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Lucerne in Pig Raising. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

Lucerne in Pig Raising. One of the immigrants from California, in an interview on this subject, states that grazing store pigs on lucerne in the American irrigation districts, and topping them UD on sugar beet is quite common. Giving details, ho says :-"To bjgin with the lucerne is fenced into two (or three would be better) small enclosures, into the first of which the pigs are lurned while the lucornr is quite young. Then they prepare the second pasture by irrigating and getting tho lucerne under good giowth. In two weeks the pigs Are changed to the second pas ture, and the first iriigated and, if necossary, mowed, in about ten days changed back again, and every ten days or during ths growth of the lucerne, repeat. The pigs will put the pasture in bad shape if they are left in while irrigating. Th^ pigs are ringed, or they will tear up tho land so it wivtored. TVv^ro tvr« willow tan':s in the lower end of tho pastures, and some shade. Ringing is tho bost method to keep thom from ro...

EMOTIONS WHICH POISON THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

SMOTIONS WHICH i'OlSON THB BLOOD. It U strange to reflect th&t the acre emotions should have a seriou> >ffect on the blood. Yet it is said tiiRcr, fear, anxiety are among th« .motions or sentiments which literally poison our blood. It has otten bee& mid that evil thoughts are pokonoua, ;he meaning being that they corrupt jther people, but the real fact ts tnj.t :hey poison otir own bodies Natural ists now declare that tho venom ol makes is generated by anger and t'oar, md that it is collected in a special re ,'cptaclo, and thcnco discharged at tha object of its auger or fear; and it it further explained that the same pro jess takes place in the human body, but th*t we have no special organ te receive it, and it therefore disperses io the blood, acting against ouruelvea in itoad of for our protection. B« thai its it may, it is generally conceded thai .ve are literally poisoned by the enio ions mentioned, and by "any tenti (iiont or passion which upjots tbl imoot...

OUR MISTAKEN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

OUR MISTAKEN METHODS. llave not Christians in general overlook ed thin important lesson, namely, that the chief work of the ministers ami under shepherds of the Lord's Hock Turing this Age is to "feed the flock?" Is it not true that "comparative little feeding is being done? On tiie contrary, the thought usually received by new converts is, Now you arc saved; jro, evangalise. and bring others to Christ-especially bring money, for with plenty of it we can convert the world. Work for Je*us by soliciting fnuds for church purposes, extension. &e. If the inquirer has thoughts or ques tions. in it not too often that his instruc tors know not how to answer them, but merely say. "Stop thinking, and no to work." Alas, that this is so true! The '"lambs" should be fed until they become "sheep." The sheep .should be tended, eared for. iruided: instructed: ami the sheep should also be fed with the stronger "meat than that which the lambs could appro priate. St. Paul gives this thought wh...

Important Hotel Case MISREPRESE [?] TO CUS[?]ERS. "O.T." SUCCESSFUL ISSU[?] A PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

Important H .Uel "as.i M13REPRESE . I'lNO '' Jit " v TO UUSi'O HCli*. "o.'ivsu \'15ssi<'U!j . ; s.-: .-jui ? A. mtO lilii l >N. Flio hearing to.r« in ? 1:i ri.Mrw during tho week Iht'O.-." vlr .f>1 sf 1 Harvey, of the suit ins;.mr -I b> O.T. Ltd,, for iin inj im--eion t i r 'str u Thomas Gardiner \ 1 nir, Li fe-i tho Siirruv Kiiii and 'isMi reagh Street, Sydney. from seliing or passing off anv cordi.il, not or plaintiffs manufacturer, .is for O. I". Plaintiff company, which c irries on business as manufacturer and vendor of (Ins particular cordial, claimcn to aull large quantities of it in New South Waies, where it had acquired a favourable reputation, and was sp;>ken of and known as by the trade and public as "O.T." Plaintiffs charged that the defendant, had frequently and habitually offered for sale and sold and was still offering certain other cordials of similar appearance and taste, but not of plaintiff/ manufacturer, as and for O.T. ; also that when yell...

