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Korumbu ra A. & P. Socicty COMMITTEE MEETING. SATURDAY, JANUARY 17th CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

&Druml}u.ra' A. &P- So^ijLy committee' meeting. SATURDAY, january l/.li COltUBSl'OXDEXCE. bYom John Uoleinan, secretary Kbrang Agricultural Socioty', with reference to securing a'.-reduction in • the number of" valuations ol! land for taxation'"purposes. —Itcceived and decided to give support. . Mi'Bliss wrote asking for the solo right to hold a buckjumping show.— Sole right not granted. From Free Trade and Land Values Ijoaguo with reference to proposal that a duty should be imposed on superphos phate!1, also drawing attention lo the fact that the fellmongers were endeavoring to have a duty at Id per lb placed on sheep skins imported from the Commonwealth. —Un the motion of Messrs Alp and W.'B. Wilson it. was decided that a letter be ■sent to tho Jnterstato commission in op position'to tho proposed tax. From the Interstate commission, for warding two copies of the tiirilV investiga tion form, and asking that the society should, submit on this form, as fully as jossib...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEADACHES. "1 highly recommend .Cliambui* lain's Tablets to anyone whoi Kiill'ors from headaches," says Mrs. M. K. Berry, Marlborough Rd., Victoria Valley, Tasmania; "1 suffered agony with headaches uml. tried almost everything.. - Nothing did me iuiy groil until ft friend recommended Ohambei'lian's Tablets and tlioy" soon I pnt me right: agnin. Now 1 would not be without a box of Chamberlaii.'s Tablets in ;the house." Sold by all chemists and slo:okeefei'S. :.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

Wedding Bells. — :o: BUNN--BLI5W. On Wednesday of last wo ok, at the Bcna Church, the marriage was cele brated of Mr Charles Arthur Jiitim, third son of Mr and Mrs F. Bun'n, lr Miss Klsie Blew, daughter of Mr and. Mrs A. Blew. The parents of both parties reside at Benit, and as the young couple were very' popular, there was a largo attendance at the. church, which had been, nicely decorated for the occasion. Rev. C. W-. T. Rogers, of Northv.Carlton', performed, tho^ceremony. ~ T|io bride was given a way by her. father, and was clad in a channing ' dress, of white silk merv, and wore the ens-, toinary wreath and veil. The brides maids were .Misses M. Blew -ami Frances Biinn. Mr Miles Bumi. jnnr., acted "as- best man, while Miss Brett presided at the organ. The wedding breakfast was held-in the Bona Hall, at which the Rev. Mr Rogers presided over about 50 gnosis ami the usual toast list was gone through. A- receptioir was -held in the'hall in the evening when dancing;1 games, etc., we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

Miss.' 1£. J. Coles, Major's- Creek, N.S.W. "1 tried'several remedies'but they hail 110 clTect; iis a last resource 1 gave the horse three teaspoonf ul of Chainbe'rlian's Colic,and Diarrhoea j Hemedy and noticed an improvement i immediately, lie was soon able to stand and now is as well as ever." S.ild by all chemists and storekeepers. Try A. B. Crabtree for, the latest i jjj m-llinery. " .

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Sporting. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

Sporting. CRICKET. • In a match oil Saturday between teams from the .Railway ami Korum Ijurra Clubs, the latter scored a victory. Hail way batted first and put up 00—Banks 39, M'Kiimun 16 and Craigie 15. The town team responded with 132-—Micklo 30, Squires 29, llowan 17 and Millard 15. 'following is the team from the AVonthnggi Association which will meet a team from tlie local associa tion on Saturday January 31 Evans, Tisdaleand C Uren (Dalyston) Borack, Wells and Mnngervan (St. Joseph's). DulTy, b'ern and .A ndrews „ (S. Dudley),- JlcCrimmon, Mayimrd, and AVal Tibballs (State Kamblers.) The local team is liowan, Parry and Chalmers (Koruinburra) Sharpies, W. and C. Erickson (Outlrim) G. and B. Bliss and Giblett (Kongwak) Chivers and Loughran (Jumbuuua) F. Danks (Ko'riimbuiTa) 12th man. The match will be played at Korum _ • burra. . . (• . T/io;. (cam of .eriefcefers which played an M.C.C team on the jWel bourne crickct ground Isist Thii.isday although defeated speak in glowing ter...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH. "My little boy lmd whooping cough very badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson, The People's Store, -17 Elgen Rd. Moriiiugton, N.Z. - "I tried several cough medicines without any of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and he got immediate relief. Since then I have always kept a bottle of this wonderful medicine by me and recom mend it to everyone." Sold by all chemists aud storekeepers.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Outtrim Bushmea's Sports. HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL. Office-bearers;—President, Mr C. D Taberner; vice presidents, Dr Cave and Mr P. Gleeson; Judges, Messrs J. Horsley, R. M'Dowell, W. Herbertson and C. D. Taberner; Starter, Mr G. Fields; assistant starter, Mr W. Bowers; committee, Messrs J. Horslev. S. Wise, F. Little, E. Olden, R. M'Dowell, G. Fields and W. Bowers; Treasurer, Mr W. Herbertson; Secretary, Mr A. A. Penny. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

