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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. The Gippslar.d and Northern Co mparative Selling; (o, Ltreport under date of lam January : - Butter-Owing to the strong dr ill U!<1 from West and South Australia the market this week has been firm at unaltered rates. it is a])parent thnt extra butler wili have to be diverted from export to meet the extra demand. Wequote :-Choicest choice !J|J, good to prime | 10-%'d to Ud. seconds 10d to lOj-'^d, ! Separators I'd to Slid, dairie* TJ jd to Sd. C'loesc-Market remains unchang ed, prime new loaf and medium sizes 5]d to 5Ud, femimatnred <\V<d to 7d, matured 8d to 8l$d. Egg*-The disposal of storekeepers lots this week is difficult. Sales havo heon made at "Ijd to 8d per dozen for this class, selected 9d to 10d, new laid 10.^1, duck lOd to llUd. Bacon-Market unchanged. Prime light sides M to lOd, medium and heavy weights lower, middles 10Ud to lid, hams loose Is, bugged Ik Id to Is 2d per lb. Lard- Market dull. Hulk GJd, packet 7d to TJd....

MAN AND HIS STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

MAN AND HIS STOMACH. It is not an uncommon thing to h«»t a man or woman say-4< There is some iiing the matter with my stomach. i'lu'v never stop to think whether thcj : hemselveK are not at fault., instead o) | iu» stomach. It is so easy to blame th< , lomach. Jt can't say anything back j i{|/1 tho fl'Uth of fJ>«» niwlt^r N th« . (omach is Jill ri^ht. Nothing tho.mut tor with it at all. It is what is put | uto tho ntomnch that is causing th« i rouble. The stomach knows when if receives something that will bo injuri j .us to the body, cr when it lias bcei . . v 01loaded, and it protasis against tin j ndigestihle article or tho surplurj . mount of food. ! It is acting as a friend and wilding j <»ut a warning against, this abuse. Bui I ustoad ot being grateful to tho stom j < J» and having off the indige.stihh I "od and tho big dinnerR, tho man 01 j . lit* woman continues to load it will j ;>iV and cake, pickles and sauces, porl- ( .uid...

A THRILLING ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

A TIlJiri.LfA'fi ADVENTUitE. i I »vas once a clerk in a powdcj nagazino in South America (writes J .ontributor). The magazine was, foi .afoty, situated in the centre of a witli daiu far from any dwellings. A natu ;tlis-t iriemi was showing me sunn peoimous of beetles, when he dropped lie case in which they were confined .ml, in Jiis hurry to recover the in ects, he also dropped some Ioosh Hatches from his pocket nt tho sanu inie. More Hurried than ever, ho ao -Mentally stopped upon a match, ignit ng it and the cotton wool which lined us insect case. One of tho specimens * llyin^-hcetle, immediately flew awaj mvards the magazine, and, to my con >U?ruatton, I saw it creep into tho ven ditor with a pieco of blazing cotton .vooi sticking to it. 1 was about to rush to tho magazine, .vhen tho-e was an awful explosion i nd ivhen 1 recovered my senses in th< .lospital three days later, I learned :hnt tho explosion had killed my natu ralist friend outright, and set firot* be " ...

SUBMARINE EXPLORATION. 1.[?]TEST ADVANCE IN THE DIVER'S ART. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

SUBMARINE EXPLORA TION. I.ATKST Ai>VA\"CK IX rill PIVKK'S .VIST. Only in <piite recent limes has tin* diver's it it made any real pro gress by the invention of special (livers' suits. alTordintf uir-ti^hl protection fr**i»v the water, nnti snp plvin^ the man, through a length of hose eoinmunic;it iin; will) the surface, with the air required for brent hiittf. The latest advance, however, is u submarine sledge. for the descrip tjon of which we are indebted to the Iterlin correspondent of the "Scientific American." It has been desiirned and constructed by the in ventors of a splendid self-contained diving outfit. The slcitfje is intend-] e«l to be towed bv a motor bout.j and on which the diver glides com- I fortably to ami fro at the bottom! of the sea. steering his vehicle \er tically as vwU as laterally. ! The submarine sledge, which £f'eat- | ly increases the capacities of divers, j is intended to convey the man j rapidly from nne place to another. | e.tf.. in searchi...

