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STRATFORD AND NUNTIN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
STRATFORD AND NUNTIN RACES. Patrons, Messrs, James -.Bennett, M.H.R., . O0. Francis, R. Lee, and H. A. Luke; President, Mr. John Lee; vice-presidents, Messrs. John King, G. L. Thomas, John Mildenhall, P. M. Coloe and M. M'llroy; lion. surgeon, Dr. C. S. Hozier; judge, Mr. S. Far-' rell-; starter, Mr. N.. S. Lett;- handi capper, Mr. J. Shorten; clerk of scales, Mr. R. Lee; ponY measurers, Messrs. H. Baylis and John King; stewards, Messr-.- 1F. -Humphrey, , Jos. Frfetag, .V. Stothers, :H. -Ba.lls, John King, S. Farrell, John Lee, and A. Knight; clerk of course, Mr. T. Carr; official timekeeper, Mr. : 1. Baylis; treasurer, Mr. J. 'W. Callaghan. The Stratford and Nubtin Racing Club held its autumn meeting on Mr. Dennis's course .on Easter Monday, when some very good racing was wit nessed,- and there was a large num ber of spectators present, in spite of the cold westerlxy wind which blew all day. A record number, arrived by the Bairnsdale train, and Sale-- and the surrounding districts ...
THE AERIAL GULF STREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
THE AERIAL GULF STREAM. The Gulf Stream, when it leaves the Gulf of Mexico. enters the Atlantic with a speed of S kilometres an hour. It is 60 kilometres wide and 400 metres deep, and daily transports about 40 millions of milliards of ca lories. This enormous quantity of heat, of which it is almost impossible to obtain an exact idea, plays a funda mental role in the general climatology of the earth. Strangely enough, it is this stream of hot water, exercising its temperature action on the coasts it waters. which is the direct cause of the existence of deserts. And this is how. Water is one of the bodies in which heat is the most easily pre served, and consequently the Gulf Stream, even in high latitudes, still keeps an enormous quantity of heat. The masses of air that rest on these hot waters are kept at a temperature higher than the surrounding tempera ture. and form a veritable aerial gulf stream superposed over the marine current. But the aerial current is not like the marine one...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
SPORTING NOTES. Tlihe Litlienow itace Club is out withI a good Irugratnine for 'Thursday' next. Al1il agiiitnlls ars being 1lade to coi 1vy 1.IsIto-s troiii e ii, railxviay siatoll to the couirs1 at a ioderate citrgu. "1 hberal pirogra inme of the .'iaf Ira lTurf Cliub s imeeting, to be hield on May 11, is published elsewhere. 1'h1 prograiniie. of the i ooingabbie liace L lutb meeting oil Itihurstay, tin y' appears inI our atlvertising C0 it 115na. At the Mirioo North riaces onii \\Wed nesday the results were as follow:- llrusi Stleepleclhase.-- Iolhlenallltin Boy 1, hundta 2, Žai brok 'trial Iianidi cap.--Uiginess I, l'airtlir 2 ISitt Joe .NovIt 1Pon\y.---,-. ItAIiI 1, WeI Pat 2, Jean o 'osey . Autumn tanii-tl Cnp.-tuoltldvale 1, tGildiatur , Sojer 3. Malldl to lBack ace.---yl x arl and Iiemlpust 1iilished frst and second but as both horses had won previously it was declared ni race. Nocvelty 1oim Race. 14.2 tou 1:.2.-ueIIn Ioyal 1i '1'arwella 2, Jingle 3. Publicaiis* 1iursii. -Gol...
LABOUR TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
LABOUR TROUBLES. The employers in the stone-cutting industry have decided to secure the co-operation of kindred trades in the fight against the gazettal of the wages board award. i Judge Higgins delivered his award in the waterside workers' case. He fixed the minimum rate -t 1/9 per hour, which was based on the estimate of. 30 hours' work'in an average week. le granted overtime at the rate of tine and a half, but for work during "smoke ho," meal times, or between midnight and starting time in the morning, or on Sunday or holidays. at. double rates.'
