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Cleveland's Independence [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Cleveland's Independence Uro'.er I'lcvelitiui has been charac terised l»y a friend as "the mint Ah illustrating' the independence and , dignity of the statesman's conduct, . ;i writer of personal remiMi>e»>m*rs of the e.vl'rexdeiit mentions thN sig nificant occurrence ;- . Once, <h11"i11T!io oul-o:'-»>iUce per-'' iod, by ro.piest and '.villi hi;- ccn b-.-nt, t introduced to him, at hi? country house, twu acquaintanc»a of mine. (.me of them, the editor of an imluent ial religious and p-ditl* cal paper, hud a private conver.^a t i«»n with hitu, When he canie out, I asked tho editor how he k(,? alonij with the e\~rr"Mdent. "Sjij.'n'iuUy," lie L-l. "ITu is! tlie greji.»^r, nuui I tn pv mot-and he wouldn't promise to do a thiniT I wanted." .Mr. nevluiid had top! tun j.n foro the inter\tew Mia." iv ? >mId 1 >e very j^lad to tp.e ^cit'.lciv.iui ; lie did not, know-n u* did I-what tlwv might wis') from hi:np ii any thing. He th^n said with ^r^ai, emphasi:-, "If f :...

Australia's Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Australia's Wealth. All told, men, women and chil dren, .tho population of Australia has not yet reached fivn millions, holding area of nearly thrco mil lion g*luuro miles. Of theFC Iho millions, inoro than ono million liuvo accounts with the navln^H b»v.nks - tho workcr?»' Inst LtvitWm-n.n»l j to Urn credit of theso depositors u#o of uVfr JS.I L' r«»r m or"" uum," wonmit, and child. Arui these O^uren are improving. it i3 impossible to accurately gauge tho actual wealth of tho people. Mr. Archibald, member of the Australian House of Representatives, hay provided somu J interesting il^ur««9 lndicati\o of the] estates changed handn every thirty years, so that thirty titties tho value of tho estates "f deceased per sons, as sworn for probate pur- j poses, paid each year, represented tiie value of the property *»f the ; people li\in^. He added an extra : JL*J 1rt'.)0/t00 to make up for plate, picture*, atid other valuables, on which probate wan avoided. In 1007 the value of the estates ...

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

Tuscan Toughness. Tu'> t rr» rolling in ! Italy appealed * o a. village iiili keeper /"). a trustworthy iruirl**' wh'> ; would <-onduct them over the pass ).<u,we<'ti Mt»» nfuumins of Uondinnjo and 'lVii PoU'ti/.e. in "Walks urn! , People in Tuscany," Sir Francis ; Vaiiu tolls nf their surprise when an : <>)d xv'iunu appeared and announced I that she had come to mako arrun^o j inoMfs f«»r tho Journo.v. Tlioy coii « 11,11 M'-'i jccordinuly. What was - our armueni'-nt. to Ic.irn that this elderly dumn was our de stined leader, and, indeed, sho was \z^i up 1,,r tli*' frny in lonjr bouts and short skirls with a workman like-looking stick. On we tramped, she nhvnys ahead, walking with a 1111?» military swintf which a Life (.'uardsnian might | have envied. The path was dllli-' cult, and could not he used by vein-1 cles. our ^uide led us up the steep \ way which follows a small and! the Md" of Romilnajo, and up it wo useended lor an hour...

Farewell Social. TO MR. J. J. WINTERS, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

farewell oociai. TO MR. J. J. WINTERS, J.P. On Thursday overling last at tlin IOOMI Lodgeroom thpre was a g.nhoring of townspeople, wli.) accepted M10 invitation of the President and members ot tlv ! Drouin Branch A.N.A. for the ' purpose of saying farewell to Mr , J. J. Winters, who is leaving on a I trip to South Africa and England for rho benefit of his health. The nvening was very enjoyable, dancing, interspersed with songs and recitations, being indulged in. The mu»ic for the dances was supplied by Mrs McGnrlick, Misses M. Lawson, E. Blyth and i IC. Young. Songs wore rendered by Messrs W. Nickell, J. Wager | and A. Benn, and recitations by Messrs Noall and Hearps. During an interval, the Presi dent of the Branch (Mr L. Hearps) said they- had gathered for the purpose of saying adieu to Mr Winters, who was about to take a trip round the world as a health reviver. Mr Winters was one of the oldest members and founders of tho Drouin Br. nch. He had much pleasure in presenting Mr w:....