AN EXCELLENT SALAD (GERMAN WAY). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

AN KXCKU..ENT SALAD (CF.K M.VN WAY). When a green salad is difficult to get, one made of potato is a pala table accompaniment to cold meat. H is a common mistake* to allow (ho boih.-d potatoes to get cold. Tt is most (essential, it' they have bc como <<»|cfr that they be reheated before sliced, niul put into the dress ing, otherwise the absorption will not properly lake place. It should consist <»f equal parts of oil, vine gar, and boiling water, pepper, and salt In taste, a few minced capers, or chopped gherkin, or some boned anchovies ; a little minced onion may likewise bo added with advan tage; mi, loo, a little chopped reJory. Jt will be seen how easy it is to vary the flavour.of potato salad, by adding to or otherwise omitting any one or more of the ingredients named. A»ter mixing the salad ought to stand for a few min utes in front, of the (ire to aid thr absorption of tho dressing. Of course, it is eaten redd ; but should not lie kept too lon...

How Do You Walk. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

How Do You Walk. left foot in towards his right. when walking, giving an impression that his right foot turns out and his left turns in. lit' is probably a. natural, petty larcenist, and of a kleptomaniac nature. The man of short, nervous step is always a business man of energy, but if the stride is only from the knees he is cold and selfish, earing for nobody but himself. A hmg stride indicates energy, but. of an erratic kind. While a good fellow, the man with the long stride is generally unreliable and ill-balan ced. Great statesmen nnd great philan thropists always have a loose, shambling gait, which comes from thinking about others more than themselves. Likewise the man who saunters is not always a dreamer, but a man with a keen, active brain, who is always thinking. Flat-footed people are usualh good-nutured. Amongst the weaker s'X particularly Hat feet indicate a sympathetic, kindly nature, where as the girl with the pronounced arched foot is nearly always stilish. The vacilla...

Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. MACARONI. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. MACARONI. It is said that macaroni is not nv ant to ho dressed AS a "sweot," and in Italy, X atn told, it is never served in that form. Sweet dishes rnadu of it are occasionally sent to table there, witness tho following recipe : A quarter of a pound hi ma caroni, one and a halt pints of milk, three ounces of sugar, the thinly pared rind of a lemon, three-quar ters of a pint of boiled custard, and a grate of nutmeg. Noil t.ho milk : add the sugar, lemon-rind, and innenrom cur. into three-inch length*; and simmer slowly until Render, hut not. broken. Tut tho whole into a deep pie-dish, and when quite cold pour over the prepared cold cus tard, grate it with nutmeg, and servo. Surticient for four or live When, cold suppers are served in stead of late dinner, to give the domestics more leisure, on Sunday, puddings of the kind described are very acceptable. Considerate mis tresses frequently arrange to change (he dinner hour on Sunday from 7 o'clock p.m...

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

Drouin Telephone exchange. J 1 Stephen, C>. V. 2 \Y in'oia, .J J. 3 U«»lquhoui». 0, 4 \Nn. ii, SV U. 5 IV. K 0 -ry 0 M iyos' F m;i\ ?'! I 7 C 9'-y, it. 1*. 8 !!.«>».A. 9 P.-.v. Hiid S .n 10 M noil or'. ;".nl U Uickli-.ui* ., Sk T H'.'l II 'in: it mi 12 Shiiv Hu i Dr"«» . (W Y'»au», 13 Ruh'm tun. W .c ei-o y) C miiiutiici;ion i*i< MnlWourne 1* Xj*mi»wjirry 21 G*rti*»ld '2d P.ikenhum 4d N.irruwH'tvn Oil Dind.iumi^ 8 I T'uralijti'i 81 Y-\ri:mon 2i S' ra turd 1* 4d M <rwt>ll 6 ' Tn«»rpd il»i Ud W*»!i,*lla 81 U'tk-hy 2d Huhi i'uhi 2 ' Nforitn 4d N^eriiu S-h 4 1 Ntieriui N. lid Upprr iMonndrtrrri fid Omlvillu 01 Barra 4d ,.l v.r, h.» W.,r, .L"il Id l»u »yif» 2 1 N, :M Rikcnhmn K 4d H'm rricK <i i () 8 i Toif.<l«,'.r 31 M«»,» 2d S*I« 11 T i'tiii ibWio 8 i R >sed \lo Is H-oUrrn G 1 Jindivick 3d M.lf', In N- - tin 31 N« . iin dune 4 I Mffi..., 4d N;triac»n 6d U 101 IiMidt'norr la 41 N'lma 2l

