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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
SCIATICA. RELIEF OBTAINED BY USING DK. MOiiSWS INDIAN ROOT PILLS ANTD OOMdTOCK'S NULlVEtt BONE LISIMENT. This is one &lt;>F tlie nmat dreaded com plaints th>U human ile-di is heir to, and j ihern are many people suffering untold agoui"* trying remedj after re nrdy without result. Such a ono w>i" 31r , Patrick iffi." oilier roniody baa done for him, tint i0, they brought relief from tho pain he was suffering. Mr Scillj mites -. "Considering tho Inrge amount of benefit I linn- derived by the uto of your valuable medicines, it givea mo great p!ea«iire to let y m hare this testi monial, and yon cm m ike any uie yon rri-ili if it I hire been a snffe.er for a number of years with Sciatica, the t riming pun I endured being some times almost i:n'o ir.ihlc. The p.iin was so g-ent that I c- nld n it sleep at nicht. and had to he ivheeled abniu on a chiiir, being ho bad tint I nil unable to w ilk. [ tried every modicina that I ever heard if. and spent bundiels of p nnrU', but ...
CHAPTER XL. THE HEAD IN THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
CHAPTER XL. THE HEAD IN THE WAUL. 3 be hang-ed at sunrise next morn ij Over ami over Dick repeated j , words to himself. Tlicy throbbed casingly through his brain when lsat down on tlie bench, with his ik to the wnll, and tried to rea i what it all meant. At the time ,j,is capture he had anticipated the rst, but somehow it was diflcrent w" 'with the reality staring him in j 'face. He had heard the sentenco d he shrank from death with hor r and rebellion. He was not a coward, but it secm 1 to him bitterly hard to die just th&lt;- future had turned bright. le had not valued life very mucli in ho past, but it was .1 thing to bo irized with Lucille to share it. And ,0 lose her ! To be hurried out of t.ho rorld leaving behind him the woman ic loved so passionately - it wns ;i >lack and torturing thought. He did not utterly despair, it is true ; but. at present, while the im pression loft by Gore's visit was so keen, he was in no mood to consider hie situation from other standp...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
MAKS YOUR DJSfRiCT KNOWN. Gouceruiug so'iic parts of the district nnvva . p.iin^w . K.%* 0oM..~~ mi.:. e^ts in tlio silent places. Will simii; man or \v mian talce the niiitti'r .,11 hand and e:iii?e tlio sileare Id cea-e ? If no one olse is lining it for your di-lriol, vvill YOU try on these linen ? Send accounts of pnlilic anil social events in your township or neighl) ir li i.id, £nl*I! a.J weddings, death*, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Do not bother ab;n:t grammar or .spelling , it w the Editot's w.trlr t:> I i-ils after these trifles. The barest skelet'.u if .enough. Write oil one fide of the pip"r ouly. Gi^e informatiou, but lot criticism alone. Write your naino in some corner not for printing, but to prove g..od faith.
THE LONELINESS OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
THB LONELINESS OF AGS. Ihnv low ol us treat, with tenderness j nd consideration those who have out : tved their generation, and whose y companions and friends have boon ' nken from them! They necessarily ; !ivo to a grent extent iu a world ol : -.heir own, with which those nmuud j .hern are .not. familiar. T!v.» connmin- ! mg of their hearts are, with tile scenes ! )f the past and the companions nl 1 jt.her years who have long aito passed »\\ay. Lover and friends have beoi. :al;en from tlieui, and their acimiin tances laid in darkness. The form? :hey admired arid loved are gone. the .v&lt;e~s that looked into their? with tii« enderest affection are sightless, anil the voices tlint cheered and -tirren '.heir souls hnvo Sunt? since beon silent Their early world of hope and joy hae become a desolation, and they sit in iilence contemplating the ruin that has been wrought. They are "Only waiting till the uhadows are u little longer grown" to pass on to the re union that awcits th...
Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
Drouin Telephone Exchange. Stophun, G. V. Win'ors, J. J. Onlqulnmn, 0. Af-rt.ii, \V. a. J3u. u»r iCrc''»ry Hayes1 Family Morel C.»soy, D. l\ HuikIlthoh, A. U.J I\?»su and Sons Ji«milfon, Lurdnnr Road 15 ickhouao, Ski»n»»r and Hamilton Shin* Hull, Drouin (W. Younjj, secretary) Fulum inn, W C. C .inmunic.Hion n ollowiu^ uUcea : Melbourne la Iwni'ivairy 2.1 G;wti«ld 2d IJiiUunliam -M N'irrt!>V;ir rtill Gd D.ind.'iinii &lt; tS I 'Pisirnlsjo^i Si Y.irr;m.)ii 21 Slru'ford Is -Id M.rvv.dl til Tliorpdilo til \V;tlhall;i 8.1 ll'iktiby 2.1 lluln Uuln 2.1 Ncorim 4&lt;I Nftirim Sill 4d Nei'iim N. Oil Upprr Moondnrrn 81 Coalville 6i y bu had rrltli thi) W'arriisml Id Bunyip 2d Nat :iuri»o(m 3d P;ikuiih*m K 4d B.;rn'icK 'id C) ikloijjh 81 Trafalgar 3d Mou 2d Silo Is Tuongihbio 8.1 11 ?sedulti la I'c.-olarni Gd Jindiviek 3d M.illVu 1* N>..'rini East lid Ntvrim June 4d 4d Nariacui Gd li lirusdale Is 101 Liiid»ti"W l«il
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
MELBOURNE MARK'KTS, I The Gippsland and Northern Co jpcrative Selling Co., Ltl, report under dato of 2lst May . Butter-Thure is plenty of butter, to offer on account of the large Quan tities coming from Queensland and New South Wales. The market for choicest came hack Id per lb. on Tuesday last, and sales for choicest came back Id per lb. 011 Tuesday last, and sales for same this week were 12' 2d to Is Id, first grade lUid to Is, seconds from lOd, and occasion ally lower, separators 9jul to lOd. Cheese-On account of short sup plies. this market is very firm. New loaf is worth 8£d, medium sizes S'-^d to Sl id, semi-matured 8d to 8) 2d, and matured 9d. Eggs -The market this week re mained unchanged tor ordinary line?, which sold from Is 6d, but for choice selected up to Is lOd was obtained. Preserved eggs realised ls'jd to Is W. Bacon - Primo light sides lOd, medium weights Oj-id. heavier 8Ad, middles lO'/id to lid, hams Is to Is Id, side hams from 10J. Lard- Bulk G^d, packet &...
Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
Phases ot the Moon. May - First qturter 3rd, 4.23 p m ; full mo >n 10th, 7.30 a m ; last quarter p7tli, 8.12 « m ; new ma in 2'5tb, 12 84 j p in. j .Jline-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 a. m . fnli rii'x.fi Stli, S.18 p m ; last quarter 10th, l'i.iiOa m ; new ni i.ni 14th, 1.33 u ni. .July-Fir.-'t q-mricr 1st, ;"> 24 n in ; full m i &lt;n 7ill, 11.5'J p m : list quarter 15th, 5.81 p rn ; now m ? >n 23rd, j 12.;',8 p in ; first quarter 30th, !).5l H ill. j August.- Full morn 6th, 10.40 a in; ! last qnurter Hth, 10.5(> a ill , new j mnoii 21st, 10.2G pm ; first quarter I 2Sih, 2 52 p in. I j Septeinli'T - Full in win 5ili, 1*2 2 in; : ln«l qnurter 13th, 3.48 a in ; new mimi | 2iJtl). 7-33 n in ; first quniter 2(>tli, : 10.3 p tn. | Octniior-Full nin-iii 1th, 3.58 p in ; j last quarter 12th, 7.3." pin ; new j ill-inn 10th. 4.33 p in ; first qnurter ! 2(!ili, 8.-H p in. ! N ?Vi'inlier- Full in-um ?.,d, 9.18 am; Im.SI q'i iiIer llih,fl.3G ii m ; new ni'»in j 13th. 2.1 a 1...
WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
WARRAG V I, M ARKET. Skoirs, liunter and (Jo, report harm* held their usual weekly tale At their Warracul yards on Thursday, 21at Mny, when there was a full yarding ol atock all round, Mid wo consider it tho bost sale held for ninny months, cvtjrythinj* hoing cleared at extremely hi«;h rate*. Pigs wfvro also very firm, showing ail improvement on late quotations. Thoy quoto : - Pigs-Suckers, 9j, lis 6d, 12s, 13i Sd tn 14i ; slipq, 16a, 18s \o 21s ; stores, 24s Cd. 27a, 32s to 35* ; bac&lt;>n ditLo to 5Is 04 ; potkrrs 43*, 46a to 00i ; btc inera 60s, 07*, 70-t. 70s to 8O1 0d. Shfi'p - (J«o.iflbred withers 21s ttd , fat lambs 17&lt;* 9;1 ; smill store ditto 10* 3d ; a^ed Shrop vaina 20s 01. Cattlo-fat currs, £G 15* to £7 12s Cd ; ditto choppe»H £5 to £5 126 CJ ; ditto £3 10i to £4 ; otbors^ from^ Ayrshire bomb £4 12i 6i ; dit-o vMari/nj 35a w 45f ; ditto poddids 21» *&lt;» 00m ; s'eora, 2 jvars, aludy colnii/s, ~4 » ditto yertrliiii-s 40. r" 42s : di'ti> l...
