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Country Telephone Services. OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

Country T ele phone Services. OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE. (BY C. E. H.) Ab there are a great many agricultural residents throughout the Stato, who are in need or definite information on country telephone services, we have ar ranged for a series of articles to bo written by a reliable expert on this important question. Some of the points that need making clear will aim at removing the general haziness that seems to exist in most country districts as to how to proceed to obtain telephone service. There is also a doubt in the minds of many as to the cost of the service, and the subsequent rentals to the Post master-General's Department. Then again, there are tens of thousands of other Agricultural residents who do not seem to understand clearly tho very many obvious advantages of ^111 '"lit-*\. v..\ A NATIONAL QUESTION. This is a national question, as also our postal and telegraph services., and other public benefits for country residents, such as the railways and roads of the State. While...

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

DRAW. The following is tho draw of tho Drouiii Football Association, mutchei to bo playud oil tho ground of thr first-niimed tuam :-? MAY 9 L'mpinirry Em r Lomjirarry South Athlono T Drouin Drouiii West v Lardner MAY 16 Lougwarry South v Drouin \Ye»t D ouiri V Loogirarry Kiel Lurdnur v Athlona MAY 23 Drouin Wont v Athlono Lmigwarry East v Lardner Drouin v Lonjjwarry South MAY :io T--T.-Tr.TC 7.'iZuii&vrurty Soulll Oiouti) West v LongiTrtrry East |J UN fi S Longwnrry Souih v Lardnor Longwarry Ea«' v Athlono Drouin v Drouin West JUNE 13 Longwnrry South y Longwarry East Drouin v Athloue Lirdnur v Drouin West -VS JUNE 20 ~ Drouin \Vo»t v Longnrarry Scuth t,oiiBiv.-iwy Eiat v Drouin Aililouu r Lardnor JUNE 27 J AthUmu v Drouin Went Lardner v Lontjrvarry East Longwarry South v Droqin JULY 4 Drouin v Ladnar Longwarry South v Atlilone Longwurry E«at v Drouin Writ JULY 11 | Laidner v Longwarry South A'hlono v Lunmvurry E*!t Drrjuin West r Drouin Edison's latest Triumph, Blue Am berol...

WITHOUT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

WITHOUT SLEEP. The capacity of tho groat Napoleo*? for Koing without sloop is woll known, but oven ho luul to succumb at timd to tIK? need for rest, indowl, it ifl a notorious fact that no human boing 2nn survive without occasional periodt ',f".wih«lcs», there .8 I.Vi«B *<«».<] u" , His story is that twelve years aw tie was engaged ih ptiotograpmc worn, to which ho devoted himself with such will and enthusiasm that for several days and nights ho took no rest. Thou insomnia sot in, and, becoming alarm jcI, he consulted physicians. Iheir ad vice, however, proved unavailing, and then camo the discovery that the losi nf sleep had produce*! no ill effect*. His brain and nerves remained unaf fected, his appetite good, and ho wit 'ictually increasing in weight. Since then his caso has excited reat interest amongst medical moil, <evornl of whom have kept him undei \;lose observation. Vet ho was neve1 seen to sleep, nnd there seems no room to doubt his contin...

CHARACTER TRAINING IN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

CHARACTER TRAINING FN CHILDREN. The characters of men and wom«.. re not formed in, or by, men mid wo aen as such ; they are formed in thi j ..hilil, and aro developed in the adult, j it is therefore of tho tirst important* . '.hat care sluuild be taken in the forma ...ion of the character of the child. It | ?Would not be left to accident oi ; liance. The eight or ten vears during | vliich children are at school not mil} \ provides the opportunity for impart i mg knowledge, but for inculcating hoso habits' of self-restraint, conscien- i iousness, fidelity, honour and kind : ?loss which are needful alike for indi ; ?iilual self-restraint and for nation# ?veil-being.

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

PRACTICXUJ PROOF. A young collier with literary aspira ions courted a buxom mill lass, win. ?(.fused for a long timo to believe tn.v .10 was really in earnest. But 0111 corning sho turned up at the mill wit/, i smiling fico, and surprised her friomh jy pr-^udlv announcing IK'1' .''r''^n ' " Then " There's no risk about it," the ei-' >orenely anKiVered. "I know he lin-. mo now... I didn't believe him when h ?aid ho'd go through firo an' water fc me, or walk over iiot plough-shares, o' throw hisself under the feet of will houses, 'cos I knew he'd got all tliM n>rt of rubbish out of A book. Hut when he dropped talkin' poetry, an' sail he'd sell his dog and buy a Sunday hat ill' t'mouey if I'd only walk out wi !iim, I knew he meant business."