0attrim Bushmen's Sports •d' HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL. OIHce-bearers;—President,*'Mr C. Taberner; "vice - presidents, Dr Cave and Mr P. Gleeson; Judges, Messrs J. Horsley, 11. M'Dowell, W. Horboitson and C. U. Taberner; Starter, Mr Or. Fields ;assistant starter, Mr W. Bowers ^committee, Messrs J. Hoislev. - S.v. AVise,I)'. Little, E. Olden, R. M?Dowellj'Gr. Fields and.W. Bowers'; Treasurer, Mr W. llerbei'tson; Secretary ^ Mr A. A. Penny. . . -i - The above animal sports were held on the Outtrim Recreation Reserve on Saturday., in ideal weather. The attendance was about a rccord, over £15 being taken at the gate.: The proceeds a e devoted to improve ments to the; ground' and this year there should ■ be.a good prolit. The Sheffield 'Handicap, lioi'Se and pony jumps, wood qhops and* other events all created' keen, competition. The Hunter's Plate brought out about ten competitors and provided pno of the best exhibitions of .jumping ever seen in tho district, the event eventually being won by M...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. " For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mi" Herbert H. Woodhead, AVeiit wdrth, N.S.W. " "\\ro have six child-' ren and never use anything else for the treatment of coughs, colds and bron chial complaints. I confidently recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to everyone, more espeially to parents, who like myself have young children's health to safe-guard. It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers. Don't forget the entertainment in the Mechanics' hall to-morrow night. A grocer at South wick, Sunderland recently made a curious discovery. When' cutting through a cheese his cutting wire encountered some hard substance, and he was obliged to finish the shelving process with a knife. In the centre of the cheese he l'oui:d a small tin box containing three pennies and a request that the finder would communicate with the New Zealand cheese manufacturer inform ing him as to whether, the'cheese was purchased as Ne...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

- -—WELL AND S L'ttOJfO. SVhat a Grand tiling it is' for worron to' feol \well a'd sirung?..-Tho'..C53"5;'. Collegeof'IIealih; has brought forwaid a home .. treatment that . ba< restored thousands to health at >n Irll'iig cost. .Those interested can find < ut all i l> n t it if they, aiiid two | eniiy, Matnns 10 , Department 4J. fjiilms (Jnll.^e ol Ilea '.h 4G Elizabeth Slreet, Melbourne. A. B. Cr.ibtrjo lias a great strck of Christmas millinery.

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Chire of Poowong & Jeetho COUNCIL MEETING. WEDNESDAY, 21st JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

ohire of .Poowong & Jeetho . ———:o: COUNCIL MEETING.' AVEDNJiSDAY, 2 1st JANUAJLiY. ' ■ ■ Present • - Crs Loll, M'Grath, Gillespie,f-Horslcy, Scbfct", • Adkins, :• Patoii, ■ Gregg, i /JLVaddoll, -: -Davis, . Western,' Witton and Mollcr. : .f ■v ACCOUNTS. •' . Th» following iiccoiintg wpre nasse'' for paymentJ Dawaon £8. B ytewtrc £4 8 vJ„ Bennett, £8 8s 9d, D Kenueity £15 13'G', G Fi-ner £5 ■a 81,"T ti irnwii G2 1 Is G r.'J White fill- tl3 itd, H Phillips LJO Gs, J Davdrn L80, :E Brown !0 IGa. 'i'-li Fowler £18 17s. J Watson £8, W J ' P Brydon £28 10s, W J Milne £2 103 A Nicholas £5 10a, P Moulton Ll, F llalford £2 19s 8Cf, Olsen Bros L8, W Dolbeguy £7," A T Reeves £15.Ms M. T Gibson £9 153, W G Owens £o, F Allen I'G 8j. 0 Riley 63, E Williams Gs Gd, E'Spicer £9 133 9d, A M'Lean £21 5s, S Wise £8,153, W Little 5s, E Olliver £4 J63, J S Burnet lis Gd, A P. Lloyd £2 193'7d, H Phillips Ll 5s, Welsbaeh Light Co 12s 2d, Lux Light Co £2 Us GJ, F E Damon £27 lis 3d, F P Little £16 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

trm nm. WlMlmlll MuiufieMrani CO LAC, VIS, liBllMt u* abtfc Dmbli M1U m tt» ■iiMi UNO f«r GATALO* IKUT PUK. ALSTON S Patent That will last a lifetime* That will not leak when filkd That will not crack when empty Thnt wilt not corrode with bard walir . . Put together with a sew* wrench • Packs in smalt space (03 sbipmeot 1 Get the Original- and ibot an imitaHoa Tlicy cost no more, are strongef, aad last three times aa fong <t James Alston ■ • Queen's Bridge, Melbourne «c ^ .11

