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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
"THE KINGDOM OF OOO IS NOT /WHAT AND DUNK, HUT RIGHT EOUSNESS AND IMiACE AND JOY IN THE HOLY SPIRIT"-Kom. 14 :17. Thi* statement by the Apostle lias »eon grievously misunderstood and mi.s onstrued hv some. ami interpreted to each that (lie Kingdom &lt;if &lt;»od is not a teal Kingdom to come. with Jesus as the liiiu:, the Church as the joint-heirs in llie Kingdom, ami the world as the .uibjeets, t«» bless, rule ami uplift during the Millennia! Aj;e. It is used tooppose this tln-n^lu, the claim being that uhm the wcnl" Kingdom of Cod are I'-ril l hI'l'imh-mI the Scriptures they minify n«>t a real Kingdom but a ruh it' riuhleuUMiess, joy, peace. in the hearts of believers. This is a serious niisinterpreta t ion of' the A poM )eV . b-1uht, His argument inav be para phrased thus: Abstain. dear brethren /rom the use of your liberty in Christ wherever you find that it would stnmblo the cotwienee of another or be to hi hindrance in any manner. Consider not that the advan...
THE HOLY TRINITY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
[THE HOLY TRINITY BY PASTOR 11USSELL. Toxt . To us ther** i- but one («ih1# the father, of whom art! all things, ami wi- in Him; and urn* l.nrtl, .Irsns Christ, bj whom are all things nml we by h:m.' -1 ?\n\ viii. 0. l&m RUSSFlLl) For &lt;.'&lt; nf ui'it-5 (.'lirij* itians lu\v l.f.-u ovor In.iKin^ the ri'.il »ioe trine of the Trinity set forth in the Bible .mil have been | M*r p 11 ? x i t i -X their nuiiil in an endeavor t.» he lirve am! undeiMan.! *, he :nysieri.ms iheorv ,,f tin1 fit 'ft Is ol th» Mihjeet. whieh *o per .u-rntly 1.mores th« nut henul ie 'iy ileehii in- tiia* .1 '.live ones are olio, r at tinuv varying 1 ho declaration btT verting that one is th*""0 Anyone ipie-tionirg toe* fa'ulo ts si :!*_. 111, even to tfi&lt;» cMcfd ol asking an ex planation, was branded a hoi otic, ami iw* -uml that tie ma;tor is a iny-tery which "Uiniot le undo;'; tsod, hut tl.at if doniod :);e penalty >v.u:)d be otor.ial torture: and u numerous instauco ze...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
Tin: Sndepkndknt tor .!&lt;)« I'iuntinc; Miss 11. W. PAT1S0N,i COMFECTSOMEft AKD FRUITERER, MAIN STREET. DROUIN. : FRUITS IN SEASON, SUMMER DK INKS AND I'.EST III!AN 1)3 CONKCTIONERY REGULARLY KEl'T IN STOCK. T II El \ I.ondon Directory (PubiUhcl Annually.) Enables t rubers throi'chrut thr World t" cmnmunicUe with English Ma*"!i?,VA'%(! » complete conimercifil ^uiile lo London and itB subuibs. tho direc.loiy contains li ts of Ktpoi'l iTIor-eliauls with tlio Goo.'s tbi-T sliip, mill till Colonial and F'.;ott;u Mialcts tlmv- supflv ; Sl&lt;>:u:islii|> I.iiM'S nrrai-Rc l under the IVrts to whi-h tliey «ail; iuv.1 uulic.Uini; the uppriiximnte S;u!ii>Ks . . I'roviiu-ial Tr:i«I« iVoticos I f;,l. iirTii:M.innf.i'inp-rs M.-: chants, ctc-, in ' the ju..viiifinl towns and indu*. irinl ccittri s uf iln- foiled Kingdom. A copv tlvo. cuvicuL &lt;.,Utum will be for ..vurdrd," freight p.iiil. o" roieipt of ['Oatnl rder for '3).i. Denlera feekinR :iL-enc^ can advert...