A TRUE AUSTRALASIAN MAGAZINE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

HUE AUSTllAL ASIAN MAGAZINE. The February issue of "'Life" is the breeziest and most widely representa tive number of this popular Austra lasian magazine wo have seen. The frontispiece depicts a series of adven tures with a kangaroo on a wayback station in New South Wales ; a rail way president in a stirring sketch shows how the breakdown gang of a great railway system works ; Mr A. II. E. Mattinglev, the premier Nattire photographer of Australia, outlines in a succession of wonderful pen and camera-pictures the life-story of the penguin ; Mr Carlyle Smythe writes a vigorous article on Australia as a tiou of the Northern Territory. Of course. Or. Kitchett handles the political history ol Australia and New Zealand for the past month in his usual masterly fashion, liven the instalment of Jack London's serial story, "The Valley of the Moon," deals with the adventures of a couple who are seeking to find a. home on the land, and the lessons they learn in the search apply with equal force...

Proposed Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Proposed Railway. In the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, Mr Mackinnon moved that the constiuction ot a 5ft 3in gauge railway from Neerim South to Fooronga Kiver be re ferred to the Parliamentary Stand ing Committee nil Railways for consideration and report. The proposed line would be 14 miles long, and would pass through about 100,000 acres of volcanic land, which would grow heavy crops of maize, potatoes, onions, peas, and other vegetables. The State" forests in the Latrobe Valley which would he tapped had an extent of about 50,000 acres. The estimated cost of the line, not including land and roll ing slock, was £112,519. The annu.il working expenses w«re estimated at £3,^93, interest on capital cost £4,<S34, making a to'al annual cost of £8,527. The j annual revenue was estimated at! £3,'208, which, together with the j «timated profit from new traffic, i brought to existing railways, viz., , £4,449, gave a total revenue of j £7,657, or an annual loss at the ? beginni...

Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Church News. The Rev. B. T. Syer, the Incumbent Designate of Christ Church; Drouin, has written to the Rev. H.dePutron Hitcheock informing him that he is improving considerably in health and hopes by the end of his holiday to be in good order for work. ' f'ath"lic Church--Sunday, January 'ifi- i - Wftrra^ul \) uud 11, Veaj.i'rn i Cjiuhcii' or Knci ASi' - Sunday. 2"».h j Jan., Drouin 11 .'i.iii. and 7 pin, T.-! warry South - -15, {folluwod hy Annual i Gcnovnl Mrpling) fce\. II. do I'utron- \ Hitchcock, V.]") ; NVrijm South Junction li, Ncerim N K, 8. liuv. K. W. j Bradley. j MET*H<»?)IST C'HirHcH - Dmtlin 11 i and 7.30, IjOjj^w.iiiy Suulh llcv. 1>. j Crisp; Rutivip Sand 7 30, Mr (iiUemn : ; Garlirld 11/Mr TnzNc; Ncmni Sth 11. i Nrorim 7.E0. Mr llichiinls ; HnWby 11. \ Crossover I?, Nf-onm South 7..'.(), MtLVllins; ! Friday-Rokohy 8,Mr Collins. ! Pkksiiytkuias Citrn^H - Drouin U ! .lindivick 3, Drouin ^Wst 7.MO. Key. U K. i Hunt ; Drouin 7, Mr W. Vounq ; Norrim 1 Junctio...

WAURAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

WAURAGUL MARKET. Skuwi, Hunter aud (J<». report having held their usual weekly &ule at thru Warragul yarda on Thurad*y, 15th .Jan. kIiou there was u },>ou<l yiwdtn^ *11 louucf Baoon pigs worts in atroug demand sh»w iti<» ail advance of 10A p*r h\*ad on la*t wei'ka ratea ; alt cl^sae* <>f cattle «*r» in good demand, only inferior cloae up Bpringera were dull of 4*;o. Thvy quo»»» : \Piga -Suck*'ra 13h G*1 to 16*. ahpa UU tb"23i, fctoroa 27*, 31a 6d, 33a io 35a Gd, -pj»» k«ra 40s» 42a to 45$, l>act>m»ra 61«, .Ci^ ^SsO l, 70a, 73s to 82», tmckfuUora Mb. Sheep-Fat crossbred neihers 17» 3d, ditto Iambi 14i 3d. Cattle-F*t cnws £5 0t, £5 15*, £f> to £0 12b ; ditto btii!i-ck» £8 14s ; forward condition cows £4 5» io £4 IDh ; ditto atorf* (ofit) £3 lOrt to £3 Its, others from £3 to £3 5*, ng»*d and inferior lowvr ; milkt'fft and apungiTa (heat) £0 30ti £7 10s. ai'cond ditt'i from £5 10» to £0, c ihers from £5 ; apringina heife...

