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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

Edison's latest Triumph, Blue AM berol Records, four nunuto. u"I)rc';'^ ablc, 2s 3d, and latest specia' speaker for .-ill f.mr minute rooonk Call < r send for latest lists to P. Karagher, Drouin. V .Qs'CiifU mint CuV'S for Coa-.'hf an t C .!. s. nrver tails. 1. Cd. THE Gii'i'si'ASD & NORTHERN CO Oi'KElATlVK SEU-1NC CO. -.ID. ia« been appointed the wholesale dis tributing agents for the Gw.shn.d CO-oporative Baco, Curing CO Ltd Dandenong. A>;- y<-)ur br0 . L/andenong Bacon. I.ii.lf .1 ucV Hc.ri ir sat sick in a o rner, A-cntithiiiH ' nl rubhi K his-eys, > b G fiirv whs nailing, trairhing unr inking A lioRO li :o poison the Ui 8. A dmutlii ui la*r en, fn b«M li'H aloii», Which j-hr h.«111- I er joun(j viclun endure, Ti.t u!i'. eld imff'1 10 brew naEtj horar Fluff . \V:.ei. til Ill's Woods' Peppermint l.uro. THE BEST IN THE WORLD * to 5 lb Parcel INSIST ON L'ABELLEI j T. SAMWETT, Tlf-3SR3ITH & PLUMBER MAIN STIIEKT, DKOIIIK, ' (0|)|iositf Peas...

Phantom Monoplane: [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

Phantom Monoplane: The first air-ghost has just been encountered on Salisbury plain by one of the most skilful of our Army aviators, who went up on a mono plane on a cloudy day accompanied by his mechanic. The aeroplane en tered the clouds, and the pilot was 1 continuing his flight in them, when suddenly lie discovered another mo noplane, no more than fifty yards away, coming straight towards him out of tho mist. TJo dived almost, vertically, and after a headlong de scent levelled out once more, but his relief was only momentary. The of.Jior pilot must hn*. e performed ..?.Vt 'T.*vf '{fw monoplane onco again looming out of the mist, heading straight, towards him. Terror-struck", the pilot dived again, emerged b<dow t he clouds, and forthwith landed. Xot until (hen did the explanation strike him. He hud fallen a victim to an hallucination of the clouds fa milar to every Alpinist, and seen his living shadow projc'iod upon the film of vapour.

"Princess Carambo." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

"Princess Carambo." In April of the year 1S17, an agricultural labourer in Gloucester shire found a. young woman of prepossessing appearance roaming through the Holds alone, friendless and destitute. Ho handed her over to the nearest county magistrate., a Mr. Samuel Worrall, of JCnolo Hall. To this gentleman and his family I she proved a great mystery, for they could not understand her lan guage. Many learned professors of language* were called in, to try to converso with h<»r, but none suc ceeded. By dint of signs, however, she made them to understand that she come from a great, personage, and thnt she had been kidnapped in a dynastic plot, then carried to England, nnd left on the shore in a destitute condition. England war. agog with the news. The highest in the land came to Knolc Hall to interview the "Frln I cess Onraboo." Then, to intensify i the exciloment, a tramping1 J'ortu gucso sailor called at Knolo Hall, pretended to interpret her lan r^tntrn* Th* firl wjym. ....

FRUIT SALAD JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

KM." IT SAL.AP JAM. Iluy two pounds of dried fruit, salad, and cut the fruit up after well washing it. Then put it to souk covered with water. The next clny put the iruit into the preserv ing pan, and cover with water to which you have added some es sence of vanilla. Simmer gently for fifteen minutes, then measure out the fruit pul|>, and to each brcuk fnstcupful allow a pound of preserv ing sugar. Simmer gently until it thickens. A machine that make* heat at ono end and cold at the other, so that it can 1)0 used for heating a house and making ice at the same time, is coming into practical use abroad. All it neods to do its work is power of some kind. ft will tako electricity, for instance, for its power, and turn tho electricity in to heat and cold.

Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

Church News. Catholic Church - Sunday, July 19 Manses-WarraRuI 2 ntid 11, Vesper* /, Eokiiby it, Neeriin Souili II. CJIDKCH or F.NBIANP--Sunday Drouin 11 n.m. »nd 7 p.m., l.r.inrty Cietk2 45, RKV. B. T. Syer. METHODIST CHKUCII - Diouin 1J, Ii'jntwarry Soulh 3, Uunyip 7, Mr "'U J Bunyip 3, Mr lUris ; Lon-wa.ry U-.O Moiirlla 3, Drouin 7, llov. B. m v Garfield 11, Supply ; Nfcrim Junolfn II Kecrim Eii&v 3. Nc--rini So.itli i, r ow PltESnYTBHIAS ClIL-iK.'H - Dromn II. and 7. 1 .Moiiin 3, R-v. tSoo,JGU : >«erim Son.h 11. l!'>fc»l>y -2 ;.0, Ntwim Junction 7. V.r .\!cK«-r>Z'-''.

Wedding Bells. KETT—KTNG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

Wedding Bells. KETT-KTNG. The marriage of Mr Michael J. Keft, of "Basinbank," Drouin, Gippsland, to Miss Mary King,of Beaumoris, was celebrated at St. Patrick's Church on Wednesday last. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. Quinn. The bride was charmingly gowned in white salin with court train, supported by two little train bearers, and carried a shower bouquet. Miss Lynch, as brides maid was dressed in a cream cashmere, and Mr Leo. Coyne \acted as best man. After the Ceremony the guests adjourned to (he recreation hall, where the breakfast was held. Rev. T. Quinn proposed the health of the bride and bridegroom ; Mr M. Kett responded. Mr J. Coyne proposed the health of the bride's parents. King responded. The "toast of the bridesmaids was responded to by Mr Leo Coyne. J.he happy counio l.-fr. v>v mr,t"r amidst showern ol' coniolii lur Ballarat where the honeymoon is to be spent. The catering was carried out by Mr W. Hayes. "Moorabbin News.

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible or nor necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents.) [To THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT]. Drouin, July 10th, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves respon sible or nor necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by cor respondents.) [To THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT!. Drouin, July 10th, 1914. SIR,-I see by reading your issue of tliis morning that our Council (with the exception of Councillor Hayes) seem to bo in favour of admitting a second Shire into partnership -with the Buln Buln Shire in the possession of the Quarry. I "would like to draw the attention of the ratepayers to this matter, through the columns of your paper, before it has gbne too far for the following reasons: 1. Our Shire has, in the Quarry, one of the finest assets that a Gipps land Sin re can possibly possess, it is liandy to the railways, in fact a few years ago a tram line was running to the railway line from it. and (here j ?was a sidii ff then krown »« Lardnor [ Siding. There ;iro few fjoorl cjuarries I j;i tin's p.-irt. of Cii|)]>sJ:ind. .-uirf those I fcnore are loo f.i r .i wV to bo con- I -~ui ..?'.» te...

Royal Walking-sticks. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

Royal Walking-sticks. The recent announcement that Andrew Jackson's heavy hickory slick has been presented to Presi dent Woodrow Wilson reminds one ' that King (Jeorgo inherited the U.i.iOi") walking-sticks which belonged to his father, King Edward. The collecting of walking-sticks was his late Majesty's favourite hobby, his most treasured stick being one which was regularly carried by Queen Victoria. This remarkable stick was fashioned from a branch of the IJoscobel oak which once concealed Charles II. when escap ing from Cromwell's soldiers. Queen Victoria had it altered somewhat, and a little idol from Scringapatam was inserted as a knob. King Edward's collection of walk ing-sticks, of course, included nil sorts of designs. It was a fact, however, that ho preferred as a rule an ordinary crook shape. In deed, his fondness for this particular design gave not a little impetus to its popularity. I TMUuitf of fumoilrt wiaUintf-sUrWa J iiuwcli iuui Co., who arc pralm/jly J the largest ...

REST FOR THE MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

REST FOR THE MOTHER. You cannot serve your family bettor [ban by resting yourself. An over tired mother cannot mnko sunshine in I lU.. Try t', \n\tt-. hut! an .:our ol complete r«?isl time dur / :««? the afternoon. It will oftezi bo I rmrd to xct aw;i,t\ but ni/ike n <Iuty I )f it, nnd you will accomplish it. I1 I >'oii were ill f.he chifrircn would hnvu -o \:vt on without you; let them do it you «rc keeping well for thoir *nkos. Think over the things that can i»o undone, and leave some of 'hem while you sleep. "Rest is much cheaper and more agreeable than a loctnr's bill, and if you do noi hav« >ne you will eurely have the other. Modesty is n great virtue; but V mn s«?rtnrn hia ular? rai**d OM Ue strength of it.

