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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

THIS CAMERA PONY PREMO No. 1— 5x4 SIZE—TAKES PLATES OR FILMS. PRICE — ONLY 50/ It h.u ; In: :i :i f.iv;>iriie with beginners for its compact ami simple construction. This season it is better than ever, anil provision is made to fit a Premo I-'iim Pack Adapter, so that Films as well as plates may be used. Tile Camera weighs only 24 ounces, is strongly made and covered in grain leather. All metal parts are nickelled, the lens is an excellent • R.R., and the price includes camera, carrying case and one double plate holder. Price, £2-10-0, postage 1/0 extra. Full details of this and the other Prcmos will be found in the Premo Catalogue. Write for a copy. AUSTRALIAN KODAK LIMITED, Incorporating BAKER & ROUSE PTY. LTD., The Block, 284 Collini Street, Melbourne. And at 5yd -cy. Adeliide an'! Br.ibanc. 5

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CELEBRATED LADY TRAVELLER Her Remarkable Career. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

I ». CELEBRATED LADY TRAVELLED Her Remarkable Career. One of tho most interesting, per Imps, hTau^e uio of the earliest, tra v <>' :- r3 wns Lady Hester Stanhope, the I like ; of William I'itt, over whest ; to1.":.; 4,1st* presided. The death <>f he: | tmele, and o£ her nearest r--;:ilive toft, tlirf lady free to indulge ii, an. whiin or fancy \«hich a nat'iral lial.'i" of conventionality might suggest i.. her. This tool; the form of an .<dven '.:irons life of travel in ICastern lands, j Accordingly, after a veiy few pre; 1. ations, and with 110 companions; < 'icr own position or sex. Lady Sun isope started on her long journey After halting for some time At Cot: ■jtantinople, she proceeded down th> ■.'astern chores of the Mediterranean is far as Syria, finally pitching ne .ent on .Mount Lebanon. Adopting ill manners, customs, and even the dres :f the lawless tribes around her, th Englishwoman soon gained a marvr toils in.luencc ov...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUINED RELICS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

RUINED RELICS. In a booit entitled "Adventures o dncle Sam's Soldiers," there is ai amusing story of a young soldier whi .vas :i determined collector of wa elics. , One dav lie found several unesplc led shells, most of them very largi To carry them all into camp wa: J impossible, but ho bore tlfeni to ; ipot in a wood, laid them in a rov in the ground, and covered them wit] jrushwood. He congratulated liMnscl. :n the great addition they would mak< 'o his collection. Some days later he was arouse' 'rem his slumbers by the bugle call o •boots and saddle." The regimeir. nounted quickly and went at a gallci n the direction ordered. Nobod> what was the trouble, but ap liarentlv the enemy had appeared ii :'orce enough to justify the alarm ol ■lie entire post. The next day the soldier Went t( iook up his treasure. The brush-heai was gone, and in its place was a holt as large as a cellar; Leside it stood the colonel of the regiment and the captain of Ilia guard. i_' never hear...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

■.v.j pA'u D BROS i£WING MACHINES \ Good Sowing Machine Paya far Itaalfl Don't pay t fancy price for your machinal VARD BRO^. sell direct to you at the lowest po* We price— pay frc'sht to your stntioa and Msolutc'y Ruarantee their machines for 25 year#4 "ou can't «!o telUrtUanth.it-and yon cnn tgel better m.*tchi:»r ' >r love or luy.'ier. Write fvf illustr »lc»t Catalog —Tost free. Mnch:n-* of a!1 mnkrn repaired, Needles aud »upplifl for auy Machine* 36-33 ERROL STREET NORTH MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

