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Completely Run Down Owing to INDIGESTION. [?] MOUSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS EFFECT RAPID CHANGE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

0 1II|| dely Hun l)..nn Owing to INDKilSSTlON. 1) . MOUSE'S IJTDIA.IT ROOT l'IM,S UFKUOT HAP ID CHANGE ..I iv i. nfif. tini; wiili indigestion for a [..-i i d f 1'i^lih't'ii nioiitlis nnd found n iM'iiclii l'i in in inv nii'di ine* ujed," wine? Sir John Henry Ynrwnud, of K in'st /.11 ix', "ff Bitrnsird-slrept, ISen dii:", "Mv health WHS completely run d .vr 11 iliroiiijli vfiml of timiri~Iiment tj tli" ^yteiii [ could take nothing into inv stnm:ioIi with tit tetchitu', <m one i eeaM n F went f"iu duys \t11li?.ut 11 bite of f. (I. My upp'tite trii.-i tj-.tie and ] c-''Id n >t "-it, Lu my sheer exhiui-tioii mi'l il.-p.ii I iricd l)r M rye's Indian U >..i 1'itl- mid e,:iu well ii'inemlier it ; an e.nly improvement wn» disci-rnilile, mv1 ft.i>r t:ikint; a few d. se« 1 emu m<'need i . in If rapid -lii.icp t'Wards my old ondition My appi-titc * i'[ rre-1 1.11 L11 [MM 111 siato. nnd 1 sp-iik too highly of your great, remedy rfliieh fluids nnriiMlled in hit e?...

500 Lads For The Farms. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

500 Lads For The Farms. By the S. S. "l'ndrapura" which is expected to roach Melbourne on the 27th May, another party ot 500 lads who will be available for works on f;'rms or stations or in other suitable country employ ment, are coming to Victoria from Great Britain, and farmers desir ous of obtaining their services are requested to makeearly appli cation to the Immigration and Labor Bureau, 555 Flinders street, Melbourne. Over 400 of these lads arrived during the month of April and their services were quietly availed of by farmers, many of whom have since communicated with the Immigration Department expressing satisfaction with the lads. Extracts from about 50 letters from farmers received at the Immigration Bureau in the course of two or three days have been forwarded to this office and they afford very clear indication that on the whole the lads are proving to be of a very desirable stamp. J Their apes run from 16 to 20 ' . "M c'e ' iri i'iirm work thoy j | have como out special...

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

| Church News. n&rrj South 2.45, R<JT. B. T, Syor. | Mn'i'iiODiST Church - Dtouin 11 and 7, Longrrarry South 3, Mr Wicliell ; Hunyip 3, Mr Harris ; Lon^warry 11.30 Run>ip North 3. Bunyip 7. Mr Dru-y ; 1 GarfirUl 11, Supply; Neerun South U. Crossover 3, Neerim 7, Vr llowlanda ; Hokeby 11, Ncerim Soti'h 7, Mr hkman. pHEsnYTEuus* Chukcmi - Drouin U Jindivick 3, Dro- in West 7, U»*v. S. I>. Hood, of WaiTft'^ul ; Drouin 7. Mr \V\ ; Young : Neerim Junction 11, Neerim Knst 3, Neerim South 7, Mr McKenzie, For Children's Hackir^ Cou^h fti^lit, Woods f.iri'iit reppciuiint Cure, 1» Gd.

Margarine. A MENACE TO BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

. Margarine. A MENACE TO BUTTER. BY L. LOWSHY, j Secretary of the C'o Operativa Butter ! and Cliocsio Factoiie.s' Association of Victoria. i Tho coloured margarino question j hns received a pood deal of attention ! by nil interested in tho butter bnsi 1 ness for some time. There have been I immenso improvements in the i methodB of manufacture during 1;«te j yoara. Formerly it was made from : oleo, stearine, refined beef tallow, j To-day there are three distinct kinds -oleo margarine, made from animal f.us ; vegetable margarine, inade from nuts, mostly eo^oanuls ; wild a mar garine made from a mixture of these two varieties. Doctors differ aH to the food values of margarine. The medical superin tendent told the Bermondsey guar dians a few months ago that he could not make a similar report as to mar garine as ho did when the alteration in the dietary of butter to margarirto was made in V908, as, in his opinion, the constituents of margarine li.ii! j changed since that time, and its co...

