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Korumburra County Court FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. (Before Messrs A. P. Lloyd, G. H. Murray and F L[?]eke, Js P.) [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

j Korambu.-ra County Court FRIDAY, FEBRUARY G. (liefore Meaac.-i A. P. Lloyl, 0. H. Murray aud F Lieko, Ja P.) A. Tischlfc was charged by Sergeant Crombie with being drank in Comiuer cial Street on Thursdiy, Februa-y 5. Tisdale stated, in auswer to the Bench, that be had had hia pension stopped on oue occasion on account of drink. Mr Lloyd said that if accused did not stop drinking be would lose his pen sion. Altogether lined 10s. Joseph Manuel was charged with failing to send his child to school the required number of days duriug the latter part of last year. Fined 2a. ALLKUEU THEFT. Henry A Jensen was charged with having stolen a pair of side chains, the property of the Jumbunna Coal Coin P8,Mr K. G. Shegog appeared for accused. / John Pearoe, groom,: employe:! by the Jumbunna Coal Compaoy, stated that on 81st January last, in company with Constable Opie, ho saw accused coming from the mine. They want to accused's nou3e. In answer to a ques tion accused said he had a spider find a...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

\V 12 LiL AND d I'll'J SO. Wlnt a sjra-id thin* it in for women to eel wol ii.id strong? The Colletrp of Health |1;H broiiyht tnrwnnl 4 homo troatiuant tbat has ro«fcore<1 thousands to health at a tnfliii.r cn<t Lhoso mere-tod can (in I out all about ifc if tbey sfttrl two nmtoy sfruhjn to Department 4'J, L (dies 0 illo-u of tl«.dih e *a street, Melbourne. Should you fail to secure your -opv of Lb.? Advocate regularly, a complaint mu the i us will result in proupfc i:nvs(/^uion of thr matter by us, And rectification. + to 5 lb Parcel INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES ^Tlo Umuicil n( ili'' iS-:■; I'arir.crs' A^oiidion have ileciiled ilat the nizxt dairy sh-uv havu -^oararu ela^o-1 frr Austru|i»n and N«w Z aland butter, and also ihci.lel to li-vo sc| arate com petitions Inr taicon and honor front over sea doinmi' iw . GOT VERT WHAIC . " Sly boy .Tuck was vo'ry bad will) Diarrlioori, writes Mrs M. l.oy, Furbos, J».S.\\r, " For qui(,o-a fortnight lie was ill ami got very...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

DISORDERED LIVIiR "For disorders of' the liver unci stomach there is no better medicine than Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Margaret J. Watson. Etneraid, Q. "I'suffered with bad headaches caused by a disordered liver. Hearing my customers speak so highly of Chamber lain's Tablets ! thought I would try what they would do. for me. After the lirst few doses I noticed an im provement and after I had token a a couple of boxes found myself quite relieved of headaches, which have not returned. Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

WATSON'S N'lO SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. j/uies mrsoN & cmtf oimoee.

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Everylady's Journal. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

Everylady's Journal. " Everylady's Journal" lias boon making a habit., of lat;o, to consult a number of leading; authorities upon various tropics of vital interest, anil publishing a digest of their views. In the February n'nniber, just to hand, for example, the question of modern dancing is discussed, with particular reference to the TanSo and other " freak" dances. Opinions are oxpressed by leaders of the Church and such notables as the Mayor of St. Kilda; Miss Jenny Brennan, the mistress of the ballet of lier Majesty's Theatre; Mr 11. 0. Clack, the general secretary of the Y.M.C.A.; Mrs Fail bairn, oneof the leaders of'Melbourne society: and Mrs Mary Gilmore, the well-known Australian poetess, who lived for somo years in South America, where the Tango found its origin.. This collection of views makes ad mirable reading, and it is illustrated with a number of first-class photo graphs. The general opinion seems to be that, on tho whole, dancing is improving rather than deterioratin...

