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GIPPSLAND HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

GIPPiLAND HOSPITAL. The monthly meeting of the com mlittee of management was held at the hlospital on Tuesday evening. Pre sent--1essrs. Cartledge (President), Mawley, Benussi, {eece, Futctler, Napper, 1M'Lean, Cullinan and Nicol eon. Apologies were read from Mesrs U Conner and Overend. Correspondence. From St. Arnaud Hospital, asking wiat ..arranllgeentts the hospital made for the testing of milk. From secretary Orbost Municipal Band, forwarding 16/, half procedsd tHospltal Sunday. 1,eomn lironheiner Ltd. , forwarding annual donation of £1/1/. From S ir John Forrest, forwarding cop Iaof .thle Amending and Invalid Lt~u.age, Fenlthes i3ill. ' i . .Makb, Report. SAdmitted durin nonth, 65; dii chI4ged., 46; die,; remaining in htospital, 10;' ?ilr average, In-pa tienluts 46.31, out- pntts 3.1. Receiv ,id . the followli " donations:--Two 'Qieis ish. -F'lshlt± nen 's Association, Cu Hnghiggt. -e ?gg, Mesdames Mills (tMalfra), Gerranid and Davis; books aind papers, Mesdames Luke, IHaIrris ...

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

THEY STIR THE LIVER, NO REMEDY AS POTENT JAS DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT P1ILLS. The climate of AustrdliR is such that the liver gets out of order quicker than any other organ of the body. T~hen thle liver does get out of order the whole system is upset, and coni stipation, biliousness, and stomach troubles follow speedily. Dr. Moruse Indian Root Pills reach the liver in a satisfactory manner. They open the: clogged ducts, allowing the bile to flow, which is essential to the di gestion and assimilation of food. Con stipation, biliousness, stomach troubles and sick headaches are the result of liver inactivity, and tho remedy that "stirs the liver will at once relieve these distr-essing comI plaints. NOTICIS. SALE TURF CLUB. THURSDAY, FEISRUARY 19, 1914. Officers: Patron-Mr A. B. Pearson. President-Mr N. S. Lett. Vice-president--Mr L. ff. C. Staveley. Stewards--Hon W. Pearson, IM.L.C., and Messrs G. iM. Davis, 1. Gilder, N. S. Lett, L. if. C. Staveley, G. HMawley, H. Lyon, and F. B. Brenn...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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WELL AND STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

\VELL AND STRONG. \\What a grand thling it is for women to feel well anlld strong! The Ladies' College of Health has brought for ward a home treatment that has re stored thousands to health at a trif ling cost. 'T'hose interested canll ind out all about it if they send two penny stamps to Dept. 45, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elizabeth-street, Moelbourne.

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MAFFRA SHIRE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

MAFFRA SHIRE WORKS. -4~-- At the last meeting of the Maf fra Shire Council the engineer reported :---l .---Tendeors have been called for y-our consideration as authorised. Gravel has been included ill the work for the closer settlement road at Boisdale. 2.-Road to Wilson's through Fullerton 's, Olenmaggie.--Two additional grades have been set out fromn the bottom of the hill at Marshall's outlet road, 3 degrees and 3 20 to the Glenmaggleo section road. When the owners of the land through which the proposed roads traverse state terms and con ditions, the council will be in a. po sition to decide what is best to be done. The better grade will cut off about half an acre fronl V. Marshall, and increase the area of the severed part of Fullerton's by about 13 acres. As the grade crosses a gully, it would not be diflicult to construct a subway. 3.-I have authorised solme works at Glenmaggie Post-office. A large stump now used as an anchor by the Postal Department should be taklten out. Gra...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 10 February 1914

t Well have' been noticed with plea lae that the borough council has at sti?een ts r .a to grant a sImall eal of road out of the public reserve lar the gaýwork'1 to Mr. Peter Eck ladt, the enterprising miller, who Ilnunl be able to lhav, direct conm S ication with the canal wharf. and fhence to the railva station. Mr. lthardt has built up a large business vern Sale, and his intertsa exteild all f-er ipp9land For the construction, ~fllcug and mainutenance of She line, Sta. Ec?ar.t has to lodge the sub ??S tial of £10t with the Rail "ay Dcpartnlent. er eddmg of interest to parishion place t - aul's Church, Sale, took hlae ate urham. England, recently, still t Rev. 'rank Thorilton, who is le remembered affectionlately in h, al d who was curtUt at St. Paul's lto hr at one time, was married DGi ss Eunic Weir, Lf Narracan, 'yiYPsi Al The bride was given away iion WNeimal Chlalmbers. *he. honey It is s,5'llt in Scotland. t ois a by-la o the Marine Biurd tt oat sh'll ca-ry without a li e Pe...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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SALE BRANCH A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

