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CURE FOR OBESITY ADVICE BY COUNTESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
CUInIt I"Ot: ongi':Sl'rU, ADVICE 1BY COUNTESS. The Countess of WVarwick describes in "Harper's Bazaar" a si5»mple diet plan for women who wish to reduce their weight. She writes: After having tried every method it is my opinion that the reducing pro cess can just as well be carried out at home, under the normal conditions of everyday life. All physicians agree in the advice, "Cut out starch, sugar, and, in a less degree, fats." T'ho necessary amount of sleep is permitted, but the earliest hours of rising are greatly to the good, and all forms of exercise in the ordinary way, such as walking, riding, swimming, tennis, and golf, together with sea bathing are encouraged. These help to cure so long as they are not overdone. The elimination of starch-some 60 per cent. of our food value-is inclined to debilitate, and one must be cautious or a worn, scraggy appearance-most unbecom ing-will ensue, as so often happens to women undergoing a "cure." I will introduce the personal note in giving...
MINING INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE I ong Tun: el Co 1. Mi:es, Ian ar. " 5.--- ft. lc.oL--1,ef n south n oe; ax erae? S. i ll('es. arrying romt a Oitt e eto l'aya'le gold. Soutl .iize sunk ; feet, total 50 feet: roof 15 inches, ni. e so:id stone, with 3 cet of dyke on the foot\vall side. \s sy value 25 dxts. \Vill sinlk about 5 cet more before cutting nto foot\\all n connect ,with rise. 3t75ft. level. ' eef i'n south stopes off No 2 rise av rages 18 inches, payib e Reef in slopes over intermediate level aver iges 24in.. a little to lair gold. Reef n stopes S. of intermediate level av erages 15in., a little to payable gold. Ma in shaft.-Have put in main bin sets and timbered shaft. Have also sunk 6 feet, making a total of 2S0 feet from No. 12 sill. Mill.-Twenty-five Beads are running one shift. The m?algam returns are about the aver age. Eureka G. M. Company, T~alhalla. Tanuary 14-Middle reef.-Intermediate north.-Am stoping from rise on 6 :nches of stone, showing gold. No. 2 intermediate south drive...
MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
MELBOURNE WOOL MARKET. Messrs. Coldsbrough, Mort and Co.'s tirst sale of the current year was held en \Vedne-day last, and included se eral smenll 'i npslannd parce's. which made :! Iood verages. The Yorkshire ' time. whn bare been most apa !hteti. hatve apparently vwoke up to the fVat that the clip of 191 is fast go !Ig into ine:l:nnl.rs' hands without lhetr wnuts icinE fully supplied. Their .r a:ttitude has to a great extent ita!',,'ared. t nd they are now buying n i pri.cs which show an all-round 1ut!v ote of I per cent. on the rates '-tlingi ien December last. On the other tiAnd lambs, particularly crossbreds, a!: not so much sought after, and are now al!ling in buyers' favor. `:Sales f (:'tmtsland wools included:--Mr. 3,. R. T rnt, Clyde. fleece 104d;? Messrs: \Itirs Pros., Balnarring, chk 11'fd.,' xb ' 'd: rre. t. T-roskin, Balrrisdale, f i' 11': Mr. A. Schumann. f 10%1d:; Mr. - "'r:nwford. Flynn's Creek. xb 10ld; '•T, T. A. nll. Allambee. xb 9d: Mr.' Pt'mD,, xl. Cale, ebk 10o...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
::h::: the next few weeks police 0:fictrs will call at every house in Vic toria to obtain the names of persons Quai:d 1to be enrolled as electors for the L.;;siative Assembly. A schedule a:1S be te:t at every dwelling. This must be ilied in and signed by the oc cupi-r or person in charge. The conm pi:et scichdules will be subsequent ty: co.t.cled and forwarded to the elec t,-oai r'k?strt. f.or the division. In the Gil'spuand lnihiig distInet all house t.u.ders holding m:i:ln;rs' rights will Do r-;.;:ed toi produce these documents ito t.- :l!ic .r- fIr inl: pction. It would i!.cri - re b!-e as t:el to see that all r:g;t hai;.e ieen pir..l.rly renewed and At the Sale Police Court on Tuesday :':.-.> 1>:. .:lacd.i .;id and Mr. Cherry, J -.'.. TT: niats Long was charged wVih theU i:r-;;,y of a coat, a vest and a:: i..rcvai, of the valle of 40/, the pri,.:ry ut AlX-"ert Stephen Davey and i.rti orc- Box. Sergeant Neill pr;.ecu-di. Albert S. Dlavey deposed ;ht !:' *\tas a :ira:ni: n o...