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PAYING THE PIPER GERMAN RULERS AND COST OF LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

PAYING THE PIPER GERMAN RULERS AND COST OF LIVING. The continual Increase of the cost of living does not only trouble the Ger man working people; it is causing no little uneasiness among the German rulers (says the Berlin correspondent of The Daily Express"). For the last three years most of these princes have been asking for "an in crease of pay," the Kaiser himself be ing the first to lodge his complaint with his people, and the few who have not hitherto dared, or thought it advisable, to ask for a higher civil list are now busy preparing public opinion in their realm for the unpleasant and unavold ible necessity of giving more money for the keeping up of the chief of the State. Still more significant, the two or three German Federal princes who have •so far had no civil list at all think very seriously of having one established, as their income, which Is either derived from their own (or their wives') for tune, or from the sale of titles, digni ties, and decorations, cannot suffi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

TUB CRADLES FULL. ■' Boiiu?, or no bonus," saya llio II011 .J. Cjok, " the country needs to have its cradles full." A book dealing with thi* subject in a most informative way will bu appreciated by cbildloss married couples, it will bo sent froo if 2d is remitted for (>»ta<;e, Address Depart ment 41), Ladies' G illege of Health, 4G lilizabetli Street Melbourne, For Good Hoots nnrt Shop* go to A ,B, Crabtree

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

£aM> xye/xsr Auffiewnl ULcrfnur u/ao 4<t£cL jbo tn/jJub ovc/t 2,50,000.0(X ayu) of ycvvL M^oTt^ Jsa

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Shire of Phillip Island and Woolamai. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

Shire of Phillip Island and Woolamai t . • • • MO? DAY, FEBRUARY 9. Present: Crs Bowman (president) Daly, Kdllins, Lloyd, Dixon, M'b'co M'll wraith, Nowlaii, Hade. Steen holdtand M'Grath. ' . kixaxck. Tho following accounts wore passed for payment:-—C Nutcett, £b; C. Resovear, £40 .Ti-A.:- Churchill, £o; D. A. M'Casliill, £1; 10s ; .Tos. king, £30; J. P. 'Morgan, £10; J. F Walsh, £6 ;D. A. M'Cashill, £22 3s ; j W. Wilson (metal) £94 13s 6d i C. | T. White, £4 16s; Engineer's minor accounts, £3 13s 8d; Victorian Rail ways, £1914s 93; B. Oliver, £216s; T. Coghliui, £1 I2s; —: Cornwall, £30 15s Scl ; Arnall and Jackson, £9 10s Scl; Government Printer, £1 14s -10d ; G. C. Findlay, £6;. C. T. White. £3; II. Bomvick, (valuer) £30 ; Roadgrader, Mitchell ftud Co., £S0; C. A. M'Caskill, £12; , D Peeling) £2 Ss; Jos. Churchill, £12 Gs ; R. Bennett, £3 4s; Jos. King, £17 13s; Geo. Ctiple, £2; E«au Bros £29 12s ; -D. M'Caskill, £S ; C. Rosevear, £1 10s , J. Davern, £9 ■ Gus •Churchill, £3 16s ;...

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LIFE IN WORKHOUSE MIX AND MUDDLE. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

LIFE IN WORKHOUSE MIX AND MUDDIiB. (By Chris Massle in "The Daily Mall.") By using existing Institutions;a j? y applying to them something like com mon sense his Department ha3 been able in the last few years to Put to what were known as the horrors 01 the mixed workhouse. The goataha'l been separated from shcep. and there had been segregations of classeB classification of individuals. . Thus Mr John Burns in the debate on Mr Carr-Gomm's London Poor , L Bill, reported In "The Daily Mail, May ""very nice indeed, but it Is not t"le Mr Burns' Department has done no thing of the kind, nor will it e^r uo anvthinK of the kind. I know that In some other w°rK houses, not In this one, Umld attempt have been made to segregate classes and classify Individuals, but W successful result has been achieved. The goat outside tho WDrkhcuaeisoften a sheep and even a lamb *,® •workhouse, and vice versa, according to the effect it has upon him. In any case, it is taxing workhouse officials to the brink ...

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BOY EMIGRANTS SIR RIDER HAGGARD'S VIEW [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

BOY EMIGRANTS SIR RIDER HAGGARD'S VIEW A meeting on behalf of Dr. Bar nardo's Homes was held yesterday afternoon at Sunderland House, by permission of the Duchess of Marl borough (reports the "Morning Post" of December X). The Marchioness of Blandford received the guests. Lady Cowdray presided, and said that In the Barnardo Homes the chil i dren wero taught that the world had need of them. The American Ambas sador (Dr. Page) said that the work of Dr. Barnardo had shed its light all over the world, because of the excellent and unerring trueness with which it had been conducted. The Duchess of Somerset said that 60,000 children had marched through the "ever open door," and only one per cent, had been failures. Up to the end of the year the homes had sens 25,000 emigrants to Canada, and all of them had started with some knowledge of the trade they were to follow. She had just visited the Watts Training Schools in Norfolk, where 300 Barnardo boys were train ing for the navy or the merca...