Good Sto[?] of Bench [?]Bar. SIDE OF FOR[?] LIFE THAT SELDOM [?]ES LIGHT. HAWKINS—[?]THAM—DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
Good Stojb of Bench arBar. Rrnr: OF KOIIIJIC I,IKK TH.V SKLDO.M ;KS I.IIMIT. IIAWKTNS-(;;KTIF AM-PAY. .Some new a i ;nl oivst ing anec dotes of i|le n,., ,1||(| |.;ir |ire con. tniiicc! in « \ &lt;110 published !>j Mr. Ornnt I?irh.-3 nhi.li. edited unci compiled h.-.Mr. Arthur II. E'lfrWImrh, is liv Mr. F. E. .Smith, K.C., .M. One rcininisreiH'. js 0f the lntc S,r rrnnk whos« cross f.viiininntions iisn 0 |,e siu-h a de "glit in tlie J unit [inr. Tt con ci ns l.li.it fiunoi eounn^l'H first unci upon which I appeared fur an j oflirin] liquidator o.\ company whosi consent had to be obtained before the Court would piU-t with th&lt; fund. Luckwood \\s instructed to consent, and his ?0 wnfl to he three guineas on th hrief and one ror consultation. J he petition cam in duo course before I.ord Ilom\\yf and was made plain to him ,y counsel f(>r the petitioner, and still a little plainer hy counsel for tlie princi pal respondent. Then tip rose Lockwood, an Im posing" fig...
CHAPTER XXXIX. THE SENTENCE OF THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
CHAPTER XXXIX. THE SENTENCE OF THE COUNCIL It was about two o'clock in the morning, nnd tlie lower town was comparatively quiet ; at intervals a distant voice, or an echoing footstep broke the silence. This state of peace fulne.ss, the Russian assured Dick, was a sure sign that Carlos had not yet been missed or discovered ; otherwise there would have been a widespread alarm. Bo the two pushed on hopefully through the dark and deserted streets, aiming Btraiglit for the ap proach to the upper town. They were half way to it when a significant thing occurred. A man stopped from a cross paaaage, tapped VolbortU on tho shoulder, and drow lilm to ono side. Dick waited in somo alarm, while the two held a brief and whispered conversation. Then the stranger hur ried off, nnd Volborth returned to his companion. - ~ It is bad news," ho announced, gravely. "There is a warrant out for my arrest, and n lot of Gore's men have been quietly searching for me. T hey, are in the neighbourhood now, Valon...
(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 14. CHAPTER XXXVIII. A THRILLING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
(All Rights Reserved.) THE ' Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. 1 By W. Murray Grayson, Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., etc. PART 14. CHAPTER XXXVIII. A THRILLING MEETING. The Russian was brief and to the point, explaining what lie had to say very clearly. Did; was to swim out to the Malta, ami through Grenville obtain an interview with the com mand ers of the two cruisers. This conference, it was hoped, would re sult in a speedy, settlement as pro posed in behalf of the conspirators ; which, in substance, was as follows : At 12 o'clock on the next night, by means of a previously-laid torpedo, the thin shell of rock on the seaward side of the cliit was to be blown up. Through the pniisnga which vm; cer tain to be opened a bimrliv.I marines JO boats were (o advance at oneo \>y ~ ie>v Cir i7Knivr»7v"»i?i'al led without delay to the forcing of the North Gate. The other conspira tors, as soon as they heard the ex plosion, were t...
NEERIM NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
N E E R I M N 0 It T II . This lias proved to he one of th mildest Autumns we can remember, and it should prove accordingly as in former years ; to judge the weather we should have little or no snow. As 'lie Summer was hot and dry oat crops have not come awav as well as thev would have if more moisture had been given at the right time. Most of the crops are sown and com ing away. Potato digging has only just com menced and most of tho well-worked fields are turning out excellent tubeis, dthougli in some dry paddocks eelworm is prevalent. 1 he price has not been tfo"d enough to tempt people to dig early ; no big prices are expected as the area is much larger than previous year. Ou Wednesday, the 2cth. a final meeting of availing the district to have a bush nurse installed is to he held. This will mean a great addition to the district. It will be a great comfort to know there is a qualified Nurse living in our district should illness overtake people, as it comes so suddenly at times w...