Honesty Insured Here. BEHIND THE SCENES IN A FIDELITY GUARANTEE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

Honesty Insured Here. 4 BEH1NP Till"' SCENES IN A., I'T" RIKI.rrv GUARANTEE OFFICE. People think that when a society g»mrn.j)tcos, for a consideration, a ! man's fidelity, it, at nny rate, bc ' licves that honesty i* not. ex tinct. Hoar, dear ! -As a tact, il often fctnuds bond for somebody whom it would not trunt alone with thu petty cash. And it can ivi'JI nfiord lo do so because it pots an indemnity from the man'* relative^. By f-'omc means a worthless rascal obtained n Poor I,aw Appointment, and a certain oflico EUrtrantoed his honesty to (he extent, of ,C"»0n. In )e.<.* than ?»i.\ month* ho boiled with ovor X100, which ho insurers i had to pay. Not. a penny, how 1 ever, did they lose. '/'he runaway unfold una t o relatives reimbursed the society in full. Contrary lo popular belief, a s-i cieiy nearly always insists that, n warrant shall bo taken out for an emlw/lrr. This is done, not in the interests of just ice-Air who ever Knew a guarantee society ae iccuon. i no u...

TOMATO JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

TOMATO .JAM. Two pounds tomatoes, 11 t"b lotif sugar, 2 lemons sliced thinly. Choose tomatoes which arc not quite ripe, wipe them with n cloth, and remove the sterns. Cut each in four, and cook in a preserviritf-pan with the sliced lemon till tender; then ndd the su^ar, brini? to the boil, and boil fast tor *t/> min utes. If necessary a little water can bo added with the siii^ar, should the j/reserve be too thick. 'I his Jam is delicious if carefully made.

IT'S QUITE SIMPLE WHEN YOU KNOW IT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

QUITE SIMPLE WHEN YOU KNOW IT. "Oil, U'lial. ;i naughty l>inl, whiiU-ver makes liirn swear so ?". "Well ! inv tlo.'ii", V nin't qnilo tamo yet, ami everybody swears when t " <.! ini'i I

HAM (TO BOIL). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

AM (TO BOIL). 7 quart ale, fi cloves, 2 bay loaves. Souk the ham from G to S hours, according to wi-ipht, wash well, trim off all the rusty and smoky parts, place it in the boiler, and cover with cold water ; bring- it gradually to a boil, put in ale. cloves, and bay leaves, and simmer gently until cooked, and leave in pot until nearly cuUl. Take it out of the pot, take off the skin, toast a piece of bread nice and brown, then prate it all over the ham, and decorate the knuckle with cut ornamental paper. When sending to table, gar nish with nice, crisp, preen parsley. Time for 81b. ham, three hours.

The Work of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

The Work of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. In f\ building at the corner 01 Downing St root and Whitehall, in a bright, comfortable room furnished like n library, throe or four elderly #entb'm'Mi «ra MMlod at a horso shoe In bio. A barrister in robes is addressing them l'rom a kind of lectern. Loss than half-a-dozen other people, including; a couplo of at» t "infants in evening* dress, aro pre sent. 1 hi' occasion is a sitting of tho .1 uriicial Committee of tho .Privy Council-the court, of nppenl for the whole Empiro. The .Judicial ("oiutni11ee, of which the J,ord Chancellor -is tlie head, may sit for weeks on end without receiving- nny notico in the F.ng Jish newspapers, snvo perhaps in '"Jin; Times" law reports. It. is no uncommon thinj;* though for their Lordships to deliver a judgment, which causes part of the Empire 'Mown under" or ;i\v;iy to the AYest to throb with excitement when the sun travels round there n few hours ' ._>«ii i i' er.s I.V..1 Ml- I dia freq...

