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DROUIN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
1) R 0 U I N W E S T. On Wednesday, 22nd inst, the con cert, m aid of the State School funds, ?was held in the Mechanics' Hall, and proved very successful, there being a good attendance. The relioving head teacher, Mr Howlett, presided, and the following enjoyable programme .was given :-Overture, Mr F. How lett ; song. 'Happy Soup," Miss Waterman ; »ong, "The Old Sun downer," Master Ted Kelly : song, "The Scout," Mr Lyall ; tableau, "Won't you buy my pretty flower?, ' School Children ; song, "Tho Moorish Maid," Miss Evans (encore, "My Rose"); comic song, "She Was." Mr H. Castle (encored) ; SOUK, Mi»s Hill ; demonstration of Life - Saving Methods, Boys ; humorous song. "The Bassocn," Mr Thomson (en cored) ; song, "Idle Words," Mr» H. Peel ; song, "Japanese Love Song," Miss Waterman 'encore, "A Fare well") ; song, "There's a Land." Mr Land," Mr Lyall : song, "Whispered Vow," Miss Evans ; humorous reci tation, "London Coster," Mr Thom son (ensored) ; humorous song, "Su, Su," Mr H. Gist...
District News. BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
District News. B U A N D Y C 11 i! E K . The concert and ball \i\ of the Eden Park Tennis Club, which w.m held 111 the Buln Buln Mechanics' Hall on Friday evening was a great success financially. The ball, whie'i ?was prettily decorated, with flowers, ferns, and the club colors-brown and white, was well filled with an appreciative audience Irom all parts of the district including Drouin and Warragul. The President of the Club .(Mr M. Bnt.W-r) made an efficient chairman. Th* f.-i||owi g programme was rendered, ..ii'l wa> one of the best given in thi- -]isir:ct for some considerable lime :- V:olin duet. Misses Von Horn ; soup. Miss McNeil (encored); "The Doll's buot," Masters H. Rye and R. Milner (encored) ; I comic song, "Chrysanthemums," Mr \V. Middleton (encored) ; song, "The Dear Home Songs," Miss Ilill ; recitation, "Lascar," Mr Thomson (encored) ; song, "When the birds go north again," Miss Brown ; song, Mr Sheehan (encored); song, "The Death less Army," Rev. B. T. Sycr ; com...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
INCORRECT DIAGNOSIS. TONIC PRESORIBED FOR WBLL-KXOWS SYDEY iMAN WHO HAD LOST THIRTY POUNDS IN WEIGHT. WORMS THE CAUSE. Tho striking case nf Mr 0. 15. Ron ton, of 14 Sir John Young's Crc.-cent, Sydney, N S.W., and connoctod willi n well-known George-street wallpaper 'muse, illustrates two things ; 0:io, that doctors art not infallable, and tho other that adults aro troubled with worm? just as children are, and that Comstock's ?' 1 Jc:id Shot" Worm Ptillotj are a m.,st eft'eetive remedy for this most unp'easant complaint. The letter of Mr Kenton is purely T.Jiintsry and freely giren, and limply states the facts, which ho will at any tinia confirm. "Some time ago I began losing weight in an alarming manner," write? Mr Renloti, "so much so that I went to see a doctor, who examined me and caiuo to tlis conclusion it was dne to overwork and worry. I continued to loo^e weight and also suffer fr->ni peculiar internal pains. I 1 ccame very anxiotif at the continued loss of weight, and thi...
Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
Drouin Telephone Exchange. , 1 Stophen, G, V. 2 Winters,.I. J. 3 Colquhnun, C. 4 Mnrt .!», W. H. 5 liui hir KrcN>ry 0 Hayes' Family Hotel 7 Casey, L), P. ' 8 IleU'liTHOH, A. R. . !) Pease and Situs 10 Hamilton, Lordlier Road" 11 Backhmisu, Skiiner and Hamilton 12 Shire Hall, Drouin (W, Young, secretary) ].> Fuhrmann, W C. C.., following plaet'.u : - Melimurne U L')i»j;vvarry 2d Carlisle! 2d Palienlmm 4d Narrewtureu Gd DandelionT 8.1 Tranilgon Sd Yarragon 2d Stra'ford li 4d Murvvrill (>J Thorpdalo W.illmlia Rokohy Buln Buln Neerim Neorim Sth 41 Neerim N. (jd Ujiprr Moundarra 8il Coalville Vuim may lx> bad with tllo 0.1 8(1 2d 2d 4.1 Warraunl 1(1 Bunyip 2d Nai :mrn&lt;ion 3d I'nkrnhnm E 4d litirn'icK &lt;>,1 C).ikl(!iBh 8d Trafalgar 3d Moo 2d Silo la Timn^abbio Sd Hoscdald . Is li.-olarra G1 Jindivick 3d Maii'ra Is Net'rirn Kant 3d Not-riiii .1 imc.4d "tliot.r 4d Karlucan (Id BilirnH.ial.. 1« 10 1
WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW. PAYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW. PAVSlOrAJTS TIMELY ADVICE 1 he fact that few dyHpeptrc? re&lt;*lfy understand the cause of I lief r trouble is probably t,he rp)i«-i(i *1 |iy dru^s are «ii]| H ed LD 5iii'h an alunning extent. The practice* is wr* r», h..*e e*\ and is strongly condemned by many physicians. J IJ« piescnce nf cxce>« acid in the siotnrich i* tin* cut;>e of practically all forms of digest ire trouble, Arid (hi* can be neutralised and rendered harmless by the "CCMiunal use of ordinary bisurated magnesia--n product which cun be i.h fcnilii* of any ch(-»ni?&lt;t.. PJi i Vs rec nimenii it to tbeir patieuis, be i-aiiM' tiny ii'O'griiai1 that it ti- t mily i.Tt"C"[nr« dnnyen n&lt; ni ? >itint'li neid mid liius ensures eu-y difrri-ii' ii, liiit hy i 3 ii.-e ;in Imrru'ul ilriijr i.« introduced into tliu fT-U'in ii rid tlnrcf'-rt' there c:in be MI) miplt-ajiuH uft"r-i'iTi ut>. Hulf a tear P'n.nfiil tulsen in n IiLi le witter after meal" is nsuiilly...
