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"BIG WITH FATE." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
"BIG WITH FATE." All the indications point to the probability of a great battle being fought on Belgium soil within the next few days. Compared witlh what is bound soon to happen, all the-fighting yet described will rank as mere skirmishing. If the Leige forts hold out, the battle will pro bably take place somewhere in the neighfourhood of that city, for the Germans cannot advance far with so strong a fortress in an enemy's possession in their rear. Should Leige fall, the scene will naturally be nearer the Franco-Belgiumn frontier. The engagement, when it comes, is likely to be big witlh fate. If the Germans be defeated, or even if they receive a serious check, their who!e plan of cam paign may crumple un. If, on the other hand, the French and Belgians-who may be re-inforced by a British expeditionary arms' get the worse of it. much will des pend on their ability to bring up sufficient reinforcements to enable them to retrieve their giounds.
FOODSTUFF PRICES. PROPOSED LEGISLATION. FORECAST OF THE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
.. FOODSTUFF. PRICES. PROPOSED LEGISLATION. FORECAST OF THE BILL. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, the Premier, Sir Alexan der Peacock, gave notice of his in tentionto move for leave to bring in a bill 'to control the price of food stuffs. The West Australian Pre mier has already considered a bill to prevent the exploiting of the public by persons " cornering" the necessities of life, and Sir Alexan der Peacock was yesterday infor med that a ktneasure for the same purpose would be mintroduced in the South Australia Legislative As sembly.. The parliaments of the three eastern States have yet to consider whether such measures, are hecessary.. It is understood that a rough drift df the Victorian bill will be placed before the Pre miers' Conference, and that an at tempt will be made to have confor mity of legislation in the four Sta tes. In order to avoid delay notice to move for leave to introduce a Victorian Bill was given on Tues day, but as a matter of fact the draft bill has...
IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
IN AUSTRALIA. Arrangements for despatching the expeditionary force from Aus tralia are being pushed forward vigorously. The concentration camp for the Victorian quota will be at Broadmeadows, and it is al most ready. Offers of over 500 horses have been 'nade and Mr. S. Kidma;n had offered 200 mi!itary remounts.
THE TERRIBLE BURDEN OF ARMAMENTS. "Review of Reviews." January, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
THE TERRIBLE BURDEN OF ARMAMENTS. -o- H "Review of Reviews." January, 1914. It is not surprising to. find that a very considerable body of radical stalwarts in Great Britain are en deavouring to check in some way the gigantic expenditure on arm.a mnents now demanded of Great Britain. Unfortunately, unless arrangement can be arrived at bet ween the great powers there is no prospect of any reduction. The fol lowing figures are eloquent: 1 NAVAL EXPENDITURE OF EIGHT GREAT POWERS. :J ': Atual Percentage . S1907-8. 19i3-14. 7 increase. of increase. Russia ... ... £8,850,240 £24,249,454 £15,399,214 173.8 per cent. Great Britain; ... ... 31,251,156 46,309;300 15,058,144 48.1 per:cent, Germiiany ., ... ... 14,225,000Q 23,039,194 8,814,194 61,9 per cent. France .. ... .... 12,486,793 20,847,763 8,360,970 67 per cent. United States ... ... 21,260,732 22,498,867 1,238,136 38.7 per cent. Italy ... ... ... 5,661,322 10,157,846 . 4,496,024 79.4 per cent. Austria-Hungary .. ... 2,713,540 6,600,551...
LAST NIGHT'S HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
LAST NIGHT'S HERALD. Owing to the strict sccrecy that is preserved, complete mystery en velopes the movements of tile al lied forces (BIritish, French and Belgian troops) in Belgium. .Massed movements of Germans (supported by artillery) are taking p'ace over an extended front, stretching from Tongres in the north to Mulhausen in the south, Fiercely contested cavalry en gagements have had the effect of demonstrating the superiority of the French over the Germans. It is officially stated that the Germans, who. succeedel in occu pying one of the forts which sur round Liege have evacuate:d it, and that it has been re-occupied b)4 the Belgians. It is announced that Germany's oversea trade is at an !absolute standstill. Holland is about to demand that Germany shall withdraw her troops from the Dutch frontier. 4
DAIRY COW TESTING [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
DAIRY COW TESTING Jersey breeders will be pleased to learn that Mr. C. D. Lloyd's Jersey cow, Sweetbread p4th (imp.) the champion at the last Royal Show, Melbourne, has completed her nine months' test, under Go vernment supervision, and has yiel ded 8.421bs. milk, with an average test of 5.84 per cent. which is equi valent to 492 lbs of butter fat. The last day's test gave as result 241b. of milk ,with a 6.91 test, and she was then due to calve in three. months. She was imported, un der two years ago,she has dropped two heifer calves, one of which was first prize yearling at the last Mel bourne Royal. Her breeder, Mr. J. Hamon, of Trinity, Jersey, re ports that "her 'dam, Cream Bread, completed a year's test in America in .November ,and yielded 9,339 millk, !ith 5,829 test, and 544 lbs. butter fat. Of twenty-fouf cows owned by this breeder, all descen dants of Sweetbread, nearly all cows have won certificates of merit as butter cows. The "Agricultural Gazette," of New South Wales, g...
