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DIPPING THE FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

DIPPING THI'J VLACr. Tin' .salutation given when a rCB?el lowers or "dips" it? fla^r jr. one ot the oldest and most, honourable of all forms of marine erecting. This form of salute has always horn demanded by finglish-spcaking seamen, and its exaction has warmed ii]) the hearts and used up the pow der of generations of naval comman ders. In the old days, for a foreign ship, whether merchant or naval, to enter an Kntrlish port, without veiling top sails or dipping its national flag to to run the risk of war, although the profonndest peace existed. Without warning or argument, th? shore defences of a man-of-war would send n round shot across the bows or between the masts of the foreign er, and if the offending flag did not u'ut;;;" th.- insolent in being raked through and through. ! Siicli was the rcccption accorded by Sir John Hawkins in the sixteenth century to the Spanish admiral who, in time of peace, sailed into Ports mouth Sound withodt veiling his topsails or lowering his flag....

CHAPTER [?] [?] STILL THE DEVIL'S OWN DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

HTILIJ Tttlii UliiVILi » \JWIH DARLING. The sun was shining brightly the ! next morning when Mr. Hetherington j passed out of the park gnt.es on his | way to sen Dr. Fitzpatriek. This time he did not choose the little | do0r in the wall, feeling it was more prudent to give it a wide berth, j Before he hud gone many yards he i heard the so'.ind of wheels, and, look . ing round, lie saw the doctor's dog ' cart, with the doctor in it, coming towards him. ! Mr. Hetherington paused, and when the dogcart came alongside of him, | the doctor pulled up. I "I was coming to see you about a temporary hospital for the fever cases," said Mr. Hetherington. ! "All right. I'll get out and walk with you as far as my house," the ; doctor said, flinging .the rein;; U> his j groom, and telling him to dri'. e on; I then, as he joined the oLher man, he : said : | "Have you heard that Mr. Carvill's 'sister-in-law, Mrs. Wedmore, has been assaulted and seriously injured, Mr. Hetherington ' "Seriously inju...

COMMON MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

COMMG. t MISTAKES. We are all mistaken at times, bm wo should not object to liave our er rors pointed out with a view to then correction. Here are some of the mistakes that, are of frequent occur rence. You are mistaken If von think that tlve more you ea1 the fatter and stronger you become. If you think that the more hour.-; i child studies »t school the faster i ?will learn. In concludinp that exercise brim healthful, the more violent or exhaust iiiir it is the more cnod it will do. In imai;ininK that every hour take* from sleep is an hour (;ai"cd. In thinking that the smallest rooi. in the house is targe enough to slee] in. In advisini: another to take a rem cdy which you have tried on yourself without special inquiry whether al the condit.ions.are alike. Til entiriir without an appetite, o inntinmriR to eat after it has been sat tsGo.d, merely to gratify the tasto

WHY SOME WOMEN ARE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

I WHY SOME WOMEN ARE POOR. Becauso oven AS thoir incomoa in oron?e their wanf^ become moro num nrous. ... They 'do not keep an account of hop much they spend. Thoy do not watch the svasto in tin kitchen. They indulge their tasto? too fully. They nHow theif children to forn extravagant tastes and habits whicl must be catered to at all costs. They allow themselves to bo impoa ed upon. They have too groat, a regard for ap pearances Above all, they have never beeJ broueht up to appreciate the tru value of mouey.

NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

NEWS FRGtV! VAitiOUS SOURCES. 4 The Swiss expedition, headed 1>y ]>r. which has cru.wd llio inland h*e of '« land fr-anl ! ?' i I. t..i ' h-< V/--S' I"*- :i i to A in- ma^sali'-. o-i the l*'ast, has ai' at . T.i" ui.ii/iu lo::cal ami t-"M "<m'.'IndiraI observa tion-* are i!-- a': e\eel lent. The 1 ? ?( I« in; tare ex perienced was Ih'I V. '".mi I Wo and three degrees 1 »*«.»/.'Ti'. In Austria, now. living is a bur don, according to a report hy Con sul A. W. (.'«iflu's. IK' says : "An attempt. made to count«-raet the hi^h pric of meat J»\* trial imports of si'11 "I'M nwat from Argentina, and a ('ommNsion was scut to London l.\ ' i>-. (! m\..r;;tt!',ril to study and re [«ri: t on this !rade, and nothing h..s I'l't-n 11 o! K'. This, added to iht dr.meht of the summer, tin? rise in ivn< . in fuel, in agricultural pro dun". in <dothing, etc., makes life urduMialdy hard to most in llo h'Mui;;, i It*/ wealthiest, portion of the Kinpi...