Market Reports. DROUIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Market Reports. DUOUIN MARKET. G. V. Stephen reports having held the following sales : In conjunction with Messrs Adam eon Strettle, I held my usual quarter ly horse sale on Monday. There was a good yarding ot 90 horses and about 50 per cent were sold. Prices continue low and in many cases owners' reserves were still far too high. We sold at the following prices :-Draughts £28, £30, £32 to £33; medium draughts £22, £23 10s, £24, £25 to £27 ; unbroKen draught colts and fillies £15, £15 10s to £19 ; Light hacks and bucgy sorts £11, £11 10s. £12 to £13 ; ponies from £2 10s, £13 to £15 ; yearling colts trom £5 5s to £8 ; old and low conditioned sorts from 30s, 40s, 60s. 70s to £5. On Tuesday I held "my weekly cattle market. There was a fair yard ing ef both cattle and pigs; the latter have dropped about 5s a head in sympathy with the Melbourne markets ; dairy cattle sold extremely well. One cow, belonging to Mr Monckhouse, of Warragul, topping the market at £8. [ quote sales as follows:...

The Claims of the Worker. A LIBERAL MEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

The Claims of the Worker. Lin 1511A 1, MKASliRK. The gratifying success ot Mr Watt and his eolloamies, tho end ing of little differences in the Liberal Party are, it is to be boned, I ho prehu; ? to earnest work in Parliament. One ol the urgent measures requiring immediate attention is the V* orkers' Com pensation BiU. To some extent it has always been recognised that the man who is disabled whilst about his work is entitled to compensation. Even when tho law was wholly unsatis factory, many wealthy employers and many wealthy companies treated those who were maimed wYilst about their work with generosity. But theie are some mean and many poor employes. The moan one will not pay if by any legal quibble he can escape liis liability ; the poor one can not pay, for lie is fighting hard for a bare livlihood. Tho moasuro submitted by the ",'I c.'v '.ai ifi.-i*'- c:vsos. It makes the insurance of employes com mtlsory. The small employer who has not £500 in the world, and who possibly could...

THE FARM. STOCKING AND OVERSTOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

THE FARM. I STOCKING AND OVICTtHTOCKINC. An experienced farmer wilt see Hint Iu'h ^rass paddocks are stocked will; jusi. the number of sheep or tlmf. will entail neither shortage. of feed fir waste of k'rass. Judicious j»ra/.lnj; can never l»*j t-aeomplished (Mi large wide ranged areas whorr HnjMish grasses arc sown, and t ho is a most nee»ssary adjunct. to successful and economic pasturing of stnek. A lnrtre area appropriately divided with, fences and the slm-:, rnt:i!<s| from <>ne paddock to an rh»r v. i J curv} quite fully half a.-; many h«\ad a::ain, if not more. The stock will, moreover, do better and he niurh healthier, add:m; very . tr..1nn' inUy to the sef.tlets' income. Movin;: tl'i"u from one paddock io andhor aw the /ceil is e,Tt»'!i down and ! iconics fou! rd with the dropping.; of Mi* anirn ils will ^'ive each pa id;.<.'«< a charier ?<> .ret. thoroughly n I cbam-I witIi rains, making Mie llnsh^of wholesome fee...

Drouin Sports. HANDICAPS. Local Tradesmen's Chop. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Drouin Sports. HANDICAPS. I,' c:t 1 TpuU-amiMi'.s Chop. R. .1. Syil. \Va 111.11, p.iilltor .1. A. Clul;, limii.r nvilii \. 1'" 'X, c .u'h Iniildcr II. I, ? mi n; il. 'Mrjtt'Utfr rj ,, C U ?!', it-, ois.' m.ker 12 ,, <mii), lull I'lirr 1-1 ,, U, Sui In'i !:uul, I'l.icki'tuith IS ,, l\ I' l.],H'k«iniih 18 ,, W. K. Ki: j, ilnv.T LT> ,, S i, ? w rriic", ..irpfiilor 25 ,, :>erntch In-hind 12 1 \ t Ki 1 hi'i T. Fiah,' C. W. St,.] ! Mil,' r.n y.U c.:. t;:. so no uiu no A. AnicrHiii T. K. liillly 1". Ilivin I,. V. Cully P. L. 1 leiult-raon 120 F. Keiyhoriy 1130 .). L. Fll^ernld 125 L. \V. Lyons 130 .1, lluulcr 130 L. K'.lu.rtft 130 T. A.Ccnryo I). Ki-i:.,.r«M II. Minul.y A. C. Steivart V C. Hill lt'.O ir.0 1(10 111.' ICS A. ClayUm 18;. l)atv 195 Ciiitimuri l'.if> (linker 200 Maw son 200 MAiki.r 200 Ooncordinu 205 1. Hurniatoil 20f> Tnmpalinn 210 Ayers 210 Underhand Chop. ]J Milu 80 yda 110 120 M0 150 100 mo 200 200 200 220 220 220 250 250 250 200 2fi0 2H0 300 :ioo :i0...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