SALE BRANCH A.N.A. The fortnightly meeting of the above branch was held on Friday evening, President Kelsey being in the chair. The vacant vice-presdient ship was tilled by the. appointment of M1r II. Rebecchi. who was formally wvelcomned and installed in the place of Mr L. Hiughson tresigned, on ac count of departure from the town). This appo intmlent has caused a va cancy on the colllnttee, for which nominations will ho tatken at the quarterly meeting on the "0th nst. P'resident Kelsey reported in glowing terms having represented the branch at the ._.NA. banquet on Foundation Day. andil Vice-President l ebecchi reported on the successful carrying out of another annual boat excursion. The syllabus itenm for the 20th inst. is Challenge Sports Meeting with the LO.i. 1em-llbers are requested to attend in full numbers.

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

MELBOURNE PROLUCE MARKET. The Uippsland and Northern Co operativc ciliing Co. Ltd. report: \',1 lcat--.a. .q ;,, fowls' wheat 3,/5 to :; 3 \, interior lower. Oats.-M1ill ing 1.,? to 11 0, teed 1. to 1/9 for best, 1 6 to 1/7 tor Irldiuin. Bar 't'.--Clhoice Engliitsh sa'rce 3, '. good , : tio 4, lno inquiry for medium; Cape 1 11 to '. 3, accorlinlg to qualhty. a:ze,.-Tile d?elanu or to.s has fall en right aay. Tile Iolominal price to day is 4 , but no businc is IS doing. -'otatoes.--L)eliverles \,ere much light er, and n rl'ces cose tu rtly lirirled a little. 'Prun Ciariilans are lnow selling a;t .3,IU, to , , .-Cgreen anld sun burll11t lo0ts dOWn to £ . )inOiniS. Iincreaseicd tuanlltits Proo\\" n panish 'are not arrivii , ,ut the IharkeOt re mIlaills thBli., Pl'riiom 1i revlln Spanish realsed .7, 10,, up to -7, 15. being Iaid for choice lots. c'itali.--i eav'y qluantities coUtinulo o comun forward mtis week, ;Land thei mark<t is easier. i'Inme oaten is sctlng I at3 , 6, an...

Publication Title: Gippsland Mercury
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TUNNEL OF FLAME. FIFTY PEOPLE PERISH. Washington, Feb. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

"UlNri..L OF FLAME. FIFTY PIiUPLE PERISH. (Fer R.Ieuter.) \\ashington, Feb. S. The worst fears lnait been realised onicerning the tate of passengers in the trainl wilch ran into tue burning lunnel in A.sexico. \\ nile travciihig at a fast rate the .1LexLco and \ortis-western train en tered a tunnel winch had been set on lire. It is nuw beoil ed .that aL Ithe passelngers anll crew, lunumbering over o.,, perisned in the i.aultes. .News iroin Culibre, int Chiiuahua, states that a rescue party, with the Lid of oxygen lielmiets. succeeded in Lpelletra?tiIl tle tunnel iron tilhe south _lid. ll e nll rea?led tile locomotive and the nrst two cars of the passenger train. c:narred tones and buttons were all the rescue larty tound. The remains ire supplosedi to be thoset Ut the fireman and englneer of tilh ill-tated train. ho tar nI satisiactory explanation al: be given as to wily tile train dashed into tile burnling tunniel. As all thle passengers amd crew are be hce''ed to be ucad, it may ne...

