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

WELL AND STRONt?.. What a t»r;ind thiuy it is for vroaMD to fe^l w»>ll and s'rotu: .* The Ladies' Ooll«?« of Hcal'li lirouubt forward a home Iroakiu ut lihat h.i* restored thousands to. liualtU at si trifling coat. Tluwo int"re-tP'l can find out all about it if Uwy hsii I t>v.i |i"Mny stamp? to Departim-iit 4'.'i Li ulies College of Healthy -> 4(j Street.. Melbuuvue, .

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

How to be happy on wash day: use Sunlight Soap THAT5 WHAT MOTHER USES

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

The Great Montamor e» By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authoress of "The Knave of Hearta," CHAPTER XVI. ' The old lady had to fight desperate ly against iier inclinations as she mads her way to her. drawing-room, avIw" Gwendolen Halldare was awaiting her. She drove lier pointed uails iuti her palms—lier lips were tight set, ucr eyes gleamed, she looked an aged Clyteinnestra. The old butler had switched on all the electric lights. He knew, or nan guessed, much of the complications which had ensued upon the appear on ce oi' his "young master," whose bilks with him had convinced hln> i that he was Robert, Loid Moutamor. and m> other. Both he and the ho.se k'n i-cr, Mrs. Lane, had been instal ed when Robert was young child. They had watched him grow to manhood, had mourned over " the row " and bis sudden departure, which, together with his seeming disappearance " from off the face of the earth," had been a stapel topic of conversation for years, recurring frequently when all hope seemed lost. G...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Postal Services. Following are the times for the closing of mails at the Korumburra Post office:— [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

Postal Services. —:o: Following are tbe times for the closing of mails at the Korumburra P08k office;— For Melbourne at 7.50 a.m. and 4 35 p.m. Letters for stations this Bide oi Dandenong must be posted before 1.85 p.m. to catch the evening train. For Strezlecki (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays) close at 10 30 a.m. Malls for Outtrim, Jumbunna, Kong wak, and Moyarra close at 9.10 a.m. Mails for Leongatha and Port Albert clo9e at 9.40 a.m. Mails foe Invetloch close daily at 9.40 a.m.

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

Thos. McCowan, General Storekeeper, Wine and Spirit Merchant COMMERCIAL STREET, KOBUMBUBRA, "13 EGS to notify the public of Korum burrs that be has taken over bis bnsiness, and is prepared to supply— GENERAL GROCERIES, WINEB, SPIRITS ASD BEKK of the —v PertjBranda only. : - v \ •'.. Port and Muscat Wines 1b. a bottle. - or 5s a gallon, 10 Year old Port Wine for Invalids. Brown Sherry 2s a quart Bottle 2s 9d a quart or 10s. a gallon Bacon and Cheese a Speciality. Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers. FOR LONDON, via Adelaide, Fre mantle (W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt, Naples, Toulon, Gibraltar and Plymouth:— Steamer. Tobb. Leave Mel bourne, Arrive London, Orrieto 12130 Jan. 21 Feb. 28 Omrab 8130 Feb. 4 Alar. 14 Otway J 2077 Feb. 18 Mar. 28 Otranto 12m Mar. 4 Apt. 11 OiUrlej 12129 Mar. 18 Apt. 25 Orama 13000 A pi. 1 May 9 OraoTa 12036 Apt. 15 May 24 And fortnightly thereafter. Tbs steamers of the Orient Line are f tted with all modern and up-to-date ap pliances for the safety and co...