Golf Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
Golf Notes. Tho opening of the season of the Drouin Golf Club took place on Satur day afternoon on the links in Mr Harry Higgs' property. The-weather was line, and there were about 60 persons present, including several visitors from Warragul Club. The President (Lieut-Col. G V. Stephen) in a few remarks declared the links open, after which an open handicap was played for, tho pnzes being trophies donated by Mr E. J. Hayes. Some record scores were made, the winner of the ladies'event being Miss MeKenzie, of Warragul, and Mr A. H. A'Beckett returning tho best card for tho gent's event. Mrs G. V. Stephen provided afternoon tea, which was much appreciated. Altogether the day proved most enjoyable. The following arc the scores of the players who handed in their cards : I LADIES. II:cap Gross Nett Miss McKeiizie 11 58 47 Mrs A. II. A'l«'ckett32 85 53 Miss Joyce Stephen 18 83 65 .GENTS. A. H. A'Beckett 10 93 S3 E, J. Hayes 25 111 86 P. L. Appieton 13 104 91 E. C. Kruse 27 123 96 /S. X. vvb...
CHEERY MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
CHEERY MOTHERS. It is easy to talk about keeping cheerful and smiling in the face o) adversity, but everyone knowB how hard it is to do bo. One day a mother caught sight ut herself in the glass. "No wonder Harry looks so sad i! j no sees a face like that opposite him I > .....ii-Uik fauuut'tsouesr It is not right or just either to thein 01 to myself. Perhaps ii I look happy, happiness may look for me." IIit determination taken, this wom an made every effort to ciirry it out. No more luxury of woe, no more re velling in the injustice of Fate. She worked as hard to seem gay as sht worked to keep the home together. Smiie of her efforts were unsuccessful, and there seemed nothine to sinilf about and no one to smilo back at her. But she kept up her courage, and her husband finally caught the infection. With it he adopted a more hopeful view of life. His wife insists that from deliberately looking cheer ful, she has learned to feel cheerful, and that no ono has any right to in flict. a...
CHOOSING A HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
CHOOSING A HAT. The following advice is trivon by a well-known fashionable milliner: - "I have 0110 rule for most womon. I match the hat to the hair. The re sult is always good. Of course, if the woman is old, with white hair, it is not so satisfactory. But the woman with brown hair should wear a brown hat and the woman with red hair ,-hould wear a hat in dark red tones, and so on. If you are coin;; to buy ?i hat match your hair. "The second best tiling is to match the hat to the eyes. The woman with bis' brown oves should wear a big brown hat. The girl with tho saucer bluo eyes can wear a big blue hat. And tho girl with hazel eyes ought to cultivate hats that are hazel and light
A CRUSTY OLD BACHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
A CKUSli OLD OACillMAMt. i For many years a faithful house keeper worked for a bad-tempered old bachelor, but finally qrew tired of Ins =ternal complaints, and decided to "cave him. Hiding her time, therefore, she informed liirn that she was goin? 'o California. 'To California!' he repeated, in *larm. 'What to do there, pray? 'To find a husband,' she answered boldly. 'They say there are many nore men than women in California. 'Ball!' the old bachelor snarted Don't flatter yourself that you II find \ husband auvoni* them, woman. It 5 true the men are in the majontv. but Ihev're not the marrying sort. 1 hey re runaway husbands who've gone to California in search of a little peace.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 29 May 1914
17ELL-KN0WIM TESTIFY TO Leiier received from Nurse Catherine Kortinjj, 176 Davis-street, North Brunswick, 29/3/12, in which she claims Clements Tonic reitored her daughter to health. Read each word : CLEMENTS TONSC LTD., " I am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and run down. I purchased several bottles of Clements Tonic to give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before long. It is fourteen years ago that I first used Clements Tonic, and in my profession as a nurse I have recommended that rr.oJ;c£ii« times out ot number, l have seen people ic stored to health and strength, ana HEARD OF CLEMENTS TONIC. That medicine has never failed to do good when given to any ot my patients, or, indeed, anyone who has sought my advice. Use this as ycu think tit." (Signed) Received from Nurse Evan...