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKETS. FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKETS. FAT SHEEP. 30 yardd. Quoti tio s: -Prime r.ssbreti \vethers. IS' to' 1 -5': exitra do. do., 20' to 23/9: good ti'. ,do., Il/ o 1 7/: sointds do. do., froim 13i :r::ne cr'ssbrcd ewes, 15.' to 16/;' ex'ra de. do., 17"6 to 20 3: good d,, ... 13 to 14.6: Ot!rt'l? from 10/; 'riime Iterin;o \0 \theri. 16,' to 17 '6; ex tra do. do., 15/ to 1/'; good do. dn. 11' to 1s'; second do. do., 12' to 13 : irferi or do. do.. 10. to 11.6: prime 'cr no ewes. 13.'6 to 15/6: extra do. d3.. 16/ to 1/; good do. do.. 11/ to 12/9; second and inferior, 7/ to 9,8. FAT LAMBS. :i3,000 were ilenned. Prime sold at 14,,6 to 16 'd; prime shI rn. 13,/6 to 15/: extra (both woolhy and shorn, 17. to ':9: god woolly, 12/9 to 14/: good shorn, 12/ to 13/; second and inferi:r from 9/. FAT CATTLE. 3.295 yarded. Prime pens of bul 'eclks. £1f0/10/ to £11 /15/: xtr:t do. do., £12 to £13/7/6: good do. do.. £9 to £10: igood light and handy weights, £7/10/ to £S/15/; middling and inferior, from £6; prime ...
SALE WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
SALE WATER SUPPLY. Mr. Cattanach, Water Suppl. Coin missioner, informed MIr. M Lachlan, M.L.A., on Wednesday. that there .was very. little- chance of getting the money .required for the. Sale pump ing scheme included in this session's Loan Application Bill. Asked wh?yhe -aid that, he replied that no definite proposal had come from Sale.:_ Aga-n. asked what was meant by a definite: proposal, he said that a poll of the ratepayers in its favori would be :defi-!: nite. - When asked if such poll were taken without delay would the scheme money be.avaaiable in September for the work, Mr. Cattanach- answered in the. affirmative. Later Mr. M'Laclhlan saw the Pre mier, and after some discussion : he concurred that it would now. be neces sary for a poll of the ratepayers to. be taken. SALE IWHAJRF. Mr Catani informed Mr. M iLach Ian that the repairs to the Sale wharf, according to. Mr. Hopkins's report, would cost about: £400,. and that amount could not be expended .now,. but an undertaking wo...
THE SUGAR-BEET INDUSTRY. GIPPSLAND EXPERIENCES. Maffra, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
THE SUGAR BEET INDUSTPY. GIPPSLAI'.D EXPERIENCES. The consensus of- opinon oof. ettlers: on .the closer settlem ent blocks at Boisa dale -is: that the': 'departmental ir an-i date of i10 acres' obf beet; on each 40 acreo holding leaves them, all :in. a?dirt txcu ty. : This '.is thethird?year of set tlement, arnid: the eq; perieecte I:of- set tlers up. t6- the'l presenti :has In- beend encourag ng.: The" complaint- is not aganst thlie land; .That :is.kckniow- ledged to b:- of the best: quality,; but most of them are satisfied that grow ing sugar-beet in the conditions-_ex isting up to the season 1912-13' isnot • i attractive proposition. -The climat Ic conditions of December and Janu any are unsuitab:e for the growth= of beet. 1We have a crop at the start that g:ves prospect of good growth. but the hot \0eather in Do-ember and January kills it. That is the geheral exper hn:e. and rainfall stat!sties sup :ort it. ' ast "ear cu the i'i acres devoted to dairy:n. g, said one settler, "I ...
