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

CENTRAL 'GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. The opening matches in this As sociation were played on Wednesday afternoon and resulted as follows: Bunvip and Yarragon played on the former's ground, the result being: - Bunvip 7 goals S behinds, Yarragou 6 poals'5 behinds. Trafalgar were beaten at Garfield by [ona, the scores being-Iona 10 goal;, 8 .behinds, Trafalgar 1 goal 7 behinds. , ' W'arragnl journeyed to Longwarry and were defeated. Scores-Long warry 5 goals (i behinds, Warragul 1 goal 1'3 behinds.

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

Phases ot the? - Moon. May -First quarter 3rd, 4.29 p m ; full moon 10th, 7.30 a ra ; lust quarter |i7'h, 8 12 a in : new mo in 2'5th, 12 34 )i in. June-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 a m . full Iiuicili 8 ll, H.18 1> m ; Imt quarter lliili, 12.2 I ii in ; new in mo l lili, 1.33 .1 m. .Inly-Fir.H quarter 1st, 5 24 a in ; lull in it'll 7tli, ll.SO p m ; lust quarier loth, 5.31 p m ; new m mil 28rd, 12.:3S p in ; first quarter 80th, 9.51 a m. Antjnst-Full inn'in 6th, 10.40 a tn; lust quarter 1 tth, 10.56 n m , new union 2Ut, 10.26 p m ; first quarter 28th, 2 52 p in. September - Full iwmn 5tli, 12 2 am; lasl quarter 13th, 3 18 u in ; nnw.ni ">ii 2'lth. 7-33 ii m ; first qnniter 2fitli, 10.3 p ui. Oct"i)0r-Full rannn -ttli, 3.58 p in ; last quarter 12th, 7.33 p in ; new ' 10th. 4.33 pin; first quarter 2(it|i, 8.11 p in. November- Full in mir 3d, 9.18 am; last q Miter J 11h, 9.36 a in ; new m >'>n 13th, 2.1 a in ; flr.~t quarter 2lth, 11.38 p in December-First quarter !in), 1.20 mr...

CHAPTER XXXIII. A CRITICAL MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

GHAPTER XXXni. A CRITICAL MOiUSNT. flo far all promised well. The time for "action at hand, and it found Dick with steady nerves nnd unfal tering courage. Ho mov®d about the [room for a faw moments, purposely ma^int; noine enough to bo heard bil low. (»n some hook? behind a cur tain hung various gnrmonts belong inj; to the doctor, nnd from those ho poloctcd a linen jacket of the kind worn on the island, find n Moft hnt that concealed his features. In Ad dition he took at. random a dozen > other articles of clothing, nnd tossed I them uii thy bod. I Then ho blew out the candles, and in the tvnu-dnrknrf.s of the room ho [ put on the and hat, removed his :~hocs, nnd thrust, them into his side pockets. Nc.\t, ho rcconnolU'red from i.hc two windows, watching and listening for a time* at. er.ch. The street that. led towards (Jovernment lluuso jToeinc.] rmpf.y. lhou:;;i here nnd there a 1 irrht Hashed ncross it. Down in the little court, there was an unbroken jrlooni and silence, and th...

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

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1 Stephen, (J, V.j 2 \N inters, -I. J . & 3 C«>lqul»oun% C. 4 M-rtuit, W, H. 5 Bti'tur K ctnry ft ll'tyea' Family lime! 7 CaSny, D. l>. 8 Ht»nd«?r*nnf A. R. !) PtM.se and Suns 10 llnnilritii, uirdii<ir Road 11 IS-ickhouao, Sk>» n»*t and Hani'lton 12 Shirt* (la 1, Drouin (W. Yt»un*», aecretnry) 13 Fuinmimi, W C. C may bu had with iho tdl'iwiiii; ul.vces : - Mflhourno la Warramil Id L'»u«;wany 2d l'unyip 21 Guti.dd 21 N-if :)iir^oon 3d I'akcuham 4d Pakouhuu 12 4d N.w ruwui rt»n (3d B^rwie* '3d D indiMioii^ Si Oiklt>ii;h 81 T- ar;ili»Mti 81 Trafalgar 31 V trr;i<»on 2 i Moo "2d St ra> fin d Is -til S Jo la M irvv»dI ()1 T >nut-xhWio 81 Tli"i|id<lo lid II'SL'ilale Is W ,llul!;i 81 lii.-olarrji 01 R.k-by 2d Jmdivick 3d Hiru '>u 1 ii 2d M.«tr a 1* N-erim -Id N-i.-rim East 3 1 N"i'riiu Sth 4il N^-rim Junc.4 I NViun N. (id 4 1 UjM'fr Nariacui (31 ?Mnondurni 81 H iiruad.-tle 1m 101 Coalvillo l»l Liiidmiow...

