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

HAPPY INSTINCT. 11 Not long ngo, n certain farmer well known for his violent temper, | uied a local horso dealer in the county ; rourt. Ho had bought a horso, which tho I dealer had guaranteed to ho 41 quiet to ride and drive," and ho now sought \ to rocovor tho amount paid for the animal. j In stating his case, Farmer Hothead ; lost his temper moro than once, and 1 had to ho frequently admonished b; 'judtge. ( One of tho witnesses for the* defence. ! n former owner of the horso in que*. J »jon. declared that the animal wa< [ " u^solutelv without vice." I " As ncainst that," observed thf j judge. 14 Former Hothead asserts tlint j the animal is vicious-that it ran ; iwnv and smashed his trap to Bplio* j lei* m j 44 ^Vll." snid tho witness, M7 ; ni"! !..'! hivf» believed that he would ! '».??< ji«nv from nnvbodv, but if' * u "f I've seen of the nlnintiP ' . " " 1 think it likelv ho did rui I <" and 'rirn* me if I ran blame tin I ft w:i*"'t vioc, though...

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

Ladies' Column. An 'Effective Dreoa of wide Chant illy Laco partly veiled by a. draped Tunic of Delft blue Chiffon. Sec tions of while Taffeta embroidered in Delft Blue form Points on the Bodice and the 3hort handing Panel on the Front of the Skirt. The Taffeta Sleeves arc -finished by embroidered Cuffs. The draped Belt of black Velvet Is trimmed at the left Side of the Front by a Cluster of Roses. Square Sections of Lacc arc mounted on the Top of the Skirt.

A[?]MS FOR MARRIED WOMEN By Max O'Roll. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

A-kiJJS 1'Oil ji.UlUlKD WOJliiiN By Max Oltoll. toll your husband that you liro him this or that (or dinner, anu aot what ho usks for, because you know A'hat is best for hun. A man will wil lingly yield to tho woman no loves, ht ffill maiw :»uj ac»i:»jc she require. ?>ut he w,'.; .. .ciiu.y draw u»e lino a. >t.nng to. . .-it is ,,ood toi mm, T.»o ..fing ot a man craves fo iberty. 1. in- in mn in real po-.sessioi jf it, giw hun sometimes a e.ianee o fancying ho is. He will bo grateful t< you for this delicate net of considers lion, and boast thai ho i> one of tin iucky married men ali»olut<»!.« fi**o ti io as they cnoose. lie will Mng you. praises and :naM« your reputation. Let your riti-diand pofwi about. In liouso to ms in'ait « tv.mleni. 1 kti<> cnon who dale not change the place » a picture m their own Iioum*, for fenj of being uneered at by their wives. AY hen lots of people require your at tention in \our IIOUM», and you have t« repl...

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

MEN AND HORSES. (f.y l-XULKT Jirr.llAKH.) An Kmbassy nltwin' in l'»er!in sends me a circular that is be inp distributed thnr.ii;h the (ler man anny. A free translation of this circular is ns follows : ".Men and Hursts : In i ho itrmy c»f Lh«? latherland horses have always played an important pari. Wo owe a i-n'at debt to our horses, for rer viec ))Oth in times of war and peace. "And it. is hoped that all ^ood sol diers will see to it that the right.?; of our dumb brothers are respected. "(,)ur horses are entitled to food, water, bedding, and shelter, just exactly as a trooper is. " Ibn, beyond this it must be re membered that a horse should not be insulted or distressed, either by cruel treatment or vehement lun tfUMtf.'. " To curse a horse is just, as bail as to curse a man. "Perhaps it is worse, since a man may strike back, but the horse praetjeaUy "within our power. "'Die courage of the horse comes from the eourat;* of the rider. Alone he is timid and nervous. Sec to it that he i...

