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Orchard Notes. E. E. Pescott, F.L S., Principal, School of Horticulture, Burnley. PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

I | Orchard Notes. E. E. Peecott, F.L S., Principal, | School of Horticulture, Burnley. PLANTING. The time has now arrived when the general planting of deciduous fruit trees will take place. The soil should have previously been j well ploughed and subsoiled, and, as far as possible, drained. I Certainly, to insure satisfactory I results, the orchard must be sub I.soiled..._WtierA-ftjnfip.s.« .fio.n. tho orchard trie been planted, it will be impossible to subsoil. When planting out, the dis tance between the trees will be determined by the kinds to he planted. For ordinary deciduous fruiting trees it is the custom in this State to plant them JO feet apart in the rows, the rows also being 20 feet apart. Results have) proved this to be a satisfactory ! practice. Almond trees may be : planted 15 or 16 feet apart each , way ; while walnuts, owing to ! their spreading habit, require a : distance of 30 feet each way. j Deep planting is not advocated, j the general practice being that j the...

Football. DROUIN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

Football. DROUIN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. The following: is the positions of the clubs in the Drouin Football Association : T"<i I "e Malchos Clubs Pfay«d VTi '? rouin I/)Dgir*rrj f> Liarrner Tt inpwarrv K Drouin W.-st DROUIN V LONGNVARKY EAST. Drouin journeyed to Longwarry East on Saturday afternoon and had rather an easy win, by kick ing 10 gJs 9 hhiin (69 poin's) to, 1 gl 9 bhds (15 points). There | was a large attendance of spectators, and the ladies pro vided refreshments, which were greatly appreciated. The scores I of the match were as follow : lit quarter | Drouin 2 goifls 2 blici» Longwarry tCuii 1 l>l)d j 2nd quarter I Drouin 1 goal 3 hhdi i LonyWarrj Eh»i 3 I'lids 3id quarter Drouin 3 yoal* | LoiiRW irry Ent 1 go»l 2 hhds T.i-ul -IJ...uin 10 9 blid«, Long. I ?*arrj Knal J gcul 9 Mida. I

MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

MELBOURNE MARKKAS. The Gippsland and Northern Co- ' jperative Selling Co., LtJ., report ' under date of 18th June : - Butter - The supply o( butter j arriving from the Northern States | this week, added to Victorian pro j duction, was ample for local require- j nients. The market was firm, choicest | is selling at Is 2d. choice Is lj/<>d,good ! to prime Is l^jd to Is Id, stored and, seconds lid to Is, saparators 10J.-<d,' dairies 9id to lOd. Cheese-Supplies fair, demand good , Prime new loaf 8Ad, medium sizes 8'^d to SJ-^d, semi-matured 8J/<5d to ' 9d. and matured !M to 9i-ocl. : E,'gs-Quantities to hand this wo.)k sl,o*v a marked increase, and on Tuesday a reduction of Id to 2d per dozen took place, and a lusher decrease of 2d per dozen to-day (Thursday), ord'nary lines Is 2d, new 1 lid Is 3d, duck eggs Is 2d, Presir>eJ ejgs Is. Bacon - Prime light sides 9Ad, medium weights 8^;>d. heavies 8d, . middles lOd to lOJ^d, hams lOJd, ; jackets 8J-...

WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

WARRAG U IJ MVUKliT. Skews, Hunter ntid Co, report havm* ho'd their usual w«. klr mlc at their Warra»ul yards on Thursday, 18?h JUIIP, wlnn there w «s a h^lii ju'dmg of both (tin® and ci"l . Piie s fn» tML'* wen v«ty finu and amnll pigs Mil s'ore* ihnwed h sharp iiJVHDC" ~ri la'c quo-a- j ti nn. C:»U o were ra'her e<8iur, hut no'lnn^ oho wing qu-ility w*i yarded They quote :- i V m-Suck-rn 12* 6.1, l i Cd in 15i 61. ilip-* 20-", 22n t<> 2!Ja, Btorrs 25a, 3la, iI2* io 42*. p iki"» 31* 6 1, 359, 45< t<- 49a 6d, ifC'iiiiiH Go*, GO-1, OSs, 7Si, BOi to Sy*, dry s«tws 66 . £h<*t*j--V4 d crossbred ewe# ICa lid, IH t«» f«f 18' 2d, croa.ihied wether# 22 Gd, ditto r»-t 37s, forward cmdition lnmb» 13a to 15« 5d. -V'**' c 'W» -noitfhta t 1 «V iicr* "l/y i"'i"i Ou/wyed lower ; milkers ? nd -prniiie s, poor '.oi y irded ; f.ir cows t'7 -o £7 10it others fmm £6 to £6 10d, inferior from £5, backward cowa £5 5* to £6 i>* ; sprinifii'£ heif...

