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HOW MUCH IS REQUIRED? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

HOW MUCH IS REQUIRED? Not oven tlio spacious bedrooms of a ahieo contuin enough air to lust uu v.-. ..-i.y.:-.. .upiirity in tlio tuorntnt;. -N.-ith- r tlu« public uor tho law yet reroKiuses t.Ui* inference between cubic feel of Kp:io . nd cubic foot of uir. Neither m !>. .<! >'> 111 s nor anywhere else is n pun' ?.able to provide un adequate nuuili'i f cubic feet of .space to Millicc wit h<«m .utilat-ion ; whereas very few cuon .tif of space will su/fice if vei:ti!a{.Yf nsured that the cubic foot of air sup ?Led arc adequate. The value of wpaco ideed, is merely to make the proMen f ventilation easy, obviating, tlio dilli .:]ty cjvafod by draughts; However . i£ your bedroom, then, you mu>t have .jore cubic feet of air during the ni^Jd inn those originally contained in 1'« .oil) v. \;\*n you <40 to bed, and f«» urpose you must havo tho wiruhm ,n*n. similarly, the chimney mu^t »l ;ty> bo open; to put tho shutter d»»wn vhen tho firo is no...

THE DANGERS OF BEING MORBIL [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

THE DANGERS OF BKING MORT5TL Thousands of people Actually thin'? ..in^.ves to death every year by a . ? «.»H their minds to ihv«*If on minimi objects. The idea that one has &om<' 'iiripit>nt disease in ono's system, thu unn-^ht of financial ruin, (hat ;i . .ttjiiL: on in life without impruviny . ^pec'.s any of those or a utiiitt (!i«»i4L'ii(,s trta.v carry a -|> I .. "i:i :'1V A . *. . ;.y t' t;i i"t that fi.\e> itxc f 111.**.» ^ inir:d ns imieh doe' in-r a trd froi'i t mind, or it v.:l fi«v« '.in: w.. ».>. ?*!»..uM 1>.. to tl>. . :«M»{ tin fMt'cflt *2.r»ttW 1,.. fit-.* i . I v p:o:ort«»<I hy hrijzht iiiid olicorm rl-ou-'hts. of tvhicb I ouc^M to b< . boun?;fu! store in everyone}'* posses ion. companion* arc* ch«*ar?<.' h:in drills and plasters. The morl> ' mdition of mind produces n morb.c .ndition of body, and if the discus (x's happen to be in the system it ro -iivnii everv onoouraeemont to do^olop

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

Church News. t'uthi-lic Chmch -Suivlay, May 3 - M-ippeF-WarriRul 8 30 and 11, Vesperi i Drouin 9 Sen Yiow 11. Chorch or Euo: AND - Sunday, 3 d Mny, Drouin 11 ;i ni Tvarry '?outh 2.45, R<;T B> 1, Synr. . METHODIST ClUTKCH Dunlin U Longwarry South 3, Mr !>»»?* ; Li>ni! ^arry 11.30, Madella 3, Dn u n 7. Itev. B Criep : GiufHld 11, BunyipS. Buny.r 7 Mr I'ruj: K"keby 11. CrosBiiver 3. Neerim South 7. i'r licwhu.cU ; Ncenn. South 11. Nceiim7. r Uu-lia PIIESHYTEIIIav ClIuucH Drouin I *nd 7, Jiiiivick a. ti v. C I". 1'bilUpe : Pfciuin \V. si 7, Mr Young : Neer.m June fiftn 11, Neerirn N.E. :i, Noeiim -South 7, Jvlr McKenzie,

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

Animal Prize Fights. f. Ai Gwailor, a native .stat'n nf Central India, combats of animals arc ihc chief entert ninment got up lo amuso tho visitors, says a tra voller. The rams showed Iho best fight of all. Let lly from opposite ^nds of tho circle, they mot in the centre of their tremendous course, tho repeat ed dull thud of their horns echoing for days after in my ears. A whlto ram was produced, which wm.s held back with difficulty, springing and showing fight. to all the rains that camc near him. lie proved too strong and heavy lor all the others, and, they fled in terror before him. Then he would tako a mean advantage <V their retreat and go after them, butting at their backs ami .sides and turning them con temptuously over. Tho tra\ellor also saw a snake pittod against a mongoose, but, cur i ously enough, little fury us the 1 mongoose is, ho refuse'l to (ouch the very handsome spotted snake which wa.s first put in with him, but retreated at every Hiss. The .second and...

