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MOST OPPORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

MOST Oi'l'OR'IT'NE. Man Overboard: "Help! Help!" Stranger: "Why don't yez swim?'' <41 don't know how." " Suro an' yo've got a fine chance tc learn." "Weeks: "I laughed at my wife whet, she first took up physical culture for jj fad.'j Peeks: "Why don't you now?" Weeks: " I dassen't." Doyson: "In tho Account of (It.-.', wedding yesterday tliey speak abom tho ' blushing bride." I wish to good .losu they would invent a new phraM or two." Mrs. Dobson: "Well, dear, when vou think of tho sort of men girls hav»i to marry nowadays, you cannot won der at them blushing." Speaking of a beloved chum who n» eently had married a beautiful girl ane gono on a wedding tour, an old bach elor said, " I miss Charlie very much ind sometimes feel like weeping fo unt, since ho ' went over to the silent majority.' " To Mend a Crack in an Oren.-Take nomo cement and mix it with soft soar and salt before adding tho water. P:,en fill up the crack down by the sid* f tho oven. This mixture when so* >...

STATE STUDENTSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

STATE STUDENTSHIPS. Amongst the list of students who have been nominated for ad mission to the Teacher's College ufter one or two years' service in the schools are the names of Waller JameB Cawthorn, of Rokeby. Angelique P. Humono, Neerim school.

Ladies' Column. BAKED LEMON PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

Ladies' Column. JIAKKI) 1.K.MON 1M 11111 N (I. Yolks of -1 I'KKs, sii;rar, 1 leimm. 4' fh htsitvr, puJY fP»\:l the to a froth, mix them with the su^ar ami warmed butler. stir tojjether. putting in the uraled riml and juice of the lemon. Line a shallow dish with puff paste, put in the mixture, am! hake in a mode rate oven Tor -1" minutes ; takeout of oven, beat the white of e^.s to a froth, and strew over top, re plann# in oven for few minutes to brown.

State Scholarships [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

State Scholarships In the results of the annual com petitive examinations, held on Tuesday, Decembor 26, for the scholarships granted by the Education Department, we notice the names of several pupils of the district schools. ORDINARY SCHOLARSHIPS. Tom A. Heale, Neerim N.E. school. Rupert J. Petschack, Jindivick school. AGRICULTURE, MINING AND VETERINARY. Henry C. Fryer, Jindirick school. "Ordinary" and "aprriculturo, . mining, unci vol.orinary " ?chola.r sliips uro tonubio for four year«, under certain conditions, at either a State district high school or an approved registered secondary school. The holders of either of these scholarships .attending a State district high school, receives free tuition, together with an al lowance of -E4 per annum towards expenses of books and other materials ; while one attendingan approved registered secondary school is granted an allowance of £12 per annum towards expenses of tuition and of books and other materials. Subject to certain con ditions...

SPONGE ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

Sl'ONl.'K KOI.I.. Three-quarter cup supnr, 2 epps, 1 nip Jhair. pinch salt, Miiall tea spoon cream of tartar, i tenspoon carbonate of soda. Heat otitis and .su^ar well together first ; then add other innn-dients. Hake ten min utes in fairly brisk oven. When rooked, turn ori to damp cloth, which has been well spread with icing siitfar on iloiir ; then spread the jam on and roll as quickly <{<; possible, «»o as to prevent the roll breaking.

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1 Stophen, (J. V. 2 Winture, J. ,1. 3 Colquhoiin, C. i Morton, W. H. 0 Buttur Erctury 6 Uayet' Fumily Hotel 7 Cnsoy, D, I'. 8 Houdcraoii, A. R. 9 Ptnati and Suns 10 Hamilton, i.nrdnor Road 11 ISackliousi), Skirni'r and Hamilton 12 Shire Hall, Drouin (W. Young, .ecrotnry) 13 Fuhrmann, \V C. Communication in following place: : - Melbourne la LotiRvrarry 2d Oailield 3d Pakonhnm 4d NHrrewnrran 6d Datidunong 8d Tririlgon 8d Yarrugon 2d Stratford 1» 4d Morwoll (id Tlwrpd.le . (id WkIIioII# 8d IloV i'by 2d Buln Hull) 2d Neerim 4d UBCriiii Sill 4d Neorim N. Gd Uppor Monndatra 8d Coalrille Cd Barra 4d Daraum 2d lona 2d y bo had with the Wnrrnaul Id Butiyip 2d Nainanjoon .'id Pakenham E -id Uornict <id Oakleigh 8d Trafalgar 3d Moo 2d Sala. la Toonn'ibbio Sii Uuscilalo la lirolarrn (id .Jindivick lid M n iVi a 1» Kotrritn East lid Neerim Junc.4d nilicer .(<! Nartnc.in Gd li.iinindalo Is 101 Lindonow la 4d Nilma 2d UroBsoror 3d