SALE BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
SALE BOROUGH COUNCIL: 'At Mtonday night 's meeting f the borough:. council ' there wre: present: The Mayor- .(Cr "Cuilliian); andi?Crs. :.ireheny, Overerid,:iFi egian t W :.alden Futchor, K-Ielse' and -O Cennhor: .:' :Correspondence: From MrE .:l MThonias;,. secretaryP Methodist Sunday- school,-Sale :.apply-: ing for permission for-. the school to hold a picnic in the gardens. on Thursday,: February -:19; also to .erect? a couple of swings for the children. Granted.. -subject to usual conditions:. From Mr. A. G. :Holt, secretary Bairnsdale' Shire, acknowledging : re ceipt of" .communication appointing him as town-clerk to Boroughi of Sale. |e would leaie- Bairnsdalo ohn the: a.f ternoon of the -5th Februarf, and. if convenient take over on:.arrival.-lRe ceived. : From Acting Secretary V--Victorian: Railways, acknowledging., receipt .;,of council's letter with :respect. to.-ar rangements 'made' at the Flinders street Statioix for directing. pa'ssengers, to the'- bookir-- window~s: He...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
MELBOURNE PIG. MARKET. . Messrs. Adamson, Strettle: and .Co. report:-2300 were penned.. F'orstores. the demand was nots sd.o brisk, and prices were easier. e:'Porkers. Al though the supply' vas.: onl imoder ate, the demand 'was : nything hbut: brisk, and prices :shoiirw a decided -de cline on those rulirig :last- week taking. we ght and :qualit? into a0ccount;. best; 35/ to 40/, extra to 4S/:light:from :30/' Barone rs.=Demand 'brisk, and :prices ruled ::firm: at J?lat 'week's a uotations: prime 69/fto 76b/. extra,qualitiy to S5/ priie ; medium :and: 1 ght- weights ;63/ to 68/ iiteimediate foom ?? 50/up :;wards. '
SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
SPORT!NG NOTES. SCountry racing clubs de.siro to have 'remnovxd the present restriction, re lative to the number of i.ny! :iiid trotting. events that cn 1i; i' niei in, a prograinme. With the ,i;.. ( i mak:n ing .some practical move, a intet irigi aiS held at Scanlon's -Hoil. T''a falgar last week. Tho chair wa.s n0e .cuipedi by??.i . R.. Warr'tn!. !'re::l .dento -i the Trafalgar Cllb. It was thuiight :that. the Chief Secretary should':be asked to have the law alter ed-to prniit of more pony and trotting events"-thoe niniiber not to exceed four '-lbincng includced. in a country meet lng;i,, Severi-l -letters were ' received rom I: other :;.lubs approving . o. -the 'snggeston, a ind: it .was decided: to in-. :it e :alI.cutijiiii clubs to co operate in the: minh&o ent _bys ending dele'gte" t, a confexene eto beheld at-iter 11 on July- 12"' :Sdri r C~se~. y 'was app in ed s:ectat ry-; of the ?? ver-eni t- :pOne .f- the mnachines othatreceivei particularlyfavorabilecomiimeitat't...
PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
PRODUCE MARKET., WVheat,. -steady,. 3/6; 'oat-milliing 1/10, feed 1/9: ma'ze, ..4/2;, chaff, to. 72/6: lucerne, 97/6; hay, :to .110/; ?lu= ceine, 75/. -
LAKES REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
LATýES RExATTA. ? The inn:,al re~atta 'was held atf e tung :lst Wyeek. A?lmos 1tall the :plea " "re ocr:-ft- c and nol t 'la?f, te -rfisiibin boiatsh rconvutad hundreds' of neoile :t .tun fromi 1 -all i"rt" o' the lakes? cl-olis -Fim eh'nea. -'ti. i;dr: Wce ho'i't sitsmiles f3 J bitlrsnjis jteope tl; ci I' -3 Dia 's iTlorenýe 5;6 "er' B Rays Florre .:scratch 3 No'c Fsh"iermn' a Motorea:Bot lace, alout .u- mi es: :P. llarlbecl Pindierlrra. znint. 4s "e' 1.13B, Arouckle's Co `rc:a;: scratch ; P.Tiernev's lena '7i inin. i 5-- sec.a :"::Ladies iMototl Boat Rat?e :about .our iiles?P. Harheck's P?Fndiewirra: min?.S5 see:: li ?I F:Io -ecy xs Erin; . scratch, -:; ::3 T-bnsoa'ss Hype,' wrin 55' see., 3:. All Coinerst Motel Boat Raee, ;about-six mileseJ. Mi Lughlin 's Mi ystic Ri ?er 16 i'?inm .50 _ec" 1r ,. :.BoE.. "od's Peirl ~:29.mnmih?' S: s'ee . B Ar'tiuclles C-eroa 2'1 nin 40 seet, 3.