FEMININE TRAITS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
FEMININE TRAITS. A woman walking on a city foot way will generally choose the inside. She does so partly in order to look at the shop windows, but chiefly on ac count of the slope of the pavement, which is less on the inside. In tr'as and omnibuses women mosti sit near the door. At the far end you will, as a rule, see a majority of men. When men read while travellinc the nearly always read newspapers, but in the hands of the reading girl. you will, with rare exceptions. see a book. When a woman is crossing a street with--much traffic. she runs, in nie cases out of ten, and the older she is, the more inclined she is to run. But the man walks very deiiberately. A woman holds a closed umbrella by the middle, and usually clasps it to her body. No one ever saw a man carry it in this way. A woman usuallyr raises a cup or a glass or a fork to her lips correctly-that is with her el bows close to her body. Most men stick their elbows out, against all rules of etiquette. In lighting a match a...
Already Equipped. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
Already Equipped. "Don't know whether it's new or not. I heard it at G-." said the man who had recently returned from that town. "There's a rich widow iiving just outside the place," he continued, "and after several elderly gentlemen had vainly endeavored to lure her into matrimony, a report gained circula tion that she was a regular man-hater. Finally a wealthy widower, carrying with him the evidence of good living and the heartiness that seeks con genial companship, visited the town, and was soon a caller upon the in tractablc widow. "After he thought sufficient ad vancement had been made to justify a proposal he proceeded to feel his way. "'Beautiful home you have here.' '"Yes, I enjoy it.' "'Fine outlook, fine trees. very fine all round. But there is one thing lacking.' " 'Yes.' " 'It is an Adamless Eden, dont you know. You are so good in everything else that I should think you would be glad to share these blessings with a husband.' "'Are you proposing. sir?' "'In a tentative wa...
The Limit. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
The Limit. Mary Jane's master is a slig:tip e;" centric bachelor. He has one i n : irritating habit. Instead of eingher what he wants done by wOrdi e: mouth he leaves on his desk. or - the kitchen table, or anyhere -' y where she is likely to see it, a e ot curtly directing her to "Dust the cd. ing-room," or "Turn out my cup board," and so on. The other day he bought some o paper, with the usual die-suni 3i dress imprinted upon it, from the tioner, and ordered it to be seat home. Mary Jane took it in, and the thing that caught her eye wa a ote attached, to the package. She resa it open-eyed. 'Well," she said. "he's a-sked nme to do a few things in his blessed notes, but this is the limit_ I n't stand it no longer!" For the note read: "Die Iuside This Package."
VISIT OF A LADY SPECIALIST. MRS. M. P. STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
VISIT OFi A LADY SPECIALIST. MRS. M. P. STEWART, The skilful Lady Specialist fromn the LADIJES CULLEGE OF HEALTH, 'nairr a Iutliilnggs, I27 Collins-street, Melbourne, may be consuited at the Criterion 1iotei, Sale, front 4 p.m. on Ihuranay, April lird, till 4 p.m. on I" rday, April 21. Mrs. Stewart will nave with her a full stock of Dr. D. M. Couonley a famous Urange Lily Re nmedies, which have effected so many iarvellous cures in all parts of Aus tralia among women who had been ail ing tor years. As no fee is charges for coiinsultation this opportunity for women to get the skilful advice of one of her own sex should be availed of by every womian anlicted with ill-health, especially those lwho have been told they should undergo an operation.
THAT MINIMUM WAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
THAT MINIMUM WAGE. _u1 Sydney co00rresp nt001 rs. rits, 1 the lresiotiiil rtaiiy going to ml et ille 'iniunx ible -? 'Ihe qucstioi is sag ýeeted i.: the .at, trulci thtoretic a y ounc t !!t''be ire istiLle, that the Judge of the Federal Ar-bitratiorn Comrt h as d-cliiredi that the mnininui salary for public servants should be i1' per -year. S:-mlarly, the judge of the tate tribunal has dieclared that the - iniou-a pay of a day hl uourer should U_ K per week, which works out at very necarly the same ti ure per annll \\ hat cian be plai er or simpler:- It fo'ols that every one a ho pays less, or iho receives less. is comnitti; g an ofn nc- against the majesty of the courts. Some go so far &- to aarn tLllt such consci enceei s IptrslSi- oug- i to be suill mIlarIly coillnlitted for " contemlipt. ' It is accepted as- an axiom ta any oc Scupation which cajotn' pay the living wage ought to he knrocked on ate I head, anid many i-ould cheerfui-tilly de mand ithat thos-e who have been...