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. Traralgon 11 and 7, Glengarry, 3 (H.C).-Rev. W. J T Pay Callignee 11, Callignee S. 2.30, Bulga 7.30.-Mr. A. Craig Methodist Church. Traralgon 11 and 7, open-air 8.30, Tyers 2.30.-Rev. W H Scurr. Presbyterian Church. Traralgon 11 and 7 (evening sub ject, The Signs of the Times). Glengarry, supply. -Rev. Jas. Sniith. Hiamdale 11.15, Gormandale 2.30. Willung 7.30.-Mr Miles Traralgon Creek 11.30, Traral gon South 2.30, Upper Flynn's Creek, 7.30.-Mr. Yule. - Baptist Church. Traralgon 11 and 7 (H.C.)- Rev G. 'W. Paice. SeFR AUGT 1l4. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914.
PRACTICAL PRESCRIPTION AGAINST STOMACH ACIDITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
PRACTICAL PRESCRIPTION AGAINST STOMACH ACIDITY. By a Specialist. "Nine-tenths ot all cases of stomach trouble now-a-days," says a leading specialist, t;-" are caused by too much acid. In the beginn ing, the stomach itself is not disea sed,- but if this .acdid condition is allowed to coritiiiie, the acid is very likely to- eat inito the stomach walls, and produce stomach ulcers or cancer, either of Which may ren der a radical surgical operation necessary, even to prolong life. Therefore an acid stomach stom ach is really a dangerous condition condition, and should be treated seriously. It is utterly useless to take pepsin and ordinary stomach tablets. The excess acid must be neutralised by the administration of an efficient antacid. For this purpose physicians usually recom mend taking halt a teaspoonfulof bisurated magnesia, in a little wa ter after meals. Larger- quanti ties may be used if necessary, as it is absolutely harmless. But be sure to get the bisurated magnesia as other f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
COLBECK'S Curatfve Syrup Cures Indigestion and checks 'Acidity and Kidney Troubles. You who suffer from Constipation aind \ Piles, will obtain speedy relief. iObtainable at Challman's Phar mnacy, Traralgon, 2s. bottle,; or by post 2s 6d. POISONED WHEAT. - Save your Crops by using C!lallman's Poisoned Wheat. Any quantity. Challman; Chemist,. Traralgo". wr -- w w·- I "I "hesle--~-_~ (fj And so will you p~land ~"radi Co. it once ? R PRICES. qi if you visit wit Ue If'~ .a. Just Read the Price List and you'll get a greater Shock than a Bullet can Strike you by .' Striking a Big WAR BARGAIN. , - ". .. , . ..... . 7 Pairs Men's Trousers, 4s 6d; to Clear at 2s 11d. Boot Deparment 4 Men's Suits, 30s; to clear at 10s 6d. •tDe a me . 4 Youth's Suits, 20s; to clear at Ss 11d. Men's Navy Blue and Brown Wool Sweaters, 10s 6d; now 5s 11d. , Lady's Enamel Shoes, 16s 6d, 14s 6d; to be SHOT OUT Men's Navy Blue Wool Sweaters, 7s 6d; now'3s 11d. at 7s 6d pair 6 Men's Shirts, 2s 11d; to go at is 5½d. Me...
THE WORLD TRUSTS BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
THE WORLD TRUSTS BRITAIN. One fact very gratifying to Bri tish pride is that so many of tihe European powers are willing, and indeed eager, to entrust Great. Britain with a power and prestige which they would on no account be willing to see Germany endowed. Should Germany and Austria be defeated in the war in which they have deliberately involved Europe no result is more certain than that Britain will attain to an al most unexampled position of au thority and renown, yet none ot the lesser powers view the pros pect with' apprehension. German rivalry on the seas will be extin guised for a generaltion at least; and no nation will contribute a re giment or a ship to help her. Evi dently the world trusts Britain and distrusts Germany. It knows that Britain has often been the cham pion of the weaker nations against the stronger nations, that her su premacy on the ocean has opened the seas to the mercantile fleets of the world, that even now her own ports are free to receive the products ...