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

VANITY MACHINE. (llv (JAURKTT ['. ^KHVISS.) A I reach in\'vntor has contrived ;m iin;»rf>\<mI means of fluttering hu niiui vanity, in the form of an nil to ph«-1 o^niph[y machine, wiUtNN t of>raphi«- machine, with aid i Ih« sitter ran dinii::c noir* own pose and arrange hi.* mvn cxpr',s .don. without the intervention of a ' hird person. All h<- has I * r do is to plan' him self on a :)too! *1,1 - i11'* the ma chine, look into a mirror, !ix 1iit* hair, and his m-ek-t jet and Kinduate h,s simh* to suit his mood (»t hi* f.iiitT, ami then drop m coin in n slot, or, ii' i! is a private ma chine. «»v. r.ed by himself, to'icli n !>»111 on, whereupon the merhanNm 'tm to work, Jiil.t"- hi-. photograph, develops it, transfers it to card, fixes it . ami. at the end or three ?ninuf»\*>, delivers the finished pho tograph. in a permanent, form, in a l»o\ at the bottom cf the appa ' Ih»' entire process is clYected 1>V mi'mip: Hi* .i s\stem of ''lctro-ni.-u: rat...

Drouin Sports. President—Mr. T. R. Noall. Vice-Presidents—Messrs F. R. Morrison, R. Slocomb and W. McDonald. Stewards for Log [?]hopping— Messrs F. R. Morrison, W. McDonald and R. Slocomb. Pedestrian & BicycleStewards—Messrs S. Tolley, D. P. Casey, H. H. Pettit, A. Kopp, R. Pease, J. Elliott, R. P. Lanigan, W. Ainsworth, H. Higgs, F.Harper, G. Tolliday, C. W. Parry. Judges—Mr W. Tritschler, Log Chopping; Messrs E. J. Hayes, W. Young&F. McGorliick, Pedestrain. Sarters—Log Chopping. Mr A. Hutchison; Pedestrian, Mr. C. Colquhoun; Assistant Starter, Mr W. B. McDonald. Protest Committee —Messrs W. McDonald, H. H. Pettit, G. V. Stephen, D. P. Casey, E. J. Hayes, T. R. Noall and F. Morrison. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

^ ( Drouin Sports. I President-Mr. T. It. Ntmll. Vice Presidents-Messrs F. R. Morrison, R. Slocomb and VV. McDonald. Stewards for Log C'lioppinR MOSBI'h F. R, Morrison, W. M'.'Don nld mid R. Sloeoml). Pedestrian <?i BieycleStewards-Messrs S. Tolley, D. P. Uuaoy. II. H. Pettit, A. Kopp, R. Pease, J. Elliott, U. P. Luni^an, W. Ainswortl), 11. HiRK\ F. Harp or, G. Tolliday, (!. \V. I 'a r r y. Judges-Mr \V. Tritschler, Log Chopping; Messrs F. .1. H:\ycs, W. Young & F. Mcfiorliiuk, Ped -striiui. Starters-Loj; Chopping Mr A. Hutchison; Pedestrian, MrC. Col ((uiioun ; Assistant Startor, Mr W. H. McDonald. Protest Committee -Mossrs W. McDonald, 11. H. Pottit, O. V. Stephen, D. P. Uas-y, K. J. Hayes, T. U. Noall and b\ Morrison. The annual sports of the l)n>uin Sports Club look piaco on Moil day on tho local Recreation ground and proved a highly huc ccssful function. There wan a largo attend ince, over £27 being takon at tho Kates. Tho weather was all that could bo des...

ACTED WORSE THAN THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

Al'TKIi WOKS]-; THAN TIN..; lluiisi-;. Th»' tiM party froui 11m? omii (ry <111<! h>'V .small M>n wen: driving lotuwn wImmi a hi i.no iuol or-car hore down upon Uu'iu. Tin.' lu»vs«» Was l»;nlly t t'no< I ;i in I lu'^an lo praiu'f, whrri'Oi'un th-' «*111 lailv leaped ;jiul w.ivi'il wildly \o the? ehauflcnr, hcreatnin^ al the (op her mire. '1'ln* ehalTeur stepped the car mul ottered U» hoip to get the horse past. "That's all right," said the hoy who remained composedly in the carriage, "1 can manage the horse. Vou just lead mother past."

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

Drouin Mechanics' ! Institute. i Tho annual meeting of the Drouin ! Mechanici' Institute was held on 1 Wednesday evening, when there were II members present. Mr S. II. I McDonald (Vice-Presidont) occupied the chair. The minutes of the last annual meeting were read and continued. KKI'OKT AMI) It A I. A SVK-SH KET. Tiie following report and balance sheet were read by the hon. iee. (Mr | \V, Young) as follows i It in again my pie mint; duty to place before you b dance-sheet which must be considered generally .satis- j faetory. The total receipts fur the I year were £I'J<> I (is IU, as compared | withi'-OS I'Js Id in previous yrnr, [ but the deficiency is caused by a de- I crease in the Government Grant. The loc d rec eipts wore -IT61 l^s 9d, as compared with A'1(50 o<i lid, hut in the ootailod items we have some wide variations, 'l'iie amount received for hire of hall shows an increase of i'32 lis over previous year, ha' members subscriptions h ive talien off£'...