ALMOND PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

Al.MONH ITDMIXr:. Jlitlf Hiitzitr. r, <7-Ar*. .. n> \H» ground rice,. Jew (lco\)3 rsseisre ol' almond. 1 gill sherry. Heat the e^£S separately, ami then mix them together ; sift in the sutjar, rirc, ami almonds, which have hei-ii ldanchiMl and poundod. Iiake in a hot oven lor 2«'» min utes. Soak with sherry and s^rve cold.

Rainfall. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

Rainfall. The following rainfall was re gistered at the Drouin Post Office for the month of Jan. ... .03 12 13 19 20 27 28 29 .34 .G5 .11 .54 .05 .98 .21 Total 2.91 Total for January, 1913-.77 The following is the rainfall regis tered at " Kumbada," Jindivick for the month of Jan., 1914 : - .04 .03 .28 .90 .48 .72 .03 .47 .23 ToUl /or iTanuary, 1913-.85 pointa.

TOMATO JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

TOMATO .JAM. Two pounds totn.tl oes, ljlh loaf .sutfar, - lemons slived thinly. Choose tomatoes which are not quite ripe.wipe them wi'h a cloth, hh(1 remove t stems. Cut each in four, and cook in a juvsorvintj-jriin wit 11 the sliecil lemon till tender then add the suurar, hrinc to Die hoii, and hoi! tVsf. for -lf» tutti utes. It necessary a little water ran be added with the suijar. should the preserve he too thick. This jniu is delicious ii careiully made.

[?]AM (TO BOLL). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

AM (To HOII.). 1 quart .ilt\ »> clt»vr^. '2 hav leaves. Soak tho ham from d t <» S hours, according in weight. wash well, trim off all the rustv and Maoky parts, place it in i he huiler, and cover with cold water; brini: it irradually to a i ><>i 1, J mi t in ah-. clovt'S, ami Imy leaves, and >inimer gently until cooked, and loave in pot until nearly fold. Take it »»ut of the pot, take oh ?he skin, tonst a piece of hread nice and hmwn. then urate it all over the ham, and decorate the knuckle with rut nn.amental paper. When sending to taole, jxar ni.sh with nice, crisp, jj-jven parsley. Time lor 8H». ham, three hours.

How Do You Walk. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

How Do Vou Walk. Beware 01 the man who carries ItY.. left foot in towards his riirht. when walking, giving an impression that his right foot turns out ami his h«f( (urns in. lie is probably a. natural. petty larcenist, and of a klopt('maniac nature. The man of short, nervous step is always a business man of energy, but if the stride is only from the knees he is cold and stilish, <\iring for nobody hut himself. A long stride indicates enemy, but of an erratic Kind. While a good fellow, the man with the lorn; stride is generally unreliable and ill-balan ced. (Jreat statesmen and threat philan thropists always have a louse, [ siiambling gait, which comes from thinking about others more than themselves. Likewise the man who saunters is not always a dreamer, but a man with a keen, active brain, who is always thinking. Flat-footed people are usually pood-natnred. Amongst the weaker sex particularly- flat feet indicate a sympathetic, kindly nature. where as the girl with the pro...

