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SPORTING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

SPORTING NOTES Mr. J. 0. Inglis, the well-known solitiig lmaLi., is t act as starter for the li,.'-dalc races. .10sras. Albert Htay, ilarry Davia an.d '. Scott have returnlied from In dea. and, witth the exception of Mr. ucott, hav\e iarrivetd ill Sale. The lat trI is xpcctced Inext \week. tcorget G3ray, inl LOdonll On F"riday last, llade a record breakt in his match of 18,0t0 up with ivory balls with Tom Xewlian.ll Tilte ;\ustralian scored 644, of which 5.t3 were air the red ball, thus constituting a In 'w world " record for ivory balls. Tihe programme of thie IHairnllstldale races, \\which takle place on tihe 2 mth inst.. weathler pernIttilg. aid that o,, tile IHcylield races, lixed for the l:? March, are elsewhere published, and will be scanned with interest, being of all attractive chalr'acter. The plractico of "scaling' at coun try race ineccitigs by lookiumlllkers is becomnling a colnnloll occuTrrLence. A couple otf cases ill which puntllrs were handed their money back took pl...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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BIG PASTORAL DEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

B:, IG PASTORAL DEAL. .Mr. Copley. of Copley Bros., West A:ustralian cattle kings, who has arriv edin Melbourne. says that he has sold S;o000,000 acres In the Kimberlev dis jf4ict, with 140.000 head of cattle. to *the Union Cold Storage Company, of England.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

AUCTIONS. THEO. B13. LITTLE & CO. Auctioneers and Valuators, Stock and Station Agents, SALE, TRARALGON, and at 457 BOURIKD ST.. MELBOURNE. Maffra, Heytleld, Morwvell, Stratford, Longford, Yinnar, Briagolong, Mirboo North Boolara. Agents for Australian Mutual Prov!dent Co. Liverpool, London and Globe Insur ance Co. P. and O. Shipping Co. 'Flwraith. M'Eacharn and Cd. Curator of Intestate Estates. Goldabrough, Mort and Co. National Trustees and Executorg Co. Quibell'~ Sheep Dip. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Associated with O'Connor, Little and Field, Yarram. HEYFIELD. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. THEO. B LITTLE & CO. will sell on above date about 100 Head Prime Cattle 150 Fat Sheep SALE BOROUGH- YARDS." SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell at the Borough Yards on above date 10 Fat Cows S- 5 Springers 50 Mixed Store Cattle 250 Well-grown Weaners 200 4, 6 and 8.tooth Crossbred Ewes SALE OF TOWN PROPERTIES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO, wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

BUCHANAN'S "BLA?K & WHITE" WHiISKY A High-class Comfort. Fe ruary. Sun. 1 8 1522... Mon. 2 9 1623... Tue. 3 101724... Wed. 4 111825... Thu. 5 121926.-.. Fri. 6 132027... Sat. 7 142128... 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 8 a.m., Sale 1.45 p.m. FARES.-Return, 12/; Single, 8/. Steamers call at the Latrobe, Hol land's, Paynesville, Metung, and New Workz JAS. E. PATERSON, Secretary. Sale, 1/9/18. Otlice, Foster-street. .i.?;SLAND STEAMERS PTY. LTD. -eSulRar Steamishil Service Between MELBOURNE and all GIPPSLAND PORTS. S.S. QUEENSCLIFFE leaves Melbourne every Saturday for THE LAKES DIRECT, Carrying Cargo for Sale, Maffra, Stratford, Metung, Paynesville, and the Surrounding Districts. Lowest Rates of Freight. Head Office-466 -"ollins-street, Mel bourne. Sale Office-Foter Street. E. H. WALTER, Branch Manager. I I, NORDDEUT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

NOTICES. SECURE YOUR TICKETS for the MOONLIGHT IEXCURSION to Lake Wellington. TQ.NIGHT (TUESDAY) TO-NIGHT Temperance Band oil Board. Boat leaves 7.45. TicketCt fron Members of Band, 1/. ST. LARY'S HALL, SALE. FRIDAY NEXT, 13th INST.. at S ,ILLUsTBA ATED LECTURE on ;, RME. pAGAN and CHRISTIAN.': R the MOST REV. DR. PIHELAN. BihoP of Sale. Limelight Views by rsp, oron " .1~hl trne. Adlmission ?ispert from .,u.. 1/. 1/. ____-- ______ IBO T lRS BA NDU. ECCLRSION to the Lakes" En trance, OVAY, FEBR. ARY it;. 1514, Steamer leaving thle Wharf at 1b1Ut S.30 a.n. sharp. Tickets, 3/, tlmlited number avaitable at the Sale Steanlboat Co. s Oltlic, Foster-street. "LOST, bet n Woodside and Sale on Saturday night, BLLE CHEISTER IELD COAT. Finder rewarded on eiery' t , . Harrison. Woodside, or Albion Iotel. tale. LO?~--C-"CLE CAPE. between Stratford and Cl.debank. Reward on ruturning to Rectory. Stratford. -ST, fromt Reeve-street, Sale. :.SHIRE BULL CALF, about six .ths old, dark spots, firebrand o...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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LONG TUNNEL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

