCIAL. --0o-- GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS 'Theo. B. Litt!e and Co. 'T1ehi B. Little and Co. report Fat Cattle! At Heyfield on Satur day we yarded 75 head, and-se. everything with exception of one lot. There was a very large atten dance of butchers from Trara'gon, Wi'r"agul, Moe, Mobrwell, W'alhalla Drouin, Buln, Trafalgar, and other r.pil?.?~,., P r..t?e .?_ogw? ? ?a. ?(?r:.? ] £7,1g £10 ?' l; t g.is;?,speeedd~hd|/rer to £9 3s. We sold drafts account of Messrs. W. M'Lean, Jno. Webster, i. T. Wilson, Henry Miller, R. Clyde, D. NgAlrson, Jr. H. -Mur ray and ithie?. At Sale on Satur'. day we yarded over 20 head, in cluddm g"gi"mte '??tfi. p i-rit'?oys and heifers on account otf Messrs. Bar tonzBros;~. Overstrand, Paynesville4 These; cattle were much admired. irif^fei- lieid averaged £9 13s; steers. made £8 17s and vealers £3. Although :.comptition' good pri ces not.. so goo6d as previous week. Store cattle: Although we "have had splendid rains, followed by good weather,- buyers operat...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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SPEECH BY MR. W. M'LEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

SPEECH BY MR. W. M'LEAN. In the concluding remarks of his spech in the local Plal on \We:lnes day. Mr. W. J. M'lean said that the news had been flashed over the cables that Great Britain had declared war against ;Germany. Australians were England'. grand sons and they would respond in stantly to the call of the b,!cod. Th:s war would recahl the gIorious deeds of Nelson, on the steas, of Wellington, at \Waterloo, Clive ii India, and Wolfe, on the heights ot Quebec, in Canada. They prized the fact that Great Britain was the greatest despenser of justice, freedom and tolerance in the world -Loud applause. (At the close of the meeting the National Anthem was sung by the great audience).

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WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD IKNOW. ' " PHYSICIAN'S. TIMELY AD VICE. The fact that few. dyspeptics really understand the cause of their trouble is probably the reason why drugs are still use4l to such an alarming extent. The practice is wrong, however, and is strongly condemned by many physicians. The presence of excess acid mn the stomach is the cause of prac tically all forms of digestive trouble -and this can be neutralised, .and rendered harmless by the occa sional use of "bisurated".magnesia -a product which can be obtained of any chemist. Physicians use bisurated magnesia themselves, as well as recommend it to their pa tients, because they recognise that it not only overcomes dangerous stomach acids, and thus ensures easy' digestion, but by its use no harmful drug is introduced into the system, and therefore there can be no pleasant after-effects. Half a teaspoonful, taken in a little wa ter after meals, is usually quite sufficient to keep the food con tents of the stomach free from...

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"BRITISH INTERESTS, BRITISH HONOR, AND BRITISH OBLIGATIONS." SIR E. GRAY'S SPEECH IN HOUSE OF COMMONS. "SO SAY ALL OF US." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

"BRITISH INTERESTS, BRI TISH HONOR, AND BRITISH OBLIGATIONS" SIR E. GRAY'S SPEECH IN HOUSE OF COMMONS. - "SO SAY ALL OF US." The duty of disclosing the Go vernment's attitute in the House of Commons on Monday devolved upon the Secretary for State for Foreign Affairs (Sir Edward Grey) who said: "I ask the House to ap proach this crises from the point of view of British inter ests, British honor, and Bri . tish obligations. I can assure the House that until yesterday the Government had not given any country -any promise, more than that of diplomatic support Great Britain ,moreover, had not construed anything previ ously done by the other powers as restricting her freedom to decide what action she should take in the present crisis. France is involvea under a de finite alliance with Russia. That obligation did not apply to u s. Great Britain is not a party to the Franco-Russian alliance. " The French fleet is con centrated in the Mediterranean on account ot the Ang'o-Frcnch friendship. ...

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WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

WEDDING. -OI A quiet, but pretty, wedding was celebrated on the 1st of July at the Cuthbert Presbyterian Manse, Brighton, by the Rev. Jas. Sinclair, B;.A., the contracting parties being Mr. Thomas Rush ,ofj Hobart, and Isabella Jane M'Nish, youngest. daughter of:the late John Douglas, late ot "Glenrose," Seaton The bride, who was given away by her eldest sister, Mrs. Ferguson, of "The Meadows," Glenmaggle, wyore a becoming coat and.skirt of grey tweed, white silk blouse, black vel vet hat, with plume. The recep tion was held at the home of the bridegrooms neice, Mrs Teeson, of "Sorrell," Church street, Middle Brighton, where about 40 guests sat down to a sumptuous wedding breakfast ,when the usual toasts were proposed and responded to. A number of telegrams and letters of congratulations ivere, ead by the Rev. G. L. Johnson, of Kemp ton, Tasmania. Owing to the re cent bereavement in the bride's family,. only relatives and very in timate friends were present. Their future home will b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

