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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

Prentlce-at., East St. Kilda. September 2, 1918. lCr. Brfn.—I, a mother of eleven chll Iron, write to help If possible hard-work in* mothers who have vourur children at tending school. T think you should make Vnown vour Pedlc Pomade for the head, rts effect Is miraculous. My srlrls attend the Windsor Convent School, and th#»lr heads hnve be#>n shown as an example if irood. the effect of Pedlc Pomndn. In iiistlce to mothers who. unfortunately, have to co out worklner It should he nore eonerally known. T crlve you with i heart and a half permission to make my ub« you wish of this letter.—Your*. *tc., fMr».> ALICE O'CALLAGHAN. Pedlc Pomnde for the head destroys Vermin and Nits: Is sold by all Chemists \nd Storr*. or posted by J. Brln, Chemist. East Mnlvern. V.. 1/2. 2/3 and 8/9: with *J!t Comb. 6<L extra.

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Farewell and Presentation. TO DR. AND MRS. BEGG. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

Farewell and Presentation. i ;n« TO-DR. AND MRS. BEGG. There was a large and representa tive gathering at the Mechanics' hall on Friday evening last, the occasion being a farewell and presentation to Dr and Mrs Begg. Cr A. E. Witton occupied the chair. Previous to the speech-making, a musical pro gramme was gone through. Cr Witton, who apologised for the absence of several gentlomen, 6aid lie also had a letter from a former 'em ployee uf the doctor's, who. spoke, iii high terms of the doctor as an . em ployer, aud Enclosed a donation, to wards the funds. This was one of the best evidences tlioy could get of. tlio good qualities. of . the . doctor. When .Dr Begg looked round: and, saw tbo magnificent _ gathering . it must prove to him fcliafc his kindness; and attention to; the sick of Korum-'" btirra during his soveu year's resi-; dence was appreciated. Unfortu> natcly lie "(Or Witton) had liiid to have tlio ' doctor io his house at different times, and lie wished to publicly tha...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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£10,100 ACRE SLUM SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

£10,(100 ACRE SLUM SCHEME ' Mr William O'Brien, vice-president of the Dublin Trades Council, stated at the Dublin housing' Inquiry on Novem ber 24 that a great number of workers could not pay economic rents. "Where rent was paid under present conditions the money given to the landlords should go for food and clothing. Instead of building on the outskirts of the city and securing cheap fares, the corpora tion preferred to buy slum property at £10.000 an acre. In order to enrich slum owners.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

_\Vl5Lilj AND Sl'RONC, What "a "rand tiling 'it is for women to feel well ami s>rung ! Tho liadies' College of liealili has lm>ii'.>lit forward i. homo troatmout that lias restored thousands to health at it trilling cost I'hoso inlerostcd uau find out all aboui it if ~ they send" two penny. stani-M to Djpartm -nt -4 J, Indies Uolle>,'o of Hji t'i 4lj lilizaheth Street, Melbourne. iStiuuld you fail to secure your ropy of the AdvocaTU regularly, a complaint made the us will result iu prompt investigation of "the milter by in, and immediate iooti(u'jitioii. SILVER STAR STARCH INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES ■? / A 1.115 SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. "I was inclined to bo constipated and *,vas always compelled to take u laxative," writesMv Hugh McNanght 011, Lubrek, Vic. Chamberlain's Tablets were recommended to me and a: few doses relieved mo of this I lroii.blosoine ; coniplaiiifc. . JL thu.k I.so highly of thorn that ltoiv 1 luke an occasional dose which helps to keep mo in good healt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight Crates lent Vo CommlBBion or Cartage Charged. OhlckenR, Ducklings 7d. Old Fowls ■rom 2/6 to 5/- pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND & SONS, SENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS. MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