(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island Story of a Strango and Exciting Adventure. PART 12. CHAPTER XXXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) T H K Secret Island Story of a Strango Exciting Adventure. By W. Mur ray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Onrso of the Cardcvrs," etc., etc. PART 12. CHAPTER XXXII.-(Cnnti!iM«l.) The Eirl'p sober words luvl brnu^ht him to onrth apvin, *"nd banished his short-lived hopes nml csuUnt-ioii. Ho felt hiK iiir-castlcs fumbling about him in ruin**. "Tt is bettor to fare ihc wor^t," Lucille continued, sadly. "There is : no thought of danger in the town. ; though the people ;ire exeitcd. Jntum | Goro believes these men-of-war have , found the island by ohniiee, and that j they arc not sure it, the place they j arc seokinir. lie bus already ^i%en j orders that no iirrs shall be lighted. j Tiic guns are masked, ami from Uu' ; sea the fortress looks like a barren i did. Po tho ship:-, will probably pail | around the island for a day or two ilio%- can't, fret. through tho outer reef-nut] when they <ind 110 trace of j ? luimiin occ.nprvt.ion they V.-1U irn ...

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

Regarding a . Winter Grass. "Since tho rains," a corres poncknt to " The Loader", writes, " tho grasses have already got a move on, and sorno conie 'quickor than others. There is a! small, lightly stocked paddock near enough to tlio hom'estead »o be (nidor the writer's close nbsarva tion, and it was noticed that tho first grass to show up was prairie. Tlie ry.e.g^ass, and other grasses mixed with it aro not nearly so forward as the prairie. Yet in travelling about the State one ; meets with a dov/ren paddle,ks ofl ryo grass for eveiy one ofjprairio. | The prairie no't only | grows twice as high as th<J othtri grasses, but it grows, forming | heads of seed, and consequently every inch of it contains more J nutriraent.s.lThe only reason why j prairie grass is so much neglect ed is because it will not stand continuous over stocking as well as some-of the others, and the, idea of having to resow pasture is'disagreeable. The best graz- , iri£ results arc t-ocured by renew ing ...

The Railways. NEERIM SOUTH TO TOORONGO. SETTLERS WANT RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

The Railways. . NEE RIM SOUTH TO TOORO'NGO. SETTLERS WANT RELIEF. An unfavourable reply was given by tho Premier (Mr Watt) on Tuesday to a deptuation from residents of Nee.rim which asked for relief from the provisions of the Railways Acquisition Act. Tho Minister for Railways (Mr Macki,nnoiv) .-was .-also !n atten dance. Mr Mackey, M.L.A.,who, introduced the deputation, said that by tho construction of the ' lino from Neeriin South to Too | ryti^o River about 50,000 acres of [ forest land would bo made iivail ablo. and tho 'deputation thought that th<) Crown, should, pive, a certain. percental oMhb royalties to the Railway Construction Trust., which >vas required to our chaso the necessary land. If the Crown did not contribute, resi dents on a small .ribbon of land would have to pay for opqning up the forost. An amendment of tho act, tho deputation thought, should bo made to meet the , case, A ?second amendment was desired on the purchase-money of the land for a perio...

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

. M4AW.I . Tho following^ the draw of tho Drouin Football Association,' 1 iftateho* to be iplayed oti tho grouud of thr fir«t-named main :- , r . . | . MAY 1G ' Iionywarry South v Drouin Wc*t I) uuiu v Loii^warjy E^at ; Lwdner v Athl<>nt« MAV 23 Drouin West v Ath!ono Long»r*rry East v Lard nor ; D.'ouiu v L'jnyw.irry South MAV 30 L.irdner r Drouin 3 Athlono v. L'»n'jtTariy South D.ouin We»t v Lon^warry East J.J U N E 6 Longwnrry South v Lnrdnor Lon^narry Eaa* v Athlone, Drouin v Drouin West JUNE 13 Loil^varry South r Longtvarry East Drouin v Athlono Ludner.v Dro.um W?af> . ? . JUNE 20 Drouin We it v Loucjwarry Scuth^ Longwarry E-ist v Drouin Atiilonu v Lardnor JUNE 27 Atli'ono v Drouiu West 3 Lnrdnor v Lon;?*v»Ty East , Lon^Wany Sou'h v Drouin JULY 4 Drouin v Lirdnerij LotJtjVTarry .South v Athlon© Longvvarry East v Drouin Weab p. - ... . J . Drouin W«»t r Drouin' j