_ _ • , . -, Save: you yotsr, SMoney. FAG. GcARsTEpsEa's BIB WIL |~ COMMENCES To-mortrow, Saturday, Julyl 8 :: FOR " 2 Weeks Only Big Bargains. Riginging Values. i Big Savings for You. CO-OPERATIVE DISPOSAL OE CARCASE MEAT. PLEASE NOTE: We have now well appointed and commodious premises for the. disposal of Veal ers and Porkers. Forward any you have to Us for sale. Highest prices guaranteed. Remember you participate in our annual distribution of, bonuses. GIPPSLAND and NORTHiERN CO-OPERATIVE SELLING COMPANY, LTD. 494 Flinders street, Melbourne. Thb EVENt .OF. THEI SEASON. ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL! ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL! ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALLI MbWchanics' Hall, TRARALGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. First Class Musz¢ and :Supper Double Tickets, 5s; Ticket ad mitting two ladies ana one gentle man, 7s 6d. . I WOODRUFF, Hen. Sec. P'OR SALE.-Strawlierry Clover .Ropts, any, quantity. Apply W. •INDLEY, Upper Flynn's.Ck. TO LADIES OE TRARAL GON & DISTRICTI. MISS RAY, FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

E. L. BRUgE, : (LateH. C. Jones). ILAND, FINANCE and COM M~ILION AGENT, Surveyor and Sivarn Valuator. Agent for: tke Yorkshire Fire Insurance Co., and Accident Insurance Co., and the: qa4ty Trustees Co. Lt4. Office: TRARALGON. QUEENSLAND. Sihe Rev. L. T. COPELAND, of Mundubberra, Queensland, who ti temporarily superannuated on accfiunt of sickness, invite; cor rePendonce from anyone wanting to select land; purchase sheep, cattle or horse stations, or frit, luctae, wieat, sugar or dairy farms in Queensland. T. II. R10O & CO., HO"HAM ST., TRARALGON. T. H. ROW: Sworn Valuator. AACODUNTANTS, AUDITORS, SASSURANCE & GENERAL * AGENTS. Agents for London and Lanca .hire Fire Insurance Co., National Mutual Fire Assurance Associa tion, Norwich'Union Fire Assur aiu Co., Ocean Accident and Giarantee Society, the Fourth Vidtodriin Building Society, Adamn son, Strettle and Co., Stock and Station Agents. Stoddart .and Maclean, THE NEW BUTCHERS, F O:R QUALITY. O Corned ' Meat Small O...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

Business Change. - Me-s-s C. Temby and Co., having disposed ot their Business and lease to Messrs Longstaff and Brantd, who take possession on September 1, will, in the *meantime, hold a *Cash Clearing Sale of Groceries, Iron mongery, Crockery, etc. All goods will be sold at prices very much in favor of big buyers-for this month only.-Advt. Report of concert in aid of the Baptist church is held over. Mr. J. T. Packer and Mr. Ken nedy Smith, of the Liberal Work ers 'Union, will address a public meeting in Traralgon on Wednes day evening next. On Thursday next Theo. B. Litt:e and Co will hold a clearing sa!e for Mr. Clarence Clarke. The. various lines total 365 bullocks and steers; 260 store cows; 1000 young ewes and lambs: "'750 big framed crossbred wethers; all fine quality., - The Gippsaand Trading Coy announce further tempting offers in men's wear; boots and shoes, children's boots and shoes. -"A War Bargain Sale." It is notified that the new hall at Upper Traralgon Creek will be ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. Traralgon 8 (H.C.); 11 and 7 SGlengarry 3.-Rev. W. J. T. Pay. Gormandale, 11; Hiamdale 2.30 Carrajung South 7.30.-Mr. Craig. Presbyterian Church. Traralgon 11 and 7, Tyers 2.30. Rev. J. Smith. Blackwarry' 11.30, Bulga 2.30, Callignee 7.30.-Mr. Miles. Methodist Church. Traralgon 1 land 7.-Rev. Jas. Smith, ot North Melbourne. FRIDAY AUGUST 7 1914. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.