QUICKER THAN MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

QUICKER THAN MEN. A woman's brain weighs on *n nv<*. ago five ounces loss thau that of a man bat in at least ono particular sho ii mentally his superior. Sho i» a fin more rapid thinker. Tho fact has been made ofear bj' i number of experiments conducted witl subjects of both sexes. In some ot tlie«o testa an ingenious machine wni employed, consisting of a pasteboarc disc, with a hole in the centre, ant! js clock controlled by electricity, whicV measured lirae to tho thousandth part of a second. The person undergoing the test watched the disc, in the centre ol which, at intervals of a minuto, a little card appeared, dropping into view, anc occupying tho place where the holt was. In falling, it completed a circuit, setting the clock going. Tho inBtant tho observer caught sight of the car< ho or sho was required to touch a key which stopped the elock immediately.' thus registering tho time required foi perceiving tho object. In these and other experiments do signe...

AXIMS FOR MARRIED WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

FOR MARRIED WOMEN By Max O'Kell. toii your husband tb*t yon Never tol y t(iat £or dinner, md flro him this. ^ becaUSOJOU know jot what li.o . lii|IK A mar. will wil * f 'tii-ld to the woman ho loves, h« ina'l Y- lnv sacrifice s,»° ,IKl7 require. » [will iiouerally draw the lino at Mlt ,WKt is /cod for liim. whole being of » >»a11, craV<'9 .fo' I tv If be is not in real possession lbertj.. 1 sometimos a chance ol ?f is lie will be Rrateful tc [ancunR jclicnte act of consider* jrou for ll\is ho js 0)(u of t|,c tion, anu ... lucky married men absolute,/ free tc jo as they choose. Ho will sing you; praises and make your reputation. Lot your husband potter about hii liouso to his heart's content. I know tuon who dure not change tho pi act1 ol a picture in tlicir own house, for feaj ol being sneered at by their wives. When lots of people require your at tention in your house, and you havo tc reply lo all in succession, do not <'*. iiau.iL your stock of sweetness, ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

J inraduli\Tn The complete manner in nliich COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" W011M PELLETS eradicate Worms is strikingly illustrated in the state ment published below Tim statement is "lie freely given by Mrs A. Brist"W 157 Regent-stieet, Sydney, N.S W" whose I'tll" girl nf seven hid been troubled fitli these parasite?, iind alio concerning a fiiend who bad be. n troubled inn like manner for 20 years. i Mrs IiristxT'8 statement is bh follows ; "My little girl, sued 7 your*, nus sub ject to Thread Worm-), which caused ljer to be peevish, iriitable, and reslless at niglit, will) u voracious appetite, and I procured all aorte of remedies for her, but rrith"iit avail, until 1 savr Cotn stnck'n 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets advrrti Rfl, and my husband told me to bny ihem. I did so ; and after she 11a<J taken one box and a pirt of tl.e fei ond", all truce« were eradicated, hiv ing passed gieat numbers of ihem Smce ihen » fiiend of mine who had suffered also from Thread W.rinit for 20 year?, e...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

itioTiu:it's FRIEND Pedic Pomade for the Head,! Strikes Infesting Vermin | Dead. I One application destroys vermin, kills nits, heals tores, cure* ringworm, and makcB the hair grow thick, strong, and curly, Aleo for Vermin on Pigs, Poultry, Cattle and Horses. A. R. XI<'ii<]<>rson, The Quality Store, fcIIb Pc<hY, la, 2s. 3 s 6d, and pack ed with Nit Comb 6d more. THE BEST IN THE WORLD lib Corhm ^ to 5 lb Parcel ^BSSm INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES T. BARNETT, TIWSSVliTH & PLU5V2BEF?, ?I A t \ STIiEK'l', I>!£OIJI.\, (Opposite Pcasp's More.) Local Agent for "Gane" Milkinc Machines, "Tangyne" Kerosene Oil & Benzine Engines, The Wolseley Hand-Power, Belt Driven, Steam Turbine Plants, and Separator Oil. Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Company. Ap;ent for THE GRAETZIN, the best parlor Lamp invented. Call and see for yourself. Complete houso lamp, cost £3 3s; outside lamp, a much more powerful lamp, cost £'3; also Buggy Lamps j. ...

