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SPEED UNDER SAIL. FAMOUS CLIPPER'S EXPLOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

SPEED UNDER SAIL. FAMOUS CJ.IPI'EH'S KXI'l.OlTS. One of til- fastest nailing vessels in tho world was tho full-rigged ?'ship Red Jacket, built by licacon George Thomas of Rockland, Maine in ISu.'f. The vessel was l feet long over all, 44 feet 6 inches beam, and re gistered 2,»00 tons. Her foremast j was 80 feet long, mainmast. !'2 t'cet. ini/.zenmast 82. She was strongly built, with a white oak frame, and was' handsomely finished, in board and outboard. In January 1951 tho Red Jackot sailed from Liverpool. There was great excitement over n'as also bring built ni IloclJnnri the clipper Live Yankee, by Horace Merriam, mid this 1600-ton ship was launched shortly after tho lied .Jncket. Jict.i were freely laic] as to which of these two clippers would make tho fastest time across the Atlantic and far heavier wages upon the abil ity of tho Red .Jacket to beat exist ing records were made. A RECORD VOYAGE. The best passage up to that time was 13 days and 19 hours, New York to Liverpool, by ...

Football. DROUIN FOOTBALL, ASSOCIATION. DROUIN WEST V. LONGWARRY EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

Football. DUOU1N' FOOTBALL, ASSOCIATION. DROUIN WEST V. LONGWARRY EAST. A large number of spectators wit nessed tho match between these clubs on the Longwarry East ground on Saturday afternoon. . The game was evenly contested throughout, and ended in a victory for Drouin West by 4 points, the. final scores being-Drouin West 5 goals 4 be hinds, Lnngwarry East 4 coals G be lunds. McLarty umpired the game impartially. Tho players were hos pitably entertained at afternoon tea I by tho ladies.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

Skews, Hunter and Co. 9 STOCK FARM, LAND & FINANCIAL AGENT > AUCTION SALES AT WARRAGUL-EVERY THURSDAY, of Cattle, Sheep an>l Pigs, IV VHRAGur-Everj SECOND THURS DAY, of Fat Pigs. (Best Buyers Attcutl.) WAR II AG UL - QU AR I'ERLY, Horse Sale, BUNYIP-MONTHLY, of Cottle. Sheep & Pigs, Every FOURTH SATUKDAI, at Air Staccy's Yards. ACCOUNT SALES & PROCEEDS ON DAY OF SALE. conducted. iVcptiialcd. Valuations Mart* AGENTS FOK THE SOOI'TISsH, UNION k NATIONAL FIRE l.S'SUKANCE CO. VVA RU A GU IJ WHISK LY MA K K BT. THURSDAY. JULY 1G. AT THK1H YARDS Opposite Railway Trucking Yards. At 12 o'clock Sharp SK.V:\YS, 1113 XT KU CO will offer tlio follinvinu' Stuck, ice 8 do, stores 7 do newly calved 15 do, forward springers 12 do backward springers 6 Heifers, springers 14 do two years old 20 do poddies 10 Steer poddies 30 fat sheep FAT PIG DAY. SKEWS HUNTER & CO, Warrngul. BCSVIP IHOM'HI.Y SAM3. AT MR. STAGUY'S YARDS. SATURDAY. 25th JULY. At 1 o'clock. SKEWS, H...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

x H E PUJ3LISII E D liVEUY l^lllDAY KYENING, Circulates extensively through out the Shire of Buin Buln9 ami Parts of tho. ArHninino billies. ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUMS OF ADVERTISING. If you have Anything to Dispose of, or wish to make your Business a Success, Advertise in this Popular Journal. MODERATE CHARGES. Accurate & Sellable Eeports of all Meetings and Gatherings held throughout the District. Correspondence Invited. LITERARY SUPPLEMENT.' Subscribers enrolled at any time. SUBSCRIPTION7-'2a 6d per quarter, or 'Op per annum, Posted to Any Address. OFFICE : \)»posile 'Post Oilicc, Dicuiui. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. Frootoidn, aunt by poet direct to the I'ro prictor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their nplendid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids art? elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; tlicy are immensely more valuable tb-'Ui an ordinary aperient; they remove from the blood, tissue*, and interna! organs,...

District News. CROSSOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

District News. [From Our Own Correspondents.] 0 ROSS O V : It. O'i tlie return journey from their visit to Neerim district, the Governor - General and Lady Ferguson stopped at Crossover station for u few minutes' ch U with the school children and poople assembled there. Th ; origi nal intention was that tho Vioe R<*gul Party wore to visit the school, but tilia arrangement had to bo cancelled owing to wnnt. of time. It, was only a few minutes before the arrival of the train that definite nnws regard ins; the stay at. Crossover was received, and, in consequence, tho gathering was not so large as it, otherwise would have been. When their Excellencies came out of tho car, tho children Hans tho National Anthem, and immediately after wards two little school ^irls pre sented Lady Ferguson with bouquets of roses. After a few minutes of gonial conversation svitl' tho assemblage the party boarded the train and steamed iis o r h o w 11 " t h;; > rr-Kg mn 1! a ri c f i>» quito ...

