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WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
WARRAGUL MARKET. Skaws, Hunter anU Co. report h»nng hold their usual weukly aal« «t &lt;h. ir Warragul yards on Thursday, llrh Jun.», when there was a good yarding of cattle and priooa vrore rather tailor, except in the cise of good backward and furwurd i ap&lt;ingers, *hich nuintiintd their high j v-lue ; haidly any piya yarded and price# j were about equal to Into quotations, i They quote : - 1 Shuep -Prime lambs 22a, store croaa ! hrod ewos 17« Id to 17^ od. ! Cattle -if.11 c»wa £t> 4a, forward con | ditiou cow* £4 10«, £5 to £0 03, store j ditto £3 to £3 16a, low conditioned from I 1'3. ngod 40* to 50s ; milkers and j springi-ns, nothing rery good yarded ; i f*ir c >ws £7 to £8, othors from £G, a^ed : lower, backward cows £5 10A to £0 JUa, j others from £4 10* to £5 ; ^ptiu_ioy j | h'ifera, superior (,'ood condition hnfor, \ | from £S 2i 6d io £8 7* Gd, oth rs from I I £5 10« to £G 10s, ditto 2 yoars £3 10* to , j £i 10«, ditto 12 months 35i to 45 , lut-. I...
NEERIM SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
x E !t i .« so u r 11 Cr W. Stephens lias notified th;it ho will not seek re-election tTve of uio '"jNTj'rUT itiunig^'uf Tile Bulp Bull) Shire Council. It in hoped that a township man will be found as a candidate. Last week Messrs Hopkins Bros, who recently disposed of their business, were entertained at a fiir'-well social by members ot the Methodist Church. Mr W. H. Hopkins was the recipient of a gold medal from the. Recbnbite Tenf. The vacancy on the- School Committee caused by Mr W. H. Hopkins' removal from the dis trict, lifls been filled by the nom ination of Cr. Stephens, who kas been elected Chairman.
JINDIVICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
J I N I) I V I C K. On Monday, 8th inst, the half yearly meeting of the Oddfellows' Lodge was held, a good number of members being present. The Secretary read the balance-sheet showing a credit balance of £566 invested in fixed deposits. Al though the Lodge has been very fortunate since its inception so j far as sick pay is concerned, a , considerable sum has been paid j out to sick members during the j past 12 months. A vote of thanks | was accorded to tho retiring j officers. Mr Loutit wa« re-elected i auditor. The following officers ! "were installed for tho ensuing six j months:-G.M., Bro. S. W. Holt; i KG., Bro. F. Condon ; R S.N.G., I Bro. A. li. Petschack; L.S.N.G., i Bro. F. Collins; V..G Bro. Wm. Clark; R.S.V G, P.G. Bro. R. Holt; L.S.V.G., Bro. Carland; WaVden, P.G. Bro. \V. Holt. Oil Friday night last, Mr Mackey gave a very satisfactory j explanation of the Workers' Com pensation Act. The whole of the addreBB appeared in a recent issue of this paper, with all the premi um...
Cow Peas in Dairying. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Cow Peas in Dairying. The first point is that certain varieties of cow peas are hotter suited for some purposes than others, as the growers r alise that from the special adaptation of certain varieties greater profits are obtained. While there are to be found among the large number of varieties grown certain ones suited to special purposes, they may easily be made more valuable for these special purposes by proper selection. For the production of hay, the habit of the vine has to be upright, with a large proportion of ieaves, and the stems not coarse. Varieties that have these qualities are Whippoor will, Southdown, Calico. White, Brown Eye, Extra Early Brown Eye, Iron, Clay, Wonderful and Black. If intended for hay anil the land is needed early in the autumn, or if the c-op of cow peas is to follow some other crop, an early or medium early variety would be better suited, such as Whippoorwill, Kuuthdown, the Brown Eye and Calico for medium o.iriy, and New Era and Warren's Extra Earl...
Silo Construction. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Silo Construction. "I notice," writes a corres- j P'mdent to " The Loader,"' "thatj a subscriber wants to know about"; a silo for five cows. My experi- j ence may be of use to him ami ; others. I have 26 acres of land. ! and from five to seven ROWS. 1 Last summer I built a cement block, silo, size 10 x 20 feet, with roof of boards and prepirad rub ber roofing. Before building this silo I was warned that for a small herd like mine a silo would not be profitable. This has not been the case with me, as I consider ! this silo one of the best invest-j ! men in ever made on my farm, | and when filled to its full cnpac j iiy will be enough to feed five cows for.six months. This silo cost me £33 complete. As tor filling machinery, one of my neighbors has a large size feed cutter, to which I made a 30 feet carrier costing 30s, while the power is furnished by vaseline engine. It took me three days to fill this silo, with one man and a boy to drive team, and itrequir Kooil liny, Iraiof.-I II (...
