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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

Tkos. McCoWilli, General Storekeeper, Wine and Spirit Merchant O MMERCIAL STREET, KORUMBURltA, B EGS e notify tho public of Korum burr* that he has taken over hiB . asiness, and is prepared to supply— GENERAL GROCERIES, WINES, SPIRITS AND BEER of the Boat Brands only. Fort and Muscat Winos Is. a' bettle, or 5s a gallon. ~ '-10 Year old Port Wino for Iuv»lid«. | Brown Sherry 2s a quart Bottle 2s 9d a quart or 10s. a 'gallon j Bacon and Cbocso a Speciality. Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers. rOlt LONDON, via Adolaido, Fro mantle (W.AO, Colombo (for India), Egypt; Naples, Toulou, Gibraltar and Steamer. Tons. Leavo Mel bourne. Leave Adelaide Orama 12928 July 22 July 24 Orsova 12036 Aug. 5 Aug 7 Orontos 9102 Aug. 19 Aug 21 Orontes 12130 Sept 2 Sept 1 And fortuigbtiy tnoruaiwji, . The steamers of tbe Orient Lino are oi room" diuiug room, deck accommodation "SSSffiii'S * "Jigs •United State*, Jap™ or South Atrica ^"pieasuro o^busS' trips on tbo Coast (to Frcmantlc, Adelaide, Sydney or Br....

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

RABBIT PESTS. Poison tos Poison ■ Them.. TOXA, S.A.P. and Lightning*Streak Traps to Trap them— Griffiths, Williams, TmJcs, King, and the New Trap to catch 'em alive oh 1 Guns to Shoot them— If you use our Cartridges, aud bold our guns straight) you ore bound fo knock'em over. Netting to keep them out— - At Lowest Current Rates. - A. P. LLOYD, Commercial Street, Korumburra. BU RN ET'S SPECIALITIES. The.. MARVEL STOVE,.. A Champion Cooker. Bakes Bread to Perfection. ALL SIZES IN STOCK. Jas. S. Burnet 9 General Ironmonger, Korumburra Groceries, Wines & Spirits, Etc The Finest and Best Assorted Stock of Wines, Ales & Spirits in the district SPECIAL LINES. Very old Tawny Port (15 years old), * 8i Gd per Bottle. PORT WINE 5> Gal. Special SCOTCH WHISKY Ss pint. Ten year old PORT WINE lUs per gallon. 01d„ IKISH WHISKY 2s 9d pint, _ The Stock of Groceries is New, Up-to-date, well selected and Prices Right. A. R. SWANSON, GROCER, wine & SPIRIT MERCHANT, The Corner S...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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THE Great Southern Advocate AND Korumburra Independent PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TELEPHONE No. 16. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914. LOCAL TOPICS, [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

PlIRMSUb'U WEEKLY. .Tblbi'uo.vk No. 16. THURSDAY, JULY,>10, 1014. LOCAL TOPICS, A niiinl'cr of now. jukI interesting uilvts iiji] c:u- in 111 is issue. .Road them. ----- " ' Suiiiitor Barker .will; ..'deliver au electioneering address, in the Me chanics' Hall to-nighfc at eight o'clock. All volers, especially ImViea, are invited to attend. To-morrow (Friday) night, in the Mechanics' Miill, Professor Osborne will dulivol* Lliu second of tho series of Extension lectures under the aus pices of tlie Mochanics' Institute committee. The subject will be •' Tlio body ns an Engine." The lectiu-e will bo illustrated with lau tern views. • The price of adinissiou is Is. £10(:,0-'!i' repjesontii the Sales of^ Properties by Smith Js'icolsou Ptj. Limited, for the months of March, April, May and Juno. Ploaso sao ua it' you want to sell yotir farm. Tho Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Company Limited begs to advise its numerous clicuta throughout liippsliiiid that it has made arrangem...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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THE AMATEUR NURSE AND HER LITTLE MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

