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STEAMERS COLLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 28 February 1914

STEAMERS COLLIDE. " While the interstate passenger steamber Bombala, 4000 tons, was be ing taken out from No. 9 North "Wharf about 12.30 on Wednesday by the tug James Patterson, a collision oci'uricd between the stern of /the Bombala nad the port side of itlic Bay passenger steamer Coogee, 800 tons, which was coming slowly .up the Var«a. 1'he contact smashed por tion of the upper deck of 'the Coogee, causing it to coMapso, A number of passengers on the Coogee received abraM.tns or shock. The Bombala, which is believed to have been unin jured, left for Sydney . » The Coogee was taken to No. 2 Queen\s Wharf, with her upper deck i'i a slate of collapse, the railings and bridge on the port side broken, the stairway leading to the saloon smashed, iron stanchions bent, and rails twisted. When the accident occurred, 'the Coogee (Messrs Iluddait Parker Ltd.) was moving up to the Queen's Wharf at the end of her Geelong' Irip, and the Bombala (Australian Steamships Company Ltd.) was about to ...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 28 February 1914

HERE AND THERE. h'l'e Eskimo of Alaska prroof boots and shirts of Jhc skin of the s«dmon« ,.. TrtVn —"I was A.* So Pleasant lo lake.— i was inclined to be constipated and was Sscompelled to take a laxative ' A)r Hugli McNauphton. Lu heck Vic "Chamberlain's 1 ablets "Tnow t\a,:c a-a°occa5'1onal dose i rl elps to keep me m pood c ith.-'-Sold bv A. Elvish mer cham; J. and J. Albon, Risers; nd N. CoKhlan, Storek^^°'h Consumptives ja ».\ia benefited by the «s« oi L'"IC lb SinlpN Vvo.ideiful.—".Mv little JiW 1 ZcUla suffered so continuously with cioui) that 1 be,an to tM never Ret belief writes Mr> ua™' le,t iC^ Adelaide-rd. Newtown N.^. " Seciwr Cliainberlain • Couph Kcm E Kernedv relieved the child. -Sold W A- Elvish, merchant J. and J. /viuoi ; ^i'ocers. and N. Cophlan storekecoer BThcGcrniaii Empress enjoysthe re putation of bemif one of i«io hncst h°^°"Z Weak!—''Wv bov Jack was very bad with q uiie"•foLnni!zht°heC:'was 'ili ^e^b^beS^Cor^^d , Diarrhoea Remedy, and to our sur-, oris...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SWAFFHAM TINKER AND HIS DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

THE 8WAFFHAM TINKER AND HIS DOG. Two quaint figures are carved on the top two pews and reading-desk of Swaffham Churcli. According to a legend, a tinker had a dream, bidding him go to London Bridge and a stranger would reveal to him how to find a pot of money; so off he went with his dog, and at the bridge a stranger stopped him, saying, "Last night I had a dream, bidding me go to Swaffham and dig in such and such a place and there find a pot of money: but I don't believe in dreams." Then back went the tinker, dug for, and found the pot as described, and also an inscription bidding him dig deeper, which he did, and found another, and with them restored Swaffham Church, The carvings were put tin to perpetu ate his mnini'i-v

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUGAR AS A DISINFECTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

SUGAR AS A DISINFECTANT. In many parts of Europe it is custo mary among the people to burn sugar in sick-rooms, a practice wbicli is con sidered by physicians as an inno cent superstition, neither beneficial nor harmful. Professor Trilbert, of the Pasteur Institute at Paris, has, however, demonstrated recently that burning sugar develops formic acety lene-hydrogen, one of the most power ful antiseptic gases known. Fiva grammes of sugar (77.1G grains) were burned under a glass bell holding 10' guarts. After the vapor had cooled bacilli of typns,. tuberculosis, cholera, smallpox, etc., were placed In the bell in open glass tubes, and within half an hour all the microbes were dead. I If sugar be burnt In a closed vessel containing tainted meat or the con | tents of rotten eggs, the offensive odor disappears at once. The popular faitli 1 in the disinfecting qualities of burnt sugar appears, therefore, as well founded.

