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| Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Phases ot the Moon. May -First quarter 3rd, 4.29 p m : fnll inonri 10th, 7.30 » m ; last quarter p7th, 8.12 * in ; rii-w mono 2'5tL, 12.34 p in. .Juno-First quarter 2nd, 12 3 am fnll moon 8tli, 3.18 p ra ; last quarts j 1 Btli, 12.20 * in ; new m >,in 14th, 1.33 I a m. July-Kiivt q wrier lsl, ">21 am: full m 7lli, II p id : litst qunrtftr loth, -:i. .'i I . [i in ; ihmv 111 >-«n 23rd, 12.3'H p in ; first qunrtci- , D.01 0 111. -Fill! nin'>n 6>li, 10.(0 n in; last (jn.irtor ltth, 10.5'i s m , new mnon 21-t, 1 (1.2G p in ; lirst quarter 28tli, 2 52 p m. Siipl oinlvr - Full in "in ftLli, I'J 2 am; In.-!t quarter 13lli, IS :t m ; now m->>>u 20(li, /.33 a in ; iir.-l quniler 2Gl1i, 10,3 [i hi. Oetolior-Full mo.m ttli, 3.58 p m ; lust quarter 12t[i, 7.33 p m-; new iii'iiin 1 Oth. l.o3 j) m ; fiwt quarter 2&lt;>t'i, 8.-11 p in. N'.vi'iulier- Full nvmn 3rd, 9.18 BID; 1 ihi q i'iKcr II tli,;).36 u m ; now mum 18t!i. 2.1 am; fir.«t qimrttT 21tli, 11.38 p m
MOTIONS WHICH POISON THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
CMOTIONS WHICH I'OLSON THJ 1 BLOOD. It Is strange to reflect thai tin aero emotions should ha.vo a Birioui ,'IFect on the blood. Yot it is »aid inger, fear, anxiety aro among tin jinotioiiB or sentiments which litorally poison our blood. It has often been taid that evil thoughts aro poisonous, ;lic meaning being that they corrupt jthor people, but tho real fact is that they poison oar own bodies Natural ists now declare that tho vouom ol makes ia gonorated by anger and fear, md that it ia collected in a special ro i'»i iin"-1~ at thfi boss takes placa in tb« human body, but that wo have no npccial organ to roceivo it, and it thorcforo dispcrson in tho blood, acting against ourselves in stead of for our protection. Bo that »s it may, it is generally concedod that we aro literally poisoned by the emo tions mentioned, and by any eenti> mont or passion which upsota tbi) imooth working of our minds.
WITHOUT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
WITHOUT SLEEP. The capacity of tlio great Napoioo» for going without Bleep is well known, but even ho had to succumb at time* to the need for rost. Indeed, it is a notorious fact that no human being can surriro without occasional poriodi ? o[ iilocp. Nevertheless, thers .a living to-f^y a man of whom it is stated on gooj authority that he bai not slept a min uto for ten yearn, and yot retainu bit health and 6anitv unimpaired. His story is tnat twelve years a(Z« he was engagod in photographic work, to which ho devoted himself with such teal and enthusiasm that for several days and nights he took no rest. Then insomnia set in and, becoming alarm id, he consulted physicians. Their ad vice, however, proved unavailing, and then came the discovery that the losi of sleep had produced no ill effect*. His brain and nervos remained unaf fected, his appetite good, and he tru actually increasing in weight. Since then his case has excited Teat interest amongst medical men, Kneral of whom have ke...
Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Church News. Itokeby 'J Neerim Smith 11. CHUKCH or ENOI.AXD - Sunday, 24TI| Miy, Drouin 11 H.III. S*ND 7 P.M., Brandy Creek 2.15, Key. 13. T, Sver. : METHODIST CHIJUCH - Dionm 11 ; Longwurrv South ."L, Mr D.ivia ; LON^C wurry 11*30, Mudulm 3 Drouin 7, Huv. B. ; Cri-D ; Garlielil 11, P.unyip 3, Liunvip 7. Mr Uiu-y '. Nteiim 1 I. M-erim HUBT 3, K'JT-rim South 7, ;. r ltowliinds ' 1'KKSBYTKUIA.N ONI;U,'H - Drouin U anu 7, Drouin South 3, UI V. H. H. llunt; ; Ncurim South 11, ltokuby *2.30, Neerun ^ Junction 7, Mr MCKU^N', I For ClnMien'S lU&lt;:kii.« » CUNLI »t Nijjlit, \Yuod*' &lt;.«ieat L'ei»puinnnt Cure, Is Gd. J
Warragul District Hospital. MEETING OF COMMITTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Warragul District Hospital. MKETI.AY; OK C'OAIMITTK. A incc'iim i>f the Warranul Dist rict Ilospi'ai &lt;?:i?:11tiii(f&lt;v was Ih'I i a ; (lie Shire iia!l on Friilav :ifi.tiii>&lt;»i, I when there were pre-ent llie li-.-v. j Father lioche ( I resi ion!) ami .Messrs &lt; ."\Ic.\eil, Smyth, Stevenson, .tones, ! .Morion, Davine, An&lt;ler;ou, Yon Horn ( llarvev. O'Toule, Dorr-II, Ah-'iit'joi | an.l Mah>my. | (.OIUU'.SI'OXDK.NCK. From S'a'e Tr.'asnrt, intlmatiii,' , tliat lie is \rillim; to grant tlm hospit- ; al eoinniitlee, lit for l.t for a new j operating tiieatr1, providing lt:e j whole cost of c mslr.ict'on 'airl fur nisliiny, does not excee;! C-IOO. The i secretary' was instruct:':! to write; a special letter to tlit; Treasurer to I thank him for the »r.mt. * 1 From Sla'e Tr'asmvr, enclosing account for £ir> lis t5d. from Water I'rusl,fi)rva:-.k'(l In him ;is request ed. *'iud stating P'al. a letter had hern sent to the local T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
SHOKET OF CLEOPATRA'S WOXDL'KFUL 11,11 K. lUSCOVKKEl) AT LAST IN AN OLD MUSTY liOOIv. P R &lt; > D t' C KS ST A UT LIX(&lt; G HdW'l'll OF NEW HAUt OH MAJTS. 1S10. \ I) AKTKU TUN Iti examining hoiii" of tin- old mu«ty b.jokf- iit one of the Italian imiHi'iims i f antiquities, nn AniericHn tiavellcr acciUenily noticed in Latin ihe words "T" f^rmy l"i!:ui'ifu] hair. ' A cl.uer inspection revealed an old liair formula, and below it w-i- no! iced tli.it it was tin1 formula irliicli Cleopatra used and to which she oncd her womier.'nlly beauti ful, l-ififr, Unci;, lieaiy hair, which had much to do mtli her being [egardtd m the iiuirt beautiful won.an in the world. CJiiri--f-ity led (lie traveller to c ? ? j>y the formula, und lit* gave il to a friend who i had been liaht for ten year?. After | s nil' difficulty the friend-, g .t the j f .itmilu made up w'tli m mc flight [ in. ililicaliuii- liy a chuini.-t, and uftei ! U;tnj» it fix week# his hen? I became | iMiti e y ...
Country Telephone Services. WHAT OUR FARMERS HAVE TO SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Country Tele phone Services. WHAT OUR FARMERS HAVE TO SAY. (By C. E. H.) It is satisfactory to find an ap preciable extension of the country telephone services in many parts of Australia, and with a view to ? helping forward the telephone se. vices in our own district, let ters received from farmers and agricultuialisis throughout the States of Victoria, New South W;iles, South Australia, Western j Australia, and Tasmania, are be in« placed before our readers Mr George Gow, of "Bynya," Barellan, N.S.W., writes :-"Some few years a«o it often took a wire up to 4 days to reach parts of New South Wales,from Si dney, where as, to-day some of these places can get a reply to an urgent wire from Sydney in an hour or less. The convenience, usefulness, sav ing of time, &c., realty cannot bo estimated." Mr 11. H. Crossthwaite, Wollo longa, Gundowrinji, writes: '' The service to the various houses on this line (11 besides the Ex change) was arranged ill the_.be gm-vry-rnr?~pTOT)T(r comb...
Longest Aerial Cableway. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Longest Aerial Cablewsy. . J A remarkable aerial I'ahlowny, about 7;1 miles long, is soon to lie built across the mountain harriers separating the famous Vale of Kash mir, in the Indian native State of Kashmir, from the plains of the Punjab. Tt will he by far the long est cablcwny in the world, says a consular report on this subject ; tho longest at present being one of lwontj*-two miles in Argentina. The plan of constructing an ordinary railway into Kashmir hits been pro nounced impracticable on account of the loose conglomerate nature of the.soil in this part of the Hima layas, which causes innumerable slips and the falling of huge boulders into Kashmir, extending- nboufc 200 mill's between Rawalpindi and Srin agar, was only built with thogreat est. difficulty, and with much loss &lt;.»f life due to slips; while its nininto luim'o costs tho Kashmir Govern ment about £100 a mile pot* nnnum, chiefly spent in repairing slips and bridges. Tho projected cahluway is likely to co...
