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SHOULD DYSPEPTICS DIET? A SPECIALIST'S VALUABLE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

SHOULD DYSPEPTICS DIET A SPECIALIST'S VALUABLE ADVICE. "Dyspepsia, indigestion, flatulenc. and practically -all fortng of stomach trouble," writes a leading spnuialist, .'are ill nearly eery instauco the direct result of food fermentation und the con sequent production in the stomach ol acid and gaa which irritate and distend tlin atomaciti «...l . o - | st mach and pretaing npon the fur rounding vital organs seriously intcr fe es with their work, and frequently causes palpitation of the heart ; tmt the * id i- much more dangerous, becouj. it irritates, then inflames nuderen ulcer ate* the delicate lining of the stomach, producing dangorons stomach ulcers and i <en cancer. Fo d fermentation being i r.inuritjr responsible for nil the trouble, it, na« long the custom of physicians to permit the use «tily of ?iich fooda xs Could not ferment, but unfortunnte!j uufermentable food* were soon found to be bo lucking in nutrition a* to result in partial fltai ration und rapid lors...

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

Potatoes in Cow Feeding. On the question of potatoes for cow feeding, a farmer on theTas manian North-west coast reports having fed his herd on potatoes all one season, and the animals did well and milked well. A farmei in the Hagley district also tried it, and found it a success, but there was danger of the ani mals getting the potatoes in their thj oats. nft^gn mishap in his herd through feed ing the potatces whole. The potatoes were also boiled, but from observations the results did not appear to justify the increased work entailed in boiling. No systematic tests were, however, made. Another dairy farmer in the'Sheffield district (North coast), who went in for potato feeding, steamed the potatoes by placing a large vessel full over a copper of boiling water. When fed in this way they gave very good results. "To make a first class feed, how ever," he finds, " potatoes require to be mixed with other firmer feed, but insteadofallowingcrops to go to waste a very good medium fir their...

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

Cricket. The following are the individual averages of tho Modella cricket team which competed in tho Lang Lang competition during tho p;ist Reason : Batting-A. Lugton 555 run?, 23 in nines, 5 not outs, 55 highest pcoro, average 30.8 ; F. Garwood. 250 runs, 24 innings, 3 not outs, *39 highest score, 11.9 average; R. Hughes, 126 runs, 12 innings, 1 not out, 44* high est score, 11A average ; E Hughes, 203 runs, 23 innings, 0 not outs, 33 highest score, 8.9 average. Bowling-A. Lugton, wickets 51, runs 291, overs 144, maidens 36. aver ago 5.7; F. Garwood, wickets 62, runs 376, overs 185, maidons 47, aver age 6 0 ; D, McDonald, wickets 8, runs 53, overs 27, maidens 6, average 6.7; E. Hughes, wickets 31, runs 252, overs 97, maidens 17, average S.l. A combined team from the River sido Association visited Drouin on Saturday afternoon to play a match with Drouin, the match resulting in a victory for the Riverside team. The local team provided afternoon toa, which was much appreciated by tho p...

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

"vroitHs. SOME STRIKING SYMPTOMS. A child who in afflicted with worms will often be in an indifferent state of health. It I e -omei peevish and irrit able, and will h iTe * strong tendency to pick tho ui»o, and thero will be severe itching of the lower bowel. Grinding the teeth and suddenly starting up in ho sleep will also be noticed. The bowels nro irregular, sometimes constipated, and at other times relaxed, with b'oudy discharges as in dysentery, and not infrequent ly tho discharges will be in flakes and shreds, which might be takm for partly digested food. The best prowf of Worms is W"rms, and if their presence is inspected, immediate stepi ;hould bn taken to pjsitirely establish tho fact, ani onco established, Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets should bo administered, according to diicctions. Worms require a specific med'eine, and there is no remedy so effective ae these Pellsta. They kill tho Worn)#, destroy their eggs, and di«li,dgn their nests. Comstoclc'e ''Dead Shot" IVo...

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

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning mine parts of the distric: n«vT3 cumes but neldoin. This is- not, the fault r.f the Edilor, for he has n miraculous power .if knowing what is huppening in all the places in the area of circaUiion. It is the fault of re?id 0->ts in the silent place?. Will somi; man or woman take the matter ^n hand and cause the silence to ceake ? If no »ne else is doing it for your district, will YOU try on these lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor ho id, such a.J weddings, deaths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, ete. Do not bother about grammar or "pelling , it is the Editoi'a work ta 1;» >k after these trifles. The barost skeleton ic enough. Write ou on« eide of the p«per only. Giro information, but l«t criticism alone. Write your namo in »omo corner not for printing, but to proT» good faith.