The Corner Deviation. AGAIN BEFORE THE COUNCIL. OLD ROAD ADOPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
The Corner Deviation. t-- . " * :1 AGAIN BEFORE THE COUN CIL. OLD ROAD ADOPTED. The question of a deviation of the Traralgon South road through Mr. Widdis' land, was again before the local shire council on Wednes day, and was finally dealt with. A petition signed by 201 rate payers against the deviation, and another one with 76 signatures in favor of it, were presented. Councillor Bodycomb said he was now satisfied that he could vote on the question without rendering himself liable in any way. The president said that the mat ter had been before the council for some time, and it was time it was settled. Councillor Anderson said that he could not support the deviation. Councillor Clarke said that the opponents of the 'deviation did not see how the engineer had arrived at his estimate of the cost of the two roads, and the small difference in the cost. Mr. Sambell said that it was a question of quantities. Both of the roads had been surveyed, plans provided, and quantities taken out. He...
Patriotic Fund. TRARALGON RESPONDS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
Patriotic Fund. -0 TRARALGON RESPONDS At the meeting of the Traralgon Shire Council on Wednesday, Cr. Whittakers, president of the shire, invited councillors attention to the circular letter issued by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne, in connection vith the raising;o'df a patriotic fundl They were all acquainted with the facts, and there 'vas no need for him to enlarge on the question. The present state of affairs was without parallel in the history of the Empire. Several 'people had spoken to him on the matter and suggested that a public meeting be called, olr a: subscription list opened. He (the president) was sure that every one-man, woman and child-was ready to do some thing to help ii this crisis. Cr. Pettit said he was glad the president had brought the matter forward. He had it in his mind to mention, it, though he had not spoken-to anyone, nor had anyone spoken to him. As a Britisher, and a patriot, he felt that steps should be taken to raise funds locally. Without going into hig...
TRARALGON SHIRE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
RARALGON SlHIRt CO'dNCIL ;, ----O. ,4 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 Present :Councillor:s Whittakers e(prcsident), PentlannI, Clarke, An derson, Pettit and Fiodycdmb. The minutes oft the previous meeting were rear'l and confirmed. ~-. Correspondence. From sccreta'ry Country Roads Board, approving of the accep tance of the, tenders of H. R. Anderson arvd H. M'Carthy, for works on tb.e Flynn's Creek road and 'Traralgfon South road. Received:. - ,From secretary Public Works .departmer~at, stating that an officer df the department vill ~makle a Fiii ther report on the suggested fldood water channel along the river La trobe, as requested. Received. From Deputy Postmaster-General stating .that the desired change of name at the receiving office at Upper Traralgon Creek to Koor nalla, will receive attention. Received. From the Governor of the Com- mnonwealth Bank, stating that the bank is prepared to give favorable consideration to applications for 0oads by municipalities. Received. From secretary S...
Bowlers' Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
Bowlers' Concert. -0--- Notwithstanding the war clouds looming large over the horizon, there was a large attendance at the bowlers' concert on Tuesday evening last. The platform of the mechanics'hall was gay iwith strea mers and flags-the flag. of all others showing out boldy, and as proudly as it floats at the mast head of Briton's war ships in the North Sea. The club was fortun ate in securing the services of a number of gentlemen who f.~nedi a minstrel circle, and of Messrs Loftus Moran and Mr. F. White The audience jad a good long per formance for their money, for it was past eleven o'clock before the curtain fell. The opening item was a piano forte overture, by Mr. A. H. Neilson, who is a splendid pianist. MUiss Taylor sang, Somewhere a Voice is .Calling. It is a favorite number, and Miss Taylor's fine voice and interpretation were fully aplpreciated. Mr. Fred. White eon tributed (several musical sketches at the piano. His quaint hu mor kept the audience in a sim mer of merrime...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
AT H. W. BOND'S. Stirring Bargains. All Winter Goods to **. be Absolutely Oleared Out. We are NOT Closing-up and Clearing Out. We are Going to Stay -Right Here, & Give You As WnbeataPle Va lue AGN. ". W. BO ND, t?NERAL DRAPER, TRARALGON. SBuy those Spectacles now, and enjoy life while it lasts. No satisfaction, no pay.-R. A. Williams. Qualified Opti cian, at A. H. CRObs's,Tra ralgon Bazaar and General Newsagency. FIRI WOOD. T. GILMORE, WILL SUPPLY BEST FIRl WOOD. (Full Loads). Gravel, Sand, Manure and Rubbish car ted at reasonable rates. Orders left at MRS. WILSON'S Laundry wilt receive prompt attention. WATERGLASS. - Now is the time and Season for Preserving Eggs. Do so, by using Challman's Waterglass, never known to fail. Is. Bottle preserves 20 dozen eggs. .Obtainable at Challman's Phar macy, and at all Stores in the dis trict. When you are not sure if Mr. A. J. Trood, the well-known Gipps land dentist, is at home, just ring up phone 38, and make an ap pointment. Fourteen...
