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MARRIAGE: THE CHURCH AND DIVORCE. SERMON BY THE BISHOP OF SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
MARRIAGE: THE CHURCH' ANC DIVORCE. SERMON BY THE BISHOP OF SALE. At St. Mary's Cathedral on Sunday -evening the Bishop of Sale (Dr. Phelan) preached on the subject of Marriage, dealing particularly with the indissolubility of the marriage tie, and the evils of divorce. Ho has re reserve dfor a future occasion The Cause of Unhappy Marriages, and an exposition of the Ne Temere Decree. 11c said that the matrimonial con tract had four characteristics which distinguished It from all other con tracts. First, it was the most ancient of contracts. Our first parents vwere tile contracting parties, and God him self was the Priest and Witness of the first marriage ceremony. Then, it was the miost exclusive of all contracts, In business firms or companies the contract does not exclude an increase of partners; but tho marriage conii tract forbade a third partner. One with one, exclusively and for ever. was the doctrine of the Catholic Church. Thirdly, it was the most holy of all contracts. The E...
CUNINGHAME SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
CUNINGHAME SPORTS. T he follo-v-ingp ·\~ tle u Lachs".lways in connection with the above sports, on the morning of which (Thursday, 29th inst.) acceptances close: 130 Hurdles.-Pinch 9 yards, Irvin 14, Wickham 12, Kelly 11, Pugh 10, B. O'Sullivan 10, P. J. Burke 11, W, O'Kane 7, A. Williamson 12, Reden bach 10, Bilggs 4, Coloe 6, D. Hogan S, T. J. M' Gahan withhheld, J. Conm mins 12, J. W. Beckneith withheld, Contes 10, Thorpe 11k, Maiden 15, Dean 15, King 14. 220 Iturdles-Pinch 16, Wickham 19, Kelly 17, Pugh 15. O'Sullivan 15, Hourke 16, O'Kane 11, Williamson 17. Redenbach 16, Biggs S, Coloe 11, Ho gan 15, Ben Watts 2,. M' Gahan with held, King 20, Commins 18, Contes 16, Thorpe 16, Maiden 22. Dean 22, Nix on 19. Bracelet. 75 yards-Irvin 9 yards, Pinch 6, Nixon S, Ryan 9, Pago 5, El ston 9'. Thornley 912, Godfrey 6, Olsen 10, Devine 4%, Cupit 10, Biggs 7, Carter 5, Beckneith 7, Sherwood withheld, Pugh 7, King 10, Robinson 10, Redenbach 9. Cuhinghamo Gift. 130 yards. Pinch 12, Nixon 1...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
The fol>'lwln gratifyxing letter haL been reei-ted by Mr Bennett, M.H.R., from :he -Po'stmaster-General'a De part-ut:--' \\it'h referenca to pre SIous co'rr:c;p,,.':d nce reiative to the iueired 'recu.'l- of a telephone line -etwee'n Bend-c, Victoria, and Dole a:te. New Sou:th Wales. with connec tion at Lower ;endoc. in connection with which you presented representa tions made by Mr M1. W. Shea. sec retary to a '!l.eting of residents at ecndee, i be' t,_ iuform you further Inquiry has -.e:n ade, and approval has b-ib.-n given or the erection of the lit by the departnment -vithout guar antee or ci'itr!i .'uion by the reei de'nts. " Mr 1:- 0; . '- co' , r'st assistant at the Salte IPos-'-,.:i. e. l;as -'eeived notice f transfer t,_ : -eati-q.uartirs in Mel ioir1 . T'hile ;Ie\"s w-viil be received with general regret 'locally: for Mr $co'tt has proved ::nme.i tlo be one of the most e-iicient rficers statiqned liere. ani is tuost obliging and courte 1ous. Not only has he a thorough k...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
ST. PATRICK S DAY CELEBRA TION. The rmost representative and en thusiastic meeting ever held in con nection with St. Patrick's Day cele oration took place on Sunday, attor the 11 o clock Mass. About 150 peo pie assembled in the large room of St. Mary s School, where His Lord ship Bishop Phelan presided. In op ening the proceedings, His Lordship delivered a most patriotic address, which roused the audience to enthu siasmn. The applause was so warm and frequent that several times His Lord ship had to wait till the cheering had subsided. The applause was deaf ening when the Bishop said the procession this year would include two tableaux. one 'Erin,"'' and the other "Home Rule,'' and other items. Thle programme submitted was far reaching, and catered for all kinds of sport. Amongst the items will be Maypole events, Father Stirling un dlertaking to have one brought from Maffra, and the others being from Sale and surrounding districts. A sub scription list was opened. His Lord ship headin...