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MAN WHO WAS CROSSED IN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

A MAN WHO WAS CROSSED IN LOVE. • Half a century ago a young English man, whilst travelling, met a bcauti inl girl and promptly fell in love with her. A few clays later he returned homo, and Ills first act was to write her a love letter. In it lie told her that he could not be happy without her, and that if she regarded his pro posal favorably he would expect a reply by the next mail. To this letter he received no answer, and so dis appointed was he that from that time until his ■ death, which occurred re cently, he, shut himself up in Ills home and lived like a hermit. Most of his time was spent in reading, and the day after his funeral the heirs began to search the books in his .library, for they thought it quite possible that the eccentric old man might have hidden some bank notes in them. They found none, but in a tattered old pamphlet they found another kind of note—the love letter which was written 60 years ago, and which the_ writer had forgotten to mail. - •'

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STORY BY KIPLING. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

A STORY EY KIPLING. A magazine editor was praising Rudyard Kipling. "I wns glad when Kipling got the Nobel prize," he said. "I thought it would encourage him. He is in a bad way now. "You know lie is writing scarcely anything. I thought he was idle, lazy, and I took him to task about it. He said he knew he looked idle, lint in reality he was trying hard to work; only he was stuck. "He said he resembled a man who made a bet one summer day at the seaside, that he would swiin out a mile and a-half to a certain buoy. The bet was accepted, the man stripped and plunged in. His friend retired to the hotel to watch his progress from the window. "From the >,..idow, with a field glass, the friend saw _ the swimmer reach the buoy in due course, draw, himself out of the water, and sit down comfortably with his legs dangling over. So far, so good. Evidently he , was resting, well pleased with hie feat. "Some minutes passed, and the swimmer had not moved. The watch er returned to his book. But...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEPBURN AND LITHIA MINERAL SPRINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

HEPBURN AND LITHIA MINE RAL SPRINGS. That the Lithiu is a very valuable spring iB shown by the following figaroa, the result otanalysia made by Mr Scott (Government analyst), in 1908:— Hopburu, Lith(o Grains por Gallon Bioarbonatc ot Soda 51.4 192.5 „ ' Potash _ 2.5 3.4 t„ Lime ... 89.6 114.1 „ Magnesia.- 21.7 14.1 „ lion _ 3.2 0.0 Sulphate ol Soda|,_ ... 4.8 2.0 Chloride of Sodinm _ 6,G 12.5 Lllhio._ ... 0.7 O.fl 8111 o» ... ... _ 3.8 2.1 C rbonloaaid por gallon \ 108.1 Cubic tnchos / 102

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Daylesford Advocate Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

THE JajgUaford Jlduaptc Published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. xutsDAV, march, 3, laH. ; To-morrow evening, a grand long-night dance will.be held iu' Glenlyon Shire Hall. The event will prove a fitting finale to the races o£ the afiernoou, and should attract a large attendance. First class music and refreshments have been arranged for, and exhibitions of fancy dancing will be given by the Cooney Family, Cabs will leave Tognipi's Daylesford Hotel, at a quarter past seven. Mr W. McNauiara, secretary of the Woodend to Daylesford Road Committee, desires all those who promised donations and have, not yet handed iu same to forward cheques to liiui or to Mr Macau, Bank of Victoria, Daylesford, at once, in order that a balance-sheet. may be prepared and the amounts collected handed .over to the Glen lyon Shire Council without delay. _ 'The Bight H ura - Committee an Doaices elsewhere in thia ,:eeae ika 3.8 b Annual Art Union, in whioh 100 prizes, of a total value of £1001) will be distri...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