Cricket. RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
Cricket. RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION The follov. iug is the draw of the matches to be played on tlio ground of the first-named club : January 151. AtMone v. Lardner I Nth Poowong v. Lougwarry Sill ' February 7. ' Lougwarry Sth v. Lnrdner Athlone v. Nth Poowong Last, round same ai above but starting on 14th February. TlIK GlI'PSl.AND & NORTHKRN CO OPERATIVE SKLI.INO CO. LTD. has been appointed the wholesale dis tributing agents for the Gippsland Co-operative Bacon Curing Co. Ltd. Edison's latest Triumph, Blue Am berol Records, four minute, unbreak able, 2s 3d, and latest specia1 speaker for all four iniuutu records. Call or send for latest lists to 1\ Faragher, Drouin. Auvertini mems art' llie bii^lr C.IIIH nf lie' merchant, tin1 mantlets nf trade, the heralds ~f bllsilli'Si, and till' f'lri'rnpiiti s i>f MICCI'H*. AtiviTiisc in !>m^ 1 usinesH, lit- honest and cum tei.ua in order to keep customers. Continue to ad v. ri i.*&lt;e to ^et inure trade, then your litlrtines...
An Australian Abroad. IMPRESSION OF TRAVEL AMERICA AND ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
An Australian Abroad. IMPRESSION' OF TRAVICI AUK RICA A.\li ENGLAND. Ihe majority of people lind it im practicable Id qi-l away and travel i" other countries ami visit the older centres in" civilisation. anil therefore (lie ue\'t best (Iiitiir is ID read nf tho experiences of those who ;i'''I)''' fo henelit by I his inc.tns of education. Cast week we published Iho impressions of a South African who came mi a visit to Australia. Cut if it is interesting to "sec our selves as others si'c ns," it is equal ly so (o pass our opinions upon others am) their jinnies of life when opportunity offers. One of the most I'TiMil Irawllors fnmi Auslra!i:i fn Am&lt;-nYa ami tlie &lt;)!.| f.ni,ilrv is Mr ?lames I'avies, secretary of (iCoin mercial Tiaveileis Asso.-i.ilioii. and one of the keenest anil most ob servant iilen in the citv. When ?speaking of Jiis trip at the "welcome home" sorial given him hv the members of the chili. ,\Ir l'i;, v;\-s gave his impressions of his fiavels. l...
THE DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
THE "DYSPEPTIC'S HANDICAP J The dyspeptic is sorely handictpped in tliia life If lie is si man lie can't keep p co with lite fellows becuise of . he weak . nesi>, the depression, mid 'he suffering that, indigestion inevitably brinna in its ttain. If a wom«n, she often finds a impossible to cariy out the daily house hold latiks, or meet the demand* a bueiiMss occupation been use headaches, di.*uees?ing bilious ati;cks, palpitation, And sleeplessness aie .spoiling her life. This strenuous age wants men and vomen of strong fibre, boundless energy, li'd great cheerfulness, but ihe dyspeptic Jb not amongst lite number. How can lie expect to be ] How can he hope to gee through the day's work *p edily and tflicieutly if his mind is c'otided and hia ftya'rm clogged with the poisonous pro due « of indiges'ion ? How can any man, Oi w.miiii either, WOTK well and cheer fully, when the well -pringw of uood health and strength'-the stomach, liver and bowejs - are disorganised and WeakeiK-d '( ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS. The Gippsland and Northern (Jo jp irative Selling Co, Lt3., report under date of 22nd January .* Butter-There is no change to re port in the local butter market since our last report. We quote :-Choicest 11 kid, choice Ujd, good to prime 105id to lid, seconds 10d to lOJijd, Separators 9jd to lOd, dairies 7^d to Sd. C'aeese-Rather better demand, prime r/ew loaf and medium sizes . 5^>d to 5%d, semi-matured 6^$d, matured 8d to 8id. Egg*-Steady at late rates, new laid and guaranteed lines havo advanced Jd per doz#n. Ordinary linesTJd to Sd per dozen, selected 9d to 9Jd, new laid 10$d to lid. Bacon-Prime light sides 9jd to lOd, middles lOJ-^d to lid, hams light Is id to is Id, weighty Is for un bagged. Lard- Market dull. Bulk 6d to 6 ^ packet 7d to 7jd. Tuesday, 27th January. Wheat-F.A Q. 3s 6d, good fowls ?wheat, 3s 4Ljd to 3h 5d, inferior lower. Oats - These are rathor scarce and supplies are difficult to obtain Milling are nominally worth Is 9^£d to Is lOd, teed ...
