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The Infinities or Eternity. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

The Infinities or Eternity. ? (ll.v KDGAH LUC1EN IiAltKIN.) "Can there be two kinds of iniinl tics, or two infinite ?" '['ho writer of this quotum must decide. The nearest star is dis tant mil'-H. Co, to the star and'let each ur.it repre sent, one mile ; then the distance rep resented by u line, of ones, -fi tril Jion inil'-.s Ion#f, snbns-M-tjes all hu nian powers of imagination. ItiiL write a row uf L'U-'JL*- . , 2r> trillion miles huij.*. then the number t»i* miles represented would be twice as great. Then writ*4 a row' of '.UKi'j'J'J . . equally as lontf, and tho distance expressed would bo nine times as great as that represented by the ones. Hut, no human brain can third; of the distance expressed by tho ones, l.ot tiie first row oC figures extend trillion, or lifty, or t\ thousand trillion miles to the east ; then a row could he similarly extended toward the west. Many millions of years would be required to write during one thousand million ways these lonff rows'. Suppose y...

SUBSTITUTE FOR A GLASS CUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

.SUJ-SSTITUTIC roll A GLASS CtJTTliK. It soiutjUiiios happens that when one has to cut glass a glass cutter is /ml. at hand, or the one in use is worn out. The following will make a good substitute : Tnke an old file, hreak the end and it will he found that one corner will gene rally ha\e a very sharp edge, which will cut. glass ({Kite as well as any cutter. Of course it soon wears down, hut it is merely necessary to hreak u small pieee oil the (Ue again, and il will he as sharp as Lvfore. In warming a steamed pudding, or in steaming- a stale cake, never put the article on a plate or a flat dish. Place the pudding in a colau der in the steamer, and you will he surprised lo lind lmw much lighter ami more delicatr the pudding will he than if a plnie had heen used for the moisture to scMle on and uuUic the pudding &lodgy.

Handy for Camper. SIMPLE SLIPPING CONVENIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Handy for Camper. olMPI/K SLIPPING CON YKMKNCU. A I'ii'tv of ranva^, coarse. unblrarh nl shrftinj;, ii Mankot, or any <th«-r |of material, nn<l 7 ?aft. of sli'i>ii£ sash cn'il, aiv all tho materials nro'ssarv to ovate tins ' utiii *-r's wpiipuanil. No sowing is p'ljiiiivi!. ami the out ill ran he mvfeW in a feu- rnjr>ut cvs. It is !iiiht iiihI ran h<» enrri^U nny\vh«>ro. S»»Itwo trees, or two poh's, ami ii»* {}]<. eml t»i" tln> rope to ono of thi»«-e; then run the ropo aruuml the other three times. »lrr\w it {a;;t ami run Mn» etal hark (o Ha* first v:pport ami fasten it. Thus two parallel eords at aa.v »lesire<l uill he formed between flu* t wo supports. Spr«';ul out tin? flrtlh on the ut'oumi uinlfi* Iho t \vo ropes so that I l)i* snle of the material to form the inner part, of the hamniock is uppermost. l.ii't ono side of (hi? material, ami place the ed^e over one A quickly constructca Stretcher, <u i |i...

Balmoral. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Balmoral. J'almoral is n typical Scottish ! castle, liiiilt. in the old baronial : style. The corridors are lined with ! slabs' heads , which have fallen to the ' i,mdjn of tho Koyal spi rtsinen, whose names arc placed beneath the jtrophios. Tin- pictures in tin- Castle aro chieMv of sporting seen»»s and Scottish 1 ;iluKt'.)|"'S an'l the Ibnal tartan plaid K se.*ri in curtains ami ti|>holst en . The Queen's private r-'uins a i .#» r u f i T«# I (iijllnuk over the lVr\ Ttit1 wooded hill .if Crn'tf t.'ouan rises ;it t ho back of the Castle, and from its summit, the bonfires Ma/c to C"nut:"niora t-i family uiui na ! i. ">ii.iI e\ ent*-. The last bonfire was in honour of (ho Kind's Corona 1 ion. Cjiirns abound on tin.* hi lis of Mahnoral. for t hmu^hnut, the seventy odd years in which it hns been a K«\\ al I '-si'leiir-j, special family events hav»- lii-en mai'hed in this Highland fashion. j The idea was originated by tin; Cuirn-a-ip»he<>n, or the Cairn of j Remembra...