AD CREE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
AD CREE COMPANY. Mr Ad Cree, the popular Scotch comedian, and his clever company wiill open at the Victoria Hall o0. Thursday next for one nignt. Ac companying him are Miss Jennie Cree, duettist and sketch artiste; Miss Gertrudo Summerhayes, a violin ist of much ability; Miss Rtiby Groves, soprano, a singer of sweet songs, and Mr H. A. Bartleman, em inent baritone, a singer of songs of a rousing, rollicking order. The two popular comedy sketches, "Sandy's Courtship" and "The 'roposal," will be staged. Altogether the entertain went provided is of an artistic na ture, and should draw a good audi ence to the Victoria Hall on Thurs day night.
SALE SWIMMING MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
SALE SWIMMSING MATCHES. The following are the handicaps for the events namedl: Grand Handicap, 220yds. C. Streeter, Maffra ........ scr. F. Ware, Sale .. ....... .. 5 G. Ware, Sale ... .. .. 5 .r. I. Beatty. Sale .. .. .. 5 A. Trood, Sale. ......... I. Kincaid, Muffra ........ .. 7 J. Stevens, Sale .......... 1. Jones, Sale .... .. ....... 10 U. A\. Broomte. Sale ......... 10 -R. Bishop, Sale ... ... .... 12 E. IM'Lean. Sale .... .. .. .. 12 RIt. Cam neron, Sale.. .. . .. ... 14 Jns. Jacobs, Glenmaggie .. .. 14 Open Handicap, 100yds. A. 'Irood, Sale ....... ...scr. Chas. Streeter. Maffra .... scr. IF. Warte. Sale . .. .. ...... 4 i. Ware. Sale.... .... .. ..4 J. ltatty, Sal .. .... .. .. 4 R. Kif ntold, Maffra .. .. .... 4 J. Stevens, Salh .. .........4 (. Sutherland. Tinamba .. .. 4 I-I. E. lTaylor. Sale ........... 6 U. A. Bronme. Sale ........ 6 F. W. Mleyer. Sale ....... .. ..6 It. Bishop. Sale .... .. .. .... 6 \V. Jones. Sale........... 6 W. Bishop. Sale . ....... . . R. Jacob...
CAULFIELD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
(:'AVLI'.'IErLD 1A('ES. tIlurdles.-Widden (M tregor 1. TI- Majestic Nut 2, Dominician 3. Seven starters. Won D by three quarters of a length. Trial.-t'oulamuatong (Turner) 1, Kurakai 2. \\ynneth 3. Won by half a length. Time,. 1.16 Anniversary Itandicap.-Atora (lambert) 1, Wallallo 2, Sylvander 3. Ten starters. Won by a head. Time. 1.16b j. Steeple.-The Guide (3M Gregor) 1. F'osterton 2, Pinpress 3. Won by three lengths. Time, 2.15. Hoops, on Fos terton, lost a stirrup three fences front home. Holiday Stakes.-Sa .:innah (Jos. HIiggins) 1. Rantyga 2, I rucis 3. 11 starters. Won by two lengths and a half. Time,. 1.9. Touronga I landleap-The Beggar 1Maid (Foulsham)n 1. Earl Godwini 2 Two Ales 3. 17 starters. Won by half a length. Time, 128.1,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
AUCTIONS. THEO. R. LITTLE & CO. Auctioneers and Valuators, Stock and Station Agents, SALE. TRARALGON, and at 457 BOURKE ST.. MELBOURNE. Mahiffra, Ileylleid, Morwell, Stratford. Longford, Yinnar, Briagolong, 3Mirboo North Boolara. Agents for Australlan Mutual Provident Co. UAverpool, London and Globe Insur ance Co. P. and O. Shipping Co. f'llwraith, M'Eacharn and Co. Curator of Intestate Estates. Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. National Trustees and Executors Co. Qulbell's Sheep Dip. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Associated with O'Connor, Little and Field, Yarram. SALE BOROUGH YARDS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell at the Borough Yards on above date 10 Fat Cows 5 Springers 50 Mixed Store Cattle THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will hold their next Special Sheep Sale in the SALE BOROUGH YARDS, on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. SALE HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO., in con junction with CAMPBELL & SONS, will sell as above, in Campbell's bar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
