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STRANGE HONEYMOONS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

STRANGE HONEYMOONS. Surely one of the strangest was that of an American couple who, in June of last year, set out from New York harbor on a honeymoon trip to the Bermuda Islands in a tiny "cockle shell" boat some 12ft. long by 3ft. broad. No less thrilling a honeymoon ex perience was that of a Mr. and Mrs. Edgar, who were married in Peking in the Legation chapel, on the day preceding that on which the Boxer riots broke out, and who, perforce, had to spend the first few weeks of their married life prisoners in the in vested city, witnessing many of the horrors of the rebellion, and going in daily fear of assassination. Another couple on the Continent, ' immediately after the marriage knot was tied, started off by balloon for England. Leaving Paris at four o'clock in the afternoon, they man aged to land across the Chan nel the following morning, after a somewhat exciting time among the clouds. Then an adventurous pair of Swiss lovers, botli keen mountaineers, clioao the summit or Mont...

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

SWEARS BY IT. " '• My little grandchild Olive was ittftck'ril with bronchitis and coilr'ng f tried did hor any »rod," says Mrs '1. lleiidifoii. 1SG Tasman Street, \Tewiti.sn, N.Z. " [LuiDgseen Chara r-rln n's Couth Rpnier'y advertised as eini; mo't i fl'ective in the treatment it b ou^hitis I thousjl t I woull try it. I did so auil it-gave her immediate elief .from the first dosj. Now I ! wear by . Chambtrlaid'* Cough Uemcdy. • Sold by . all chemists and storekeepers. - D^vxas' - ....FOB.... Autumn & Winter. ■MILLINERY. SEE OUR TVINDOWS. -B= DAY1E3,THE E house JES. © JEZX7&3: buiira A. B. CRABTREE. New Winter Goods LADIES arid GENTLEMEN—Before mnkios your winter purchases call and inspect our stock. DRESS GOODS, A large and well assorted stock of New and Seaaonabb Dress Woods bought for the present season DRESSMAKING ROOMS. Now open under new mrnagement. Ladies' Coats and Skirts a speciality. Ladies' Dresses made in all the latest ! styles. Wedding and Mourning Order...

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BADLY-DRESSED QUEENS. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

BADLY-DRESSED QUEENS. | It lias been often asserted by those who know that scarcely one royal lady in Europe is really well dressed. Some of the younger royalties wear dresses too old for their years, and some of the older garb themselves in a fashion that is too young. The Empress of Germany is the best-dressed woman on a European throne, bne docs not "buy her dresses in Paris, 'but in Berlin, London aad Vienna. Counting every item, the Kaiserin spends about £2000 a year on dress. The Queen of Holland is said to be the worst-dressed sove i reign. In spite of this, she manages to spend about twice as much on her clothes as does Queen Mary. The former spends about £4000 a year, whilst the latter spends, on an aver age, about £2000. Queen Wilhelmina is accused of showing very bad taste in the choice of her froclts and hats. However, she has some excuse, for in loyalty to her own country she only e ploys Dutch dressmakers, and who ever heard of a noted Dutch modiste? The costumes and h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

BECOMMBNDS THEM TO HIS CUSTOMEttS. " For souia time I suffered with indigestion caused by disordered livei and stomach," says Mr G. M, Harvey, Gypsum Street, Kaihvay Town Broken Hill, N.S.W, The only thing lhat gave me relief, u as On nuberlain's Tablets uml I consider ;ln.-tn uimjual fo^disor.ii: a "i tiic 1 vtrand stomach. 1 stock iheiu in iuy shop and recota Uieiid tii<r/n to all of my c!)«oiutrrd ; ju fact I cannot speak to.i higliiy of Ghtmherli.iu's T.iuieis " Sold by all chemists aud storekeepers. SILVER STAR STARCH THE 8EST IN THE WORLD INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES Moro than 12,000 "Deering" and "Mr . Cormick" Grain Drills will bo at work in Australia this sooding Soason. l'hcir numbers increase steadily overy year becauso thoy do their work riffht.- Inter national Harvester Co, of Aus. Pty, Ltd., Bri»„ Byi., Welt>„ A&th, Perth, and hefty 0,, - It Comes many Ways. ' I ;o: But however it may come tlie Remedy readies all. Kidney complaint may begin from ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