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IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. THE LATE MRS. PYE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

IN MEMORIAMI SERVICEt THE. LATE. MRS. PYE. 'The Rev. Jas. Smith piached'! an :Ii :Memoriam service 'in con nection with the tragic death: ot the late Mrs. Pye, at the Presby terian church bn Sunday evening last. There was a full congregar. tion. The pulpit was draped in in black and white, and Miss Can eld, the organist, played '"'.Largo'" during the service, and the Dead March at the close .of, the service. The choir sang tne anthem, Across the Bar. Mr.-Smith based his discourse on Romans, chap. 7, verses 35 and 38 and 39 :" Who shall separate us from the love of 'Christ? Shall tri bulation, or distress, or famine, or persecution, or nakedness, or the sword?"-" For I am persuaded that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor the powers,- rior things present, nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us. from the love of God." He said he wished to_show how serious God's purpo ses are under all changes and mys teri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

AT H. W. BOND'S Stirring Bargains. All Winter Goods to *** be Absolutely Cleared Out. We are NOT Closing -up and Clearing Out. We are Going to Stay Right Here, & Give You AS IJib eatiiable Vlau e A",', Un ~ab~eAlways. HE. WP. BONTLD, GENERAL DRAPER, TRARALGON. Your Eyes need attention. Do not neglect them Consult R. A Williams. Oualified Op tician at A. H. CROSS's, Tra ralgon Bazaar and General Newsagency. NURSE ENDRES Bundaberg, Nth. Queenmland, mb a remarhkabl letta to CLEMENTS TONIC A MAGNIFICENT BRAIN AND NERVE STREENGTHENING MEDICINE. Blurbon Street, Bundaberg, Q.. 1191f'. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "Until two years qo I fol lowed my profession of LADIES' NURSE, residing at Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by several doctors, obut grewv worse and became so low and suffered so much that I despaired of ever being well again; in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR, and, indeed I only longed for the hour when ,I should be ...

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TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

TYERS. ----o- A concert, in aid of the me chanics' hall, was held on the. 30th inst. The mnight was fine, and the attendance good. Mr. Jolly, the organiser, had gone to a lot of trouble with the Tyers musi cal society, and he must have been gratified at the success of the un dertaking. So must Mr. H. Chris tensen, who lent valuable assis tance. The soloists, Misses Ewart, .. H'eywood, and Mrs. Jolly, each received a splendid reception. The following is the full programme: Choruses, Swanee River, Planta tion Song, To the Death; part song; recitation, How Bill Adams won the Battle of Waterloo, Mr" T. Colhns; piano duet, Misses Gilmour and' Christensen; song, and chorus, Love's old Sweet song; song, Sleep and Forget; ~Miss 'Heywood;, *iart'-song, Shine on, O Moon; The Battle Eve; chorus, Come Back. to Me; De Old Banjo, plantatiohj song; song, Maris Stella; song and chorus; pianoforte dhet.lisses Gilmour and Chris tensen; Ekcelsior; chorus, Try again Johnnie; .song and chorus, The Old S...

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OPENING SALE OF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

OPENING SALE OF= SEASON Messrs. A. M'Lean and. Co. opened their season's clearing sales ,though their auctioneer, Mr. Tom. Farmer, on Wednesday, when they disposed of the whole of the large stock, etc., of Mr. Percy Lubbke's farm, at Bud geree. Despite the unsettled state of the.market, owing to the war, also the very rough weather, there was an exceptionally large atten dance of buyeri, including a num ber from outside districts. JBidding was full of animation, right from the opening of the sale -the dairy cows meeting with quick and. sustained compet;tion The whole of his good cows made from £10 to '£13, t£11 and L12 be ing frequent prices. A young Jersey bull, 21 months old, brought 241 guineas. The whole of his heifer calves made £210s, heifers under two years, in lots, bringing from £5 8s to r£6 10s. Horses sold to £20 5s. Implements and sun dries made fullirates. Spectators and buyers alike re ferred to the sale as being an ab solutely fcord one, and taking into consideration ...

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FEDERAL ISSUES. LABOR'S OMISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

FEDERAL. ISSUES. 3 ~'...... ** SLtIBO'S OMISIONS. One f t c most utfectiv ipassa ges in the ]vigorous speedh which the Prthac Mniuster delivered on IV onday evening, when he opened his Victorian caimpaign, dealt with Labor's omissions. As Mr. Cook showed the extremists ,ho shape the policy which Mr. Fisher an nlounces, are so intent on making direct for their socialistic paradise, they bestow hardly a thought on the wise use ot opportunities which lie ready to hand. They fancy they kno.w a short cut to the land, andl are not klisposedto spend either time or energy in causing the wilderness to bloss ... So the' Labor manifcebt?ead b'j Mr. Fisher at Bundaberg·tontained no reference to the Northern Ter ritory. Mr. Cook painted a ludicr-. ous picture ot the pratiks Labor played in that vast area,' which,, so long as it retnmains .inpeopled, is a menace to the safety ot Australia [le remarked: "Al! they'ave 'c'dn, there, as far as I knowa, Is to nliake it a benevolent asylum for their fr...