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

Market Reports. DR'lUIN MARKET. Geo. V. Stephen reports having held his weekly sale at the Drouin yardi on Tuesday, when thero wa» an average yardintr of pigs which sold well up to late rates; a medium yard ing of store catlle, which sold at quite the highest rates ; also a large yard ing of poultry and sundries at market rateB. I quote sales as follows : Pigs-Suckers, 9s fid, lis, 12s to 15s ; slip", 17s to 19s ; stores, 26s 6d, 36s 6d to 38s ; no fat pigs yarded. Cattle-Dairy cows backward and in low condition £4 to £4 2s ; beefy cows empty, 91s to 98s ; poddy heifers, 26s ; old cows at 25s. A largo number ot poultry at from 2s a pair for chicks ; to 4s 5d a pair for good helis ; potatoes to 4s 6d a bag. I also report having held a success ful clearing sale on behalf of Mr J. W. Holder, to a very large attend ance of buyers, the whole of his farm implements, cows, horses and ponies being disposed of at very satisfactory prices. I also have to report that I have sold since last rep...

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

THE BEST IN THE WORLD T. BARNETT, Tl&SRfllTH & PLUMBER, ilJAIiV S'l'KKMT, I>KOII1 (Opposite Pease's More.) Local Agent for "Gain.1" Milking Machines, "Tangyno" Kerosene Oil & Benzine Engines, The Wolseley Hand-Power, Belt Driven, Steam Turbine Plants, and Separator Oil. Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Company. A&ent for THE GKAETZIN", the best parlor Lamp iuvonted. Call and see for yourself. Complete house lamp, cost £3 3s; outside lamp, a much more powerful lamp, cost ±'3; also Buggy Lamp* J. MCDONALD, Builder t Contractor, Corner Smith a-id Victoria Streets. All Clusse.'' 1 Building Material Slocked - SOFTWOOD, RKIGKS, LIME, CEMliNP. PAINTS, OILS, I HON, ETC. BATIIS AND TANKS MADE TO OUDHK. WATER LAID uN. HEADSTONES. K > I LINGS, AND FENGliS ERECTED. PLANS FOR YOUR HOUSE PRE PARED. Trial Solicited. The Best Values in Manchester Goods are at HENDERSON'S. IThat is a fact which needs no proving-it is as patent as day light. There s no Department o...

Popular Science. LATEST DEVELOPMENT. SIR OLIVER LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

Popular Science. l.ATUST IlKVF.r.OrMF.NTS. Sin OLIVER LOOCK. Sir Oliver J odgo }jiub attained the di.stinguished position hi; occupies in the scientific world in th* teee of circumstances by no means favour able. From 1*1 to he was en gaged in business-. And all his early I studies were accomplish**1, in his lei j sure hours. Xow he is principal : of i he t:niwrsity ot Birmingham, I and one of the greatest of living 'authorities on eleetricitv, mochan , ies, and kindred matters. MAN'S TW<> MKMoIUKS. Monsignor Benson in the course of a recent lecture at Caxton Hall. London, expounded the theory oj men having two minds-an objective consciousness and a subjects e con sciousness. These I *o memories might be compared wilh at: tipper and a lower room respivliel> , con nected by n trap door. 1'reams were the workings of the subjectiv'e conscience. uncontrolled by tie* cri ticism and reason of the object i\e conscience. j.Hjinj) .mi; wkkki<;kuation. ! »»>veln...

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

First Come, First Served. Jx>rd Charlejj Berosford once lander! hurriedly at Sim 1'rancisco, or ?omo other port in (he State*, cm! wa.s at once naked to dinner, within un hour or two, by n. deputation of prominent, men, tvho would take no denial. Ilo appeared rvt the banquet in morning dross, his hosts nil being correctly attired, and commenced the speech of the evening' b,v apologis ing; profusely for his apparent Inelc of j;ood manners is; thus appearing before I hem improperly dressed, but sai.l he would take leave to explain. He had confided his difficulty, ho said, in being at the eleventh hour without evening clothes, to tho ho tel maungor, who told him thnt, the mutter was quite easy, and that he ha.l only to start a r""° T ; and call in at Messrs. S°-f5d;;\.C.; PC, If Something Avenue, ou St reel, whore lie would bo rigsofl 011 in no time. To his dismay, however, the s 01 keeper expressed his regret and in ability »«. comply with his request, and said : "The fact, is, sn ...

