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

1"A LI ZING HAIR. Now of I (Mi wo hoar the lament, " I have trie/1 everything on the mar ket, and my hair comes out in hnmlfuls." Not so surprising either ivl"*.*?.' rsst'f » r.r it» no* wiy rcusuii why every woman should not make her own lotion nt home. The finest vegetable Ionic I know of is made by mixing a packet of boranium with \ pint of hay nnn and tickling sutlicient water to fill a half-pint bottle. This lotion rubbed briskly into the sculp sets the hair roots tingling1 with new life, and will, if persevered with, give you back your "crowning glory."

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

Artful Dog. A young Army officcr owned a smart spaniol. Among other tricks, tho officer trained tho dog to an swer "letter call" and fetch his owner's letters to tho mcss-tnblo. rienseel with tho dog's intelligence, tho ofllcer fell into the habit of giv ing him a lump e£ sugar from tho broa.kfnst-tn.bIo. One morning, soon after the bug ler had sounded "letter call," the spaniol came in with neither papers nor letters. This was unusual, for tho ofHcer subscribed to a daily paper that invariably arrive' in the morning's post., hut he thought little of it at the time. About eleven o'clock, however, the dog en tered his master's quarters and de posited a muddy paper upon the floor. The odicer did not under stand the situation, but he gave tho dog a lump of sugar. Later the dog appeared with a Jotter in his month. Then tho owner's suspicions were aroused. Ilo gavo tho dog another lump of sugar and watched him. Re soon found that tho dog had buried tho morning's post in tho rear of tho o...

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

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Vegetable nnd fruit stains on the fingers can be removed by dipping the lingers in very strong tea for a few minutes nnd then washing them in clear, warm water. To make meat cookcd in n oven juiry, pluco i\ jam inj b»}f torn' of the oven. Tho steam rising from tho water makes Mio air in t.ho oven moist and prevents tho ment from getting hard. Before frying the breakfast bacon, cut off tho rind nnd dip each rasher in flour ; thon fry or prill quickly. This prevents the fat from running nnd gives tho bacon a bet ter flavour. The problem of rust stains has been solved by holding the dam aged fabric in boiling ehubarb water. When washing :\nd rinsing colour ed materials add a teaspoonful of Epsom salts to each gallon of water, and even tho most delicate shades will neither fade . nor rtm. Serge or merino dresses, Which have been dyed black, can be .safely wash ed in this way without any risk of the dye miming. After using a bowl of starch do not throw away what remains ...

SMACK IN THE "I." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

SMACK IX THE " I." rillingor is an enthusiastic golfer, ami when his friend Grift'ece met him coming away from the links he found I'illingor in a terrible frame of mind. "What's happened, old fellow," asked Crificco, amiably. "H\erything's the matter," growl ed fillinger. "it's enough to make, one give up golf ami go in for fish ing. That, ass iMtznoodle has been running all over the course. and actually crossed my tee just as I \va.; about to make a lovely drive. What would you have done, if you had been in my place ?" Griflece is a smart man, and hi3 retort was characteristic of him. "Well," he replied, with a smile, "seeing that ho crossod your ' t," I think X should have dotted his

Climates Changed. HOW SOME COUNTRIES HAVE ALTERED THEIR WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 July 1914

Climates Changed. now SOME COUNTRIES HAVE ALTERED TFTEIU WEATIIEH. One of thn difficulties in the path of new countries is that very often tho climate is not just tlie sort needed for successful agriculture. But science is altering all that. Climates arc being changed every year, gradually hut surely. Tho most common difficulty h; usually too small a rainfall. Many countries have such severe droughts that if the tiny annual rainfall were just an inch or two less tho soil would be impossible to cultivate, and tho whole country would be come a desert. TKEKS AND HAIN. It is in cases like these that tho climate-maker steps in. Where lack of rain is the trouble ho is usually the Government's botannieal or for estry expert. His solution is to plant trees. For, strange as it may seem, trees increase tho rainfall. They do so in two ways. The leaves of trees are always-owing to their chemical make-up coaler than the surrounding atmosphere, and so help to bring down what mois ture there is in...

WHY SOME WOMEN ARE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

WHY SOME WOMEN ARE POOH. Becanso even as their incomcs in r.ronno their wants become moro num A'ICJ v«.V HWl IV««p »»<"? much f.Iioy spend. Thoy do not watch the waste in th* kitchen. Thoy indulge thoir tastes too fully. They allow thoif children to forn extravagant tastes and habits wliicl must be entered to at all costs. They allow themselves to bo impoe ed upon. They haro too great a regard for ap ponrancea Above ill, thoy have never heei brought up to uppreciat© tho tni vftluo of money.

A CRUSTY OLD BACHELOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

A CRUSTY OLD BACHELOR. For many years a faithful t>''us,e" Keeper worked for a bad-tempered old baclvelor, but finally grew tired of his Eternal complaints, and decided to eave him. Biding her time, therefore. »he informed him that she waa goinp io California. . 'To California!' he repeated, "> tlarm. 'What to do there, pray? 'To find a husband,' she answered boldly. 'They say there are many more men than women in California. .Bali!' the old bachelor snarled^ Don't flatter yourself that you il fiii'i .a husband amonti them, woman, it; true the men are in the majority, but they're not the mnrryins sort. 1 hey re runaway husbands who've pone to California in search of a little peace.