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NIGHT IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

NIGHT 15 COMING. While the blessed daylight lingenfc. 1st; us work -with might and main, -witfcr • our . busy feet and . fingers, also with; . tho busy brain; let ilio setting sun be hold us tired, but filled with hontafc pride; for the right will soon onfoKfc us, when we lay our tools aside. When. • .we'ro'in the churchyard londly, uterer the weeping willows leani there's coe^ . thins and one thins only that" • i*3> Eo«tfonr memory greeh.^ trwyniu ■ ■»——, tasks appointed "a3 • wo lived our speed ing years, thon our ^rarea will be an- "■ ointed.with a- mourning legion's tears. All our good intentions, perish when fe closed tho coffin lid, and tho world wiE only cherish and remember what w» j did. Nothing granite, monumental, can preserve your little famo; epitaplu j are incidental, and will not embalm I your nam©. Nothing counts when yoa j aro Bleeping, but tho goodly -work you're done; that will last'till ' are weeping round tho ruins of: the* * ! sun. Let no obstaciea confound ...

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Korumburra Races. SPLENDID ENTRIES. Following are the entries for the above races which take place on the Nyora course on Wednesday next:— [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

Korumburra Rices. SPLENDID ENTRIES. Following ;u-o tlie entries for, the above racos which liikc place 011 the Nyora course uu Wednesday next:—• Huitbi.K Rack. — Don, 'Bohemian 13oy, 'Ordeal, • Yenchipimpi, Brown Rose, The Miller,- Chiiuda. : 11ax11ic.m' Titiar, Stakks.'—Queen, LiandoiV, Emega, Jenny Crei, Mundi wa, .Timothy, Rhythmic, ,.Camiest, Morehope, .Z id , Vinalt, Yellow Star, Majestic Queen, Royal Bam:cr, Muna,''. Brown I'-.Rosc, ; Braggart,,; Avenge": . s" ' •• • Koi;t;.M]!i;i;n.\ Handicap.—Pius, P.T, Paris, Lax, Zaida, Yinaulfc, Cliunda, Royal Banner, Braggart - , 2fovEi.Tr Pony -Back, 14.1 a.u.— Limit pony to run 4 furlongs—Quaker Girl, Jean Posy, Wee Pat, Galtee More, ■ Lena, The Snail, Biddy, Doreba, Decoy, The Herb, Marlee, Combine, Almond Bush, Velocity, ltoy'al Mail.. La inns' Bi;acki,kt.—Llandoll', Bo hemian-' Boy, Pius, P.T., Camiest, Brown Rose, Lax, Zaida Yellow Stiir, Majestic Queen, Royal Banner, Braggart, Avenge. Novei.tv Rack, 14.1 h.a.u.—Limit pony to run 4...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

Thepureststimulant j > * n / wohv-^ ' OPPOSING FORCES* " Why don't they use Lux ?" A little boy said, As he tried to draw His shirt o'er his head. Whilst I,grew bigger, My shirt is shrinking, ' And the opposing forces, 1 I am much thinking Will end in disaster To that shrinking shirt. I can't shrink to rait A shirt shrunken short I must have room to grow— While my shirt says, no. The shirt must suffer, If it still acts so. But the shirt needn't shrink. And I may still grow— For Lux is made to wash Woollens, white as snow Without any shrinking, Soft aseiderdown. Lux is sold in packets^ Everywherein town. , Twopence is the prioe, And the price is low, If Lux'Il give ae room, In my shirt to grow. Whydotheydo.it? If they'd only think To wash wool with Lux, Woollens will not shrink. Won't Shrink Woollens Lgvir Brother* Limited, Svdno Street Car Conductor: How old nra you, little girl? , Little Girl: I'm paying full fare, so it isn't nccsssary for you to ask unper tinont questions. A G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

