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A THRILLNG ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

A TIUUbLINO ADVKNTU.fc. I was once a elorl; '* nu^nzine in South .w:sv . ** :outributor). iho n«-* )J -ulety, situate<fciu..tht* . *? ilaiu far from anr-al i 'J .alist friend' was'"2*^ f speaimetw of booties, v».~ case in which tuev.- » - .*& md, in his hurry to #;«.*. ;/:. r. t :a ioets, he also dropped -.umt* :00m* natchcs from hia pociiet at i & ?>aui« :iiuc. More flurried tlsan ever, he no .identally stepped upon a ma;* «: .-t uiR it and the cotton wool tvhirh Hnetf ">is inject easo. One of the sm<cimt?nB 1 Hyiuu-bcetlo, immediately ilow nwa}» '.ownrds the magazine, and, to my cou ^rnation, I saw it croep into the vou viator with a pioco of blazing cottoo BtickinK to it. r Wn* about to rush to tho magazine. I >-/^n ,"or® was an awful explosion i iwiiu f'u recovered my senyoB in th« IthTf?1 «'"?» «^.vh later, 1 learned" niint fB.cxI?'oslon had killed mv natu tho - and »b , lli<. r, . ' ! hu l"he fir* 1, i 1 °LKr*?"' °" the...

CORRRECTING FAULTS IN YOUNG CALVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

I'OKKWTINC FAULTS IN* V(H'NlI CALYKK. I UIK-. of i.lii'. i\»K>V\.*.\; cutvos arc ruimini;. in u loo«« '".* Iri that of .sucliin^ one another, writes an Kn^lish correspondent. There is a wide dilTerence of opinion re^ardin^ the results which may oeeur. Many claim Hunt- small quantities of hair arc 1 a kin info the stomach, ami this is finally matted intu n tirni hall, which may do;: in the stomach or bowels of the calf, resulting in death. The reason for this habit of snrkinj; may in some measure suggest a re medy. When wu food calves with milk from the pail, they drink so rapidly J hat. they fail to relieve the mouth of .the saliva which naturally mixes with the milk, while t.he\ are suck iuy,. In order to relieve their mouths of tlie seeretion which organs of di gestion demand, they will .seek some thing to suck wliieh will rid their (months of the saliva, which has been retained to a large extent, and their favourite object is some portion of the c.ilt next to them. The worst, ...

MAN AND HIS STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

MAN AND HIS STOMACH. It is not an uncommon thina to h«». » man.-i>.B-woman say-'"There is Bora*, thing tho matter with my stomach." I'hey nover stop to think whether thoi iliemselves are not at fault, instead <& lie stomach. It is so rasj- to blamo th« stomach. Jt caii'ts;I/ttnything back But tl!« truth Of >« tk* stomach is all right- ^ -s Wat "LHti£ J^-chS-hatis causing -iu'b? 'viTih" body, or when it has ?vorloaUcd, and it prutouta against t\i« indigestible article or the surplui Amount of food. It is acting as a friend and sending .>ut a warning against this abuse. Hut u^tead of being grateful to the stom ill and leaving off the indigestibN ? ood and the big dinners, tho man o» i lie woman continues to load it witi pio and cake, pickles and sauces, port and pancakes, and all sorts of thing! and then they complain that there 11 something tho matter with then stomachi. __

FRIGHTENED HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

FRIGHTENED HIM. \ ..... v.v»vi7T^ rtT»»»u\-esk uiu l;uly i'I the 1 tunity to nay she already possessed . one. At last he paused. Only lout ' e.'jo'i.u'h, however, to thrust a can; 1 into the lady's hand. The hit ol ; pasteboard was certainly a novelty, j "-My name is Helium," it read, "of . the firm of Blan? and Company, sew ! in.LT-maehine manufacturers, and I in < tend to prove.to you that it is mad ; ness tvi defer purchasing one of our une<|iialUM machines." After a iontf j description of t,he machine earne the 'following: "Vuu may plead that, you I are uniiMi! to work a machine. I will | ivmove that objection in fifteen min j ntes, or in three lessons. Will call ! next Wednesday." j When the atrenl called a<;ain a six foot man opened .the door and bland- j j ly remarked :- , | "You're the sewin^-machiue man, I j , suppose ?" I : "Yes; T called last week, ami" ' ! "Yes, T know," interrupted the Iul- I man. "You don't know me, I sup- ; po.-e Y My ...