COMMON MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

COMMG. t MISTAKES. We are nil mistaken af times, bu1 | wo should not object to have our or j rors pointed out with a view to then ; correct ion. Here are some of Hit mistakes tlmt. are of frequent occur vence. You are mistaken If you think that, the more you ea the fatter unci stronger you heroine. If you think that the more hours t child studies at school the faster i will learn. In concluding th.it. exercise he.ini healthful, the more violent or exhaust inn it is the more good it will do. | It) imagining that every hour takei from sleep is nn hour gained. In thinking that the smallest, root, in the house is large enough to alet'i in. In advising another to take a rem edy which you hav" tried on yourself without special inquiry whether al the conditions arc alike. I In eating without an appetite, o j -rnntimiing to eat after it lias been sat I isfied, merely to gratify the tasto j

KLEPTOMANIA. STEALING FROM THE BIG STORES. REMARKABLE CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

KLEPTOMANIA. STEAUNO FHOM TITF, BIC, STORKS. KRMARICAHMi CASKS. Recent coses have called attention to the prevalence of the stealing from shop counters which goes oil among well-to-do and "respectnblc people. It is one of the most per plexing problems with which the management of a shop, especially of tho large store with many de partments, has to deal. WHnt, tho financial value of the articles stolen amounts to in the course of the year no large establishment can say with any certainty ; but each of these has on tho average roughly about one case of detected theft a day. At Christmas, when the tempta tion and the apparent chances of immunity from detection are greater one shop has caught ns many as 10 pilferers in a single day ; but what proportion those who are caught bear to thoso who success fully get away with their plunder no one can approximately Ruess. Nor is there any limit to the curious perhaps she still has-a pn^sion for stealing' gropes. When, after r while, as became n...

WHY SOME WOMEN ARE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

WHY SOME WOMEN ARE POOR. | Horanso oven ns^ their incomes in They 'Jo not keep an account of bo* much they spend. They do not watch the was to in thi kitchen. They indulge their tastes foo full}''. They allow their children to forn i extravagant tastes and habits whicl , mnst be entered to at nil costs. They allow themselves to bo irapofl ed upon. They have too groat. a regard for ftp ponranco3 AI.mvp all, they have n»»ver hee) brrmu'ht up to appreciate the tfu value of money.

THE FARM. THE INCOME-BEARING VALUE OF A SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

THE FARM. THE INCOME-BEARING! TALUK OF A 8HKEP. ; To ascertain what a sheep will ro Jturn anntiallj to a farmer i" not an I ca's-* ^ matter, for there aro so many (considerations involved: The particu lar breed of eheep used according to the class of country and climate ; ! ^ le ^ce wool and of mutton ; proximity to market, etc. Wo have all ! kiwis of climate here. Open ami v,-ell sheltered country with a mild climate will show a high lambing Percentage, bushfelled farms and rough runs with I a severer climato will return a lcs , sened and cheaper type of wool in the former case, and a smaller lambin" percentage in both cases. In some provinces, again, quite a number of back-country graziers make n special ity of rearing, store animals for sale to the sheep fattening farmer of the richer land raoro adjacent to market. On the top of this there are good and had seasons, which may easily affcct th« returns. There may he said to be five kinds of sheep farming carried on in New : ci>....

WHO MAKES THE BEST HUSBAND? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

Will) -MAKKS H1K BEST iiUSJJAxND? Girls not out of their teens are apt o scorn t he idea of marrying tho quiet, taicl vouni* num. tho fellow who plods lion^ hke u cart-horse, at thy same »a«.:e eo»ry day. They prefer somebody v w .. brdJianee is shown in every word tO tit NTH. *3 It i> j u > t possible that tho quiet fornix man wiii make the best hue )nml in ih<» world. Of course, ho maj 3i» stubborn ;md stingy, and unablo u nwii u\or«' r'.v.n iJJ liN. or £3 a week. Hut, o'.hw fiii'-'v-.s /./m'mierod, he ouj'hi ".»» a : <m-'.'tal ly i'.ochI husband. Tm-ii i h? K' i> U'.e nther one whe ride* a hubby. li<* is either an ador able h;is:.a:;d »»r a perfect nuisance. It ail depriM.- <m tiie witVs point of vim* Some uornen like to see their husband: suound the hou-e as much a^ possible Other* prefer that lie attend to the !ar<;e uf !it\\ and keep out o) tho way at home as much as possible For the former there is the amateui .a...