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COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. TENDERS APPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. Thu0 Cou~ntry 11.:~iis Board, at. itS II~tgo:l .oe1L:ooŽ, eu l"11Uri1e the texlurnd'_sj r l\'e :ic v It icr CuoiJtI'Uct io~g is IL~titvl o tilt 110111 lonu~go road ICll\\t'011 1. :L11.e11l e ilaltl a ICUlgo a ; - so -ru1.ro .'11o11111.tco uy ±iiouuiipai Covillcl ISl 101' ,euX-I-l 111111trt111t IVa'1 t11 tolpj)111nd. Iin t. oe n11ro' N arracaS n theC ten der of %. L1. Lliingswoitii. tOL o. 0. wa1s aplprovedor Cr craucil IUn a licetiuli 01. th11 111n1 U-tj.:11511110 1o(d near 11 arragunl. In toe oirO ru· o \f orayl, tho. fol lowing teiioers woere apurol-veul---uad LurIlI1g, Jtt. 4 ;; Loogatlla 1a to Ill \'erlocltl road, IIUxulPi 0ld E 110 olig, t;,,u,11/; Leu11go1.11u. to i1rl1ago roan, J. TI. llulllti , 'oi4; 5, t. I' or addltion1al \001'1s '11 t1lo Le1on g Iti.L 1. ttr10g011 r1.01, 011n.1 a10 all t \, 01-aS 1.11 1.11 io1111e1.i 1o00, 1.1.111 In tihe ilnre et \\ uroyl, it Ucicited to 1.1101.1L the OO ul 01111 to 1al 1res1 ten ulre.

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THE COMMERCIAL BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

THE COMMERCIAL BANK, -----A----- The speech of the chairman of the Commercial Bank of Australia at Frl day's meeting, in which he foreshad owed the placing of the ordinary shares on the dividend list, involving the in crease in the dividend on preference shares from 3 to 4 per cent., was warnly received by the shareholders; while from the Stock Exchange quota tions it will le seen that the market has continued to show a hardening tendency. The net profits of the bank for the past five years, the dividends paid to preference shareholders at the rate of 3 per cent. per annum, and the amounts applied to reinstatement of capital, and to reduction of prem ises, have been for 1913--Net profit £134,S51, dividends £63.520, capital re instatemient £60,.O00. The current pro fits have shoiwn a matorial increase of late years. The total net profits for the past iive years aiount to £911,174l. The dividends paid for the rive years have absorbed £317,602, while a total of £243.000 has been ap pli...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

It is reported that the Bairnsdale and Bruthen line, 16 miles, will. be opened on the 1st July. Hospital Sunday will be celebrated at Heylield. on Sunday next. Good speakers will be present, and i'.a Maffra Brass Band will assist. A-t;:p to Heyfield would be a pleasant one. Jane Nightingale appeared on re mand in the Central Police Court, Brisbane, on Tuesday, charged with having murdered Connie Denzuer, Em ily Holburn, and Christina' Mazrol by setting fire to 'the Salvation Army Rescue Home on.January 27. Evidence was called on the second charge. Con stable Lawson .stated that when he took defendant to the Morgue to view the body, she exclaimed, "That's Emily Holburn.':Witness then arrest ed her on a charge of murder, and she said, "They can't hold me responsible for the deaths of these people. A young fellow helped me. He put me up to it. I told. him that I could not get out at night, and he told me to do it." The case was. further adjourned. On Friday afternoon P. J. Oliver, enga...

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COUNTRY EMPLOYERS' FEDERATION. FARMERS READY TO TAKE UP THE WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

COUNTRY EMPLOYERS' FEDERA TION. FARMIERS READY TO TAKE I'P THE WORK. At the monthly meeting of the council of the Victorian Employers Federation on Monday, Mr W'. Haigh. vice-plresident, in the chair, the waterside workers' dispute was dis cussed in connection with the damage that was being done to mercantile in terests through the partial hold up of merchandise on the wharves. If the strike was continued by the union, it was stated, there would be no ditti culty in supplying all labor ,;equlr ed on the wharfs, as farmers and others were anxious to come to town to do it, One member of the council stated that 2000 men could be obtained from one agricultural district alone if they were wanted. The opinion was ex pressed by members, however, that at the present juncture such action would be inopportune, as this was the kind of dispute that the Arbitration Court was really established to settle, and that no doubt the court would take proper steps to intervene in the mat ter, If, however...