SOY BEANS AND CO[?] PEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

SOY BEANS AND CO,V PEAS. The Ohio Experimental Station ha; betn making a number of eiliaustivi experiments with soy beans an.I cow peas, and they Rive the results in the summary below : 1. Soybeans have a wide adapta tion as regards soil and climate, h general, the northern limit of theli adaptation coincides with that 01 maize. 2. Soybeans arc grown chielly 101 hay, grain, silage, soiling, pnsturt and a soil renovator. the ground is thoroughlj warmed through. 4. Three pecks per acre, drilled in rows twenty-eight inches apart, gave the highest yield of seed and the most economical yield of forage for ithe silo. For best quality of hay. they should be drilled solid, using 6 or 8 pecks of seed per acre. 5. For hay, cut when pods begin to form. For grain, cut just, before the beans arc ripe, i.e. when pods are be ginning to take on a brownish or blackish appearance. For silage, cut when as near maturity an possible without dropping the leaven. 6. Among the earlier rarities those best s...

THE DAIRY GIRLS FOR THE DAIRY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

THE DAIRY + GIRLS FOR THE DAIRY FARM, That life on the farm can be madi an ideal one we do not doubt ; but as the labour questioa is at present we think-on some farms at least it must he far from it. The scarcitj of good, capable men is as great no^ as ever it was. This would not be bc bad, however, if we could pet girli to take an interest in the life on th« farm, for as long as a Kir! does not undertake too much milking, and takes sufficient rest during the day tc. make up for the early rising, she in just as great an asset in the obed aa a man. AH showing what might be accom plished in this great dairying coun try, we are appending a cutting from the "Farm Stock and Home" show ing what one woman nays who be came interested in the coir in Amer ica. If in other countries, why not here ? A WOMAN WHO "MADK GOOD." "Women in Dairying" -was the mib ject of Mrs Howio of Wisconsin's talk before the International Con gress ot Farm Women. Some dissent occurred to the lloteners" mind* when w...

Fire at Garfield. HOTEL & SHOP BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Fire at Garfield. HOTEL & SHOP BURNT. . A. disastrous fire occurred on 1' urnday morning between three an ' fuur o'clock at Garfield, which resulted in the total destruction of the Iona hotel and Mr E. Gab bett's grocery store. Between the hours mentioned some employes at Bird's bakery, which is further along the street, ob served a fire in the direction of the hotel, Investigation satisfied them that the building was burn ing and the alarm was raised. There were between 20 and 30 in mates of the hotel at the time amongst whom were a number of ladies, but fortunately all escaped from the burning building. The fire appeared to aomo observers to start outside the eastern wall of the building while others de clare it came from the kitchon. However, it had a good hold when first noticHtJ and no time was lost by the lodgers and tile family and friends of Mr Cryan, licensee, in leaving: the doomed structure. Thefiresproud with groat rapidity, and was favored by a north westerly br...

VALUE OF RIPE APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

VA I,UK OF HTPK APPLKS. Tbc old i«len that applet wrm the favourite fruit of the i;o<is is a. plau sible th-ory. The frrsnnrns of youth was ever possessed by those wh»> m.'df apples their principal d:et. <Yr tain it. is that thciv is no fool S't valuable. Appbs nourish thr brain and spinal cord. They contain nii*> phorus, albnni'Mi, s'J.^ar, ^'inn. ehlon' j»iivli. itirHc arid, gallic arid, vo^'c tabic fibre and water. They nir1 and rheumatic disorder, and < x rrrisr a be-r.rlieent. in/iuenrc on tb» livrr and stomach. Kipr apples a^id bread as a dint will do more. t<» P' store hortllh than <lni£s. -"Family I>..ctnr. "I wont undrr an <<prratinn vostrr "Yo*: -;tjrpris,» m>\ Was >' serious' "I had a growth removed from my llC'illl. "My -Ini'ss ! Ami hrn* ymi ;«r..» about. and lonkiiiu' really wrII." "Oh. don't, fret, old spurt. L only had my hair cut," To Soften Hoots and Show.---UootP and shot's...

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

Rainfall. The following rainfall was re gistered at the Drouin Post Office for the month of April : -- 2 ... ... ... .06 3 U 6 ... 15 7 ... ... ... -06 II 07 13 24 14 .17 21 ... 23 23 ... ... ... .10 .24 ... ... ... .58 25 ... ... ... -.02 2rf .10 29 ... .37 ' . -1 ,! : ... 2.25 iluinfali since let January Trio. i' lor April, 1913-2.41.