Wages in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Wages in South fifri South Africa is perpetually faced with thg problem of keeping it* 170,000 coloured workers in order. The white minors naturally dislike the native labourers, because their presence tends t-> keep down the* rate of wall's. I'or some timo hfifl l.^en nn understood thifu; between masters and men in the Transvaal that na tives should not compete with whites in occupations that demand skill**! labour. No black was therefore al lowed to bccomo an «*m&lt;in''T. car penter, stonemason, or bricklayer. Gradually the door is being opened, and the Tratisvn.-.l whites feol thai they will shortly he forced to work cm the smue footing as the native, just as Mlnw-whiUvi In tho Cape rrovinr»» nlre.idy do. At present in the Triin«vnai a wujm. minor roi'^'iv,.-s nbour, £ I. por tiay of ho'jrs whilst the native pets Mmn £1 j^r woo':, ami U nmciv* to wot*!-: inor«j hours, No coloured man is ullov.rd to hold n. cort ilicnt although many o: thorn do tho iwvl: us cU.nonuy as...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
MRL130U RNE MARKETS. Tho Gippsland and Northern Co jperative Selling Co., LtJ., report under date of Mth May : - Butter -Importations of Northern Stales butters this week were very heavy, mid there is a distinct weak ness in sales of Vietonan manufac ture. In some instances Id per lb reduction ha J to he made to effect sales, choicest at Is Id to Is 2d, first grade from HJ-yJ to Is Id, seconds lOd to lOid. Separators 9Ad to lOd, and dairies 7J|)d to 8d. Cheese-The demand is good for prime new cheese, loaf fetching 8(1, mediums 7'jid to 8d, off lots loss semi-matured ~!id to Sd, matured 8d to Sid. J2gg» - The market advanced Id per dozen for ordinary lines this week. Sales being made from Is Gd to Is 9d. Preserved eggs wore rather dull of s;i]o at Is Id. to Is Id. Lard- Bulk Gd to 6j>d, packet 7d. Tuesday, 12th May. Wiio.it-F.AQ. 3s lO'd, medium 3s fld to 3s 9Jd. Oats-Milling Is 10j£d, feed Is OJ^d for lies t. Is 7d to Is 8d for medium. Barley-With the exception of a few sales of ...
Market Reports. WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Market Reports. WAHUAGUL MARKET. Sfcoira, Hauler nmt C«». report hnrin«» hold th.'ir u^m) wt».kly *.«io *> ih^ir Wnrraiiul yards oa TUurad-y, 11 \\ M»%>\ wli-oi in c&lt;> MMjm-nco f 11 c w* arho-' thc^o H Vi',y small y.-.!..»- r .». f, «... ail r-.uud wo'i' fully *.> 1't^t Wick's Viu:y qu«»if : - P»u*-Suokcr* IBs t»> I3\, slijn 15j 11> 20a, storm 27i 5d ? &lt;> .i3. ; no fu'fl for nuid. Sherp - N"i»o soil. (Jutlo -Fat to.* a £l) lO.i, forward c n d i h di to £4 to £i 5.i ; sl^ea £3 10 to £3 10% (i h-'.rs ft( m £3, ;»&lt;^rd ami in f>. r if>^ It»vs*t»r ; milker* and springe s(in'H' £7 10*, £8 to £9 10 t t » r» fr«>m £0 ; hu'kw.ml Cnw^ £5 |». £5 12, *i *, low con dition and a«j-*d |im-.-r ; flpsinoinv heifura £5 10i to £0 10a. ditto 2 yt.*M a £3 "o £4, ditto !2 m n lie 35« to 'o. die «» pnddo* 20a to 27b 6l, ri U) bu-ci» 18i to 25s ; bill's £f> r*? £G Pi iv.ttidy during t lit* w»-ok A lino of licife'*, a lui" "I Inekward cows an...