Fed by a Shepherd's Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

Fed by a Shepherd's Dog. One morning; a Scottish shepherd went to inspect his flock among I In* Grainpion Hills. His little boy of four years old accompanied him. A mist began to rise, and the sh"p licrtl hurried on, leaving Ms little boy at a spot where he said he would return to him. Th^ f.ig grew denser, And some i itut* passed before the shepherd had rounded his flock. When he returned to look for his child, ho could not find him. He called long and loud, lint there was no answer. Thou In* himself lost his way, and not (ill tin- mu.m rose was ho ablo to trace his way home. The little hoy had not re turned, mid all the next day Ids parents searched in vain. His dog, on receiving" the accustomed ban nock iu the morning, scampered otV at ftill speed across the moor and was away all day. Next, morning the samo thins occurred. The fol lowing1 day tin; shepherd followed the dog. with the cake in his month, and watched him enter a ca\e. Wlu'n he. came up. there way his child unhurt, se...

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

District News. JIN'DIVK'K. On Saturday night last tho annual meeting of the subscribers of tho Mechanics' was hold when a large number was present. The chair was occupied by the presi dent, Mr H. Petschack. The secretary read tho minutes of the last annual meeting, which were confirmed. The balance-sheet was next read showing a small debit balance, as a good deal of necess ary impro/einents was carried out during tho past two years, those together with the general maintenance raised the overdraft, which tho committeo hope to ve duco shortly. Mr Palmer moved a vote of thanks to tho retiring ollioer. (carried). MrPotschack returned thanks for the officers and him self. Mr Wisowould was elected President for tho ensuing year; Vico-Presidents, Messrs Callag iian and F. Condon ; Treasurer .\!r \V. Holt; Auditor, Mr >! Ivimsden ; Committeo, Messrs Protty, Peel, Palmor, Pineott, Petschack, Hamsden, Wise would, Callaghan, Condon, Car land, Holt and MaLmey. The annual event of tho hall wi...

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

Straightening- a Tenon Saw. After tho toiion sn\r hnr; h<""'n s<M nud liUnl quite a numhor of timos it will bncomo slack and kinky along lhe yaw lm>th Jf the Straightening o Tenon Saw saw is properly ctmstnicU-d, one tap of the hammer oil the back nt tin extreme etui will straight on it. in stantly. -A. It. in the -'Scientific Auicrican."

A FEARFUL LEAP. FELL 217 FEET AND LIVED [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

* A FEARFUL LEAP. KK1.1. 12 IT 1KKT A Nil I'erhaps I lie most evt.n-.or, fall thai ,i h'.iiimn ln'iny fl)T Sl( vived is (fiat described |,\ man!>y in "Sporting Stories ? Tin- lucky man was Colon.! NiHj;,,. Yorke M",.,*.'. m Uritish ».ty;i-,r u.; 1 rode his horse ir, \]ir dark u\,-r sheer pr. ciphv two hundred fort;, -si*', en i*?*? L in heighl-am] oil f alive f Colonel M'lin'i', who the troops at Potninica, hist. hU way one evening ailer Minsr(. jM complete darkness ho oiuli-jvo>ire<| t" make Ins way home. Two ..r Uir time.-. lie had dilliculty in i-i;t last ll:cy came to something Iiis horse cross obstacles, and m the horse would not face. Moore was a fearless rider : and again lie* rode his hur>e at full speed against t!u» unknown <*1 ;\rl^ hut in vain. At last, urged lienvK l\\ whip and spur, the t»-rrxr . ,1 ;iMj. ma!, willi a .snort of terror. ; i he low hedge-for such the ohsirnr. (iMft proved to be-and w<.t mv.. the rliff. Cohmel Moor...