LATEST WAR NEWS. TERRIFIC BATTLE IMMINENT. OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
LATEST WAR NEWS. TERRIFIC BATTLE. IMMINENT. OFFICIAL ANNOUNE.\lENT The B3ritish Press BIureau, at the head of which the government hasr placed Mr. F. E. Smith, M.P., is sued the following statement on Tuesday evening: At this periud of hostilities, no news of importance can be expec ted; no movements of the lBritislh army, or of our allies, can be di vulged; and over the procccdings ot the enemy lies the fog of war. There is good reason to beli\eve that the mass of Germans is distri buted between Thoinville (Lor raine), and Liege, while the terri tory of Lorraine is being held b1 a comparativecly light force. There is every reason to believe that the Austrian troops have en tered Alsace. It is believed that the forts at Liege are still held by the Ger mans. Thursday. Friday has been appointed a Ida~y of intercession and prayer in Great Britain. The German cruiser, Goeben, is said to have escaped hostile war ships, and to be making for the Dardanelles, where she will be dis mantled. ...
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXUf-IANGE. * Dr Hageiauer a Dr. McLean 3 Mr. Challman 4 T. B. Little & Co. 5 Christensen & Bawden 6G. H. Marsh 7 Layton Bros, 8L. Lay 9 W. A. Clark Sto THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). Ir Whittaker Bros.: r2 J. English 13 Shire Hall 14 J. D. Campbell zS J S. Milligan x6 Robert Farmer 17 Nurse Miller x8 Gippsland Trading Coy. 19 F. L. Grubb, jnr. 20 Mathieson and Davis 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co. 27 G. H. Monds 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 National Bank 34 Pentland and Canfield. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36 Clerk of Courts 37 "The Record" (J W. Guest). 38 A. J. Trood. 39 F. Peiper 40 F. Grubb 41. J. Robinson. 42 R. F. Webb 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R. Widdis, 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay. 46 Picone 47 W. M'Donald t8 H. Campbell
MAINTAINING OUR TRADE. A HOPEFUL OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
MAINTAINING OUR TRADE. A IHOPEFUL OUTLIOOK. Every effort is being made by Melbourne merchants to hnaintain business upon lines as close to the normal a spossible. The gen:ral feeling among them is of cheerful ness and optimism. They are, of course, experiencing difficulties and inconveniences, but they appear to realise that the public interest and patriotism demand that at a time like this they shall do all in their power to minimise public discom fort, and sustain the commerce of the country. A number of the lea ding merchants of 'Meclbourne ex pressed their views on this phase of the war crisis w'hen interviewcd "Speaking as a commercial man," said Mr. A. H. Sargood, of Sar good Bros., " I think that the real crisis developed last week, before the declaration of war. Every body was then at high tension, but as soon as war was definitely dec lared the tension was relieved, and the time of crisis passed. In re gard to trade and commerce, there is little reason why Australia should ...
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
TELEPHONE ThUNK LNE RATES. 8 ma. each add. 3 min Morwell ... 2d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d roougabbie ... 2d ... 2d Moe ... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's"Creek 3d ... 3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon . 6d ... Id Sale . ... 6d ... 5d Walhalla ... 6d ... Mafra ... 8d ... 64 Heyfield .. 8d ... 6d Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba ... 8d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... Id Yarram ... 114 ... 1/!
THE WAY TO HELP TROOPS. MISTAKES TO BE AVOIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 14 August 1914
THE WAY TO HELP TROOPS. - - MISTAKES TO BE AVOIDED. Lady Helen Munro Ferguson conferred on Wednesday with Sis- ter Rawson, Mrs. J. O. Ferrell, of 25 George street, Melbourne, with regard to the articles likely to be most useful to troops on active ser- vice. Sister Rawson was selected by the Imperial Government as lady superintendent of the Victorian nurses for the South African war. She had charge of the nurses. For distinguished service in that campaign she holds the Royal Red Cross, which corresponds with the Victorian Cross. She is a life member of the Royal British As- sociation of Nurses, and also wears the badge of the Leicester Infirm- ary Nursing League. Nurse Rawson thoroughly ap- preciates relative value of all clas- ses of gifts for the troops For instance, she does not set much value of knitted socks. "They are not universally worn,': said Sister Rawson, "and men, es pecially Australian men, would pre fer cashmere socks A Scotchman who is used to wearing knitted socks f...