BUCHANAN'S "BLACOK&WHITE" WHISKY A High-class Comfort. Janary, Sun, ... 4 111825 Mon. ... 5 121926 Tue. ... 6 13 20 27 Wed. ... 7 142128 Thu. 1 8 152229 Fri. 2 9 162330 Sat. 3110172431 SHIPPING. BALE STEAMBOAT CO, LTD NOTICE. On and after -this date, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. the Company's Steamers, Omeo and Dargo, will leave Sale and Cunlnghame DAILY (Sun days excepted), Cuninghame 8 a.m., Sale 1.45 p.m. FARES.-Beturn, 12/; Single, 8/. Steamers call at the Latrobe,. Hol Land's, Payneerille, Metung, and New Works JAS. E. PATERSON, Secretary. Sale, 1/9/13. Office, Foster-street.. G1IPP LAND STEAMER S PT?. LTD. t1.egular Steamship Service Between MELBOURNE and all GIPPSLAND PORTS. S.S. QUEENSCLIFFE eaves Melbourne every Saturday for THE LAKES DIRECT, Carrying Cargo for Sale, Miffra, Stratford. Metung, Paynesville, and the Surrounding Districts. Lowest Rates of Preight. Head Office-466 Collins-street., Mel bourne. Sale Office-FesAer Street. E. H. WALTER, Branch Manager. NLT1f' NORD...
BRIGHTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER: G. H. CROWTHER, M.A., L.L.D. SECOND MASTER: H. A. CROWTHER, M.A, Dip. Ed. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
BRIGHTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER: G. H. CROWTHER, M.A., L.L.D. SECOND MASTER: H. A. CROW THER, M.A.. Dip. Ed. The School is situated about ten minutes' walk from the Brighton Sta tion, and Ave minutes fronm the Brighton railway. Boarders have the advantage of regular sea-bathing, the school being within easy distance of the sea. The School aims at Imparting a thorough groundwork of education up to the Standard of the Senior Public Examination of the University of Melbourne, or, where desired, to the point where a boy may enter com mercial life with profit. Religious in struction is an integral part of the curriculum, and boarders attend the Church of England unless parents de sire otherwise. The School is provided with a Li brary, Gymnasium. Tennis Court, and an extensive Cricket and Football Ground of i ve acres, adjacent to the School premises. A limited number of boarders is taken. The household arrangements are under the personal superintend ence of the head master's wife, a...
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. There will be no special train from Melbourne for the Sale races on Feb ruary 19. The first race will not start until 2 o'clock, so as to suit visitors coming to Sale by the midday trains. During the holidays Mr. Percy Watt succeeded in landnng at Marlo (says the Mail ") a silver fish, which turned the scales at 8%lbs. The fish was caught just at the entrance, and Ihad to be played for 15 minutes before it was secured. It is believed to be a record weight for Marlo. Everything is complcte for the Sale 8\winutning Matches at the Swing Bridge next Thursday. There are good entries. and a band has been engaged for the afternoon. I-lot wat er will be provided free by the com -mfittee. The first event takes place about 1.30, at which time and about 2.45 a steamtnffr will laven the canal wharf to cunrey passengers to the match es. The attention tf racegours is drawn to the splendiid prtgranufe for the Itosedale races on the I1th of Fearuary. to the fact that all notin ation...
A NOBLE OBJECT LESSON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
A NOBLE OBJECT LESSON. Our Sydney correspondent writes: -The visit to Sydney of Sir William Lever aind his son has brought into prominence one of the most success ful of modern experiments on a large scale for the maintenance of humane relations betwveen employer and em ployed. Some of the root principles of this magnificent object lesson are suggestive, as well as being self-evi dently true. "You can't expect mord than a mechanical performance of their duties from your employees if they have not an interest in the re sults." That is thb basic assuinp tion. Of course, there are some men sutficilently conscientious to do good work whether they make any pecuni ary profit by it or not. But, dbviously, these are exceptional, and we nmust take human niature in the mass, as we find it. At Port Sunlight, the benefi cence of the proprietary does not stop at sharing profits with employes. It provides for them healthy dwellings, and unexceptionable facilities for self improvement and recreati...