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 13 Stephen, (!. V. \V inters, J.J. Colquhoun, C. Mertnii, W. H. Buttur Eictory Hayes' Family Hotel Casey; D. P. HemlerxoH, A. R. Pease and Suns Hamilton, Lardnor Ro;id Backhouse, Skii.ni'r and liomilti Shire Hall, Drouin (\V. Younj;, secretary) Fuhrmami, W C. Communication may bo liail with the olIuwiiiK places : Melbourne la Longwarry 2d Ga.liold 2d Pakenhnm -Id Narrewairen Gd Dandenong 8d Tmralgon 8.1 Yiirliigon 2J Stratford lo 4d Mnrwell Gd Tlmrpdalo Gd Walhnlla Itok. 1 v Bulu i ntn Neerim Nnorim Sill Neerim N. Upprr Moondarra Coalvillo 8d 2d 2d 4d 4d Gd 8i Gd Warraaul Id Bunyip 2d Nar narynon 3d Pakenham K 4d Bur Oakluigh Trafalgar Moo Sale Tc>on«abbio H'isedalu Boolarra Jituiivick MaliVa Neerim East 3d Noerim Junc.4d '^flieer 4d Nariacan Gd Baimsdale Is lOd Lindenow Is 4d

Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

Phases oi the Moon. i May -First quarter 3rd, 4 29 p in ; full tnoim 10th, 7.30 a in ; lust qiiaitc: p7ili. 8. li! a in : new mo,>n 2-5th, 12 3-1 p in. June-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 a m . filli rri'mii Sili, 3.18 p m ; last quarter lGtli, 12.20 n in ; new moon 1-1 th, 1.33 a m. July-First quarter 1st, "> 24 a in ; full moon 7tl>, ll..r»9 p m : last quarter lfltli, 6.81 pm ; new ni >>,n 28rd, 12.38 p in ; first quarter 30th, 0.51 a in. August - Full niiimi 6Ui, 10.10 a in; last quarter 11 tli, 10.o(# a in , new moon 2Ut, 10.26 pin ; first quarter 28<h, 2.52 p in. September-Full moon 5th, 12 2 am; last qnarler 18th, 3.4 8 a m ; new moon 20ih, 7-i!3 a in ; first qumter 2Gtli, 10.3 n n\ October-Full moon 4th, 3.58 p in ; last quarter 12tli, 7.33 p m ; new moon lOtli, 4.33 p m ; first qnarler 8.-4-I p ni. November-- Full hi'ihh ij.'tl, 9.4S am; liint 1 1 < 1 i , D.oO u in ; now iiwiiin 1£U!i. t'.1 u ni : fir-'t nmirtor 2-ltli December-First qnarler 3rd...

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

&IAKE YOUR DISTRICT K.MOWM. Concerning so'iie parts of the district news comes br.t seldom. Tl'is i» i'"' tlii! fault of t,he Editor, for ho has tin miraculous power of knowing what, i? happening in all the places in the nren of circulation. It is the fault of rcsid e->ts in the silent p!»c«s. Will some mail or woman take the matter jii hand and cause the silence to cea-c ? If no tine else is doing it for your district, will YOU try on these lines .' Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighh >r h >.id, such us weddings, d-atlis, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. I)o not ti-.ther ahout grammar or spelling , it is the Kditoi's work t:i 1 iok after these tufies. The barest skeleton i? enough. Write 0:1 one side of the paper ituly. Give information, hut let criticism alone. Write your name in some corner not for printing, hut to prove good faith.