MEN IN A MINORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

MEN IN A MINORITY. It is wonderful how regular is tho pro lortion of women to moil in Enghtnc >nd Wales at each succcoding census. A writer in tho " Windsor'* has bcei. ixamining this question in tho light oi .ho Inst census returns. H<» finds thai n 1901 there wore IOCS females ti 5very 1000 males-n female excess <» i,070,G17. But, taking into thu account ho number of males temporarily ah ;ent {soldiers, sailors, oto.)^ And so gut ;ing at tho population belonging t< £ng!nnd and Wales, tho result is onh 1050 fcmalos per 3000 males, or a fe nalo excess of 793,420. Tho proportion of females to males ir England and Wales was 1057 per 1001 miles in 1801. After fluctuations dur ng 1801-1851, tho proportion of femaln :o males has rison continuously sini-« 1851, tho proportion of toniales to malt tn 1891 and in 1901 being the lnglu-> m record (1061 per 1000 maios in 1891 . nd 10G8 in 1901).

HE THAT DOUBTETH IS DAMNED."—ROM. 14: 23. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

H li THAT DOUUTBTH OAAINED."--U«M. 11: 2.'!. NVith tlie wrong conception before tin' mind, the words of tlu1 Apostle <o-iud extremely harsh, He that doi-bteth is damned if lie eat." The idea conveyed hv these words to ninny minds laboring under the delusions of the "dark aires1' is that the person who eats meal clean in itself but thinking the matter to be wrong, thus defiling his consilience by eating, would be damnrd--scnt to an eternity of torture. Hut no such thought was in the Apostle's mind nor could it he properly understood in his words. He there em phasized the fact that any person eating meat, however clean, but thinking it to he a sin. a crime, to eat it, would as a .oti^etpience be under condemnation for ii iving violated his conscience, his judg ment of the Lord's will, and this would -e»*ve as a cloud to separate between himself and the f.ord, who judges tht heart itinl not merely the outward con duct. Such an alienation might ulti ?na-'dy lead to'the loss o...

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

Drotiin Telephone Exchange. Stophon, (}. V. Winters, J. J. Cnlqutioun, C. Murtnii, W. 13.3 Ba:lur Ercmry II.iyc-8' Family Hotol Casey, D. P. 1-luiidursoH, A. R.' Peaao and Sol 7 <) Peaau and Sons J -jJ 10 II irniliou, ivirdnur Roid" 11 U.ickliuuau, Skiiuifr and Hamilton 12 Shiro Hall, Drouin (\V. Young, Bocretary) 13 Fuh'tnann, W C. .miiHi'iioatinn ill ly bo hud irith thu C f.illowiiif; . ... Mulhiiurno la Ij'>ii|;warry 3-^ Giittii'ld 2d Pakutilmm 4i Narrowa' run 01 Daudt-iioni; 81 Tiaralgim 8i Yaringon 2d Stra'ford is -til Mirwnll Tli'irpdilo Wnlhalla Hnkiihy Buhl I'.nlu Nueriin N'v'riin Sill >.\,i-iim N. U|i|irr Munndatra C»,Uvillu B.irra Warraitul Id Buiiytp 2d Nat narsjoon 3d P.ikunham E 4d 6.1 (id 8d 2d 2d 4d 4,1 (id 8d jiu 4d U;rivioK U ikleisjh Trafalgar Moo Sale T'iniiiiabbio It vscdalo B'Olarra Jindivick Malf.a Neorim East 3d Nuuriin Jinic.-M Hflijer 41 "Nari.acin (id B lirnsdale la 101 LimliMmw Is 4d Nilma 2ct

Warragul District Hospital. SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING. SPLENDID INTEREST MANIFESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

