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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. The Gippsland and Northern Co jperative Selling Co., Ltl., report under date of 3('th July : Batter - Owing to the extreme cold weather in Victoria, supplies received this \reek were very short. Similar nows comes through from New South Wales and Queensland, and it is fully expected their quanti ties are going to lie short, consequent ly the market has not altered this woek. Sales, choicest Is 2d. choice Is lj£d, good to prime Is to 12J-»id, dairies and separators lOd to I0J-$d. Cheese-Owing to the increased production in Queensland their cheese is available on the Interstate markets at low rates, consequently values have ceased hero. Prime new loaf 714<1, medium sizes 7J4d to 7lAd, semi-matured 8d to 8Md,atul matured Sid to 9k>d. Eggs-Raduced quantities on the market, and values are firm. Ordinary lines realised Is 3d to Is 3H>d, new laid Is -Id to Is 4l«'', preserved Is Id to Is lid. Bacon - Prime light sides lOd, medium weights OJ/'id. heavies ...

BEWILDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

BEWILDERED. A oortain mombor of tho Honso r Lords, when travelling in Ireland, too. i fancy to a handsonio Connaught lad ijid engaged him as footman. " O'Brien/' said his lordship to th< lew servant one morning. "BOO if you> ".tJiirrvj.'.i"s was'tYTo ready reply of the; unsophisti cated youth. "Sure Oi jist saw hei udyship go into tho dhrawin'-room." " You misunderstand mo, O'Brien.' uiid hLs lordship, stiffly: "go and a4 r*our mistress if sho is 'at home' to Jay." " Sure, now," muttered the puzzle :notman, as ho obeyed, "if his lordsfr vin't quarot Why Oi saw hor Indyshi; .vith my own eye.s! And now Oi'ro go? to ask hor that same, and sho's in th« house all tho toime." Then thrusting his head into tin Irawing-room. he asked: " Are you :r lotne, my lady?M " No, O'Brien, not to-day," replic is mistress, and the footman retire !ow!j in utter bewilderment. "'Weil, well!" exclaimed nonplnsse' '?it. "Where does she think tie i )oor soul? Sure, it's mad sho is, ant .ho maste...

QUICKER THAN MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

QUICKER TIIAN MEN. A woman s brain weighs on an ave* i ago five ounces less than that of a man j but in at least ono particular she ii; mentally his suporior. She is a fai more rapid thinker. Tlio fact has been rnado clear by f number of experiments conducted witl : subjects of both sexes. In some oi' tliose tests an ingenious machino wa: I employed, consisting of a pasteboarc disc, with n hole in the contre, and r clock controlled by electricity, whict measured timo to tho thousandth part of a second. Tlio person undergoing the tesi watched tho disc, in the centre ol j which, at intervals of a minuto, a littl< I card appeared, dropping into view, anc i occupying tho place whero tho hole , was. In falling, it completed a circuit I setting tho clock going. Tho instant | the obsorvor caught sight of tho cart ' ho or sho was required to touch a kev which stopped the clock immediately. ' thus registering tho timo roquired foi ? perceiving tho object. j In theso and other expe...

AXIMS FOR MARRIED WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

AX'IMH FOB ilaiuued women I By Max O'ltoll. Neroc toll your husband ^ that 70a tive him this or that for dinner, and lot what ho asks for, bocauso you know vhat 13 host for hira. A nan will wil ingly yield to tho woman ho loves, h« .vill moko any sacrifico BJio may require, >ut ho will generally draw tho lino at »e«rtg told what is good for him. The wholo boing of a man craves for tberty. If bo is not in real possession <f it, givo him somotimoa a chance oi uneying ho is. Ho will be grateful to vou for this dolicato act of connidera .ion, and boast that ho is ono of the ucky married men absolutely froe tc io as they ohooso. U« will sing yout >raises and make your reputation. Lot your husband potter about hit »ouso to his heart's content. 1 know nen who daro not change tho place ol 1 pioturc in their own house, for feaj >f boing sneered at by their wives. When lota of people require your at. tention in your houso, and you hare t< baust your Btock of awo...

