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

A Music Martyr. ? Mo u pianist, scarcely out of his tens. Ho had been snnl ahroud by wealthy friends for n four J \ears' course in his chosen art; | had l hrr.-aft (>r spent. n ve^r on t he j ' stju;o, and hohind a vun -junrd <>f newspaper reports of his ! sur«-"ss ahmad, hr wns now* com l i'uj home. When his (nun drew into the sta tion and rnme to a stop, the pianist. evincing th" ni'tislir tem perament in his hair as well as in his manner, descended to the plat 1 <iriti. At the snme time the crowd of «>m hnsiast ic. townspeople drew :isir]r- to allow his proud h«H, mod est. mother to ho the firnl, lo wel come - her son. When sin- reached him, Wowovcr, sho ! suddenly irave a tfasp and stood J slock-still, staring at. him. The next moment she burst into foI»S ! ami fell on his neck. "Ifenry, my poor Henry (he £01M woman criod. "They told me you were iJoin/;- so .veil over there toy plentiful. My and makin' poor, poor In "What's thi* claimed ihu bewildo...

After Waiting 47 Years. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 8 May 1914

After Waiting 47 Yea I'amazes of J.W.H) for breneh of promisi- miv rlainiM by Miss Kmma Ma haney, o [,'od sixty-seven. from Mr. .John Wolf, a;r<'d sovcnty-.^evoii, 1 a (' i \ i I Wnr veteran, in « suit she! hfis brought at I'atcrson, New Jer Wnr. She n"\"r married, b«Mievim; Ilia) :,onv day 111'.- sweeihenrt. oi her \ m 11111 m 11 ilnyn \v<a1i)<] return (.0 rf.iini S Thrr»n yp;ir.s ;i£<\ forty -se\en yt-ars nfl^r her Inst. m^-ting with him, she w'tis nvrrin;, cfi to receive n letter from Mr. Wolf, who informed her that ho hnrl now retired from busi ness ^ithy n fortune. A eorrospojid . ?!]«... ensued in which the spinster nlh'K'vs the vet ran wooed h*r with nil ih>- ardour which characterised hitn before the wnr. and finally he proposed marriage. .She made i all the preparations for the cerc mony ut great expense. When every thing* was ready JMi*. Wolf wrofo snyintr that, the marriage co'dd never talve pl.'H'o. Miss Mnhaney bar.en her c...

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

Strange Honeymoons. Surely ono of tho ctrnngr^t was that of an American conplc who, in June of Inst year, set otj( from Now York Harbour on n honey moon trip to tho r.ermuda Inlands in n tiny "cocklcaJu'll" boat sonio 12ft. long by Mft. broad. No less thrilling n hom*yin<'on «\\* P«»ri«wo whs IhaJ, 01 a .Mr. «nd Mrs. Kdbar, who were married in Peking in tho legation chapel, <"»n Hjo day prmNlin# that on which 1h»> Iio.\i»r riots broki* out., and who, jore*, had to spend the iir.st few weeks of their married life prison ors in the invested city, witnossing many of tho horron? of the rebellion, and going in daily fear of assassi nation. Another couple on the Continent, immediately after tho marriage knot was tied, ntnrled off by balloon for F-nglatul. T,eaving Taris at four o'clock in tlio afternoon, they man ngeil to land safely on this aiilo of the Channel tho following morning, after n somewhat exciting time among the clouds. Then an ad venturous pair ot Sw...

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

Return of the Rubber Boom. ---? Q r (By A. STAINS MANDEB3.) Ii Ij; really P. wonderful substance, ir> rubber. Consider what it is in the beginning*-just milk /lowing from the trees that have been slash ed by the native workers. Vet from this ]if^uid we get a substace of cnurmous strength, durability, and elasticity. I always liken rubber to cheese. It is ndlk to herein with; it is mndo to curdle like milk-by throwing- salt into It-and, liko cheese, you got It in all shapes, sizes, colours, and qualities. ' If wo don't actually oat rubber, it is doubtful if wo could now live without it. "It ia extraordinary when one comcn to think of the enormous number of uses to which rubber is put. We fmd it not only in our own hom^s at every turn, but we find it on our way from our homes to our business ; we see rubber at every since, and when we get to our business wo find it in our offices. Cortai/ilj,' we cannot live without rubber, and I am not sure that wo nro nMo to din without tHc os i*...