DATE JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

DATE JAM. Buy. the dates by the pound. Re move the stones from throe pounds and put the fruit in your preserving pan. Add about, throe breakfast eupfuls of water. I the fruit jus t got hot. nud I hen a<!d a pound and a quarter of preserving sugar, j a sprinkling: of ground rinnamon, and a teaspoonful of fresh butter. Stir until the jam begins to tliirkej), and pot while steaming hot.

EMOTIONS WHICH POISON THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

{MOTIONS i'OlSON TIM It ia strange to reflect that tb« nero ©motions should have a serioui iffect on tiio Ulocxi. Yet it is said niRer, fear^ anxiety are among tb« amotions or sentiments which iiteraDj poison our blood. It ha.> often been <aid that ovil thougV,ts are pousonouB, ;he meaning being that tho.v corrupt jthcr people, but the real fact is that ;hey poison our own bodies. Natural ists now declare that the venom of makes i6 generated by anger and fear, Mid that it is collected in a special re ceptacle, and thence discharged at tb« object of its anger or fear; and it if further explained ^ that the same pro :ess takes place in the human body, but that we have 110 spec.M organ to recen** it, and it thoivtoiv >:.*per$>t»h in tho blood, acting against o;t! .in stead of for our protection. that rs it may, it ia generally conceded that we are literally poisoned by the emo tions mentioned, and by any senti ment . or passion which upsets th* iuooth working of our...

BANANA JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

BANANA JAM.. tiire«-q\mrtrrH ot a pound of pre serving sugar. Take tlio juice ami pulp of five lemons, and add them 1 to the bananas nml sugar. Ail'l a little u-ater. Then chop up half an minco of preserved tfinger and add. Simmer very slowly for fifty minutes..

WITHOUT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

WITHOUT SLEEP. The capacity of the gr«at Napoleon for going without sleep is veil known, but even hi- had to succumb at^ timet to the need for rest. Indeed, it is a notorious fact that no human being rs.n survive without occasional periods of sleep. Nevertheless, there .& living to <'.»v i man of whom it is stated on good .uithoritv that he has not slept a mjn uto for ten years, and yoi rcrains hlf Ue.a I ^ crc, to which he devoted himself with such teal and enthusiasm that for several days and nights he took no rest. Then insomnia set in. ami, becoming alarin :h1, he consulted physicians. Their ad vice, however, proved unavailing, and then came the discovery that, the losi of sleep had produced no ill effect*. His brain and nerves remained unaf fected, his appetite good, and bo wm actually increasing in weight. Since then his case has excitod rent interest amongst medical men, several of whom have kept him under i-Ioso observation. Yet he was never ?eon to sleep,...

APRICOT JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

APRICOT JAM. This is delicious when mark' front the well-known dried apricots. Buy three pounds of apricots. Wash them well, cut up each apricot in to four, and put to steep all night in three pints of water. Measure out ten brcakfastcupfuls ot water, and into them r.<411*0*0 t.V»o U>»<..? of lug apples cut* up small." dimmer this for ton minutes, and then measure the pulp, and for each break fast cupful allow three-quarters of a pound of preserving sugar. Tut this into the pan, and atld an extra four pounds of sugar. Cook again for a few minutes, then stir in the apricots and the water they havo been soaking in, and cook until the Jam gets thick. Khu harb can be? used when in season instead of apples.

CHARACTER TRAINING IN CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

CHARACTER TRAINING R» Clili.UliEN'. Th« characters of men and worrits are not formed in, or by, mcii and wo men as such : they aro formed in th« child, and aro developed in the adult. It is therefore uf the first- importance that care should be taken in the forma tion of the character of the child. li should not be left to accident or chance. The eight or ton rears during which children are at school not only provides the opportunity for impart ing knowledge, but for inculcating those habits of sell-restraint, conscien tiousness, fidelity, hononr and kind ness which are uoodful r.Iiko t<>r indi vidual self-restraint and for national H*eil-beiiii:.