Banana Wisdom. MANY USEFUI HINTS REGARDING AN EVERYPAY COMMODITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

Banana Wisdom. MANY USEFUI. HINTS IIF.CJARD I.NX; AN EVEIiYl'AV COM MODITY. r wonder if it is brvauso hamuias nrr choap. }ike the homely hrrring, Ui.jI people do not realise all the possibilit ies in thoni. l!an;mas have no ilcnwb.'ifks, Thf»y are nourishing. th«y are fattening for children, t hoy are digestible. lYrhaps thov are unpopular in the kitchen because they are nod, under stood. The host way of converting cooks is to toll them what. the banana ci\!i do. Here art? a few rocipcs : SIT AM STRAW li KRKIES. Tnk»- half a do/on Mi.n/uia.9 and rna.sh th<-m to a pulp. Kwp 'on mashing and nddiug r» lit tK' cantor sugar unjil the t'ruit is hh^ clot ted cream, and quite smooth. with out a lamp remaininii. Th«*n .i«id a \ a) ilospi . onf-il of straw! "Try jam and whisk tiiis ail up t npc' her. Buy t wopenny worth of cream and whip it stiff. I'" you happen to have a spare white of nil eg*' '"ft dv.m- from a cuke. it is a ,u'Om( plan fn whin f he » o 3^ and th'- ifam log»»ther...

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

Hottentots and Other people. "3tf you cunriot reply to tbis you. will go (Iowa, down, down in tba estimation," is the gentlo threat of a Cuuadiau correspondent signing herself A. B. Ti»n sho bursts out into tho following : 'If a ITotfccnLot tanghl a Hottentot t ot To talk ore the tot could totter Ought the Hottentot tot. To be taught to say 'aught/ Or ' naught ' to what ought to (aught her ? 'Jf to hoot and to toot a Hottentot tot Ik> taught by a Hottentot toot-cr. Should the tooter got hot Jf the Hottentot Lot I-Toot and tool at the Hottentot tooter ?" Should a mischievous mias miss her sight in a mist On the sea, will she miss the ship's master jUorn than she will be missed In the twisting mist's twist Itj' the man in the misty disaster? " Will the miss in the mist mis3 tho tiirvti goifigf past ? Will the mystified man try to kins her ? U the mail rni.se the mast. Must. the must mastor master ..vn<l miss hor ? "It. i* unite original," declared Hip A.I'.K. } assured h...

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

Warragul Shire Council. MONTHLY MKETING. Tim usual monthly -meeting of the Warragnl S11iCouncil iviu held . m Friday las!, when there, were present Councillors Smyth (I'r-si dent). McNeil, Von -Horn. Cope land. Divine, Arnold, 1'avnler, Dor i ell.' Correspoiulence. Secretary. Ruin Ruin School Com iiiir.ee. nsk'iug that a layer of gravel In; spread from railway crossing to t.lui school gatw as it is in a had condition..-Work to'be done. V. .1. Crowley, re electrical l:ghf ing for Warragul, staling ho would make a report, to Council for L2:>. -Hotei-red to Cen'ral Hiding Coun cillors for report. Hon. .1. I". Mackey, M.L.A., re deputation re transfer of grant from Hear Creek to other roads.-Tle (.?.oived. Country Roads Hoard, slating that l,10i), hit), L8~> had been passed for payment on account, of works under the Board.-Heceived. Department, of I'uh'ic. Works, ap proving of specifications, etc., for Grant works, but it is considered that the tenders are too high. At tended to. ...

Country Telephone Services. DISCUSSION IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 15 May 1914

Country Tele phone Services. DISCUSSION IN FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. (BY C. E. I-I.) One of the most important it Mfrs discussed in the Comraon w -I'h Parliament towards the ei ' : f litst. s- ssion was the ques f' providing ureater facilities for telephone service throughout the country districts of the Comtiou wealth. r Bennett, memlier forGipps . land, Victoria, stated in the House of Representatives-"There is no doubt the telephone facilities are m >rn necessary in rural areas than they are in cities. In the j G r'sland district there are many | places which are separated from ct- i t s liv distances of thirty and forty miles. If an accident happens, or illness comes, patients h rvn of^en to he taken twenty miles to get attention. I have known valuable lives lost for want of telephone communication. In many cases men who meet with accidents have to be im mediately carried in the direction Of tho n»aro,t .i.o.lict.l «<WiTr. someono ruling on ViorBooacVw to tell the doctor...