Aerial Battleships. GERMANY'S INTEREST IN ZEPPELIN'S IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Aerial Battleships. INTKKKIST IN L",r rr;I,ivs IS. Tin- 1 ray if wreck <>f the Uerman mua! airship Zeppelin 1-1 rail1' at Jentiou lc th" remarkable develop ment of (his t\pe of airship Mace Count Zeppelin. liiiclr.Mi \<-ars ay\ made his lirst :a;cc»*sstuI l!ii;hts in a riirid dirigible of his own deML',n. The \.\ wns a v. citable monster of the nir. Ib-r b"'gt h was .VJoft.. three DIM! a hah' lim»*s the height ot 111 ».» Nelson Monument in I'm falsar Square. ami her diameter .">n!t. liut, in spi'e of h'*i' M/*\ she could travel fas<"r than an express train. Propelled by t hree engines each "f \ Tt'h.p-- l In* 1.1 could at» air, a speed of Ijfty-two utiles an hour. rise to a height (if one mil'', and coidd actual ly cnrrv a weight of si'Ncii tons oxer ami »bo\e her engines. rars, a ml M' in^s. in addition to a crew of twenty men, the 1.1 carried four machine guns, ami was al>o 11 o< I with a wirchs-'. telegraphy installation rap* 1...

[?]VERSIDE ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

[jt'lYKKSlDK ASSOC'! ATION Tlif follow in^ i.< the draw of tlu> ! niatchrs tn In- pl.iyrd nn the ;.;i'ui'.:n] uf sin' lirM -nairn-d Hub : January .10. l.avdiu'v v. Athlonn l.ongwarry St h v. Nth .I'oowont: January 17. Nth i'oowniin v. Lan-lner Atblonr v. Limgwarrv Sth January :M. Lardnrr v. iAiut;\vany S'.h Nth i'nowon^ v. Athlone January l!l. A tl'lonc v. Lardnor Nth Poovo ij.; S'. Lontjwarry Stli February ?. Longwarrv Sth v. Lurdnur Athlom: v. Nth I'oowong Last round same as above but starting on 14th February.

Drouin Racing Club. NEW YEAR MIETING. GOOD RACING. President—Mr. E. J. HAYES. Vice-Presidents—Messrs C. Colquhuon, T. Goodwin, Lomax and G. V. Stephen. Committee—Messrs Noall, Goodwin, Lomax, Quirk, Daniels, Tolley, Fuhrmann, Pettit, Parry, Tritschler, Clarke, Rees, Hancock, Colquhoun, L. Grant, Count Von Horn, Elliott, Born, Hamilton, Butler, Vickery, Millar, Olsen, Stewart, Hadley, Henderson, A'Beckett, Gapes, Pearson, Cock, Cr Kennedy, Kelly, Pease, Staeey, Aitken, Stephens, Hunter and Sandy Bros. Judge—Mr E. J. Hayes. Starter—Mr. C. Colquhoun. Assistant Startar—Mr S. Tolley. Clerk of Course—Mr. J. Reilly. Clerk of Scales—Mr. W. Tritschler. Timekeeper—Mr. J. Clarke. Stewards —Messrs S Tolley, W. C. Fuhrmann, F. Morrison, H. Pettit, T. R. Noall and L. Grant. Hon. Medical Officers—Drs. Cowen, Loy and Wellington. Pony Measurers— Messrs S. Tolley and T. Goodwin. Treasurer—Mr. F. Rees. Handicapper—Mr. F. Kendall. Secretary —D. P. Casey. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Drouih Racing Club. N'E\V YEAU MISKTiNU. GOOD RACING. PuusmKST-Mr. E. .1. HAYES. Vice-Presidents-Messrs (J. OoKjn - lioun, T. Goodwin, Lomax and G. V. Stephen. Committee)-Messrs Noall, Go)dwin, Lomux, Qsiirk. Daniels, Tolley, Fuhrmann, Pettit, Parry, Tritschler, Clarke, Roes, Hancock, Colquhoun, L. (5rant, Count Von Horn, Elliott, Born, Hamilton, Butler, Vickery, Millar, Olson, Stewart, Hadley, Henderson, A'Beckett, Gapes, Pearson, Cock, Cr Kennedy, Kelly, Pease, Staeey, Ait ken, Stephens, Hunter and Sandy Bros. Judge-Mr E. J. Hayes. Starter-Mr. C. Colquhoun. Assist ant Startar-Mr S, Tolley. Cleric of Course-Mr. J. Reilly. Clerk of Scales-Mr. \V. Tritschlor. Time keeper- Mr. J. Clarko. Stewards -Messrs S Tolley, W. C. Fuhr maun, F. Morrison, H. Pettit, T.iR. Noall and L. Grant. Hon. Medical Officers-i) rs. Cowen, Loy and Wellington. Pony Measurers Messrs S. Tolley and T. Goodwin. Treasurer-Mr. F. Hue*. Handi capper-Mr. F. Kendall. Secretary -D, P. Casey. Tho annual Now \oar mootinf?...