Splendid Values in Ladies Woollen Underwear. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Splendid Values in Ladies Woollen Underwear. Now tlvil the Winter is reigning ag.iin tin; question of warmer Under wear is of vital importance Especially is this the ease with Ladies and Child run. There is a grand selection of Woollen Under wear :i t A. R. Henderson's. All those ' suitable serviceable garme.its which ensure comfort, warmth and reliable wear are included in this splendid selection. Mothers who are anxious to obtain superior Roods at economical prices will do well to visit A. R. Henderson's. They are sure to iret the utmost satisfaction in quality and value- in fact the splen did variety and unw.U excellence of these goods positively assures it.
The Senate Pre-Election. THE CHOSEN SIX. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
The Senate Pre-Election. THE CHOSEN SIX. Some fifty thousand Liberal tinl!f decreed thai Senator A V. EJ^llr- IIuino Cook, McLean, Trenwith and Mauger shall he the candidates of thfir Party should a Double Dissolution be granted, and a Senate election be necessary. The choice is a sound one. There were timid folk who feared that what ever section of the Party happened to be numerically strongest in the Leagues would force "its ticket," and endanger Liberal solidarity. If thore was any danger of that happening timely warnings were heeded, for the six selected are representative, not of any one winjr, but of the whole army which confronts Labor. As to tho individual calibre of the six pre-elected. little need be said._. Five of thorn liavo fought many well-contcKto'l battles, are old Parliamentarians who will certainly not err through ignor ance of any point in the game. The sixth, Mr McLean, though ho lias not occupied a seat in either State or Federal Parlia ments, is the son of a p...
OF HER MOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
ui? ' xiiuu* mO iuisii. I It is a sorry Jay for n girl when ' ft he feels herself superior to hoi : !!>ol 1)t-r, and considers herself called upon to ap-ilnus.-se for her bad eram !i)ar, mispronounced words, foreign ac ; ixnt. or slips in lior speech. When | a g'rl becomes so umall and contemp | tiMr that she is ashamed to appeal in public willi ber mother, because she I is oid-fashioncd and dowdy in anpear . tuiee. her hands brawnv, her face pre maturely wrinkled, and her form ben j by long years of drudgery for he ; children, she is indeed to be pitied I She has fallen below contempt. Wi" j have ii mind a mother who is con j stantlv making sacrifices in order tha' | her daughter may make a good ap ' pearance in society. She' wears her old ."loak and shabby bonnet anothe. j'i'iir; she remo'els for 111e second lime and tries to freshen lip the gown K-hich should have been discarded lasl year, so that the young girl may have new ones and appear to as good ad vantage as other girls...
A DUELLING ACTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
DUELLING ACTOR. James Quin, who died on Jan unry 21, 1776, was a fine iiclor. a popular man on tho stag'-', and '*. popular man in his retirement at It 11 tii, where he ruled the soc a board, even a, H-au Nash ruled the ceremonies of Die Pnmp Hooni. That ho war, anything hut 01 a peacc.iblo disposition Ins duel lng record shows. On one ^occasion, ilurine- a performanco ol "Cat", a . Ml- nnmotl slip was inivflo 1-y acuu Williams, whereupon Quia slippc-.l in an Impromptu K-ag-line. Williams, Krratlv upset, waited to intercept Qui,, u., ho wont to hi. loclulnss. The latter, .seeing a drnwn swon in the hand of William,;, promptly drew his own weapon, ,and, defending himself coolly again.-,t a rash at tack ran tho unfortunate lcllov. through the body, killimj him on tho ' spot. Quia surrendered himf-el.' at ' once to justice, and the .'act that l.o i was the person attacked, and that ! |". only defended himseli irom a ! man who sought his life, carried suf ; weight to lead to a verdict l...
REST FOR THE MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
REST FOR THE MOTtTEK. -You cannot servo your family better hnn by renting yourHcIf. An ovor irocf mother cannot make sunshine in home. Try to take even half an :our of complete rest some time dur np the afternoon. It will often be f mrd to pet away, but make a duty if it. and von will accomplish it. If .*on were ill the children would have o L-ot on without von; let thera do it .vhi'r you^ are km ping well for their .nkn-s. Think over the things that can go undone, and leave some oj l,.em while you sleep. Rest is much .henper and more a^r.-eahle than a loctf-r's bill, and if vou do not. havf me you will Rurelv hrtve the other. Mmlpsty is n fjroat virtue; btrt a inn gi'ts bis 1*1*17 rained CO ,d utrungl h of it* FREE MANURE.-Amoncst the list of farmers selected by the Agricul tural Offices of the Potash Syndicate, Bridgo Street, Sydney, to carry out experiments with potatoes are Messrs McHugh Bros, ."Bonamede," Longwarry. Life ii fall of toil and troubl*, If you make it bo, And oiio'...