Beet Juice for Long Life. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Beet Juice for Long Life. Oli>- hi' tljo most i«;t'.M*ostlnp: dhs which will produce lontf life in thu j human race. I They (i*Il i;.*i Ui<j Iioot is full '-f ? iron iitul otln v ruib.stances which will ' a-'t «ih tho human when ad- ! ininI.st"<I us a Ionic. | Tiio beets are cut. up and bolted fur several hours when they arc' removed from the water, and then ' tho liquor is boiled down until it becomes a .syrup. This Is taken i»\ ' doses ranging from a small wine-j i.dns.s to one-half a pint, tvvu or } three times a tiny, usually iW-uv the person eats a Lro-id meal. This pronounced by some of I the b^st physicians ns one of the most effectual tonies that can bo. t rd.en. Viiirce <(*; ves, such as a halt-pint at a time i.-; declared by 1 h«- dnpa ne.--e ^to be a prev-ei! a* i \ e and a. cur.' for rrnvt.-l of tho kidm'Vs and bhohh-r. H hhoubl bn taken until relief in certain, whieh is said to I'i'iii'1 in a f"\v <la.v;

D[?]rict News. JIN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

vfict Nlews. [From Our Own Correspondents.] J1 N 1)1 > I K. The Wisteria Fair, in ;ud of a new piano for ho Mechanics* H;iil is to be opeii'M at 3 -''clock n«xt Wetlnosiia ifiernuon, and -continued on vV- ines-i i. anr! Thursday evening.-. T i re will bo numerous attractions, utifl <he ladies are working hard to make the fair a huge success.

The M.P. as Hero. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

The M.P. as Hero. Many graphic (Inscriptions of ijrcat fires h;r. .. boon published In news papers, in mnga/ines, ami in novels, l>nt we have never read a more vivid .short account of a fire than thai furnlMu-'i ' >y Mr. "liVci' I.OcUel' 1 aiupSDii, M.F., who recently dls l i11;-v0sh-"i l\ltn' '-If in re^ouo worli. ; Jit Hio filt; which out Hyde ir<?r.> jy Llto heroic M.IWm accuunt as It appeared in 'Tho Mine*.' "I heard cries. On looking" up £ saw tint there way a parapet nyainsi tho rkyline, with n rail round it, and on it the figure of a woman in whit«\ Although sho was sevan m. or<*yi3 up. Iter \oi<"e car ried to in'1 as clearly a?) if s\v) w^vo r-trndiiu;" cio-n* hy trie. " 'C»11 ! hurry,' ?lio *\ns cr\)ng, ' do hurry !' "The llames wined to i,e «^tting nearer ami nearer ovory moment. it was a most pitiful 1.1;to aoo her there, and to know that «.<? wore helpless. I ;iikI the firemen shouted at tile t<>p of our ...

LAR[?]ER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

L A It I ? -> K K . On Tuusdny, .ilt.. r,-i" first' meeting of the 4.; . . Imr Society was held, . tn- - - a Rood number -.>f nmwr .. .-.??it. The election of uffi bearer- n-~iihed as fallows:-Prisident, Mr \V Buses: Vice-President, Mr K. Hale; Secre tary, Mr A. McFarlane. The sylla bus item boins Impromptu Speeches, a good deal of discussion took place on ooveial subjects braught forward by members. A Football Club lias been formed here with Mr J. GOOJIi as Proident; Mr J. Stockdale, Vice-President ; and Mr A. MeFurlane Secretary. The Club lias entered tue Drouin Football Association, Afess'rs A. Mc F:t rhino

SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

SOMKTHiXr. TO LOOK FORWAIU) TO. I-wji-w f^.V-rn \»u proccM any nivtnor \n:h the crinoline cmz?, jiret picture <»ng oi vourfoivc-i riding a bike in a cririolinc."

LONGWAR[?] EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

The committee of the Me chanics' Institute wore notified by Mr J. E. Mackey, M.L.A., of a Government grant of £20 towards the building fund of the hall. A chequ ; for t"he amount has since been received by the Secretary from the Chief Secretary.

Safety in Submarines. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Safety in Submarines. In the (' type of submarine \esseN, 1 oho of which recently foundered fort 'inn t ely without loss of lilt:-as j the result oi a collision, the crow hivvy a much better chance of es cape than in (lie earlier types of this vessel. They am fitted with 10 cylinder horl/.on I al petrol engines of the Yickors pattern, which de motors operated by storage bat- ! tories. The petrol is stored In such a way as to make it impossible for j tho vapour to n.i:c with tit" air in i the boat and so cause all explosion, 1 as happened to A.") on Queens! own. The only danger possible 'says an authority) is leakage petrol through joints whon the vessel is submerged, (n uhieh case t he spark ing- of tho motor might cause an o:\p1osh ei, but the likelihood oftbu danger has not been overlooked, . | for, in-tho latest (' type tho electric [motors are <>f a special design which enables oil or a very high dash point to bo used tor lubrica tion, thun preventing the motor fro...