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RATES TO OTHER STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

RATES TO OTHER STATES. Post cards, reply post cardSj packets, books, newspapers, registration fee same as for places within Victoria. Letters, every half oz. or under 0 1 Pose cards, scamped on cards 0 1 " 4

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PACKETS[?] ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

I PACKETS. ETC. - Packets may be sent through the post ■, with a cover (but notr fastened withj anything adhesive, such aa gum poat* age stamps, sealiag wax etc,), in a cover entirely open at one end or side (if the cover be slit the opening must be of the full extent, of the bnd or side, and the contents must be easy of withdrawal). The cover may beat the sender's name or address and the y words ' packet,*' sample,* or ' pattern,' - etc. (as the case may be) ' only.' Packets may be tied with string, but officers of the department may cut the string to examine the contents, and tie up the packet again, Samples of seeds, drugs, etc., which cannot be sent as open packets, may be enclosed bags or boxes, fastened so as to bo easily undone and re-fastens J. addressed to places in the United Kingdom only, the; may be sent in closed transparent bags,

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

R-o-e-u-R $6 pjuil jujure, buu urxlA> HMAK/T Qj ftaxL &af! in/ It

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

In tbe Bast Knd of London there are recognised various stages of intoxication, bat only one state of drunkenness. This fact ia exemplified by the remark of a woman who was one of a groap gathered •boot a prostrate man in the street. ''He ain't drunk," she said, "not 'im. Wy I jtutuan 'im move bis 'and." Should you fail to secure your copy of the ADVOCATE regularly, • complaint made tbe ■a mitt reiult in prompt inrMtigation of ti $ letter IPJ ft, #ajl mttpe^Hpu.

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GERMANY AND AUSTRALIA QUESTION OF SUBSIDY [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

GERMANY AND AUSTRALIA QUESTION OF SUBSIDY There are indications that the Ger man shipping companies Intend to de velop their connections in Australia, the Hamburg-American Line being, for Instance, interested In establishment of a new service from Stettin (says "The Liverpool Journal of Commerce" of January 7). Some doubt, however, ap pears to exist in regard to the future policy of the Norddeutscher Lloyd, and at the last annual meeting of the com pany a hint was thrown out that the operation of the Navigation Act might render withdrawal necessary. Now comes Information that its mail and passenger lines to Australia will be dis continued if tho necessary subsidy is both being residents of Lelth, and the latter went to America to make his fortune. Ten years ago he wrote pro posing marriage, but the letter was evidently lost in the post, for Mrs Tompson did not receive it. Hearing nothing from her old sweetheart. Mrs Tompson married, but lost her husband a year or so ago. This year s...

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

On the Verge. Ifany-a ouo brought back from the brink. There are critical times in our lives wh 'ii 't seem? as if we must let go. But \vc cling to life with a wonderful tenacity. M*ny diseases arc vcvy depressing in their worst stages, and we get to the very brink sometimes; yet the hope of survival is great. Doan's Backachc Kidney Pills have brought back many from the verge, and given them a ne« lease of life. Tin; following case shoold be of interest. Bead it;— Mr David Foray, Railway Crescent* Konimbuira, says :—" My occupation was that of a miner, and through hav.'ng to work in wet ami damp placed 1 got a coM hi my kidneys. Thereafter I suffercil a;*o»ici from backacke, and at times I was so b id that I could not. move, and had to bu even turned in my bed, Thisailmentconi'ileulyciipplcd me, and I felt worn out, and fit for nothing l>acl;ache was not all, I was subject to dizzy uttacks, and tho sccretions were thick and r.Iotidy, ami contained a red sediment Hearing reports o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

Wedding at Moyarra MATHESON—COLLINS. A pretty wedding of considerable local interest took placc at Moyarra on Wednesday, March 4, when Miss | Ethel May Collins, eldest daughter of Mr H. Collins, was married to Mr John Matheson, son of Mr Cfeorgc Mathe6on, of " Boniiie Vale," Mo yarra, in the presonce of a large number of relatives and friends. The wedding took place at " Corio;" the residence of the bride's parents, and was performed by Rev Jas. Tomkin, assisted by Mr Alex. Macallan. The bride wore a pretty costume of China silk and ivory lace, and was attended by Misses M. 51. Collins and V. Mathesou, who were dressed in white voile; trimmed with ivory lace. Mr W. Matheson acted as best-man and Mr M. J. McLean as groomsman. Miss May Pookott piosided at the organ and played the wedding march at the conclusion bf the ceremony. Subsequeutly the .guests sat down to the wedding breakfast, where the usual toasts were, honored. The toast of "The •Bride ant] Bridegroom" was pro posed by th...