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

A Cheap Rake. Tools im>m m.'iH-y. ami li Ih tii' 11? LI. 1 e Lit hull"- 1 III- I nil'1 in ill niitKinu 1 ti.-m K w<-11 !.|"'iit is a j,'no,! t > i? ? I \\ liirli a ^a \ > ll«' liml> \i-l'\ lisi'Pil I'M' in.u tlif M.il Iii-(m.I'.mi 111 ? . I,ul 1-usts III III- til lua!.I.'. ']'}).. in i-.tii of all <>1<! fasll ^ank'ti ;«y n!i>>\\ii in I I, nn'l part »>i* n w "i n i«'it nn.1 irfjuirrtl. Y<>u Uinu'U "Hi t ho h<H> Ifa'l from t handy, as in Fitf. inr.ort ilm fork, as shuwn in Kift. ami Uio tmil is rmnpltito.

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

TOST FOR E\ KKVON'K. Most blind and (leaf people :\v not nearly so sersiiivo ahout W: ii alllicliojis as wo think they aft'. Th> ' ]Vj'f Times,' for instance, tells tin? story. The railway chairman was explain intr his re-urbanisation of the stati. and came to Sprites. The chief shareholder jrasped "Spri{ri*s ! What on earth can !:r do V Why, ho is so deal \hnt hf. can't h -ar thunder ! What \>- -'? h.ive .vim Afivcn hinj ?" "I think you will a^ree." retiirmv the chairman, stilly, "that the d: rectors understood t heir business thoroughly. Mr. Spriirus will at tend each day and hear all Com plaints j'r»ua passengers " "I've ^'i a pnetti." he said, when lie had secured the attention of tin. editor. ".My dear sir. that piireon-holi? i-e filled wsili poems awaiting pnhlica* t i o 11." "l»ui this d"-cril>es the virtues <>1 the Acii" I 'esi r"\ cr. and I will pay live shillings a line to have it printed." : i< I ihe author. "Ah. charminir f I'm .ylad to ...

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

Skew . vlmter and Co. ? SI uGK FARM, . & riHA^GiAL AGENTS AUCT1 N SALES AT WAKUAGCI.-liVliUV THURSDAY, of CaUlc, Su c(> nn.l Pign. AVAHHAGITI--Evurj SEv'OM) THURS DAY, of Fai Firs. (bo<t Bujers Attend.) WAK:;AGl'L - QUAKTERLY, Hors BDSVlf-MOSTill.Y, ..( Cattle, Shrop Jt Pig>, !? Vfi; F>'UUTH ?iaTCKL>AX, Hi .\lr StMtVs Tsrds. ACCOUNT SALES 4. rUOCEEDS ON UAl OK SAl.fC. CK-nriny M«I«k Komi* ,\« s«liaie«A. \ i.in.ilionk ,llnd« AGENIS FO!t THB SCOTTISH, UNION t NATIONAL FlllK INSUHAJicK CO. WAUUAGUL WHEKl.Y MARKET. THURSDAY. FEB. 5. AT THK11, YAKUB Opposite R*ilway Trucking Yurda. At 12 o'clock Slmrp 0~rai6'wiritr'»»eitV A(C.^v, »-ai.aiT«.,th._ I'or Owner* 8 Cows, fat 15 do milkers 25 do Forvrard springers 20 do backward 15 Heifers 2 years old 20 do IS months 12 do Yearlings 40 eheep STORE FIG DAY. SKEWS HO'Tnat A CO, Wa r.gul. BUXVIP MONTHLV StI-ii at Mil. STAC.'.VS YAltDS. SATURDAY. 28th FKIi. At 1 v.'Clwck. QKEWS, IIUNTEK & CO. Sell « J5 under 1...

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

Established 1877-1914-37 Sears. PUBLISHED ISYEUY FRIDAY EVENING, Circulates extensively through out the Shire of Buln Buln, anu Farts of the Adjoining Shires ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUMS OF ADVERTISING. If you iia-vo Aiivtliing* to Dispose of, or wish to make your Business a Success, Advertise in this Popular Journal. MODERATE CHARGES. Accurate & Eelia-tile Reports of all Meetings and Gatherings held throughout the District. News items Welcomed. Correspondence Invited. LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Subscribers enrolled at any time. SUBSCRIPTION-2s 6d per quarter or '.OP per annum, Posted to Any Address., OFFICE : Opposite Post Office, Drouin. Hcadache, Indigestion,, Constipation and Biliousness. The imment© number of orders for Frootoidr., sent by poat direct to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that th»* Public appreciate their aplendid curing power over tho above-named complaints. Frontoid* are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are immensely more valuable than an ordin...