Warragul District Hospital. SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING. SPLENDID INTEREST MANIFES TED. The sixth annual meo'ing of the subscribers to the Warragul Dis trict Hospital was held at the shire lin.ll on Friday afternoon. Tlie Rev. Father Roche (President) presided, j The minutes (if the last annual I Jneeting were read anil crmlinned. > The balance sheet showed that the | total revenue amounte i to 1,1,779 | 5s, wliile the expenditure totalled j Ll,7o(j 13s Sd. The patients con- I tributed 1j2o3, and entertainmenls j organised hv kindly disposed people j throughout the whole district, re- j alised L295. Private contributions amounted to L234, the Government grant L225, and municipal grants L107. The report was also a very satisfactory one. The President said he was very glad to see the increased interest token in lite work of the hospital. Four years ago . the revenue was LS3G, while tliis year's amounted to LI,779. Tlie daily average of patients four years ago was !).!, while this year it ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

WONT) IC RFC L ACII IEA'EM UNT WoitMS"*'n X I'K liLE I) i'V COM STOOIv S "DKAD SHOT" WO . M , IMS LLKTS A FT U It iMEDICALl THKATMKNT FAILK1). Still another instance of tin? i flieacy ..{ Oiimsti'ck'H "Dead Sli t" Worm Pe lets is the case of Nell 15iett, whose mother describes in the foil-tTrinj^ statement how tins little girl win nnsncco^.s f ull v treated by several ildcti >i"H, !nit iliat after taking half a tnl'0 ..F C.N1 /i/'ii1',*'v/ir' 1*1-111-1 s, a h i3 -~ passed a qnmitity Nell Brett of b >i h tstoinncli From a Photo. and thread worms. Mrs J. W. Brett, i,? Van Dictum's Land Teirace, Wellington Street, .Smith ijtiune, Tasnuinii, nritof : - "My little daughter Nell, tl.rue years . f age, was treatfl.l w'th (Jomstock's "Dead Shut'' W irtn Pellets, as she was troubled with worms. After taking about half a tnlie of Worm l'elleti I was astonished at the number of worm* she pas.-cil, about eight in all, c in pristng stomach worms, measuring fr>>m ij, t>. 10$ incite...

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

RflAKE YOUR DBS TRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of tin; di.-ii news comes but >eldom. This in n t iIns funk of the Editor, fur lie '.*« .> . :itiriiculou.s pnwor of k11<iwiril; w.i.i. . hiijipcnini; m nil tli<> phiee-i ill Uh> nrt* ? if circulation. It is tlie fault of rcsid- I e*<ts in the silt'iit places. ; Will sunn man or \r nn:in tal;e the ( rnitler n hand and cause the s le.w:e to cea-e ? ! If no »mo else is doing it for your j ?li?trict, will YOU fcry on tbe-e lines? 1 Send accounts of public iind social events in your township or neighb t ; ll i .d, inch a1 we Idings, deaths, accid- i .mita, concerts, matters touching intlns- ! ' rieJ, etc, I IJ ) n.il t) .tlior ali 'Ut grammar or j spelling , it is the Editoi's writ t:i i I kiI: after these trifids. The barest j skeleton i~ enough. j Write on one side of the piper ouly. , Give inform iti n, but let criticism ?d.iiie. Write voiir name in senile c rnor- | not for priming, but to...

Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

Phases ot the Moon. July-First quarter 1st, 5.2t a 111 ; full in.inn 7th, 11.59 p in ; l-nt quarter 1.0th, 5.31 p m ; mm 111 ">n 23rd, 12.38 p in ; first quarter 30th, 9.51 a in. August-Fill! ninnn 6th, 10.10 n ni; i lust quarter ltt.li, l().5(i a in , new m inn 21st, 10.2G pin ; first qimrtei 2i?ili, 2 52 p in September-Full nvimi 5th, l'J 2 am; last quarter 18th, Ii.lB a m ; new 111.urn 2()i!i. 7..'.'5 a <n ; q«'-.itco 2<>tli, 10.'! p in. Ootnher-Full m.mu ltli, .'!..r)8 p m ; last quarter 12tli, 7.33 p rn ; new nmnii ldtli, 1..S3 p in ; first quarter 2titli, 8.11 p in. November- Full ni'mn ?..<!, 9.18 urn; ImsI quarter 11th, 0.36 a in ; new in.mil I JcL'iMiiluT-First quarter -1.20 a m ; Inst quarter l'J'li, O.ol |» m ; n*w moon 17th. 12.3V p m ; fiist quarter - ltij, 6.21 p in. Edison's latest Triumph, Blue Am berol Records, four minute. unbreak able, 2s 3cK fttul latest spee.ia1 speaker for all four minutu records. Call or send for latest l...