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

King Edward Tickled. Perhaps one of the most amusing incidents which occurred at th° j lJuymnrkcl-the theutrr with widen Mr. Cyril Maude has be--n s.. long | associated-was that in which the Jiuto King Kdwar.i and poor Wil liam Terriss 'igured. The episode is refated by Mr. Maude. It was during thu run of " The Marriage of Convenience," th«' Inst engagement but. one for Terriss, as it happened, and His Majesty, then, -,7,"^Tincn oi Wales, was in of »>nlc.s. ».u*L\votfii trie iut.. Edward sent for Mr. Cyril Claude hie wife, and Terriss, being desir ous of expressing his gracious ap proval 01* their efforts to amuse. 3n describing1 the affair, Mr. Maude confesses that he was not a little nervous, his conversational powers being at their very worst. Things were consequently going very stilly . when Terriss, in his cheery. sail<>r | like manner, remarked, "We all ln»pe Persimmon will win the (."u(d Cup to-morrow, sir.'" "Thank you, "Mr. Terriss," replied His Majesty. "I...

HAPPY INSTINCT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

HAl'l'Y instixct. 11 Not long a^u, a certain farmer, uoU hv.t'Wii for his ;ueil a local Uui'se <l-".ilc»r m tho cminty :ourt. U<> had boucht. a h<.rs»\ which the ]oa!or had cMiani.'iic.^l t«» ho " qun*t \c\ ri(U' ;vn<l drive." a;wl \v now «ou£ht ammalT"r '. hi statine fiis cnin, Farmer FTntl.wx! i«'st Iiis tompor muro tl?:tn onco. am) KM ho tjvfjurut/y o«]monisii<*(l by the (snr nf fho tvi*Tirs«\<? for tJjp i tnrif.or "ir-jor -«f f h<-. in *?r i n r Mto -inirnal ua4 " -il-tf..' " «- ;t.* ?: xi if f hnt." ohM>rr<>fJ fhr * rn»»r '' lv-orfs Htmt 1"' : ' 's t hiit it Hi n ri.-i his trap to splin " --'nM t"ho " 7 H->* U0 Vn'-VJ ' f , f '+> nlairv 3 . t 1 ,f * Marin- - f ...**. n; ifc wui nH would Hmn thpii

PRACTICAL PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

PRACTICAL PROOF. A young collier* with literary aspira. ions courted a buxom mill lass, who '('fused for a long time to believe that *10 was really in earnest. But one. norning sin; turned up at the mill with * smiling fice, and surprised her friends ay proudly announcing her engagement. "Then you're gom' to risk it. Sal, ?JfcJjough you believe that he'Ji grow tirod of you smno day," remarked on« no now*.., .1 didn't believe him when ho .aid ho'd go through fire ah' water for ? no, or walk over hot plough-shares, or throw hisself under the feet of wild bosses, 'cos I knew he'd got all that lort of rubbish out of a book. But when he dropped talkin' poetry, an* said he'd sell his dog and buy a Sunday hat wi* t'money if I'd only walk out wi* lini, I knew ho meant business."

WILL LAST FOR CENTURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

WILL LAST FOR CENTURIES. From time to time discussions arise .is to the probable duration of our coal juppiy. Questioned on the subject recently, an expert pave it as his opinion that ?it the present rate of consumption it .*ou!d last at least IJoO yearn longer, nen if the mines are not carried to i lower depth than *4(it'0 feet. As, However, it is regarded a* probable '.hat mining can be carried on at a .onsiderably lower depth, this period imy be much extended. Apart from this, however, the HitJiority pointed out that as time :oes on we shall prow far more econo nical in our u<e of coal than at pre ent, ns discoveries are beinp made and itilised in the <lirection of obtaining the maximum of heat from the fuel, fn this connection he referred, to th«j enormous waste of heat that takes ;dace in the ease of the ordinary do nestic prate, which in course of limo ...ill inevitably give place to more . cientific contrivances, . thus adding Croatly to the time the cn....