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SPARROW SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

SPARROW SHOOTING. Five members of the Traralgon gun club competed in a five bird match at Rosedale on Tuesday. The match was won by Rosedale -who had one more kill than Tra ralgon. The lady's trophy was won by M?r. Brown, of Rosedale, Mr. T. A. Umphelby being second. A sweepstake was won by Messrs. Bowman and Umphelby.

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Federal Politics. Mr. W. A. WATT and Mr. W. J. M'LEAN AT TRARALGON. SPLENDID MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

Fe e al Politics. Mr. W. A. WATT and Mr. W. J. M'LEAN AT TRARALGON. SPLENDID MEETING. Mr. W. A: Watt, late State Pre inier, and Mr. W. J. M'Lean, one ot the Liberal candidates, for the Senate, addressed a crowded meet ing in the mechancis' hall, Traral gon, on Wednesday afternoon. The chair was occupied by Coun cillor Whittakers ,president of the shire, ivho said that Mr. Watt was the Liberal candidate for Bala clava, and Mr. W. J. M'Lean was. ason of the former respected. member for Gipps'and.-Applause. Mr. M'LwIj said that he had to pave the way for Australia's great est platform speaker, who, as a fighter, was a Napoleon among men, either on the platform, or in Iront of an army. It was the first time he (the speaker) had spoken to a Gippsland audience since the ,people, aid him tne nonor or ask 5ng him to be thee Liberal candidate for .Gippsland 18 months' ago. He had declined the honor because bhe had had other work to do. Since then most of the reasons for. 'declining the nomin...

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AUSTRALIA'S FORTUNATE POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

AUSTRALIA'S FORTUNATh POSITION. As Mr. Baillieu remarked on Tuesday, our remoteness from the seat of war places,us in. a rompara tively advantageous position, and ot this fortunate circumstance we should avail ourselves to the ut most. After such a prolonged per iod of unbroken prosperity asthis country has enjoyed, there must be great accumulated reserves to fall back upon. These reserves could not be applied to a more patriotic and at the same time bu siness-like purpose than to the bridging over of the period of trial that may be drawing nearl It is not with pis as with tlder com munities. There is in Australia a vast margin ot undeveloped wealth to draw ,u pon. In time ot plenty, like the present, there is not suffi cient labor available to develop it. With the balance beginning to turn the other way--it turn it does -it should. not be impossible to effect such re-adjustments, which' will divert labor not elsewhere re quired to those solid natural in dustries on which the enduri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

(I'And so will you C kn rain. at once VA?t PRICES. with thi"•.. Ri h t in - O ij And"o will 'A" Gippsland Trai ng CA· R to. 20", WAR PRICIES. ill Just Read the Price List and you'll get a greater Shock than a Bullet can Strike you by 2 Striking a Big WAR BARGAIN. "???'??~~Ii'?.' 0:.'.'Z'' 7 Pairs Men's Trousers, 4s 6d; to Clear at 2s_11d. 4 Men's Suits, 30s; to clear at 10s 6d. 4 Youth's Suits, 20s; to clear at 5s 11d. Men's Navy Blue and Brown Wool Sweaters,,lOs' 6d, now 5s 11id. Men's Navy Blue Wool Sweaters, 7s 6d; now 3s 11d. 6 Men's Shirts, 2s 11d; to go at ls 5½d. 6 Men's Natural Flannel Shirts to clear at is 11d. - 6 Boys' Coats, to be Slaughtered at 4s 6d eaoh. 6 Men's Pyjamas, 7s 6d; to go at 3s 9d:,. 24 Men's Braces, worth is 11d and is 6d; now 7½d. Boot Department. Lady's Enamel Shoes, 16s 6d, 14s 6d; to be SHOT OUT at 7s 6d pair Men's Enamel Boots and Shoes, 25s; to clear out at 13s 6d (Marshall's). Children's Boots and Shoes, size 4, 5s 11d; now 2s 3d. Children's Boots ...

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MR WATT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 7 August 1914

.MR WATT. Mr. Watt said that if the same enthusiasm was displayed all .over Australia [for Liberal principles as in 'T'raralgon Mr. M'Lean's call for solid Liberal vote would be ans \vered. The name of AllanM'Lean was as well knowh as that of any man, and his eldest son wais a chip off the old block. (Loud applause). There would be a good- vote for. his party from the Eastern pro vince.. The Liberal party were cal led Fusionists, and the word meant a blend. One of the candidates for ,G'ppsland advocated elective mi nisteries, .which itruld create the very thing he was denouncing. The Labor party also proclaimed them selves t he farmers' friend. Yet they favored the rura! woirkers' log. This statement had been" made in every town in Gippsland. It.was said that the log would only hit the farmers cited before the Arbi tration Court, and the court had no power to apply what was known as the common rule. But the same men advocated the amending of the Constitution'to give the court the po...

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