TIIEY STIR IX THE LIYICU. NO HEME I.) Y AS POTENT AS 1)1!. MOUSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Tin- cli'uato of Au«triili& is such that the Liver get? "lit iif nrder quicker llmli any oilier iTfjnn i f the 11. <<!y, Wh n Use Liver dues got not i! uider the whole system is ami Constipa tion, lii'.ii-nsni's?, nnil St"nmeh Troubles iolh.w speedily. Dr. M. rse's Indian Root Pill* rctch the Livi r in a satis factory manner. Tliey open the clogged ducts, allowing the Bile to (low, which i^ essential in the digestion and a?FtiuiUtt<>i nf Intnl. C'listijiiitinii, 1j li ntn-St' inach Tr. nbles and Hck Headaches are the re.-uit (if Liver inactivity. and the remedy that "Stirs the Liver" will at once relieve these dis tressing complaints. ACCOUNTS.-The following ac counts are awaiting payment at Uio War rag til Receipt and Pay Office : 'J.W.Anderson, Bunyip Mechanics' Institute, J. Connelly, W. Holmes, W. 0. Kraft, F. Little. W. H. Morton, U. A. McCroroy, T. ...

Drowned at Shady Creek, A SAD FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Drowned at Shady Creek, A SAD FATALITY. All.ml ei:diloen months ;iy«i :i ymiiiij immigrant from tin- Old funnily, named Arllmr W lii 11 ? I. arrived in Australia. ; i; i < I llmr <is<n 11lis later was cn^a^i'l mi Ihe farm i>f Mr .1. 1 11.. nf S11a? iy ('r>-t?. Ill' Smlll I) t . .; i 'III' ; l ?!.-![>!( . 1 111 his in",'. >u.mi prove I liiiix -II sueli a imhi I » nr' it ami liii" i? I..ii? acter. Ihal 111' became uo| n;dy highly respected Iiv .Mr a. i. I .M ? : Eyre. lull a 'general I'a v i >ri 11 ? all rouiiil. Un I lie -.Msl !).-i-i-1111 n . i. in <?<>i111ialiy with a sua <>i |he fainilv ami annlher friend, lie unit In liathi' in the creek, ami m'tlini: inln a deep spot, was sri'ii In lir in ili'tirullv. I'liev i1111111? Iia'i.!y wenl In hi-; re lit-!', lull he ha 1 already sun!; U nralh I !ii' 111 la': i .. ami a I! I n > 11 L; 11 every effort iv;i; i:iaiU.- tu save him il was nf n11 avail, l...

Good Stories of Bench and Bar. SIHK OF FORENSIC LIFE THAT SELDOM SEES LIGHT. HAWKINS—GRANTLAM—DAY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Good Stories ot Bench and Bar. SIHK OF FM I v K X SI (' L.IFK [II A SI'.IJIOM KF.FS I.ICIIT. HAW K ISS - (ILL A Nil I AM- HA V Some n.-u and inter-sting (lutes of 111*' Iteihh and I'.ar a I'e con tained in ;t m-Ii.m-' published 3Ir. (!r:n it liiehanK which, edited and compiled by Mr. Arihui* 11. Kngelbach, is i>i« t.n -^I b\ M,-. I\ \ Smith, KM.I'. One reminiscence is m' the j.,i, Sir l- rank I .ockw ood, whose cros-*. e.vaminat ions used (o be such a <f.» light in the .Junior Har. It con cerns that famous counsel's lirst b'rief upon which he appeared fur an oMieial 1 iquidator of u company whosi consent hail to he obtained before the Court would pari with tin fund. Lockwood was instructed in consent, and Ins fee was to )>« throe guineas on the brief and one .'or consultat ion. The petition came in due coiicm before Kurd Komilly, and wa> made plain to him by counsel fui the petitioner. and still a lit 11* plainer by counsel tor the princi pal respondent. # Then u...