WARRAGUI, MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
WAUiuuui. makket. JSkewa, Hufiter ami U". f«*p»»rt hiring held (heir u»u*i weekly »' th«*lr Warra^ul yard* on Thurad*y, 22nd Jan. nthen thtir» w*t a fnir yarding nil r^und, pric-** fu»ii»u »!>out to lute rnU»i, They iju*» « a« ur.dar : - I'.i.-v - ^ucWf p 10A, 12* *U U\ 15., afipi 37a, 18i, 20a lu 25j», aimea 27» Gd, 30*, 35*, 38a 6d to 4Gi fii, b*c*»n»*ra li^ht 62*. Snoop-OrnMjbn-d Uuibn IO4 1 Oil to 9 1, cr&lt;»s*bred «wi*« 13* 4«j, 2 tooth Lincoln rams 27s -Fki &lt;mwr H5 7*. AI5 17«» £0 to £0 lOJ, forward cO Million cmi £4 10$, £4 IG« to £5, ini kttra and Rprin^or* (!».»«») In I0s iTi 12&lt; (hi, £6, .£6 'Ot ?» £8 2m G ', fi ootid dt to £4 l0&lt;f, ±.'4 15« io £f» 5 , aijed and iiii«*ri&lt;>r l«of«r ; . p'tn^intg Jh'ife a £*4 9*, £4 16%, £5. £5 12a 6i Jo £0 15a, heifer* 2 years £3 16« to £4 9*, di:u> yfATla,:* £2 4i, £2 10« to £2 15*. d^tto jKxidieii 25* 6d, £7.i*6ti to 30« 6d, poddtra 25a, ditto bull 12a to 20a, bnlli £3, £3 10s,...
Market Reports. DROUIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
Market Reports. DllOUlN MARKET. Geo. V. Stephen reports having held his weekly Hide at the Drouin yard8 oil Tuesday, when there was only a small yarding of both pigs and cattle. 1 ijuoto sales as follows : Piss- Sin kers liis 6-1,16s to lGs 6d. Cattle-Only one dairy cow yarded and she male L6 15s, store cows L2 to L2 Us 5d. a line of IB months heifers at 35s Gd, ditio steers ITs, poddy bulls 8s. Light hack L3 15s. Poultry-Kowls from 2s 3d to 2s lOd per pair, ducks 2s to 2s -id per Pair- , r I 1 can do with any number of newly calved or close to calving cows at next market.
District News. NEERIM SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
District News. N E E U 1 M* SO U T II On Tuesday, 13th inst, the annual meeting of the Neerim District Agri cultural and Horticultural Socio"- I w.is held in tlie Mechanics' Hall \ | good number of members was present and a successful "Jwtinff was held f0t W:1S re:lti '''lid ' s. owed a credit balance of £56 17s 7d I *£IC 1 15 ^p- good for such a voung I society. The membership was' fixed I at 3s which entitles holders and a lad) to free odmiWon to ul\ homodh 0'the show besides having a voice -it a I meetings. lt was decided to hold this year e.show on April 2nd and J'd. 1 no officers appointed for the year were a? follows:-President, .Mr v>. Algie ; vice-president, Messrs C V, B;;r,ra"d yv- Stephens; treasurer, : r ". Sutherland; secretary, Mr \1 '£?J'l°pkl"8 ; committee, Messrs M. kelleher, Herbert, McPhie, Bums Jenkins, Davidson, Tyssen, Croplev Weeeon, Howden, Kowe, Hayden, C. English, H. Coe, and T. Algie . auditors, Messrs Ellis and Tvssen Oil Wednesday last the annual meet...