NEERIM JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
N E E it I M J U N C T I 0 X On Wednesday, 10th mat, the annual ball in aid of the Warra gul District Hospital was held in the Neerim Junction Hall, and although the weather was most unfavorable there was a Kood at tendance, but not an large as on previous occasions. The com mittee (with Miss C. English as secretarv) made elaborate pre parations, and those present spent a most enjoyable time. The . financial result is not yet known, ibut it is not expected to be quite ?up to former years. Sfor Bronchial Co ghs, t*k* Wo*i?' Gr«i . U Id.
Kooweerup Water Supply. REPORT OF OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Kooweerup Water Supply. REPORT OF OFFICIALS. Mr Keuat, M.L.A., has received I interesting correspondence re pjardinK the storage o_f_wuto_r__f\t could be made that would giye plenty of water for irrigation pur poses, these basins would not be large enough to carry a flood like 1911. It is Mr Keasi's intention ! to call public meetings on the | swamp within the next fortnight, ] to explain the latest Government ! scheme. | Mi Cattanach, of the Water. Supply Commission, wrote, stat ing:- | "In regard to your several conver sations with me on the question of a storage on tho Bunyip River, and to the effect of this construction on the Koovveerup Swamp problem, I wish to forward a report by our Mr Chic chi on the flow of the Bunjip ai&lt;l Tarago rivers. In view of the tu rnout made as to the efficiency ol a storage on the Bunyip River in the direction of preventing the flooding of the swamp, 1 would specially call your attention to the last paragraph, which states that no storag...
Neerim South Police Court. FRIDAY, 12th JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Neenm South Police Court. FRIDAY, 12th JUNE. Before Messrs Duncan, Ward j and Gray, JV.P. I A number of cases (the first since tlio enforcement of the j Width of Tyres Act in the Shiro ! of Bulii Buhl) were dealt with. Thu informant was Constable ; Ellis. Mr Friend (Gr;iy and, Friend) prosecuted on behalf ol ! the Council, and Mr Dunn ap- j peared for llie defendants. ] The case against Robert Beng- j tsson, of Nuerim North, was the I first one heard. Me was charged with carrying a greater weight on a waggon than allowed by the Regulations, being 57 cwt, over weight. He was fined £1 8s 6d, being 6d per cwt, with £1 8s 9d costs. Frank Lnwo for a similar ofF once, I>oinx 64 cwt over weight, wii.s fini'd £1 12m, heinjjr 6d pt-r i cwt, costs. A Juliti l*.»r tt niiiiiiur offance was fined £1 16s 6d, beirtg 73 cwt overweight p.t 6d per cwt, with £1 Ss 9d costs. George Millard for a similar offence was fined £1 14 , 1,0 G8 cwl over weight at 6d per cwt. For not having his name paint ed ...
District News. ATHLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
District News. A T It L O N E . A dance in aid of the Athlone Cricket Club, which was held in the Longwarry East hall on the 3rd inst., was not a finiacial suc cess owing to there not being enough ladies present as some of the young men who came went home again before changing. The Athlone lads seemed to be doomed to disappointment as their foot ball dance last- year also ran them jn debt owing to ibe bad weather on the night of the:rdunce. The following i.s a list of aver ages of the Athlon-* Cricket Club for the season ended : - B itting : L. Julian and G. Treadwell made j exactly the same number of runs and averaged 8,94 per innings with J. Drew a very close third with S.71, the next berig W. Smethurst with an average of 5. Drew had the highest individual scores being 45 runs against Nth Poowong. Rowling : J. Drew secured 31 wickets for an average .."si.A.C!, .?>».'*»)rr J> o t\n wick&ts for an avoro^H of 13.81. / Divine service will 6e conduct- | ed nt the State sc...
Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1 Stephen, G. V. 2 Winters, J. J. 3 Cnlquhoun, (J, i M.rl .lr, W. H. 5 Butttrr Ktc'ttiy 6 Hayes' F-imily Hotel 7 C-Sr-y, D. I'. 8 HcndernoH, A. II. 9 Pease and S'tnn 10 [l-rnriliiMi, L-.rdiier ri'>->d 11 liaclchouao, Skn.urr and Hamilton 12 Shiro Hall, Diouin (W. Young, aecro tary) J3 Fuhrmmin, W C. Cmnti.unication full, wiiii/ places iM^.bourno la Lonflrrarry 2d Oartiuld 2d Pnkentifun 4d Narrowairen Gd Dandelion^ yd 8d Yarn-gem 2d Liulu fiiuln '" lid Neerim 4d Nueiim SiH 4d Nueiim N. Upprr Monndarra CoalviJltJ B^rra Darnum Joua may bo had with ihf Od 8d C:i 4d 2d 2d Warraijul Bunyip N*t tutrix Prtkenhm IioriricK 0*kloiBlj Trnfalgur Moo Neerini Ea Noprini Ju nflwer Nariacin lViirnsdaU; Lind.-n..w M-lraa Cro«»,iTiT Id 2d n .'3d , K 4d &lt;; I 8 I ;h 2d In st 3d nc.4d 4d Od IK 10d 1= 41 2d 3d For Chloric Chest Complaints, Woods Urtat Peppermint Cure, 1« Id.
Farewell Banquet at Longwarry. TO MR. J. J. MAHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Farewell Banquet at Longwarry. TO MR. J. J. MAHER. N t ,i Ma- - r, tho . al S.M., who had rti-i i\ed i «.. ice to (...Id himself in readiness fur n traiiffer was on Tues day, 9th inst, tendered a farewell banquet in the Hall. Mr James, who has been closely associated with Mr Waherinconnrctir.il with local com mittees, presided over a small but thoroughly representative meeting of townspeople. In proposing the toast ot the Kecreatior Ground Com nittee, Mr Proctor hiphly euU>ni-ed the late Secretary, who had, he declared, been the chief cause of itf phenomenal success. He trusted that a united effort would be made to maintain th&lt;> high standard which the annual carnival had reached. The President (Mr Gaffney) in re sponding, said that he pledged him self that night that thero would be no relaxation of effort 011 the part of the Committee and that he would personally render all the service he could to the incoming .Secretary. Air Chisholm (Treasurer) said that day anil...
THE DEAD SEA A HEALTH RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
THK PKAI> SKA A HliALTH KKSOKT. Sir .Joim &lt;Jray i TiIi, a Palestine explorer, h&lt;-Iirves that the curative value of the wallers of (he Peart Sen will snint' day make its shores a place of resort, in the winter months lor curative purposes. " £ hav.- found the use of th»i Pead 3ea. wat«T most invi^orut in^," he says, "f >jet a .supply at. my houso brought in old petroleum tins 011 donkey hark, and um» it. somewhat diluted for m\ morning tub." It may he some time bofor»» the inva lid tide sots thai, way, but the other attractions of t ho country should aid its popularity." "POCK the baby talk yet ?" nske&lt;l a /riend of the family of the little brother, "No," repliod the little brother, disgustedly. "Ho don't need to taik. All he has to do is yell, and lie gotH everything in the hau.se worth having.." 1033.
Engineer's Salary. REQUEST FOR INCREASE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Engineer's Salary. REQUEST FOR INCREASE At tlu- meeting of the Buhl Buln whiri' Council lust week, a letter was received from the Warragul Shire recommending an allowance of £30 per annum to the Engineer pending decision as to payment of commission by Country Roads Board. The I'resident wondered what was implied bv pending the decision of the Country Roads Board as to pay ment o! commission. He asked if tiio rise would he refunded if the Board made a liberal allowance Or Woolstencroft - The Board makes the payment, and wo have to pay half. Or Hayes understood the Board would allow up to 5 por cent to the Engineer. It was time they knew their position. Cr Woolstencroft-Tho Engineer does not seem to know what be is to receive from the Board, which was most u'ifair. The Engineer said the Beard was not. fixing any commission until tl o end of the year. Me couldn't do tiiv Shiro work of both Sliirt-n without keeping miNiHt.'ip tH, imd ho K'ot notli «M»t «>r the JL'AOO. II«. Ntu-.l ho ...