Butter Export Trade. DISCUSSED IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

Butter Export Trade. DISCUSSED IN LONDON. Mr \V. H. Osborne's reporl. 011 the marketing of Australian Imtfer in this country lias been read villi much interest here, and lias been the subject of considerable discus sion. The members of the trade in London generally express satis faction that .Mr Osborne recognises that all the faults are not on tihs side, and his recommendations for the improvement of the qualify of the butter shipped from Australia are cordially endorsed. On some of his other recommendations the op inions of the London importers are not so favorable, especially with re gard to the direct shipments to Hull and Bristol. .Naturally (lie Londoner sticks up for his own port, and his contention is that any splitting up of .shipments and decentralisation will mean a decrease of demand in in London and a consequent depre ciation in juices. Another recom mendation of Mr Osborne's which does not find much favor here is the proposal that the High Commis sioner should employ s...

CHAPTER XXYII. THE MESSAGE IN THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

CHAPXKH XXYIT. THK .MKSSAGK TNT TI-1K NIGHT. From a trouble! dri'nm of far-ot! England, in which tli in ITS renl and 1 unreal were -strangely jumbloil to gether, Dick \v;in suddenly wakened !>y n gentle Fliako ami by the sound of his own nnmt softly pronounced. He silt np in bed, half persuaded that what he lmd felt and heard be longed to his dreams. But he was quickly undeceived. By the moonlight that streamed through the window he saw the figure of a man standing over htm-a man whose features were in too deep shadow for recognition. "Is it you, Volborth ?" lie asked, jumping £o the conclusion that his visitor was the Russian. "Whajj's wrong ?" "It is \ not Volborth," was tht whispered reply, "but it is a friend. Hush ! Make no noise. Do I address I Monsieur Valentine ?" . j "Yes, that's right," said Dick. He ; observed that the stranger was a ! mere lad, and that he spoke with n | foreign accent. "Who are you ? What : do you want ?" he added. j "I want you, monsieur. .You must!...

(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PAUT 10. CHAPTER XXVI. SHATTERED HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) T H E jsfancL Story of a Strange Exciting Adventure. By W._ Murray Grnydon. Author' of 'Matthew Quia," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., otc. PAUT 10. CHAPTER XXVT. SHATTERED HOFRS. A silence fell on the twn, :ui,l thus they stood for n brief spare in the moonlit, scented c.-.rJen, their eyes downcast, their ear? deaf (o the mur mur of the sea an 1 the echoes of dls t.nnt revelry. Speech would not come to Dick. He was thin'iin,' of the poor girl's words, anil io himself he nd mitted that they were partly true. He had been carried away by en thusiasm and hope, hut. now he. was face to face with found rcasouin;,'. There mic'.it be no secret, exit. - no steam-launch. And even if he found them, and within live weoks, a thou sand things miu-lit. happen to prevent escape from the Island. " Mary, I will be frank with you," jr'I (ran (Uncover this hidden passage out of the lagoon. But I can still bid you hope. Jf my quest fails there is another way to save you." "Is t...

THE FARM AND DAIRY. WHEY OR SKIM MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

THE FARM AND DAIRY. WHKV OH SKIM MILK. Thr relative value of whey and skim m:lk I or fh»> purpose of rrnrin.^ calves <>r making pork is an ever .UTt-eti topic for dispute in dairying circles. Generally the varying <1 r»ci sSoiis an* arbitrary, and the result of casual experience, and then-fore test mad'.' at the Ontario Experimen tal Station is very int.erestin.L*. Kivf» groups of piu'.s were taken for the purpose of demonstration. To -roup I was f",i about. 2J)b. of skim ni'l'v to rvery pound of barley and frozen wheat, to which p<Hani was added. That was called meal, and every irroup i^nt the same meal, tlroiip 2 was fed an equal quantity in pounds of butter milk and rival, (.'roap was fed common chees" fac tory whey in pi ice of skim milk, and the same raMon of meal. Oroup 1 was fed whey that had been run through the separator to take out the hnt.rcr-fiil (three tenth* of 1 per e°ut per 1 <io 1 i..i, and meal as th" ivM. ({roup wa...

CHAPTER XXVIII. THE FIGHT ON THE CLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 1 May 1914

''HAPTEI! XXVIir. TIIK KICHT OX t/IK CI,IF he W>an>ard ftn<, ,lis (.ompanioilI! nuxt ""rr"'"'-1 ,t!r wh*« hAPP«»«l ^ ? ic" ii.iii hslened ty tlie «.or(jK thnf Vr.r, bc'l- ,',n. W:,!: 11 'KM11* 'to * moot" juh} Knew t.ini the sharks \vo;iT<l In Cl'<1 l,i<l0 "v><Irnoe Of the crime. "It even more < "rt,irinK than the "'at of death Ms tho tlioiifrlit of his ^'.n,5-s' f rhimph - th? knowledge thnf. <l>e ru!!,;," win,li! live to pursue his | |'M! desi-ns unmolested. As tlie vision of Mary's scornful fan- rose I !iis Riding l,im to miid m-s- tin! youiiL- Hnslixhmnn put. all us strength into one tierce effort to free lus nrms. Ami with savage de light lie fell the strained cor<is loo«n JUKI Klip, It was just tlifu th;it Montejo step ped aside, havinc finished speaking And almost nt the same instant, be fore the fatal siCT could be gfyen, nick whipped his Hj-ht. arm free shook t he eords to i ...