Constantly Itching, Burned When Put in Water. Would Rub and Scratch Until Hand Raw. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. , Now Quite Recovered. fOoo-co," Cliirnsldo St., Footsrray, Vic. —"Tho nfToctlon from which I suffered la, (banks to Cuticura. quite cured. It flrst appenrod around my knuckles and finger joints.. I first nollccd it by my hands con stantly Itching. On putting my hands Jn Wfttor tho burning feeling would nearly Bond mo distracted. Tho palms of my hands irere »U crackod and tho nklii completely peeled off then), and on awakening during (1)0 night tho continual Itching would lceop nio atfako for hours. I would rub and acratcli them until tho backs of my hands would look like raw flesh. I determined to try tho Cuticura Remedies, and having Cu ticura Ointment in tho house, I bathed my bands with Cuticura Soap and then applied Cuticura Ointment. I suffered with this dreadful nflliction for six weeks, ',»ut perso vcted with Cuticura Soap ami Cuticura Ointment and am now oult...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RACECOURSE FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

RACECOURSE FATALITY. The sports at T'ine Grove on Sat urday had a tragic conclusion. In the last race Ernest Brouard, a district racehorse owner and trainer, was rid . tafj Aleinbar, and -while in a good po sition among the leaders the animal stumbled and fell, throwing Brouard heavily. The other horses galloped over him as he lay on the ground. When picked tip lie was found to Ibe seriously injured and unconscious The injured man was taken into Echuca in a motor car to the surgery of Dr Moss, who, after an examination, ordered his removal to the hospital. From the outset little or no hope was ■ entertained for the man's recovery, as ' lie was" apparently suffering from p. ruptured liver. He collapsed sudden : ly, and died at 1I o'clock. Deceased ^vas 36 years of age, and unmarried. To cure blushing take half a wine glass of compound infusion of gentia twice a day. America has more than 40,000 iner pliants and- dealers who air? women.

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

"WAED and CO.. STOCK AND SHAREBROKERS. 383 COLLlwS ST., MELBOURNE. Members of Stock Exchanges of Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. " The Australian Investors' Hand book" and " Investment Review" posted gratis on application. Telegraphic Address— ' WbtiI," Stock Exchange, Melbourne. A. M. DAVID, SI ■ (Member Ballarat Stock Exchange.) Stock and Sharebroker, 6 A.M.l'. CHAMBERS, LYDIARD STREET, BALLARAT. Telephone 273. Orders to Buy or Sell Mining or Investment Shares promptly attended to. Agents at all Australian Stock Exchanges. E. TREJWBATH, SHAREBROKER. ETC. Will Do Very Best For Clients. Oldest Established .Broker. Representative for F. W. Hoist, share- 1 broker, Melbourne add Ballarat. | S. SALAMY, STOCK AND. SHAREBROKEg, Desires to Intimate that he is still carrying on the above business in his premises, and under his own p.eti sonal management. Direct Communications with Mel bourne and Ballarat Exchanges. Busi ness str'stly confidential. Privat...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MYSTERIOUS FIRE. AT ANSON'S SLAUGHTER YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

AIYSTERIOUS FIRE. AT ANSON'S SLAUGHTER YARD. A fire, which did a considerable amount of damage, occurred at t/lie slaughter yards of Mir A. R. Anson, butcher, of Albert-st., some time Klur ing Sunday morning. At 7 o'clock on Saturday night Mr Anson was out at the yards ,and when he left every thing* was in safety, tthe lircs under the copper house being carefully covered with sheet-iron frontings. During Sunday morning, it'was uncovered that) the copper house, the tallow digester house, and the stables had been re duced to ashes. A stack of 'wood con taining 40 tons, had had a narrow es cape, as several pieces of it had caught lire, but had been blown out* apparently by a wind blowing" away from the stack. A similar cause had proved the salvation of the slaugly^i house, one of the posts of which had caught fire and then gone uuU. The wooden stands ot a couple of tanks had also been burned, and a water cart .had a narrow escape, as the shafts were charred, and the paint on tiie wood-...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNHAPPV MARRIAGES OF FAMOUS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

