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THE LADIES' COLUMN A WIFE'S INFLUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

THE LADIES' COLUMN A WIFE'S INFLUENCE. Lookers-on often see the wonderful influence a wife can exert for the good or failure of her husband. By a gra cious, genial inanner she may win hosts of friends for him. In nearly every walk of life, where he has to look to the generous public for a live lihood, she can help him; make the yoke easier, and the burden lighter. A powerful factor in the world of busi ness to-day is found in the influence of woman. She it is who stands by her husband when the darkness and gloom of trouble and depression have settled about him, and infuses hope into him, and points the way to a new beginning, no matter how small.

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW DO WE KNOW A GOOD FARMER? [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

HOW DO WE KNOW A GOOD FARMER? How do we know that a mail is a good farmer? He will not tell you lie is; he is too modest for that. But let's lock arms with him and take a tramp across his farm this afternoon; for seeing is believing. He is doing to-day's work to-day. That is a pretty good sign of a thor ough farmer. Things are kept pick ed up around his (juildings. That we like, too. He takes us around where the cattle run against the line fences, and every rail that is out of its place he puts back where it belongs. On the way through the pasture he stops to rub the nose of the little lieifer. She likes it and shows that she is on speaking terms with her master. In his granary there is a bit of grain fSit over from last year, and more coming in soon from this year's grow ing. Coming home from school the boys and girls call out as soon as they are in sight: "Hello, daddy!" And with a smile on her face the good wife says: "I'm glad to have you home again, husband!" The neighbor, pass...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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FOR TWE FARMER. THE FARM MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

FOR TWE FARMER. "TH.6 FARM MANAGER. I More !tlian a -special ;knack or abil 1 ity is required to make a farm man ager. There must be even develop ment and mastery of many powers, thorough understanding of all the es sentials of the business, self-training and wise use of the abilities of others. Train yourself, therefore, to think of the manager's work as the post of the chief engineer. Recognise that no matter how many duties are pro perly done, failure is certain if fuel and steam fail, or if brakes and throt tle are not always under control. The manager's task is to make many per sonalities act as an unit—to harmon ise the interplay of many departments. In the beginning list, group and ana lyse, the work that fills the calendar of successful managers—that goes on at your farm. Reduce your detail to system and assign it to subordinates. Make sure that you are caring for to day's and to-morrow's work and men, funds and service—that your policy upon management is well-balanced and f...

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Guard Your Child's Chest PEPS are the Real Safeguard Against Coughs and Colds. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

Guard Your Child's Chest PEPS are the Real Safeguard Against Coughs and Colds. There is always a lot of chroat and chest trouble among children at this time of the year, when the temper ature changes so suddenly. Even if the little ones escape bron chitis or croup, how easy it is for a seemingly simple cold to bring about serious and oft-time permanent chest mischief. There is danger, too, of pleurisy or pneumonia, for the chests of children are susceptible to sudden changes from heat to cold. The careful mother will guard against these dangers by keeping handy a box of Peps, the pleasant breatlie-able medicine in tablet form which is a real safeguard against coughs colds, chills, and throat sore ness The great f-iult of the old-fashion ed homo remedies for coughs and colds is that they do not cure but merely hide for a time the promin ent symptoms. Peps, on the other hand, rely on the soothing, healing, antiseptic and germicidal properties of certain essences which take the ferm of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

Accidents at Work. Zam-Buk Heals Perfectly. Carpenters, station hands, shearers farmers, mechanics, miners, timber cutters, painters, labourers—in fact, all classes of workers—stand in daily need of Zam--fiuk's 6oothing and healing aid. "Unless that simple cut bruise or phicli is properly dressed ■with Zam-Buk there is grave danger that inflammation, festering or ■blood-poison will set in. This may mean months of suffering and com pulsory idleness. If, however, Zam-Buk is at once smeared over any injury, the balm's juices soothe away smarting pain, fortify the wound against disease, and ensure rapid and perfect heal ing. "Whilst cutting timber," says Mr C. A. Chandler, of 293 Fitzgerald St. Perth, W.A., "the saw jagged the top of my thumb and cut half through the nail. It was a nasty, painful •wound,.but Zam-Buk quickly eased the smarting pain and irritation,, started the healing process and in a few days perfectly cured the thumb." "While working on the tramways," says Mr E. O'Brie...

