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

Babies :o; Babios are Australia's best immigrants, but in many homes baby does not appear greatly to the disappointment of husband and wife. Ladies so disappointed arc strongly advised to consult, the highly <iualiiied lady representative of the "Nsitura" Health Co., Molbuurne, ou her next visit, and learn how the blessing of motherhood can bo made easily possible ny means of the wonderful ''Natura" Home Treatment, that has brought "baby" to so many homes, restored thousauds of women and girls to pcrfoct health, and saved many from an operation. No charijo whatever is made for consulta tion or advice. Next visit takes placo ou Friday 8th May when she may bo seen at the Ivorumburra Hotel from 'J a.m. to -1 p.m. Meanwhile send 2d for free Health Guide dealing with the subject to Depart ment B.J. "Nature" Health (Jo , 40 Elizabeth Street, .Melbourne.'

Publication Title: Great Southern Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

TENNIS CONCERT. Groat preparations avo being made for the -concert which is to tako placo in the Bona hall, on Friday, May Sth, in aid of; the funds of tlio Bena tennis club.' An exceptionally good programme -has. boon arranged and will consist mostly of items by Mel bourne artiste. Admission has been (ixod at Is Gd to all parts of the hull. Tlio complete programme is as Follows:—Part 1.—Ovorhtve, " Clair de Lnne," Mr J. .Makohim ;■ baritono solo, "The Veterans Soi.g," Mr Herbert Klears ; song, " May Dew," Miss Sybil White; song, "Mother Mnchroo," Mr P. J. Gnhill; soprano solo, " Dream of. Homo" Miss Kittio Noone; humorous speciality, Dear littlo dicky Bird,"--Mr Lai Logic (late Richards' Opera House, Melbourne) ; violin solo, Serenade "Romance," Mr , .11. Milos : contra to solo, "Good-byo" !(with violin obligato) _ Mrs Daly. Pnvfc 2.-r—Ovovtui'e, " Tlio Chimes," Mr J. Makeliam ; baritone solo," The ; Gvliuliator," Mr ITorbcrb Klears; humorous song and story iiitrodiicing "I'm In Lo...

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

Bena. On account of the wot weather on Holiday last tho Bona sports wore postponed till Monday noxt, April 20. These sports are always .onjoyable, and are well worth attending. A ball will be held in tho hall, iu tho even ing. . >•

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

• HACKING COUGH. " For about two years my son Erir had a nasty hacking cough," says Mi Albert W. Coleman, " Caramba,' Mancur Street, Dulwich Hill, N.S.W. Then I gave him Chamberlain'. Cough Remedy and after a few dose. ooticed he bad greatly improved. Before we had given him the whok bottle bis cough had completely die appeared. He is new sirong and will and gaining weight daily." Sold by all cfc emuts and storekeepers. Thus the Eden " Magnet." " Good morning! Have you paid your subscription yet ? Perhaps you owe for last year or several years. Now you understand wo don't need the money; we have hundreds—to got ? But really it is an imposition to let people go on carrying our money when we are so strong and healthy, and so abundantly ablo to bear the burden ourselves. For this roason we a sic anybody who has any of our money in liis 2)ossession to lcavo it at tlio oilico, or uoiid it by. post, freigh t . dtlier^vtty^'jus'fc'^so lis it gets here. Silver and gold are heavy, and it wou...

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More Important. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

More Important. Mr Dustin did not approve of his son's choice of a wife, and was trying to persuade him to s e things as he ai"Ves, you are quite right, father," said the son. "Mabel has her defects, she is vain, tull of pretensions and grand ideas, with a very difficult char acter. But, father, in spite of all. 1 simply adore her; I can't live with out her/' "But that is not the question, mj boy," said the father. "Can you live with her?" -

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

Pat was servant of a farmer, and in his charge was a donkey, which wa3 kept to amuse his employer's chil dren. The donkey was fonowin? the farmer's wife around (he yard one day, aci the farmer, turning to Pat, said: "I think that donkey is taking a liking to my wife." "Och," said Pat, "shure, and it's not the first donkey that's took a liking to her, sir." Your bath is better if the bath soap bears this brand. "By the way, Mrs. Smith," remark ed the vicar, after the service, "I was extremely sorry to see your hu&band leave the church in the middle of my sermon. I trust nothing was serious ly the matter with him:" "Oh, no, sir," replied Mrs. Smith. "It was nothin' very serious; but you see, sir, the poor man uo have a ter rible 'abit o' walkin' in his sleep." PURE

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Sporting. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

Sporting. FOOTBALL. Football boomiiig throughout the district. All the teams in the association promise to bo very strong this year. League umpires will be again en gaged for all matches. Korumburra have lost Bliss this year. If he plays it will be for Out trim. , V. Petorsen had a trial game with St. Kilda on Saturday. Evidently St. Kilda are rushed with players as they stood Vie. down 011 Monday and he is now negotiating with Fitzroy. W. Gannon has also had a trial with South Melbourne, but South does not appear anxious to retain his services. Korumburra will have a practice game on Saturday. All those who intend to play this'year rue requested to be on the ground if convenient so that the selectors can see who they have to pick from. The following are the oflicers of the Outtrim club:—President, Dr. Cave; vice-presidents, Messrs C. D. Taberner, P. Gleeson, 1'". Little, C. R. Maiquis, A. Stedmon, J. Horsley; secretary and treasurer, Mr J. A. Rodgers; assistant secretary, Mr W. Tib...