A Burglar Fiction. EMINENT DETECTIVE SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

A Burglar Fiction. EMINENT DETECTIVE SrEAKS. " Scientific burglary absolutely does not exist," Is the pronounce ment of the former head of the raris Surete, nr detective depart ment, \uvier fiuichurd, who has just been Interviewed 011 the subjeet. l>y Richard Arupu, a leading cri minologist. M. Ouichard, who.se name became well known hint year in connection with the automobile bandits. says that the conception of the tweM. lleth century burglar, who goe; about his work armed wit.h nil the rosoureeo und the latest discoveries of science, is nun-fly a joke invrnt^d by writers of tiction. "Tho truth is quito differenthe went on. "Tut.e, for instance, th»» o.vy*hydrogen blowpipe, which is supposed generally to bo used now to melt iM\;iy tlie locks of stifes. In all my experience as Chief de in Surete I came upon only two ensos where this method was used, und ono u'as of n jeweller who roblx.-d Jjim.solf for th«!* iij.ninixjt**'. mill us.,'cl t\ f.»J otvjijpo (J'.'Cil'iSC Jio hud read...

A Gate Latch. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

A Gate Latch. The enclosed illustration shows a simple ijate latch. ] The movable part is made of nuU 1 ubnul i!In. wide, and - i iti- deep, with the edges rounded and a slot cut-in about oin. to allow 01 the catch muving^ back. 'I he piece of iron can he Jin. by Jin. or lin. 1 »y iin., with one end sharpened tu (jrivc up into the top rail. and the outer «'nd thinned down for nails or screws, or a small holt and just a small sol *>fi to briny it over the centre of t he rail. This catch is very simple and wry durable. The , one J am describing has ben in use well over itity years. The small] Piece of chain is fixed with tuo staples, and i* perfect in action.! This efiteh could he made in iron, j hut T should prefer it in wood, j When tixintr, allow a liltU* more | room in th^ t<»p part nf ihe mor- 1 tiro in the hend of the Kale. l<» al low of 11 slicht. rise in the latch when pulled hack. i The British Houses of Parliament; wero the most expensive of modern |...

Wereless for Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

Wereless for Miners. An jnwntion has boon brought to light which will serve 1" consider ;«J»3minimi6-'1 th»» clangors to which i-ry day the large uuiuher of underground workers a: o expo.>»-d. A clever Herman subject. Herr J. II. Keinocke, >>i Westphalia, hns itiVfnto<i a system of wireless tele graphy for use in mines. The sys tem 1ms heoii adopted at lUunimj ton Main Colliery in Yorkshire, where instruments have been fixed at two points and cv»i\\»:t'sa t ions ha\e been carried cm with the saiii'.' ease as is the case with ordinary telephones. Tln-re is a portable instrument adapted for use in the cage whilst ascending and descend', ul;' th4> sha.t, and so a means ot conununicat ion with tho>e ul>u\e ground in time of di>aster has been established. Uy this moans rescue work v. ill ho consider.»My f urilit ut r o»\ lumciv* will f-c ;'n c<iinmniiicatin!i with the pit-head, tht/s f^ein^ nhle to t*ii IJ for assist ain't' and ^'ive directions ...

Law of the Flag. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

| Law of the Flag. + There arc quite a number of peo ple whom ad exee.^' vi enf husiasifi may lead inti.i commit t inj^ an of fence against the law. Un rc-i Ictler flays many a iluy* is hoisted which oUj^iif. not t>» ho.. ami com | pnrativ'-ly 11*?-%" people are aware of ; t h*? restrict |.>!is on this point. The ! whole matter wns l<iid down 1 »\" an :v)rder in t'ouneii dated NoveuiN'r i.T'ih, IS'mi. This still remains in force. The most important point to !,.> remembered is that Ko\ al Standard t.e.o personal fl. : of the Sovereign. It is h'-i.-t-'l where tlte So; '-rei^n is r*'si''1 r:'.r. am! nowhere else, w itu a few e\rap lions, such as eeri.,iin h >r' f.; KoVal a nni\ersa ries or Stat" occa sions, as laid down in urn i!ai Hernial ions The I nion ,l,ir:, N t h line oi tiie who!'- nation, and nr.)* one una My it. sions - th-' r< <1, the whit^, and \ iw Mu»»-iui'1 each di\jsw«i Mow an "Kn siun" oi a corresponding colour, tlir ' w !iif...