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

ECZEMA. Mrs. ELIZABETH ROBINS, of 256 Gouger Street, Adelaide, S.A., writes the story of her terrible suffer ings. 24/12/12. Eight years .he was a martyr fo the agony of Eczema, until she received relief from the almort ceaseless pain of this awful affliction through the uie of The voluntary offering of this remark able b.-Ucr by Mrs. Robin** is evidence ilsilf «»t her gratitude, ni.rl it is sil.-o proof vhat in ca*e-» whctc the l«lo«»«l is impure and s' in df-ease in tensity il by this condition, the blood Tunic CLi.KENTS TONIC LTD., *' Your medicine ha* been * great blessing to mc. 1 suffered with Eczexa for eight years ; my legs i to an awful size and watery blisters that on breaking* All that ti fined to my home, except when taken to They declined to 'take me in and pro nounced me incurablt. Your medicine was recommended to me by Grace, who said it ' blood purifier, and my to get my blood into good order. That it three yearj ago, and after taking a few bottles of Clements Tonic ...

EFFECT OF ACCENT. A BATCH OF GOOD STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

EFFECT OF ACCENT. A riATCll OF GOOD STOIII 1".S. Kroin a list (V examples of the effect of the misuse of accent, pub lished in the "New York Tribune/1 we take tho following : At a trial between two l.ondon music publishers before Iho Court of King's Bench in .lSIJi, the matter in dispute being a violation of tho copjTight in the song of "The Old English Gentleman," Thomas Cooke, a composer of somo noto in his day, was subpoenaed ns an expert witness. On rross-cxamiual ion, Sir .James SrnrJet questioned him as follows: -"Now, sir ! You say that the two molodj<*s are (.lie same, but dif ferent.. What, do you mean by thai. V" Toni promptly answered, "I said that the not in the two copi»»s ivere but. with different nr rent, the one being in common' t inie,and consentient ly the posit b>n i of f h«» accented notes was different." i "Now, pray, sir, don't. beat^ about t I*o bush, but explain t o the ' jury, who are supposed to know no- 1 tiling ab'»ui. tin- bush, the inclini...

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

CHINESE HUMOUR. j To some persons Chinamen ami Am-rican Indians stand as represen tatives of humourless peoples. As u matter of fact, each race amuses, its.'li in its own way, but thi.t way happens to lie different from the wt y to which most of l'. world is jtccuj- tuined. One of tT Uritish Consols re.-idini;' in Chi . told a writer fur "Harper's HVei. ly" n story whieh shows the trrim ch;.r;u*;er of the Chinese humour. The Consul had arrested nine de linquents, intending to turn them over to the mercies of the mn istratc the n<\t morning. .Mean- I iviulf he tfu- ».. I.. in i .to I ,u to \v of u t'lii i S' policeman, toi l him to h.e.v Hi m tip, alt hoti^. t .ere was no gaol at the Consu late. T; e policeman was equal to th. cm ruoncy. He solemnly saluted. s.:yim*. "S ohey !" and marched hi: men off. Soon he returned, and an nounced that they were safely ca^ed. The Consul was curious to sec how and where. lie followed hi> policeman to the yard. There lie saw the nine ...

A Seat Round a Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

A Seat Round a Tree. Thcro is certainly no moro desir able position for a sent in tho npcu itir Uinn under tho spreading j foliage of a large tree, and tho : ' purpose. r«: this article and tho ac* . Cdinpanying drawings is to show a simple method of fitting up a suitable bench with tho minimum of labour. Tho sizes must depend on liivlv on the tree it in Intonded to (-ncirclo ; but tho principle In vohrd will remain oxnctly thu same. j i A SLiA'r HOUND A TltlHK. 1 oly romul t lio <_>r l.lio trunU i should l>o nm'to up approximately level, and u tiuinlicr of uprights bedded firmly in tlio ground hy moans of long; tarred ivids. Thoy need to stand about. 1 Jin. or 3 f> in. hiKh, nnil may ho of any reason ? ahle size from 'Jin. hy -in. up wards, or ununm^ht sections of j stout branches mi^ht he employed. 'They arc sot out, according to small squares -marked with crosses in Fig. '2, und carefully arranged in order lo soo that proper alignment Is se cured, and that nil...