Wear and Tear. As the years roll on in their track less course, the stress and strain of modern existence slowly hut surely have their effect, and, as we approach middle life, most of us suffer from ail ments, such as rheumatism, gout, neu ralgia, lumbago, sciatica, anaemia, in digestion, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache. general debility, gravel, stone and bladder troubles. The in efficient action of the kidneys and liver is the prime factor when we suf fer from one or more of these com plaints, and in such cases it is neces sary to restore the kidneys and liver ■ to health and activity ore a cure can be effected. Warner's Safe Cure pos sesses remarkable curative and restor ative properties in kidney and liver disorders, and sufferers from any of the above-mentioned ailments are con fidently recommended to at once seek the aid of Warner's Safe Cure in or der that the uric and biliary poisons, the retention of which causes the af fliction, may be removed from' the sys tem, and h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

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Meeting the Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

Meeting the Difficulty. A good story is told, of a worthy Quaker who lived in a country town. The friend was rich and ibenevolent, and his means were put in frequent requisition for purposes of local char ity or usefulness. -The towuspople wanted to rebuild their parish church and a committee was appointed to raise funds. It was agreed that the Quaker could not lie aslced to sub scribe towards an object so contrary to his principles; ibut then, on the other hand, so true a friend to the town might take it amiss if he 'Were not at least consulted on a matter of such general interest. So one of (heir number went and explained to him their project the old church was to be removed, and such and such steps taken towards the construction ct a new one. "Tliee wast' right," said the .Quak er, "in supposing that my principles would not allow me to assist in buil-1 ing a church. But didst thee not say something about pulling down a church? Thee mayst put my name down for a hundred pounds to p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

A GOOD BUSINESS SUIT AT A REASONABLE PRICE, MADE TO YOUR MEASURE. FOR 35/ Try one of these Suits and you will be agreeably surprised at their marvellous value —you have the pick of the largest variety in Australia ot Suitings lu the latest shades ■ and designs to choose from. M-L ONE PRICt. Ordering elaewhore Is sheer waste of money, as the Suit I ] make tor SB/- ts equal to anything else at 70/-. J Patterns, S.M. form and tape eent to any addreHs. Fit and Style Guaranteed. W. H. BRUCE, THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR. 159 BOURKE STREET. MELBOURNE. CLOSER SETTLEMENT FARM ALLOTMENTS Application Is invited for Farming Areas on the Undermentioned Estates— Estate. District. No. of Allotments Available. Suitable for wheat growing and sheep farming. Suitable for dairying and mixed farming. Dairying and Beet Growing. Allotments BUitable for Agricultural Laborers', Workmen's and Clerka' Homes are available as under:— ~ • Agricultural Laborers*—Allamboc ERtate," 2 allotments. — ' "*-***"J ■*" t— t..." t...

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A LAKE OF SOAP. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

A LAKE OF SOAP. . One of Nature's marvels is to be seen in the north-east corner of the State of Washington. It is a lake which hears the name of Soap Lake, and is three miles in length by one mile in breadth. The water in the lake tastes like a mixture of soap and salt, and its peculiar properties are such that when t.lie water is heat ed 110 soap is required for a bath, for as soon as the water conies in contact with the natural "oil of the skin, and is gently rubbed, it forms a beautiful lather. The only drawback .is that wliftn applied to the head, one's hair is apt to turn from its natural color to a dusty red, if not washed with fresh water. In other words, it bleaches, the soda in the water no doubt be ing the cause of this. The Soap Lake is well known throughout America on account of its wonderful healing properties. In deed, it is asserted that its waters provide "a cure for all the ills the flesh is heir to. Rheumatism, skin diseases, stomach and blood disor ders—all seem ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

