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The Riddle of Scent. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

The Riddle of Scent. It has boon said that the modern ' man's ohief aim is in !m able to travel, to nowhere in particular at !+".% r.r.^/x/1 T»»oro io . o nrr»r»rl water, or through the air. Nature's methods are, as a ride, more leisurely. She lias .shown what, she can do in the iMsn of certain birds which will always re main the despair of the airman, but so far" nfi most. of her offspring nrc concernc 1 she fa\ours endur ance rather than speed. It is true that many animals can move like the Yankee's greased lightning, hut \ery few of thorn can keep it up | for long. A hare can travel at j great speed »por « while, especially ! uphill, hut left to herself she would ' never dream of doing so, preferring I to Ion along quite slowly. Why hurry" when all time is yours ! IJadly hustled, tin; hare's one idea is to out-pace her enemies by a burst ! of speed, and then hide, a plan j which would answer perfectly in | most cases, but which is of little j use. <m a good scenting da...

CHARACTER TRAINING IN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

CUAJtACTEH TRAINING CHILDHEN. | ..Tlh" .r.1.'."y?.""T" It is therefore of the first importance j that care slu-uld L>e taken in the forma ; tiun of the character of the child. It i should not be left to accident or j chance. The eight or ten rears during , which children are at school not onlj J provides the opportunity for impart in<; knowledge, but for inculcating thoxo habits of self-restraint, conscien tiousness, fidelity, honour and kind ness which are needful alike for indi vidual self-restraint and for national wcll-boina.

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

A STIUNGB CA.S1J. | It is doubtful whether thorn ever was ft mysterious disappearance which created quite so tremendous n sensation its was aroused by that of Elizabeth Canning, who disap peared from home on Xcw Year's Pay, 3572. She was either one fl[ the most foramen of liars, or one d the most unfortunate of women. Elizabeth, being a general servant, had been given a holiday, and set out from her mother's home in Al dermanbury, dressed in her best, to pay a visit to relatives. She diil not reach her destination however, but disappeared mysteriously. Days lengthened into weeks, but no trace of Her " could be found. She was ad elics. On January -29, however, she was found at her mother's door, blood ing, emaciated, and in riigs. She told a story which stirred the whole country, of how she had been attacked by two men, who robbed her, and bore her olY to nn attic, where she was imprisoned, and be cause she would not live an immoral life was left to starve. The autho rities suspected...

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

PRACTICAL PROOF. I A young collier with litorary aipirn, I inns courted a buxom mill lass, who . refilled for a lung time to believe that he »vuk really in earnest. Hut OIK morning she turned up at the mill with * smiling f*oo, awl surprised her f: 'nd* oy proudly announcing her engagement "Then you're go-n' to risk it, Sni. klthon^h you believe that he'll grov tired of you some day," remarked on* DI her companions at- the loom. .' There's no risk about it,1' the pi-! xTeiicly ariM^eivd. "I know ho low Mie !iow... .l didu't believe him when h -aid he'd go through fire an' wator for .no, or nalk over hot plough-shares, o» throw- hi*6clf under the feet of wild , bosses, 'cos 1 knew he'd got all that inrt of rubbish out of a book. But I tvhon he dropped talkin' poetry, an' Raid ! he'd sell his dog and buy a Sunday hat wi' t'money if I'd only walk out wi* him, I knew ho meant busincus."

PIOUS AND COURACEOUS GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

J'lOHS AN[I COl'itA'.HailiS a ioxkj; A l. Charley Ceorge Gordon, who died on Jaiiunry 2(>, 1885, two days be fore his fifty-second birthday, had -been through more than almost nny _ui >ier - Jlrijti'-//i V-V'r /"J"' iiV^ra veil the same marvellous qualities. Deep ly .religious, he was a constant stu dent of the Bible, and to him the highest course of conduct was the obly one possible. lie was present at the tubing of the Uedan during the Crimean War, and a few years later was sent to China, where he took a prominent part in putting an etui to the civil war which had broken out there, owing to the appearance of a "heavenly leader," who led what was known as the Taipiag KebeJlion. In helping to put an end to this Cordon went about, even in battle, with no weapon but a light cane, for he never felt any fear of death, and his followers believed that he bore a charmed life. 11 is power, indeed, was most clearly dis played when leading men of alien "race, and no European has ever ha...