A. B. Crabtree.—Dress goods ami millinery all -reduced. Ladies' d ress making department under tho man ayemenfc of Miss Jacobseii, Into Buck- - • loyaitd 'Nairn's,"Mel biDnrnuI* To-morrow liigjit ihu popular comedian, Ad Cree, aiid his clevee company appear at the Mecliauics!' Hall, Koruiuburra. for one night., only. Accompanying the genial comedian are Miss Jenuie Cree, duettist, balludist, sketch artist (in dispensable in the.two sketches to be stayed viz.: " Sfindy's courtship" and '•The Proposal"); Misses Jiuby G roves, soprano, Gertrude Snuuuer liiiyus, tho noted violinist, and not least, ill* It. A. Bartloiinui, the eminent baritone. Don't forget to go tj tliu Mechanics'. Watch "The Proposal," see Sandy's Courtship" and j the other items of a, first class evening's entertainment. • See Ad. Gree in his element as " M'Pliee, the millionaire." Xo pictures, every thing in order and;.popular prices will bo charged.. ^ I Ladies' wishing a'iiew cost rime for tlio show cannot do bci t...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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THE Great Southern Advocate AND Korumburra Independent PUBLISHED WEEKLY. TELEPHONE No. 16. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH, '14. Local Topics. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

THE AND §wnmfcttm JfmUjmtto Puuusiieo. Wekki.y. • Tbuepuosb No. 16. : THURSDAY, I'KBUUAIIY 5th, '1-i Local Topics; ; At a mooting of the committee of the Korumburnv agricultural society ou Saturday, filial arrangements will bo made for the show,on i'ebniaiy IS Mv E. 1°. Oil ley, "who. for the past . two or three years has been coniiectcd" with the.local railway, staff, has bceii transferred to Wonthaggi.~; , Do you know a" farm yoii would like." to, purchase ? If so write Smith Xicholsou Pty., Limited, .who help finance with their own money. Mr P. C Peterson announces that he lijis-secured iiio agency for Messrs Dalgety and Go., ot Melbourne, the Victorian agents, for the Gaiie milk ing machines, 'I'angre engines, etc. •Tiro - total receipts for the concert ' recently held in Korumburra in aid of the funds for the advancement of the . blind were £11 8s 6d, and the expenditure £2 10s -6d, leaving a: balance of £8 18s, for which amount a cheque has been forwarded to the" head authorit...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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"THE GRAVE OF THE SOUL" [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

"THE GRAVE OF THE SOUD" According to the Cairo correspondent! of the 'Manchester Guardian," Cairo seems to be In a bad way: Burglaries, robberies with violence, and thefts are the order of the day. Side by side with and show that, they lire nneresteil in j c *!"» insl.iInlion. ,7 : ' and theatres pieces v.-or tne grossest Immorality are Riven. "Cairo is the grave of the soul," said ■ Bishop Blyth, and the opinion of the correspondent Is that he was not far wrong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

ASSURANCE GO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. • V' FIRE. AOOIOCNT. employers' LIABILITY. COSSES PAID EXCEED £85,000,9001 loueb bv BUSH FIRES and b» LiaMTHINO ara madb good by thli Company. agent8~wANTED. VlCTOBUH 461 to 471 BOURKE ST., ^ MELBOURNE. dalcity A CO, LTD., ABINT*.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

D1 SO IID131112D ; L TV I? It "For disorders of the liver awl stomach there is no'better--modicino tlimi Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Margaret.I. Watr.on, Kmera/ld, Q. "I. s'ulYered with. bud headaches caused by a disordered liver. Hearing my customers spea Ic so iiigli ly of Chamber lain's Tablets 1 thought L would try what thoy would do foi' me. After; the first few doses f noticed an im provement; and after I. had failcen a' a couple of boxes found ni3rselE quite relieved of headaches, which have not l'oturned. Sold by all chemises and; stoi'ekeuj'Wij. r '

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Butter Blending. Writing on the blending of butter in England a wellknown Victorian in the butter business states:— [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