THE FIRST PAINLESS EXTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

THE FIRST PAINLESS EXTRACTION. Horace Wells, a dentist, of Hart ford, Connecticut. I is gener ally credited with the first use of "laughing f?as" as an anaesthetic SulTering himself from toothache, and dreading the pain of extraction, he induced a fellow-dent ist named Jtiirtf to administer nitrous-oxide and draw the tormenting molar. Satisfied with the result of the ex periment, NYells entered into part nership with W. T. (Jreen Morton and st.'irted demonstra t in# the new system. But it was a rank failure. They were both derided as impos tors, Wells feeling lite public pivju dice so keenly that lie went out of his mind, and died insane. Morton, however, cont inued prac tice, and after making a number of experiments with ether on animals, decided to test the k;,s himself. On tlly, fin<l only uwoUc from com plete unconsciousness to hcur his surgery bell rin^in^ violently. Ho went to Ihr iloor and found i patient (Mr. Frost) with a raid ing tooth, but without courage to ha...

Sleep Prevents, Not Cures Fatigue. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Sleep Prevents, Not Cures Fatigue. .Most, of us .suppose that we sleep b''Cjtuj;o we a ro e\hau«f«*d. Hut IT. ('laparede, 1 ho Sw iss pin siologist, lias just, advanced u new theory, which is to t he oli'ect that w<» sleep in order to avoid being exhaust ed. '/'he theory is (hat sleep, insl e-id * »f being lhr result. of fatigue, is an impulsh c self-disinfect inn which I ho body conducts iil order to get rid of l In; waste products before they have tiiuo to produce exhaustron. .hist, us combust ion of fuel for the production of heat and energy is always attended hy ashes and slag, so the sTow combustion which pro duces li«at and energy in the body is likewise attended by waste. "Since the senses never voluntarily come to rest or .shut tin'uisclvt.'H oil from t ho outer world, a point would eventually bo reached when the or ganism would parish as u victim of general ncrvo exhaustion. In or seriously injure the organism, to sot in motion that opposition current which wc to...

A. Smart Display of Flannelettes. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

s. cjiuari i^ispiay of Flannelettes. The exceptionally line display of Flannelettes at Henderson's is quite attractive. : Every lady will bo anxious to' ob tain a supply of Flannelette for Blouses, Underwear, Dressing Gowns, etc, to say nothing of all the children's wearables. Here is an opportunity which the economical housewife must not miss. Henderson's display is of superior quality and the designs aro lovely pretty striped styles in beautiful colourings. It is certainly the most up-to-dato showing of Flannelettes ever shown in this district. For variety and value we commend Henderson's assortment of Flannel ettes. The prices are of that reasonable character which serve to enhance the excellence of the values. See our special window display for these unrivalle'J goods, every article marked in plain figures.

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

P 0 0 W 0 X (i 12 A S T. A very enjoyable dance was held in tho East Poowong Hall last Friday, 17th ult. The music was provided by tho Misses and Mr J. Schmidt and others, and the ladies catered. The fioor was in splendid order and everyone enjoyed the evening. The bazaar hold last January resulted in a profit of £50, which iust cleared the debt.

WHAT KINGS SMOKE. THE GERMAN EMPEROR'S FREAK CIGARS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

WHAT KINGS SMOKE. TFIh: f.'KKMAV ISMPKKOK'S FKRAK CIC.'AKS. King f.Jeorgu Has tuo distinction of being the onl>* European Sover eign who smokes a l J|>c. All l!. o nthcrs arc ardent devotees of tho cijjar or the cigarette. Tho Emperor Francis .Joseph of A ustria-J I ungary, - at the venom bio ngo of cighty-(,hre<\ in reputed to lie the heaviest Royal smoker, his fii'.ourlto being a cignr so cheap and po . ('OritUioM that it is smoked by almost e\ery \ oaMint in the country. It is e long black cii;nr, tapering P.i both ends and traversed by a straw. The Emptor's brand, liou'-vr, is an except tonally powerful on<\ posso»ii!g a "bito" which would nial.p it extremely ob ject innahle to most. nion. Despite this fact I he a^-'d ilulrr is able to smoke Jin 'iv than twenty a day Without lVeliii-_t any ill effects. Turkish f i \r.. n-l t es, exquisitely lla \ oiircd and scented, are the pnssion of' tho t'rar of llussi;\, who scar- . rely e v«*r snml.cs else. 1 T i...