THE AMATEUR XUPSE AND 'ITER LITTI^KIll Sr A K E. She had patiently affcnrfpd the im> bulance classc. and obtained _tbp c<!P tificate. The street ^ici-iilenl she h id mrncstlv pravud for t xik place'. ^ Ulan had broken his lest'. Sin; eonfis-nt »d the walking stick of a »a.-=spr-W nnd broke it in three pieces fur splinis. She tore up lier skirt for bandnues. When all was competed she suinu'ion ed a cab and took her patient to th» hospital. 'Who bandaeed this limb so credit sblv?' asked t.he surgeon. '7 did,' she b'ush'utrlv replied. 'Well, it is most lioanh'fnily.— moJf beautifully done but you have made. 1! find, one little mistake. You have bandaged the wrong le^.' 'I am surprised. John.' said an old lady, when she found tJ>n butler help- . , tug himself to some old port. . ' 'Faith, so am 1. ma'am! I though" you had gone out,' was the reply. The Wife: 'Yes. I married you ti »))ite Fred Grinson." The Husband (ruefullv): "I wish, mj .ovc. you had married F-ed Grigao...

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THE CANARY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

THE .CANARY. About throw luin Irpil and fif y vsat ago a ship, leturn.nK from the Ulanis , ill tha Atlr-iitir which p -i-nlr then rail- ' £4. the "Fortunate Isle*." but which were undoubtedly th<« C mines, w»n! ashore on ilio coast of Iialv. near In born. A case of beautiful bird«--rap tared in those island* •»•»» and the birds were liberated. Through so:no caprice 'hey did no; la';^ refugo on the mainl ml. but ir^nt fft the island of Klba. v\!ieie in due. i iiiit* they nesiod, and lir.'d and- inerea-cd in number. The I alums discovered that they wore admirable sin;;-iV an I begun to capture them ami sell i 1mm in cagos. This gam rise in a traffic lvhi- 'i «oon completely cleared the island of Elba of " canary birds," mi that nM #ne was left there in a wild st ite. From that time the history of the ffanary has been a record of perpetual imprisonment and l ransfo: uiation of his appearance and "character. In tIx-ir ntural sta «. a« they siill exist in tha Canary and Madeir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

Lades Yomvl-.ealth-should ha your first eon sideration. It iiftruly said " Mauy women ■ and girls suffer unnecessarily wlion a little knowledge may save them years of pain ami misery." Every, woman and girl, •whether a sulierer or lint, should possess t his knowledge which will he found in the "A'atura" .Health Guide. - Tliif; valuable medical guido should lie ill overy home and will be sent froo 011 receipt of 2d to cover postage.' Address Department B.T1 " Natura" Health Co. (Mrs D. Jt. Clifford, j superintendent)' 40 Blr/alietli St, iMel | bom-no, the company's only address. THK TliOUHTjE 11 AT) DISAPPKAUKD " Some twelve months ago," writes Mr (I. lirialey, 2 EMeigh Street, Woolialnu, N.S.W., "my daughter suffered severely with chest complaint- and my attention 1 icing called to advertisement on Chamber- I Iain's Cough Kemedy I decided to try it for her. The improvement was so marked j after a few doses that wo continued to give [ her the lfeinedy, and after two bottles j wo were...

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GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

GREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul o£ Margaret Rand," etc. PitUished by arrangement with Ward, Lock arid Co., London & „ Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XXir. v Next day Sheila Danvers was very ill—really ill for the first time in her life: Shamus O'Doyle returned in a whirl of excitement, ready to say and do everything for the girl he adored, but Sheila did not know him, and not only the neighboring doctor was " fetched, but the best opinion in Cork was hastily summoned. The girl was suffering from high fever brought jn by shock and exposure. How such a thing could have happened no one could tell, although Sheila in all her , wanderings kept talking constantly about a Mrs. Murphy, who told her to keep in the grounds, and then of a woman/who wore a long black cloak and black bonnet; but these ram blings were supposed to be due to de lirium, and the poor Squire, Shamus and the rest of the household were be side themselves with grief. As for Nanny Ma...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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380 Lads for Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

380 Lads lor Farms. :o: On board the s.s. " LUwkes Bay" and s.s. " Borrima," which are doe to arrive in Melbourne on the 25th of this month are 330 British lads for farm work, station wors, or other country employment. Fanners or j others desiring thuir services are ro quested to make early application to ibe Immigration and Li'ooc Bateau, 555 Flinders 8treet, Melbourne. , Considerably over 1,000 of these lads have arrived during the last three month3, and tl c were qu'ckly ab sorbed. The Iad3 coming forward are of a type suitably to the rupiirements of country employers. Their ag;.'3 run from 1G to 20 years, and alhough, generally speaking, they are without rural experience thay readily adapt 'hemstlves to coiintry work and rapirily become good helpers—having come out specially to be employed in the country districts. The wages aske i for their-services, 10a pec week and keep are :easonaiiie, and the Bureau is desirou3 ihot tlnse employers wr.Q wish to take advantage of their servi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

A NEW STORY Of great interest Entitled THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT, By Fred. M. White, Will be Commenced Next Week.