Fuller & Johnson Farm Pump Engine. A small portable engine that can be used to work any hand-power machine. Place it where you want it, with out any special fixings, and it will work without any at tention and at the cost of one penny per hour. Hitch it to your pump, separator, wiimower. churn, washing machine ..or fire hose,"and you will be dollglitod Svitb the result. . • PRICE S 35. \vrite ior i>uu Particulars. k pr. ..Cl>» HARVESTING CO., 44-52 FRANCIS ST., MELB. Energetic Commission Agents Wanted. PIGS and CALVES STONE and CO. (Regd.), ROBERT SCHULTE, Proprietor. WHOLESALE meat salesman, METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET NORTH MELBOURNE. Are open to Receive Carcase Pork and Veal Any Day During th^AVeek. Sales Daily. Highest Prices Realised Latest Cold Storage Chambers. Prompi Account Sales. Correspondence Invited. See our Weekly Reports iu Market Reports. Aaot| tba —arlaat wom of • t»-4ay la riM whom gamMl* kinkmnamMkm. ft* took* ju* aa V «ha ba4 atoppai mt of a bud bas. F...

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TAKE A HOT FOOT-BATH BEFORE GOING TO BED. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

TAKE A HOT FOOT-BATH BEFORE GOING TO BED. There is a mode of using hot wa ter, which is an exceedingly valuable one, according to the late Sir Hen ry Thompson in "Diet in Relation to Age and Activity." It is the habit of taking a hot foot-bath every night before going to bed, for about ten or twelve minutes as hot as it can be borne. The effect of this on the feet, which should be immersed over the ankle, is to fill their vessels with blood— rendered apparent by their deep red color—and this affords relief, by withdrawing It from the brain. Es pecially after intellectual activity re sulting from public life, etc., as above referred to, also after prolong ed study or literary labor at niglit, the tranquillising effect on the ner vous system is very remarkable, and uiet sleep is promoted. Let the high est temperature which can be borne be maintained for at least ten minutes by repeated small additions from the hot-water can close at hand. According to Paris statistics, out of 2,525 wi...

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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

CHAFTEK If J. . When we arrived it our rot Inge I rat iu tl.c moment i.a'-ey openedthe door. "Jolia! John!" ] called mil, as crossed the hall am! entered his lit;! smoking-room. . • lie was no! there. m>" wa< he in th dining-room into which j peeped. As 1 novel- sat in l!:e diniiig-ro ci unless I wa in, I trieil the p'n\leu iicsi. where li liked io wall; and sit, smoking. in the h>n evenings-. J'ut in vain; there was i; sign c'l ! his jircseiiee anywhere, and lie' ther eould I perceive the faintest. sine of I'igars or Inlwcf. bv whii h ! had oftc said John conld be tracked halr-a-nii "Perhaps he upstairs." suggesti father, who followed me about in mu. A horrid vision of John ill, or perha| committing some desperate deed. haunt me as ] lmrried upstairs. Hut our lui-j. bedroom am! dressing-room were as ii, noceiit of his -presence as the rest of tli house.' They were/horribly tidy, look in v as if they had not been eiiieiv.l since left, and T kicked a rug aside a'i T ...