Discovery by Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Discovery by Accident. About the discovery of oil in 1'u- I pua. tin interest ir«c; story went I ho rounds of tho Press u year or two o£o. A Itritish traveller noticed u taMo of whut. he Uiouuht, was] kerosene oil in his ton, and rebuked j his native boy for carelessness, Tho! hoy protested that he had iillowcd ] HO oil to get near the hot t !o in j which til*' water was boiled, ami, ! ? en invest the soarce from j J which tho water w.is obtained, his ? i master found a fdm of crude oil j i tlontitii* on tin* top, which i;.ivi'thej j kerosene taste to tho tea. On his I return tho traveller told the ciivum- , stances, and in epns<'niienee the di - { <ric( was explored, with tlf- result that, evidences of pet ivb'uni were j found. ! Karlv 1 av.t \ear a \onnK foreigner j Mr. Felix* iJrobin, was sent t n I'a- I pua by a London >\ndiiate. and he) took with him a portable machine for the purpose of drilling for nil. lie put down I wwells, and in Ihe first- of thes...

Sport & Pastime. Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Sport & Pastime. C r i c k c t. WKST CIPI'SLAND ASSOlM ATION. The following in the draw, the maU'lu's to I).' play I'd on the ground of I l:c lirst-named dull :-. .1 A N ir A li V :i ami 10. Navnarjjcon v. Warrajjul Ciarfii Id v. Hunyip .IANUAKY IT and :!?). I'iarlidd v. I.on^warry Dronin v. \aniar;;non Warrairul v. Hunyip S'. rond 1'nmui !>1

SETTLING-UP MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

SETTLING-UP MEETING. On Monday owning tho settl ing- n p meet-'ng was hold at tho Royal Hotol, when tho Presidont presided over a fair attendance of the committee. Tho Secretary presented a rough balance-sheet o( tho New Yoar meeting, which fowed a. small ,cro.lit , balnneo. 16' stakes ant? accounla woro ssod for payment. The Secretary roportod in con nection with tho protest in tho District Handicap, that lie had visited tho Shire Hall and with the Shiro Secretary had carefully measured the map, and found the distance from Drouin to Mirboo North and Mirboo to bo 21 and 27 miles respectively. The raco was awarded to Chunda. Tho matter as to tho owner ship of tho horse was referrod to tho V.R.C. committee, who referred it back to the Stowards as it was only a case of uogli gence on tho part of tho ownor ii. not notifying tho Secretary. Tho Stowards Lned Scarlett £1 pend ing tho production of tho receipt for the horse. It was agreed to send circulars to all Racing Clubs in the Gipps l...

Baby Heirs to Millions. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Baby Heirs to Millions. S» Idi'in ha'i a baby started 1 ifo w it h such .'i prospect. oi fut ure riches as t h»» Marquess of 1 lowmont, the lit 11<* son <U" t In* 1'uke and lUich ess of |{< ».\burgh'\ His mother, who before her marriage was Miss May <Jm»Jet. inherited with her Ium tlu;i", .Mr. Kobej-t (loelet, an iti (.iniic from a 1 ruM. fund of pro perly worth ii'i l»'ss than £.S,llOO(. (mhi. In addition to this the baby will, in the (l;tys 111 come, probably enjoy an incomr* of JCli:O,00t> (or JCL\ono a week), which his mother inheritcd from her father. There will also hp another income. which Mrs. Ogden (Joejet h-ft in her dnughW. the pitches. while one must. lint, forget 1 lie <iO(m>o acres which will pass from the I hike to his son. There arc "ne or two other lucky I>ohies who, although not- perhupa quite so wt'H o!T ns the little ^Mar quess of HowmoMt. art' not like ly to sulfur any grout want. On the Inst day of...