"A MIRACLE STONE." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

"A MO! A CLE STONE." The mystory of the, " miracle-ston»,*' which for centuries has been regards? with awe by tho inhabitants of a re mote mountain region in tho Sierr* Madres, in the western part of th« State of Chihuahua, Mexico, lias beet solved. When the first explorers enter ed that region many years ago thej found that the Indians there wore a small pioc« pf peculiar stono, which wsi attached to a thong around their necks, l'he Indians ascribed miraculous heal ing powers to tlie stone, and claimed that it was a cure for rheumatism and ill chronic diseases of the body. Scien tific men ridiculed the idea of its pos sessing any curativo properties, con sidering that it was a superstitious idea which had been handed down from jencratio*. to generation by the In iiiinn. A short time ago several piece? 3l the stone, which is found in con siderable quantities in the mountains, were obtnined by a mineralogist, and ?aken to the city of Mexico, where t!ev were analysed. They were found ...

THE DAIRY CHEDDAR CHEESE BACTERIO LOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

THE DAIRY f'UKDDAI? CHKKSK IJAC TKKK.i logy. "The Bacteriology of ('hr-ld-ir Cheese" is the title of Bulletin i:>u of P.S. Department of Agriculture. Tli" j invest i^ations described were niad'ic toil by K. G. Hastings, of vViscousi i Experiment. Station ; Alice Kvan^ of the Dairy Division ; and K. I> Hart, of Wisconsin. The rtf«»rr. wast throw more Ii^ht upon tlit* role play cd by micro-organisms in tho pre parations and ripening of eh'vs-. an1 the results (>f tin' invest israt ions .'in summarised as follows : 1. From the same raw material-: various kin<l of chocs-' are prepare-!, which differ especially in flavour. Th . factors that determine whether a cheese to he prepared from a civ:n mass of milk, rennet, and salt, is to he of one kind or another are to be found in the methods of the cheese maker, who i.s able to vary in on» way or another the composition of the cheese, with the result, that con ditions are established that favour or retard the growth of th...

BRAVELY FOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

BRAVELY FOCGHT. A. cat, which had a numerous litter >f kittens, otio bright day in aprinz mcourafcwC h«r onus to k\>out, kL&YAo door whuro sUe lived. While nho was jomiug thom ill their .ricka and gambols, a large bawk, who -vas sailing aboro the barn-yard, in a uoment darted upon 0110 of tho kit :ons, and would havo as quickly born# t off but for tiie courageous rnothor. .vho, seeing tho danger of her o/F ipring, sprang on the common enemy, .vho, to defend itself, let fall the prize. Iho battle presently becamo *over<> tc )oth parties, Tho hawk, by tho power if its wings, tho sharpness of it* :aIons, and the strength of his beak. 3ad for a while tho advantage, cruolN ;acerating the poor cat. and aotonllc I Jepnving her of one evo in tho con J 3ict. Hut puss, not in tho ieast Jaunted at tho accident, strove witi; ill her cunning unci ability for tho kit :ens till she had broken t.'io win" of .ler adversary. In this state sho"got [ vim more within the powe...

THE FARM. WESTERN WOLTHS GRASS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

THE FARM. V15STKKN WOLTHS GUASrf. (KxtracU-d from the Journal mvrtment of ALcricultui o.) "A great wealth of forage, 15 toiu to (lie acre, is at present luring ml (or stock-feed at tlio Kunkura Karir of Instruction. It Is tin; West err Wolths grass, a variety of rvc-gras; said to have originated from a plant plucked by the wayside by a Dutcl peasant, At Itiiakura it lias undoubt. eillj given the. heaviest yield of at rye-grasses, making a rapid <lenst growth and providing excellent spriirj feed, admirably adapted for rut tins and carting out to stork. Sown or the 1-1 th of May, it was ready fo: feeding about the beginning of Od" ber. It is generally considered that legume and non-legume combination such as pons and oats, is the mo » desirable green crop, but. this \v;!t give lint, a very poor second cut Western W'olths, on the other h'n I. provides several excellent subsi^im' cuttings. Undoubtedly a grass wine' in a very wet season will give ;i>> abundance of feed a...

METAPHORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

METAPHORS. The use of metaphors often leads t« tmusing HibcrnicL^ms. One has heard for example, of the gentleman wh< compared his political adversary to t ! bird of prey which had had its teetl |'pulled. Councilor McAllen, a member a the West Ham Town Council, wont on« better than tin's when, ^orkinc to sootlu some colleague.* ^hom he had affronted he said, *'I am sorry to have rai»>c< such a flame, but I will pour oil or it." Animosity was fov^otu-n in laugh ter, nnd tlie lauphter ;vas renewed whei later the councillor, in a burst of ep thusiasm, referred to <-ome people bH. "like tho camel which, when it didn* j want to see anything, buried its beat i in the aand." ____ I First man (in club smoking-room): « T>0 Vo« V««»W .1 >W*«' n»Y>.un CKK tm suna.iyr" I &i><:nnd 3f;>n: "Now, that'.s most in I 'crosting. Wiiafc can bo tho roason tot that?" Third Man: "I hare a t&eory," etc*, >tc. Fourth Man: "It occ...

In Abraham's Country. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

Abraham's Country. The journey from "lieirut to Alep po, scarcely longer iu point of mile age than front London to Manches ter, took us air.eteen hours. A good-natured Turkish ofheer shared the compartment, and helped to en liven the way. as well as to keep undesirables from travelling with 'is. Beyond Mama, on the riu-r Orontcs. ue could .nx- several of the high water whorls which are used to raise uut«T from i'.ic river to tlic hh;h ground on either side?. Those naura, as they nro railed, aro of huge di mensions, some ol them nearly TO feet in diameter. Aa tho wheel passes through the water, small 'boxes are lilled with the fluid, and. uhni they reach tho top thoy empty t hoir contents into a trough, from which the water is directed into the necessary channels. Night and day th»'>" whe.-N turn, and are only to b*» stopped by diverting tho force of tho water below into another course. Allif.guth^r, it. is a curious example "i Syrian engineering:, and the creaMm: of the wheels, t...

Airship Travelling. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

Airship Travelling. » Captain C, M. Waterlow, of tho Royal Flying" Corps, status that a new material has recently been dis covered for manufacturing" the gas envelopes of airships. It practically eliminates the leakage cl gas. The secret of its manufacture cannot bo discovered by examination or analy sis. This material, suys our author ity, will make the airship a feasible* commercial proposition «j.3 a pas senger-carrying vehicle. IIo prophe sies that airships* running regularly between London' and, Paris will carry Jlfty passengers, and do sixty miles nn hour with ea.se and corr/ort. Ah passengers pass through the turnstiles to the uirship, we ar«» told, tHeir weight will be recorded, TJu>50 over l'i stone w'ould have t<» pay excess. Consequently gentlemen near tho limit would discard cc»ntm and wraps, and t;ive them to their lighter friends. All England would bo furnished with lighthouses-the white upper light would be the county one, and tho lower red litfht would ...

(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange Exciting Adventure. PART 9. CHAPTER XXIII. THE TWO TOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) T H E Secret Island. Story of a Strange Exciting Adventure. By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Curse ol the Cartlews," etc., etc. PART 9. CHAPTER XXUI. THE TWO TOWNS. During the afternoon there was great excitement and Hoi;-1? in the town, nnd from a front, window Dick watched tho motley groups of people who passed up and down the street. After dinner Jason Gore came in, nnd held a private conversation with Dick. "Although our laws forbid it," he began, "I am going to give you two more months of grace. At the end of that time you must take the oath of allegiance, or sutler the conse quences of refusal. Meanwhile you will have plenty of freedom, and can ob serve for yourself tho sort, of life «e lead here." Dick was too prudent to reply to this ultimatum. _ It "Will I be permitted to see Miss Ferris ?" he asked. "Not until the two mouths have expired,11 was the disheartening ic- j sponse. "Don't worry about the girl. She will be well taken car...