HE THAT DOUBTETH IS DAMNED."—ROM. 14:23. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

E THAT DOUBTfcTH DAMNED."-K<»i. H: 23. With the \vrt>ni» eojuvption before 'he mind. t]j*. w<>rd- <.!* the A}'i1le «<>und extremely harsh, ^ He that louh'clh is damned if In* eat." The h-a r.»u\»*n-il 1 >y these words b» many .lin«N luh tlin^T Under the delusions of he " dark aues" is lint the person who .ais meat clean in itself hut t!*i:»kiu lie matter l" be wntjj^r, thus dcfibnj* :iis cnn^c'euee hy eatitur, would bo 3:iruiiftl-Nt'ut ti> an eternity of torture. Hut n<> such thought was in the \po*tle'-- 111i?;<7 nor could it be prnperly indevstoud in his words. lie there eru >ha>i;ed the fad that any person eat inn .ieat. Ii'nvevce hnt thinking it to .e a -in. a crime, to cat i(, would as a 'iiM-ijuciH-c he under condemnation for i iviriL' violate 1 his conscience, his judjx .ent of tlu1 Lord's will, and thN would ?.rvi-a< a clond to separate between liniM it and )hc l.ord. who jud...

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

Rainfall. The foIlowinK is the rainfall regis tered at " Kumbadu," Jindivick for the month of April, 1914 : 2 3 D G 7 11 ] 2 33 H 19 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 Total ... ... 1.90 Rainfall since 1st January, 9.08. | |Art?yoa ambitious do mnro buainenF. Thou advertise in "The Gippaland I tide pandent.'~It pcnetiatos into the home of the fettle and the farmer, man who will »| enii their money, if yntt can offer th»m » gnod article it a rt-nunnble price

Main Roads Board THE CHAIRMAN AT TRARALGON. AN INTERESTING ADDRESS. TO THE GIPPSLAND MUNICIPAL REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

Main Roads Board THE CHAIRMAN AT TRARALGON. AN INTERESTING ADDRESS. TO THE GI PI'S LAND MUNICIPAL HEPRESENTATl\hb. U the invitation of the I resi dent o fthe Gipp-.lind Shires _ and j Boroughs Development Association (Cr Copdiml, the Chairman of th Main Road's Board was P"'«l ^ *'l\ tiic annual conference ortJ'^:^ ciation at Tnir,l;on on lwt, when he gave a *y> " ing address on toe pil'S " liJU and cspifvasa^; their work in Gipp l.nd- Jh,;,.'lr|. p 1 uul Farmers' .loer.ia) (I n ir.il t'onl from which we quot<, gi\ . ros.lne of ..ho ajress which covered the doin"s j Board for the pad tw 1-emonths. A Corciia. V*b.cow6. Mr Calder was rrcete 1 with ap plause on rising. Ho sa.d h. «.>* neasc-1 to accept the presidents Svit'a^inii to attend the conference, though he lwl to brMk up in_ ^pectinc f°lir 111 tlie I"1** I'eiitland w.ou'.d probably have rea son to reineinlier the hoar is f.j 11g visit to the Triralgon roads. tor). The policy was then l>e o fi)rniulated...Jjnt...

AW[?] [?]AWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

awinn, r.wvs. A cTif loman who hnd married his cook \\n* i\ inu: a dinnpr pnrty. ami l.i.-t \\en the cours'-'s 1 ho pood lady Sid ...i'ii h'.-r hands sprond on tho t Sinlileuly the burr of conversa tion t'oa.vd, and in tho silence that tolli»wt'i 1 a vounv; mail on the right of his hostess said pleasantly. "Awful pnusp ?" "Vc's, they may be." .«aid the ci devant cook, with heightened co lour, and yours would be like then*, if you had done half niy work." '. ' Three rndlshes weighing 201b., one oi which is lSln. l*n£, ha\e been grown^ in the pardon of the village inn hI Wittershftm. ivont.

One of the 'Weaker Sex.' [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

One of the 'Weaker Sex.' Under the now Il.-paMicnn the position of tho Chines woman has heen notably imprcivvd. nomi nally at lca^t : h:it it ir- highly improbable that any of the. nil lial Knipire for tu.iny yc-v/n. Jlw life was ohl- )on£. though un cliiyiutf, nir;!odrai<:a. I'ho daughter of a mandarin, horn on Nv^niber "17, IS!',}, .^h'' 1 i;:.' 1 a shv.vr who -was wedd»>i to T'riru'o <.'houe:i. This [jnl'tTial connection fired Tseu Hsi's iiiulii* i<»!2 ; ::he managed to At tract. t h»' Kmperor':* attention, and loc/ttju* ore of his numerous wive?;. The 1'irfii of her son. Tsai-Chouen (til** Quint i'ss *: nee of t'urit y) fulfilled ht-T fondest. hope', and henceforth her baWul career r-'al!y beq-an. Jn "iSi'.O 'J'sou Hsi poisoned t.he Kmperor, ami declared herself press-Mothrr" and virtual monarch of China. Her first delicate at.ten lion in her deceased husband'.* rela tives was to send each a little m.;IfIon box containing nn elegant silken cor...

