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

A CUHTAIN WIUNKLK. It is not generally known that it ft possible to darn lnce curtains rno«t ituvossfully am] nt a mininuitn of :imo and labour upon the machine f»oson the tension of the machine ind place the curtain in position, with i bit of fino plain not for the fonnda 'ion. Leave the pressor foot up. prnid nti the work back and forth with b« t' lands. When the darn is neatly fille<i ind tho edces caught. turn rind aeu icross. Tf carefully done the not car in eh*elv imitntod by this method ind many a curtain that has h«*»r 'n if] nside aa too worn for further bho restored to honourable Rorvioo. The host known onro for loam* In &

Pen Pioture of the Past. LOSS OF THE ROYAL GEORGE. HOW COWPER TOOK THE TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

Pen Pioture of the Past. i.oss oh' nn-: ROYAL <;i;or»;F.. now rowrKi: TOOK TIIK TU.\ CKDV. r<ovp.r'r; fine verges on "The Loss oi the Koyal t.'eorge" are tolerably well kiio^n, but. everyone is n«d so familiar with tho story of their origin. To^ni'its the <' i < of Cowper's li-V his 111 ind - as most, readers arc awar<"'-hung at times on the brink of insanity, and at tho time now referred to his ntilietion was jirn<*? ticnlly a t it* )»#»icr);I. The 7>iorninj? of the ilay on which this incident look |tlari? was dreary, cold, and . lull. A chilling mint which fillet! the air was succeeded by a driz zling rain. making nil nature cheer less. IVeply miserable, as usual, Cowper was hastily pacing his room backwards and forwards in a at a to of extreme agitation and distress, tho darKm-ss and gloominess with out augmenting the deeper dark ness within him. Ho wns humming to himself (ho nir of Handel's "March in Seipio," I...

EMOTIONS WHICH POISON THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

v.UOTiONS WHICH i'OlSON I1LUOD. It ia st-rango to reflect that th« .or© omotions should have a soriom .?..'t. on tin* blood. Yet it is »nid . ieai, anxiety are nmoiiR the uui.'tuis or beiitiiiionts WIiicIJ iuoraii> . (jiu- blood. It ha<< olten been aid that evil thoughts aro poisonous, tic* ttiMmng being that they corrupt Jier people, but tlio real fact is that ui'v poison our own bodies Natural >ts now declare that the venom oi .uakt'h is generated by anger and tear, md that it is collected in a special re .eptacie, and thence discharged at the, ibjeet of its anger or tear; and it iti uriher explained that the vame pro-* -oss takes place in the human body, in it that we liato no special organ tc .eeoive it, and it therefore disperses ii) lie blood, acting against ourselves in stead of for our protection. Ho that is it may, it is generally conceded that vo are literally poisoned by the eruo .oils nieiitioiHKl, and by any benti :ient or passion which upsot...

WITHOUT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

WITHOUT SLEEP. Tlio capacity of the great Napoleon lor v;ui 11^ t«<thout sloop is well known, but even ho had to succumb at timd to tlio need for rest. Indeed, it i» a notorious fact that no human being '.v.ii survive without occasional period: >f sleep. Nevertheless, there .8 living to-dav man of tvhom it is ftnt-ed on go»>J uthority that ho has not slept a min u<* for ton years, and yet retains his health and nanitv unimpaired. | His story is that twelve years ng'I ,'»«* was in photographic work, ?o which lie dcvoUxl himself with such '.<.»! and enthusiasm that for bovornl lays and nights he took no rest. Thou insomnia set in. and, becoming alarm Mi, he consulted physicians. Their ad 'ire, however, proved unavailing, end then came the discovery tha- the tow ?>f sleep ha<l produced no ill effects, lis brain ami nerves remained unaf ected, his appetite good, and ho war irtually increasing in weight. Since then his case has excit&a...