An Obituary & an Appreciation. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
An Obituary &: an Appreciation. Another ^;n> has been made in 'ho rank* o( Gippsland pioneers by the death t>f Mr Niels Peter Olsen, formerly of "Tiiholm," East. Poowong. The tidings of his death, which took place at his residence, Warhnrlon Road, East Cansberwell, on the 15th July, will he leseivod by hundreds of people, in West. Gi.ipsland and elsewhere with intense regret, for he was a man whohy his splendid personal character won the esteem and eonfidenco of ill who knew him. Arriving in this State from Denmark, his native land, as a young man, Mr Olson settled for some years in tho Castlemaini' district, hut, attracted by the fertility of tho land in West Gipi sland, ho came .o this dis trict in I8T8, wit : a numb' r of bin cornpa'riots, who formed at East Poowong what is known as the'Danish Settlement," one o1" tho most flourishing and prosper ous farming communities in Vic toria. East Poowong at that time was a trackless and well-nigh ii"G£«r0 i1 l?o ns""and the...
THE MOTHER'S HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
THE MOTHER'S HAND. Someone referring to tho finishii>» ouches of tho human hand in polishm .crtain optical&lt; >nstrumenU;n4\ ittie faces nnd hands clean ; it clox* iolea ovor knees and toes: it fills hurt :rv mouths with wholesome ami oala aide food; it tucks in the sleeping .hildren at night and knops oat i\w ..old; it soothes weary limbs to rest; t binds up cuts, and burned ai:ci irutscd fingers; it holds the cooling Iraught to fevered lips; it Rontlj "loses tho eyes that look upon the tut no more. lu a figure, tho m&lt;»ther\ nand polishes tho minds and character! jf her children. Her lingers point ou* tho letters on the block: in the primer *,ho pago in history; tk« nnblo idealr to bo attained; the far-off gold to bt reached; tho rocks to bo shunned; the ttnnlstrom to bo avoided."
BLACK DRAU[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
J SLACK UliAUTlT. Epsom salts, one ounce, senna leaves, one) drachm ; grated ginger, one drachm; Spanish liquorice, half nn ounce. Tour half a pint of boiling water 011 the above ; lot it stand until it is cold ; then strain and odd three drops of oil of cloves. For "placing an obstacle on the rail, thereby cansing n train to stop," a peasant of Nijni Uovgorod was recently fined. He Was trying to commit suicide, and the "obsta cle" was his own hea>l.
ABOUT THE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
ABOUT THE APPLE. Professor Faraday writes: There is scarcely an article of vegetable food nore widely useful and more univer .ally liked than the apple. Why ever.f 'armer has not tin apple orchard, .here the trees will grow at all, is oi:&lt; ? f five greatest mysteries. Let evoif .'ainily in autumn lay in a good storo >nd it will he- to them the most ec-.> lomical investment in the whole nim;j ?f culinary supplies. A raw, mellow ipple is digested in an hour and a lalf, whilst boiled cabbage requires live hours. If taken freely at. break fast, with brown bread and butter, it lias an iidmirab'e effect on the general system, often removing constipation, correcting acidities, and coolinc ofl febrile conditions more effectually than the most approved medicines Thg most healthful dessert that can be placed on the table is baked apples. If families could be induced to sub stitute the apple-sound, ripe, and luscious-in place of the pies, can dies, and other sweetmeats, with w...