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SALE PUBLIC CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

SALE PUBLIC CEMETERY. At the annual meeting of the above the fullow in balance-sheet, duly anu dited Iby Mr 3Gco. Scott, A.F.I.A., was received and adoopted:-B1ank balance beginlnng , y , 89 /1 ;; fees re ceived for graves. £ i4/10/; fees for purchase of burial sites, £104: fees or ipcr!nissionl to erect monuments. 1 1: rent of reserve, £12; interest Savings Btank, Sd total, £200/S/S. Ex p enditure--Curatr's salary. £52; sec retary's salary. £25; oitice expenses, £ 1. ! : fencing. £15. 1510; clearing scrub. etc.. £3: trimming hedges, £2 14/"; tools and timber bought, £5/1/9; gravel for paths, grave digging, £41 5.; telephone connection, £7: sanitary fees, £3: keeping So graves in order. 4; tbuggy hire. £3; insurance,. 13/6; ol-aranteo insurance, 10/; bank charge, 1: printing. 2 : attdlt fee, 2/.' : credit balance, £124, 10/6: to tal, £°296si/. The trustees are Mlessrs 1,. D. Les lie. P. Finegan. A. MacLachlan, R. J. Cherry. W. C. Tnliday, J. L. Reece, J. P. C ullinan, and C. S. Bowe...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

SPORTING NOTES. Owners should bear in mind that entries for Bairnsdale races are -due on Monday next. Both the two-year-old cracks Woo rak and Traquette are likely to be seen out in the V.A.T.C. Oakleigh Plate at Caulileld to-morrow. They are each weighted at S st. 7 lb., and their meeting for the first time in the live and a half furlongs' sprint should be interesting. Traquette was not a starter in the A.J.C. Gimcrack Stakes, won by TWoorak. in the spring, and the latter was not in the Breeders' Plate when Traquette ran third to Eugeny and Bob ,unsow at Randwick. Though her time may look moderate on paper for such a proved flyer, Tra qIoutte can be said to have come well out of a live furlong bout with Averse, at Flemington, on Monday morning, says the "Herald."' The fact that the Traquair filly made short work of Averse wa.s, in itself, sufficient to in dicate that there was merit in the allol., as \verse is decidedly smart. The wind was against Traquette; and, bleslides, the big...

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ST. PAUL'S SUNDAY SCHOOL AND PARISH HALL. LAYING THE MEMORIALSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

ST. PAUL'S SUNDAY SCHOOl AND PARISH HALL. LAYING THE MEMORIAL STONE. Yesterday afternoon the ceremony of laying the memorial-stone of St. Paul's Sunday-school and Parish Hall, Sale. was performed by the Right Rev. Dr. Pain, Bishop of Glpps land. The proceedings were opened by singing the hymn, "c0 God. Our Help in Ages cast." after which prayers were offered up and the Apos tles' Creed recited. WVhen laying the stone the Bishop said:- "In the faith of Jesus Christ, and with prayer for the blessing of God, I lay this stone in this building, which is bein"- erected as at Sunday school for the training of children. and also as a Parish I-Hall. In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen." The 'rowel used was lent for the occasion by Mrs King, of Metung, re lict of Mr John King, and bore the following inscription:-' Presented to John King, Esq.. Nambrok, Gippsland, on the occasion of his laying the corner-stone of St. Pautl s Chturch. Sale, Sth November. 1865....

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ROSEDALE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

ROSEI).LE RACES. Patrons-Hon E. J. Crooke, M,L.C., Mr Jas. Bennett, M.l-i.R., Crs A. G. Futcher. J. Widdis, G. M. Davis, Messsrs J. W\'. Bowman, Theo. B. Little, Langlands. President-Mr T. A. Umphelby. 1Vice-presidents-Messrs A, W. Bow man, H. H. Anderson, J. L. Bow man. Judge-Mr T. A. Umphelby. Starter--Mr J. u. Inglis. Treasurer--Mr C. F. Kleine. Clerk of Scales-Mr F. H. Ingle. Clerk of Course-Mr S. Rintoull. Measurer of Ponies-Mr A. Murren. Handicapper-Mr A. H. Cox. Timekeeper--Mr T. Linton. Stipendiary Steward-Mr H. J. Buck land. Secretary-Mr A. Allen. Stewards--Messrs 11. Shell. T. A. An derson, A. V1. Bowman, H. R. An derson. J. Widdis, A. 5Murren, F. 1 lantes. The a:b?,ve club held its annual 'meeting yesterday on their own course, situated near the township. under splendtid weather conditions, and the mteeting passed off most successfully. The large anmount of prize-money brought forward a record number of elltrios 11. Some persons were kind i noigh 1,t s:-y- that the entry ...