UNHAPPV MARRIAGES OF FAMuUS MEN. "No sun warmed my roof-tree; the marriage was a blunder; she was niiie years my senior." Seldom did the last of the great Victorian novelists, Geo. Meredith, refer to his first marriage, in 1849, with Mary Ellen Niclioils, widow of Lieutenant Nicholls and daughter of. Thomas Love Peacock. But on one occasion lie bj'oke the si lence concerning that unhappy epi sode in his life with the foregoing pa thetic words. It is some satisfaction to know that when the first Mrs. Mere dith died, in 18G0, this great writer enjoyed some twenty years of much happier domestic life with Miss Villi tany, a lady of French descent, whom he married in 18G4, and who died 24 years ago. Several other men of genius con temporary with George Meredith had reason to regret the matrimonial yoke. John Ruskin, for instance, after falling in love as a hoy with a beau tiful French girl, whom he wooed with poems,^romances, dramas, and mute worship, receiving nothing In reply but chill...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNIONS MAY NOT SUE. [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

UNIONS IMAY NOT SUE. Whether 011c trades union could sue another trades union was a question l hat the New South Wales Full Court was callcd upon to decide on Wed nesday. The court held that, trades unions did not possess the right to sue, or to be sued at common law. The Railway Workers' and General Laborers' Association and the United Laborers' Protective Society were the unions concerned. The Railway Work ers' Union had sued the United La borers' Society in respect to an al leged breach of agreement, and in its declaration set out that it was aglreed between both unions that they should unite as one union, but the defendant society repudiated its part of the agreement. Damages, £24 5s 8(1 were claimed. Alt .1. Carlos, who appeared for the defendant 011 the demurrer, submitted that no action could be brought by one trades organisation against another, that a trades union could not bu sued in .its registered name, and that a trades union cotdd not, in respect! of the Contract Act, ...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ETHICS OF THE NEWER UNIONISMS (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

THE ETHICS OF THE NEWER UNIONISMS (By "Unionist." 1 (Concluded.) Many of the Australian unions have adopted the "New Union" plahforni, and are' in the field urging the workers to give the same fchcir whole hearted support. This agitation is going on, and will go on. Unionists may be divided 011 some qilestions, but the necessity of national co-operation is every d_ay gaining-'more friends, and it is too firmly established to fear any .wave of public opinion that 'may be brought against it. In the 'old ■■lavs' •workers Jooked askance at the employer and blamed and hated him. To-day they are commencing to look beyond the employer and blame the system that makes such thing's, not only poisible, but imperative. The change which the "New Unionism," seeks to bring about is democratic. It /will depend upon the will-of the majority. It is Christv-like, as it in culcates the principles of liie Sermon 011 the Mount—the very text-book of Christianity. Changes must be made, changes are being ma...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

END OF THE SEASON REMNANT SALE. During our recent Sate we have accumulated a lot of ftemnants and Oddments, which" will be cleared at any resonable offer. During the Next Two Days Remnants and Oddments Of Everything in Every Departmedt at almost Half Usual Prices. Special Olean-up of DRESS GOODS. Single. width, 6yds in each, all colors all kinds, all this season's. G-rand selection to choose from, G-oing! Going ! ! Going ! !! At Is lid 'the dress length. See them in our window. Extra Special. Extra Special. Extra Special. White-Cream Flannelette 36in. wide. Yery Heavy. 6d yard. Send for a length. C. Walton and Co., The Vincent-street Drapers. ROBERT MARSHALL FOB Furniture, Crockery, Linoleums (to 12ft), Ironmongery, S.P: Ware, Cutlery. flew Goods* of All Descriptions Jnst Opened. BEIT VALUS—LOWEST jPRICES. rimber, Bricks, Lime, Cement, Hardware Stores ROBT- MARSHALL, Vincent - Street ROYAL LIQUEUR WHISKY Hay ward Says So. TYLER'S COMMENCED FRIDAY, . I MELLOR'S Summer Sale Boys' Navy...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