NEERIM JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

N E K li I 31 J U N CTION The Xeerim Football Club's annual meeting was held in the Mechanics' Hall last week, when there was a fair attendance ot members. The Secre tary read the balance-sheet, which showed a small credit balance. The election of officers was then proceeded with, the result being as follows : President, Mr C. Burr; Vice-Presi dents, Messrs J. Farleigh, H.Johnson, 0. English, J. Y. Woolstencrott, A. MoCor nack, J. Riddoll and L. M. Prestou; Secretary and Treasurer, Mr H. Riddeil ; committee, Messrs L. Birr, H. Riddeil, \Vime, F. Fallon, P Farleigh, J.McCarty, A. Feelev; delegates, Messrs C. I3arr, P. Farleigh, II. liiddell; match committee, Messrs P. Farleiijh, B. Olsson and C. Carr.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

y and Co. 9 STOCK FARM, LAN;- & FINANCIAL AGENTS AUCTION SALICS AT | vrabragci-i5v;-;uv THURSDAY,0f Catlle, Sti c(j an.) Pig-, i WARHAGUL-Evorj SECOND THURS- ! DAY, of Fat I'igs. (Ba-t Bajers Altcsil.) i WAKUAliUL - QUARTERLY, Hors-. Sale, bUN'VU'-MONTHLY, of Cauls, Sheep ii i'lf, I'.vtri f UUi'il ;-ATUKDAY,al Mr Slack's I aril6. ACCOUNT SALES 4 ''ROCEKDS ON UAX Of sUL.K. Clriii'iiiy Sairs <,t.««ducied. .HadI AGENIS KOK THii MiOTTIbH, UNION & .SATIOKAL flUE iSSBiiAM-K CO. WAI;I(A(iliL WlilCKLY MARKtiT. THURSDAY. MA.Y ?. ? AT.TDKiH YARIHj ? . Opposite'.lUiiway-Trucking Tarde. Al 1'- o'clock Sharp O f..lu.%»»ntr Motk\ Ice . F«r Owners -J JO do, forward springer8 15 do backward springers 4 Heifers, springers 12 do 2 years old 16 do Yearlings 25 do poddies 17 Steers, 12 months old 8 do yearlings 15 do poddies 30 fat sheep 50 gtore sheep j' FAT PIG DAY. SKEWS HUNTER A: CO, W*rr-'t;ul. Bl.VVIP «0.\THLV SAI>I". ATM K STAOEY'S YARDS. SATURDAY, 30th MAY. At 1 o'...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

~m i ]nd Established 1877-1914-37 tears. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY EVENING. Circulates extensively through out the Shire of Buln Buln, ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUMS OP ADVERTISING. If you liaye Anything to Dispose of, or wish to make your Business a Saccess, Advertise in this Popular Journal. MODERATE CHARGES. Accurate & Reliable Reports ot all Meetings and Gatherings held throughout the District. Correspondence Invited. LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Subscribers enrolled at any time. 8UBSC.K1PT10\-12s 6d per quarter er \0s per annum, Posted to Any Address.^ OFFICE: Opposite Post Office, Drouii. Mcndncfee, Indigestion, Constlpatton «o4" -OlIWjntnMp. The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by post diroct to the Pro prietor, i» convincing proof thut the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearanco nnd pleasant to take; they are immensely more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissues,,and...

Decentralisation. AN URGENT NEED. [?] AND THE RAILWAY. HOW TO BRING IT ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Decentralisation. A.Y UKCK.VT A'KKD. now TO nui.Nt; rr Aisoir To those wlio wafeh ;iITairs in Vic.lori;i (ho present outlook indi cates serious trouble ahead. Xot since (lie period of Hie great laud boom of twennty-live years ,i;o, li.'is there been such ;i congestion of the life of the. Stale ;il one centre. .Notwithstanding al the (iovemmeut lifis been ;i(((;t11p(in<£ to do for the country districts the people are steadily leavin gniral for city in duslries. The extensive irrigation schemes which were to do so much are nol all they have lieeii crock ed 11J) to lie, and the iuoii"V laid out on them is not now w>irlh Iwenly .shillings in the pound. All this seems quite natural wlien one reflects on the manner in which the whole. Slate is run by and for Ihe benefit of the people of .Mel bourne. Half 'o t Ihe population of the Stale is grouped round Ihe meeting place of Parliament, and personal influence is slill an im portant factor in our political life. The man on the...