Football. DROUIN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V ATHLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

Football. DRUUIN FOOI BAMJ ASSOCIATION. DUOUIN V A I'HLONE. . J I Tho opening matches in this - Association took place on Satur day. 'Drouin journeyed to Athlone, with only 14 men, and succeeded in scoring a win. The most con spicuous players for the winners were Tolliday, S. Tritschler, Stor motit, Starr and S. McLachlan. J. Iloggan umpired tho game in an impartial mannor. Tho following wero the scores : 1 sr quarter < Dr»>uin 1 Mul, Athlone 3 goal. 2ml <i"nvrter ' Drouin 2 l>hiln, Athlpno nil oid j Drouin 3 g»uj« -J Mids, Athlone I blid .ttli qu«rt<*r ' Drouin A jjm.iIb 7 Mid», Athlone I goaf. Final - Druuin 10 . Lardner journeyed to Drouin West and mot with a crushing defeat by that club. Longwarry East were di'teated oil their ground by Longwarry South with a margin of 8 points.

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

ITKR ONLY REASON. " Soo here!" cried the moan tn«9 ?rrsnly, "why do you bother c» fo' . louey in this way?" ' I suppoM>," replied Ms wife, " itf I can't think of & better on a.' Just in pioportion as you adrertiie, sc is your trade. Ho cureless nr indifferent to adyertisine mid you suffer nccordincliy Keep Rood goods, advertiao judiciously throughout llio year. . tjj Advertisements nro I lie bugle c»lli« of thn merchant, the magnets of trade, «it heralds cf business, and the forei miners of success. Advertise to brn.i; business, liii hull est ami courlef.ua in order lo customers. Continue to advrrnjn', >. tfk more trade, thou your business will p o i;:esa and prosperity will be youis. Are you ambitious to do moro business, l'huii advertise in "The Gippsland Inde pendent.' It peuctiates into the homa "f tho settler and the farmer, man who will spend their money, if you can offei them a good article it * roHjuiuble pricn. Don't otop advertising just becsut* bufineas is r...

AXIMS FOR MARRIED WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

AXIMS FOR MAIUAIED WOMEN By Max O'Roll. NoTor tell your husband that you ciro him this or that for dinner, ano lot what he asks for, becauso you know vhat is best for him. A man will wil inKly yield to tho woman ho lores, li« *ill make any sacrifice she may require, >ut ho will generally draw tho lmo at jemi? told what is good for him. Ti.t> wholo boing of a inou craves 101 ? iberty. If ho is not in real possession jf it, civo him sometimes a chance ol fancying ho is. He will bo grateful tc you for this delicate act of considers, lion, a.nd boast that ho is one of the lucky married men absolute.y Jreo tc Jo as they ohooso. He will sing youi praises and mako your reputation. _ Let your husband potter about hit house to his heart's content. 1 know men who daro not change the place ol a picturo in their own house, for few of being sneored at by their wives. When lots of people require your at. tention in your liouso, and you hare tc reply to all in succession, do not ev I baust y...

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

QUICKER THAN MEN. A woman's brain weighs on an ave* ; ago five ounces less than that of a man 1 but in at least ono particular she L ; mentally his superior. She ia a fat j moro rapid thinker. The fact has been made clear by r j number of experiments conducted wiU j subjects of both Bexcs. In somo 02 1 those testa an ingenious machine was j employed, consisting of a pasteboari J disc, with a holo in the oentre, and r j clock controlled by electricity, whick j measured time to tho thousandth pari , of a second. The person undergoing the teM, watched tho disc, in the centre 0: which, at intervals of a minute, a little card appeared, dropping into view, anc occupying tho place where tho hol« was. In falling, it completed a circuit, sotting tho clock going. Tho instanl tho observer caught sight of the car* . ho or she was required to touch a key which stopped the clock immediately thus ^registering the time required foi perceiving tho object. In these and other experiments de signed to ...