FINEAPPLE AND FIG JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

riNKAI'I'LE AND FIC .JAM. JUiy a tin of pineapple nnd a pound of dried figs. Cut, the pine apple and figs small. Put in a basin nnd add the pine-apple juice, and leave nil night. The next, day weigh the fruit, and to each pound add three-quarters of preserving sugar. Put the sugar in the pre serving-pan, and add enough water to melt it. When dissolved, add the pineapple and figs. Stir over the fire until it thickens, and pot.

PRACTICAL PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

PRACTICAL PROOF. A young collier with literary aspira. ions courted a busom mill lass, -.vho refused for a long time to believe i;iat ho was really in earnest. Hut «'ii« morning she turned up at the null with % smiling f%co, and surprised her fr:endi iy proudly announcing her engagement. " Thon you're coin' to risk it. Sal, although von believe that hv'U groer tired of you ^uio ri.-iv." rouiarkod ono j/ iicr cot'iiJuf,,<jn«tho loom. mo now.., .1 didn't believe him when ho said he'd go through fire an* water for tne, or walk ovor hot plough-shares, or thrOu' hisself under tno foot of wild bosses, 'cos I knovr he'd K°t all that lort of rubbish out of a book. ]>«t ivhon he dropped talkin' poetry, an' said he'd sell his dog and buy a Sunday hat ""i' t'money if I'd only walk out wi' birn, I knew ho meant business."

WILL LAST FOR CENTURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

WILL LAST FOR CENTUltlES. From time to time discussions aris« as to the probable duration of our coal lupplv. Questioned on the subject recently, nn expert gave it as his opinion that nt the presont rate of consumption it ivould last at least 3o0 years longer, r\en if the mines arc not carried to n lower depth than -K'UU feet. As, however, it. is regarded as probahlo that mining can be carric<l oxi at a considerably lower depth. this period may he much extended. Apart from this, however, th« authority pointed out that as time i;ues on tve shall grow far more econo mical in our use of coal than at pre sent, as discoveries are being made and utilised in the direction of obtaining the maximum of heat from the fuel, tn this connection he referred to tho enormous wasto of heat that takes place in the case of the ordinary do mestic grate, which in course of tim« will inevitably give place to mor« scientific contrivances, thus adding greatly to the time tho coal will last.

HAPPY INSTINCT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

HAl'PY INSTINCT. " Nnt long ago, a certain fnrnor, well kr.uwn for his violent temper, uieJ a local horse denier iu the souutj rourt. Ho had bought a horse, which the 3ealer had guaranteed to bo u quiet to rido and drive," and ho now sought to recover the amount paid for the *nimal. In stating his enso. Farmer Hothead lost his temper more than onco, and hnd to bo iiiHivicMtlv admonished by fcjm Jiulx*. Otit* <>f tho w»en*vw?« fnr tho cJrff*nr+, * former <>\rncr f>f ti)o /lor^o in quos tiou, cittf/arcni that tho animal iva* 14 abfioluMy without vice." " As against that/' observed the jndgo, " Fanner Hothead assorts that tho animal is vicious-that it ran nwav. and smashed his trap to splin ters." 'MVolI." said tho witness, "1 jrouMn't havo believed that he would have run nwav from anvbodv, but after what Cve seen of tho plaintiff fro-day I think it. likely he aid run nwav-and 'anc me if I can blnme the oss! It wasn't vico, though; U wa* I happy instinct ...

Horses and Men. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 July 1914

Horses and Men. A Boston man tells h'. a» inne ront farmer who onc-e .10 lt;'it out n I brrnologist r.t tho Hub nn-1 f sired that his "humps 'i<5 rosil," In ro'. caln.y to i ho f.irntor hi* tenr crumont Ms '.ho.vn l>y die aforesaid humps, the prefossor said : " Your tastes are the simple, homely nnes of tho farmer. You are n farmer, are you neit 7 Ah ! I thought- bo. And X am right as to your tastes, am I not ? You ore sadly tVficicnt in judgment, and Imvp little knowledge of human na. I ture. Your innocent and trustful 1 disposition renders you (in easy 1 dupe to designing men, and your own perfect honesty provents you : front either suspecting or defraud ing anyone." The following week, It appears, the ] hre.nologist houjriit a. iiorso from the innocent- farmer. Although the I nag wiih ol<l and in bad condition, it had been made to appear young ami skittish. Moreover, though the farmer Mad paid hilt £5 for the nnl lU!!.',... ho rnnirivrti^ without. (iltli ...

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