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CHAPTER VII. Face to Face. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

CHAPTER VII. Face to Face. momenta at the strange, big bearded man, who was contemplating her v,*lth evident amusement. He—Robert? At first almost paralysed with the shock, she awakened to a stinging censo of mingled anger and resentment, won dering how Ronald, whose position he was usurping, and Lady Montamor, who was her lost Robert's mother, dared to assert that he and her vanish ed lover—dead to everyone for over fifteen years past—were one and the same. "You—my .cousin Robert? How dare you say so!" she gasped. She felt she was speaking and behaving weakly, which added to her exaspera tion. Ronald ought to have '.old her this was Charles Daunce at once! Ho had 'behaved like a conspirator"; He gave an awkward little laugh and his bronzed cheeks reddened slightly. "I dare say so, because I am," he emphatically replied. "I am very sorry that you are disappointed in my development from the boy I was when I saw you last into—well, thi.-." He gave a comical gesture indicating his burl...

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CAUSES OF FATIGUE INTERESTING LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

CAUSES OF FATIGUE INTERESTING LIST. Professor William Stirling', of Man chester University, delivering the Lady Priestley Memorial Lecturo on "Health, Fatigue, and Repose," said that most of the breakdowns In a man's j life were due to himself, either because of Ignorance or recklessness, or both. Overwork, without sufficient repair of an organ, whether brain or eye, digestivo organs or muscles, was the ! primary cause of fatigue. All tho or gans of the body could not run at full speed at the same time. Mental fatigue greatly Impaired bodily activity, and physical or muscular fatigue had a dis tinct effect on brain activity. The observations of Dr. Leonard Hili on the effects of a liberal supply of oxygen in fatigue were most important. Somnolence in churches and chapels seemed on occasion to occur at sermon time, out It was not in all cases to be attributed to the sermon. The ex planation lay rather in the badly-venti lated atmosphere, and In the fact tiiat Sunday, though tho first...

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RADIUM AS INVESTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

RADIUM AS INVESTMENT There Is no more permanent way in which rrnney can be invested than in the purchase of radium, it was stated it a meetinpr of the governors of the Middlesex Hospital. Sir Alfred Pearoe Gould, president of the clinical section of the Royal College of Medicine, said that the pur chase of rndlum was not an expendi ture of money, hut an Investment of money. Radium did not cet poorer 1-y eiving off its emanation. T^ere was no more permanent w<ty In which monev "mild ho Invested than In the purchase of rad'um. As far as the mind of man could carry Itself radium purchased now would bo valuable to the end of all time. There was no form of investment, no fund they could put money Into, which was so certain to be actDally in the possession of the governors of that hospital hundreds of years hence as by the purchase of radium. Prince Alexander of Teclc spoke of tho encouraging results obtained at the hospital from tho use of radium iu the treatment of cancerous ...

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Korumburra Co-operative Butter Factory. BOARD MEETING. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

Korutnburra Co-o~erative Batter Factory. BOAHD MKKTIN'Jr. THURSDAY; 1'" 101 ill U All Y 5. / M sacs J Anderson (chaum in) T. S. Outran,'rT If Aiki s, E M'Gcath, E. Fitzgeritll and F. E; Kurrle. The jumager (M- J. Proud) reported for the fortn'gh'.en lei January 31 :^ Orcaui recehed. 10. Ion i'18 cwt 2 q's 3lbs; butter ravDu'a tared* 51-ts-i* 1 cwt 1 qc Gh; bu a: fat resjivo'l, -13' tons 16 cwt 17 8 ; net overru), ,7 tons 8 cwt 1G.2 lbs. Gra'e psrcen a^es, baiter.'fat: S ipsrfi ie 90 3 pec c?bt, firsts, 9.3 per c:nf., secends 0.4 par oetifc. Butter fat prices : Firs'*-Wide, superfine lid, firsts lO^'1, seconds 101; Melbourne lid per lb; secoid waek, superfine 11^1, firsts lOifd, spconds lOJ-'l, Melbourne 11 pec lb. Baiter. salfi3 totalled 51 tons '1 cwt 2 qrs, 17 lb^s. Egg3 received, 161'dozen an'1'2; sol') 161 dozen and 6. Ice soil, 3 torn 15 cwt 3 qrs. There his been a marked decline in the quility of the cream during the past fortnight, the percent age of first and second .grade's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