KEDGEREE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

KKln; KIMLK. i »o 11 'J owners watr-r until tend done Uhj r\ pm i anil add one eo Km snu\ll. :i liar |K'< I Jine, 1 nunc minred I'nrsley. nuiUc hot. in a uf nee hi suited ?r. This may be ntf bet'ore. Strnin uked haddock, bro d boiled rj^j, ehop i' of but ter, a little Mi* well, and sle\vi>uu.

QUICKER THAN MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

QUICKER THAN MEN. A woman's brain weighs on an aw. age five ounces less than that of a mai but in at least ono particular she ) mentally his superior. She is a f« more rapid thinker. The fact lias been made clear by . number of experiments comlncted wit subjects of both sexes. In some « the^e tests an ingenious machine wa employed, consisting of a pasteboar disc, with a hole in the centre, and : clock controlled by electricity, whir measured time to the thousandth par of a second. The person undergoing the tes watched the disc, in the centre o which, at intervals of a minute, a litt'« card apjxnired, dropping into view, am occupying the place where the hoi* was. In falling, it completed a circuit netting the clocjt going. The instarr. the observer caught sight of tlie can ho or she was required to touch a key which stopped the clock immediately thus ^registering the timo required fo perceiving the object. In theso and other experiments de signed to test rapidly of thought, it wa fou...

SIMPLE DISHES FOR TWO. BUTTERED EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

SI.MIM.K IHS1IKS KOI! TWO. f.i.n"I'Kui'.n I'XM.is. Snun' slirrs of loast'Ml L»i cr> * I v(niui }11I ?n,iv add. thai small toasters 1 «> li\ «ut tli-' i;as ring" urn to spoonfuls nT milk, Mill- and pnppt-r in t.jsi", I oijiicr of lniUm\ ltuttcr tlio t«»; i1 uliil«i liot, nntl korf> it- nn lu>(, ns possiMo. Moat the milk, add t ho liuttcr, ami stir in the and soasoninjr. Stir until the r'jr^K art' sot, nnd serve hoi on the Mkvs of toa^t.

BEWILDEKED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

BEWILDEKED. A oertnin member of the House * Lords, when trav«?Ilint» in Ireland, to« i fancy to n handsome Connanght Ia<. md outraged him as footman. " O'Brien," said his lordship to th« lew servant one morning. u see if you. "That. her ladyship is, your lordship, vas the ready reply of the unsophist mtod youth. "Sore Oi jist saw he ndyship go into the dhrawm'-room.'' "Yon misunderstand mo, O'Brien.' -aid his lurdsliin, Ktiilly; "go ;uid a-1. .*otir mistress if sljo is 'at home' to lay.'1 "Sure, now," muttered tho puz?.i> < ootnian, as ho obeyed. "if his Iord>h. lin't quare! "Why Oi saw her lady-dis; vith nty own eyes! And now Oi'vo go :o ask iior that same, and she's in th< ton^e ail the mime/' Then thrusting Ids head into tin Irawing-room. lie asked: Are you ;r iome, my lady?'1 "No, O'Brien, not to-dav," replie* is mistress, and the footman retire 'owly in utter bewilderment. '* \C*el!. well!" exclaimed nonplus«ei \it. "Whore does she think &...

SOME GOOD RECIPES. PALESTINE SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

SOME GOOD RECIPES. VAl.KS'l INK SOI' I'. You ri-tjuiir about pounds of rhVli(>K">;, 1 t r'.tcupf'il of turnip, Mitiill 11.i'i of cob-i-v, uhitf part »nty, I miinii, 1 lump of supn\ ,i!t, and a \»«ry littl" ca\i:nm\ ami ^tni'k \<> complot >:]y covri*. 'lit. all into a uip-paii. and boil Iow 1 for an hour; thou rub tho . 'U«'ta!'lrs through a si vvo or co* ati'l.-r ; rnturn (.. :ho satKfpmi, and ?oil ti [ . onro. .Inst. I't-fon.' taking i]> ;i. I< 1 I, pint <»f milk, and do not M.j] a'4ain. Si*rvf» with a dish if bread cut into dice.

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