THE TROUBLE HAD DISAPPEARED. • "Somo twolvo months ago," writes Mi ll. Brialoy, 2 Ebloictli Street, Woollalira, N".S.\V., "my dau^nter suii'orod severely with etiost complaint Mil my attention lioiug called to lulvoi'tiiWHi'-'nt Chamber lain's Cough Kivnody I decided t11 try it tor her. Tho imjif >\*. >ine:it". was so marked affbr a low doses tliat wo continued to give lior tile Kcmeiiy, and after two bottles wo wroro indeed gratified ti> lind that tiie trouble whicli wo lmd dreaded might 1 cotuo chronic bad disappeared." SuW by all clip,tuists tyid elwojccc^ors.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Notes Taken. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

No Notes Taken. "After the crash," declared the first hospital surgeon to the second, "I ran over to where it lay on the pavement; and when I raised it up I saw at once that its ribs were smashed, while a gaping hole was torn in its "Pardon me. doctor," broke in the medical student, who had caught these words as he was about to pass by into ihe next ward; "but if you have no ob jections, I'd like to take a few notes on that accident cas<\" He pulled out his note-book from his pockct. "Was the case a child?" "No," snapped the surgeon. "I was merely speaking of my umbrella."

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

POSITIO.V Ob' Cr.uits. ■ lvofumbumi 8 Oiittriin S fjoeh . < S Loongiifchft S Poowong .* S Nvoiu . 8 Poowcyig and Ifyoi-a played a draw. Com. s 0 , 32 6 2 24 4 4 1G 4 4 16 1 G 0 0 7 2

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Professor's Problem. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

The Professor's Problem. To show that too much time can be wasted over a particular point, Profes sor Adams, in liis address to teach ers recently at the College of Precep tors, said that he remembered a caso of his own when lie was teaching a class of intelligent working men. One of them brought him a plan to explain, and he took it home with him at ten o'clock to study. He managed to ar rive at a complete understanding of it all excepting about two-thirds of one semicircle. At three o'clock the next morning he reluctantly gave it up. Then, as he rolled the plan tp, tho difficulty disappeared. The "t\r>iiiirdil of one semicircle was a hair which had fallen from I.is head! One morning a man applied at a Jecorator's shop for a job, and was given a start. He was sent with a large pot of paint to a house which had been built recently, with instruc tions tc "paint all the new woodwork Inside." . .• Judge his employer's surpris'e when the nian returned, after a few hours, for some mor...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KORUMBURRA v. POOWONG [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

Koitu.MitintiiA v. PooiV'oxti Kornmburra; took a good,team to Poowong and scored, another victory. Before the game commenced Poowong liked their chance of downing tlie "blue and whites, and at the end of the first quarter at least sOme of them were confident of victory, for at that stage tlie home team were leading by I 21 points. Play started with an at tack by Korumburra, who made a point, bat after that the quarter was practically all Poowong's, who put on throe goals five behinds, while the visitors only, added another, point. Realising that.they wore up against it Korumburra started the second quarter in earnest, and with Tilsou and Dick "Williams prominent soon had Poowong thinking. Time after time the ball went tft the sticks, and at half time they had put on six goals three behinds, while Poowong never altored their score. The last two quartors were moro evonlj' contested, but Korumburra further increased their load during each term. The final scores were K'burra 10 goals 11...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Jumbunna. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

Jumbunna. On Wednesday, Juno 17, a very enjoyable time was spent in the Methodist church, Jnnibuuna, where tlioro was a meeting of ladies gathered together to discuss tlio advisability of holding a sale o£ gifts to reduce the debt 011 the present building, and it was decided l\y the ladies of tlic congregation to have a sewing clas:; once a fortnight. lie v. and Mrs Williams woro present to meet th# ladios. It vo\s aiso decided to hold a social Ijor the young people 011 Julv 0. Mrs Loako kindly provided after noon tea. The function passed oir well. :

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Convent & Catholic School AT KORUMBURRA. OPENED ON SUNDAY. BY HIS GRACE ARCHBISHOP CARR. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