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

Church News. , Ciithulic Church-Sunday, May 10- | I M -WarniRul (? and II, Vespen 7 i ' Noerim South (J Itokcby 11. j j Chctkcm or England - Sunday, 10tj i 1 M:»v, Drouin 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Urnndy | Creek 2.45, Kcv. 15. T. Syur. j METHODIST i'hukch - Hiouin 11 | and 7, Ilunyip 3, H» r. Loloen ; Garfield j 11, I3unyip 7, Mr Druij ; Modella 3, j Lon^trarry 7.30, Kev. B. Crisp : Longwarry South 8, Mr Harris ; Ncerim South 11, j Necrim Ea»t 3, Neerim 7, S'r Kowkiudu ; | Neerim youth 7, Mr Pcskett J Wednesday Ncciim NjE. 8 ; Friday-Neeiitn Kast 8, Vr Rowlands. PiiiCiivn-DT . w P,"T"n,r TW.,;~ , ,

Buln Buln Shire Council. MONDAY, 6th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

? Buln Buln Shire Council. MONDAY, 6th MAY. Present-Crs Kennedy (President). Petschack, Byriell, MeHugb, Carrie. Rowe, Stephens, Woolsteneroft, and Hayes, i FINANCE. Drouin Quarry (day labor account) £92 10» od ; Country Honda Board - Day labor acct.-Neerim quarry £42 2a 6d, Main Noeiiin id £55 us lOd, Main South rd £3G, J. Uook (YVsrragui rd) £63. .1. Watts (Warrnnul rd) £'47, ,\. nnd P. Kennedy (Neo.nm East rd; £10 7s 6d. S. J. Hvgvis (finrh'g rd) £0 JOs, G. \V Harrison (Poowong Coach rd) £10, \V. K»i|.h (Lmtgwairy township) £l 8i. Count'}' Itni-.ds Jirn'd ;iccoi)nt - Main JScerim td £10 14a <M, Loch Valley rd £'33 5s 3d, Main .South rd £23 la" 2d, Nrerini Quarry £54 5, 9.1, Diouin Quarry £66 6a 4d, \\ . C. Fulinnann (Drouin Qu»rry) £.3 7. -Id, \V. I., Tritechlor (Drouin quarry) £10 14s (id, H ffnmi Brick Co. (pipes) £11 1,, R. Raskin (amithwotk) lis, \Y. C Kuhrmann (sun dries) £3 3s 8d, Victorian Railways (frticht) £2 6s 10d, W. L. Tiit«chlor (unithwoik) £5 17s GO, A. ...

Naughty! [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

Naughty I A rrrtiiin bluc-i»1 oocKM! family, in ulioM' household then- bin! boiMi something' in th« way of a Mriki?, wi'i'i' n'-Omrt time :ipo p«'i"* tirl or] («.? M'rriw. nil int i 1 na< 10:1, '.( a \ v.lmft not ic»\ that tin", w«-r»' to ro crivr :i \ ra I from mhih' iijmM <lis t i1114. ij>»!i»*» 1 who.*" ;ir'<|H;jint . aiu*«' l.hc\ h.i'l Ir>n 14 With uroat {. 111 (? i 11 . , tu<» <>f the 1 lift'. l»ri'ti\ < l.t Mirh I I'l1;; of Up* iious*' him »..! l<> nii'l r.ni!;iMl 1) ,». i 11 n-*l i"i »n. uttJ Hi-' third, ill a enp atnl iil'i'oii, as j'.it Wri'ks .i 11 it, at ;t :'uni;ti.»n i tt lnwii, l»' tlt fatnilirs mnt. and t h-> )i».;».! nf t \\r i?i* inkr»JKh*«! hranch <v\j»rrs.soc? to tho 1 hird si.slor his iv^rK that. I'lu' had not lu-on at homo on the 1 occasion of h)K visit. .'Ali ! hut I was at homo," (tic liUl" rciji'ic admitted. "It whs I v.iiu Miiiirko'l your la"' when you to k...

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