Tennis Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Tennis Ball. I The Drouin Tennis Club held the annual ball on Friday evening in the Mechanics' Hall, there be ing about 40 couples present. The hall vras tastefully decorated, the color scheme being dark terra cotta and ivy green. Two largo baskets filled with flowers, out of which came festoons -uKi trailers of green, were suspended from the centre of the hall. Adding to the effect was a large mirror placed on the floor at the stage end of the hall. The stage was prettily decorated with ferns. Gabriel's Band, comprising piano, violin and flute, was engaged for the occasion. The music was up to-date and added greatly to the enjoyment of the dancers, who made the scene very gay with their beautiful dresses of various colors. The supper was laid out in the ! Lodgeroom, the tables having 1 or their floral decoration scarlet Virginia creeper, and were laden with all kinds of dainties, provid ed by the members of the club and friends. The Club is to bo complimented on the way the arrange...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
IIOW TO N HUT HA MSB DANGEKOUS .STOMACH AC'llJS. Kcit ppoplo I e.i 'e physicians rcoli-o tlio imp rUnci' of knpnj; 1 lie r- (id c.-nlcnt? i.f tlic st"in-.:cli. f'i'i' fmni ncitl fcMiKMiiutinn. UenltliT n.riiial il'jji'i-tiuii Ciinn.it, take place while llie tleiieuii' lining of tbc i* baiim ii.ll.Hied and ih-tendi-d 1>J acid and wind- In.' n'.-iills "f fcrmt-iiting fin d in tlio i-twiui'li. Tu frciire perfect cjit'c.-li'in, fiTinontntinn must be -[ ?pp.'il &lt;i r |i'crfnit'&lt;l, and die acid &lt;it'ii iali-I'd . I1', -r I hi' Juli'p >&lt;i' physicians n- mi 'I v rcc timnnd nclling M litiIt; lii-mull d mill.'Ill-Mil rf til thi t ?|i"ini«i and inking hulf a tensp'.iinfiil in ii hi i if b I ur i; Id n iri immi'diatt'lj alter i-miiif.'. Tln-jr lec'iiiiucnd lii.Miiaiod ninnursia bet1 iit it is pleaf iini in tuke. lias no diaagreealilo afior rlTccts, and iusinnlly s>i p» fermentation, ni'iiirali.-rs i In' ncid mid makes the suur acid food bland, ...
Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 19 June 1914
Church News. Catholic Church -Sundny, June '21 - MIIEFCF-Wnringul 0 at"1 H> Vesperi 7, HoWhv '.I. Nee im South 11. CiinHCii or EKOI.AHP-Sunday neit Drouin 11:1.111 Mid 7 p.T, l'.rtmly Creek 2.45, He* H. T. Sycr. METHODIST CIIURCII - Uiouin 11. Long narry Month 3, Mr Piivis ; Lonnwarry 11 30, Jtude'.la 3. Drouin 7, Her. B. Ori p ; (iarfKld 11, I'.unyip S, Hunjip 7, Mr Diu>y ; K prim 11. Neeiim Kn>t 3. Nrerim Houth 7, ";#rm7USouth 11, Roltebj 2.30, Ncerim Junction 7, Mr McKunzif.
A Notorious Outlaw. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914
A Notorious Outlaw. On February 20, 1S95, a cable gram from America, Mated that Hilly the Kid had been shot by Pat Garrett. Billy tho Kid, ostensibly a cowboy, was in reality an armed guard and paid inurderar, The "rango war" in New1 Mexico wns at its height. Tho men who ownod cnttle and those who owned sheep were at deadly.feud with ono.anothei and it was a question whether cattle or sheep should occupy the ranges. Hilly hire*.! himself to ihe cittlo owners, and stalked shepherds as men stalk game. His aim was deadly ; his cunning almost super human. When the "range war" was ended by the military authorities, Hilly turned bandit, and gathering round him n gang of desperadoes, robbed lonely ranches and murdered their inmates, until his name became a terror and a byword. At, last even the "Wild West" got its "dander" up, and decided that Billy the Kid was to be hunted down. They said that Pat CJnrrett, .sheriff, or chief const able, was the man to do it. Driving up to the outlaw's la...
Dogs Distribute Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914
Dogs Distribute Disease. Two of the most learned French professors of 1 Ho Pasteur Institute have issued the following warning : "Ueware of your pet dog." Street dogs of Marseilles have been found suil'ering froni the dread ful Indian "black pest." in Jndia this disease usually attacks dogs, and as many as ninety-eight per rent, die from its ravages. The 5>&lt;>uihcrti parts of Itnlv and Algeria of tho "Mediterranean pest.vv" This disease does not confinc it self to the dogs themselves, but i&lt; enrried by parasites to human be ings, and, singularly enough, nearly always attacks children from the ages of six months to three years. Tho child becomes feverish and ner vous, goes into a decline, and gra dually wastes awny. Out of three hundred cases under special study only two per cent, have recovered. At the present time (ircat Uritain: is immune from any danger in this' direction, and sullieiently protected against any such likelihood by the complete prohibitio...