Coachman's Work. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

Coachman's Work. i A uisjMilo hml lun^ existed in a | letuan'M inmily lu't wivu tho cook. ,uli: »iom die jarju mr i.ijvuk i "tsl ? I heir master one morning |i-alli>il IIu'III both lici'oro liim Unit | I"' mi^lU hoar what (hoy hail In The conk ill,m,|...| UinL t In- r,rh man was luinmim- alioul. t ho kjtrlx-ii I " i"-s| Irt oi f}1(. morning, }f*t (i" was s,, ill-na t ured that, ho would '"l''h ''''oam for hiT, though a ..au shi1 had no|, ;1 ,[ln!11(»Mt span-. 'I'),,, coachman .said it. was his Misinoss. j wll," said tho master; | f"d what do you rail votir J.usi- ' i j 'Jo lak»' t'aPo oi lhtx hm's»*s and jcl«\in ami < 1 ri\<» thr oarnnpv" nv j pii»" 1 tin- cnaohmrut. ' '^"ii sa\ riu/it," an^vvrr^il Uto ' master. "and [ (in ri-it c\prrf y«m M " '!<< ti!<>r«- I !utr; 1 hat Tor u liii h I j |»J»v ,\">i ; 11;11 this I insiM upon j that '-very morning h»>f<uv ><"' £<.'? the rarriani' r*...

WITHOUT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

WITHOUT SLEEP. The capacity of the great Nnpoleo* for going without sloop is well known, but even ho had to succumb at tira<* to the need for rest. Iiu!oe<l, it is a notorious fact that no human lx>in2 ran survii-o without occasional periodf .if sleep. Nevertheless, ther'o .9 living to-O-AV a man of whom it J3 Bttvtod on good uuthoritv that ho has not slept a. rain uto for ten years, and yet retains hit health and sanitv unimpaired. His story is that twelve years ag« lie was T.ual an<l enthusiasm that, for o«v«rai days and nights ho took no rest. Then I insomnia set in. and, becominc alarm j ^d, he consulted physicians. Their ad vieo, however, proved unavailing, and | then came the discovery that the losi i of^ sleep had produced no ill effect®. I His brain and nerves remained unaf ! fected, his nppetito Rood, and ho vw j 'ictually increasing in weight, i Since then his case has excited ; reat interest amongst medical men, ; several of whom have k...

How Kestrels Live. A DELIGHTFUL STORY-ARTICLE OF WILD LIFE IN THE FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

How Kestrels Live. A UKI.KJHTI'UL STOKY-ALCl ICLli. OF Wli;n Ml'H IN TnK TH>i iiiU'ntiimvhle washy idomls <:,f tlie sn'v Min--wi.-.st<T stri'uiiied l>y overlaid, the rnin sirfai.i.Mi down m l.^vy nish-.s, ;u»i the Kro.iii.l it slrramrd, ton, wherever » f-hchl in cline. ga\« U » do H0\ j Kvervl iiinK hud Hiniugli lone; iitro. The lit (lo K.-sinM i.ilcon, wilh his Ioiir 'nil :inl1 llis .liic^'c wiiiK;. liis hruwn anl' ,llmsh Munt. IicmiI, liis v.-ry opposite t" hlunt, hooded :ind his sheath ed, uproimnt irnl phuuv, snili'il and snili;i i" finli^H '»i'f lli>' drenched laii'l, and hovered und willed »pim in lie had been lining thai for hours, ever since dawn, but 1'° »ii(,'ht well have saved himself t lie (.rouble by t h<> look of i' , for nothing had lie. killed. ordinarily, lie would have lunched oil lield-voles, alter n breukinst. ni, Si.v, rat. However, "needs must, when the devil dri\es," :uid, hi.-inn ravenous, lie was in no mood to pic...

CHARACTER TRAINING IN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

CHARACTER TRAI.YIXG CHILDREN. ) The characters of men and . ire not formed in, or by, men and wi> ; ,uen a* such : they arc formed in tht 1 jhild, and are developed in the adult. It is therefore of the first importance th:it care shr-uld he taken in the forma tion of the character of the child. 1-4 diould not ho left to accident 01 .hance. The eight or ten voars during ?vhich chiidren are nfc school not only provides the opportunity for impart ing knowledge, but for inculcating those habits of self-restraint, conscier. iousness, fidelity, honour and kind ness winch are needful alike for indi vidual self-restraint and for national well-being.