SALE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 19. (Before Mr. W. W. Harris, P.M.) Debt [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
SALE POLICE COURT. ---+~------ MONDAY, JANUARY 13. (Beforo Mr. W. W. Harris, I', M.1 Debt Edward C. Lee v. J. Parker: Claim £2/121/, rent of house. Mr. Holland,. for complainant, stated that had been-paid. Defendant did not appear. and an order was made for with 15/ costs. A Clothos "Transaction. Thos. Long was charged with the larceny of a coat, vest and overcoat, the property of Ierbert Daox. Ser geant Neill applied for alt adjourtn ment till nest day. to allkw of the at tendance of a witness. 'Tio clothes were taken from a st:am bat, !ying nat the Sale wharf. and ti the vessel was found the eat in:-\ iworn by defendant. Thit a al :a tion was granted. On Hotel Premises. Leslie Carter. Peter knox ani 11cr bert Ray were ih:trae, itlh having been found on. l. l premises of the Swan Hol-1, Swin t Bridge, during prohiaite. e n the YStht December. Superintettlen t I- Il-r prosecuted,. and MIr. -olland applare't mar hdefend ants Carter and Kia nx. I.re -iting no appearance if Hal. Consta...
THE HEALTH OF OUR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
THE HEALTH OF OUR WOMEN. This is a subject that compels men tion and consideration. Every wo man has a special duty to perform in this world; but she cannot do it pro iperly unless she has good health. It is an acceepted fact that we must have healthy mothers to have healthy children. An institution that makes a specialty of the health of women is the "Natura" Health Co., and we are glad to say that many hundreds of women in Victoria are to-day sing iug the praises of this companiy, and speaking of the vwonderful cures ef fected by its famous Natura treatment This treatment is a simple and inex pensive one. Mrs. D. M. Cliftord is the superintendent in charge, and will be pleased to give any further in formation regarding the treatment to anyone callintr at tilhe l nnny' rooms, 46 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. or writing to her. No charge is made for consultations or advice, and all contidences are strictly respected. Special nattention is drawn to the companyll advertisement appearin...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Present-Thc President (Cr. Fut cher). Crs. Henderson, Kenevan, Da vis, l ntphelby sld Crooke Apolo gies were received from Crs. \\ iddie anti Lang. Correspondence rount Country Roads Board, stating that the hoaurd was not yet prepared to declare any additional roads in the shire until thie whole of the roads of the State had been investigated.- IHece ived. Fronm Shire of Avon, stating that they were not prepared to interlore In any road outside their own boun daries.-l eerived. lFroth Shires of Traralgon anid Nlaf fra, supporting this shire in regard to the road via Toongabbie to M1almra. -Received. Fronti Shire ot Tlraralgon, urging that steps be taken to protect the Latrobe River at Scarne oy having a straight cut made there as required. See discussion. Fromn Shire of Aiberton, agreeing to assist in the natter of tlhe bridge at Uiifard.-Received. lF'rom samne, stating that MIr. Cum ming had closed the road at 131ack warry through his land, and asking that t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 20 January 1914
- -SALE TURF CLUB. 4 THURSDAY, FEI? UARY 19, 1914. Ollicers: Patron--Mr A. B. Pearson. President--Mr N. S. Lett. Vice-president-Mr L . C. . Staveley. Stewards--Hon \\. Pearson, M.L.C., I'.und Messrs G. M. Davis, R. Gilder, . N S. Lett, L . C. Staveley, G. Mawley, iH. Lyon, and F. B. Brennan., Hon surgeons-Drs Macdonald, Ha genaucr and Reid. Judge---1Mr N. S. Lett. Starter-Mr G. Mawley. Handicapper-Mr R. S. Overend. Treasurer-Mr T. B. Little. Clerk of Scales-Mr \. Fuller. Clerk of CourseM-Mr H. M' Lean. Measurer of Ponies-Mr -Harry Lyon. STimekeeper-fr WV. Cupitt. :' Hon. Sec.-Mr 1. S. Overend. PROGRAMME: To Start at Two O'Clock. £40 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. -7 out of stake to go to second horse, and £3 to third. About (but not less than) two miles. ' Entry 10/, ac 'ceptance- 10/. 20- TIL -'iANDICAP. £5- out of "stake to go to second horse. -:For horses that have never -won a-race oni the nat of the value of-over £15. -Lweiit handicap weight not -less --than 7st 7lbs. Five rurlongs. -En...