SUNNY [?] MAKE [?] LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

SUNNY l<u'» ....?.> Ai-AlviS i.iVKS. Lot us take t« . auiest, choicest. ?. uni»iest room .. .-h- uoiiso lor our -j UK room t.;«> ...^..icshop wiie.<* »?. . .11(1 bmi.» ;»: * up ami ;r:». u \li(l there «. a hay lummv. JO matter .» ..in in si i . i hrotigh vvfucii tm* ^oik! twin A\ ..<? .1 nature .-sunlight and pure air cm reeiy enter. This window shall bo the poem oi he iiuuM\ It shall give freedom ami ?cope tor eye and mind. Wo sn.ti tang picture on our walls that c;u ompare with the living and uverlaM ng nurtures which God shall paint io is through our ample window. Uo\\ iatvns, golden sunsets, the tonde ;reon and changing tints of spring ho glow AI sum/nor, the pomp of an iimn, tlio white of winter, storm am: . hino, glimmer and gloom-all Uiest SO can enjoy while we sit in our «hel ered room us the changing years rol. m. Dark rooms bring depression oi pirits, imparting a sonse of oonfine .jont, of isolation, of powerlessnes.s » hich is chilli...

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

PEACEFUL PARAGUAY. I'oraguay, the t * in* I n of the South American Ib-publ'io1--. lies about one thousand miles fti llnenos Aires up th^ I v i \ »ts Plato, Parana. and Paraguay, In llic on tro of Parjiii'my, about, t.iuetv iwil*v, from .Asuncion- t lie en |<i1.1! oily- by rail and bullock wairgons, nrr lo cated nil that is loft of t It" New Australians, uho, about twenty years disgustot\ wit'i 1he «'\is! . ing state 01 things in ci\ilisat ion, left the old Australia <?> lo-md a new (inf that should have iidiio of the faults hut all tho virtues of th" laml they had left behind tlic.n. Hut it "was a failure, t he ma t eria I was bad, the bunch of discontented one* gathered front all parts of Aus tralia rould not pull together, they all Had ideas as to what tho new Stale should Ik* like, but tho trouble was th<*y were all diiVrent, and al*l«T disagreeing for about twelve months Ibey agreed-to difl'er. And so, when tho socialistic para dise "busted,"...

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

CAKE OF HEALTH. While there aro sometimes excep tional conditions under which it may to for the j»o«xl that an indi vidual, here and there, may sacrifice lealth. happiness, and cvon life it it remains trne that the moral taw of benevolence prescribes quit-© a liferent course for most of us. What ever weakens our vitality and vigour 'iiakf-K us loss useful in our work, and in all our relations of life. If ex* Memo indulgence in any natural np petite docs this on one hand, so does its unnatural and excessive restraint jn the other. If we consider tho ap petite nf hunger, for instance, we shall »eo the eHert of gluttony on one hand, and of starvation on the other. No Jouht it is often much more diffieul* lo preserve a title moderation than t<: 40 to either extreme. It requires deli cate discrimination to discover just .vhat the hotly needs for its most per fect development, and a firmness of purpose to supply those needs in th< iirht proportions. Vet this is one o...

THE FARM. SULPHATE OF IRON AS A MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

THE FARM. ari-l'HATK OF 1I10X AH A M A N i;iiK. In tho fa(.t_ ,(t. ^ fnr 'hat top dressings of stil pii.ite of ii,Were found useful in "mY'.1"" t',''."'iUKh to whie.'i [ ,in ' ':: 1. riwninx in certain < i-sti ict* ,uo .subject, it is interest ing to examine fh.; opinions Of ivell .?"('An agricultural authorities and note the wi.-lf diversity of opinions expies.-ed on tiic use of this iron suit practical farming That iron sul phate vastly improves the colour of grass is well known to thosi whe Have used it for Kfttins rid of wecd.s oii lawin;. When the sulphate is lint applied to the lawn, it is inclined to urn the leaves of the grass black, ?ut after a r.n.v.yer or two of rain the ;rfs r;i!"'ily recovers, ami thr- leaves a^e on a rich dark-green colour. All authorities admit that the chlorr, phvll of ^r,.rn eolourintx matter ir. Plants cannot |,e formed without the pri.-.eme of iron. instance .\ J"' Hall. Director of (he Iiotha'instea-d ?.xperiment Station. who is oppose...