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

SILVER ft STAR c*r.

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Judging From Appearances. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

Judging From Appearances. When Shimmerpate gave bis little son Sammie • drawing-boolc, the lat ter gazed intently at the pictures of arms, legs, feet and heads on one of the pages. "What do you think of it, son?" ask ed Shimmerpate. "My word, father," replied Sammie, "it must have been an awful explo sion." *5The New Magazine" is unique. For sixpence w>'get several pages of il lustrations in tints, of scenes ancl characters in the last popular London play. In this number (April) it is "Hullo, Tango," and a great array o£ illustrated stories by that popular authoress Olive Wadsley, H. P. Han shew, Randolph Lichfield, Sax Roli nier, and many other well-known writers. There is a complete long novel entitled "The Devil's Corner," by Andrew Soutar, and many useful pages specially for the ladies and the home, embracing fashions, cookery, etc., under the heading of "The Wo man's Kingdom."

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FORTUNES MADE FROM BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

FORTUNES MADE FROM BOXING. Interesting information is given in "How to Become a Boxer" regarding earnings of men who have won laur els in the ring. Packy M'Farlaud, It is stated, was discovered to have box ing talent when working at the age of fifteen in the Chicago packing yards. Before lie had reached the age of eighteen he had taken part in no few er than eighteen professional con tests, all of which he won. He is not twenty-five years of age yet, but he has accumulated a fortune of about sixty thousand pounds. ' Battling Nelson, after twelve_years of fighting had a bank roll of £4(£Ct)0, which grew pretty rapidly during the five years -which followed until he re tired. Freddie Welsh, it is conjectured, has "tucked away more than £20,000," and George Carpentier, the French idol, has, though not yet twenty, put aside somewhere near £20,000. The gross earnings of Jack Johnson between December 26th, 1908, and July 4th, 1912, are computed to be over £100,000. From the Jeffries con te...

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

START. There's art in a start. Every good thing has waited for years, perhaps for ages, and only tor a. starter. The good things in our life have waited in the same way, perhaps are waiting still. The art of start is this: .Tust begin. "Don't wait to feel like it, for you won't. Don't wait till it is easier, for- it never will be. If the thing ought to be done, start . It, and start it now.

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

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What He Said. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 16 April 1914

What He Said. Counsel: I insist on an answer to my question. You have not told me all the conversation. I want to know all that passed between you and Mr. Jones on the occasion to which you re fer. Reluctant Wjtness: I've told you everything ot any consequence. Counsel: You have told me you said to him, "Jones, this case will get into the court some day." Now, I want to know what he said in reply. ' Reluctant Witness: Well, he said, "Brown, there isn't anything in this business that I'm ashamed of, and if any snooping, little, yee-hawing-, foui~ ■ - • 'by-six, gimlet-eyed lawyer, with halt a pound oC brains and sixteen ounces of jaw, ever wants to know what I've been talking about, just tell him."

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

O fNVJINTORl PATENT S Obtained In Commonwealth and Else where for improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., of any description Full Information, Costs, etc., sent on application to A. O. SAGESE. O.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS. Corner Collins and William Sts., MELBOURNE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 23 April 1914

SUBSCRIBE TO. THE G-resit SGuthern. Advocate, ESTABLISHED 1889. TELEPHONE 2sTO- 16. Published Every Thursday Morning1. Circulated entensively througbout the Shires of Poowoug and Jeelho, Phillip , Island and Woolamai, Woorayl (part) and Oraubourne (part). The Oldest Paper in South Gippsland. Subscription—}33 Advertising Correspondence Charges Always Moderate Invited. A LITERARY SUPPLEMENT ot an exceptionally high order of merit is issued each week with the G.S. ADVOCATE. A thrilling Serial of absorbing interest is one of the chief features. Subscription starts at any linie. OUR JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT IS OUR SPECIALITY. IT PAYS^&^ lo have your Printing turned out Neatly. Every description of Commercial Printing neatly and promptly executed. All kinds of book work done on the premiss?, Proajtrfsre of EaterUinmenls requiring Printing, Posters, Cards,- and Programmes should send for samples and priaes. GANNON & CO.,' . (M. I. liANNON, A. JuRAXOWtXCU), - ntOPlUKTORS, Bri...