LONG TUNNEL MINE, * MIuch indignation is felt at Walhalia that there should be any hesitancy on the part of the Government in coming forward with its further pound for pountd in assisting the further de \velopment of the Long Tunnel nine just as the interesting point in the mine's history is reached. As men tioned in the "Argus,"' so far the Go vernmient has put down £10,000, but holds a cash guarantee over the plant for £5,000 against this. Further, it was the desire of the Government that two levels should be sunk, thus doub ling the weight of the proposition for the shareholders. At least £8,000 of the first money raised went towards purchasing and repairing the plant, and did not go into the mine. The whole of the money now will be used in developing the two new levels, and opening up the south end of the pre sent two bottom levels. At the bot tomn of the winze, 5Sift. below the 3,225ft. level, there are two reefs now showing, one 18in. wide, worth over an ounce per ton, and ono...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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STIPENDIARY STEWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

. STIPEND]RT5 S'TE?ARD. iThe V.R.C. has appointed Joseph Loughlin a stipendiary steward. Loughlin was a stipendiary steward for the South District Racing Club of -Nenw South W'ales.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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MAFFRA WATERWORKS TRUST. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

MAFFRA WATERWORKS TRUST. ---4---- WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. Present-Commrs. Daniel (in the chair), A!lardyce, usborn, Noble, Lin ton, siorstman and M'Donald. Mr. I?. T. Stephen was appointed solicitor. Waterworks Report. Mr. Smith, M.C.E., reported: Good progress has been nmade under the various contracts. The pipe-laying has been nearly completed. As in structed by you, 1 nave examined tlhe extenslons required to provide a sup piy greater to the outlying houses. Illere will be rathler over 11i chains of piping, and the cost of one-inch pip ing will be i1/1l/ per cllaill or, say, £:'vtU. This money is not provided for in the loan, and if the wvorlk is to be done, application will have to be made undtler sectioin "8m of thle Act for an a?unrtional loan to carry out the worK. If this step is takein, I thinkl it would be mloro ?atisfactory to adhere to our prcsent Inmiuinumn size of pipe, \viz., 1 milch, in which case the cost will be S1/lu, per chain, or, say, £300. (Agreed to.) In refer...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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SCRATCHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

SCRATCHINGS. Newnnarket Handicap.--W h ite Plume, Penza. Hlighbrow, lPittsburgh, Field General, All Red. Polldook, Tra mont, Anta, Coradil, ('ubress, Noble Bonnie. Australian Cup.--Penza. H-Ileractus, Bullawarra. Oakleigh Plate.--Waxberry, High brow, Hieractus, Rapine, Antoinette, Ordinal, Pinkerton, Tranmintanta, Avonwort. :: All Flemlngton engagements.t-Ath enic. :Final acceptallces: Futurity Stakes.-Allansford, Ande losia, Satire colt, Betsy Prig colt, Avonwort, Audacity, Royal Laddie, Sea. Prince, Broadsword, Defence, Oalide, Popinjay, Cider, Captain White, Royal Scotch, Braw Queen, Jolly Bearar, Tidanga, Brattle, Carnell. Federal Stakes.-W-axberry. W \arran Hurdle.-Goldlish.

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THE CRADLES FULL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

THE CRADLES FULL. "Bonus, or no bonus," says the Hon. J. Cook, " the country needs to have its cradles full." A book deal ing with this subject in a most in formative way will be appreciated by childless married couples. It will be sent free if 2d Is remitted for post age. Address Dept 45, Ladies' Col lego of Health, 4C Elizabeth-street, Ml]botuhe,.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, Monday. WATERSIDE WORKERS' TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

!LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (BY WVIRE.) ("Fron Our Own Correspondont.) IMelbourne, Monday. \'ATIER?ISIDE \O\'IRKERS' TROLUT1LU. Judge Hliggills has called a cunompul sory conference regarding thle water side workers' trouble, at his cham bers. Melbourne, for W\ednesday at turi oon. Judge Hligglns, throulgh the regis iral., states that h0 had intervenled in the public interest. \\ ork proceeded as usual at the wharf.s to-day, but all work ceased at Sp.1n.