ECZEMA CURED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
ECZEMLA CURED. SRexona Ointment removed a patcn of eczema from my face in less than a week in a manner that was positively startling.7 writes _Mrs. Jane Royinson, of 3 Commodore-street. No rtown, Sydney, New South Wales. "This patch of eczema was very unsightly, and really I was ashamed to go out of the house. It was located on onet side of imy- nose and all round my mouth. The pain and irritation from which I suffered were intense. This eczema had been on my face for about four years when I started to use Rex ona. I had tried all sorts of oint ments and other remedies, but all without any effect at all. After a few aplplications of Rexona, however. the irritation was imuch decreased, and the eczema seabs began to colle off, leaving net: skis uniderneath. The iniprovemtent kept up day by day till all the scabs were gone, and a per feet new sk:i appeared where the dis tigurltig eczema formerly was. There is soniiethiing in that I:exona OintmIent that acts like the toucih uf a Imiagic...
GOVERNMENT RED TAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
GOVERNMENT RED TAPE. One of the Melbourne dailies has just woke to the fact that Australia is governed not so much by Acts of Parliament, but by regulations fram ed by unknown and irresponsible Government servants, writes our 31el bourne correspondent. To many of us this has been a matter ar daily re gret for many years. ThIe article in queistion instances the Post and Tele graph Act, whose 1R? clauses are ii numinated. or, rather, extinguished, by 4f' regulations. As the Act in ques tion is one with which life mnakes me most familiar, I may be excused for saying a word or two :n solemn con decniation, or commination, of the re gulations the department have framed. When the bill was going through Par liament Messrs. Cook, Mahon, Glynn, Quick, and other muneibers. bestowed a great deal of care on the clauses deal ing with Press telegramnls and news papers generally for the simtple reasonr that they had inside knowledcge of newspaper w-tovk. What tiheY did in this respect was well don...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
NOTICES. ATLAS ASSUKANCE COY., LTD. Head Office: L Cieapside, Liondon. Funds exceed £;,Svu0,Ou, of which over £211,00u is invested in AUCS TRALASBIAN SECURITIES. Transacts FIRE, WORKHRS' COMPENSATION, and ACCIUENT INSURANCES. Chief 0111tice for Australasia: "Atlas" Buildings," 406 Collins-street, Mel bourne. For Proposal i'ormis. Rates and all other illioruailon apply to any of the following e ents: SALE.-Hi. A. Luke. IiAiY .A.-. Ashton. bl'lV- l.-- . s.'J1anus. Cu W N AitR,-li. S. Tenby. S A'trA± UorW.-.1l. M' llroy. ItUS)DALE.-J. Colvin. £1000 IN £1000 £0liOu PRIZES. £1000 MELBOURNE EIGHT .HOURS ART UNION. Acknowledged to be one of the most genuine of all the. Art Unions ever oen YLear. held. 6ith Year. As Popular as Ever. T'Xs CItHEAT EVENT OF THE YEAR 5bta Anniversary Eight Hburs Day. SGtANiDi kETE, BAZAAR AND ART UNION, In aid of the Chartres (Town and Country). Exhibition Buiuings, Melbourne, MUONIJAY. 27th APRIL (Eigh hours Day). Public and Bank Holiday. rL±lT HOURS ART UNION...
MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
MELBOURNE HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Younghusband, Row and Co. Pty, Ltd. report:- Sklns.-t our catalogue comprled a nice selchtion of 8,000 skids, wa hich suet nith animated competition. from a fTull uttendance of buyers. 1I st iweek's rulings -were fully aiilntained: Hides.--Supplies shouw t1 slight fall ing off, our eatalogue iuot-- exdedlig );2O0. bidding for best- sorts from tanners was animated and v alues, fiii. Shippers were operating at lovei' le,: els. and took the bulk of tof-tidsiifti ferior sorts at a decline of ti peirlb, .Tallow.- -'nder strong competition best parcels sold readily at last week's rulings. Inlerior and badly rendered lots were dlificult to quit ex cept at a slight reduction Furs.-Inferior and sunmnmer rabbit skins were still dull of sale at a slight decline, but freshly caught were in good demand, meeting with strong competition at slightly firmer values. Rabbit Skins.-Best Sd to 9i1d, mixed Gd to Td, kittens, does and inferior 4d to 5d. IHares.-1/ to 2/. Fo...