Ladies! j Ladies will be pleased to learn that. at tlx; special rrquest of bor many patients ! dm) olbers. tbo "Natiira" Health Co of ! 4'.i Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, are again , sending,' tiieir t?uperintcndeHt, Mr# D. Jl. Clifford, to Korumburra on a short vi<it. The visit ivi 11 take place on Friday Kith February, when Mrs CI iVord may bui-ee- I it the Victoria Hotel from 9am to 'dcO l M 111. Ladies whose lioalih is causim,' f bom any anxiety are strongly advised to nonsuit her, and learn how good health may be ri>.-rored by means of the wonderful '"Natnru" Homo Treatment, that has cured so many thousands of women and girls. No t-lnnje wharevir i j made fur the uonstilra'.ion or advice. For the conven ience of paticn's and other?, Mrs Oiifford ; will carry a I'u'i supply of all hi •dicinus. ; I'.y seniliui! 2d | ostasje, a valuable Health Onido for women will be posted free by tiio C mpany, A.ldro=s Dopt U.J. : Au extraordinary geuaral meeting of j ; sh in holder...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. On Saturday another batch of members fired their first musketry course on tjie local range, and some good scores were put lip. The next shoot will be on "Wednesday and Saturday, 21st and 24 th February, when members will compete for a Peep Sight presented by Mr J. Mues. There will be no practice on Saturday, as the cadets will have the use of the rnne;e. Following aro the scores for Saturday's shooting :— Holmes ... ... ... 60 Tack ... ... ... 60 Uren ... ... 59 Bailey Pnm M'Lnren Evans M'lnerney Dermody Aschliman Gil lam • Fowles Kuiyht Wobb. N»«s Wilkinson Guard Cameron 59 59 59 u'J 54 53 51 50 48 47 46 46 45 44 43

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Sporting. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

Spprting. CRICKET. Another round 111 the cricket com-1 petion was concluded on Saturday, and the result is that Korumburra occupies the premier position. Kong wak owing to having a weak team, were easily defeated 011 the lirst day's play by over an innings. This fa°.fc made the match between the local team and Outtrim interesting, especially as the latter team were leading in the' first innings and de feat would have left Korumburra in the second position... The next round should provide keen contests with the leading teams ■■ following 0110 another so closely. 'The' match between Korumburra and; Outtrim 011 Saturday- provided quite a distinction in styles of- play. The visitors adopted stonewalling with the idea of securing a win 011 the first innings, and several partner ships done well in this respect, es pecially was this the case in the Sharpies - ' Erickson combination. Maiden after maiden was delivered, aiid easy and tempting balls were left severally alone. On the other hand...

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Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

Mechanics' Institute. :o: ■ The animal meeting of members of the Mechanics1 Institiite' -was held on Monday night, when thefoilowing new uommittec was elected :—Messrs ]?: Walker, E. T. M'Kenzie, ' A. E. Witfcon, J. S. Burnet, Y. 0. Parry, Tliod. M'Coivan, — Robertson, J. U. Taylor, and Drs Nicholls and Green, Messrs J. T. M'Jnerney and J. Duffy were also nominated. Dr J3e<rg's resignation as n trustee was accepted with regret, and ifc was decided that a letter of thanks be sent to him. Mr J. Proud was unanimously elected to the vacaufc office. : At the close of annual meeting the following oHicera and sub-oommittees were appoin ted :—■ President, Mr A. 15. Wittou ; vice president, Dr Nicholls; treasureiyMr I?1. Walker. ' * Finance committee.- -— Messrs. Vaughan, Proud and Burnet. Entertainment committee—Messrs M'ICenzie, Proud and Nicholls. House committee—Messrs Lloyd and Wittom 13ui>k. committee— Messrs Lloyd llobertson and Dr. G cen. .Reference was made to the exce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 February 1914

•ITT®' POICOfr'BD WHUAT far Dsstroyln* Rata. HIM. Sparrow* and Parroti «ta It <a the only esrtaln and canulns preparation. all Imi tations Ta M. narc* IM r*U»w Makata: I/• w« ww1 «■»»• DEADLY WIND PRESSURE A theory that wind suction is the causc of many street accidents was put forward by Dr Ehrlich at an in quest at Fulham (Eng.) on Martha , Rolfo, aged sixty-six, wife of a labo rer, who was killed at Waitham Green by a motor-lorry. Dr. Ehrlich advanced the theory that the passage of such a. bulky and I heavily-laden vehicle would create great wind pressure, and that the woman might have been unconsciously drawn underneath the wheels. If the force of the wind created by the passage of such a heavy motor vehicle was sufficiently strong, he said, it might turn the woman right round and draw her under the wheel. A verdict of "Accidental Death" was returned. rox cxhj>kkm rarrKnta. fc«r« Is nothing equal to KISRNOT'i SOOTH ING POWDER*. They are a aafe and etrtaln remedy: I...

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