Batter Blending. :o: Writing 011 the blending of butter in Hngland a wullknown Victorian ini.lie butter business states :-ir Butter blending is carried out very extensively in the United Kingdom, becanse the manufacturers of butter cannot produce an article, which will ijieet'the various and varied require-^ incuts of the several counties in Hngland. Other factors which have* contribnfed " to the < growth of tliisr business are—the quantity of.infci'ior. bufcter on' thej'luarkel^ 'and 'the fact thafc. Australiiui, 'Nejv-.- Zealand; Siberia and Ireland (.vuinot. maintain ait all -• tlio ycui' rouiid • jsiipply. Don mark,-is - the only country which can do so. i' While it is-regrctfable thataqnan tity of- choice butter should lose its identity inf the blending .factoids, yet it must be admitted that blenders have rendered a service to those coun tries v.-hiclv prodnco inferior butter. In this-rospect Australia has bene fitted' to- a large extent-. Hundreds' of, tons of poor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

SIMPLY WONDERFUL. "My little girl Zelda suffered so continuously with croup that I began to think she would never get better," writes Mrs 'Gauntlet, 109 Adelaide Road, Newtown, N./5."* "Seeing Chamberlian's Cough Remedy, adver tised [ thought! would try it and could see a change in her straight away. It is simply wonderful how quickly Chamberlian's Cough Remedy re lieved the child." Sold .by all chemists and storekeepers. "Whether you tax landholders or not," says Sic George Ueid, "you must break up large estates and put the land to better use in'the bands of small hoiders. 'L'tie only person who could have settled the rabbit problem out of band was never asked. Ilia name was Noab. Nerve! Guillpman, a workman, is reported to have suicided in a quiet spot iu Frauce. Lie lit a fuse attached 10 a dynamite cartridge and smoked a cigarette till be was blown to pieces. In a rccent cable conveying details of a society divorce caso it was stated that " remarks made in the visiting book disc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

TO DO OTIIISRS GOOD. • "I have been living in S. W Queens land for 'thirteen yea is," writes Mr J. R. Tindale, editor of the Citnna ninlla "Watchman." "During that time I have been subject to attacks of Diarrliooa and have always found Chamborlian's Colic and Diarrhoia Remedy to quickly relieve me. 1 can recommend it to anyone suffering from that complaint. You may use this letter as yon see fit l'or it is written to do others good." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers. ^

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OTHER SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

OTHEtt SCHOOLS, W. T. Greening, of the Jdetho State School, was successful in gain in; third position for Schools with no average nttenlauce of under 150 M-ister Greening is ouly j.mt over ten years of age, which make* hi; sucjcess all'he u,ore creditable. , Esther RI. Will'araa, of Iiongwak S'ate School, w>is pl>icod twi-lfih on the list for scholars eligibh to com pjte in this division. -

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Korumburra State School. SCHOLARSHIP SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

• '• - •. Korumburra' State School. :o: r— SCHOLARSHIP SUCCESSES. . At the recent examinations for Government scholarships, the pupil of the Korumburra School followed up the notable results of last year by successes equally good, and in some respect?, better. Ten candidates were entered for the various classes of scholarships, but several of them did ! not begin work till late in the year. Thirty six ' ordinary' scholarships were alloted to schools with an attend ance of over 150, and the toual school gained two of these, Frank Smith being liftb on the list and Alan Ross gaining twenty second place. This boy is not yet 13 years old, and if he had been unsuccessful this year would have been able to try once more before reaching the stipulated age. These scholarships are very valuable as they lead on to any d-jsired University course. They entitle the holder to four years free tuition at any State High School with an allowance of JE4 per annum for books, or to £12 per annu.ii towards...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"THE WITCH" SOUTH RUSSIAN EPISODE [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

"THE WITCH" SOUTH RUSSIAN EPISODE By Denis Garstin, In the "Westminster Gazette." "I do not think," said Tropheme, "that sho Is altogether a witch, but she is very awful. She Is a hundred and fifty years old, and sho has sixty cats. Once she quarrelled with her brother —long ago—and ho killed her pet cat, and she did something very ter rible to him; I forget what she did, I think she killed him. He died." Tropheme Is a thoroughly untrust worthy In his narratives, but then no body, except himself, believes them. Whenever I had been to the village Tropheme would hover round my room in the hope of my having brought back some chocolate. The children often used to leave bogus packets about the gardens, and take delight in watching the big-bearded Russian workmen snatch up the empty temptations. The simple crea tures never learnt wisdom or caution against the fraud, until at last even the children took pity on them, and their great faith was rewarded by ec i casional sweets. But in partic...