' - Sr-3» - ROYAL HOTEL. Vinooat-stweet, IDaylesford (Kij^ht. Minutes' Walk .from Railway Station.) SQM - BETTER "1F™THE - JBOItOtf&IL •THJ2 FAVwjgriT^'souii"FOB V\£SI VOB, > BVEUV OUiaKOKT. j&VEKY (JUNVttNJBNOK," ^ SUPiiLUOH ACCOMMO DAT 1 QjSI Hot and Gold Wator Bitlis, First-cl iss L'able AOETBLYNEJG-AS LArD ON THROUtf BOUGHT. Ales, Wiiies and pints, very best, with plenty of choice. bistb Nsivij "stabling Soocial -DARK KOuM FOR PllJTOaUAFHERS. «C30.ia.H3:Ei:EE3*Srs£S WINE <fc SPIRIT SULK STORES (ADJOiNINU THE HOTEi.) A. «J.M«-SL.SS| AT iULT8JS TliK BEbT BKAND8 ciTOOKEU. THE WORLD'S STANDARD :7ALVBLE;i INDUSTRIAL MOTOR EN(i! I DON'T BUY OUT-OF-DATE ENGINU . In tho whole Motor Business VALVEL5SS S THE HALL MARK THE UP-TO-DATE All FERR03 ore Valve'eia. Tliey linu from £24 10a Up. They are mads in Elovon Model a from 3 b,p, to 25 h,p. Ttioy will drive ANY MACHINE mado to be driven by Powor, In their Line of Baainoaa tboy are IT, APoatoard ia all yoa have...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

A Grand Long Night BALL and 4- SUPPER'will "be-held at Gleu lvon on WEDNESDAY NIGHI (Race Night). The Cooncy Family Of Champion Dancers will give exhibi tions of dancing! Cabs will leave Togiiini's Hotel at a quarter -past • 7. Refreshments..',Good night for .all. FOR SALE, Cheap—'Three-Roomed House and Land; owner leaving district. Apply i-his office. FOR SALE—Secondhand Waggon, Cheap. Apply T. Suckling, Kor weinguboora. D OR SALE. — Two Stout Light Horses, suitable for cart woric Apply W. Sutton, Table Hill. P OR SALE: Dark Bay HORSE, *• Good in Buggy or Saddle. 5 yrs-old. Trial. J. T. Wilkie, Leon ard's Hill. T1 OR SALE.— Light Spring Dray, nearly n«w; also "waggonette buggy, in good order. P. James, Daylesford P.O. T OST—Gold Chajn, Friday, between Vincent street and Victoria Park. Reward, D. Ferguson, Victoria Park. ( OST.—Brindle Greyhound Slut, 8 months old. Reward. J. Mur phy, Glenlyon. "P O LET—Good 6-roomcd. HOUSE, *■ all conveniences. T. Buchanan, Stanbridgc-st. T 'J LET—...

Publication Title: Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon And Eganstown Chronicle
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Daylesford Advocate, Yandoit, Glenlyon and Eganstown Chronicle — 3 March 1914

IN MEMORIAM IDONOMUL.—In sad- and. l&vmn rc . menibrance of our . dear another. Eliza Donohue, .who died, on March !, 1912. - ' Sweet to .-our ••■•memory,-.'.dear-..to our lieai t, Love for our mother neiei - shall pait, " ' • " We know that our davs, be they manv 01 fw\, " \// ' » v \Yil be days, dear, mothei, in rem6m brance.of .vou.■ you who have /a* mother, Love her while vou may; . Shi; will not always linger here. loo soon slic will pass awav. — Inserted; by her lovinp ,sons and daughter, Eliza, John and Arthur.

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