Native Superstitions. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

Native Superstitions. . ? n I. a compound ii'mf 5-'d erkfont ein. Transvaal. Sicklies^-an epid.-mic of dysentery in a mild form-had broken out amoiy.; (he "lioys," an 1 iti discussing the malt'.'f they came to the conclusion thai. someone had cast- a spell uvi'i' the compound. A travelling witch doctor happened to cull at tla* time ;md lie was im mediately rtMpiisit ioned to "throw the bones," iiii«C t hus to discover the witch. The itinerant rascal produced \u< bag', which contained iiionl.i'ys' tooth, liters' claws, rats' taiN, i snakes' veriebrae, chicken bone;, ' and so on. Aiiiodj; ' the ;uvi'st ruck occupants of the compound who gathered round wan a hoy who had hern a sufferer from the prevalent complaint, and had been exceedingly ar;Nio;is, to secure the capture ot' the witch. The "doctor" threw the bone<, nnd then appeared to co^itatr deep ly, the profundity of hi* look being' ma (ched by Mir r-wroiirr reflected in the faees of the onlookers. Sud denly ...

BEWILDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

BEWILDERED. A certain member of the House c [ Lords, when travelling in Iroland, too. i fancy to a handsome Cormaught lad ; »nd outraged him as footman. , "O'Jiricn," aaid hi* lordship to th* ! low snrvarTt. - ira»" iho ViiaUy reply of the unsophisti mted youth. u Sure Oi jist saw ho .adyship go into the dhrawin'-room." " You misunderstand mo, O'Brien.' ?aid hLs lordshin, stiffly; "go and as) /our mistress if sho is 'at homo' to lay." "Sure, now," muttered the puzzler' r'ootman, ns ho obeyed, u if his lordshii *iu't quaref Why Oi saw her ladyshij : with my own eyes! And now Oi'vo go) j to ask her that same, and she's in thf ! nou^o all the toime." j Then thrusting his head into th< i Irawing-room. he asked: " Are you «: j loine, my Indyf" I " No, O'Brien, not to-day," replier | .is mistress, and the footman retire* j . lowIv in utter bewilderment. t " Well, well!" exclaimed nonplussec J " Where does she think &ko is j »oor soul? Sure, it's mad she is, an&l...

ON DRAWING FLOWERS WH PEN AND INK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

OK DRAWING FLOWERS m PEN AND IKK. ? * If it bn truu us :hi> prottv conceit -ays, tlio flower* only flourish ritjhU^ in the Lraniens of t ho so who love tlicm it. is surely none tho b-ss true that to draw plant form* well we must hav<> a true approbation of their beauty and pootie meaning. As a. writer on this siiUi.Tl well says : "Wo rati have im t liin/4- more beau! iful to draw than x ilower, unless j(. bu a. beautiful faro. J-'lower.s, Innves and indeed all plant, forms tfive us the most, perfect models we can desire, and l\V i heir infinite va riety and aspects do inand from us keen observation if we would sneered in in terpreting i. h o m aright. Ji wo Iovu flowers wc shall dc <!r«\v U>»'m iiinnot. fail l<> m relet*- j Kl.-inil anil Kmiw I Iir-ni lii-Ltor thim \w liii.i' i-vor dull" liin'oro." Aniiin. (lowers have rocommoiKlat ioiiH to study whieh oilier objects dtt not. - possess, 'I'd unlit*; t hl'ee only : Ati ? inexhaustible fuii...

MOTIONS WHICH POISON THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

MOTIONS WHICH POISON THB BLOOD. It ifi strnngo to r»'!Iect thr.t the «!icre emotions should have a ^rioui ..ifiM-t on tho blood. Yet it i* said anger, fear, anxiety rue ftinoni; iiit .'motions or sentiments which liw-raily poison oul* hhmd. It, has often been >aid that evil thoughts art; poisonous, :he meaning being tlin.t- they corrupt 3th(T people, but tho real fact h that they poiijon our own bodies. Xatural ists now declare that tho voiiom of snakes is generated by anger and fear, and that it is collected in a special ro :opt:u]e, and tbonco discharged at the object of its anger or fear; and it it further explained that the ?amo pro cess takes placo in the human body, but that we have no special organ tc receive it, and it thereforo disperses id the blood, acting against ourselves in stead of for our protection. Bo that as it ma£, it it generally conceded that ive are literally poisoned by the orao tions mentioned, and by any senti ment or passion which upseta fch« imootb wor...