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

MAILS AND MEN. In the annals of the road, the varied record 01" the picturesipic ro mance and prosaic realities of the good "Id coaching days, nn im portant page irf occupied by the Croat. Snowstorm of February 1. ".C,j.y" m.KanlV of tin? CJeneral Post Oflice, in parti cular. difficulties ami dangers bail to be faced in discharge of para mount duties, and in at least one case devotion was carried even to deat li. Of this a memorial exists ia Mof fat Churchyard, where there is a monument, erected by subscription, over the graves of John Ooodfel low and .lames MacCJeorge, conch man and guard of the IMnnfriOo and Kdinburgh mail, who perished in the snow on that tempestuous night, when their coach was snowed ftp near Moffat." Determined to per form their duty . at any hazard, (Joodfellow and Mactleorge saddled horses, (lung on the bags, and went alone; but a few minutes' strenu ous endeavour convinced them that progress on horseback was impossi ble, and, shouldering the bags, they battl...

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

BULN I! U L N . The members of th» B11I11 Buln Cricket Club were tendered a social evening in the hall on Thursday, 7th inst, by Mr Gay, the Presic cut of the OhiK to commemorata 111«^^oJi« AHsooiation premiership. Tho hull was tastefully decorated with ferns, relieved with the Club colors-blue and white. There was a largo gather ing, including members from the compiting clubs. The evening was devoted to daneing, for which the music w.»s supplied by Messrs P. Hawkins, B. Sharp and L. Murray. During an intorval, the trophies were presented. L|7or the best batting average, Mr A. Brown (Tarngo Club) received a pretty gold medal, and Mr M. Brown (Tarago Club) received for the highest bowling average a bat. (donated by Mr M. Butler). The recipients suitably responded. Supper was then served, after which a hearty vote of thanks was accursed the President (Mr Gay) for his kindness in eiitettainiiiK the cluh members that evening, on the motion ot Messrs Iiandloy and J. \V. Hawkins. Members ...

PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. BOURBAKI'S DISASTROUS DEFEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

PE?S PiCTURES OF THE PAST. JWUUHAKl'S DISASTROUS 1>E one of the rules of war U that, when a defeated »T.y 18 ti neutral frontier it m«st la\ , , ? IS arms ere it penetrates in t peaceful country. One of the few modern instances of 'his 'n^' national convention was the relT» ui .Uourbaki's army "J Kraiico-rrusKian War, the 'T,L moil, numbering 80,000, bclnR <lr veu into Switzerland by «»1 »f 1'iintarlier. * The French, desperate at cicicui, were ] on ill to lay down their w,fta" pons, aiul all niptUt long tho Swiss soldiers Uirned back armed strag glers and scattered detachments. Oil the morning of Feb. 1, 1971, Major do Stoci-.alpcr, a six-foot Swiss in* herculean strength, took his company to Hie entry of the snow clad pass. The French troops approached, hesitating, hopeless, and desperate. Iirawiug his sworil, tho giant thundered, "Hight ! l.el't 1 Iiiihiicl-le bells ! Disarm!" IIU drtermined attitude avoided all dis cussion and . dispute. liilles am! il heap by long...