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SALE PUMPING SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

SALE PUMPING SCHEME. In the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday Mr MI'Lachlan asked the Premier-If, in view of the fact that no provision has been made in the Water Supply Loans Application Bill for the new water supply schemle at Sale, he will, when the local authori ties and the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission applrove of the scheme, authorise its execution prior to the passage of the next Water Sup ply Loans Application Bill? The Premier.-I have received, in reply to this question, the following memorandum from the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission: "Sale Water Supply Sclhenme.--In each of the last Water Supply Loans Application Acts a sum ranging from £10,000 to £13,800 was placed in the schedule for a scheme of water sup ply for Sale. The scheme proposed. known as the Dutson Springs scheme, was submitted by the Sale Municipal Council as the best for its ratepay ers. The ratepayers, however, on a poll being taken quite recently, re jected the proposal, and the Commis...

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VICTORIAN CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

VICTORIAN CLUUB RACES. Hurdle.-Milkabah 1, Brown Bird 2, Lady Medalet 3. Plate.-Andeeino 1, Kentloch 2. Aye Aye Sir 3. Club Plate.-Ootacamund 1, Georgotte 2, Arndel 3. Club Handicap.-Cidor 1, Oweenee 2, Black Pan 3. Purse. Jullundur 1, Diomed 2, M?lvaceous 3. Welter.-Gangway 1. Bard of Avon 2, Uki 3.

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SALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

SALE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. The following is the annual report of the committee of the above insti tute, together with the report of the auditor: Committeo's Report. Your committee begs respectfully to submit the annual reports and bal ance-sheets of the Sale Mechanics' Institute and Free Public Library for the year ending 31/12/13. The year commenced with a debit balance of £111/2/7, and ends with a debit of £117/4/3. which, after deducting £9/6/ 9d for outstanding subscriptions, 3/6 for sale of periodicals, and £11 for last quarter's rent of the Old Mech anics' building, leaves a debit balance of £96/14/. The principal items of receipt were: -Members' subscrip tions, £92/15/; Government book grant, £19/1/5; rent of Old Mechan ics.' less rates, £5/6/, £27/14': rent of art-room, £4; picture shows net, £20 6/6; fancy-dress ball net, £16/15/9; donations, £3/3/. The expenditure amounted to £1S9/0/5, the principal items being-Salaries. £100/6/; books and periodicals, £34/5/5; gas, £21/7/...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Mercury — 13 February 1914

AUCTIONS. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. Auctioneers and Valuators, Stock and Station Agents, SALE, TRARALGON, and at 457 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE. Maifra, Heytleld, Morwell, Stratford, Longford, Yinnar, Briagolong, Mirboo North Boolara. Agents for Australian Mutual Provident Co. Liverpool, London and Globe Insur ance Co. P. and O. Shipping Co. W Ilwraith, M' Eacharn and Cd. Curator of Intestate Estates. Goldabrough, Mort and Co. National Trustee. and Executors Co. Quibell's Sheep DIp. LOANS NEGOTIATED. - Associated with O'Connor, Little and Field, Yarram. SALE BOROUGH YARDS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. THIIEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell at the Borough Yards on above date 10 Fat Cows 6 Springers 60 Mixed Store Cattle 260 Well-grown Weaners 200 2, 4. 6 and 8.tooth Crossbred Ewes S100 2-tooth CrossbredW ethers IMARCH HORSE SALE, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, 17 & 18 -.--S..s.r nOP TOWN PRO1PwutTTr-. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14. THEO. B. LITTLE & CO. will sell at their Mart, at ...

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