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

Control of Hospitals. Commenting iip^n the intro duction of the Charities Bill-in i",1'"'!',,,.1)'" says :-"The bill will provide for a board of three to exorcise a proper supervision over charitable administration. Last year the Legislative Assembly amended the bill so us to constitute aboard of five ; but ic is probable that", the Ministry wiil be able to secure its compact board of three by assenting to the opinion of mem bers that one of tho members should bo a woman. The Premier has stated it was, of course, not only desirable, but urgent, that propor control should be given to some, public authority ; but his own personal view was strongly against any proposition that would dostroy tho voluntary element in charitable effort and control. If he .thought that the control which ho was suggesting in the Charities Bill, would kill voluntary effort. But he was quite sure that the proper methods of control, embodied in that Bill, would not injure, but on the con trary, would stimulate...

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

HER ONLY REASON. " Seo herd" cried tho mean uiw srcssly, " «'b.T <1° vou bother c» foi nonuy in thin wayr" " I Bupposo," replied his wifo, " it' T Ihink of n hAt,t«»r onu.'

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

*.'. K"-: Y3US DISTRICT 'OWN. (.'oni'ei'i e purrs ut the district new- c in -eldnm. This is nut i In1 f;i111 i in- Edilor, fur lie has m> iniraenlon- :? wcr nf 1;tt. . »vinwhat is liappeniii:: in nil tin1 place* in the nre:i nf circnl.iii ' Ii is tin' fault of re.-id e''t> in thi- . -u< (>l:ic«-. Will - u. man nr w man tulce the mutter 11 li i'd and cuti.-e the silence t" cm-c 1 If tui mn- else is dciiuj; it fur yur di-trict, will YOU t.rv "n tliese lines ? Scud iicc 'iuits of pulilic and social events in ymir township or tieighb.it h.'nd, such ;is weddings, deaths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Dii [n>t. t> itlier alumt grammar nr spelling , it is the Kditni's werK t:i l.mk nfi(>r these tufles. The barest skeleton i.- enough. Write mi side nf the pnper ODIV. Give information, lint 1st criticism ttlntip. Write your name in some corner ! nut for printing, but to prove giiod ' faith.

Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Phases oi the Moon. May -First quarter 3rd, 4 29 p ni ; full m<>'>n 10 th, 7.30 n ui ; lust quarter 7ill. 3.12 a hi : new inonii 25tli, J2 34 )i in. June-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 a m . i full in.in) 8'h, 8.18 p ni ; last qimrter I lliili, 12 211 a in ; new tn<mn lltli, 1.33 am. : .lulj-Firr't quarter 1st, 5 24 am; j full ui"1 *n 71li, 11.59 p m ; U«t qnnrier | 1/irli, fi.81 p rn ; new ni<mo 23rd, i I2.3K p in > firet quarter 30th, 9.51 I a ni. j A.ugust-Full muiin GUi, 10.40 n nv, ; last quarter lltli, 10.56 a m , new 1 m win 21st, 10.26 p in ; first quarter I 28ili, 2 52 p m. I September-Full tnnnn 5tli, 12 2 am; S last quarter ISSth, 3.48 a m ; new mmm j 20th, 7-33 am; first quaiter 2 G l li, I 10.3 p m. j October-Full moon 4ill, 3.58 p m ; ; last quarter 12th, 7.33 p m ; new I mniin IOtli. 4.33 p m ; first quarter j 2lit'i, 8.44 p m. N reniber- Full ni"on ?.d. 9.48 am; last quiiiter lltli, 9.36 a m ; new mono J 18th. 2.1 a ni ; first quart...