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

JUSASCE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district news cniiies but feldom. This is nut ilie fault of the Editor, fur ho has no miraculous powor of knorring what is happening in nil the ploces in tlic area »f circulation. It is the fault of resid ent* in tin? silent plnce.-». Will smith roan or \r '11)011 take the matter ..n hand and cause the silence to con*e ? It no «ne else ii* doing it for your district, will YOU try on ihese lines? Send accounts of public and social ev<'ii11» in your towtifhip or neighb >r li 1 d, Mich a- weddings, d«ath*, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Do not b.ither about grammar or Fpelliug , it is the Editoi'n wort t3 look after these trifles. The barest skeleton it enough. Write ou one sido of the paper only. Gi-re information, but let criticism >1 me. Write your name in aorue corner not for printing, but to proro good faith.

FOUL BREATH. MISFORTUNE FOR MAN OR WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

FOUL BREATH. -.MisFORTUNE FOR >fAI» OR WOMAN. I Tlie old saying that "D^lants 'ends cnchnntmout" was never un.re aplly to tlie p iint than ,rben applied to tlio=e pi ople whose breath is loden with e»il emelling nnd offensive odours. Many persons appear most attrantive at a dis inncr, but produce a feeling of pity and disgust when close to, because of the c ndition of ihoir breuih. -Forinslanco it make: little difference how boautiful a woman m .y be or b"w charming her manner, if her breath is foul ; herulmrm is !»h|ip, and rliu is at * disadvantage whenever alio cmes in coritaet vritli other per pie. F,"il breath in woman aron?"3 in man a fooling uf repugnance and a dcflire to get out of the c> mpany of such * woman a« quickly as p >.<sible; and ei'eo women will avoid her. It is therefore, important for every woman wh.. riliies her personal attraction t>> take such care of heriel' that this un pleasant and unnecessary complaint i> avoided or collected....

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange, i 1 Stophon, G. V. 2 Win'ers, J. J. 3 O"lquiiouii. C. ?1 iU-rtuii, XV. £1, 5 Bu'U'r Erctory G Hayes' Family Hotel 1 Cas«y, D. 1'. S llendorHOH, A. H. 9 Punss mid Sons 10 ^-imilton, lyirilnnr Road H Backliousu, Skii.iU'r and Hamilton 12 Sliiro Hall, Drouin (W. Young, secretary) 13 Fuhrmum, W C. C unuiunication may bu had with the olio wing placoe : Melbourne Is L'mi>«»rry 2d G*.iiuld 2d Pakuiihuin 4il Narrown'ron Gd D.ttidi'iions; 8d Traralg'in 8i Yarragou 2d ,S:ra'ford Is 4d Morwoll G1 Tliorpdalo Cd Wslhalla Rok.-by Buln Huln Nuorim Niicrim Stii Nuurim N. Upprr Moondnrra Cnillvilld Barra j;".» Warraeul Id Bunyip 2d Nairiargoon 3d Pakunhsm E 4d 8d 2d 2d 4d 4d Cd 8d tid 4d id Bornicit Oakloifih Trafalgar Moo Salo Toormibbio It mcdalo lioolarra Jindivick MaflVa N««rim East 3d Nei'rim Junc.4d Cflijor 4d Nariamn Od B'tirnsdale la lOd Lindanoir Is 4d Kilma 2d

WHY ACID STOMACHS ARE DANGEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

WHY ACID STOMACHS AKE DANUEHOUS. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS. Mny: Acid in the stomach i- dangerous and frequently Fiitul, because ncid from its ( ciTT'isivp! nature has 11 natural tendency | to rJeMroy the mucous lining of the Jtmirich itself. No one intentionally -ir.illows liydr.'chl iric acid, but it is "fion present in lurgfl quantities us tlio revolt. of fnt'd formentation in the "tmiini'h resulting from the chemical action, which .Lo frequomly follows tha eating of lie daintiest and ill isi ta-ty Imida or the indulgence ia any form of ulc .luilic stimulants, including beer, wine, liqueurs, etc, This fermontation ense* pain, uneasiness and discomfort because of ilie ncid which burns like h roil-!iot iron, and tlio formation of gas which d'atonda the stomach, causing -li irtness ill b'eniii and palpitation of the heart. The trouble being entirely due to the unnatural condition of stomach content?, and not in any way to die fault of the stomach itself, physician.-* have adopted with mirv...