CENTRAL GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

CENTRAL GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. Results of Wednesday's matches: j -'Trafalgar beat Loiigwarry ; Iona beat Yarrapion ; VVasraRiil beat Bun ; yip. i

NEERIM ASSOCIATION. JINDIVICK V. NEERIM STH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

NEERIM ASSOCIATION. . JINDIYICK V. NEERIM 3TH. I These teams met on the form- j er's ground and were well repre- [ sented. Jindivick was captained . by.Horace Peel and South team j by D. Colquhoun. The match re sulted in a victory for Neerim South by 1 point, the scores being 1st quarter-Neerim South 1 I goal, Jindivick 2 goals 5 bhds. 2nd quarter-Neerim South 2 goals 3 bhds, Jindiyick 1 goal 1 If i'i*atvit/fV ~ / 4th quarter-Neerim South 1 bhd, Jindivick 2 bhds. Final-Neerim South 4 goals 6 bhds (29 points), Jindivick 3 goals lObhds (28 points). Goal kickers for Neerim South were F. Ban1, S. Barr, Burns, Rodger; and for Jindivick, L. Clarke, F. Wisesvould and D. Maine. This match will probably be played over again as we hear that South team played 19 men and Jindivick in the last quarter only had 17 men, one of thoir players ' being injured. Jindivick teitn do ! not care to win on protests, j

DRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

DRAW. The following is the drzrr of the Drouin Footbull Association, matches to te played on ih© ground of thf> tint-named team :. JUNK 27 Lardner v Lonnrra'-ry E<st Jjongwarry South v Drouin Drouin W e»t * bye .IULY4 Drouin r Laiduer X»o<ig«*arry Eatt r Drouin Writ Longwarry South * bye JULY 11 1 "Larduer v Longirarry S«'Uth Drouin West r Dniuiu JLongwarry Eaft h by©

DROUIN WEST V LONGWARRY S. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

DKOUIN WES I' V I.ONGWARIiy Longwarry South were defeated : ia their match against Drouin West on the latter ground on j Saturday. The final Bcores were: -Drouin West 6 gls 10 bhds (46 , points) Longwarry South 3 gls 4 bhds (22 points). !

Federal Issues. ELECTORAL SQUIBS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

Federal Issues. ELECTORAL SQUIBS. On Wednesdpy the Labor majority in the Senate decided to present an inordinately long address to the Govenor-General, asking liim to place Parliament in possession of the strite nenta by which Ministers induced him to e'r^ut a Double Dissolution. To the matter of fact business man all that may seem to bo sheer waste of time. "We know the position taken up by Mr Cook and his c.-lhagues," he remarks, "they h.ive asserted for many months that there in a deadlock, that nothing can bo hoped from the present House. You may think their position sound, you may think it unsound, but there has never beou the slightest mystery about the matter, so why appeal to His Excellency to tell us what we already know, and have known for months ?" All which is sound, as far as it goes, but as a General Election is close at hand, it does not go nearly far enough. " The poeple of the less populous --"iUi.i;uV,' liiiVt, ' tii'e " Oii'ulc Ministry has handed it over bound ha...

NEERIM JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

N E E K I M ,7 U N C 'J' I 0 X Mr P. Farleigh, wlio liaji liofn also as an axeman, is leaving the district for New South Wales. He has been a valuable member of the North Football Club, and occupied the position of Captain for several seasons. Owing: to the short notice of his removal, a Bocial function was arranged by the President of the Club (Mr C. G Barr), and it took place at the Neerim South hotel on Saturday, 13th inst, after the match between North and South clubs. There was a good attendance, over which Mr Barr presided. Owing to illness Mr Farleigh was un fortunately unable to be present, but his health was most enthusi astically drunk. A beautjful gold medal, suitably instribed, has since been handed to Mr Farleigh as a token of esteem from the club members, who wish their comrade all sorts of good things in the future.

Market Reports. PRODUCE MART. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

Market Reports. PRODUCE MART. , !l It. I':i!mer report» »a fiillew* : - J ^ . 3, |,, (js (j() (],,2. Cuulif] w.m ! r ? 8. il z ; Currols, Is (id to 2* o. z : i i In Cd to 2« ilnz ; Svii'i'u-. 1 .2h lioz J Tun»«i», 1» cd u z ? , I tiin{'kiii ?, i. 8^ (i- ; Marrnnn, ,'ia In , .V ?_. z : M.-|..,is, (Jj t" d"z ; Uliubxrh I - l» . .. 2- (!? z ; A pplt's, 3.i tu -Is cimi ; : !iii IT. !- .,i 1- Jd |, . E(jS,i j, 5 , (|, z . | IIi.MII, .)* 4 Oil jinf ; Uraltoj, 7« In I0< i pair. i \Vu nlnr> Kiro highest pric-s for ikinJ ana Indus. I