THE CAUSE OP RHEUMATISM. Rheumatism is caused by tho reten tion of uric acid in tho system, owing to tho action of tlio kidneys being de fective. The following letters will bo interesting to sufferers from rheuma tism:— From Miss Hilda Brown, 2 Great.Buck ' ingliain-str<<et,' Rbdferu, Sydney, N.S.AV. "When I was-in Hobarfc I pas taken : ill, and got bo bad that- I went to a hospital, itnd after staying about throe months I returned to Victoria hardly any better than when I first went into tho hospital. Tho.origin of my trou bles was a chill, caught after taking a hot bath, with the result that I could hardly move, the pains in my back and limbs wero bo excruciating, I seora ed to get no relief from my treatment. AVhen I arrived in Victoria I wna met by my sister, and was induced by her to try Warnor's Safo Cure. After tak ing four bottles I felt some relief, and, by tho lirno I had taken sis more, I was quito well again. From tho timo of leaving tho hospital I ...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABOUT MIRRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

ABOUT MIRRORS. Tho first mirror was doubtless tbo smooth surfaco of a clear and shining pool. What were the feelings aroused by. tho sight of the reflected image which the primitive man or woman ssnv in tho water, wo can only imagine; but ■Williams, the missionary, tells us that somo of the Fijians held that man had tivo spirits, a dark one and a light one. and that the reflection seen in a. pool was the latter. And when the mission ary placed one of theso savages beforo a mirror, this child of Nature stood entranced, and murmured softly: "Now I can gee into tho world of spirits!" Artificial mirrors have been in nso for thousands of years, as various ro lics and literary references from the remote past givo evidence. .Though vitrified lava and sheets of mica liavo been put to this use, most of tho an cient mirrors — Egyptian, Hebrew, Greek, and Roman—were mado of me tal, usually bronzo or silver. Metal mirrors continued in use until a late period, and wo find Henry the Kif^lith rewa...

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OTHER THINGS IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

OTHER. THINGS INT LIFE. [ His mint said to tho boy .athlete the other day: "I am (loliglit' fl to hear of your suc cess on the school baseball team, Har old ; b"ut you must remember that thero arc other things iu lifo besides baseball." "Yes. aunt; I Icno-iv," said tho boy; "but, hang it all! I'm afraid I'm too light for football or rowina" i

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VAIN REGRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

VAIN JtEG-RETS. Tho serf looks up as kings go by And dreams: "If such a one were II" The king beholds the serf, ln's toil Tn ruddy health amid the soil. And'turning at his loathsomo case Exclaims: "If I were such ns these!"' Thus, neither knowing c-itlicr's bent Of sadness and of discontent-, So waste, 50 spoilt in vain regret, Tho lives that might bo useful yet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

THE EQUITY TRUSTEE*. KXXOUTOS8. AMD | AGENCY CO. LTD. ! Sabacrfiud Capital.. .. £136,000 Reaarved Inability .... £100,600 Guasmatea Fond £10,098 Retfstarad CMBcaa: U QUEEN ST„ MELBOURNE. BotM ot'Dtrectan; ■DWARD FANNING. Eh, Marchaat, Ghalnnam. W. H. IRVINE, A«., K.O., MJP., Bu rlatar st hmw. DONAiD MACKINNON, X>«., M.hjL, Barrlatar at it*. R. Q. McCUTCHMON, llR- IUjUL j BTEWAKT He ARTHUR, Wmi., Kil" ilatar at Law. Tiila company is apedalljr ampoirer «d by Act ol Parliament (No, >78) to act as Executor. Administrator, Trna tea, Receiver. Oommittea mufer tha tunacq Act, or Attorney nni*r Power, and to taka Tranateia of BiWIng Truata. Iacoma Collected, Fonda Iavaatod. and Batatea Managed or Raallaad. JOXLi FOX. Manager. O. T, MARTIN, Aa»!ataat Vaaacer. H«w Planner, as* i«ric« it pj! (• ■la JbMU*M7 tk« a*Y«nftr4ta«Ntii mass Importer* of Air Beds and Cushions, Enema*, •ilk Elastic Stockings, Bandages, Galvanic Batteries, Abdominal Belts, Trusses, and •urglcal Appliances generally....

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DIRECTORY OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 22 January 1914

DIRECTORY OF VICTORIA. Sands an<l M'DougalL's Directory' of Victoria for 191*1 is to hand,- and the | new issuo not only sustains but en fcanws the reputation of the firm of Sands) and M'JDougall iu connection with this old-established publication. Tfco indexing and arrangement of the varied mid useful information contained within ita 3004 pages has h«H'n douo in tho ino.Ht careful and admirable man ner and tend to make the work invalu able as one of reference*. The names of officials of organisations aro given in in telligible fashion, while iu the directory proper, after tho 091 pages devoted to city aad suburban streets, one finds (107 pages giving the names, etc., of resi-': tionty in country towns. Then wo have 1020 puses of alf»hafcotical direc tory. trade and professional directories for Doth town and country, while for apiarists, farmers and cither rurjil pro ducers tlioro ace ba loss, than 170 liases: The worlc as a whole is up-toklate not only in information and...

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