A Slinnery Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

A SliDoory IVlvstery. A»'i«t <.<v.rs .»f -;tu<iy sr-*.>nUsVs are stjll in 'i-aru-^ :<s :).<> .ricin of \\hi;-'n :.. w ,iys ;i?i pj j i-1 y p\;;v] ir.n * ur<\ I'«ir in' ;o;o\ hp i!! m-Ip for \pnrs in tii.- .I.-oi i,s '»f4 i Ih; < '<*.'.» II. ,:(..«! I IK t i <:»->. I \ Jt<!jnuni t *j tin- - :«»!. ;i , »»i j»l.» of y» Mrs. }/<' K ;i J-r;) v. .»jaJ^ror. ;».; r 3 appn r«'r.'tiy i.*i' 1»:. i*.m;f to" rlvi'ii^p* of i ? i 111.. t' . for ho n,!l v u'lii him S'-lf in tiif iluif StpfiiHi f->r a time, iii-ii t h>'i:. ;i!I « a mako tr.-icks f..r .-oh! v. ai \! I *' r Hi.it ![<? ;i,;i y tl* ..!'!> > to try fro/;}} ,.»;j<«>r. ntpf |<ror----<i J" tak^jip hi;. ;i 1" ? i * * in tii<> ri\,-r. : ra v-llinc ro111.'' i11m".« :;.nr.n <<« fi" so ! Ni'it 11 <' I" f i' ; ! | ...

CHAPTER XXV. THE GARDEN ON THE CLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

CIIAI'TEH XXV. THK (. AKDRN" ON THK (,'LIfV. j It. was no safe or easy task oil which JJiek ncnv adventured forth, and ho realised this as ho passed from the liniisr into (lie moonlit, street and turned in tin* opposite direction to tint t.-'lu'n by Captain Yolborth ; for i his ptirpn;::1 was nothing less than to j try to steal an int.i*rvie.v with Mary » Ferris to enter the danirerous pro-' cinels forbidden to him by Jason j Core. j He had made the resolve loni; he- ] lore, but had failed to lind the op- ! portunity, since the Russian was with j him every overling through those ! hours that were most suit able for the j attempt. And heretofore ho had been ; 1 merely actuated by a lion*..1 desire to see ill.' k'irl, with no definite idea of what 11e would say if he was success ful ; while 1 o-niirbt'. after the convcr satinn with Yolbort h, he [elt. that urgent, reason.-; existed for seeking ; the interview. _ Umt/t .'WiV.Vi'uAiii CUIR. Nor was i\1nry the sole object of his thoughts...

CHAPTER XXIV. A VISITOR AT THE ADMIRALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

CHAPTER XXIV7. A VISITOR AT TMI'J ADMI11ALTV. About two weeks prior to Dick's arrival on the island, and while the King of Troy was still oil the South j American coast, Lieutenant. GeolTrey I Grenville stood one morning at the , window of his hotel, looking moodilv r'ali men-of-war the- crippled one bringim: the crew and passengers iif the Juiiir - lilied the papers with sen sational and thrilling news. There had been columns and columns des cribing. it all-tin- loss of the mail steamer Tropic-, the rescue of some of her passengers by the .Juno, the "hoarding of the latter by (lore and his rutlians, and the sinking of the whip after Luke Kadford had been murdered and M;>ry Ferris abdnc.ted ; then the luek\ falling in of the .Juno's boats with the man-of-war, and the subsequent rinse and dreadful light that, ended with the destruction of the yacht and the escape of tIK; pir ate eru iser. The civilised world was convulsed with the news, and to (leotlrey (iren ville the shock was n...

District News. [?]LLA [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914

District Mv vs. [From Our O'c ''arrets : >ridents.} M(.!| I,LA A presenta'.. m concert and social in aid of me Cricket p'uj> was held in the school on Wed nesday, 15th inst, when there was a crowded house. The following contributed to ths programme: Piano solo, Master Leicht; song, Miss Lu(fon ; song, Mr Madden; recitation, Mr H. Lugton ; song, Mrs Vickery; recitation, Mr Mr Rodger. Tho trophies won during the season were presented to tho winners. Three of the four trophies wevo rron by Mr A. Lug ton (Captain). At a rec-nt meet ing of the club this gentleman rnovod that no player rocoive more than one trophy, bo it was decided to give the trophies to the second men. The bat, presented by Mr Jamieson, of Longwurry, was won by A- Lugton with an average of 30 4. Mr Vickory's tropliy (a bat) won by A. Lugton, was passed 011 to Garwood (second). A. Lugton also won the trophy for the highest indi vidual score (presented by Mr R. .T. Vunr" "tVop*»y ttio most catches, won by TT. Garwo...

