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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
GENERAL NEWS. Leather valued at £200 was stolen from Pittman's boot factory at Clif toll Hill. Miss Mabel Despard, who was knocked down by a motor in the city yesterday, died to-day. Harold M1' Dougall was acquitted of thi manslaughter of Patrick Brennan, who was killed in the Kilkenny Hotel during an argument over "wearing green. " Arnisdale, sold as a yearling for 750 guineas, was sold to-day by Mr. Yulllo to C. M' Mahon for 30 guineas. Daisy Bytield, dressmaker, aged 29, obtained an order for divorce from her husband, Alfred, who deserted her six years ago to train as a prize-tighter.
GIPPSLAND HOSPITAL. APRIL 19. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
GIPPSLAND HOSPITAL. APRIL 19. Patients admitted during past week... 10 Discharged during past week 15 Died during past week . .. 0 Remaining in Hospiti? ... Out-patients treated during past week 9 Medical Officer for the current week, Dr Macdonald. Visiting Committee for present month, hlessrs. Cullinan and Overend Visiting Dayss.-Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m. A. .TJ. NASOX, Matron.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
The cattle listed i:., market number 2645. Sonm nice showers fell on il''-i. Sale, and 32 points were regiate-r I'? following district falls wvre ah registered:-Balrnsdale, 105; Bruthe 35; Cuninghanme, 95; Ensay ,31 Dar'g 2o; Fuster, 9S; Maffra, 2.,; Mlorwell ? Umneo, -; Orbust, 105; Port Albert, ;; irafalgar, 4; Traralgon, 27;; W la. 31; Wil?oun s Promontory, 41; yar ranm, 2. Un Saturday DutsoI had '" heavy downfall in the afternoon. Mr. James Bennett, M.H.R, has-re. c'ived the following letter irom-the P-ostmaster-General's Departnment: '-Melbourne, April 4. Sir,-NWith i. ference to your recent personal repre sentations in connection with a comn munication from 2Mr. Thos. MI Michael .eylield, relative to desired re-estab - lishment of the mail service between Glennaggie and Uleucairn. i hlia ith. honor to inform you that the subject will receive consideration, and you will be further advised wlhen a deci sion has been arrived at.--ours faithfully, M. Noske, Acting Deputy Postmaste...
SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 20. (Before Mr W. W. Harris, P.M.) Sheep Tick Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
SALE POLICE COURT. - 4----- MONDAY, APRIL 20. (Before Mr VW. WV. Harris, P.M.) Sheep Tick Cases. C'has. E. Corney v. Anna E. Car naghan: Offering tick-infected sheep for sale. Mr. Becher for the prosecution, Mr. \Vise for defendant. Charles E. Corney. Government in spector of sheelp, deposed: On 4th Feb ruary attended a sale of sheep in the Sale borough yards. In a lot of 24S sheep and lambs entered for sale by defendant found a number of animals badly infected with tick. The owner was not present; but Mr. Hall, on her behalf, agreed to withdraw them from sale, take them home, and get them re-dipped. By Mr. Wise; Never had any com plaint about this defendant's sheep before...There was a danger of sheep being tick infected when travelling alongside fences or in sale yards. That was what we are trying to avoid. Archibald \'. Geddes, auctioneer's employe, deposed that the sheep re ferred to were brought in for sale b. Ilall, on behalf of Mrs. Carnaghan. By 1Mr. Wise: Never had a person...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
8PORTING NOTES. A1affra race etttries close otn Monday next for the meeting to be held on May 14. The Lindenow Races take place on Thursday next. Many of the bvst dis trict horses are engaged, and exeiltlnt sport is promised patrons. S pc nla holiday excursion trains will be run fromn Traralgon, via .1al'fra and via Sale, oil Thursday in connection with the races. They will leave Lindenonx on return at 7.30 p.am. The " Mail" reports that Mr. Geo. Nixon won two races at Olrbost Picnic races with Keepsake andl Bte Bolong Sir Quist frightened most of the horses out of the hlandicap. but MIr. Nixon decided to have a go at hitlt with Bete Bolong, and won. Sir Quist had 12.12 and Bete Bolong 10.1:.