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

?1T. PAT~I"K 'S DAY EIELEBRA TION. .\ vely Ilarge numbner assellbled In St. lary's Sclhool on Sunday last after the 1l o'clock Mass. His Lord shlip the Hishop presiled, assisted by the 1e\V. Fatherl CurTlnll. 'rhe secretaries read a heavy list of corrspondhnuce,, irnluding donations front Mr John Mtills (£2/2/), Norman ML' Lean (tC/l/i. (1riJtlths Blros., Mont gonmry Bros. and others. Mr Mills, iin forwarding n ehetque for £2/2/, wished the St. Patrick's Day celebra tion every succll:ess, anlld regretted be Ing unable to be lpresent with' Mrs. Mills. as they were taking a trip for health sake. A hearty vote of thanks to the donlors, especially AIr. and Mrs. Mills. wishing them hon voyage, ,plea sanlt sojolurn. anld safe retllurn in good health, was carried withl acclama tion. !Ils Lordship suggested that, as the processionl this year -ill no doubt. clips,?e all gole before, it would le nice to rhave :It least 100 horsemen in the proession1. L. MI). D. G. O'Donnell, ,f 11inindon Esta...

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TECHNICAL SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

TECHNICAL SCHOOL ElXAMINA TIONS. Examination results:-jBairnsdale School of \Ilnes-Drawlng from Flat Example: . elementary, Ruby Hough ton; credit, Sydney Harris. Drawing Plant Forms from Nature: Elemnen tar, Sydney Ha-rris, Harriet Schaectv. Ruby H-oughton, Adela Alcxander, Do)bra E~?vans, Nellie Stuart. ''Sale ' Technical School.-Drawing from Flat Example: Elementary, George Riggall. Drawing Plant 'Forms firom ,Nature: Elementary. Kathleen Shankly, Jean Clarkl, Florence 1' Con niell,. Allan O'JMeara. Henry Green w'ell.

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SINGULAR DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

SINGUIAR DI\V iC'E CASE. Mary Lto)ssack, aged 89. a nurse, was granted a divorce fromX William Ilossack on the groulnd of desertion. The' petitionler stated that prior to beiing prolperly married, respondent had her to go through a numarriage cerimony with hillnt t a house illn East Meibourne. but afterwards ahe founti out that she had been tricked, as the minister was not genuillne. Iossack obtained £'20 from her. After the child was borni she succeedcd 1l getting him to marry h?e1. bult Ihe treated her cruelly. and eventually cleared out.

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ROSEDALE RACE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

I rOSEDALE RACE WEIGHTS. Hurdle Race, two miles.--Domus. 11:7; Leon, 11.0: Jack Watson. 10.10; .Wessex. 10.S; Powerful. 10.5: La An nie, 10.2;: Norley, Pistol, 10.0; Gladia teur, 9.8: Kildeer. 9.9; Bushy, Andri cular, Chunda, 9.7: Lucy Barr, 9.5; Brown Bird. 9.4; Canvasser. 9.2: Bo hemian Boy. Ordeal. Moroka. 9.0. Trial Handicap. rive furlongs.--Dlo med, 9.10: L.KG., .S: c'astille, 9.6: Posadena. 9,5; Tonga Bean. 9.2; Con testor Boy. Milanioln. Muna, S.10: Oo ramina. d0oorool. S.; My 1King. Liqua tion, 8.0: Andricula, \.4; Captain Ontes, Popplh.. S.3: whirin. Gold Shoes, Persian Light. S.: I:lectric Shock, Quarry P~ark. Strahand, S.0: Sil\ver Gauntlet. 7.13; Debut, 7.11: Gnorroc. 7.1i: Hlvdroplano. Sojoer 7.S; Godwin Laddie. Elv'ery, .7. T'wo-Year-Old l7andidap, four fur longs.-Eurobin, 9. : Majestic Maid, 8.7; Lord Capuler, S.4: Hedonist, S.0; Lon Range, 7.12: Duaran. Amnaran thus. Posket. 7.10; Weleria. Bardalla. 7.: Rudas, 7..1; Gold Garde, Lady lre li cia . 7 . 2; l.l u s . 7 .0...