THE BARLEY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
THE BARLEY MARKET. (From Goidsbrough, Mort and Co.'s ReviCew.) The year opened with practically no stocks on hand,. and maltsaters showed solie eagerness to secure the cream of sulpltes ol new crop. The large lines of excelletnt makling LDuckbill in the South-East of Soutlh Australia son attracted attention, and growers being content to take the prices of fered, viz., 4, to 4. pecr biushiel on Melbourne basis, ait large business w:as done. After considerable ttuanttities had changed hands, it was sottewhat of a surprise ito maltsters toi iind but little dinminution in thie supplies still ofti ering r sale, and the reason was only apparent when the- actual returns of the crops wvere ascertained. An in crease over preceding year was anti cipated, but a hart tst practicalty double in magnitiude for the whole of Australia certainly upset all calcula tiot . s re ers had placed contracts for ualt oil a generous scale to cover tlhenseives asgainst all enmergencis for the year, but the cons...
UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES. MOTHERS' GRATITUDE TO ZAMBUK FOR CHILD'S CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
UNSIGHTLY SCALP SORES. MOTHERS' GRATITUDE TO ZAM31 BUK FOR CHILD'S CURE. Whent two years ago my son Frank had an outbreak of disease on his head,'' says lrs. M. Hayes, of 3 Clancy-street. Boulder, 11-.A., "the disease spread over his head in the form of !arge mattery sores. then de veloped into thick crusts. which emitted a very unpleasant smell. His head was a solid unsightly mass of disease, and his condition grew worse and worse, and finally became very serious. "Knowing what a splendid thing Zam-Euk was for sores and injuries, we decided to try this balm and Zam Buk Soap. I-His head was bathed with hot water and Zami-Buk Soap, and then regularly and carefully dressed with Zarn-Buk Balm. After a few days the discharge was ended, and all crust came away. leaving the skin beneath nice and clean. As w-e per sisted dressing his head with Zam Buk. the sores and tender places heal ed up, and new hair grew in place of that destroyed by the disease. Frank was rescued from a terrible dise...
FARMERS' CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
FARMERS' CO-OPERATION. -------+------ The Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Company Ltd. is taking steps to enlarge its capital and to extend the scope of its business by entering upon fire, live stock, and workmen's compensation insurance. Cnvi" - to the rapid growth of the grain department it has been found neces sary to greatly Increase the companyi s capital, and a meeting of sharehold crs is to be held on May 1 for the pur pose of increasing the authorised cap ital from £31,000 to £250,0100. Nearly the whole of the present autthorised number of shares have been taken up. and there will be a considerable amount to be distributed it. bonus shares at the end of this year. It 4s thus nIecessary to have additional I authlorised capital in order to make further issues of shares. and the dl rctors have decidedt k to make the it; crease fairly substantial, as they con sider that the extra amiioiunit will he tequired within the next few years. For some considerabtle tlile ther...
BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 17 April 1914
BABIES. Babies are Australia's best immi grants, but in many homes baby does not appear, greatly to the disappoint ment of husband and wife. Ladies so disappointed are strongly advised to consult the highly-qualitiedtl lady repre sentative of the " Natura" Health Co., Melbourne, on her next visit, and learn from her how the blessing of mother hood can be made easily possible by means of the wonderful " Natura" Home Treatment that has brought baby to so many homes, restored thousands of women and girls to per feet health, and saved many an op eration. No charge whatever is matie for the consultation or advice. Next Visit takes place Tuesday, 12th May. when the company's representative may be seen at the Cluib Hotel from 10 to 7.30. Meanwhile, send 2d postage for free "Natura" Health Guide, giv ing valuable information on the sub ject, to Dept. BN., " Natura " Health Co., 49 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. The Walhalla "'Chroilicle' says: We understand that Mr. C. W. Collins has purchase...