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

MAKE'YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN, Concerning some parti of the district news comea but seldom. This is not the fault r,f the Editor, for ho lias no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in all the placos in the area of circulation. It is the fault of resid matter ..11 hand and cause the silence to cease ? If no «ne else is doing it for your district, will I'OU try on the-e lines ? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor In id, such iVi'.ldings, deaths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Do not bother about grammar or spelling , it is the Editoi's worK t:> look after these trifles. The barest skeleton iy enough. Write on one side of the paper ouly. Gi^e information, hut let criticism alone. Write y.nir name in some corner not for printing, but to prove good faith. Mr E. Talbot Jones, Dentist Melbourne, will attend at Drouin oil Tuesday, 4th August. | Cyclone gates from 7/6, any siza : supplied, town prices, freight added. ! P. F...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

Edison's latest Triumph, Blue Am berol Records, four niinutr. unbreak able, 2s 3d, and latest specia1 speaker for all four minute records. Call or send for latest lists to 1'. Karagher, Drouin. For Chi Hien's Hacking ut Xi^ht, Woods Grent Pojipennun Cure, 1« 6d. Always Add a Little To SPIRITS B£ER MINERALS WINE WATER O.T. is derived from Fruits and Herbs, which are the finest Natural Foods, hence it is a healthful and wholesome beverage. Warmth, delicious flavour, beneficial properties, are its chief characteristics-those which separate O.T. from other non-alcoholic beverages. This is the general experience of most people. Its mellow "bite" may surprise, because unique in a soft drink, but when used to taking just the quantity your taste and palate dictate, you then fully appreciate its gratifying taste and agreeable flavour. O.T. improves the palatablllty of all Drinks, in a remarkable manner. CERTIFIED BY THE HIGHEST HEALTH AUTHORITIES IN THE WORLD AS 3purc Jfooii mtb "jfjcaltlj j...

Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

Church News. Catholic Church - Sunday, August 9. Musees-Warrapul 11, Ves[>cr« 7, Drouin 9 CHUKCU OV ENC!. AMD-Sunday next Drouin U a.m. and 7 p.m., Longivarrj South 2.45, Her. B. T. Syor. METHODIST CHORCH - Drouin 11, and 7, Longxrarry South 3, KGY IS. Crisp; Lonj^warry 11.30, Bunyip S and 7, Mr Davih; Garfield 11, Mr WilliamG; N«erim 8oulh 11, Crossover 3, Uok«by 7.30, Mr Itowlanda ; Neerira 11, Neerirn Souib 7, Mr Richards Jtcv. A ouutliiJi : iJiyiiin {, i>' r \v. iouiiK : Keerirn Junction 11, Neariui Jiasi 3, Neerim South 7. Mr McKeuzie,

Market Reports. WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

Market Reports. WAIIRAGOL MARKET. Skown, Hunter nn<i Co. report luring h.-'d their usual wi?« kly Bale at thair NY;»rrui»ul yartls on Thursday, SOih July, when a't description* wore n^aiu Very hii»ht tin.- cow market was very dull, uilier dtiAC-iptions of stock ubout .,q'nl to iu o quotations. They quote : - P.-s -Suek»Ta 14% ?.» 22* f>d, »Hpi 24*. 26i lo 27», Btorna 30?, 30a, *43*, 44s 6J Cn 50«, porlorti 49', 50i to 5Ga, biiconer.-* 68-*, 73-, 77^ Gel, 81s to 8U, b cktrt*4«r« 97* to I23s, aown 70s to 2G0*. Cattlo - Fat bullocks £7 1£h, ditto cows £5 lOi, £(i 2a, £G 10* to £6 15*. diiio hc'ifu.B £4 8«( £4 17s to £5 10* ; forward condition co\t^ £4 to £4 10a, dit o atorea £3 £3 7a t>d to £3 lOi, oti.ura from £3, aj^d low *r ; milker# and ?pringora (beat) £6 17s 6i tn £7 14*. (>. li'H'B from £5 lOs to £6 5B, inferior £4 10s to £5 5^, backward .springe's £5 to £5 10*, springing heifers £5 lOi to £G lo*, others from £4 L0d to £5 5«, ijumM anu thin l«.wurt diito 2 ye...