Council Meetings, 1914. BULN BULN SHIRE, [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

Council Meetings, 1914. BULN BULN SIIIRK, August ... ... 31 j-ppicmlicr ... Nuvornlier ... ... ^ N vcmlior ... ... Decpinlier ... ...

Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

Church News. CATHOLIC Church - Sunday, July 2fi Masses-WARMRUL 9 mid 11, Vespers 7, Long\v;my Y, Drouin 11 CHURCH or ENGI.AN'D-Sunday next Prouin LI N.M. und 7 {>.IH., Long.varry South 2.45, KTIV. 13» T, Syer. MKTHODIST CHUKCII - Diouin 11, and 7, Longwarry South ttcv. B. Orinp ; Garfield 11, I3unyii> 3, Hunyip 7. Mr Davis ; Uunyip North 3, Longwarry 7, Pecn'M fciotilli'V" I kiciiurila! PHKSRYTEUIAN CHUKCH - Drouin 11. and 7, Jindivick 3, ,llcv. GoodalJ: Drouin West 7, Mr W, Voung ; Neerim Junction 11. Neerim N,E. JJ, rscerim South 7. Mr MC Kenzie, Mr E. Talbot Jones, Dentist, Melbourne, will attend at Drouin on Tuesday, 4th August.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

No invention of recent years has achieve 1 such remarkable results as the aeroplane, nor has any drink achieved such a wonderful result as O.T. No less ihan one hundred milium drin'.s of O.T. is the yearly consumption. Although only eight ye.-rs since it was ii:si introduced in Melbourne, it is now to be found in almost every part of the world. The maclrnerv of five large 'actories in Melbourne, London and Sydney is strain-id to its utmost ro keep ahead of the enormous demand. No other drink in the w dc world lias attained such a s m :~> short a pino 1 ; t'-ie m -. it of O.T. as a drink that gives warmth, and qcenche-. thirst in the .1 t. h .< p'ovi-'i its_wor.il. O.T. is use 1 by the l>riiish Admiralty and has the seal of ap proval o! ihe British Pure Food Society (the highest recommendation of purify in the world). Just the drink to warm you during this cold weather ; get a bottle to-day. If y«ra -ik-ink LEMON SHUAi-M. drink PSJuSE E,EMOM SQUASH. OT. Go 's Lemon S...

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange. \:\ Stephen, (5. V. \\ inters, J.J. Cuiquhoun. C. W, LI.j Bit lor Kic my Hayes' Family Hotel Cnsuy, D. I1. " HemlorwoH, R. IVaau nnd Sniis Hamilton, L;»rdmn Road Backhouse, Ski* m*r and U'*miltoii Shirt* Hull. Drouin (W, Youni;, aeciutmy) Kuhtm-inu, W 0. C> mmunieation i f..|lowiiiU places : - l« Mnlltourno la ry |?2d Oa lit-lil 2-1 Piikonham 4d N arre Wii": oil Gd Uin.UriM'i g 8d T« in 8d Y.1.11 a-.ti 2d Si i n f o< <i 1b 4d 6d Tin'ip'l lo Ud Wall,a) a 8d U-k.l.y 2.1 Bun « uln 2d Ni'ei.in 4d Sih Nm-i iut N. U|.)irr Miimului i CojilviJlu I'.aris Darimm lima 4.1 Od fid ;6j 4(1 2(1 2d my bu hud with llio Wnrmmil Id liuuyip 2d Niit :'iti yodii 3d Pal; nl:?<in K 4d Bui k icK O.ikleigh 'I'm fulgar Jliio Slllu T<« ngibbie It"sidalu Beolarra J111 -11 v i c- k M Nurllll) East 3d Ncciiid Juiic.4d ''ffiotfr 4d Nnrijic.n 6<!. Buii nsd»!e Is 10(1 Lindflioir la 4(1 Nilrim 2d CroMOTer 3U 'id 8d 3d 2d la 8d la Gd ...

