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THE GALLANT THREE NUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
TIIK (JAM.ANT TIIKKK III X i Hi !?: I». ? Amy school 1 my can t«*11 ymi how Ihi' "N'oli]«; Si\ Hundred" rushed into 111'1 "Valley of I '. ?!&lt; 111 at llala ej.i \ n "-tliu maddest ami must, .splei'did iV.it in the aimals of nar - hut how many to-ilny Unow the story of the charge &lt;>'" tin? gallant throe hundred, who, a few hours earlier, thing themselves nt. She Kiissi.-in hordes xvitli a valour equally great and glorious 7 Tile curtain rises on this thrill ing episode in Hie Crimean War on the grey, chilly dawn of October 25, 1851. Seldom have British soldiers faced such fearful odds. On tlie heights above them, a dense, menacing mass, wore three thousand of Russia's finest horsemen, out- | numbering them by Ion to one, and ! with nil the advantage of position; ' but even nt. this point, with the . appnrctitly hopeless task before' them, every man in the Hritish line was convulsed wil.li laughter as, down (he hill, in panic flight, raced hundreds of red-fezed...
Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
j Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1 Stephen, G. V. 2 Winters,.!. J. 3 Oolquhoun, C. 4 Mort"it, W, EI. f> Butter Erc'ory 0 JI ayes' Family Hotel 7 Casey, D. P. 8 lleiuiersnH. A. R.| !> Pease and Sons ^ II-iiiiiI'on, Lardner Road Backhouse, »Skii n»»r and"| &lt; Iiamilto Shire Hull, Drouin (W. Young, 3c5cr0tai-y)j Ftihnn inn, W C. -J?cvgw? * ttion may be had} with the following places Melbourne 10 i:i Lonjiwany 2d OH lirld 21 I'akenhain 4d Nariewairen Gd Dandelion^ 81 Trnralgnu 81 Yarrngon 2d Stratford Is 4d Warrauul Id liunyip 2d Nat :»ar«;oon 31 Pakenham K Jd M.irwcll Thorpd^le Walhalla Ilokuhy Buhl Uuln Neerim Neerim Sth Neerim N. Upper Moondarra 0&lt;>al villo Ii trta U.triiuni Berwick' O.ikleigh Trafalgar Moo Sale Toon-jabbio &lt;51 81 31 2d Is Si Is Beolarra 01 Jiudivick :id Matfra 1r Neerim East 3d Neerim J unc.ld -Id Nanacan Ud II lirnsdalo la lOd Lindenow la 4 1 N:lma 2d Crossover 3d Advertisements are the bugle caljp of rhe merchant, the mayuets o...
ROBIN HOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
UOBIN HOOK. Th>re hiia iiumt been (in injtlaw round whoso name 5»ueh romance has huny ris "Hobln Hood" of the Middle Aws. J'jvvn his exist em-e has been doubted ; but it. is now fair ly certain that such n person did exist, and that he jralhered nmii'l him a band of "merry men." outlaws iiiiitu to&lt; C Sherwood Forest, iii.'iir Noll in^ham, iiikJ the identity of the lenil'T lias never been ascertain ed for certain. Some have thought, ho \vns the last of tin* threat Saxons whn held out against the Xoriiiar.s when these conquered the kingdom, others that Jin was the outlawed Karl of Leicester, who led U revolt in the reign of iMhvard II.; others lhat he was the leader of those who were scattered after the death of Simon do Montiarl. It seems certain, however, that he was the "Kohvn Mode" who was pardoned by Kiiitf Kdward II., who tfa\e him a pension on condition that, ho pave up hfs lawless life alidf remained at Court. Hut tir ing of this «juiet after his previous career,...
CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
CITAI'TKIt XVIII. In order to connect tim visit. of I)r. Carpenter to Marflimcn: with oi.hor events bearing on the result, we must «;o hack in our history a short, time, and take up the t.lirra&lt;l c»f that portion of the narrative touching &lt;>n ti m llfr. of Mil, fji Is*&lt;> l.ord ChrstiT in We have already seen the elTect. of Mildred Moore's wonderful beaut y upon Sir Peter Steede. From the time lie made his first call on her, with the purpose in view of entreat ing her to set Lord Chester free from her ensnaring friendship, there -arose a tremendous rivalry between these two gentlemen for her smiles. If I.ord (.'hv.ster presented the sinrer with a diamond brncelet, Sir Deter went him 1 one better, and ^avc her something a little more costly. Sir I'eter had sprung at once into her favour by buying for her the coveted diamond necklace which had been beyond the means of Barnes. It is apparent, at once that Barnes had little chance for success in thi...