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

Church News. On Sunday morning the balance sheet ol the recent bazaar in aid of die Rinnan Catholic Church was read to the congregation. Tho takings amounted to £224 -Is, and the nett proceeds to £1'J3 12s. The joint hon. secretaries, Messrs K. MeGorliek ;ind L. Hart, were presented with souve nirs in recognition of their efforts aa secretaries to tho bazaar committee. The congregation decided to purchase an organ for the church. Tho annual meeting of Christ Church, Drouin, was link! on Wed nesday evening, the Uov. 11. do Putron-Hitchcock occupying the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The balance-sheet was then presented which showed a credit balance for the year of £4. It was decided that the Hoard of Guurdinns should con sist of eiuht members, and the follow ing gentlemen were elected :-Messrs R. Boon and Elliott, elected by the Rev. II. de Putron-Hitchcock, and Messrs Reed, W. U. Morton, B. L. Boon, Nethorcote, C. I'arry and Dr. Covven, elected ...

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

- Til'-. (Hippslnnli jrnncpciii) FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1914. S'i'ORil.-During the thunderstorm on Sunday afternoon a haystack on the property of Mr Cornish, of Lord nsr, was mruck by lightning through tlio centre and was destroyed by lire before any of the hay could he rescu ed. PLUZES.-A t the Caledonian gather ingat Btmy ip last week, Master Iiviin Hunt, of Drouin, was awarded so;otul prizes for the best dressed Imldie, 12 years and under, and the best dresaed laddie (local), 16 yi arH and under. BARGAINS.-A. R. Henderson & Co. wish to notify the public that Ihoir summer clearing sal« will commence on Saturday. 7th February, when there will be bargains ir. every de p:iri ment. TENDER -Tho tenders of Messrs I. Cook and J. Watts for works on the Drouin lo Wanagul road hove been accepted by tho Main Roads Board. SAI.ES.- [n this issue Geo. V. Stephen advertises particulars of n land aalo to be held at bis office in Main Street, Drouin, at 12 o'clock on Tuesday next; and a clear...

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

TOE NEW COLOURS. Now colours and shaded e'Toeta rtr important features. " MuKhroom M i t comparatively now shade. supplart in^ " champagne," which was used niunli last year. li Kust " colour ha? many followers, but proves so ven trving that a woman is bravo indeed ivlio will attempt to wear " rust r without combining it with just a sup; ge.stimi of pale blue, violet or whito at the nock. An authority on tho subject has said that there arc over a bun riml shades of green. It does not mhmi. possible that tlie ey<? could detoct sc many cha-nges of the ono colour, but when a shopper essays to match a iiroon the search i« usually fruitless, nnd this partly proves the assertion. I'hero are enough browns to fill an on tiro article if ono attempted to do scribe thorn, and tlio tiino-Iionounw) blues aro still with us. I'urple. aim divst and violet r,hades como with t)»< spring-time, and when carefully select ed aro becoming alike to blonde and brunette.

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

Midinettes' Wager. « For n hot si.\ luidmot»'v; brloriKinu lo a u'f'l!-Kn<»un |*«ri.s dressmaking rst.nhlishnjent. ha\e e,ul. mil and mado a fashionable dr»'-;s during a jouffiov nf lueri'y niin'Kns in a ' t ul >».?'' train. TIp» wn;. «.f pink rhifion, :?» n< I »;i>;ned in the Infest. sfyl<? with draped furu'* and lavish ornamentation. The design was only submitted in Uie midineUt'S as they ix<*i into (he train. As M>nn ns tlif train be/»an to iihi\(! the six i*°l 1 wm'l. They had drawn up u very elabo rate schedule 1 ><"f»»r<**ni: i' I. and ea«ii hud her pari i«*u1ar ta«.k set out. Om« nf l hem ilia'!'* one sleeve, .-ill ot litT |]|,« nil ior, anoih oy Dip bodice, and Hip fourth tin* skirl, while the lift ii and si\f h put. 0:1 ! he h<<nks nnd eyes and attached the trim mings. Ar. the coud uef <<r culled «»uf the name of Ui'1 lir-t siafb-n but one on t he t u ni...

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