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

]) li O U I N SO U T II. Despite tin; inclement weather on Thursday evening hist there was a gathering of between 30 and 40 per sons present at tho residence of Mr and Mrs T. Dixon, when opportunity was taken of saying farewell to Mr Norman Cheetham, on his departure for West Australia, where ho intends to reside. Dancing and games were indulged in, and during the evening Mr T. Dixon, on behalf of the guest's many friends, presented the popular Nornan with a kit bag bearing an inscription on the plate. In linking the presentation, Mr Dixon expressed regret at the doparture of the young man, who was a general favorite, and had been n useful member of the Longwarry South Cricket and Foot ball Clubs. His many fri.'mls wished him success in the West, and assured him of a hearty welcome should he at any time return to tho district. The recipient briefly responded. .Supper was provided by the ladies, and the evening was most enjoyable. Mr Cheetham left here on Saturday fur Melbourne, and ...

M[?]KING MACHINE TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

MI I.KING MACHINf TESTS. periment station at viem »«i - i ' extendisl tests of the efiinVney nf the milking machine compared with hand milking 1 and finds thai it does not measura'dy influence the y i el, 1 nf miis. That is. cows in the st itirn herd milked alternately f>y han I and by th'' machine in 71 fail lactation periods showt-d no muff fluctuation in iield tine to the method of milking than would naturally oecur from year to year in a herd milked continuous ly by hand. Ah the station lias already proved tlmt clean milk can he produced by the machine if simple precautions are ob served, the use or non use of th<* machine would seem to be merely an economic question whose factors are Cost of installation ami up-keen, availability and cost of labour, si-/,»> of herd and general convenient*?. The bulletin does not discuss mativ of these factors, i.ut. jives some car fully collected data r^irdini: the time necessary in milking by the two methods. h::ures which sho...

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

P 0 0 W 0 N (.; E A S 'J'. Tin: dance in aid of the Longwarry East Football Club which was to have been held in the hall last Wednesday, 13ih hist, was in definitely postponed on account of the wet night. The secretary of the Mountain ... .. , i.-iHulo lias 1 celled ?' ttrnnt, of over £4 for the library. A dance in aid of tlio nail is to be held 011 Juno 10th.

THE DAIRY EXPERIMENTS WITH CREAM SEPARATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

THE D A 1 R Y f x EX I' 1'. 1! IMI'.NT S WITH CRKAM SKPARATOUS. The irenrral opinions held vrith re Eard to speed und tempcrr.ture dur ing tin* employment of separators have been put to tost ut the. K:;pcri mental Station of the University of Missouri. The. experiment s showed higher the speed the less is the amount of fat remaining h the skim med mil*. It. is further dcrl nvd that.. run trary to j^-turai belief, a r <l;iction in the temperature of tlio mi!!: oc casions a hither proportion of skim med milk and ;i small amount of cream with a bicher porrrntage of fat. The effect is said to hp still fur ther emphasised when the separator i? adjusted to deliver cream with a high fat content. A third conclusion which the in vestigators adduced wok that the amonnt. of fat in crcani varies in di rect proportion to the composition of the milk. The ratio of crenn to skimmed milk is not influenced by a variation in the richness of the mitk separated. ! A fourth deduction was that ...

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

Flax Growing. Writing on manuring, Dr. Vargas Eyre (reporting to the Development Commissioners, Grout Britain) re marks that flax has been clearly shown to bo a potash feeding plant, requiring a good supply of this food material tor its rapid assimilation. An analysis of the straw shows that potash and lime are its chief mineral constituents, a fact which partly ex plains why 'this crop glows so much better on the new "Polder" land in Holland than it does on the old, there being more lime and potash in the .soil recently reclaimed from the sea. Nitrates iire sometimes useful in bringing along a backward crop, but great ;are has to be exercised in their use, bt-cause of a tendency to cause weakness in the fibre and a weak crop gem-rally. Besides causing un evenness, stable manure is universal ly condemned, because it induces a large,growth of foliage and woody material without any equivalent in crease of fibre; it is also stated 011 good authority that the fibre borne by such plants,...