Market Reports. WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Market Reports. WARRAGOL MARKET. Skaws, Hunter and Co. report havm h«ld their u«ual week!/ a-jlt ai th«*ir Warraau! yards on Thursday, t3*d April, when there was » good yardinn all round. Piga wore alighily eaaier And the demand for cattle w ;b not quite so brisk a» tlio previous wouk. Slwep were again in ex cellent demand everything bainy clearad. 75 bacon*ra aecurud for one of thu fnon lei avaragud £3 7« 2d. Tliry quo'* ; - Pig«-Suckeri 10*. 12a to 15« (id, slip* 18s, 20s to 22s 6d,'stores 25*, 30«, 35% 39B to 40s, porkers 35v 40s to 41a 6 i, bacouere (light weight) 47a, 60* to 55s, othera 60s, 63«, 70# to 75a. Sheep-Croaabred lambs 18if ditto rams 26i 6d, ditto ewes I8a to 18« 2d, ditto comeluiclc ewea (fat) 17«. CattU - No fata sold, fleshy cows £4 10s to £5 ; atoro cowa (besi) £3 5* to £3 10a ; Othera 55a to 60a ; anml) 50a ; aped , lower ; bullocks, 3 yeara, broken in, £7 ; oteera, 2 years, £3 6a ; afcoer ^oddiea 15s, 20s to 25a ; milkera and sprin^ara-a rery superior cow made...

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

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1 Stephen, G. V. 2 \\ inters, J. J 3 Coiquhoun, C, 4 Mert"ii, W. H. 5 Butter Erctory G Hayes' Family Hotel 7 Casey, D. P. 8 HonderHOM, A. R. 9 Peaao aud Sous 10 Hamilton, Lordlier Road 11 Backhouau, Ski) nit and Hamilton 12 Shire Hall, Drouin (W. Younp, aecreUry) 33 Fuhrmnnn, W C. Communication may bo had with the olloiriiig places : Melbourne Is Longwarry 2d Gaiiiold 2d Pakonham 4d Narrewarren 6d Dandenong 81 Traralgon 8d Yariagoii 2d Straifurd 1« 4d Warragul Id Bunyip 2d Naiuargoon 3d Pakunhmn E 4d Aforirel! Thorpdxio Walhalla Rok*'hy Bu'n t'uln Neorim Noerim Sth 4d Noerim N. 6d Upprr Moondarra 81 Coalville 6d Barrs 4d Darnum 2d lona 2d Berwick* *>d Oakleigh 8d Trafalgar. 3d Moo 2d Sale ' la Toonzibbie Sd llosedalo la Bcolarra Gd Jindivick 3d Maffra I* Naerira Baal 3d Noerim Junc.4d ."Officer 4d Nartacan Gd Bairnsdalc la lOd Lindenow 1a 4d Nilma 2d Crosnover 3d Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Sneeze, and jour frirnds all groin, Far this old aart...

Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Phases oi the Moon. May -Fir?t quarter 3rd, i '2'J j. .. ; j full moun lOlli, 7.30 « ui ; last qn.irlor l«7(h. 8.12 a ni ; now moun 2'5th, 12 34 p in. June-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 a in . full moun S lii 3.18 p m ; last quarter 16th, 12.20 a m ; new moon 11th, 1.33 a m. ?Inly-Fir.-<t quarter 1st, 5 21 a m ; full mucin 7th, 11.59 p m ; lait quartet 15ih, 5.31 p m ; new m<>i>n 28rd, i 12.38 p m ; first quarter 30th, 9.51 a in. August-Full muiin Gth, 10.40 a m; last quarter 14 th, 10.56 am, new CQ'ion 2Ut, 10.26 p in ; fir?t quarter 28ili, 2.52 p m. September-Full uvmn 5th, 12 2 am; last quarter 13th, 3 IS a in ; new m»mi 2Hili, 7-33 a in ; fir.-»t qtiaiter 2Gth, 10.3 p Di, Dcinlier-Full moun 4th, 3.58 p m ; la9t quarter 12th, 7.33 p m ; new mouu 10th. 4.33 p ni ; first quartet 2t)t'i, 8.41 p ni. November- Full nrmn Srd, 9.18 am; Innt quaiter lllh, 0.36 a ill ; new nini'ii 18th. 2.1 a m ; first qunrler 24Ui. ll.;58 p m. llccomber-Kirst quitriiT 3rd, 4.20 a in...

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