TO TEMPT AN INVALID. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

TEMPT AN INVALID. Never leave the food by a patinntV , -ide from meal to meal. ^ ? Serve everything as daintilv as pot> ! .ible. See that all is scrupulously clean. Never give large helpings. Don't ask what lie or she wouU ike, but lot the menu be a surprise. See nil the necessaries for a meal .ire,at. hand. Don't keep the patient, waiting while ! »-ou run for knife or f01 k. Aim at variety, perfection in rook ing. and each thing the best of it* kind. Never forget that a tiny vase ioui'is or ferns brightens up t. K\c!ude all friends and well-mean ini» disturbers during a meal, and lirectly after. Ilemember the groat art of invali' heeding and cooking i* to prepare t}-.. food in Mich a way that the digestion .veakem*<i by illness, is given the lea*' po^ihle work. Kor a poultice. add the white nf ;ui 1-1 gg to a mustard plaster to prevent or

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

Millionaire Adopts 300 Children. -? Kvery poor child in Tulsa, Okla, I'.S.A., is singing the praises of Charles Cag'-, a local millionaire, through whose generosity they were privileged to enjoy a daily outing during i ho hut summer months, ami who lias adopted iulo a home lie has juiiiitN'il *5nu [mor children. | and hopes to increase tlnr number , to a thousand. .War t lit" village, of Sand Springs, n suburb of Tul sa, Mr. Page owns six thousand acres. Mo has converted eighty acres .of the lorrst into one of the most complete parks in America, pari jVtiJ.-ir attention being paid to a playground for children. An in ter-urba?i railroad owned by Mr. Page connects the village and park j with the city. Kvery morning a .special car takes 'every child who cares to go to the park, and brings thorn back t<> town in the evening; free of charge. The larger boys in the permanent home on the es tate work on the farm in the sum mer. The larger girls work a num ber of hours each da...

HELEN KELLER'S WATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

HKLK.N KKI.LKH'S WATCHKS. The wonderful deaf and hIiml cir' vlio graduated from Ivadclitfe (.'o!lc>;< md who made an address at the St IjDiiis Kxpusition, has some very curi ous ami interesting watches. By one of them she can tell the time bv fil ing of it. There aro knobs on tiie rin: nf the watch, marking I.In? hours, am' a broad hand that moves around whei released by a spring, stopping at th** right- knob, whatever the tune may br When the watch had to bo sent ti :ts maker in Switzerland for repairs, 'liss Ke[| r was so iuconveui«n<o'i lat a friend, a watchmaker in Klin is, who heard of it resoived that she .hould not be put out in that wax again. So when he went to Switzer !and he had another watch made !ik« the first. I'sually the blind tell time by I " !i inn the hands <>f an ordinary w.iwh but a watch is soon injured in thai way.

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

SCIENCE QUERIES. (t'.y !?' IX : A 1: I.VI'IKN l.AKKIN.) -! tn'vrt for granted llt.it the earth is on enormous a rma tnre rotatini; in a ma^r.et ic field. W«» know that heat js j»r«mIin a solid iirmat'irc by eddv currents. earth iiml iiiMt, ntul c.iu5i> Viilciuiiics V A. -The earth is a huj;e ,i:'iiiii(ni'i! rot.itjn^ at ))ib speed iu the sun's magnetic lirbl. Masst-s of metal ami metallic oi'-'s in the earlh actually «-ut lines of magnet :c force extend ing from Ihc sun, and this I'aiiiml he dope without U'Ml'T.-' t i d'4 1I«m' an«.i elcvtncin. Mat hem.it ii s pro\es that the materials in a cut-out. sphere one thousand miles in dia nn'tcr, as tin1 central r«*tii«»n ot the earth, n re far hea\ier than any rucks in the surface la\ers. The o juMions deduced by Neweomb would a)! be satisfied j/ this ccn tral ulobe is as druse as gold or platinum. Therefore, beyond ti ny doubt huge masses of metal e\ist in the earth. Q.-I cannot see why the. law of conxenation flf energy should he eit...