MAKING SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
MAKINGi SOLDIERS .---4---c - Speaking at a dinner given in his hpnor by the Society of Authors in Lojndon on November 27, Field-Mar shal Lord Roberts touched upon the necessity for having men trained for the field. They could not be trusted, he said, no matter what their courage might be. to fight an enemy unless they were trained. He could give them many instances, of what could be done by a very few trained soldiers, men who believed in their own skill with their arms and who trusted their comrades :alongside them or even at great dis tances apart. Fighting nowadays was a different thing from what it was even in the days of the Crimean WVar. the Indian Mutiny, or the Peninsular WVar. The first battle he was at was at Delhi. At that time they were in close order, touching each other in fact. The non commissioned officers and men were shoulder to shoulder, and the firing commenced, as at Vaterloo, at 40 or 50 yards distance. On the Heights of Abraham. Wolfe did not give the word unt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
AUCTION8. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. Auotioneers and Valuators, Stock and Station Agents. SALE, TRARALGON, and at 457 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE. MaIfra, Heyfield, Morwell, Stratford, Longford, Yinnar, Brlagolong, Mirboo North Boolara. .gents for Australian Mutual Provident Co. Liverpool, London and Globe Inmlr ance Co. P. and O. Shipping Co. 4' Ilwraith, MhEacharn and Co. Curator of Intestate Estates. Goldsbrough, Mort and Co. National Trustees and Executore Co. Quibell'a Sheep Dip. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Assosiated 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 6 Springers . . 50 Mixed Store Cattle 20 Tons Chaff, in lots to: suit pur chasers BRIAGOLONG. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell as above Cattle, Pigs, Produce For Sale or To Let, account Mrs.M. J. Reeves 426 Acres. 1 miles from Briagolong, well fenced and watered, good sheep propert...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
BUCHANAN'S "BLACK & WHITE" WHISKY A High-class Comfort. danuary. Sun. ... 4 111825 Mon. ... 5 121926 Tue. ... 6 132027 Wed. ... 7 142128 Thu. 1 8 152229 Fri, 2 9 162330 Sat. 3 1017 2431 SHIPPING. SALE STEAMBOAT CO., LTD NOTICE. On and after this date, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. the Company's Steamers, Omeo and Dargo, will leave Sale and Cuninghame DAILY (Sun days excepted), Cuninghame s a.m., Sale 1.46 p.m. FABES.-Beturn, 12/; Single, 8/. Steamers call at the Latrobe, Hol Land's, Paynesville, Metung, and New Works JAS. E. PATEBSON, Secretary. Sale, 1/9/13. Office, Foster-street. g?lPSLAND STEAMERS PTY. LTD. Regular Steamship Service Between MELBOURNE and all GIPPSLAND PORTS. S.S. QUEENSCLIFFE leaves Melbourne every Saturday for THE LAKES' DIRECT, Carrying Cargo for Sale, Maffira, Stratford, Metung, Paynesville, and the Surrounding Districts. Lowest Rates of Freight. Head Office-466 Collins-street, Mel bourne. Sale Office-FoAter Street. E. H. WALTER, Branch Manager. IMPERIAL GERMA...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
MARRIAGE. CAi TLEnDGT-ELLIS.-On Monday, i'th J:inual'y. 1.914. Frederick. se ic:: so::f :Mr. and Mrs. F. Cart ie,!.. t,; \'inifred, eldest daughter ,.f M:. ::':ti M1rs. W. Ellis, of Sale. DEATH. EGAN.-O-.n the 21st inst.. at the Gippsl;and Hospital, Mary Egan, agd *'* ,years. R.I.P. FUNERAL NOTICE. Th; Fri"nds of MRS. MARY EGAN, ;at. of Longford, are respectfully in v;:rd t, f i'o.v her remains to the p'ta4,- ; interment, the Sale General Th. VFneria will leave St. Mary .' cat.dra-l! THIS DAY (Friday, Janu ary "3, 141). at 2 p.m. J. K. M'LEAN & SON, Undertakers. I G PSLA )D ii CtUl Y. iIID)AY, JANUARIY 2:1
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