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 12. CHATTER XVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
ALXi RIGHT8 RESERVED. 01!, THE HE IT! TO A DUKEDOM : HUGE TEliSONATION' FRAUD By S. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Four Brass Plates," otc., ctc. PART 12. ('HATTER XVII.--(Cent inuiM.) One day Helen received a letter that made her heart leap. "Wo are coming to Kn L'lnnd," \&lt;rrote Abingdon. "Uurton is doiiif; splen didly, physically, but ho has ^rown restless ai;ajn. Ho is still Un/un^ fur that trii"!. Thii* is f rouble-Hume here, for nil the women have black eves and black hair-that, is, most of the; pretty one.;. Once in a while we see I a very light Monde, but the.-e arc apparently no belter to Hurt on than tlie brunettes. ] would like to try (xi liiiii of" jt ;rir* There was }..ri-nt (-hattering over thin. Mr. Brooke sat for a long time, listening. He had heard Considerable about the doctor .-rid his-- queer pa tient. of late, since tin- ilavs got. cold enough to keep him indoors mure. "You two young ladies i!o a great deal of talking," ha slid, with a pleasant laugh. "Why ...
THE FARM. TOMATO GROWING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
THE FARM. 4 TOMATO GROWING; KXTRA OUniN'AKY. The "Internation Hui'tieuli urnl Oi-iii" Journal" of I li't.ober t Si. 1!'12, publishes the t'olli.wini; vei v in teresting iirticle upon tomato ^row" in^ by Mr. \V. P. Ynndiu^. of fJueru soy:-"In the lust week f Miinh. 1912, I planted (me house, 120 l>y 2&lt;i feet. I-\ji thirteen years my ^rui .a 1ms not seen i-itliT a for.; or snail\ I never di^ my ground in ;iny of my Kree.'i houses. The last years I have invited once a ve :r ;.U (luern sey uro'.«rs and others. This ye,, my bouse bearing thia ero;> w. s opened to the public the whole &lt;,f the first week in July. I al ways make it a point to show the turn n.-.i'.-; en th« plants previous to oflerir,;; the see,Is for sale. This year I have heat a!i previous records as to a h-'avy crop. 1 announced this crop -as b-'in^ without any manure whatever- This wuan mystery to all growers. I never 'li£ manure in the ground, sir.ro I never it, but every crop I v two heavy l...
CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
I 'UAI'TKK XIX. Mildred's strength had by this time almost left her, and i>he s:it down, taking a sent near her brother and looking with some decree of rai;e at poor Barnes. As for Barnes, his emotion hai t ovi'tTomi! him completely. His pale fare was turned towards Hill Jones almost, beseechingly. His nerve, which had never before failed him, had de serted him in the hour of greatest need. He sat mute and silent, un Jiecdiu;: /he command of Bill -Jones to tMl the story of his rise to great ness. "Well, .said Mill Joticti, turning to Mildred, and emitting another of his Koul-siekenin;: i;uiTaws, "if ho won't tell yon, I'll tell yon what 1 know. Then ho may tell the rest. This chap was arrested in New York. You re member when I did the three, month:? for--yuu know what-well, the last mouth .this fellow was sentenced. t.n thirty days for v;i«»rnney a"d as^nult in«; a policeman. nh, he was the slickest chap f ever came across. He had a line store of tears to shed ami f-tories to tel...
Market Reports. DROUIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
Market Reports. DIIOUIN M AR1CH I'. Geo. V. Stephen reports having held Ilia weekly sale at the Drotiin yards on Tuesday, when there was ?\ fair yarding of pigs, but only a «inall one of cattle. There wan a further small drop in pitfs, but cattle sold well. L quoto sales as follows: Pins-Sunken 9s 6d, 10s 3d, lis 6d, lis (ill to 17s, slips 17s 6d to 19s. Cattle-Best heifers jtmt calved to A'o/12/6, Iry mores to 63s, bulls to £2/12/G, 2 yrs heifers to 54s. Poultry-Fowls 2s to 2s Gd per pair, ducks 2/2 to 2/6 per pair a lot of sundries at market rates. Privately during the week I sold a line of prime bullocks and a fat ?leifer on account of Mr Notman, also i line of springinK heifers on account of owner at a satisfactory price. I offered several allotments on ae .ount of Mr E. Oddy but failed to nake a sale, the prices offered namely t'5 a lot not being lip to owner's ro aerve.
WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
WAIUUGUL MAKKET. Skews, Hunter and Co, report having ,cia liirir unual weekly aulo it thoir Vai ra^ul yurdi on Thurad «y, 29th .Jan. vh»m liuut* wsw » fair yarding *1! round, nil p-»c-* >«l>oiit »I to la»c nu*>«; . en pu*« ln-ioy mill in nironir d«»in«»d. h»- t«>j» piictf line mora bringing £4 5i 0 I. ''h«»y : - 1'nj* - Silck«ra 14%. 15* to 17-*. .tip* 22i » 27*, oturt'B 30a. 32a, 3G« G 1, 38s, 40a to Ifn. pirknra 4 la Gil, 47* to 50* f»l, bacon, -a 07*, Ola, (J3i, OCm, ()9i, 72s (id, 74h 6d, "7* (»&lt;l to 85a t)d. N«» sheep forward. C illln - F-it IiuMmcIch £G 18\ enwa £5 mv h>r w ud c nid.ti >n d«» £4 5a to £4 10a, . »rt? ditto 1*3 lOi tu £3 15.-*, others from i'3 iigod And inferior lower ; in Ikora ud springers £5 lO.i to £G 10), others &lt;mi £0, Hjji-d and inferior lower ; aprii p . » lififfrB, beat £5 to £6 7« 61, oth«r« in £4 5s ditto 2 yours 55«, i>9* to 05a, tito 12 to 18 months £*2 12i Cdt dt11&lt;> 12 n null* 35« to 45s, di...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS. The Gippsland and Northern Co p&lt;fative Selling Co., Lt I., report nder date of 29 th January ; Butter-There is no change to rc iort in the local butter market since .iir last report. We quote:-Choicest lj'id, clioico Hid to lid, good to rime IO-'^d, seconds lOd to 10J^d, ?eparators 9jd to 10d, dairies 7J«d ! .) 8d. ^ | Cheese - Fair supplies and stoady ! 1'inand, primp new loaf and medium .izes 5J.^d to Cd, semi-matured GL&lt;>d o 7d, matured 8d to fUd. Eggs-Shorter supplies have firmed lie market a little. Btore-keepers lots filing nt 8d to 9d per dozen, so .eted lOd to lid, specials Is per lozen. Bacon-Prime light sides 9Ad to Od, middles 10J.£d to lid, hams Is 0 1h id. - Piill: fid A. TucSday, 4th February. Wheat-F.A Q. 3s Gd, good fowls .vhoat, 3s 4J-:>d to 3a 5d, inferior , uvrer. Oats-Milling Is 9J,$d to Is lOd,: :>ed la fid to Is 9d for best, Is 6d to s 7d for medium. Barley-Choice English scarce 3s .d, good 3s 2d to 3s 4d, no im...
Poultry Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
Poultry Hints. ) Test your egg laying strains. Kil' off all second season birds. j Bright combs indicate good health. j Always introduce fresh blood; it! pays. Charcoal assists to prevent bowel troubles. ( Ventilation essential in the roosting j house. j Green food is a great asset in poul- ; try culture. j Grade the good from the poor lay- j era. Breed from the former. | Insects are good for chickens, so are earth worms. Therefore, give the little birds a chance to get them on the grass runs. Overcrowding is a big mistake. It tends to overheating at night, and puts the fowls in a condition to take on numerous ailments. There is a considerable reason for doubting the advisability of forcing hens to moult. It is believed by those who ought to know that moult ing is a natural process which should rot be interfered with.
An Acknowledgment. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
An Acknowledgment. The fallowing is a copy of the ' letter received by the Chairman i of the Drouin Sruth School Com mittee from Mr W. C. Sanders, late head teacher, acknowledging the presentations which were for warded to him a few weeks ago : Morni.ngton, 19th Jan., 1914. "Dear Mr Kidd,-Your letter and the accompanying address from the residencs of Drouin Sth reached me a few days ago and j the travelling bag a few days i later. I wish most sincerely to : thank you, and through you the ' other members of the School Committee and the residents for their beautiful and useful gift. It is a handsome and useful present, but I value still more the kindiy feeling and good wishes it repre sents." Please thank them all heartily for me. I will always remember their kindness and the pleasant time I spent at Drouin Sth. -Yours sincerely, "WM. C. SANDERS."