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SALE TURF CLUB ENTRIES. Hurdle Race. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

SALE TURF CTLU ENTRIES. Ilurdle Race. J. J. Jensen s blk mi Po\werful, aged. G. M. Davis's b g Ri\vulus, 5 or 6yrs. C. D. Sebrie's g in Lucy Barr, Syrs. G. Nixon's br g Brown Bird. R. Scarlet's Ibk g Chunda. R. Gilder's br g Bushy. 6yrs. A. Sutherland's Rosevale. H. Gardiner's Canvasser. F. B. Brennan's' Lion.. R Lax. .L R. S. M[awleyas. La Annie. - . Mliss Doyle's ,ressex. : F. Bronioe's Pistol. Trialt. Handicap. ;.'-: : Ray Webster 's: b g Rithniis, a:ged. . J. Kenley's b m Benita; -.aged::--.i;: J. Pendergast's ch g Miy King, 5iyrs G. M. Davis's b g Debut 66yrs. Davis. and -Xiddis s b.s c Gold Garde, S2yrs. __ -lBloom. P. T. Heywood S b mi Oo amina-:::. J. Widdis's ch g Gold Shoes. I Electric Shock. Stogai.b T. Hull's . Young Haiihailt =" :. Tom t. Linton 's b g Duarran :2yrs.i G. Collis's L.K.G. G. Collis's Sil cer Gkuntlet.," : . Last Act. R. S. Mawley?'s br g Quarr3 Park, ;::5iys R. S. Mawlney's br mi La Druce, .Syre: A. S. Sinclir.'s br g Hydroplane: f.i ----nDigness. S Sale ...

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NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

NEW INSOLVENT. Willijam Henry Cousenls, Lindenow South, grazier. Debt £1996/14/, assets £2656/15/. surplus £660/1/. Causes Losses on stock and business, and pressure of creditor. W. EB. Thomrn. soc, solicitor; W . B, Irvine, amelKi.

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CANTERBURY PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

CANTER1UER Y PARK. ilvin Tj Hanidicap.-La:dy Dennian 1, iunilla 2, Dr. Hart 3. 5 to 4 on. Tlihr-year-old Handlcap.-Elste Hart 1. Queen Mosca 2, Cool Boy 3. 4 to 1. Juimpers' Flat.-Gniin 1, Ennis Belle 2 I'aunt Henry 3. Stake3.-C?tffon oqtt 1. DIinta 2, TUralski .q.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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REPORT ON EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS AT COPEFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

REPORT ON EXPERhIMENTAL PLOTS AT COPEFORD. We have rtc.ived the f llowing from the l_:trtnlenat oe ?g~"ricuitire:- i ht\-e tIlasuro in orwvarding you the t\>tults o0 the exp'rimental plots .oIitn'ted on Mr. '. 1-arrison's farm at i'olheflrt. Sa.ir lo t the value of hressincg of liae in ordinary farm practice. The l'i soi: isa drep, free, olaclk aI:ln. rtsting on clay subsoil. ITh. 1ilot of .our acr-es wavs divided in to .ix .ec't :n'is, t\wV sections being tra.ttd \\itll a dressing of a cut. liltle p"r acre. two sections with 2e owt. of lic. a;oid tw'o sections received no lime. lIhe hole area was uniformly nillured n'ith phosphates at the ratei of OWl. Iper acrTe. .I1n diiifrelntces- iit the yields of tile variotis plots are to be attributed to the tdiffetrences in thle tilolnllt of lime recetiveid. The resalts of the experi lnet alre as tollo\ws:- Plot l.--Super. I Owt., no lime. S bushlels 17 - lbs. Plat 2'.--Stllper. 1 cw\\t., 5 cwt. of litme.--;7 bushels t :t lbs. Pot 3.--Su...

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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

\VILL A .MSTO1 .N RACES. ! ur,.lt liacc.-Old Nick 1, Kildeer SI'ordhck :. 20 to 1. Two-year-old tlandicap.-Kilspi'dlie !, irtl? 2. Ru ;s 1, : , 1. TiringatainI Haudicap. . .lil 1. , IEfforvescTnceI C 2. Poarl Kin' 3. 1 o 1 on. Plate.--Coolangun yat 1, Lornez 2. Earl iodwitn i. 12 to 1. I'tll-st .-strcssat I. Poldook 2, Iionlll,?me . I to 2. Jutlnper' Flat. Napkarbit 1. Strathdooin 2. Th, Majes tic Nut 1. S to 1.

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