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OUR ONLY QUARREL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

| OUR ONLY QUARREL. Br E. a Kswrow. When John and I married I made nj my mind that we won id never quarrel, at least as far as I was concerned, and tliej say that it takes two to make a quarrel fid that I thought that I had the mattei pretty muclv" in my own hands. Tliej were resolufe'liltle hands—my size is 5] in gloves, and. therefore, I thought il would be possible to have very much mj own way. I listened meekly enough to tlio admonitions of my dear mother and the not so palatable ones of John's mother, ami said " yes " and " 110 " when they were required, but all the time I was thinking that I knew -vastly better than they how to get 011 with my dear John. After the fuss oHhc wedding, and oui pretty little honeymoon lii Scotland was over, and we settled down iu our own charming cottage in " a .well-known suburb, ! think that; there .was not a more amiable ;:6uple, or a happier one, in all Surrey. Peopte prophesied th:it wo should jet the ditch of'bacon, or pair of silver sab-cel...

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CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

CHAPTER II. I went first to my friend, Minnie Pen •on. She had often said. " Whenever mil are in any difficulty come tome,"find is it was she who got me into the scrape ( seemed only fair that she should help :ie out of it. I had no doubt of hei velcome. Only .that very day she had aid tome, "lfowl should? love to liavo .•■hi staying with me for a few days !" and J he often declared that when her husband I vas a lit lie awkward sho usually left liim ir » time, until lie came to his senses. "Minnie will approve of. what I am ("iiVg." I said to myself, " and X will send | i note h-iine to say that X am visiting her I • >r a liUle while. .To!in will be annoyed, iiit lie shouldn't have bcc.i so horrid," and uy lips quivered, while the weight at my Heart gretfjhoavier. "Ha isn't keeping his promises." T thought, " and then, to •eniiiul nio of mine ! It was too bad! It ••vas quite.too bad!" iM innie's large house—her husband wm a il.ictor in good- praetire— was only a .niio from our co...

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Local Coal Mines. STRIKES STILL ON. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

Local Goal Mines. STRIKES STILL ON. There is 110 appearance of a settle ment of the troublo at either the Austral or tho Jumbunna Mines. Last week Messrs Murphy, Mafchie son anil Cook approached the directors of the Jumbunna mine in connection with the trouble at Jumbunna and made a proposal to tliem. _ The directors refused to discuss the matter. Mr'Boyd said he. would rather close the mine up altogether than submit to any industrial agree ment other than that of the wages board. "Fifty-two men are out of work as a result of the strik^kthe Austral colliory. A long iigl^^^Vxpoutucl .nt tliin nunc, ns botlv^flp^are' deter mined: , ■ '-.Yesterday £113 strike pay was distributed to employees on strike from the Austral colliery. Married men were paid £L 5s each, with 2/6 extra for each child,-and single men £1. ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married or Single Women TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS TOUiG More Mli«n »ny other this document prove! the value of this great family medicine. "Sunnysldi, Wallarnn, S.A., M/l/W. "Having seen In one of your books the names of those benefited by CLEMENTS TONIC, I add my testimony, seeing none like it anywhere. " it might benefit others, as it did me, when rearing my family. By its use I had the brightest, hoalthiest children 9 boy 17, and throe girls 15, 13 and 10 years, Neither knows what earache, tooth* . ache, or headache is. "I attribute it to nothing but the use of CLEMENTS TONIC, as I am not very strong. I would use it when rufl dow»i or put of sorts,' and thon would enjoy tho best of health. "All young married women shall use it, as it is such a grand ame and musclo strepglhcner. tSicned) Mrs, E. STEER," Iti cases of Poor liloott Wasting Weak ness. Debility, I,osh o( Kest. Poor Ap» pttite Hilinusiiess, Sick Prntlnclie, Low Spirits, Insomnia, C...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

Moyarra. DEATiToFmIIS M'LEAN. During tho past year the district has lost many of its old pioneers but none was moro widely known ov. more highly? rbspocied tihiui 51 rs Aiiglis tliocl^ati^Idyai-r-iv,'oil • Thursday night Inst. MrsM'Leaii was qnite well 011 rising in tlio morn ing, but'had a paralytic stroke during, tlic day, and died about 10 o'clock 011 Thursday night. The deceased had resided with her husband at Moyarra about 25 years, and her blight and happy disposition endeared her to all with whom she camo in contact with. Her reniains werc-interrcd in the Jvoriimburra cemetery 011 Satur day in tlio presence of a large number of relatives ami friends of tlio family. Tlio' burial service was read by 3VJr S. J. Honiball, Presby terian missionary at. Outtriiu. Much sympathy has been extended to the family in the great loss they hare sustained. .Tire coiiiu beniv.rs were Messrs H. Dowel I, W. M'llarg, W. Rainbow uiid A. Thomson, and the pall-bearers, Messrs T. .Lullill', J. Trump,...