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

CAKE OF HEALTH. While there aro sometimes excep tional conditioner under which it 10:13 ie for the general Rood that an indi vidual, hero and there, may sacrifice ?tonIth. happiness, and even life it self, it remains true that the mora/ nnv of benevolence proscribes quit© a lifforent course for most of us. What .vnr weakens our vitality and vigoui .nakes us less useful in our work, and in all our relations of life. If ex ..reuse indulgence in any natural ap petite does this on one hand, so does ts unnatural and excessive restraint m the other. If we consider the ap notiie of hunger, for instance, we shall .eo the effect of gluttony on one hand, uid of starvation on the other. N< lonht it is often murh more dilfiruV o p;e>erve a due moderation than t(. io to either extreme. It requires deli cate diRcrimination to discover just rhnt the body needs for its most per rect development, and a firmness of :mrpose to supply tho^e needs in flu .ii»ht proportions. ^ et this is on...

SUNNY ROOMS M[?]KE SUNNY LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

BUNiN'Y ROOMS M.KiO c>UNN* LIVES. Lot us tako the airiet, choicest, au» unniest room in tko h.use for our Ut ng room-tlio workslicp wliero brail md body mo built up and renewed Vnd there let us have a bay window 10 matter how plain in structure lirough which tho good twin angelt ?f nature-sunlight and pure air-cat veely enter. This window shall bo the poem o' lie house. It shall givo freedom an<? .cope for eye and mind. We shall innc pp..pint-u^n.o.".nur *. <\nr IM tlirouixh our ample window. Kohj Inn-iiB, golden tmnsctA, tho toudoi {roon una changing tints of spring; lie plow of summer, the pomp of au iirnn, tho whito of winter, storm and .bine, glimmer and gloom-all these (e can enjoy while wo Bit in our shel tered room aa the changing years roll in. Dark rooms bring depression ol ipirits, imparting a sense of confine ment, of isolation, of powerlessnesa. vhich is chilling to energy and vigour nit in light is good cheer. Even in a gloomy house, wliero walh...

Good Stories of Bench and Bar. SIDE OF FORENSIC LIFF. THAT SELDOM SEES LIGHT. HAWKING—GRANTHAM—DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

Good Stories of Bench and Bar. SIDE OF FORENSIC I,IFF. TIT Ar SKLHOM SKES LIGHT. 11A W K1N S-G H A NTH A M-i)A Y, Somu new and interesting anec dotes of the Hcnrli u nd Bar arc con tained in a volume ]i.sher! bj Mr. (Irani HichardM, which, edited an<l compiled by .Mr. Arthur II. Knfjclbach, is j>roi".iI by .Mr. F. !.;. Smith, K.O., M.I'. One; reminiscence is of dip lntt Kir Krank l.oclvw .md, whose crows e\a mi na t ions IIS...I to be such a de. li^ht in the Junior l'..ir. It. run cerns that, famous counsel's first brief \i).on which he appeared for an oflicial liquidator of a company whosi consent hail to lie obtained before the Court would part, with Ui< fund. l.ockwood was instructed to consent, and his fee was to be three uuinens on the brief and nut ror consultation. The petition came in due courst before Lord liomilly, and was made plain to him by counsel for the petitioner, and still a little plainer by counsel for the princi pal respondent. Then up r...

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

tiflAKE YOU "< DaS « R1CT KKOWJa. Concerning sn'nc parts of the distric; Iiflws C'tnio^ bul seldom. Tlii- is n><l th« fuilli <-f the Editor, for ho lias 11 miraculous power uf ktiuffiiiu wimi is biippening lli oil till' places ill the aren or circulniinn. It is tin- fault nl re-id C"ts in till? lullV plactt.-. Will eiiiiib man ur w .tnuii Ul;e the mutter n baud Hiid c;i»;e the silewce t" cea-e ? if no mie else is doing it fur ym> di- trici, will TOIF tiy nil the-e linen ? ri. i.<i .'(..i.,"iinis of public and social eveii-.- »> V"iir township or neighb >t li . d, iii'b, si- weddings, d.-utlis, accid ent. ruficerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Do not b.ther about grammar ur spelling , it is the Editoi's work t l-.v.ik nfter these trifles. The bares' skeleton U t'lloiluh. Write in mie tide of the paper oulj. Give information but lot criticism *l»ne. Write your name in gome corner ®ut fur printing, but to prove gi.ud faith....