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DUEL BY PROXY "PIERRE LOTI" CHALLENGED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

DUEL BY PROXY "PIERRE LOTI" CHALLENGED. Some weeks ago Lieutenant Turcom. of tho Bulgarian Army, sent a chal lenge lo Captain Julien Viaud. of the French Navy, better known by his lite rary rseudonym of "Pierre Lotl," says the Pari., correspondent of the "Morn ing Post" on November 10. Pierre Lotl as champion of the Turkish cause, has. In a number of published articles and pamphlets, spoken in very strong terms of the atrocities alleged to have been committed by the Bulgarians in the war. As M. Lotl decided to ignore this challenge. It was taken up by an officer of the Turkish army and several French Journalists. After the various complications which so often arise in an affaJr of honor it was decided that a duel should take place between the well-known swordsman M. Breittmayer and Lieutenant Turcom. The weapons chosen were swords. The duel took place this morning, and the two adversaries fought so courageously that the spectators feared on several occasions that it might have a fat...

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LOVER'S ADIEU £150 FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

LOVER'S ADIEU £.150 FOR BREACH OP PROMISE. The breach of promise of marriage action brought by Miss Ansley Kate Lane, 28 years of age, a book-keeper, living at South Lambeth road, against Mr Frederick David Simmons, aged 29, manager of an ironmonger's estab lishment in Seven Sisters road, was concluded yesterday (reports the "Daily Mail" of November 2G). The case was heard by Mr Justice Atkln and a com mon jury. The courtship, it had been stated 1-y counsel, extended over seven years from May, 1908, to Jaunary, 1913. The pro mise to marry was not denied, but he defendant pleaded that it was rescinded by mutual consent, which the plaintiff denied. Miss Lano gave evldenco. She and defendant for two years saw each other nearly every day. They becamo en gaged on August 18, 1909, her birthday: the defendant gave her a ring, and the marriaire was fixnd tn take nlace two years later. Some time after the proposal the defendant said ho nad £200 in the bank; subsequently he bought Consols. Sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

O INVBNTOB* Obtained In Commonwealth and ds» where for Improved methods of Appll ancM. TooIb. etc., of any dMcrtptloi. Full Information. Coata, etc., lilt oa application to A. O. SACHSE, O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corntr Collins and William lt«^ MELBOURNE. An old man who had made a great deal of money, but who wasn't very particular about his habits or couduct. lived In Chicago. His custom was to go down town about onco a month on a pprec and then come back and heat his Inrr.lly and break up the furniture. I fin ased w;fc who had stood him for many years, vu* blind. Finally ho died, and his children cave him a fine funeral They had plenty of money now that the old man was dead, and po they spread themselves. At tho church :hi»re was an elaborate ceremony. Tho blind widow was dissolved in woe. She cried and cried all through the service, paying scant heed to what was golnc on until the eulogy was pronounced. She listened. The priest re ferred to the dead man in glowing t...

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QUEEN MOTHER INTEREST IN REFUGE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 5 February 1914

QUEEN MOTHER INTEREST IN REFUGE. Queen Alexandra received a warn welcotno from thousands of people on her arrival at King's Cross on Satur day afternoon to onen formally tha Hostel for Women erected as a me morial to Mary Lady Curzon, late wlfa of Earl Curzon (says "Lloyd's Weekly" of November 30). Her Majesty was accompanied by Princess Victoria, the Hon. Charlotte Knollys, and Colonel Streatfeild. Miss Sergeanston, an aged Cumberland lady, who is an inmate of the hostel, handed to her Majesty a very line bouque£ of lilies of the valley and mauve orchids. The Royal party were conducted to a platform erected in tho hostel kitchen. The Duchess of Marlboroueh. who presided, said that she hoped this hostel was only the first of a long line of In stitutions calculated to mark a deeper sense of society's obligation to women, as well as an appropriate memorial to one who set a beautiful example to her sisters. Earl Curzon said that It was now seven years since Lady Curzon passed away. Dur...

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