HOW MUCH IS REQUIRED? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

HOW MUCH IS KEQL'IRED? Not even the spacious bedrooms of (j;vIaco contain enough air to last un I uospfiere above the limit of physiologi ; mpurity in the morning. Neither t : public nor the law yet recognise:* t ; litfortmee between cubic feet of sp:u J mcl cubic feet of air. Neither in b« » : ooms nor anywhere else is ii pra | i-.'iMo to provide an adequate numb j i cubic ft»t»t of space to sU.'hce \v;i »'»<.. . :ili;ation ; whereas v<ry few cu .or of space wijj Mitllce if venlih;ti« -..isiired that the cubic feet of air suj ,>;;ed arc adequate. The value of s'^an .ideed. is merely to make the nrob.e. f ventilation ea.sv, obviating the .uJty crear<*d by draughts. Hor/ev. your bedroom, then, you must hat. .\ore cubic t'eel of air during the ni: ia.ii those originally eonta<n- d in f .nit; when vn;i uo to b.-d, and f<>; ? urposc you must, havo the wiudo >pen. Similarly, tlio chimney must n ,vays bo open"; to put the shu...

THE LONELINESS OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

TITS LONELINESS OF AGE. il -v.- fow of lis treat- with tondernesi : <.i (*o;isKl'*ra<iv'ii tlmse v. .. jiavc out uvil I'neir lalmn, iiiki vsiiosi* ear* y companion* aii<f frii'nn.- !i:iv*» hvi-n aJu-ij j j-. >111 i'lfii.'! 'i'ij.-v ix'i'c-^iirily ivc to a <_ri.:it ix'.oni a -\-<rd ol Jk*ir iv illi wliieii t .).>-«. armnd )n:n art. iv-i. faniiiuw. - .!. i-o.ii nun :iii: M tli'.ir hoar's aiv '.Mr .-ih-..uc >f tlie i> . . ( and tfn' c >. .oa. i .»n- iJ who have In.i . a-r-t . way. Liver a'al f:S? <i. < 1'aw iu-en uJu-n frmn J)»*»r*i. ?t'"f -««.*»u.-tir> ..aiu'c'.-v laid ii: dark >k /. ». lorm :iu-y adurrcd a:ul lnv<*d nr-- ?mm*. t. »c .-vv.- i !ia: :?»<?.- \v:)> t:u ' . i-i h\ a t f'i *t if 'it arii -il'IH i-'S-. ami ilu? v»iv»'? i rial ehiM-red and -tuaro '' »'ir s-Mil.- i avd '.on;' itiit'o . run .'iif.it I'hi'ir i'urW* worUl if ht.pv and ]uy has 'n i'Min** a ('....

PART 4. CHAPTER VI. HER NAME IS WEDMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

PART i. CHAPTER VI. HER NAME IS WEDMORE. "Did you know that another aunt has come to live with us to take poor Aunt Elizabeth's place 7" Jack Carvill aslced, as he and Patricia walked on. "No. Mother and I were so sorry to hear of your aunt's death. Wo should havo called to tell your father how grieved we were, but we were away at the time," said Pat. "Your mother wrote a very kind letter. My father and I have missed Aunt Elizabeth very much, but it is better now that my. other aunt and cousin is with us," Jack replied. "A cousin ! Is he grown up 7" Jack smiled. "My cousin is n girl. My aunt is my. mother's youngest sister ; she was left a widow when she was quite a girl. It is strange, but I had never seen her until she camo to live with us. You see, my mother died when I ?was a little lad, and Aunt Elizabeth, my father's sister, came to us. It ? wasn't until she died, and my father was wondering who would keep house for us, that he remembered my mother's sister. I think she had a ...

CHEERY MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

ClIKKKY MOTT1K! It is easy In talk ;m>ut k-ep:!^ ..hcerl'ui and .-miiini; in the f:i-'" ol ,:.! v. r-it y, but everyone hnnwa li-uv hard il is to do so. one 'fay a 111«»i{n. r caueht sidit «J iier-eh' in the tdass. "Xo wonder Harry U>oks so sad _ il ti*> sees a fact* iik«* ilia! i>ppo-dte him ;it breakfast every day!" she aru'nrd "And how can the children have :h» pu-a.suro in life Ihut is liicir duo it / | i.» ixxy s-ii. ''/'ni'lmiw' 11 "l n'x.u ii.ippy, lntpniUf.-is may look for me." 11 - r d-'lerminalion taken. this wom an made every effort to carry it out. No more luxury of \y-;.h\ no more re ve)!;n<_' in the injustice >A F;ttc. Shi worked as hard to .-eem ^ay ><s slit forked lo keep the home Together >"iue <»{ her efforts wcr" unsuccessful, ami there seemed nothing to smih about and no one t-> smile back at her. /iur she k«?pt up her eourace. and her husband finally cauirht the infeetion. With it he adopted a more hopefui...