School Committ [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

School Committ Mr C. W. Sunley '(ChHinnan) presided over a mooting of tho Drou a) Go.ii in»i Ido uu Monday evening, when a letter was received, notifying that tho permanent head teacher was to lake charge on 10th inst. A good deal of discussion took plane relative to the blocks of land at the rear of the school ground, which had been purchas ed so as to enlarge the school grounds. It was stated that tho Govt. Valuer, Mr .Brown, had inspected tho ground, without consulting any of the committee, and now a plan was received showing that a strip of the land was to bo excised. It was agreed that Mr Mackey be asked to come up with Mr Brown and interview the committee, so ihey would he j able to have the matter definitely i settled, and know on whose ; authority part of the land was to ! be excised. S A reply has been received by i the correspondent, Mr Boon, from j Mr Mackey, who expressed great I surprise at any alteration ' being | made, nnd would interview t.ho j settled. JSvidontly so...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

T. BARNETT, TIWSfJIiTH & PLUMBS R, ITIAIi\ STKUIi'I', I>ltOI I\, (Opposite Pcaso's Mori'.) Local Agent for "Gane" Milkinjr Machines, "Tangvno" Keroseno Oil & Benzino Engines, The Wolseley Hand-Power, Belt Driven, Steam Turbine Plants, and Separator Oil. Batavia Sea and Fire Insurance Company. it gent for THE GRAETZIN, the best parlor Lamp invented. Call and see for yourself. Complete house lamp, cost £3 3s; outside lamp, a much more powerful lamp, cosf £3; also Buggy Lumpi The Big Have declared War against the Balance © of their Winter Mtock, and will start opera tions on Thursday, August IS. The dreadful A 4 .-I amongst the great Powers of the World must raise the price of every commodity. Notwithstanding this fact, CfiOMIE & COY have decided to follow their usual course and slaughter every aiticle in their premises. This great, war will add another victory to the scores already won by Cromie&Co for GENUINE BARGAINS and with grim deter mination wi...

Remarkable Bee-hive. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

R o m arkab\o Coo-hlvoi' I In the course of renewing1 the roof of Cnstlohill House, a lata 3Sth-centurv mansion near Ayr, tho workmen camc upon a hivo of boos which has boon known to havo been locutc<l under the slates for tho past fifty years. The hive and store of honey was found (o have grown to extraordi nary proportions, the quantity of accumulated honey and comb having hecoiuc so threat ns to endanger by its weight tlie structure on which it rested. The bees, of which there wcro thousands, wero killed so as to enable the workmen to remove the store. Tho honey. \vhi«rh was in a pcriert stale of preservation, was removed in pailfuls, it must have amounted to several hundred weights. "What's his business?" "liaising the dust." "What d'ye mean ?". "He's a gold miner." "I asked her to conic down to day and get married." "What did she say ?" "Said she would only she had another engagement." "I want ten pounds of coffee." "In the bean ?" "No I" Then you'd bettor go down to...

Football. DROUIN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V. LONGWARRY STH [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

Football. DROUIN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V. LONG WAR RY ST II The above teams met at Drouin Smith on Saturday last and the H'.atch was won by Drouin by 24 points. There was a good atten dance of supporters of both sides and a Rood friendly game was witnessed. Healey utnpiiel the match to the satisfaction of both i teams. The goal-k'ckers for Drouin were-E. Tritschler (1), James (1), Slocomh (L), Colvin (1), Linsing (3), and Borne (4); Long warry South-Paternoster (4), Wilson (3), and Hughes (1). Following are the scores : Is! qmr'pr Drouin G froa 1= 7 behinds Longwarry South 1 gin 3 blid , 2i'd q'laricr Drouin 1 bbds Longwarry South 2 gla 3ril quarter Drouin 3 gls 2 bhds Longwarry South 3 gls 2 bhds < !i ; Drouin 2 gls 4 blids Drouin 11 gls 14 bhds (80 points), j Longwarry South 8 gls 8 bhds (56 points). I The folio wins: is the positions of the clubs in the Drouin Football Association : Matches Club* Plaj«tl Won Lost Drawn points JJrmiiu ") ~i 1 | y j '2 j 0 r~36 S ...