AN INTERESTING COMPARISON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

AX I.\"IT:I!F.STI.\<; co.ui'.uusox. During the discussion on (.lie Charities liill in the Legislative As sembly, several anomalies in ru L*nri 1 lei I lie amounts which service's el' a like character cost different hospitals were pointed out. Mr Malcolm, the inspector of charities has now compiled a pamphlet show ing the cost, under different head ings oT expenditure, of every subsi dised institution in Hie State. Separate tables are given which show what each hospital spends on provisions, surgeries, and dispen saries. domestic management. estab lishment charges, salaries and wanes, niiscelaneous and adminis tration. t An interesting smninai'V (lives comparative figures under eacii heading for tin; years l!)12 and .Mr .Malcolm slates that he con siders the information should be in valuable to every committee and oflicer, for by making comparisons with other institutions of about the same size as Iheii own (taking the daily average as the basis), they will see at a glance...

Liberal Solidarity. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Liberal Solidarity. The federal Session has clo u;d. Throughout, it wis si roti uous and stormy. It, lias not hocri fruitful m construct,ivo legislation, hut Mr Cook atid his supporters can not ba blamed for that. If, was impossible, with parties so evenly balanced in the House of Repre sentatives, and with an over whelming majority of Political opponents in the Senate to expect anything of t!io kind. ThePiimo Minister was emphatic in declar ing tins at tho outsot, and honco the desire of tho Govornmont to pross for a doublo dissolution so that the electors might give to 0110 party or tho other a proper working majority. Though Mr Cook has not boon able to achieve much in respect to Legislative measures, ho has led his party with skill and ability. His followors havo boon loyal to his leadership and de voted to sorvico. So a perilous situation, from the day the session openod to its close, has beon saved from disaster by Party solidarity of a commondablo character. Mr Cook was on hi...

A Gate Fastener. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

A Gate Fastener. I'aslcn to the top bar of Jin* pto a piece 01 wood u'ith a hob» in one (Mid, through which pass a pieie of rope arid knot it. Now I'arrv the rope over a I'ollni) ivel nailed to tile lop rail, ;\s Khuwn, and tii- to I In* end of it i\ lai":;.' stone. When tin.1 ijnt.c is opt'intd Hit; pioi'e I cif wood raisos the stono, which in J turn rlose.s the gn.tn. 1

Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

T e n n i s. Some members of the bnln Bit In Tennis Club journeyed to the Drouin West Club 011 Saturday, ~7th Dec., to partake ill a friendly match be tween the two clubs, wliich resulted in a win for the visitors. Tin; following are the sjores : Mixed Doubles. Miss Osier and II. Milner (13.B.) v. Miss Simpson anil L<\ Simpson (DAV) -1-4, 6-1 Miss McKee and \V. Hundley (B.) \\ Miss Meredith and A. Hutchison (D.W.)-6-6, 4-1 Mrs Milner and L. Murray (B.) v. Miss Turner and S. Turner (D.W.) 6-3-6, 3-6-5 Miss Osier and Will Handley (I?) v."Miss Jeanes and B. Simpson (D.W) -6-3-6, 3-6-4 Ladies Doubles. Misses McKee anj Oslor (B.) v. Misses Simnson and Meredith (D.W.) -6-3 Gonts Doubles. W. Hundley and II. Milner (B.) v. F. Simpson and A. Hutchison (D.W.) -5-6-li, 6-1-2 Are you ambitious to do nmre business. Then advertise in,"The (Iippsland Inde pendent.' h punetintea into the. home of the setller and the farmer, men tvli will spend their money, if you can ofi'er hem .» uo.id ...

An Old-world Window-Seat [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

An Old-world Window-Seat Vain arc 1 lie sighs given l»y subur IKin housewiscs when they tgnze on the I'h.inn and daintiness y\ a win dow mm I. Hut (hut sigh need nut he yi\vi» 11 y anyone willing to go t <j a little expense nnd trouble. Thai square or round bav uiinlow <'an be t ransfonned, if your husband is i h'v.-r uiih hiB IhoI^ and you arc nimbi.- with your needle. An amatrur c«>'dd cosily edect the illustration lu-lo-.v. The r-e.it con sists of a broad bench of deal wood, with firm woodou supports. When this is !i\i. d, cut sour ticking or tin Meaehed calico exactly to the si/.e oi 1 he seal, and nil the cushion with a good horsehair stalling; Iloek is cheaper, nnd quite good. If you want to luj extra smart you can pad 1 ho hack of your scat, hut sma li cushions yro comfortable, and give »'i pleasing effect. Now for the decorative part--nothing can heat for efTeof. Hk* edd-world Idack-fietired cretonne that was the delight of our grandmothers, and whic...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Advertiaenienta are business messages ' with wings. The mess.-tgea lefer to trades ! men's goods. The wings urc copies if ! "The Gippsland Independent." Have you mr'?ff3£es to pond 1 If so you 1 know where the receiving oflice is to be 1 oand | Advei tisemcms^are the Vm^u calls' <'. tho nu.rcimni, tAic' magnets of trade, ihe heralds of business, and the foreruDucis of.success. Advertise to brin^ business. Be honest and courteous in order to keep customers. Continue to advertise to yet moro trade, then your business will pro gress and prosperity will be yours. .Stop advertising a certain articic and :ho public at once consider-if they think about it at all-that it is out of date. If you wish to sell, advertise your goods continually. If Uu*y are worth tho money you \vill# havu^ nothing to worry about. LU)\\T TO NKUTKALISE DANGIOKOUS STOMACH AO IDS 1'Yw | o p! Iv-ides physici in.-' realise tin' imp rlaniv <i: keeping the f > d con tents nt the flimni'.'i free ...