Tell-Tale Nails. CHARACTER IN FINGER-TIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Tell-Tale Nails. CIIAHACTEIl IX FINGER-TIP A novel philosophy, developed by a smart Broadway manicure girl, 13 described l» t»"> "World's MeeazUw." Nw Vol'!;. Ml-s-s Ailelo Ultchie has appllpfl her Intuitive faculties to ,h« study oi those who ccme under her no'.Ice, mid says that character v.v,\v ho read as easily by the finger nulls as by the palms. X can tell h»fore a « ord 1B spoken, she says, 11 a man owns und drives his own car ' whether ho is happy or nio r"<e rich or broke ; whether ho l» in love or married or divorced, nou.sly, 1 believe I m}. out; Seriously, l ucnc\w * mentally, a'fairly complete outline o a mail's cl.aractcr the Instant I take '"l nuiv^staU that the artistic tem perament, almost Invariably, » known by the worst nail awl cutl that the manicuro encounters. The null, it Of ordinary size, is sure to be "4b- 1" shape or colour, wit cuticle 'so erratic that sMUol work IS vei\ntred to make it look any- - thing HUo beautiful. Ul.ljDM.AN and doctok. ...

Value of Uncooked Food. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Value of Uncooked Food. ? f Thero can bo no doubt that frosli fruits, nuts, and other fresh aud uncooked vegetablo food, contain something which is absent from food which has been dried, salted or otherwise preserved. Sailors whoso bediofl have been reduced to ;\ most pitiablo state by scurvy recover with most astonishing rapidity when fresh fruits and preen vc.-et able.J are added to tr.~:r dietary. ' Xo in vestigator ha:; yet shown jii-t what this necessary element if. but th.it it exists has been clearly shown by Illustration:;. Cnr-J'ui cx\ eri monts have shown Unit fresh j-.d^e.s possess tho ij'.'-.vpr oi destroy in^ germs, est fc'those whic'' ro capable of i;row;:iL; In the alimen tary canal. Cooked fresh juices por^ct',3 this property also to somo extent, but by no nseana to so great an extent as do uncooked fruit juices. Per sons suffering from bili'ju.-.ness aro wonderfully benefited by omitting the evening mealH, eating nothing later than four o'clock, and taking thu Juico...

Trouble From Tins. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Trouble From Tins. Many housewives nro suspicious of tinned foods, useful though the latter arc. On opening «? tin, ilt <>nce plungo into the contents a bright steel knitting-needle, Jind let : it remain for i\ minute. A stool knifo would do, hut it must be | quite clean. Ti copper poison Is present it. is immediately deposited uu the steel. This tost never fails. Other precautions are : Never ac cept a tin which ir, dented or bulg ing, or which even looks ancient. Xor ir the tradesmun lakes if from Ids window. Tinned goods make u brave display there, but It's the wrong place tc keep them. All tin nod goods, both in sh«*>ps and in the hou.se, should bo Kept in a col, dry placo. away from the direct sun, or the contents deteriorate. Do not buy tinned goods which boa r no maker's name. And, when you have opened a tin. never allow ihc lish, or whatever it contains, to remain in it. Kinpty at onro into a di.^h. Tnese precau tions obser\ed, you can safeh help o\it"a menl...

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 13 Stephen, G. V. Winturs, J. J Oolquhoun, C. M»rt"i), W. U. Buttor Erctory Hayes' Family Hutu] Casey, D. I'. litmdermm, A. 11. Prase nnd Sons Hiiinilion, Larduor Koad Backhouse, Skii ner and Hamilton Sliiro flail, Drouin (W. Young, secretary) Falu maun, W C. Cunmunication may bu had with Iht' ollnwing places : - Melbourne Is Loiipwarry 2d G a. tie Id 2d Pakonhnm 4d Nurrewuirei) Gd Dandenong 8J Tiaralyon 8d Yanagon 2d Stratford la 4d M'irwoll (U Tlmrpd-ilu Gd .Wallmlla It'iki'by Bulti l-uln Neerim Nuariin Sth Neerim N. U(i[irr Muondarra Coalvillo BarrB Darnuin loim 8d 2d 2d 4d 4d Gd 81 Gd 4d 2d 2d Warrairul Id Bunyip 2d Namarnoon 3d Pakenham K 4d BurivicK Oakloigh Trafalgar Moo Salo Toonsabhit) Il<>sedale Boolarra Jindivick fira Neerim East 3d Noerim >J iinc.-M f^Hicer 4d Nariacin Gd Bairnadale Is lOd Lindunow Is 4d Nilnm 2d Crossover 3d 'Jd 8d 3d 2d Is 8d Is 01 3d Is Fjr this old «urth has reed of jour mirth, It has colds and cougliB of i...

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