Pig Breeding Industry. BENEFITS OF COOPERATION. AN APPEAL TO FARMERS. MEETING AT WARRAGUL. DANDENONG BACON FACTORY. KEEPING UP PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

Pig Breed nig Industry. BENEFITS < >P COOPERATION. AN APPEA;. TO FARMERS. MEETING AT WARRAGUL. Dc\NDENON(l BACON FACTORY. KEEPING III' PRICES. A public meollng of shareholders of the Dandelion;; Co-operative Ba con Factory Company and othero interested was held at tlie Commer cial Hole!, Warragul on Thursday afternoon for the purpose of plac ing the financial position of the fac'ory before the farmers, and re questing their sunport, in order to place the; company 'on a sound financial basis Mr Thomas Cason prosified, and there was a good Catherine: of farmers. The Chair man said that they had met to discuss a very important matter to overy fanner and pig-breeder in f.'ippslaml, namely, the financial position of the company, which had been mainly responsible for rais ing the price of pigs from 2.\d per pound in the old days to G.1, per pound at the present time. " The Dandenong Co-operative Bacon Compnnv was a Kirnicr^' concern, :i,VN'v.Vnrgu'r^rstrurtV "the company had...

[?]U[?] PAYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

| PAYSLCIAN'S TIMliLV ADYICU j Xho faot thai tew dyspeptic* reiily U!ni»T-t:tlKl tile C:«USO "f i Ilfil* tD'tlble is j»r Imbly * ht* v-a- n why «iru^ <r-.* .-'Hi H-i*d tn Midi an extent. The practice i- wr. h wci?', and is sir nirl.y ? in 1 tj1111jel] by many pliy-iciiiH Tli«- precede "f exco«* arid in the stomach is the eanM» «"f practically all f .riu^ . f iligt»<iiv«i trouble, and ;hi- cm. be neniruii^vl md rendered harmless by the . cersb-nal use ot >rdintry bisuratcd uttta-at^ia-> puuiuct wim:h imn be »»h Uinod of any chemist. Pnysicians use bi«urated u »«u«ria th"m-elves as well a? rec mmend it lo their patient-, be eati-e thev »ec-tfni-e that it ti >t wily ..Vi^rcntnc^ danm*r. us si i.jn k:!I acid ami time ensures oasy d gn ti n, hut t>v it? n-c n> harm'nl dmj» i* mir din-ed into llie sy «em and thfrcl"ie there can be n«» unpleasant aft^r-elT-ct.v Htlf a tea p Miiful taken in u lit«lo water after meal* \fi usuuliy q nic sufficient t»» 'see...

NEERIM ASSOCIATION. JINDIVICK V. NEERIM STH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 7 August 1914

NEEKIM ASSOCIATION. JINDIVICK V. NEERIM [BY ONLOOKER.] ?Neerim South journeyed to Jindivick on Saturday list and. as was expected, a splendid game resulted. It was another glorious day and a pleasure for Voth i pla vers and barrackers. Jindivick had a good team, perhaps their best for the season. South were rmnua F. Mapleson, whose place tKiiiy'K tin .i }!? w mit)iue» before tile final beli, they simply out classed South, registering 6 goals in the lust quarter. Jindivick bad the better of the scores by 3 points at half-time. In the third quarter South kept Jindivick pretty busy and were having plenty of shots, hut fiiled in their kicking as on the previous Satur day. At this stage T. Collins was doing splendid work forward for South and A. Wisey was de fending equally well for J indivick. At the start of the last quarter South were working hard and got 2 goals in quick succession, which made the J indivick sup porters iook anxious. Then as mentioned above, Jindivick woke up and won...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 14 August 1914