COMMO[?] MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

COMMG.'/ MISTAKES. We are all niisiaken nI limes, &w wo should not object to have our er rors pointed out with » view to theii correction. Here are some of 11 ir mistakes that, are of frequent occur rence. Yon arc mistaken II you think that the more you ea' the fatter and stronger you become. If you think that the more hours i, child studies at school the faster i' will lenrn. In concluding that exercise beint henlthf:il, the tnore violent or exhaust ing it is the more pood it will do. In imagining that every hour takei Irom sleep is an hour gained. In thinking that the smallest root, in the house is large enough to alee) in. In advising another to take a rem edy which you have tried on yourself without special inquiry whether al the conditions are alike. In eating without an appetite, o onntinuinfj to eat after it has been sat isfled, merely to gratify the tasto

BARLEY BROTH (Scotch). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

BARLKY lmOTII (Scotch). Wash half a pound of Scotch bar ley in cold water ; put. it in n stew-pan with four or fivo pounds of shin of beef or a knuckle of veol ; rover well with cold water, and when it boils skim it well, nnd add two good-sired onions; simmer gently for two hours ; let it grow cold so that all the fat may bo removed from the surface; then put in a head of celery nnd a turnip, with season ing to taste, nml boil for an hour IoTi^or. It more nit vises, slum it off hrfori* sriuling" tho broth to t able.

CHEERY MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

CHEERY MOTHERS. It is easy to talk ab'Jut. keeping ?..hecrful and smiliriR ill thy lace <>l adversity, but everyone knows how hard it is to do so. . One day a mother caught sight U herself in the glass. "Xo wonder Harry looks so sad l! do sees a face like that opposite Inn; at breaklast every day!'' she argued th.e.children have wit to myself, I*erfinp3 if I look happy, happiness may look for me." Her determination taken, this wom an made every effort to carry it out. No more luxury of woe, no more re velling in the injustice of Fate. She worked as hard to seem gay as she worked to keep the home together. Some of her efforts were unsuccessful, and there seemed nothing to smile about and no one to smile hack at her. But. she kept up her courage, and hor husband finally caught, the infection. With it he adopted a more hopeful view of life. His wife insists that from deliberately looking cheer ful, she has learned to feel cheerful, and that 110 one has any right to in fli...

BANBURY CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

BANBURY CAKBS. Bent, n Quarter of a pound of butter to a cream, and mix it with | hall" a pound of finely cut candied lemon and orange peel, a pound of currants, and a quarter ounce each of ground cinnamon, and allspice. ?Roll out some pastry, cut it into pieces six or seven inches ,'quare, put Uio above meat in the middle of one half, fold the other over, and pinch H into nn oval shape, then brush tint! bnko 111 n. moucrmo

CHOOSING A HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

| CHOOSING A HAT. I The following advice Li given by a well-known fashionable milliner: - "I have one rule for most women. I match the lint to tho hair. The re sult is always good. Of course, if the woman is old, with white hair, it. is not so satisfactory. But the woman with brown hair should wear a brown hat and tlve woman with rod hail should wear a hat in dark red tones, and so on. If you are going to buy a hat match your hair. "The second best thing is to match the hat to the eves. The woman with big brown eyes should wear a big brown hat. The girl with tho saucer blue eyes can wear a big blue hat. And tho girl with hazel eyea ought to cultivate liats that are hazel and light brown and yellow brown. "That is a splendid rule for any woman to remember. Match the hat to tho hair or the eyes. It is suro to

BARLEY GRUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

BARLEY AIIUR.L. Boil an ouueo and ft halt oi pcaii bnrlev in a qUArt of water till re duced to a pint: strain; flavour with ginger, warm it up in :» saucepan, then add a glass of port wine. Thin gruel is rendered more strengthening by using three parts milk and on© port wnter, instead of water only.

MOST OPPORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

MOST UiTORTUNE. Man Overboard: "Help! Help!" Stranger: 41 Why don't ycz swimf " I don't know bow." | " Suro an' yo'vo got a fine chance tc learn." Weeks: " I laughed at ray wife whou she first took up physical culture for o fad." Poeks: "Why don't you nowP" Weeks : " I dassen't." Do^son : "In the account of t}i;i 1 .redding 3'esterday they speak about tho ' blushing brido." I wish to goad* nifss they would inveut a new pnrast ir two." Mrs. Dobson: "Well, dear, wheij vou think of the sort of men girls hav< to marry nowadays, you cannot won Jer at them blushing." Speaking of a beloved chum who re rently had married a beautiful girl and eono on a wedding tour, an old bach "lor said. "I miss Charlie very much. Mid sometimes feel like weoping foj iti. since ho 'wont over to the silent uajurity.' M To Mend a Crack in an Oren.-Tak« w-»> I'l'inont and mix it with soft soap :il before adding tho water, .n rill up tho crack down by tho side i the oven. This mixture when set . "&...

Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. TO PREVENT BURNING WHILE BAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

Ladies' Column. 1 SOME GOOD RECIPES. TO PREVENT BUttNINO WIITI-iF. BAKING. A cup of water set in tho o\cn tvliile bnking will prevent mcn.t, pi^s» etc., from hurningf.

THE LONELINESS OF AGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

TH55 LONELINESS OF AGS. I1./U' few of us trrai- wit}] k'lnkrnosj »tl \ on.siJora;i-.>ii those wii" have out . vi <\ lin*ir <ronoraU'.in. una who.-c oar lr. 'iil t licii! : Tiit'V i:i-oi.-sanrii V iv*! f-i a v;»-ent fx'ont tu a *.**or - J ii'-.r ov.;i, v.iih w in :)J ,i/. !) .* f:smiiI::ir. Va " ? ! : j:i-» and " :i ?: i .«. : ?; . ? Mii'i yi-arj- w ii? i hav» i')!u* api O;«---t.' . i4.:»y 'Jiv.'r n :*1 i t; i IM; < ] - i "i vr how tK mi fr».!ti «J '1 lin-ir M;,V- i.-'.iij ii; Ji k . v.--I\ .. ;ortu a<vn:r<vl jind !"\vti ni . <_">uo. ti ? i} i a ? hwkt-.i into iiunr- \v ill tm . m iiiiiTiiu:! u*v -lu'lil-'V--, ;ia; wiot*» tuat oiivioil ;«ii«i -tirrc " < ir s'MiJ.- .ivtt " :n.v * i- ; t ; i!o. » Hi.-ir »..;{i \y worid ho]):- tad j>\* \v.u ^.coinc a denial io:\ and thov - ii i siloueo »1 so nun th:r has hnMi ..vruug'it flny ;u\' waiting till (ho shadow.-. nro ;t lilJr« Jont»i?r ur'-n-n" n> p.j.s-n ...

Selling Old Guns. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

Selling Old Guns. Huge profits and u spice of dan ger arc the chief attractions of ? gun-running. A market for the arms and ammunition that important countries discard as obsolete can l>e found in partly-civilised districts and amongst rebel societies, Rus sian Terrorist committees, Indian hill tribes, and Arabs are the chief buyers of old guns. A few years ago a. London firm were oiVering- for sale a million right out of their country "uiui tiuis iiu'ity from revolutionaries, the State had sacrificed them for it mere son#. The "London company bought th'un, and was ready to dis pose of them ul a slight profit. Pathans on tlie Indian slopes would dearly have loved to get hold of i some of these rides, for a hill na tive will risk, his life creeping into the British frontier posts by night in order to steal Tommy's firearms. Immense profit, is to be made, therefore, by smuggling guns into forbidden territory, and sea captains and other hardy adventurers are to bo found ready to sta...

THE LADY SEXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

THE LADY SEXTON. At Crowland, near Spalding, Lincolnshire, a romnrkable church controversy has suddenly developed as a consequence of the action of tho How S. C. Calvcr, the new rector 01 Crowland Abbey. in dis charging (he lady sexton Oliss S. <T. Hill). The appointment has been in the Hill family for nearly 200 years. The sextons during thai, time have tho latter n' ' tnljiia in"' fcruwiuim Abbey records the fact that ho lost his sight by walking in a snow storm when forty years ol age, but, despite this, lie could go into the churchyard and fin;! easily every grave ho wns desired to point out.. Mr. Culver was recently appointed rector, nnd a few weeks ago ho gave the lady notice ;o leave the Abbey cottage, a house built many years ago specially for tho sexton. At. the Exeter vestry, as soon as the ordinary business had been transacted, the rector declared tho meeting closed, and he declined to allow tho matter of the sexton to bo discussed. A lively scene follow ed. It...

DROUIN WFST V. LONGWARRY SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914

DROUIN WFST V. LONG WARRY SOUTH. These teams met at Drouin South on Saturday afternoon, the match resulting in a win for Drouin West. Scores not to hand. The following is tlio positions of tho clubs in the Drouin Football Association : Drouin | 10 Iiongwarrj S Lftnlntr Lon^warry K Drouin West G | 4 | 1 | 2(j 5 | 5 I 0 | 2(1 3 1 8 0 | 13 6 4 1 20 DItAW. Tho following is tlio draw of tHe Drouin Football Association, matches to bo pluyod on tliu ground oI thr first-named toam : THIRD ROUND. AUGUST 1 Longwarry East v Lardnor at Lardner Drouin v Longirarry South at Drouin Drouin W«it a byo AUGUST 8 Lardnor r Drouin at Drouin South Diouio Wojt T Lonywarry Kast at Livdnor Lonmvany Suulh a byo AUGUST IS Lonavrarry Souili T Lsrduur at Drouin Smith Drouin v Drnuin West (undecided) Lou^vrnrty Eul a byo Longwarry South having ob jected to play on the Drouin South ground on Saturday, their match against Drouin will te played cn the Drouin ground.

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