THE GOOSE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

THE GOOSE KING. There is plenty of money to be marlo from goose-fnrming If you liavo enough capital to commence the business nnrl sulISeicnt patience to conduct It properly, T'robnbly the biggest goose-farmer nlivc-the Goose King, we might cnll him-is a -resident of IllinoiB, U.S.A., who discovered thnt breed ing and fattening these birds was more profitable " tluin owning a pri vate bank. lie is a banker by profession. Ten thousand is tho average number of birds at the farm, which has its own gooso hospital and gander prison. Birds that neglect to conduct themselves in a becom ing manner are promptly incarcer ated in prison, a separate cell for each wrong-doer. - Should a bird break its wing or meet with other misfortune, it is hurried to the hos pital, w'here surgical attention is given. "The Goose King" mal.es his greatest profit by fattening tho birds ; breeding them in such a slow process. He buys them, young ami hazard, from nil parts of America, and generally dears half a cro...

WILL LAST FOR CENTURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

I WILL LAST FOR CENTURIES. From time to time discussions aris< it to the probablo duration of our coa. mpply. Questioned on the .ubject recently. . n export gave it- his opinion tlwf at lhc» present rule of consumption h . iuld Inst nt loast 3.r>0 voarn .; ".'.'.wil TZ^r-' however, it i» r<igard>xl n» probnbK that" mining r;iI> he carritxl on at a Limsidcrably loner depth, this period mn.v Ho much extended. Apart from this, however, the mthority pointed out that ns tim< iocs on we ihnll grow far more econo mical in our une of conl thnn at pre sent. as discoveries are being made and itilised in the diiection of obtaining :ho maximum of heat from the fuel. In this connection he reforred to th« onormous wait® of heat that takes "dace in the cane of the ordinary do n.'-stie prate, which in course of tim" vill inevitably give place to morf cientific contrivance, thus addinii troatly to the time the coal will lagt.

A Wireless ftight Mirror. TO MAKE THE SEAS SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

fl Wireless ftight Mirror. TO MAKE TII10 SEAS SAFE. A remarkable invention pregnant wiUt useful possibilities in the wire less lnn^-distani.'U liiirror. Its Pm'" j pose, in brief, is to convey an ; image in-tlio snino manner that , .sounds are now communicated. It is a radical improvement on the old-time camera obscura, a slrue tiiro in which the real image of an. object is projected upon n white table or other plane surface. Not only does the new apparatus reflect .... ' _ nil niiiwts located and on a mirror an uujau nil happenings occurring within a much greater area than the camera obscura, but it operates at night. .fust how the timchinc works has not yet been revealed, but the nut chine is known to consist of n well of wires attached to a tall mast., and it is this web of wires which receives tlio impressions and pro jects them on to Uio mirror located at the base -of the mast. The principal valuo of the new apparatus will bo in its applica tion to ships. It Is expected to prev...

HAPPY INSTINCT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

HAPPY INSTINCT. '* Not long ft certain farmer, veil known for bin violent temper, «ued a lucal horse dealer in the county rourt. lie had bought n horse, which th* Senior had guarantor! to bo " quiet io ride and drive." and ho now sought to recover the amount paid for the animal. In Htnting bin case, Farmer Hotbead lost his temper more than once, and bad to bo frequently admonished b> the judge. One of the witnesses fir the defence 1 former owner of the hor«so in que-* .ion. doclurcl that the animal wm " absolutely without vice." " As against that," observed th< jndgo, %i Farmer Hothead assorts that the animal is vicious-that it ran uwjiv, and sinauhcd his trap to splin ter* " tl Well," Mid the vritric.is*, "1 vouMn't have believed that lie would ha*e run away from anvhody, huf after what* I've peen of the plninfri*5 ?.o-day I think it likely he did rn> *\vnv-and 'anc mo if I can blame tin 'oss! It wasn't vioe, though; U wiu i hnppy instinct I" T1** majority of manki...

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