NOTICES. WANTED.-A MAN, as Ward Clean er.-Apply Matron, Gippsland Hospital. A DISCLAIMER. I AM NOT the George South charg ed at Cuninghame Petty Sessions re cently. GEO. HENRY SOUTH, c/o 1'W. S. Barke, Cuninghame. THE NATIONAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED. It is the intention of the Associa tion, :ft'r one month fromi this date, to Issue iuder Part l:1 of "'The Com panites Act 1S90" a SPECIAL POLICY I lhe ,'ltac of Policy No. S02S0 on the life o .TAMES THOMAS M'NAUGl-I TON. dated the 26thi day of January, 1901, which has been lost. E. J. STOCK. General Manager. Melcburne. 19th January. 1914. CLECG, MILLER & MiORROW Architects, BXLL \RAT, SALE AND) ITORSHAM Sale Representative, Mr WV. C MORIIOW, who may 1,e consulted at Mr C?in's late office, Foster-street, or Club Hotel, Sale. Plans and stnimates prepared for All Classes of Buildings. . 6ý A bracing, ";^^o tonic beverage. CHURCH NOTICES. M,.hodisit 'ih rcht.-Sale 11. Maffra d3 7 ,is .le 7.;t. Ie. L. T. Pear...
MEMBERS OF DIAMOND CLUB EVIDENCE IN PEARL CASE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
MEMBERS OF DIAMOND CLUB EVIDENCE IN PEARL CASE Evidence was given at the Old Bailey yesterday by a postman named Neville, who delivered the registered package which should have contained the £135,000 pearl necklace, concern ing the theft of which James Lockett, Joseph Grizzard, Simon Silverman, and Leisir Gutwirth are on their trial (reports the "Daily Express" of No' vember 22). Neville was called by Mr. Valetta. whilo appeared for Silverman. ''I delivered the parcel intact," he said. "I would not swear it was the one, but it was very similar to it. I have delivered many parcels of that description." Mr. Valetta: Were you alone on that occasion?-No; I had a bag car rier. Do you know any of these men? -I know Gutwirth and Silverman. Did you have anything to say to these two men when you were on your round ?-No, sir. LETTER IN HIS BOX I)o you remember if you delivered any parcel to Silverman's oflice?" put a letter in his box. You did not see hiim or hand him personally anything that...
RALPH WALDO TRINE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
RALPH WALDO TRINE Some interesting particulars of the career of Mr Ralph Waldo Trine. whose books are well known in this country, are supplied by the "Chris tian Commonwealth." Born at Mount Morris, in Illinois. in 1S66, the author of the "Life SBoks" had to face a great many hardships In early life. Before he could begin the course of study at Carthage College. on which he had set his heart. Mr Trine had to earn sufficieent money in his native village by chopping wood and doing similar work. While at college Mr Trine supported himself by private tutorial work, and after leaving found various employ ments both industrial and intellectual; teaching, lecturing, and newspaper work has been varied by manual labor and even some spells of unemployment. Mr Trine does most of his writing out of doors, and loves to work in the fields. He lives on a farm of some six ty acres in extent up among the \in chester hills, an hour's ride north of New York City, with a fine view for twenty-five miles...
PROPER FERTILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 23 January 1914
PROPER . FERTILISATION. The greatest econonuc and s.vwial problem ever presented to man is the proper fertilisation of the soil. Newes sities are multiplying beyond the dreams of those who lived " ae.turY ago. The consumption of cereals is ex tending, and is becominun a promin' nt part in the feeding of .to peoples r all countries. The tilhinr of the seil. from being an incidental employment of eke-out existence, has become the reliance of all civilised and half-ciui lised people, and an industrial era has been born which involves entire tr;nis formation of old methods Thus has the problem developed. The, intensive cultivation of the soil has he come a necessity, and to enable this system to be proloiged, it has e?iually become a necessity to restore to thei soil the plant food taken. from it .All tillers of the soil will have to fe?ld their stock. Many of them do so noiy. hut many make a wry face when tlhey have to pay for their supplies of fer tilisers. and in bad times the first ...