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

RHUBARB Rhubarb comcs in very opportune ly liot.worji the stored winter fruita and the fresh fruity of summer. l»iit, just because it is no useful, it is.apt, to be abused ; one sets .?<>» much of it in some form of another, geivraUv tarts or pmWins for dinner an I stew for other meals, it. appears on the table every day ; while, from a mistaken idea of i's exceeding wholesomeness, it is almost forced on children and others v;lu> do not care for it, and to whom it Is 1111 wholcsomn. As a matter of fart, rhubarb is not go;id for everybody on account of the acid it coiit.eins. which is generally oxalic, very differ ent to the mild malic aeid of the ap pic or £oofid>erry. ft should never be touchM by ^onty persons, and those who are delicate in nil. way should partake of it in moderation. <»i the other band. however, strong and healthy people may eat as much of it as the-. rare for. and it will be very bench rial to til em, acting as a hlo:-d puri fier in...

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

1.IMK AND CI.OVHK. In this abundance of talk on the ij,4f of lime <»n land, it is wi'U for us to establish certain weU kmnvn prin ciples- in our mind to start with. 1. That wo should not. use burned or quick lime, unless thoroughly air slacked, because of its ciuisMc pro perty whereby it. ears up the humus or vegetable matter in the soil, thus robbing it of its best nitrogvn holder. 2. That our main obj'M-t sboiiM be to use lime in order th:H. we may in crease the c:ipaoity <.»f our land to rrnw clover or alfalfa. On these two points we must de pend for a proper rotation, for through them we increase the nitro gen in the soil. Onm <;et our laud t o Wodueinir abundant. itnd sure cro»>s the l»'cv, with proj»«»r mMn.'u:rmrnt, to further enrichment of the land. Hcncc wc should use ground limestone first c»f all for the purpose of irrowim: clover or lucerne. If we kf>«p these principles and objects in mind we will be sure not to po wromr. It u^od to...

THE NEW COLOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

THE NEW COLOURS. Xeir colours and shaded effects ar< important features. " Mushroom " iy l comparatively new shade, supplant ing '. champagne," which was used so much last year. " Rust " colour ha? many followers, but proves so very trving that a woman is brave indeed who will attempt to wear "rust" without combining it with just a sup pestion of pale blue, violet or white at Hie neck. An nuthoritv on tho subiecl l,as said that there i»re over a buri 'Ired shades of preen. It does not <eera possible t)i;it the eye could detect so ?nany changes of the one colour, hut then a shopper essays tn nintch a .rreon the search i« usually fruitless, and this partly proves the as<erfion. Ihero are enough browns to fill an en lire articlo if one attempted to de scribe them, and the time-honoured bllHW nro -t;\l sprixiR-time, and when carefullv ceiect ad ar<> bocom/np: a/ike to blonde and

A CURTAIN WRINKLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

A CCKT.VL\ YVRIXKLE. Uuv fEUrnii"* : \vi;rr8'e rs'« °»Siits ion Lotvo tPf n'n "et f0rr t!l° fo»T>* nEthetork tck TnT'dTS "ft 3»iikIS. TVIien the darn is nUVlv filial >nd the wlgcs cnncht tl.rn \ifilW icross. If earefiill^V?nn fu ^ :'e,, te clnmly imitated by °thiT millT? a as re»lor«l t, honoiimM, !Hknown mre far '<*««? f* b

TO TEMPT AN INVALID. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

TEMPT AX INVALID. Never leave the food by a patient'® <ide from meal io meal. Servo everything as daintily as pos sible. See that all is scrupulously clean. Never give largo helpings. Don't ask what he or she woulo 'ike, but let the menu be a surprise. See all the necessaries for a meal ire at hand. Don't keep the patient waiting wUil« you run for knife or fork. Aim at variety, perfection in cook* ins, and each thing the beat of it* kind. Never foreet that a tiny vase of ilowers or terns bright<5U3 up tiie tray. Exclude all friends and well-mean ing disturbers (luring a meal, and directly after. Kemember the great art of invalid feeling and cooking is to prepare tho food in such a way thnt the digestion, n^akened^by^illness. in i*»v«.n tl-.~ * » minimise ^ prQVent or

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