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GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock- and Co., London & Melbourne, All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

GREATER THAN GOLD By L. T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand." etc. PuMished by arrangement with Ward, Lock- and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XVIII. These were truly happy days for the young couple—perhaps the hap piest days of all 'before words of love had heen spoken, and when the look in the eye and the trembling smile round the lip betrayed what was pass ing in each heart. Shamus knew by this time that his father and mother would give their hearty approval to his marriage with Sheila Danvers, but something, he knew not what, de layed the words he longed to utter. Perhaps it was that Sheila looked so very young, so very childish in the simple clothes which had been chosen for her by the Duchess. Whatever the reason, he scarcely ever left her, and that love, which had been only a small thing in comparison in London, grew mightily apace at Castle O'Doyle. Sheila's hand trembled when she touched that of Shamus; her color changed when he loo...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

The besfway to prevent a cut finjjcr from festering is to cleanse the wound, how ever slight, and then apply Zam-Buk, which is a powerful antiseptic nnd g.'rm - killer. Zam-Buk is a pure preparation, which when applied to the broken skin,purifies the wound,and then proceeds to heal with new healthy skin in a quick and pcrfcct manner. i-Buk is always ready for use and always reliable. I/O and 3/0 per pot. "RUB IT IN.1' To stand this Season at MARDAN, and travel the surrounding district, TROTTING STALLION, SILEICE BELLS. SILENCE BELLS is a beautiful Bay Horse, rising four years, by the famous colt. Charming Bells, by Abby Bells, whose stock is too well known to record here. Dam, Red Rose, by OBterley; Grand Dam, Dainty, by Redwind (imported). Osterley won the time test at the Royal . Show of 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, and 1899, and the fastest trotter in 1900. Osterley's Sire was Childe Harold, who was said to have cost the late~~Slr Andrew Towns 000 guineas landed in Sydney. Silence Bel...

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HOW TO GET RID OF BORES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

HOW TO GET RID OF BORES. "Come in and see how I get rid of bores. You've often asked my recipe, and I'm about to deal with one." It was an old banker who was speaking, and he showed £is guest into the pri vate office. "Hullo," began the bore, "just drop ped in to have a talk about poor James. I suppose " "Yes, of course; neglected his busi ness, lost enormous sums of, money, fell a victim to the terrible curse of intemperance, squandered his for tune, and even lost his home. Too bad!" "Awful! Did you hear " "Certainly. Tried to drown his sorrows, lost his situation; and was left to his own resources. Drifted away into a great city, family suffer ed, he braced up, found honest em ployment, won friends, and was doing well, everything considered." "That's right, but " "So I 'heard. Back with us again. He has a fine position, looks like his old self, and. everybody happy." "Do you think he'll " "I know he will. A few kind friends think otherwise, but he's all right. We have him to dinne...

Publication Title: Gippslander And Mirboo Times
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MARRIAGE PROPOSALS OF FAMOUS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 25 June 1914

MARRIAGE- PROPOSALS OF FAMOUS MEN. Timidity can scarcely be said to have marked the wooings and propo sals of some of the men whose names are household words, although the manner in which some of them "pop ped the question" provides a hint or two for those anxious bachelors who wish to propose in a pretty and ar tistic manner. Nothing could have been more charming than the way Daniel Webster proposed. One day, when kneeling before his lady-love, he suddenly dropped the skein of silk she was winding off his hands, and made with a piece of tape half a true lover's knot. The lady (a Miss Flet cher) completed it, and a kiss sealed the bargain. "Do you know, people say we are going to be married?" said Sir Alex ander Duff Gordon one day to the beautiful Lady Austin, and before she could reply he added, "Shall we make it true?" And they did. Tolstoi was 'bold as usual. He pro posed by letter, in which he -wrote: "Tell me sincerely, do you wish to be my wife? But only if you can say 'yes' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