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

MLbjUUUUlZlS& MA.liK.ti 1*3. TheGippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Co., LtJ., report under date of 7th May : - Butter - The Victorian supplies show a slight increase, and importa tion's from the Northern Staves are etil arriving in fair quantities. Prices remain unchanged choicest at Is lid to la 2d, first grade from llj/^d to Is Id, seconds lOd to lOjd. Separators 9id to lOd, and dairies to 8d. Cheese-The demand is good for prime new cheese, loaf fetching 8d, mediums 7d to 7I/nd. off lots less semi-matured 7J<>d to 8d, matured 8d to 8Ad. Eggs - The market for Tuesday ruled at last week's rates, but an advance took place to-day of Id per dozen, sales being made from Is 5d to Is 9d. Preserved eggs were rather dull of sale at Is Id. Bacon-Primo light sides lOd to 10id, medium weights 9Jl>d. heavier lower, middles lO'/id to lid, hams 1h to Is Id. Lard- Bulk Gd to Gid, packet 7d. Tuesday, 121 h May. Wheat-F.AQ. 3s 10W, medium 3s 9d to 3s 9id. ;-Oats-Mil...

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

WARRAGUL MARKET. Skews, Hunter and Co. report haring held their usual weak)/ sale at their Warratjul yards on Thursday, 7th May, when fat pigs wero about equal 10 Utw quotations, and stores'and young pijfs Were rather easier, No sheep wore yarded, and a good yarding of c.ittle and milkrrr and springer* told exceptionally WtfU ; all classes woro quite t-qual to Jate -quotations, except poddies rrhich were rather easier. They quote*: - * Pi^B-Suckers 10s, lit to 15s, slips 17s, 38s tu 20. stoves 25a, 27s to IJ8s( bacon s'ores 40i to 45s, porkers 40a, 43s to 47* 6d, baconera 50*, 60s, G8a, 75i io ?80a. Cattle-Fat cowi £G to £6 4s, choppers £4 7s to £5, storo £3 5s to £3 10*, othors from £3, aged lower ; bullocks 3 year* £6 4s, ditto 2 years £3 8s, ditto 12 months 33s to 42s, ditto pnddios 10a to 25s ; milkers and spiiugers (bt-si) £S 12s 6d to £9 J7s 6d, second ditto £6 10a to £7 IBs, oihnrs from i'o 10a to £G, aged and inferior lower ; springing heifers £5 to £5 15a, ditto 2 years £3 ...

WHY YOUR STOMACH HURTS. A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SENSE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

WHY YOI'li KTOAfAOII IMTWTfl. A. DOCTOR'S COM MON-SKNSH ADVICE. Puiii in the Ptmnacb, mri'msly ciUed indigi'sti'ii,'iyS|>pp?in, tUtulcncn, h'!nril)nrn, st'iiuach-Hclie, i6 usually iitliilm'.dl In smiic oiin iliiml. atii'Tiiml ..r difca-fd conditi- n nf the etomarh ii-i-lf. Nothing, however, could he fur ln'r frr'in tho trnl1!. Niw-tPiMi tiiiii*s <nu ol wt'ntv ihu i-t.imnch i» nhniliiti'W It u11 Eit and ii'Tiiul, ths pain and dia 0 ml u lici.j; nttrely due to the I i< V H' (i f er. I If-II t ll t i . ti .' .'uid which 1 rii.i'i- :iinl ilUit'iuls tils stomach ; if' iidli i lii" 'iiditi<-n if allowed to '.it in nine tin- cnclum irrita inn t tin' !<c d is liki-ly t' cut into tliu . i n>."'li «;ili<-»nd pruduiM' ulcers wid ini'i imp- oincer nf the .<tniiMcli is n-cli'.-s ia Mich a case. Tlii' acid Miid fi'mit'iilin^ fo"d mii«t lie re in..¥<'d liy k >rt"m:u'!i pump >r nil emetic, ?r you must iieiitrji...

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

OtTU MISTAKKX METHODS. Have not Christians in general overlook ed this important lesson, namely. tHut the chief work of tin- ministers ami under phepherds of the Lord's finch timing this Aye is to "feed the llockY" Is it not true that comparative little feeding is bein,,' done? On me contrary, the thought usually received bv new converts is, Now you are saved: go. cvan^alise. and brim; others to <'hrist -especially brinn' money, for with plenty of it we can (onvt-rt the world. Work for de-us by soliciting fuuds for church purposes, extension. <N.e. If the itHjnirer has thoughts or ques tions. is it not too often that his instruc tors know not how to answer them, but merely nay, "Stop thinking, and k'<> to work.*' Alas, that this is s» true! The "lambs'* should be fed until they become "sheep.'* The sheep should be tended. »...red for. guided: instructed: and the sheep should also be fed with the stronger "»re.t than that which the lambs could appr...

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