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Outtrim. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

Outtrim. A very enjoyable time was spent on Sunday when members of tho Progress Association and the Bush men's Sports Committee gave a return picnic to Mr C Taberuer, -who recently gave those committees a picnic to Inverlocli. The party met on tho Inverloeh Pier at 10 a.m numbering 37 strong, when Mr Newman took charge and landed thorn at Lower Tarwin, in spite of all the mud banks. The trip np was delightful, and various toasts wjjre proposed, the first being the toast of " The King" by the chairman, Mr Ilerbertson, J.P., which was followed by the toast of " The Progress Association and Sports Committee," proposed by tho chair man. Mr Smith responded on behalf of the Progress Committee, and Mr A Penny, 011 behalf of the Sports Committee. The toast of " Our Guests" was proposed by Mr J Brad ley, and supported by Messrs. G. Fields and J. Horsley, after which Mr Taberner responded in a very able manner. Other toasts were also proposed and honored. Host Jax, at the Lower Tarwin hotel, ...

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

WELSBACH THE WORLD'S BEST FOR COUNTRY LIGHTING. Air Gas Machines. The Welsbach Air Gas Ma chine 1b so Bim pie that a child can work it with impunity. Suitable for Lighting, Heat ing and Cook ing. We guar antee satisfac tion with all our Maohines, and to prove this we will put a machine in for one month free of charge, and if not suit able, will remove same free of all •ost to you. Write for Catalogue. WELSBACH LIGHT COMPANY OF AUSTRALASIA LIMITED, . 380 LONSDALE ST., MELBOURNE.

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

TAKE NO OTHER. " For nine years I suffered with a liver disorder and tried numerous medicines obtaining vary Iiitle relief" writes Miss Esther J. Coles, Major's Creek N.S.W. "After taking Chamberlain's Tablets regularly for a fortnight I found 1 was greatly bene fited, and now am completely restored to health. My Father, who is 70, is an invalid and is troubled with constipa tion, but bus obtained the greatest bene fits from Chamberlain's Tablets. Bather than use any other mcdicine we have often sent into Braidwood, wenty miles away, for Chamberlain's Tablets, Sold by all chemists and storekeepers.

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"FLAPPER" AT THE DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

"FLAPPER" AT THE DANCE (By Duncan Swann in " The Daily Mail.") 11 was ner long mauve legs ana mc bow to match In her hair that first at tracted mo as I leant against the ball room wall Idly watching the gyrations of the dancers. She was waltzing with a youth from Eton at the time, o£ the samo immature age as herself, and wore a look of profound boredom that I attributed partly to the unskilled movements of her partner, partly to the fact that the occasion was that anoma- 1 lous function, a Christmas party, at which all ages from 12 to 70 are repre sented and the young married women are In unfair request. Just as the band struck up the next item I crossed to where she was wrin kling her pretty forehead over the hieroglyphics on her programme. "Are you engaged for this?" I asked, with the unconscious 'patronage of the forties towards the teens. "I don't think we've been introduced," she replied with hauteur, tossing a mass of fair hair out of her eyes. "I—I bog your pardon," I stammer...

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Sporting. CRICKET. KORUMBURRA v KONGWAK, Korumburra. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