Market Reports. DROUIN MARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Market Reports. HR0U1N' MAKKli . Geo. V. Sio.IIk'Droiiin, reports having hold Ins usu il weekly in;ir - kct on Tuesday list There was a KO'd aver.i^re y ir lin^ of pi^s. which shitwc.'l a sliciit I'llli.iLC in synipithy with the Mel'o.ninio in irkets. only a sm.ill yarding ol'cit;! ' b'H all said at K>i )d prices. I 'i i-ite price* as follows : - I'ijrs-Suekors, I ts. las. 17s to lis lid : slips. lSs G.l to 2K-. ; stores 2Sp to ;(0i. Cattle - Best cmvs to £7 10.5, which price was made by a very nice jersey cow of Mr Donal'd Grant's; y tuj ti<^ heifers barely 2 yrs 49s (id, old hulls to 15s. I'oultry from 2s to 2s ltd for fowls, and to lis (id per p tir for divks. Other sundries at lull market rates. Privately a line of store lambs on behalf of Mr Venablos at 12s.

An Interesting Animal. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

An Interesting finimal. It is calculated that one k.ilig.U'u" »s\.ts as much erass and consumes as much food n-'uerally us do five sleep, and consequently ho js look ed upon as an enemy in Queens land, to bv hunted with the on" idea of exterminating hi tn alto get her. ]u roaming t)ie UOO<1.-> then- <>no is almost sure to fall in with more or loss of these animals. They arc usually found sitting upright in circles of a do/en i»r jmuv. as i;rnve as though en.mlgod in holding a for mal council. Their short fore-pa w s hiiiii;' 1 i111p before thriii, while their restless heads and delicate ears turn hither mill thither in watchful care against surprise. When they are yonn^ they arts as pla\ful as kittens. Kwn when run ning away from pursuit-a process performed by I'liormoiis leaps. often cowrine ia rod ;if each living jump - i here N a certain airy grace and harmon,\ of attending I hejr motions. I*ogs and horses ha\e nmre jiowcr of endurance than the kangaro...

CONSANGUINITY OF HUMANITY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

i!V PASTOR Kl'SSKLL. Text: "Goil hath m:nle of OIH) hlooil Ail uMion* of men for to dwell oil r.li the f:vo cf tin; .'.'irlii: ;im<1 «\i th iiv. s 1'f'oro :ii>!'cin'. eil, :iv.d the 1.0*.!llll-.- .">1 tlu'il habitations, . . that, thev . . should yek t'i. 1 on'.. if hi!-;,' Iir^vroiy KiftSEUj] j they f,%«*1 %f'M' Him aiul find Him" (Arts xvii. Tii' o! .il! te\t have been re peat .'«iiy !»,. in upon my miml in my sojourning uf the p:*.r-t four months. 1 1 iv,;rve!led ;ts 1 pel.vi\<-d lhe 1hoivu^hne^ ' of l!u' divwi.-n of '.MI- human family as a ' iv-Mih of the ronlLi.->it-n *i!" human l.inmiaii'*. | T;:;te ..i,-! .r-V'ii l'-e Ap; >-?, '-'s -,taiemeni j t!v.t ..'><! ' ti ined tin* hounds o! : their >'.i'i».; t i -11s imp.essed me. TH OK HABITATION. H;<w *: i i' 'iiw ihat these various l«o. v.- l::w not inienuinirlod more in the f "i thousand years, anil.thai their L'.'i ni.T s < and customs have not blended! &...

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