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

(AVL, RIGHT3 HESBRVHD.) T H B O R, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. By Hedlcy Richards, Author of "Thf Mine Master's Heir," "Time, the Avenger," ctc., ctc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. The story opens in Australia, whcro Joshua Wedmore, an unsuccessful miner, is tramping along in search of fresh fields. Entering a hut ho dis covers a man on a rude bed, ill with the fever. Whilst administering to the sufferer Wedmore noticcs a small bag and a loaded revolver under the pil low. On examination the bag proves to contain blue diamonds of enor mous value. These ho appropriates, as he considers the fever-stricken one has only n few hours to live. Wed moro goes on his way, finally reach ing Melbourno, where lie books a Pas sag*! /or Knclaml in the Kniry Qucon. The vessel is wrecked, Weilmoru nnil an elderly man named Rupert ITeth of suffering and exposure they are eventually rescued and placed on board the Merry England. But the events of the past few weeks prove fatal to Mr. Hethering'ton, w...

CHOOSING A HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

CHOOSING A HAT. The following advice i> pivon by n well-known fashionable iniiIitior: - "I have ODD rule for must women I match tho hat l-o the hair. Tho to* cii]t is always iroul. Of eour-o, if the woman is o!d, with whito hair, it is not so satisfactory. But the wonmn v\*if.h brown hair .should wear a brown hat and the woman with rod hail should wear a hat in dark rod tones, and .so on. If you are going to buy ,i hat match your hair. "The second he;;t tuiu^ i? to iu:itc)t Mk» hat to tho eyes. Tho woman with bi# brown eyes should wear a biij brown hat. The tfirl with tho saucer blue eyes can woar a bis bhie hat. And the trirl with hazel ovo.s ouirht to cultivate hats that, are hazel and light brown and yellow brown. "That is i\ splendid rule for any woman to remember. Mat oh the hai to t!io hair or the eyes. It is suro to

TO KILL PENNYROYAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

KTLIJ PENNYROYAL. It is reported that n well-known Toi'o settler lias introduced into his district an efficacious ami inexpen sive destroyer of penny-royal, a weed which, on account of its rapid spread in;: habit, and the impossibility hitherto of eradicating it by grub bing, pulling or other known means, lias been a source of annoyance and loss to the settlers in many districts. The cure is Cooper's or Little's powder dip. The means of applica- 1 tion is simply to place, say, a third j of a packet of the powder in a sugar j hap, fasten the bap at the end of a | light pole six or eight feet in length j and shake over the patches affected ! by the weed until the yellow tinge I of the powder is discernible upon the j leaves. A single packet will cover a j very considerable area, and a boy Can do the work. In about a week | the plants are quite brown and with out li/o. 1936.

A CRUSTY OLD BACHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

A CKUSTY OLD BACHELOR. For many years a f:i 111 if 111 lousn xcrtpcr worked for a bad-tempered old bachelor, but finady fri'w tirt" 1 of 11i =' eternal com I"> 1 :i i I: I s. and decided to oiive him. Hiding lier lime, therefore, die informed liim that she was guiiijr ',o California. 'To California!' lie repeated, iti ilarin. 'What to do there, pray?' 'To find a husband.' she answered holdly. "I'hev say there are _ many more men tlian women in California.' 'Bah!' the old bachelor snarled Don't, flatter yonr.-elf that you'd tim) i hu.-diand ainnr,' them, woman. It; true f.iie men are in the majority, hut liiey're not. the marrying sort.. They're runaway husbands who've gone to California in seareh of a little peace!

CHAPTER VII. A MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 10 July 1914

CHAPTER VII. A MBJKTING. him. Sim had said that a womnti named 1 Wed mora was living at Mount Houtc. j find with her a daughter, whom she j called Met;. His child had been chris tened Margarot, and Meg was ab breviation. Was it possible tiat there had been n mistake, and ware I .Tonn and tho child living ? If it was J so, then Sabiua was not his lawful wife ; she, tho daughter ol a nobis- j man, had been living witU bim while | his real wife was alive, aud Patricia j v.'ns illegitimate. It was too awful to bo truo, and for once Josh thought mora of tbem than himself ; but Tory soon ho re membered that ho would be liable to be punished for bigamy. It would bo difficult to convinco any ono that ho had really believed Jonn was dead, and he cursed his own foolish ness in not having tried to discover where she was buried and seo tho certificate of her death. Instead of doing that, he lind accepted tho wo man 'n statement and tho ovidenca of the bos that had been left in tho house, and th...

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