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

I'HAI'TKi: XVII. Two days passed, and 1 >r. Tafton ' was-figuratively--prostrate at th^ i fort, of two young women. Jl'den had ; plung-r-d willi ardour into the w.ir^ J of assisting iu getting up a fair for' tlu1 purpose of establishing a scho-d. ! What wonders did these two -iris not ! perform ! Tln»>' rode about the conn- ' try b'hind .Monkey, and not only en- ! listed the sxmpathies of many who would not otherwise have eared whe- | flier the children of the poor were taught or not. hut had received sub : stantial support in money. It ha! long heen a p«t scheme of Dr. Tafton to establish this school, hnt he liad h al no enthusiastic assistance, am! the linko could he induced to do no more than give his consent to th" undertaking. Hut with IJelcu and Marion fo push the project, he was on the sun.- r>>ad to .success. lint, Helen and Marion found time to do other things as well. They were sitting in Marion's cosy bou doir one day- the third of th" ..islt - nviding letters...

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTER, OR. THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 11. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. HTJGK PKKSONATION KLLAUN. By S. W. Hopkins, Author u( Four BrnH.s ri:itcs," c(c., ci PART U. I .'HAPTEN XVI. Marlon Brooke lived n.> idle life. It must not ho .-aipposod tbut. her mornings were always r.t. her dispo sal, even for so worthy a cause as that in which wu 1 mve seca i,cr work ing side by side with gooil P:\ Taf ton. In the first piac,-. Airs. Ilrnoke was far from well, and ion's shoulders devolved most ,,f t In responsibility c,f household. of the servants bad vom-ined when Mr. Brooke pun lu.'.'-i d r!i,> v]:in. fn,m the tradesman, ».[," bad wn weary of residin;: in a ne;;rhbnar!,(K1,| where he was looked upon as an ititerlnper. T hlti wan ,Jijf to ttu' /iriimo.-. tf .v (nit towards iil.n Jiy tlir duke, who visit. Cd upon his bead all the wrath he felt towards bis s<ui fur sellin:* Marcbmcre t." a t:|ranker. And hrre it may be will to eNplaiu the rela tions existing between the Brookes and the haughty neighbour. Murchiiiere bad been ...

AIDS TO COLOUR IN FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

* All'S TO t'nl.oru IN KKtMT. Mr. («'. !\ Hcrry considers that al though eminent. authorities rt-ito there is always much more iron in the soil than is necessary for the colouring of fruits, tlicrc an; certain districts and certain soils where col ouring is very marked. . i At the ('arlisle Fruit Confess he instanced Hit; irn.»at variation of col ouring found in the Kast of Scot , land, from Berwick to Kincardine. He always added four stones per acre of sulphate of iron when prrparitii: for fruit planting, and in nine plan . tations uu»l'T_ his care, in dilTerent. ! counties, lie found that in the sen tions fertilised with potash there was earlier maturity and liner colour than in the case of the phosphate . and nitrogen plots. ; Ha advocated the application of : 1 U:\vt.. of sulphate of potash per acre : My ;i rood average dressing to secure irood colour in fruits. "Gardener's Magazine." . j Mr. .T. SalkeM. of Bnrwood, I'hrist charch, recently made ail experiment in j:''owiiiK luce...

WASTE LANDS ON FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

WASTE LANDS 0 i FARMS. ]( fanners g<:i<Lru!ly wore us carc less with their money as tliey are with their money's worth, then the amount , of interest would not be worth worrying over. Look at farms of good land that have a selling value of £20 to .C."0 per acre and it will be found that there are portions that are bringing in but a fractional part of what should be returned, and arc not paying currcnt interest on a capital value of twenty shillings an acre instead of C20. On many im proved and old-fashioned farms there are areas that were at one time soft boggy swamps, but for years past the swamps have been comparatively dry, yet no effort is made to rid the surface of the rushes or the bis tus socks. Tn the eyes of the owners the swamps are still swamps, although for years the surface has not held water. There is- another source of loss in production on agricultural farms, and this is tlic amount of ground tliit is made lmnrotitable. hv reason of stack allowe...