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Sydney Show. KORUMBURRA SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

I ! Sydney Show. :o: KOltU MBUllllA SUCCESSES. At'the Sydney Show last wcolc, Messrs E. Jenkins, T. 1C. Adkins .and b\ E. Kurrlo wore again successful in gaining a* number of prizes, with their pigs, which were as follows Middle .Yorkshire).-— Boar over- 12 months, E.^E. Kurrlo, 1; under 12 months, .1?. 13. .-Kurrlo, 2 ; under (3 months, E. E. Kurrlo, 1 and 2. Sow over 12 months, E. Jenkins 1, 1"\ 30. Kurrle 2; binder" 12- months, E. Jenkins l and ch, ?. E. Kurrlo 2; under 6 months, l1'. E. Kurrlo 1 and 2; anyayo in- milk;-with horlittoV of p'gs, i\ 13 Kurrlo 1 and 2. Pon of tliroo young boars, under,-l months, 1?.- 13. "Kurrlo", 1 and' 2. . Pon of 3 young sows, under..-i months, Jj\ E. Kurrlo 1 and 2. Berkshire—Boar, over 12 months, T, K. Adkins, 1 and ch ; under 12 months, E. Jenkins 2; under 6 months, E. Jenkins ], T. K. Adkins 2. 'Sow, over 12 months old, E. Jenkins 1 and ch, T. K. Adkins 2 ; 6 months old and under 12 months, Ji, Jenkins 1 and res. ch. Pen of thtae young boars, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

Ladies Please Note Ladies are requested to note that the Offices of the Ladies College of Health have been removed from l(i Elizabeth Street, to l'hair's Buildings, a27-U29 Collins Street, Melbourne. The College has the sole agency in Victoria for Dr. I). M. Coonley's famous Orange Lily Treatment, which for the past 2o years hns been effecting such wonderful cures among women in all parts of Australia. For tho benefit of sufferers, and for those into whose homes King Baby has failod to appear, a free valuable medical book will bo sent to anyono writing to Dopfc -til, Tho Ladies College of Health, l'hair's Build ings, 1127 Collins Street, Molbourne.

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ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

ASSOCIATION MEETING. • The taiimal meeting of the Koruni jurra and district association was leld at tlie Victoria Hotel 011 Tnes lay evening-. Tho ..president,- Mr ir..O.-Parry presided. .-The followr • iig delegates "were' present"Messrs Burnet, Danks and Noon an (Korum jurra) M'Cabe and Whitburn (Loeli), Dowling and RodgerS (Outtrim), Moss (Leongatlia), and Butterworth, Wilson and Turbayne (Poowong). The balance sheet, submitted by the secretary (Mr A. Juratowitch) showed that .the receipts for last year amounted to £7S 10s, made up as follows:—Affiliation fees £5, coach hire £-1 15s, train guarantee £15, Loch-Outtrim semi-iinal, £G ISs 2d, Korumburra-Leongatha (tirst semi linal) £5. 4s Gd, K'Burra-Lcongatha (second semi-final) £i) 7s 5d, final £25 3s 8d, balance from last year 12/7, interest, os 3d, sale ol' tickets for banquet, £1 12s 6d, special re fund from railway £-1 I2s lid. Ex penditure :—Loss oil association match against Lang Lang at Korum burra, £1 2s Sd, loss on associ...

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