Convent s Catholic School AT K0RUMBUE.11A. OPENED ON SUNDAY. BY HIS GRACE ARCHBISHOP CARR, ' The now brick convent and school, which have recently boon erected 011 the corner of Bridge street and Guy's j road, were formally declared open 011 Sinniay afternoon by Iiis Grade Arch bishop Carr. Fiiic pleasant weather prevailed, and there was a large at tendance, including visitors from Leongatha and all the surrounding districts. Members of all denomiiia tions were included in the gathering. The cerctnonics'of laying' the founda tion stone of the convent and blessing the school having been .completed, addresses were delivered „■ in - th 0 school, which was packed, many being unable to gain admittance. Rev. Father Rafferty and Rev. Father Coyne occupied'seats 011 the platform with His Grace. Rev. Father Ralferty, before call ing on Archbishop Uarr to speak, said that His Grace had given felie greatest encouragement in every way to the undertakings of which they were that day celebrating ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

Why should Women Suffer? :o: Old tunc' logic accoptod it ih n matter of coU fict that women were made to sudor from girlhood to this grave. What a mouatrous doctrine. A. book dealing with the nutter o£ pain an 1 sulfjrin-,' as affecting womenfolk, and which tells how thousands have boon restored by a simple home treatment to permanent health after years of pain, will bo sent free to anyone who cuts out this advt. and sends it to Do lit. A. 49, Ladies' College of Health, I'hair's Buildings, 327 Collins Street, Melbourne. Ladies visitiug the city are cordially invited to call and chat over health matters with the Manageress. THE BEST IN THE WORLD ro^ce r; insist on LABELLED PACKAGES Sales of properties for March, April and May total £79037, .and nearly all G-ippslaud properties. l)u J?or JBroucUial Conglis, take iVouUs' I'e^ie.quiflfcCmp IJO.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

Snorting." FOOTBALL. The competition fixtures played on Saturday created at least one sur prise. Tlio results place Korum burra, who are still unbeaten, further ahead. Leongatha and Loch arc 011 I tlie one murk in competition points ' for third place. Next Saturday's matches are Loch and Poowong at Poowong, Nyora and Outtriin at Nyora, Korumburra and Loongatha at Korumburra. In the junior competition on Sat urday Arawt.ta defeated Korumburra by 7 goals 5 behinds to 1 goal 4 be hinds. Onttrim scored a victory over Leongatha by 15 goals 2*2 behinds to 2 goals. Mr CI. McKinnon, president of the Korumburra club, has promised the club a set of honor caps if the team goes through the three rounds with out a defeat. At a meeting of the association on Tuesday evening the caso of W. Erickson, reported for rough play in the Outtrim-Loch match on June 20, was dealt-with. After hearing the evidonce the delegates found Erick son guilty of rough play, lmt let him off wit.li a caution. Notice of m...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

| KEMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS. " 1 have great faith in Chamberlain's rain Halm," .says JlrlS. E. Hancock, J.P., j lvapumla, S.A. "For years I have suffered i with rheumatism in my arms ami shoulders, ' brought en by ii chill! Now an application of Chamberlain's I'ain lialm gives me i« j stnnt relief and soon romoves it. 1 recom mend Chamberlain's I'ain Unhn to all sufferers from rheumatism," Sold by all 1 phpmist? autl stwekeeppj-g.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH. " I used Cliiuiiliorlains Cou^h Kerne ly wlioti my children Andrew and liuulnt: wnro attacked with cronj) mid whonpii-^ Oouvtli," "'rites Mrs C. Collin, I11 St., South Hrolcen Hill, X.S.W. "I haw never found a butter medicine for tin'. complaints and ^ive if. to my childivn wit .1 tho groiitost- eontidenee. 1 have 110 liosit.i tion in rec-jmuionding it to everyone.'' St>ld by all chemists aud sjwekeepors.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kongwak. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