The Broom Fibre Industry. Temple A. J Smiith, Chie. 'Field Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

The Broom Fibre Industry. Temple A. J Pmiiili, Chii. Officer. The growing of Broom Q?Tn 1 for the purpose oi providing material for the manufacturing of what are known as American Hous-e Bioouih is m industry capable of greater development in Victoria, and it is ont> that, should be of value to holders of small blocks of land, and particularly so where irrigation is possible. | Whilst it has been amply proved that the fibre, of excellontquality, and yielding a good profit, cin he grown in many parts of Victoria, considerable cjuuntities htq im ported annually from oversea, and also from the neighbouring States of the Commonwealth. At the present time, the area under cultivation is approximate lv 450 acres. The hulk of the . locally-grown fibre comes from the Ovens and King Ri\er Valleys, where it is grown on the alluvial (hits having a fair rain fall, or where the land is irrigable. There are many localities in which the crop could be grown equally well, and X believe thai, ?were...

MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. The Gippsland and Northern C<> jperativo Selling Co., Lt 1., report iiutte'r - Owiiib to tlio extreme cold weather in Victoria, supplies received this week wore very short Similar news comes through from New South Wales and Queensland, and it is fully expected their (inutili ties are going to ho short, consequent ly the market went forward to-day Id. Sales,choicest Is 2d. choice Is lj/->d, good to prime Is to 12J-^d, stored and ordinary qualities lid upwards. Cheese-Supplies fair, demand good. Prime new loaf 8d, medium sizes 7'/td to 7:jid, semi-matured 8d to 8J-2d,and matured 9d to SH-ad. Eggs-Koduced quantities on the market, and values are firm. Ordinary lines realised Is 3d to Is 3'id, new laid Is -Id to la 'l^d, preserved Is to Is Id. Bacon - Prime light sides lOd, medium weights 9Hjd. heavies S.U1, middles lOJ/^d to lid, hams lOjd, jackets 9d to 'JJ-'jd. Lard- Bulk 7d, packet 7id. Tuesday, 21 t July. Wheat-F.AQ. 3s 10id, medium 3s 9id to 3s ...

Market Reports. WARRANGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

Market Reports. WAUIM-INR, MARKET. .U'lvfl, Hin ,fr .umI {JO. report h-»vin^ h o t »*ir .. . ,iI v- kIV fl't'p *' th-it Infill ,Vt T'HMsd-iy, JO It Julv, ; In*ro »>-» . f.Hi yanhn^ '11 nuuia onip'jc.s foi ji u'» kV'*r. wv li'iu ;»i< r-'iiu'l, jj:» r I low > ly f<«- Imc<«II-th \TIpcII wo.ro in |i'o» ueiimud l.Miiv catih aliDwed wuftkih^a and for nnyibin** i-xccp' V, particularly good animal »ales ttoto dull. iMU catrlo wore In excellent demand. Tiiey quote : - IMga -Suck'v « 14*61 181 IkI, 10 . . ." 20i ; aliu^ 20*. 25) tu 27-1 0 1 ; hi "re* 30-. 35s. 39j t«> 43- ; pork-tn 4fn to o5« ; uaconurn 0b% 7^-* 0 I, 80«, 85« to So. **l. Shenp - S-.iu I'lmbH 134. C*itle-F» u11 . 'ck 8 (a 1 i 11 of 7 Ifin Mr 0. II. r«. n) mad- £9 12-t, dir.. c .w* £G <JA ? »» £7 II". "tluT# £5 S^ (o £6 7«, forw «rd c u*liti"U diro t'4 IGa lo £'&, st'»re ditto £3 5 o £4, «h)k»<-m 40S io 50% a«fd lovro- ; m.-k-'M and »p-infers (hen') £G 15a ...

IS POWER NECESSARY? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

is rowmci; XKCKSSAKY ? I say emphatically, No ! There i.s a simple lotion which can be easily and cheaply made at homo, and it is at the snnio time both effective and beneficial to the complexion, t'leminitc is a splendid substitute for face powder, which is at the bot tom of my complexion troubles. ?, (Jet about, an ounce from the chem ist's and dissolve in four table spoonfuls of water. Tho result is a line clear liquid, which instantly :*l\es the face, neck, or arms that P^ach-like bloom of perfcct health. There is nothing to equal it for preasy skins, and the result, lasts all day long tinder the most trying conditions. Try it for the next dance.

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