KOOWEERUP TO MCDONALD'S TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

KOOWEERUP TO MCDONALD'S TRACK. In the Legislative Assembly on Friday the Minister of Railways, Mr Mackinnon, moved that the construction of * broad gauge iailway from Kooweerup to McDonald's Track be referred to the standing committee. He stated that the same line was un -der consideration in July, J 912. It would serve the rich flats lying along the Lang Lang River to the south of Korweerup Swamp; a large area of land reclaimed from that swamp, and also the hilly country of Poowong East. The length was 30J?i miles, and the estimated cost £172,161, with £11,074 added for rolling stock. Tha.line would serve an area ap proximately of 125,000 acre®, on which there was at present a population of 2000, and the area under cultivation was about 5000. The land was chiefly used for duirying and sheep raining. A large proportion of the soil was rich, and suitable for the cultiva tion of root crops, but without railway communication the cost of cartage practically prohibited extensive cultivat...

Railway Extension PROPOSED LATROBE VALLEY LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 6 February 1914

Railway Extension PROPOSED LATROBE VALLEY LINE. The report of the Railwajs Standing Committee on the ques tion of conHt.ruct.ing a broad giuige. line from Neorim South to Too rongo River was on Friday laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly. The committee states <t is still of the opinion it expressed in 1912 that, while the railway would in duce the selectors to retain and ' work their holdings, and probably cause a few additional persons to take up some of the available Crown lands of second or third class quality in tht district, agri cultural development in the Noo- I jee, Toorongo and Fumina coun try must necessarily be slow, be cause of the heavy timber grow ing on the land and few of the settlers having capital at their disposal to alio v them to employ labor in cienriiiR tlioir are too steep to bo cultivated. It i ?was evident from the circum- j stances of the settlers that they will for some years have to rely mainly on dairying and pig rais ing for their l...

[?]HE DANGERS OF BEING MORBIL [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

I'HE DANGERS- OF BEING MORBIL Thousands of peoplo actually lOiiLSc.v'es to death every year by a . wing their minds to dwell on ino/hid .ibjects. Tlio idoR chat ono has sotri .icipient disease in one's system, t!w iioui>ht of financial ruin, that one i .tting on in life without improving ?o>peots--any of these or a thousa-d milar thoughts may carry a heallh ;»! 1 to n pivmature grave. A mehu; i>iy tfou^ht that fixes itself Uj . . :e's mind needs as much doctoring a . lysical disease. .'It needs to be enis led from the mind, or it will hnv«i ;<t the -ame result as a neglected wn;;'d hare. Every iri<»lnnc!:ol* t. every morbid notion and every ? vising worry should be resisted to lh* suost, and tin- patient should he ea v : illy protected by bright and cheerfu I.oughts, of which there ought to bi . honnnful store in ovcryono's pos^e^ ion. Hright companions are eheane han drugs and plasters. The morh"' ondition of mind produces a morbic 'nndition of body, ...

HER ONLY REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

HER ONLY REASON. " See hore!" cried tho moan man " wl)T do yon bother e» foi noney in this way?" ' T juppoBo," replied hU wife, "if ""*n w I can't think of a better to*.'

A DOSE OF L[?]UDANUM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

A DOSE OF L..CDAXUM. Sir Conan Doyle, ou being asked whj he gave up the practice of medicim, renhod that it was loo )iard work, a< } related a story. The doctors first c» S look place on a cold January imc night: - The janglo of the door-bell woke tin* '"rom a sound and, shivering and vawning, I ptit my head out of the win. low* and said : "Who's there?" "Doctor,"' Maid a voice, ''can yut; .oiiio to Peter Smith's hou>e Jit oiu'.-r lis youngest girl has took a uos<- (-1 mdanum by mistake for paregoric, thd we're afraid she'll die." "AH right, I'll come," I said. I dressed and trained three mih»> hrough tlio cold and net to Smith's .nee on my way I fell on tile icy pav« i "«>»a jSuVI u Wllvlil" "2,r.n;'u|V i reached Smith's. Tho house was dark .shutters nil closed-not a light. 1 *ng tho boll. No answer. At last a >ead stuck itself gingerly out of the .vindow in the third story. u Bo you Dr. Dovlo?" it said. " Yes, let me in." "Oh, no need to come in, ...

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