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A Lincoln Story. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 23 April 1914

A Lincoln Story. On one occasion when he was 'busy, President Lincoln received a 'delega tion of men who were endeavoring to hurry the passing of some petty Bill. When they entered, Lincoln looked up gravely and said: "If you call the tail of a sheep a leg, how many legs will the sheep have?" "Five!" said the spokesman. "No," replied Lincoln, "it would only have four; calling the tail a leg wouldn't make if one." The delegation departed in discom fiture, and Lincoln was left alone.

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[?] [?]ES ON THE USE OF THE HOME SEPARATOR. (From the "Victorian Journal of Agriculture.') [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 23 April 1914

if A. I f « / Vl , 'UrtSS ON THE USB OF THE HOMB . SISl'AHATOK. I).v P. J. Carroll. (From tile "Victorian Journal of Agriculture.') Tlio private " separator' quest ion luu een much <l''-;ctissed in l.he past, both :i tho invss .ind at f.ictliry managers' y> sI'iMfiii e;., ami sometimel tho criticism favou able, but just as ofu'ii other -o. A lew people In-Ill j»\ brief for the ivale ,-eparator, w'bilo Ihose against \ore frequently misunderstood. The l objection was aimed at its intro e.ion into districts where facilities vatly existed for tho treatment of the i"lo milk supply. In many placcs nol v is tho home separator imlispcns !•. but a pcrfect boon in portions ol .,>l>-lnml where tho delivery of whole . In is impracticable, owing to bad ••ads and eolation: Under those con • uums it lias boon the means of develop ment'in localities that would other wist avo remained unproductive. • - I'hoso ivho wero in a position to •in :il out llio disadvantages were over ■. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 23 April 1914

Two Men. From Mr. R. Olds, 121 Bell-street, Wangr.nui, N.Z.:— "About two years ago I was suffer ing from a weak back and kidney trouble so badly that I was hardly able to move about owing to the excrucia ting pain. My digestion was affected also. I went to a doctor, but had no faith in his treatment. Then I was advised to try Warner's Safe Cure, and after faking that medicine for a short time I found that it was doing me so much gool that X continued to take it. Now I am In the best of health." From Mr. ,T. Colgan, Guildford-road, Maylands, Perth, W A.:— "I have taken Warner's Safe Cure v ith most gratifying results when suf fering from a severe attack of liver and kidney trouble. I had pains in the back, under the shoulder blades, a heavy, dull pain in the temple and over my eyes, and a ringing sensation in my ears. At times i would seem comparatively well, but would then be attacked 'with the most distressing symptoms^ feeling peculiar pains in all parts of my body. My appetite he...

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SHE KICKED WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 23 April 1914

811E KICKED WRONG. It in said that, a well-known aetm invited home a fricud to <linc with him, without Riving adequate noticc to the wife nf his bosom. At (linnet \he one bottle of wino was quickly con sumed, and still thi! husband contin ued to press his guest to let him open mother bottle. The guest, however, firmly refused After '(iood-niirht' hud been said. Mit fady rated her. husband: 'llow could voii ur«e him fu? We were entirely >ut of wine, and yet. the inure 1 kick ed you uuder the tabic tho more you pressed him.' 'But you didn't kick me,' ho replied Singloton: " iDr. Pellet is oertainlj tho most, iihsont.-mitided man I ever saw." Wedorly: "Is that soP" Singleton-: " Yes; he wns marri«<T tost week, and during tho ceremony B-hcn ho should have placed a ring c the bride's finger, lio actually felt h pulso and asked her to put out I IcnfW," i

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A MILK-WHITE STEED. A school teacher once set his class of boys a composition on the "horse," the following being given:— [Newspaper Article] — Great Southern Advocate — 23 April 1914

A MILK-WHITE STEED. A school teacher once set his class of boys a composition on the "horse," the following being given:— The horse is a very noble beast, he eats oats and sawdust. He goes 011 four legs. He does not stay out late at night, nor pull faces at his little sister, nor tease his grandmother, things which I think is bully for the horse. He does not have to wash his face in the morning. (I wish I was a horse.) There is many differ ent kinds of horses: saw horse, omni bus horse, war horse, hoss-radish, boss pistol, Colt's revolver and a donkey (he ain't got nothing to do with the subject, but we'll throw him in). There's only one kind that's good to eat, and that's hoss-pistol—I mean, hoss-radish. Some folks like a reddish horse, then again, some like a milk-white steed, with flowin' tail and main erect, but for me, give me a coal-black steed with fiery-red nos trils and flasliin' eye, or gimme death. I forgot to say that a horse has a tail, and can unfold it like Hamlet or ...

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