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Korumburra Court of Petty Sessions. FRIDAY, JULY 10. (Before Messrs A. P. Lloyd and G. H. Murray,.J's.P.) IMPOUNDING CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

Korumburra Court ot Petty x . Sessions. FRIDAY, JULiY 10. (Before Messrs A. P. Lloyil auil 0. lf« Murray, .J's.P.) IMPOUNDING CASE?, . •Jjsiah Goldiog, inspector .of nuis ances' for the Kocambaeea riding ol the shire of l'oowong and Jeetho. pro ceeded against Mary Esther Rowe foe allowing stock to stray in the streets ou August 30, 1913. Promises had heen mada to pay the money foe im pounding from time to time, but ii had not been done. A fine of 03 was imposed. Ij33lie R. Rowe was charged with a similar offence in Ootober lftit, Final 53. Winifred Rowe wa3 fined in a lika amount in each of five charges foi allowing cowa to stray, cn the streets. Costs allowed amounted to £2 Ids, being 12s 63 in the case of Jl»ry Esther Rowe, 153 GJ against Leslie Rowe, and 223 in the cases agjinib Winifred Rowe.

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VACCINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

vaccination. George Henry M'Kinnon waB fioacl •103 for (ailing to have hia ohild vaccinated. F. E. Kurrle wa3 fined 403 tot a similar offence. Sales of properties for March* April and May total £7^017, and nearly iill Clip [is land properties. Do you want to sell yours V If so writs Smith Nicols-ou Pty. Ltd., 383 Boui'to Street, Melbourne.

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Kongwak. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

vKongwak. The Spinsters' Ball -was held in fclie hall on Wednesday: night last. The inclement' weather conditions interfered with the attendance, nevertheless between 20 and 30 Bouples attended and greatly enjoyed Lhe programme. The hall was beantifnlly decorated, the effect winning the admiration of all present, thanks to the untiring efforts of Miss Wilkinson, who was instrumental in bringing about such a pleasiug •trans formation. The music for the daucc was Supplied by Mr l-Iarry Evans (piano) and Mr Lees -(violin), who gavo i entire ■ satisfaction. During intervals songs were niceljr. rendered by Misses Wilkinson (2) Hales,'and Johnston. The secretary did not spare herself to make the ball a 3UCU0S, and was ably' supported by a number of willing helpers.

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DOING THE DANDY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

DOING THE DANDY. A young dandy walked into the bar of a country "public" one day, and, re ceiving a respectful salutation from a "joskin" who stood near, ordered arinks for two, handing a sovereign in payment, saying he had nothing The barmaid was obliged to take the coin to her mistress for change, but soon returned, and asked if Uo would pay the next time he was passing, as they were unable to give change. A I minute later, taking advantage of the ohcpnr.e. the dandy nudged the ■'niiQr£j-s arm, and said: to getting drinks ror lioti.-J/vvnn say "Why, I'm game, of course!" "Well, then, I'll lend you the sover eign, and you order the drinks." The exchange was soon effected, and Ilodge knocked loudly on the counter. "Same dose again," he said, when the maiden appeared, and, diving deep down into his trousers pocket, fished up the sovereign. "Take th' change out o' that," he said coolly. After another brief disappearance, the young woman returned and handed over sixteen shillings chang...

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Why should Women Suffer? [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

Why should Women Suffer? :o:—— Old time logic accepted it as a matter oE cold fact that womeu wero made to Miller from girlhood to the grave. What a monstrous doctrine. A book dealing with the matter"o£ pain and suiferin;! as .ilfecintf womenfolk, and which tells how thousands nave been restored by a simple n nue treaumnt; to permiineut healih •uier years of pain, will be sent free to tuyiuie who cuts out this advt. ami send} it, 10 'Dept. A. 40, Ladies,' College of liealth, Phair's lSnildni"?,- 327 Collins Hreet, Melbourne. l-iiidios visiting llie city are cordially invited to call and chat over health matters witli rlie Manageress