Ad Cree's Concert [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
Ad Cree's Concert _Ad Croo and his talented 'company ?iaited Drouin on Monday evening and gave an enjoyable concert in the Mechanics' Hall to a good audience. The programme was a splendid one, and included songs by Miss Ruby Grovea, who has a aweet soprano voice, which she showed to perfection in "Sing Sweet Rird," k>r which sho was deservedly encored and sang "Coming thro" the Rye." Miss Groves also sang " M i Curly-Headed Babby," and rendere 1 a duet with Mr R. A. liartleman, which was a par ticularly fine irem. Air Birtleman has a splendid baritone voice and was heard to advun';:ge in his songs, "Hie Blue Dragoons," ami "Go toSe.-i," for both of which he had to respond to an encore. The violin sotos played by Miss Gertrude Sum nerhayes were a treat, and tin's l.uly w.is recalled on each occasion. Miss Jenny Ciee de lighted the audience with her songs, «nd was a great success in the sketches, "Sandy's Courtship" and ""The Proposal," in which she took part with Mr Ad Oree; in bo...
TARAGO ASSOCIATION. BULN BULN V. BRANDY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
TARAGO ASSOCIATION. BULN BULN V. BRANDY CREEK. Buln Buln and Brandy Creek played at Buln Buln on Saturday, the game resulting in a win for tho I formor tonm by 43 run«. Buln Buln accounted for 9G (E. Hawkins 22, L. Murray 21) ; Brandy Creek 53 (F. Lockwood 19). They wero given the privilego of following on which they uccepted, totalling again 53 (Hill 19, Rankin 15). Scores : Brandy Creek, lit Inninga. Dully, b Gumtono fl C. Hill, b Wat H.ndiey 1 13. Lamp irt, run out 0 P. L' ckvrood, b Gunatono 19 Robinson, b Gumtono 14 H. IUnkin b Gunstoiio 3 11. Hnll, at Pnlltinghorn#, b Wat Haudley 4 M, Butler, b Handloy" 2 A. ltunkin, b Gunstonrs 0 A Lamport, c, b Wat Handlay 2 A. George, not out 1 Byes ... 1 Total ... 53 Bowling-W. Gumtone 5 for 31, Wat llaudlry 5 for 21. 2nd Innings. R. Hall, run out G A, Lamport, c Pulkingliorna b Cliriatio 0 C. Hill, b E Hiwkiiu 19 15. Lnroport, c Chriatis b Handlay 0 Rnnkin, c Polkinghorno b Murray 1 A. Grorge, c Will Hundley b Gumtono 0 Duller, b Gunsinnu...
BUNYIP V. WARRAGUL. Bunyip, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
BUN YIP V. WAltRAGUL. Bunyip, 1st Inningi. Brclier, b (Jlnrko 1 Trumblo, b Cinrko 0 Waiters, b Stevenson 1 J. Holtn'e, c, b Storcns'M) 19 Lamond, lbvr Sieramon 14 Withington, c, b Storemon 0 Gnrroit, c, bWolih 4 Loicli1', not out 0 Turner, b Stevenson 1 Sundries u Total 43 Second Inninea. Wtthinigton, !i Storenion 0 Beocher, b Slovenian 33 Hulgato, c Brooker bStavenson 35 Tliomns, c ntid b Btooker 25 Wa'teis, b Nmleon 31 l'rumbls, b W«lch IB Loiclit, b Small 15 Garrett, b Stovcnson 2 Turner, nut out 14 Sundries ... 14. Total ... ... 185 Bowling Small 1 fur 4, Stevenson 4 for 50, Brooker 1 for 21, Neilion 1 for 21, Welch 1 for 28, Dunn 0 for 20, Clarke 0 for 14. \V*rrs(,'iil, l>t. InniiiR'. iNoiuon, c, D W ithiiigton ' HI Nieoll, it, b rnjniblo 6 StuTonion, c, b Truinble 22 Clarke, not out " 18 \V«lcb, c, b Truniblo 2 Small, b Trumblo 0 Brankur, b Withington 5 Miller, c, b Withington 7 Pratt, b Trumble 6 LDjnn . 0 Sundries ... ... 6 Total ... 118 Second Inningi. Applolon, u and b ...