With the Brand of BUSY DAYS AMONG THE CATTLE ON AN AUSTRALIAN RANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

With the Brand of j 1SUSY DAYS AMO.NH: TIIK OATTJ/K ON AN AliSTUAl.l AN RANCH. It ln\s been well said that in cer tain parts of Australia there aie just two main industries, rattle raising' and "cattle-duilmg." breeds the"7i\'t.Ue ;'"*t.lie ' otlier brand" them-with his own brand. Tho "duffer's" programme is first to take tip a "small piece of country on the margin of a big mnn s sta tion, then buy a small stock ot breviers, say 100 head. Sometimes, too, even his alleged breeders may be working bullocks-anything in fact, that answers to the descrip tion of "cattle." A capital of £200 will see him well on the way to a fortune. All lie now has to do is to "'sit tight and avoid company. The average pastoralist does not employ a suih cient number of men to "brand up his calves as they are born-it would be next door to impossible for him to do so, in view of the immense size of his holding-and eonsetyient ly the "duller" places Ids own brand on every nnbranded animal lie comes across. Th...

District News. DROUIN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

District News. 1) It 0 U I N WEST. A meeting of the Drouin We3t Cricket Club was hold on the 20tli alt. Mr F. Lookwood won Messrs Peaso and Sons' trophy for the best batting average, Mr Clem, Lockwooil won Mr [Jadley's trophy for best bowling average, and also Mr Turner's half guinea for best all round man. It was decidod that the club hand £1 ovei to the School Com mittee to aid them in improving the ground.

About Lord Strathcona: REMARKABLE INCIDENTS OF A WONDERFUL CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

About Lord Strathcona: REMARK ANUS INCIDENTS Of \Y ONI) K r{ F U I. V A11 KF.K. Lord Stralheona's career is among the most remarkable in modern his* tory. llom of jioor pivvents, he rose to Voi'omo nil Kmpirc-buiUter of the lirst magnitude, and one of the most remarkable and benevolent men of the nice. Creator of the American l>u.-itic Uailwav ; founder, during the South A-frican War, of (lie famous regiment of horse (hat bore his name; donor at immense cost, with his relative, Lord Mount Stephen, of the Montreal Hospital, and of the jvjft of half a million sterling to the King's Ilo-spilal Fund for Lon don ; he, in addition, dispensed numerous benefactions for medical nnd educational purposes upon a scale of munificence Unit is truly surprising. 'V contemporary men tions eleven hospitals and educational institutions which ho either founded or benefited with gifts amounting to .C1,4S.",000. But these are only a few out of his many benevolences. Vet Ills modesty was as genuine as ...

JINDIVICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

J I X D I V I C K. I Mr Mackoy has intimated his intention ot delivering an address on FridayiJuno 12th, in ulace of June 5th, as l>e had another engagement on that dat«.' Sub joct-The Workers Compensation Ast. Mr Rentoul, Pcultry Expert, h is arranged to give a lecture in the Jindivick Mechanics' Hall on J uly 14th.

A MONSTER EEL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

A JIONSTKH EEL. An eel mea.siiriii£ more thnn ten feet in length caused the death ol a fisherman who cniijjht it, by drawing him tinder the water of! the Swetten liara pier, Singapore, the man's dead body was subsequently recovered.

LONG WARRY EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

LONG W A It It Y 13 AS T . x. .Tl\?yc,el2h^Mnp. "^nuirAoP'ot > the parents attended in the morn ing, when a programme of patrio tic songs and recitations was givon by the scholars, and Miss Challman, the tepcher, delivered an appropriate address. After the flag had been saluted the ladies provided lunch for the scholars, who were afcerwards dismissed for tho day.

INSURING MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 5 June 1914

I INSURING MOUNTAIN C'LDfHKRS. I umuc lu me lurgc numoer 01 ac i cidents occurring every year to moun ; tain climbers and tourists in the j Alps, several Swiss insurance enm j panics have established an accident j policy for the benefit of persons un i dertaking these mountain excursions. For a premium of sixpence a season, certain Alpine clubs oiler insurance to their members to the amount of about .CI 10s., with medical ca.re, etc., included. The amount of the premium is less where groups of five I or ten persons are insured togetlur. There is also an insurance policj is sued for the winter season agjinst ski and bobsleigh accidents in the Alps. 1931. To make potatoes dry and mealy when baked, put a fork at least twice into each potato to let the 'steam out. When baking grease the skins first with a little butter, and ; when cooked they will be beautifully i brown and crisp, with the glazed np 1 pearancc that makes them so appeti j S»"K

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