Birthday Honours. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

Birthday Honours. Honours bestowed by His Majesty the Kins on the anniversary ol !>!*. birthday (Juno 3), the of which litis been deferred "llUl . anniversary (if tin- Coronation (Jum 2°), include the creation of four no neeragos, and the bestowal of an earldom, four Privy Council lorshiljN eight baronetcies, and 28 knighthoods K.C.M.G. Knights Commander or the Ordei of St. Michael and St. George. MR. WILLIAM HILL IRVINE' bL'D. K,Q, Attorney Genet.il of the Comawmvealtb of Austral a. ^ I Sir William Irvine is oowm the , ! twentieth year of his public li ^ , viinistrv c-uiic into offrcc as <\ - ! ot that election, and when five^ years , ! later the Ministry of the late N | 1 All-in McLean succeeded Sir Willi. V e xcepted theoffieeof Attorney. General. Ho became leader ot tin Opposition in 1300, when tlio st-conj j Turner Ministry came into ofii<x. an ^ j two yeaM later, vvhein St ! Turner had juned the lukral Ministry, and when Sir Aloxandei Peaco-k had taken...

Wood Chop. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

Wood Chop. The wood, cut hj 'Iir working bee (organised by th- Rev. B. Crisp) on 8th inst, lias iieen safely delivered to its triple lestination, and the following are the throe letters of thanks from the three respective SuperiuiendonfW ; Central Mission, Melbourne, i 1 tli June, 1914. To the Workers at Drouin who Attended the Wnrking Bee on June 8. My Dear Friends, The Rev. B. Crisp has just informed me of the fine results of your work nnd of the gift that will bring to the Central Mission a truck of firoweod for relief. 1 cannot adequately tell you what this will mean to our poor folks. We give shelter every night to forty men, and your gift will keep the fire going- through the cold even ings so that some comfort will come to many who were it not for our shelter would have to sleep out with out any cover at all. I understand that your group of workers repre sented others than members ot the Methodist Church and 1 want you to believe that we very sincerely ap preciate the-kindnes...

The Indomitable Scot. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

The Indomitable Scot. 1 A West Country Scot, who had engaged in tho manufacture of a certain description of goods then recently introduced into that part of tho country, found it necessary, or conjectured it might be profit able, to establish a permanent con nection with some respectable house in London. With this design he packed up a quantity of goods, equipped himself for the journey, and departed. Upon Ids arrival ho made diligent inquiry as to those who were likely to prove his best customers, and accordingly proceed ; ed to call upon one of tho most opulent drapers, with whom he re solved to establish a regular cor respondence. When Saunders enter ed the shop in question he found it crowded with . custoi»ei*«s, and the salesman all bustling about mak ing sales, and displaying their . .4 c o nnrrhnsPPS. lull of business laid down his pack, his bonnet, and stall upon the counter, and inquired for "the head o' the hoose." One of the clerks asked him what he wanted. "I'm waitin' t...

Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

Church News. Catholic Church -Sumlny, Jun« 28 M.ISECB-Wnrrngul 9 and 11, Ytspen 7, Drouin !), LonRivarry 11. CHCBCH 01" EMGI.AXD-Sunday next Drouin 11 a.m. and 7 |>.m-, Longwurry S. uih 2.45; July l«t-Alhlona 8 p.m.; July and-Longarry South 8 u.m.^ Iter. B. T. Syer. METHODIST CHURCH - Diouin 11 ami 7, ifortb "/Lunyip 7. Mr IJrmy ; Longwmrrj 7. Supply: Nccrim South II, Cro«BOT«r 3, Ktcrim 7, llr Rowlands ; Ilokeby 11, Ncerim South 7, Mr liicharde. PHESBYTEKIAK Ciiuiicu - Drouin II, and 7. Jindirick 3, Kev. H. E. Hunt ; Drouin We-t 7, Mr W. Young ; Keerim Junction 11, Nueriin N.K. .1, Xecrim South 7, ilr McKtnzir, Next Sunday the Rev. H. E. Hunt will conduct his farewell services in the Drouin Presbyterian Church. At the evening service Misa Evans will render a sacrod solo. The Rev. Goodall has been appointed by the Presbytery of Flinders to conduct the services of the Presbyterian charge in this dis trict during the months of July and August, during wljjch time arrange ments will ...

Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

Tennis. On Saturday, 13th inst, a team of tennis players from the Rokeby G'lub visited Buln Buln and played a match with a second team, the result being a win by one game for Buln Buln. The scot es were : Mixed Doubles Miss H. Osier and E. Hawkins (B) beat Miss E. Freckleton and S. Hiek »on (R) 10-I Mrs Milncr and Handly (B) beat Mrs McColl and H. Barber (R) 10-7 Gent's Doubles W. Handly and Milner (B) lost to S. Hickson and H. Gunstonc- (R). 9-10 E. Hawkins and Iiandly (13) lost' to A. Ellis and H. Barber (R), 5-10 i Ladies' Doubles Misses E. Hawkins and T. Handly (B) beat Miss E. Freckleton and Mrs McColl (R) 7-4

District News. LONG WARRY SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

District News. [.From Our Own Correspondents.] LONG \Vr A It It Y S 0 U T II A football match took place on Saturday on the local ground be tvVfon the Longwarry South school boys and a combined team AUlk'iHi aiuj Orotiin South schools and resulted in a win for L"11-" warry South, the scores being 4 goals ? behiuds to 1_ goal 3 be hind". For the winners Day, Tolley and Cheetham played well, whilo for the losers Hanley was most prominent. The Member for Gipp<land West, Mr Mackey, addressed a meeting of the electors in the local school on Monday night on ihe Worker's Compensation Act, and explained in detail how it affected farmers particularly and their workmen. At the conclu sion of the address Mr Coster moved and Mr J. Preston second ed a hearty vote of [hunks to the speaker. Owing to the threaten ing nature of (lie weather and the darknops of the night the at toiidaiicn was not «jnito so Rood . is it could be. There was a large gathering at the Mechanics' Hall on Saturda...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 26 June 1914

They, wha the worm# winter cndvirt, Wt lcome thoe, Woods' Peppurniiot Cure. JNe*th ihj g*y wrapper h ijrrup liei slortd. Worth all the whisk} ibui ev. r van poured. Boit throat, bronehitu, urid gastric cfct&irb C&nnot prcvrtii where th/ Yotan'M aie ; Fragrant kuiJ comforting, eoi ihing and euro, Hail to Ibee ! Wo« dh' Ci:rAt repperniint Cure. Tiis GIPI'SLAND & NORTHERN Co oi'ehative SELLING CO. LTD. Ka« been appointed tho wholesale dife tributing agents for tho GippslaJ'-V Qo-onerutivQ Bacon Curing Co. Ltd; DuttdehOHg. Aik your grocer for Dandenoni; Bacon. J»r Brtmhi*! Coagbi, Uk« Vfo»d«' Qrtal l*app<riaial Cur*, la Sd,! WONDEItFUL KECOYE K V. -i TWO LITTLE GIRLS RELIEVED OF THREAD WORMS 13V OO.M STOCK'S ''DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. A {intent proof uf the thorough manner in winch Conistock'f "De..d Shot" Worm Pellets eradica e Iliread worms is tl'O .-la'etnenl mudc by Mm Maud Tongue, "f Edw*rd-street, Chatters Tnireu, Qneeni-Iaiid. This iatly'fl two ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 3 July 1914

THE GIPPSLAND & NORTHERN CO OPERATIVE SELLING CO. LTD. h;<» been appointed the wiiokssile dis tribuUng agents for tin- (Jipjisl ind Co-operattvc Bacon Curing Cu. Ltd Dandenong. Ask your grocer loi Dandenong Bacun. Picsic MODEL intuit Disc Or .in phone in P: Faraglier's window; no trumpet, required. C,-<o i d- up ;ind lo'jks making a Immis . n . cabinet can carry 'n dozen mv ".Is I'own price £4 10s; other i;s- cu i!iin«»« from £"i is ; fine stout. >f ( 'ivn-U. all a I town prices. L Hcattothe Dcctorl COMES THE l\I arses' A TESTIMONY TO PS Elf ENTC til 10 1 tuniu i 1 BucVmvl, tn An-m, Col.u,«. V.c,2-'r'\ CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. I know Clements Tout is used extensively by the profession, and nurses know its value and are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spirited, and I gave her Clements Tonic. A few doses made a change for the better, she rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it gave her health and strength and soon put her on her feet...

A Dovetail Joint Puzzle. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 3 July 1914

A Dovetail Joint Puzzle. 1 A simple but very ingenious example in joinery is illustrated. In the finished piece, Kite. 1, the dovetail nppenrs on each side of the square stick of wood, the illus tration, of course, shows only two sides, iho other two are identical. The Joint is. separable, and each part. ing, lake two pieccs of wood, pre ferably of contrasting colours, sucli as cherry and walnut or mahogany and boxwood, about l§in. square andN of any length desired. Cut the dovolnil on one end of eacli stick as shown in Kit?. drive to gether and then piano off the trian gular corners marked A. The end of each piece after the dovetails are cut appear ns shown in Fig. 3f the lines marking the path of the dovetail through the stick. I

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