Sport & Pastime. Cricket. WEST CIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. NARNARGOON V. DROUIN. Narnargoon, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
Sport & Pastime. Cricket. "WEST CIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. NAUNARGOON Y. DROUIN. Narmrgoon, l»t Innings. Wilson, c Bunco b Tritachlor 15 Menzici, b P.trry 5 Blanoy, b Harper 7 Grejjg, c Bunco by Harper 23 Dorc, b Tritachlor 4 Jack Smith, b Hurler 6 .Tun Smith, b Tritachler 3!) Moore, runout 0 G. Backhouse, b Pottit 7 Ueitl, b Pottit 1 II. Backh* ?ubo, n&lt;»t oat 0 Sundries ... ... 6 Total ... ... 102 Boirling-Tritichlor 3 wickets for 39 rum, Parry 1 for G, Harpor 3 for 38, Ivecnan 0 for 7, Pottit 2 for G. Second Inningn. Blanoy, c Born b Tritschlur 0 Mmizies, b Parry 6 Grejjg, b Harpor 23 Wilson, rorirud 53 Doro, c, b Hntpor - 11) . J. Smith, not out 35 Rfonre, run out 11 c:. lUokho.Mo. n», b Pottit &lt;> 11. Backhouse, b Harper 3 Koid, not out o Byes 12 Total . 173 Drouin, 1st Innings. lUrn, b Moore 41 Trituchlur, c Backhouse b Blanoy 21 Willis, c Koid b J. Smith 2 Pottil, st, b Mooro 10 Toliov, c, b Mooro 18. Harpc, b Wilson 25 Parry, b Menziea 2 Kocnnn, no...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
SNSEST ON LABELLED PACKAGES The I nu epen nENT fur .low PRINTING. Miss II. W. PAT1S0N, CONFECTIONER AMD FRUITERER, MAIN STREET. DROUIN. FRUITS IX SEASON, Sl'MMER DKINKS AND 1SEST lWiAN'OS CON EC TI ON E UY REG U L A R L Y KEPT IN STOCK. T U EJ I London Directory (Published Annually.) Enables trailers throughout tin: World to communicate with English in encli clans of poods. BtrsiiloH being n complete commercial guiito to Jjomlon anil its suburb*, tlio directory contains lifts of Export Jtlcrclmiil* with the Goods they fillip, add Ilia Colonial andFoieign Markets they supply ; Stcnuislii|i Lines arranged under the I'ort.i to whiih they -mil; and indicating the npproiimato Sailings . Provincial Trade JVotic.es folendiir.' Munufuclnroro, Meichant3, etc., in tho principal provincial towns anil indus trial centres of the. United Kingdom.. A copy of the current edition will be for warded, freight paid, on receipt o! postal rderfor'iOfl, Dealers peeking npcncies can advertise tli'iir tradu...
Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914
Phases of the Moon. Febrnary--Fir»t qnnrter 3rd, 8.."2 pill ; full niurn 11th, S 34 a in ; last qmrtar 17th, 7 23 p ni ; new moon 25th, 10.2 a in. March- Prat quarter 5lh, 3.3 p ni , full moon 12th, 2.18 p in : last qoartor l'Jth, 3.39 a in ; new nio n 27th, 4.9 a in. April-Kirflt quarter -1th, 5*11 a ni ; full jnoim lOih. 11.U8 p in ; ln«t nimr- ' 9.21 p ni. May - First quarter 3rd, 4 29 p ni ; full moon 10th, 7.30 a in ; last quarter 17th, 8.12 a in ; new nioun 25th, 12.34 p m, June-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 a m . fut? nioonS'h, 3.18 p ni ; last quarter 16tli, 12.20 n m ; new moon 14th, 1.33 n til. July-Fir*t quarter 1st, 5.24 a m : full moon 7ili, 11.59 p m ; last quarter 15th, 5.31 pm ; new moon 28rd, 12.38 p in ; first quarter 30tli, !) 51 a m. August-Full mimn 6th, 10.40 a m; last quarter 14th, 10.5tf a ni , new moon 21st, 10.26 p in ; first quarter 28th, 2.52 p m. September-Full moon 5th, 12 2 am; last quarter ISth, 3.48 a m ; new moon 20th, /-33 a in ; fir^t qumter 20th, 10.3 ...