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS. A WHOLESOME DRINK. Between washin' and runnin' In-and-out peggin' up and takin' down clothes all day long, I gets pretty tired 1 can tell yer by th' time as my day's work is done, and when 1 gets 'ome th' very first thing I does is put th' kettle on th' fire and makes a cup o' tea f'r myself— it's about th' only thing as I knows that'll keep yer pecker up. 1 uses Robur No. 1 Grade — yer needn't look surprised, surely a woman can spend a extra thrtipcnce a week on herself when she works 'ard like I does—do you know, some o' th' 'ouses I goes to they only uses th' No. 3 Grade, and it's not at all bad, but, as 1 says before, a cup o' th' very best is what I likes, ■ an' I thinks 2 deserves it loo, don't you? 7he Washeneoman.

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Motherhood. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

Motherhood. " Motherhood," as the late Dr Tulmnge ! observed,"'" is the noblest aspiration of J -womanhood in its best sense." There is i something lacking in the home into which no baby has eve? entered. Without the advent of " th^little stranger" the happi ness of the husband and wife is never •1 nite complete. A book of valuable in formation, telling how thousands of peop'e have had their hearts' desire gratified, will be sent free to anyone who cuts out this advt. and sends it lo Dept. 40, Ladies Uollege of Health, L'huir's liuildings, 327 Collins St. Melbourne.

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In Training. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

In Training. T awyer: Tl- cross-examination did not seem to worry you. Have you had any previous experience? Client: Six children.

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Korumburra Co- operative Butter Factory. BOARD MEETING. THURSDAY JULY 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

Korumburra Co - operative Butter Factory. BOARD MEETING. 'THURSDAY JULY 9ih. " Present =' Messrs J. Anderson (chair mnn), T. S Ourran, T. K.Adkina, E. Filzgerald, A,.A|p, an'i E M'trnuh The manager (Mr It. A M'Keezie) reported for the fortnight. pnt'e-I July 4 us follows Greain received, 9 tons 1G cwt. 3 q ? ; butter maoufaciurcd, •4 tons 15 cwt 2 qrs 14 lbs. Grade percentages, biuter fat—Superflre 91 5 15 sts 7 8, seconds 0.7. Htuter fui < prices— First week, supeiiine 14d, ] firsts 131,, seconds 12d; second weik, j superfine 14d, firsts 12?,d. seconds llj,d, Butter sales totalled 1 tons 16 cwT 8 qrs 7 lbs. Eggs received, 11 dozens. The butter market receded Id.per lb. this week; brought about chiefly by the importation of Queensland and New South Wales butters. I have sold one horse, and have the balance of spare horses yarded for your inspec tion. The roof of the cottage is leak : intj, and several other mailers in con { nection wish the house want nitemion. I am havin...

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Not What He Seemed. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

Not What He Seemed. A well-known figure in the political ferment in England is Lord Charles Beresford, who is himself, of course, an Irishman. Lord Charles is generally ready with a telling retort, a fact that at least one well-known politician remembers. This gentleman had changed political 1 sides once or twice; and, having for | the moment embraced the political faith of Lord Charles, he attended one i of his lordship's meetings. Afterwards ! he went up to the speaker to consratu- j late him. "Capital speech that of yours, Beres- • ford," be said, with an air of patron age Lord Charles found it hard to bear, ' "very good, indeed; but, you know, 1 you don't look like a statesman." I To which lie got the smashing reply: i "Neither do you look like a weather- j cock."

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WIVES WON BY CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 July 1914

,\ i WIVC8 WON BY CHANCE. Some.of the strangest roads leading to the altar are the "wife contests," in which the wife is won entirely by ;hance, and where Cupid has little to : io with the subsequent marriage cere mony. I One of the oddest of these contests . took place recently in Italy. A weal thy Neapolitan, named Tesino, offered bis name and lortune to the young wo man who could best please his palate ' by her cooking of macaroni. As Te sino was good-looking and rich, and as there were many unmarried girls In Italy, there were over 150 entrants. Tesino tasted the dishes of macaroni that were presented to him, and then carefully looked over the contestants. Ho subsequently led one to the altar, and gave her a wedding present of £800. Miss Elizabeth Magie, a young Ame rican girl, started to raffle herself as a "slave for life' 'at so much a chance, the highest-priced chances being £8, in order to get money for voice cul ture. But before the contest was com pleted a suitable suitor...

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