Kongwak The annual meeting of the Kong wak Hall subscribers will bo hold on Monday 13th July, at 8 p.m. 111 tlio hall when the following balauee sheet for year onding 30 th June will be submitted llceoipts—By lial I hire, £22 lis, members' subscription £l"5s, donations -£4 ;12s Gil, bazaar £04 2s lOd, euchre party £1 4s dr balance at bank £S9 (5s 11. -Total £2L3 2s 3d Expenditure—To bunk balance £172 ad, tuning piano £2 2s, bank interest £15. l§s 2tl. iiiSUViVUVe (b'U'.'.lVhg and- piano) £o 3s 3d, sundry, goods £4 10s 7d, salaiy (caretakcr) £2 lQg, pyinting £1 14s, repairs to; hall £5 3s 2d, stamps, stationery 10s, bank cliarge3 10s, sundry etc., £1 6s 2d. oxchango | lid, cash on hand 4s .Totcl, £213 2s 3d. Other business to bo transacted is the nomination of ollicors unci the advisability of installing air gas plant in hall and other improvements.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Considerate. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

Considerate. Mr. Hardhitter's claim to a seat on tlie local council rested chiefly on what ho called "the gross incompetence and criminal extravagance" of the present body, lndividnallyand collectively, Ilardliitter ruthlessly exposed their failings, hut in spite of this ho failed to win the seat! Worse, infinitely worse, one of his oldest friends deserted, and voted for tht! other side at the last moment. "How was it, John?" asked the dis appointed candidate, more in sorrow than in anger. "Why did you vote against me?" "Because," responded John, "I thlnlts a deal too much aboot ye to send ye amang slch a dishonest set o' rascals as ye've proved them other fellers to be!" ;

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I.O.R Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

I.O.R Annivevsyy.r :o: The Mechanics' Institute was packed on Tuesday ovonin:r !ast;wlien the anniversary social n'::l musical evening of the 1 ^dependent Onler of Rochabites was hold. A long pro gramme of elocutionary and musical items were contributed by the follow- j iug:—Misses Symons, Fowler, Martin, Htizcl Coleman, Kate Lillis, Eunice Goss, Mrs J. U. Taylor, Messrs II. Bell, W. Howell, J. G. Duffy, Bar nard, W. Howe J. Wallis, Master J. Musters, and the Holmes Family. A number of the performers were de servedly encored. During the even ing the District Treasurer, Mr Win. Wilson, delivered an address touch ing on the advancement of the Order, and the economic wasto which the drink tiatlie created. At .the • con clusion of his speech, Mr Wilson presented a beautiful collar to Mr C. Symons for distinguished servico he had rendered to the lodge. Mr Sy moii snitably acknowledged the pre sentation. Supper was then handed round, and an enjoyable evening con cluded, at a late hour. j<...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Worst of Education. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

The Worst of Education. When the new and the old school meet there 5s likely to be a clash of opinions, and so Miller Brown fouud the other day when Farmer Jackson sent his young son across to the mill with a sack of wheat which lie wished ground into meal. Like the miller, the mill was of the old, leisurely school, and only a tiny stream of meal, trickled out. The young man waxed impatient. "What a mill!" he said, with scorn. "Why, I could eat the meal quicker than this ramshackle old concern of yours can grind it!" "Ay," said Miller Brown; "but liow long couldst keep it up, lad?" "Till X starved!" was the trenchant answer. And when Miller Drown had puzzled out the inwardness of the remark, he concluded that lads nowadays were "gettin* a power too sharp wi' their tongues."

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 2 July 1914

r Gibbs: "I tell you, no one can fool my wife." Dibbs: "Then how did you get her?" Customer: "Waiter, there is a hair in my soup." Bald-headed Waiter: "I assure you it ain't mine, sir." A. This brand on Toilet Soap Sy ensures high &amp;lt;juu1ity, Wife (bitterly): "How can you talk that way? You know I never pester you for money." Hub: "No: but the people you buy things from do." rpO INVENTORS patTnts Obtained In Commonwealth and Kla» where for Improved methods of Appli ances, Toole, etc., of any description Full Information. Costs, etc., sent on j application to | A. O. SAOHBE. O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND | BUILDINGS, Corner Collin* and William 5t»., ' MELBOURNE,

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