The Big Have declared War against the Balance © of their Winter &tock, and will start opera tions on Thursday, August 13. The dreadful * owers ot the World must raise the price of every commodity. Notwithstanding this fact, CEOMIE & COT. have decided to follow their usual course and slaughter every aiticle in their . premises. This great war will add another victory to the scores already won by Cromie&Co for GENUINE itwci mkgains and with grim deter mination will be carried on for 9 DAIS 9 when Peace will be declared /or six months^ You cannot afford to allow the advan tages which this 9 Days' V* ar will offer you to pass. -X Come One, Come All. IF. BARWETT, TiftSSS^ITM & PLUMBER MAIN STISEKT, DItO II 1\, ' (Opposite ^ Pease's More.) Local Agent for "Gane" Milkinc Machines, " Tangyne " Kerosene Oil & Benzine Ensines, The Wolseley Hand-Power, Belt Driven, Steam Turbine Plants, and Separator Oil. Batavia Sea and Firo Insurance Company. Agent for...

Warragul Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 14 August 1914

Warragul ShlfS Council. MONTHLY MEETING. The "Warragul Shire Council hold its last meetiiv_i of the financial year on Wednesday last, when there were prose it, Crs Smyth (Pre sident), Dori'cll, Puvnter, Arnold, mc Keil, Duvine. Copeland anil Smith. Correspondence. Skews, Hunter and Co., offering n piece of land for quarry- purposes ne-ir Drouin quarrv.-Received. T. Northwuy, asking tor payment o£ 10s for removal of trees on Clan cy's cutting; also drawing attention to young gums, etc. growing on both" sides of Clancy's cutting and suggesting that they he removed. -Ko-;t pay sheer; offer for work to be done. ? R. S. Montague, forwarding appli cation for registratfion for hospital in Victoria StreetHealth Officer to report. W. MeC- me. applying for pciillu sion to view hand 100111 w,i h a view of re itinfz same for sehool-of-arms. -Granted. . , E. A. S. Keeblo, slating thai the posts are now ready fur fencing road lo her property. -Engineer- i ,0 Country Roads Board, stating that fee'...

Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 14 August 1914

Ladies' Column. * SOME GOOD RECIPES. 7f, when making boilod starch, a piecc of soap is left in, It will bo found during the ironing proccss that not only will tho iron slip along easily, but a beautiful glossy effect will bo produced. The most difficult of all stains to take out are those made by cof fee. With cure, however, the stnin Can be removed from iho most delicate silk or woollen fabrics. Hub the mark gently with a littlo pure glycerine, then rinse it in lukewarm water, lny a cloth over tho darn}) part on the wrong side, and press with a cool iron until dry. "Do not wet more of the ma terial than is absolutely necessary. To nscertnin whether a room is damp or not, place a weighed quantity of fresh lime in an open vessel in the room and loavo it thcro for twenty-four hours, care fully closing the windows and doors. At/tho end of tho twenty To wash woollen stockings so that they will not shrink is quito easy. First shred some yellow soap into a srnaJI tin saucepan, cover it wi...

COST OF BAD TEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 14 August 1914

COST OF BAD TKMI'KK. I "Ity getting into a rage the work of the heart may ho increased from 3f>2 to 224 foot-pounds per minute. Keep 3'our temper is, therefore, good advice." This w*is one iv* (he re marks made by Mr. .J. Strickland Ooodnll in his lecture on "Heart Strain and its Prevention," at the Institute of Hygiene recently. He further reinnrked that if .you go to bed at ten o'clock instead of 12 you will snve your heart. in the course of a year 87t\000 foot pounds of worU, while nn hour's re*t on Sunday afternoon will save the heart 02,400 foot-pounds of work per annum. Wife : "Why, husband, I thought you had more tumae tho.n to buy a cornot. You know the follow next door worries us nearly to diwvth with his." Husband yourself, jHy dear. That's the one I bought."

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