Fair at Rokeby. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
Fair at Rokeby. On Wednesday. Mst inst, tiio Scailet Fair in aid o; the proposed Mechanics' Institute took place in the local school and groun Is. The ladies wlin took the affair in hand «omo three months ag'\ have worked with downright &oo i will and de termination io make the affair a suc cess. and they must he gratified with the result, nearly £-40 being taken. The four stalls in the school-room were Fancy, pirs-:drd over by Mrs Lou tit (secretary) and Mrs Gannon. Flower Produce and l.hristmas Tree was taken in hand successfully by Mrs Baxter. Cakes and Lollies in charge &lt;.f Mis? Gannon, assisted by Miss Vinall. The School stall in charge of Miss Little, assisted by Miss Hanrilev was quite a featuro of the bazaar with its numberless at tractions and its penny dip, which insteao of the usual prosaic bran pie represented a lovely flower bod from which each picked a blossom, under neath which was concealed & prize. Tho decorations carried out in a scheme o...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT ' KNOWN. Concerning- BOTH* p irt.s of the cli-tric: news citmes but seldom. This is- n .! the fulilt r.f the Editor, for In: Ims n miraculous power of k11 >>wi11lt what i* happening in all llic places in the areii of circulation. It is the fault of re.-iil outs in the silent place?. Will some man or Woman take I lit matter on baud and cause the silence t.. cas&e ? If no one else is doing it fur yoiu district, will YOU try on these lineH ? Send accounts of public anil social eveuts in your township or neighb.'i ho .d, inch a? weddings, deaths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, ctc. Do not bother about grammar or spelling , it is the Editoi's work t.&lt; look after theso trifles. The barest skeleton ^ enough. Write on one side of the paper oiiij. Give information, but let criticism alone, Writs your namo in sorae corner not for printing, but to proro good faith,
The State and the Farmer. HANDLING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
The State and the Farmer. HANDLING OF WHEAT. Most people realise in a general way that to at least three States, Victoria, Now 8011th Wales and South Australia wheat growing is a vitally important matter. Comparatively tew, however, have gone at all carefully in to the fi1:res or know how much tho coat of marketing affects, and must a fleet, the area under culti vation. According to the report of the Royal Commission which con sidered the question, the price of wheat has during (hi fast ten years varied from 2.9 to 4 i per bushel ; when tho latter price is paid the farmer can afford to pay for bags and for out of date methods of handling, but when the lower price rulen tho cost of marketing under utterly out of date methods is ruinous. The report of tho Uoyal Com mission says that the cost of bags I is from 6d to 7d, that tho cost of I }j;irx)JinK tliiMii i.s :i l>iKT it (mi 1 ;iii&lt;I iiuii the usual method of weigh ing them -s quite unsatisfactory. It adds, what all wh...
SOMETHING FOR THE CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
.SOMKTHIXU* KOKTIIK (' 111 i .1 >UKN&lt; j This date tart, is generally liked and is \ery wholesome. You require i jhhiikI self-raising ;lmir. -t ounces lard, 1 pound of dotes (stencil), '2 slices of slain broad, crumbled ; ^ ju>\»mt brown su^ur ; J cupful wiiler, a little .sail. 3!ix f ho lard with the. Jlour, and add iln* sail ; moisten with the water, and roll out. l.ino a greased pie-dish with half the pastry, ;u!d n layer of dates'; then a layer of crumbs, mid one of sugar ; proceed 'in this way until the dish is full, letting the last layer bo of sutrar. Tress it down, nnd put the re .mainliiR" picee of pastry on tin; top. Hukc until a pale brown, and serve hot.
SAVOURY POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
.SAVOI/K V POTATOI-JS. I r n. \ e ready 111), of boiled and mashed potatoes, and -Jib. (if sari- j sni;es. Season t lu; potatoes, and remo\e the skins from the sausages. i.v the meat, with the mashed po tatoes a ii* 1 form into sausage shapes Brush them over with hen ten rgg, euwr with bread crumbs, and fry n niee brown. Take tip, drain f«>r a moment, and serve with enstor sugar .sprinkled on i'aeh sliee.
BASUTOLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
BASUTOLAND. The greatest authority on tho Bn mitos and Uasutoland is in London. Tlila 1b M. l£iJwuard Jacottct, of I ho Fnris Evangelical Missionary Society, who hr.s spent tho post 30 years fn naautoland, and is now on furlough. Th»> worl; of this r-ocioty date; hack to lS.Tt, whon Mnshpf.Ii, tlin greatest of tho Ur.^uto chlei-;, halted misyionurie.i of Pari-; t&lt;» M.'tth) in hi'-- country, ami fruni that ilny until li in (loath proved thou* firm friend. In ooMver.sr»ti"n with (i rnprcsent ativ© of " Th" Pnily Chronicle" M. JnCi.tt'''. :i.ti-t that, today l'i'! v.'";: oi.e-M'ii and "i:e sixth 01 tho popul.it l««n was Chris tian, tho total population being about -IuIMH native&lt; nmi 1, u]tiif,-:. It WAS Mo.sh^-h who weld ed th»- lVdi inm trlheK in fo i« n.iM' n. Th*&lt; of the l-asutov js »'\t v1\&lt; >nuunry, not Uv I'Mst, sfriUrip; illustration of this I'-'ini- the :>1 iii»* nativo literature which is dteloping. M. Jacottct mentioned "no...
SMALL GINGER CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
SJIAUl GJNUKH cakv: Wore is (fir rcciju", which 1 hop*.* will suit. "Mother" :-Mi\ tojielh'M-, j?j a bun), one cup of' !>ri»wn Mi^ar. one cup of treacle, itn» 1 &lt;»n»» ounce oi butter. ronr o\er tliis mix ture a cup of bojliiu: water ami i stir well. New add two lahl'?-i spoonfuls each of ground «inp*r ( and &lt;*i1111;»nmmi ; half a teaspoonful j of ground cUn.-s, ntvf f i \»* cups of j Hour. .MK for M-\oral minuti-si and bake iu small buttered patty tin:.;. To rl'Mii the inside of ;i silver feapol, mix to^'ther r*&lt;jtjiiI ipian titics of sn«ln, vinegar, and Hour. 1'aste this around Hie inside id l he pot ami l"t it stand ovi'i ni^lH. It will make the inside us bright ns possible with \ei\v little labour. "Take care of your minutes, ami your days will take care of them selves."-Now notice in Underground trains, London.
WHERE LIVING IS CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
\\I[I:I; 1-: I.IVIM; IS I'MKAI'. "'I'll.- cli.-,11( |.|:nv ill the world is in S\ria." a r&lt;» I I t ra \ '' I >"ini: i>n t ho [ Afr&lt; 1 i(wraiif.ut, I 11? . is just j ri^rht. in tip* cuMrr nionlh:-. I &lt;»nci! i (m.'-svi! a wintr:' I li.and all it I'usl III" Was U I it ur'.'!,, thuUirh I l«'as«'d ;t |ui»» 11&lt;>iisi. an'l K,_>|. 1. tlir-'") s r \ i1111s. i 'ur 111*' li't'iM' I paid -Os. a month J'-nt, wiiil" tlio ^'rvauts w»h«: with '2-'-. «» .Mutton cnsl J.'l&lt;I. ji pound. l.\Lri;s uciv a penny a do/^n, nnd chirkenr, L'}d. iMii'ii. The finest. ot fruit and vi.'gotaMes tin February, ton !) w^rn .si) cheap that they were not sold in quantity. You got all you'want ed for so much per week. All 1 re quired for my household cost me is. weekly. An American resident of Antioch told ino that he and his family lived comfortably on £30 a year*'-'
Australian Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 30 January 1914
Australian Aborigines. The Australian Aborigines (says Itishop Frodsham in "Tin.1 Conduit Magazine) ha \ o considerable dra matic instinct, ami their datx»\s are extremely interesting and \nr ied. Ono fa\ourito doner, probab ly connected with a basic piimi pie of lib', is wearisome I ?yianl measure to the white eve, but this is not- the willi eurroborees il lustrative of life in the bush. Olio such dance, I have soon, pur turtle lifting its head abovi' the water soemed possessed with I ho spirit of elusivu humour. In an other favourite dance the young men of the tribe mimicked n tri\>*3 dingoes quarrelling over the imagi nary carcase of a kangaroo. This dance, I rciucinbcr, once ended in peals of laughter, as two of the naked players, fighting like angry dogs over a real bone, rolled to gether into the burning wood-ashes of the camp fire. The last dramatic corroboree I saw was descriptivo of three Chi nese squabbling together over a gun. The maimers of the imaginary dis putants a...