THE POULTRY FARM. SOME USEFUL HINTS. FOOD FOR LAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

THE POULTRY FARIYI. ROMK rSKFl'L HINT FOOD FOR I,AY1MJS Mi. P. S. Thompson who conducts the HmvUeslniry cs?-layius competi tions, says thnt. rut-up liver used to be fed to the fowls at different t.ime^ of the d:iy,' nn.l by itself, in the earl ioi compel it.ions. It. 1ms now been found t h:U hv mincinc the liver into .' tine riH'-il it can c-jsily ho mixed with tlu* morning ma«h. In this form it adds a /.est to the food tliat. tho !kmis j;r,Mt!y ;ji»|»rvOiatp. Mr. Tiininjison ml.lss that t.br ]av im; trstfj lijivo <lrmonstrut rd tlio ai>- I Holutft nrro.^ltv oT furniphint; grcon * f"ml- nml till Iwt Of this i-.' "n- ! ! Jji selecting a brooder, pre'erenru nhonld lip ^Ivpii In those makes that provide tbrre compartment*. though f I:o t'.vn-oiim|Mrlnwnl type provrs successful during the latter part of the season. After U"=in£ practically every form of in<1 ivi>!::nI outdoor brooder. I have com" to the conrl'i sion that. llierc is very little to choose bei'....

Football. OROUIN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V LONGWARRY EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

Football. OROUIN FUOrUAMj ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V LONOWAKHY EAST. Lonprwarry East visited Drouin on Saturday afternoon and were de feated., by 70 points. There vraa a £ood attendance of supporters of both teams. ,T. Hog[*an acted as Central Umpire in an impartial manner* The scores weru : - Int ({'MffRr Unmi'.i 'i 2 ttohinds L 'M^w.iiry Khi I lioliind 2nd <pi;irtGr I)r<>u;n G 2 beh:»d» j Lon^rrarry E-ist nil 3 3rd quarter Drouin 2 gn*U 1 behind L'm^trarry ICiat 1 jjo.V. 3 behinda .i0\ ijutrtur D-otiin 2 \ in'hinda L »ii^w.irry E-nt 1 no 1 1 behind Z:. I4 mil-D tuiin t3 9 hbd* (87 p'»), L-miriTiirry Rist 2 ^Ih 5 Mids (17 pis).

ROMANTIC MARRIAGES—T[?] FAILURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

KU.M ANTIC MAKK1AGES FAILLTJS. 1'bere ure to° "m"y J'ounE 'ho allow their hearts to run uwn. . an tiicir heads in a love alhiir. man and woman hardly utn ' iieir*ti>t'n.s are attracted towards eat ncf. 'n»y b"1 . luvfc Their parents con.-n.ei. on ti .Her iiand. that they are u, , v<»n . know tiieir own minds. rclm-e -I" nn nl, ami »<lv.ie the younn peo|,lo ,,i a.vhiifc. Ul colli--e, tl.o la.ier i .din ely consider ilmi tliey are DIM ,in>liy dealt -villi. and treated 1. ..iuteii. and determine that iliey w , .lC hanlKed in tiuir ileMre to >4 ila.iy i-'irls ?>:« meli,.ed to ,sii i>;>n»nial fnciulli»i»>s not niuJ"1 ,f. <*t tin the luipuine-ss of iiuinu'd lib* a Kr...t TIhmo mi.; . tV . j tiji*.* »«1-fcsi luno an»i MCKMOS a Mimll.-I : ll^l|. and advice woul. v.- ii.wiluabie. And the wife wh. " e I on that help is apt to fc. !"u"r of loneliness and .sola would be a lorry world if »l ..innce were dead, but unless tb* . Malice is lemper...