THE [?]ippsland Endependent FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

-THE ^tppslani) Ertbepenbeni FRIDAY. MAY 1. 19H. COUNCIL.-The monthly meeting of the Buln Biiln Shiro Council is to bo held oil Monday. 'Ill) May. S AIJ\.-A gre.i t clearing sule of Mr J. C. Mickleburg's puro-brod poultry ami plant, cattle, horses, &c, isv'to bo hold at the farm, miles from Darnum, on Tuesday, 5t.li May, at 12.30. The sale is being hold on account of the property having changed hands. Full particulars are advertised in this issue by Messrs Jennings and Mclnnes, auctioneers. DEATH. - The ''West Gippsland Gazette," Warragul, writes :-"Many residents of this town will bo sorry to learn of the death of Miss Ireland, which occurred at tiie Convalescent homo, Mitcham, on Sunday morning. Miss Ireland was one of the most re spected ladies in Warragul, and , possessed that desirable womanly charm and sweetness of disposition I which wins tho hearts and affections I of the people. The remains "of the deceased lady wore interred on Mon day afternoon in th« Boxhill eoir...

A MISTAKE IN THE SCRIMMAGE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

A JJISTAKIi IN Til 10 SCItJMMACI During the visit of the Maori font ball players'to Kngland some yt'.irs rough play. in a match Lhey pkiy «m! wlll> < i C<*rt 11 In U-imi thl:. t-iiro so Its.-lf that, bi'fnre the £umk; was niimy minutes old, three of the home team wore hors do combat. Firulin^ t hat. expostulation wms useless, the British blood asserted itself, nnd retaliation was indulged in. While a fi.-rre looking scritn tnugo was in progress the loud, voice of the captain of the home loam was heard as lie thus rebuked n comrade : "Confound it. Tom, do look out ! Jt was the ball you kicked that time !" Duff-So you and the I'aton girl are one 7 Houston-That's what I thought when the parson married us, but J have since conclude! we are ten. Dull-What, do you mean ? Houston-She is one and I'm nought, my dear fellow. atop advertising juat became buninrfts is rather slow. Jf you do. It wiP, lake many a long day to overtake the .time lost by neglecting he imoit ...

Which End of a Post Should be Up? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Which End of a Post Should be Up ? Jt is a very common belief among | farmers that a post ,\ylll l.ist louder : If sot In the ground the reverse of ? the way it grew in the tree, in other words, with tho butt-end up. Accordingly, one scos many posts, especially end and &ato posts, with tho small end down. Tho supposi tion is that .sap in a tree U al ways ascending, or at least that it Is easier for tho sap to go up ihau i down. Consequently, it is argued, turning a post upside down tend.'} to prevent the rise of water, helps ? to keen the wood dry, and, there fore, renders it lej-s liable to decay. : As a matter of fact, sup or water can J'iow in either direction with ! equal facility and the popular no- j ? Uon to tho contrary is incorrect, j S Careful experiments on tho rcbi'ivo durability oi poL-t timbers have beefi ? j made by the Ohio Agricultural I-'.x* i periment Station (says the "ScE<*u : tirtc American") and the above <pies i tion way consider...

WHO MAKES THE BEST HUSBAND? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

WHO .u.vKKs mis UEST HUSJiA-N'D? Girls not out of their teens ai-e ap4 0 scorn tho idea of marrying the quiot, taid young inan. tho feilow who plods likv a cait-horso, at tha same ace every day. Tiiey prefer somobody v .i- v linl'uuu:** shown in every word .o uiifi-s. ?'< U !. ju-( possible that tho quio< ? ' ni.» wiii make the best hut* .'i it- wm .d. Of course, ho rnaj . "id stingy, and unable tc . in nun. a JC'J ln\. or £3 a ivook. Ux. oihn considered, lie ought . iimho » ;isiNuiiab!y good husband. Thou ihero i«» tiie other one whe ides u hobby, lie is either an ador liile husband or a perfect nuisance. If ill depends on the wife's point of view, Mime women like to see their huabandi ..ound tne house as much as possible Hnor* prefer thai he attend to lh« ii^4» ati'air.N of life, and keep out oi he way ut home as much as possible l'\)r tho former thero is the ainatoui arpenter, who makes odd hits of furni ture: the lover of llowors, who id novel w happy as wi...

Tommy's Hobby. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Tommy's Hobby. Tho following happened hi a Man chester srhool recently, This tca cher had been speaking' in unique and valuublc collections oi objccts of art and interest, and spoke oi the fabulous wealth tluit bad been expended by some of the collectors on their peculiar hobby. Thinking of some idea of the char acters 01 the members of his claaa in this direction, lie asked them what they thought they would like to collect if thuy had ph'nty of money. Up went the hand of a boy who \ was not noted for particular bril- j lianee-in fact, answers from him wore very scarce on any subjeet ; juj this opportunity wks s»»i/ed by the t ouch CM*. '"Well, Tommy, and whnl- would \ou collect ?" "Ren's, sir," was the prompt. re ply The l-'ssoii was changed, and that tenehtT is r»v<>\from fch»» shoe.';. 1 Mm»'. !'la mmariof); wife of M. I'*la mm;t ciun, the ast rotiomer, is au ardent worker in (ho Peace Movo mont in Franco. Tin* bui^est arliucial watti'courw; in ihe world is the Heii...

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