Ga ic ■town Owing to ' . HiYii - Oil* DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PiLi-S EFFECT RAPID CHANGE. "I was suffering with indigestion for a period of eighteen months and found no benefit from many medi cines 'used," writes Mr. John Henry Yarwood, of Forest Lane, off Bar nard-street, Bendigo. "My health was completely run down through want of nourishment to the system. I could take nothing into my stomach without retching, 011 one occasion I went four days without a bite of food. My appetite was gone and I could not eat. In my sheer exhaus tion 'and despair I tried Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and can well re member it; an early improvement was discernible, and after taking a few doses I commenced to make rapid strides towards my old condi tion. My appetite was soon restored to its normal state, and I say Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills achieved a positive triumph in my recovery from indigestion. I cannot speak too highly of your great remedy which stands unrivalled in my estimation." Indigest...

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Rainfall. AT MIRBOO NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

Rainfall. AT M 1 RI'.OO NORTH. . rgi I 12 12 '9'3 " 1914 January-... .2.15. 0.21 0 55 2.25 February. -3^5 0 g 1 1.01 ' 59 .March ... 6.00 ] .06 707 2.1S April 3 "35 v-4-17 2 37 4-i1 May 6.5S , 3 33 4 79 4-79 Tune 7-32 3-52 2.S6 2.05 July .. 3 62 2 20 1 "90 August ... 2 2' 3;^5 5S5 Septembei -1^ " jcr 3-49 October ^ ^ 3 Novembei O • j 6 Decembet • ' V 7 2 y. .3 49. 1. 05 Tola' 50 01 •36' go • 41 42 .'7-07

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

RELIVES US OF ANXIETY. "Ever Kinee my little-boy David was three I have given him Chamberlnin's Cough Iteni edy," says Mrs G. A. Paxton, Little Chester Street, New Farm, Q. " I have used it for all my children and have never keown it fail. Many nights our two little girls have been bad with croup, but our faith in Chamber lain's Cough Remedy relieves us of any anxiety. We kuow that one or two doses will remove all signs of croup and that they will be alright in the morning." Sold by Buckland Bros.

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Dumbalk Association. TARWIN v. STONY CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

Dumbalk Association. TAllNVJN v. STONY CHEEK The above teams met on Saturday last and played their first game on the half-way ground in Mr Hughes' pad dock. There was a fair number of spectators as the weather was gloriously fine. The Tarwin team was without some of its most reliable players and as a consequence wore unable to follow up their career of successes. The game at no time could be considered as first class. At times it was rough,, and crowding oti the ball was its chief feature. Individual players shone out conspicuously on both sides, but as a combination they failed to reach to a fair av> rage of excellence. The game was umpired by C. Greavess and despite his lack of experience did very well in a game that was at all times very hard to adjudicate. A great deal of time was wasted in making a start as it was 3 20 before the game Was in progress. On the bounce Stony Creek were ag gressive and in the first four.minutes of play had scored 3 goa s. Tarwin men ! seemed "to ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

The Great Throat Disinfectant. How Peps Destroy the Germs that Attack the Throat and Chest The real mischief in chest ail rfienis is done by germs which infest the atmosphere, both in cities, sub burbs, and back lands. These germs get carried with the air we breathe into the lungs, and at once start feed ing on the delicate membrane that lines the nostrils, throat and breath ing tubes. In this way they cause soreness and inflammation. Then the great danger is that un less Peps, the real breathe-able in fection killing tablets, are taken quickly the germs will get further in and carry disease to the bronchial tubes and lungs. As 1'eps dissolve in the mouth they give off powerful medicin d and germicidal fumes that.mix with the breath and circulate through all the air-passages connecting the nose and mouth with the lungs. In this efficient way Peps prevent infection and destroy all ' cold germs" that have got into the nostrils and throat. Soreness and inflammation are in stantly check...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

'j-I8?iv About To Build ! Consult T < PR'r HOOTT General CONTRACTOR, PAINTER, &c. Tin- Sen-ices of First-Class Tradesmen Available. Work Carried Out Experliously and Well ut Lowest liates. < I Supply All Material for Building Purposes. Plans and Specifications Drawn Out. You can Save Time and Money by giving a Trial to a man with 20 years' Experience in the Building Trade. Estimates Free. _ Letters Promptly Attended To. Agent for London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Business Notice. A. L. Ogilvy&Co. Estate & Financial Agents BEG to thank their clients for past favors and trust by strict atten tion to all business to merit a continuance. They desire to intimate that the. Mirboo North Branch will in future be under the management of MR. WM. PICKERING, and that Mr Ogilvy Will attend periodically as usual. All communications to Mirboo Nth. orNorwick Union Chambers, 34 Queen Street, Melbourne, will receive prompt attention. A. L. OGI...