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

Stews, Hunter and Co. 9 STOCK FARM, UK. & FINANCIAL AGENTS AUCTION SALKS AT WARRAGIM.-KVKUV THURSDAY, of Cattle, Sli c|> mi " l'ig-. \Y AlillAGU1-Kvt-ij SBOOND TI1URS X}AV, of Fa l I'/gs. (i)e.it Rujcrs Attend.) WARITAGUL - Ql," AU L'EKLY, Hora Sale, ' I BUN'VIC-MONTH 1.1", i.f Cuttle, Sbeop I k 1'iy, l-vt-r* 1-VUKTll SiTL'KDAY.ut Mr j Slsc.j'a Yards. ACCOUNT SALES & l-ROCEEDS ON DAY' OF SAI.UN CIcsiriiiK San s ^*>«iducic«l. Lou!?!>. i\v^u(i;il«<l> '»us illad< AGEK IS KOU TUB SCOTTISH. UNION & .NATIONAL FJllii iXBUilA.M K CO. \VAiim<':ni, WTO 13Kijv MAUK.Ur. THURSDAY. MAY 23. AT THKIlt VARIES Opposite Railway Tracking Yards Al lii u'ciuck Sharp . t KKWis HUNTKU it CO will oftci tl. t following ritock. kc. Pgr fljyierp 12 do, forward springers 20 do backward springers 7 Heifers, springers 12 do springing 10 do 2 years old 12 do Yearlings 20 do poddies 14 Steers, 12 months old 15 do poddies 40 fat sheep 70 store shee...

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

T h e t TTT> LL Established 1877-1914-37 Years. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY EVENING, Circulates extensively through out the Shire of Buhi BuJu, Shires. ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUMS OF ADVERTISING. If you liave Anything to Dispose of, or wish to make your Business a Success, Advertise in this Popular Journal. MODERATE CHA KG ES. Accurate & Holi&bl© Reports ot all Meetings and Gatherings held throughout the District. News Items Welcomed. Correspondence Invited. LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Subscribers enrolled at any time. SCJ15ISC tilFTlON-(3d per quarter, or 'Op per annum, Posted to Any Address.^ OFFICE: Opposite Post Ollice, D Headache, Indigestion, . Constipation and Biliousness. ^immensn number of nrdop * for prlotor, i» convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; tboy are immensely more valuable than an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tioHues, an...

District News. BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

District News. [From Our Own Correspondents.] B K A * D Y (I tt II E K . On Monday evening there was an attendanee of 1!) persons at a meeting convonod to discuss the advisabilitv of forming a Tennis 01 ub. Mr (!;iy, of Eden Park, having generously given the ground for a court on his property, it was decided to form a dub, and those present were most enthusiastic over the matter so it is expected that the club will be sure to succeed. The following officials were appointed:-President, Mr M. Rutler; Trea«urer, Mr A. 15. George; Secre tary, Mr N. V. Hall ; Assistant Secretary, Miss George. The O'nb will be known as the Eden Park (Brandy Oretk) Tennis Olnb, The Cricket Club dance was held on Wednesday. 13th inst, at the Drouiti West Hall, but the very rough weather greatly militated against the success of the evening from a financial standpoint. Those present were rewarded by a most -;n joyablo evening

THE Bippsland Endependen FRIDAY. MAY 22. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914

-.Till' flipjishml) £nticpcni)ri' FRIDAY. MAY 22. 19L4. LECTURE.-On Monday, 25th inst., Mr Kllis, relieving head teacher at tlu; DI'oiiin State School, will T^IVE A let-hire entitled "Nelson," in the Dronin Mechanics' Mall, in aid of the funds of the Dronin Statu School. SONGS and recitations will be render by the children and local artistes. SALK.-Pearson, Rowe, Smith & Co., IR. conjunction with [). P. C:isey. will conduct A clearing sale for Mr H. N. Stewart, of Dro'iin, on Friday, 29th May, when the whole of his sheep, horsps, cattle, poultry, imple ments, &c., will be sold. Particulars in advt. PIG-THUCKING.-A truck of pips consinned to Datidenonfi Bacon ! Factory will leave Neerim South, Rokeby and Warragul on Friday, 29th inst. POULTRY FARM. - Attention is directed to the Allowah Poultry Farm's (Drouin) advt. which appears in this issue. The birds kep- are White Leghorns, Black Orpingtons and Barred Rocks, laying strains only. There are a tew White Leg horn coc...

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