INGREDIENTS OF A MUD PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
IXCKKniKXT.S OK A ,M1H» i'JK. A bacteriologist recently found liis lit Me !m\\- making mud pies in n park at. Lyons, where a playground is reserved ft. r children to enjoy t hemselves. Curiosity led him to make an examination of one of the pies. The following is said to he his estimate of the number of dan iM-rons microbes in t Im few cubic inches of earth with which hiss had been playing' I 'iphtheria 1 MII)0 Measles Smnllpnx i.orkhuv i cry Pneumonia .. 'l^b.-rculoMs l\ tr.n ;:,r>nn :.o r, &lt;;'Jo nno ono no&lt;» Ofifl nnn oon A ^ood diniH'r sharpens wit, while t soft 'Mis tin* heart.-Poiaii. ..
MEN IN A MIORTIY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
Mi'-N irs A -UlixUiU'lV. It is wonderful how regular is the p;*o /union 1.5" women to men in Kr.pjaiu Hid Waica at each succeeding ctMi.v.y A writer in the ''Windsor* luis buot ixumiuing this question in the light o; lie last census return*. He finds lhn&lt; n 1001 there were 1068 female- tt ?very 1000 males-a female exce*s &lt;. i.070,017. But, taking into the aoeoutn ho number of males temporarily ah *mt (soldiers, sailors, etc.),, and so get liny at the population belonging t( England and Wales, the result is onh tOoU females per 3000 males, or a fe nale excess of 793,4**20. The proportion of females to males ir jCnglnud and Wales was 1057 per 100! Males in 1801. After fluctuations dur :>3 1801-1851, the proportion of fomal"? o males has risen continuously sine* '..Sol, the proportion of females to male.' i'i 1891 and in 1001 being the highes m record (1064 per 1000 males in 1801 ? 'id 1068 in 1901).
ARMY SLANG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
RMV SLANG. I Th»»ri&lt; is monr slnn-^ nrrtoncr ^njdjors I Umu u-onlfl find nt all tho 'schools in ICng-laml. Sonic amusing I «\v;irnples won; /jivon I»y Corporal I*. L. IviiiLT, of t lit; lintl F,ilV ' (.'nurds, in tho Household Hriirade Magazine." A "Tom Clarke" is a swab, and it itJso a Ki^s. ITenee one may he.ir ^ a soldier refer to "Tom ("larking his i .straight, missus." w hich means U ; in£ his protective bride. N'ol.ody ! knows who tho original Tom ('hike "A touch of Uio F,awreu&lt;'e" moans a /it of la?in»'ss. A pennyworth of hr&lt;M&lt;l ami is known us a "rimer" for some in scrutable reason, nn&lt;l Uw is 'Mirty 'ot." .Meat is "saddle flap." To "put, half a gaiu^e on" any thing- is to do work for a man for 'sixpence, winch may have some eon jnertion with the fart that a half ( gallon can is known as "half a A man wr.'.rin:^ a mulM'-r N in "l»ur'.'lar order," and i-> open t«>thr rpii'Stjon, " here are the ferrets If anyone has ...
"QUIET AND CHEERFUL"? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 22 May 1914
" QUIET AND CHEERFUL" ? 3l.co.ful," but on making '"f "® :t ti, ic didn't appear to ho altogether . !k'd'y»ur husband doesn't seem bo, wcl . \f»«c pi-ink lio observed .his morning, Mis. Ulack. n "n;r;k .H« seems to bo somewhat loff-bpin* .(J. I'm rather surprised. « An' so am 1," ejaculated the lady . Remembering what you said, Ida host an' I'm suro hod nothing but th&lt; bost' o' quiet company yesterday. 0. course nobody can't be cheerful with 9Ut a bit o' tpomp»ny- f, . t "Just SO, intei. -,--r m.iv I ask who called r . " Well, there was old Mrs. Grim rot's* buried" three ,'usbnnds an' " . Sln> ohati-oa to lum t~r ivn uwur oi uu. Thou Lawyer Sniart called to see if 'e thought about mak ing a will, which, as I BCZ, it's aboul time 'e did. " After that old Skinner, th&lt;3 under taker, wot ain't 6poke to Clack fo_» years, called to sorter nuiko friends wi ini aforo it wor too late. As I said t tiv man, doctor, it don't do to earn onmity into the next world " " But...