How Kaffirs Bank. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

How Kaffirs Bank. The Kallirs of the northern dis tricts of Cape (\>1ony ha\e a cur ious syM f in of !t;inkinj4\ Periodically l he natives runi'' south lu trade ii\ the several villa,';»*s and towns in lar^e numbers, stay with the Boers fur a time, thru return. Their banking facilities :ito vi-ry primitive, and consist entirely of hunks of deposit alone, witliout hanks of discount of issue, mid they haw no cheques. Hut Mill they I'liiuy hanking privileges, such as they are. from Ihose who irade. of their own number, thev select mio, who for tin- occasion is lo lie t h»M*r hnn ker. He is cornorlofl into a hank> of deposit hy putting all t h*» money of those banker he is into a ha ^, and then t hey sally forth to the Mores t<i h"\ whatever they want. When an article is purchased hv any of 1 hosr who are in t liis hank- J ing arrniigoim»nt, the price of the ar ticle is taken by the banker from this deposiL nioii*>v-l »an'» counted seller of the article, after wliioh...

An Elderly "Jeames." SOME EXPERIENCES AND RECOLLECTIONS OF A RETIRED BUTLER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

An tlderiy "JBamos. SOMI5 KXTKUIKNCKS ASH HLV COUJECTIONS OK A NKTHLED 11UTLKK. My Jir-sL situation as hulW in ft very wfallhy household was with a bachelor'invr, and the mnniury of tin* first nivrht T entered his ser % k*<* at his J.ondon house has al ways remained -with mo, f<>r he had as pi.ests to dinner the 1 ntKiivj, then Prihee of \V;iles, Lord l»o(hs child, 11 if* late of ]V vonshire, and si.nio ha!i*-di>/< n well-known and dist in^uishiM) ;d«*. I had s--r\ed ns nadcr-lad ler in .some hi^ houses. lad. I had ne\er bof ore hail r« miph't e charp' *»f af fairs when Mich important gnosis wcri' present ; ;nid al first I u a-< a lii'( ii"r\('us !».:( aiul hi'iL-. Mmid i go uimiii^' ; lad. ] had a juTfivtly trained si all under ma, ami every t li i rifjf went «ill will).ait (la- slightest hitch. This Was lla- 11 I'M (iivasitm also t hat I had a I I .-nd.-d a I a di nner r.f wiu'fh (loyalty was present, though I often did so alt i-rw...

Buln Buln Shire Council. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

Buln Buln Shire Council. ENGINEER'S REPORT. The ' following items in the Engineer's Report were omitted from the reDDrt of the Council in last issue : Crusher - The final trial of crusher gave a result of 9* cubic yards of metal per hour, and I recommend acceptance of plant. -Approved. Tho Clerk of Works advises that there would be .about 600 cubic yards of sand on Chisholm's allotment at Longwarry. There is still a good supply in the old pi*, which can bo got out at anj time except during wet weather. - Received. Table Drains from Robin Mood Hotel to Walton's iiill on Sale road require cleaning, also from Walton's Cross in« to Road Holler-Tho roller sup plied was sent forward in an in complete condition, being without a biake. I have advised company of fact and recommend .that £2 10s bo deducted from final pay ment.-Approved. Road to Quarry - Tho un metalled portion of .. Lardnor's road between Drouin and! Quarry also road up to quarry should bo metalled at an early date.-Engi neer...

SECRETS' WEIRD EXITS. SOME CURIOUS INCIDENTS WITH A WARNING TO THOSE WHOSE TONGLES RUN FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

SECRETS' WEIRD EXITS, i SOMlf. CURIOUS 1NCIKKKTS W1TU A WARNING TO THO.SI YrilOSK TONIS I.'KR KI.IN l-'KKK. "Mon arc an had as women for gossiping' in public places," said tlici h^ad of i\. TJilliU»r Stroll firm the other (fay. He was sore, and justly so, for, owin/;- to careless gossip, he had just lost a large sum of money. Two members of the firm, while lunching at. a l.'ity restnurant, had discussed between themselves the de tails of a bi^; transaction in which t ho firm was en^a^ed, and a third man at tin* next table had over heard what they were saying-. Act ing promptly on t If information, In; had bought. ih<' shares, and net ted all 1 he profit . A certain magnate with larpe in terests in South Africa, had a visit fmm his brother \tj-law, who talked excitedly nf a ii'-w nold discovery. 'Jl'on't talU so loudly," cautioned the other, for he knew* lhat his ty pist. was in 1 lie next mom. Hut the mischief was done. The typist" had overheard the name of the place u he...

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