THE GIRL WHO IS ASHAMED OF HER MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
THE GIRL WHO IS ASHAMED OF HEI? MOTHER. mother, ttnd conauters tierscVi eiuwo upon to a;v)lu;jiso inr her bad cram mar, mispronounced words, foreign ac cent, or slips iu her speech. When a girl becomes so small :i:id contemp tible that she is ashamed to aopetu in public with her moIher, because she is old-fashioned and dowdy in anpear Mice, her hands brawny, her face pre maturely wrink ed, ami her form ben by long years of drudgery for he children, she is indeed to bo pitied. She has fallen below contempt. We have i" mind a mother who is con itantly making'sacrifices in order that her daughter may make a good ap pearance in society. She wears her old doak and shabby bonnet another year; she reiuoi'els for the second time and tries lo freshen np the gowu R'hich should have been discarded last jrear, so that (lie young girl may have new ones and appear to as good ad vantage as other girls of her age. She drudges from morning till night, and often far into the night, so that her daught...
Mr. Birrell's Ghost Story. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
Mr. Birrell's Ghost Story. Mr. Rirrell told a ghost story at the* Bristol Fress Fund dinner, when responding to tho tonst "Literature and Journalism." In referring to a recent speech by I)r. Silvanus Thompson on the importnnco of science, Mr. Birrell said : "I don't know, my Lord Mayor, whether you ever have bad dreams, but I have been haunted ever since I was almost a boy by the constant repetition of one. and the same dream. "It comes to me again and again. It is this. I dream I i am walking about somewhere in some plain or desert. and T suddenly encounter tho nrritatod f^host of Sir IsnnC Xew tnn. llo approaches me, his eyes "iie' lells me wiio lie"isr'ana"*)io\v"'ig norant lie ifl of nil that has Imp f't'iiffl in th»» worJri of sciotiro sinfo lie lot't. " 'Saw,' lie snys, 'T want you to U»1J mo in a few words-for T have only a quarter of nn hour I of* t-nil that lias happened to tin* rnc ; tho progress. now is it ? I know what, it was when I leit it. What is it now ?' "My heart ...
REST FOR THE MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
REST FOR THE MOTHER. You cannot serve your family hotter than by resting yourself. An over tired mother cannot make sunshine lc Ihe home. Try V, take even naif an .lour of complete rest time dur ing the afternoon. It will , hard to Ket nwav, but mase a duty ; it. and \vil!^ aceomp^ish^it^l^ M get on without you; let them do it I while you nre kocpiriff well tor th*y(r J inkes. Think over the thinps that can best go undone, nnd Irnve some of (hem while 3rou sleep. Rest ie much :henper nnd more ngrr-^nhle than a loctor's bill. nnd if you do not have >ne you will surely have the other. Modesty is a great rirtne; but I inn seldom gets his »al*rj r&isod 0® bd atruDftli of it. Mr E. Talbot Jones, Dentist, Melbourne, will attend at Drouin on Tuesday, 4th August. Cyclone gates from 7/6, any size supplied, town priccs, freight added. P. Faragher, agent. Drouin. Fcr Children's Hacking ('nutffi ni Night, Woods Great I'eppc^mio! Cure, 1« Gd. For Rronobi&l Cov gVu, uko Woods1 ...
WEALTH FROM SAWDUST. GAS AND BREAD MADE FROM IT [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
WEALTH FROM SAWDUST. GAS ANT) BREAD MADE FROM IT American and Canadian sawmills have discovered that tho sawdust which they have "bron perplexed how to rid themselves of as a worthless cnnimbranco is worth at least £S per ton. In Baltimore a chemist has perfected a process of extract ing gas from sawdust. adequate enough to nupplv a city like Ot tawa with light and heat at &lt;~d. per .l.'ioo feet. This is thought to portend that around the great saw mills, which have been emptying their dust into the Ottawa River, a variety of now industries subsist ing on it are likely to grow up. In Austrin, where everything in tho shapo of fupl is being carefully searched for, sawdust is impreg nated with a mixture of tarry sub stances and heated to tho proper temperature ; it is then passed over a plate of iron heated by stoam, from which a screw-conveyer takes it to a press, where it is com pressed into briquottes of tho re quired fire. The press turns out about, nineteen every minute,...
A DAINTY LACE HANDKERCHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 31 July 1914
A DAINTY LACE HANDKERCHIEF. r Thero is always something particularly attractive about a dainty lace hand kerchief, and the sketch shows an articlo of this description ot' extremely pretty design, and at tho same time simple* and easy to make. It should be carried out in fine cam bric, and at each of the corners a small pointed piece of tHe material is cut away. Three-quarters of an inch from the edge, and follow ing the outline of the ma terial, there is a narrow insertion of lace, and the edge of the nandkerchief itself is trimmed with lace to match. Initials are worked in one corner, surrounded by a simple design of tiny leaves worked in various shales of green washing silk. Lac© handkerchiefs are always suitable and profitable article to pre* pare for sale in n ha/a ir or shop ; but when intended for that ptirposo it is as well to work a single initial only upon them, and then to choose the letters that are most comuonly required, and the initials ami design round them can be wor...