Sporting. CRICKET. Kokumuurra v Kongwak, Karumburra. first luuiuKS ... ••• 140 bncoud Innings R Chalmers, b S llren 7 V Parry not out 8 W Carton, not out ... 1 Sundries 3 Oue wicket for 19 Bowling—U Bliss, nono for 8; Wea' Williams, none for 5 ; 8 Urun, oue for 3 Kongwak. B 0 Bliss, b Parry 5 S Uren, c Parry, b Cbalmora 2 W Uren, b Chalmers 0 a Giblett, c, b Parry 2 G Bliss, b Parry 0 \V Muirbead, b Chalmers ... .... 8 D Nicolson, ruu out ... ... 4 \V Williams, b Chalmers ... ... 0 — Tate, b Halford ■ ... • • . .. . 15 B Pinkerton, b Parry ... ... 2 W Williams, not out ... 3 Sundries .. ... 3 Total ... 44 Bowling.— UCbalmcrfi, four wiukels for 22; V Parry, four for 15 ; M Halford, one for 4. Secoud Inuings W Williams, b Mickle 21 B Pinkerton, b V Parry ... ... 0 •S Uren, b Chalmers 43 8 Giblett, b L Parry 22 B C Bliss, b Chalmers 18 W Uren, run out 12 D Nicolson, notout 32 — Tate, c, b Kelly ... ... 1 G Bliss, b Parry ... ... 8 Sundries 9 Total ... ... 164 Bowling—M Halford, none fo...

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

THE VEGA "MAKES GOOD" Although only Introduced last October. >ur Separator lias already jumped 'nto the .foremost position, and no ulier make is to-day so eagerly sought \fter. Buyers have voluntarily certified to "lie high-class finish, simplicity, easy -unning and splendid working quali '.ies. A leading Butter Factory says t is A Perfect Skimmer in other words, a money-saver ev^fy time used. These aui'.lltie3, coupled with our •jrices, constitute the Best Value in Mk'tralia. Prices • 12 Gill., £3 15 0 55 Gall , £10 10 0 2S Gall., £7 0 0. 80 Gall., £15 15 0 Write Department "C.P.," Buckeye Harvester Co. 44 to 52 FRANCIS ST., MELBOURNE Energetic Commission Agents Wanted THE EQUITY TRUSTEES, EXECUTORS, & AGENCY CO. LTD. Subscribed Capital . . £125,000 Reserved Liability . . £100,000 Guarantee Fund . . . £10,000 Registered Offices: 25 QUEEN STREET, MELB. Board of Directors: EDWARD FANNING, Esq., Mer chant, Chairman. VV. H. IRVINE, Esq., K.C., M.P., Barrister at Law. DONALD ...

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IN WILD MONGOLIA PEOPLE ARE STIRRING Sir Francis Younghusband, K.C.I.E., in a fine article in the "Saturday Review." says:— [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

IN WILD MONGOLIA PEOPLE ARE STIRRING Sir Francis Younghusband, K.C.I.K-, in a fine article In the "Saturday Re view." says:— "All Asia has of late been sUn.ng Into life. And now in the very luart of the continent, In its deepest, re motest, least accessible parts there is . movement. "Even in wild, lone. Mongolia there Is a quickening into life. The dull, lethargic, heavy Mongols are bestirring themselves. They have long been in censed at the gradual encroachment; of the Chinese traders and agriculturists upon their pasture lands. They have resented the Chinese demand on thpm for military service. As long as the Manchu Emperors exercised over them a mild and lenient suzerainty they were willing to be included in the Chinese Empire. But when the Man chu Dynasty fell and the control came into the hands of the Chinese, to whose growing pressure on them they so much objected, then they revolted against such authority; they declared their Independence of China; they as serted their ancie...

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OFF THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 12 March 1914

OFF THE EARTH! NOVICE'S ADVENTURE ON SKI. (By a spcclal correspondent in "The y . Daily News and Leader"). You soon learn that winter sport in tho Alps nleans- really ski-ing. The skaters are a small and artistic class apart. Tobogannlng is a healtliy and vivacious sport for children and those who aro child-hearted. Sleighing, well wrapped up in furs, with plumed horses and bolls a-jlngle, is for rich Germans. Bob-sleighing is excellent communal fun, requiring considerable skill for such a run as the full length of the Cresta. But ski-ing is for those who aro young and adventurous, who love to range on mountain slopes Instead cf a rink behind tho hotol, and who are sound in wind and limb. The man who is just beginning to wonder whether he is too old at forty and is a newcomer looks upon the young ana ruddy ski-ers at the hotel as an elderly farmer regards Hamel at Hendon. Ah! new blood, supple limbs, and exquisite skill! The lucky young rogues! He merely listens with interest to the...

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