CHARACTER TRAINING IN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

CHAHAOTTCK TI{AIN'IN'G IN CUILDIUON. j The characters of men and worn*-.. ; re not formed in, or by, men and wo , .en »s siu:)j; they are formed in I he 1 .ii 1*1. and are developed in the adult, j t, is therefore of the first inipottancf j lint cap.» should he taken in the tonna ; «et' ol the* character of the child. It ! :omd not be loft to accident, ot ! lance. The einht or ten vears during { inch children are at school not only j rovides the "opportunity for impart ' :>ii knou'ltnl^e, but for incuicat i nc i ? i<ise habits of self-restraint, ron>eien j lotisne.ss, lidei i ty. honour and kind ! <'sr- wliirh are m.'<v!lu! aliko lor nidi j dual M>!f-rcsti'iiiiit and for national

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

PRACTICAL PROOF. A young collier with litorary anpirn ion.s courted n buxom mill lass, wh< svfused for a lotitf time to believe that he u ;i> really in earnest. Hut oiu uiorning she tunu-d up at the mill with a smiling ('ice, ami surprised her fr.end by proudly announcing her engagement "Then you're goin' to risk it, Sai. although you beiieve that he'll gre'.' tired of you some day." remarke<) on* of her companions^ at tlie loom. ( -erenely aiiMvered. -1 I know he low no now..m .1 didn't believe him when h .aid he'd go through tire an' water l<.. ? lie, or walk ovor hot plough-shares, o; throw hisnelf under t he feet of wild bosses, 'cos 1 knew he'd got all that fort of ruhhish out of a hook. 1JM when he dropped tnlkin' poetry, an' said he'd .^ell hi> dog and buy a Sunday hat vi' t'money if I'd only walk out wi }>im, I knew ho mount, business."

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

WILL LAST FOR CENTURIES. From timo to time discussions aris* »s to the probable duration of our con. supply. Viu\st ioned on the subject recently an expert gave it as his opinion thai at the present rate of consmnption i ivould Inst at least 3/30 years longer .\on if the mines are not carried t« a lower depth tiian 4000 feet. As. however, it. is regarded as probable ihat mining can be carried on at a considerably lower deptli, this period may l-e much extended. Apart from this, however, th«' authority pointed out that ns tinn ^oes on we shall prow far more eronn ;:iical in our use of coal than at pre *ent, as discoveries are being made ami utilised in the direction of obtaining the maximum of heat from the fuel. In this connection he referred to thu enormous waste of heat that takes place* in the case of tho ordinary do mestic grate, which in course of timo will inevitably give place to mori« scientific contrivances, thus adding Uroat-ly to tho timo tho coal will last»

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT K.[?] W. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT K. W 5. Concerning so'ne p;irts <>f the district news cornea but seldom. This is n it the fault i.f th« Kdiior, fur lie 1ms no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in nil the places in tlio area of circulation. It is the fault <>f re«id e^ts id the silent places. Will sorm- man <>r w m 111 take the matter ..n hand and cause the silence t ? cease ? If no one else is doin^ it for Your di-trict, will YOU t,r_v "ti these Iiuch ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or nei^lib <i : lis (I, .-ucl: us we ldings, < 1 . a111s, nocid | ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. | 1).) not bother ab mt grammar or j spelling , it is the ICditoi's worlc t j |.i ilt af;er these tufles. Tire barest ; skeleton i> enough. J Write o:i one side of the paper niily. J (ji-re information, but let criticism ul me, ! Write your nnine in sdiiic e :nser ; not for printin;,', but to pro...

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