TELEPHONE FACILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
TELEPHONE FACILITIES. D)uring the visit of Mr. J. Bennett. M.P. for Gippaland, to Dargo the other day, the Largo telephone committee waited upon him at Hurley 's Hotel. The chairman (Mr. Riggall) carefully related the history of the Stratford Dargo telephone trouble, and was sup ported by Cr. Scott, President Avon Shire, and others. The committee asked the assistance of Gippsland's representative to have the line placed In order, and taken over by the de partment. The estimated cost of placing the line in satisfactory condi tion by the department was £206, and the department asked residents of Dar go to tind half the amount. The com mittee thought they paid taxes an charges to provide facilities for other places, and they could not see the reason why this burden should be placed on the back-country residents. Mr. Bennett, in reply, sold he had come to Dargo so that he could speak from personal knowledge of their dif liculties. The Liberal Government's Postmaster-General (Mr. Wynne) ...
RANDWICK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
RANDW\ICK RACES. Rous HIandicap.-The Christian Brother 1. Simon Frisco , Bck's Lager 3. Place Handicap.-Matourcc 1, Aleconner 2, Erungella 3. Steeple. -Don Q..1, Tho. MIfser 2, Flddlestring 3. Randwick Plate.-Cagou 1, Auro fodina. 2, Lilyveil 3. Nursery HIandi cap.-Girn 1, Carllta 2. Velours 3. F: nal Ia.ndicap.--Malthuslan 1, Luxlike 2, Lindear 3.
MR. BENNETT, M.P., AT DARGO. A SPLENDID MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
MR. BENNETT, M.P., AT DARGO. - -- -- -- A SPLENDID MEETING. Mr. James Bennett, M.P.. delivered an address on Federal politics in the Dargo Hall on 1Wednesday night to a large audience, who listened atten tively to what he had to say. Mr. Bennett had the honour of being the first Federal member to visit Dargo. Cr. Scott, President of the Avon Shire. presided. In introducing MLr. Bennett he stated the pleasure it gave him to do so, and remarked that owing to the Gilpsland Federal electorate be ing so large, M11r. Bennett had been un able to visit Dargo previously, as by so doing he would have had to neglect larger centres. i\r. Bennett on rising was received with great applause. lie said he need hardly say what great pleasure It gave him to be present. Hle hid heard a lot about the l)argo district, but had nlever previously visited it. He was agreeably surprised to find the road was not as bad as he had heard, and he had found some very tine country onl the journey, and a kind and con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
AUCTIONS. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. Auotioneers and Valuators, Stock and Station Agents, SALE, TRARALGON. and at 457 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE. airas, Heyfleld, Morwell, Stratford, Longford, Yinnar, Briagolcng, ýlirboo North, Boolara. Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Co. Liverpool, London and Globe Insur ance Co. P. and O. Shipping Co. M'llwraith, M' Eacharn and Co. Curator of Intestate Estates. Grld.brugih, Mort and Co. Nsatloal Trustees and Executors Co. Quibell's Sheep Dip. LOANS NEGOTIATED. A.sociated with O'Connor, Little and Field, Y..rram. Monthly Horse Sales held at Sale in conjunetion with Campbell and Sons, Kirk's Baraar, Melbourne. ROSEDALE SALE. FRIDAY, APRIL 24. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell as above. YARRIAM, SPECIAL -ATTLE AND SHEEP SALE. FRIDAY, APRIL 21. TH O. B. -LITTLE & CO. will yard about- 500 Head of Cattle, including - 300 21 to 9-year-old Steers 100 Good Dairy Heifers 1300 Sheep, comprising - 900 Good Crossbred and Comeback Ewes, in la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
BUCHANAN'8u "BLACK & NH?ITE" WHISKY A High-class Comfort. April. St ..5 121926 gMo, ... 6 132027 Tue .. 7 142128 ,ed. 1 8 152229 Thu. 2 9 16 2330 Fr, 3 1017 24... Sat 4 111825. SHIPPING. "SAL STEAMBOAT CO. LTD. DAILY SERVICE (Sundays excepted). The Company's Steamers, Omeo and Dargo, leave SALE and CUNING HADE DAILY-Sale 1.45, upon arrival f first train from Melbourne, Cunlng ame 8 s.m. Fares: RETURN 12/, SINGLE S/. Calling at Latrobe, Holland's, paynesville, Metung and New Works. Office, Foster-street JAS. E. PATERSON, Secretary. :IppLAND- STEAMERS PTY. LTD. Sglapr Steauah Servi eo,.eBetwef n M- ELBOURNE and all GIPPSLAND PORTS. 8.8. QUEENSCLIFFE leaves Melbourne every Saturday for THE LAKES DIRECT, Crrying Cargo for Sale, Maira, Stratford. Metung, Paynesville, and the Surrounding Districts. Lowest Rates of Freight. Head Office-466 Collins-street. Mel bourns. Sal Offioe-Fowtor Street. E. LH WALTER, Branch Manager. , NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD , IMPERIAL GERMAN MAIL DIRECT STEAMERS...
GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
GREEN.--11 lo ul mInumorv of our dear father. who departed this life onl tIhe .'tli April, 1913. lrather is gone, out not forgotten: Nor is the good advice he gave. Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Around our darling fathe's grave. 'or days and nights he bore his pain, To wait for l-e wuas all in vain: 13ut God alone, who thlughlt it best, Did ease his 1ain a'nd'i?i\-e him rest. -Inserted by his sons and daughter-s Joe, Florrie, Ruby, E\a, and Jossie Green.
IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
IN MEMORIAM. ;l?;G.EN.- In lovilg ncmry- f my dear husla and, Aht departcd thi life on the 2Oth April, 1l;1:;. Gone, but not forgottien adl and oft 111y thoughts d wander To a gra?e-t, niOt fal away \\hlier laid my darling h'.aid Just one year ago to-day. -Inserted by his lo\ving wife. atlilcr ine Giree?.
VISIT OF A LADY SPECIALIST. MRS. M. P. STEWART, [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
VISIT OF A LADY SPECIALIST. MRS. M. P. STEWVART, The skilful Lady Specialist from the LAkDIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH, Phair's Buildings, 327 Collins-street, Melbourne, may be consulted at the Criterion Hotel, Sale, from 4 p.m. on Thursday, April 23rd, till 4 p.m. on Friday, April 24. Mrs. Stewart will have with her a full stock of Dr. D. 31. Coonley's famous Orange Lily Re medies, which have effected so many marvellous cures in all parts of Aus tralia among women who had been_ail ing for years. As no fee is charged for consultation this opportunity for women to get the skilful advice of one of her own sex should be availed of by every woman afflicted with ill-health, especially those who have been told they should undergo an operation. Two lionesses have been added to the Zoological Gardens collection in Melbourne.
MADAME LENA CONLY. A CHARMING SONGSTRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
MADAME LENA CONLY. A CHARMING SONGSTRESS. (in the occasioni of Madame Lena Conly's visit to Gippsland two years a?go it was found impossible to include Sale in the tour; but our readers will be delighted to learn that the bril liant solprano, assisted by a wonder fully powerful combinationl of star ar tists, will re-visit Sale on Friday, 24th inst., when a really delightful treat, both musically and otherwise, will be experieinced by patrons. Since Mad ame's last visit here all the leading centres of the to'iiliolliwealthi States have beten visited with tremendous suc cess. Madanme being unanimously ac clainued a veritable marvel, with a \'o cal organ in it class of its own; the Sydney ' Bulletin, ' the most critical of all Press critics, stating, " Madame has a wonderfully full and bell-like organ. She is a genuine canary warbler. " lin fact, the gifted song tress is so well known here that it is quite sulperllous to refer ill extenso to the beautiful voice of which she is possesse...
SORE LUNGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 21 April 1914
SORE LUNGS. When your lungs are sore and in flamed from coughing, is the time when the germs of pneumonia, pleurisy, and consumption inud lodgment and multi ply. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for coughs and solds stops the cough, and heals and strengthens the lungs. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery is a safe and never-failing remedy. Price, 1/6 and 3/. Obtainable everywhere. For March the exports from Corio Bay reached a volume of £877,376, bringing the total for the three months of the present year to £989,004, as against £416,302 for the sanme period last year. The imports were valued at £27,460, as against £18,495 for March of 1913.