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CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. . CHURCH OF ENGLAND Mirboo North 11, Berry's Greek 2.30, Mirboo North 7.—Rev. W. Back holer. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Vlardan ii, Mardan South 2.3°^ Mirboo North 7-.—Rev. L). Dow.

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Football. [?]vell Association. MO[?]ELL, BEAT HAZELWOOD. 40 points to 32. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

football. :>r- veil Association. MO v a!, BEAT HAZEL WOOD. -10 points to 32. A crowd of interested spec ■ tato-witnessed the match at the Morirfll si: inv grounds on Saturday : r ; l.etw.fii Morwell and Hazelwood. ' sii jiporters, as well as Hazle '*■' wood, fn!]y expected the visitors would Isavf' an easy win, hut i! is always the unexpected thathap •pi'iis. Both teams played good football—better than any seen here this year. The work of some of the Morwell Juniors fully justified their s inclusion in the team. Silcock,.a Hazel wood Junior, won his stripes in great style. Barrackers for both sides were at, their best as far as noise went—but it is really wonder ful the number of one-eyed sup porters amongst them. Some of them can't see a hit of good play un less it is shown by their own side, which is anything but sportsman like. Barrackers have a great deal to do with the conduct of the plav ers, and the least they can do is to give both teams fair criticism. The /teams were: —...

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Minister's Visit to the Allambee Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

Minister's Yisit to the Allambee Hills. C On last Friday, 26th ult;, the Minis ter for Public Works (Mr Hagelthorii), with Mr~Mackey, M.L A., arrived in Leongatha, and accompanied by Crs Goiilter and . Riggall, set out for the Hills, via Mt. Eccles and Trida, thence via;the West Tarwin Road to Sagas iser's, thence to Ilallstpn. "At Trida, Sagasser's, and Halston, meetings were addressed on the vexed questions of Railways, Roads arid Hates." : \On : Saturday morning the party, having shed Crs. Coulter and Riggall, were driven by Mr Tom Clark and Mr 0'Bryanv J.P.. to Carter's -Bridge,, where they were received by Cr. Carter and about twenty other residents. Mr M'Cormack, of the Country Roads Board, and Mr M'Kay, shire engineer, who were out on an inspection of the road, also, put in a brief'appearance. The visitors entered the residence and partook of .hospitality of.Cr and Mrs Carter. ' ' . . Mr Mackey; informed those present that the Minister of Railways had pro mised to ask. Parlia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods'Great Peppermint Cure, 1/ -

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Mirboo South. [Newspaper Article] — Gippslander and Mirboo Times — 2 July 1914

Mir boo Scnth. |-Whilst journoying from the foot-, ball match ori Saturday la3t what '-might' have been a very serious accident occurred to Mr W. Patter son. A number of persons were riding along in front of him, and were indulging in. a good gallop, Avhen one of the riders "pulled up, which-was. not 'noticed in time_to avert a-collision, and. the horse col lided with the one in front and in jured its. shoulder. Mr Patterson was thrown on to his horse's neck, but was, however, able to regain his seat. . . Mr Bright-met with" a mishnp of a peculiar nature whilst plajMng- in: the football match on Saturday. The ball was kicked by ah opposin jT player and as it was rising it struck him on the temple, and .laid him out. He was a bit.dazed ;for a few hours afterwards, but at; night time was all right. . At the football match on Saturday Mrs Iluqhes, of Dumbalk, had lun cheon provided on the. ground,-but unfortunately, the match was started j too late to enable players t.> partake j f ...

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