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HOW MUCH IS REQUIRED? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

HOW MUCH IS KEQUIKED? Not oven the spacious bedrooms of a iihico contain enough air to lust u:i lianged throughout an on t i: o n.gni. ipd provide 0110 occupant with an a; uusphero above the limit of physiological mpurity iu the morning. Neither the imblic nor the law yet recognises the lilFereneo between cubic feet of spao md cubic feet of dir. Neither in b<-<< noma nor anywhere else is it cable to provide an adequate nuinii. t cubic feet of space to sUtUce wilhi i: . riitilation; whereas very few cuh.' v.»i of space will ^titfice if votitil::t.».. .OMired that the cubic feet of air srp >Led are adequate. The value of ndeed. is merely to make the nroblei f ventilation e:isy, obviating tlie diiii .ult.v created by draughts. Howew. »ig your bedroom, then, you must have aore cubic feet of air during the nii:!»* ban those originally contained in t' » . >om when you no to bed, and for 11 . urposo you must liavo tho wind«n jkju. Similarly, the chimn...

Mis Grace Ungracious. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

Mis Grace Ungracious. 1 " \ «.! w i t !11 iui <li tlieu ItI h«,' j \ i »iu,m I MI!.,- ,»f K itiuhl si -- j Known as t ho " Nii;h1.-: : I'ir'i'' Ikh I |1 <?*!?;? 11a.!4'iI t«i a'vr| t ' ; in: j; i \ i I a t i < >u t n lun>-h at ! h.- ' "rom . i m< uli- his a n< 1 al'i'"ii.l " n-si ' . 11 ? i m 'I ? ..f Mr. Uolls I; nsh'T, Ml- S..a(> J Lll'l 1M "re ' !i'[ I, Not ..I!.' ..f{ his 1 n-aMiivs ha-f fwAi'd tin- taint- ! ! .-M Mii-lvfi- i > l (11 J ' ? a I ap|T-'\ al. j I In i, fivn/v "i .l,':-|.nir, Mr. U.ij-IhT 'l>l;i.\n| lii'i I r111ii|' r.-nvl. muiii' prit'o I l.'SS ,N ;i pill''» Ml IhmihU, tlrvl.tl"'1'! |..v 1 I 111' piviitivt rnnnni'S.-ill^ In ho t , ' 1111.'si liniK'iif liial o\»T a c,<<urni< l ! ruuhl ,1-mr... ! riinlili- In .-..niiiin hiiiiM-lf l.-HRor, ! ulil i;.-i^1 KM- I..Mil :iri-.>:.s llu< tnhloi | wit h 1 . i]I_ui11 ^ r\ J ?Wli.it iln \..ii I hinl. I his hrniiih...

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible or nor necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents.) [To THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves respon sible or nor necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by cor respondents.) [To THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT!. Sir,-Just a lino through your valuable papor to the public in gener al, toeing the mark with Dreamy Blob's" cheap advertiaoment appeal ing in last week's "Express,-'' where it tells a sticky tale of how the "local town" should ho governed. Many lines of " Dreamy Blob's " illiterate piece can be improved upon, but blame can only fall on one. The writer of " Dreamy Blob " has not awakened to the fact that it was all a dream, and furthermore such a "copyright is not an original." It was only pure ignorance that allowed such alk-ced scripi to appear, but at all events ho is to be excused for his downfall. I am afraid ifall the news paper proprietors wero as genorous as the " Expross," my word what an abundance of interested subscribers would await their papers. Seemingly tho composer must have had a very tiring night during tl»...

A Four-mile Tunnel. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

A Four-mile Tunnel. + The Mont (I"Or tunnel' between ' Franco .mil Suitzerland, on which j boring operai ions !n\';an nearly three j Vfiirs was pierced a few 1 . lays n_m>. At hall-past. seven in ! fli«' oVeniu^ the two boring" ^ang'.s j which hud been ad\anein^ from the; .Swiss the French sides . met ami j shook hands, and it v as found that Urn riiLfin'-urs had calculated the cutting with the greatest accuracy, j '! lie tunnel, which is miles loiii^. ' bores thrombi the Jura mountains' from Frasne to Vallorbe, thus oli- i \iatinu,' an H«'\en-mil»4 d«»tour b,v . IMntarlmr, nud should have he-m ; pmro-d two month-. The work, j however, was * I« ?! ;i \ .»< I by th<» tap*! ping of a number of unsuspecied ; springs which liad Iw.-n pumped dry. j Tim otitrush of water nt one line'. reached 'J.'JOO gallons a second, It; is imned to open the 11ev. lin" early ! iM-xt yr.ir. The line, by shorteni'n* ; the m >i i rt iey from Paris to Lausanne, will brim: (he u ii...

WHO MAKES THE BEST HUSBAND? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

>VUO A1AKKS ran UKST HL'SJUNDf Girls not out of their teens am apt o scorn tlio idea of inarryinK the quiet , tniil young man. the fello'.v who plods ilonj? like a curt-horse, at thu saint >aee everv day. They prefer somebody vliose brilliance is shuivn in every word It is just possjifjf-uiLt ?oung man wiJjXftiwo frost** sand in tho H-o/jr.'UI' SWa*'' ho But, other thm>SJ^sidineil, to make a i-oasonmljy V^pd -l^Vputjifc^. Then there is tlu^^heE^-onS whe rides a hobby. Ho is either an ador able husband or a peridot nuisance. It all depends on the wife's point of view. Some women like *.o sue their husband* .around the house as much as possible Others prefer that lie attend to Hi< large affair* of life, and keep out o! tho way at home as much as possible For the former ther»j is the amateui carpenter, who makes odd bits of furni ture; the lover of flowers, who ia novel 30 happy as when dicing in the Ranlei; with Amelia near by to see how expert ho is with hoe and s...

Another War Terror. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

Another War Terror. Si;;u"r Ulh i, an Itnllnn, prufos-.'K fn hnvn invented a machine winch. ( if hi:* ''Inim can b° > instantiated, ' will add nii'ilh'T horror to war far evading " ny 1 hint; hitlinrl.i invent ed. According t<» liis :-t at etr.en*, i the uiM«»hinf» proj»*< ts t<> any distnn«*« I rayH, d'»sit:mif ed ii t "i" rays, which , have I h,% pou"t' of musing electric ! r.pnrka up-jn .ill iit.* alii'- <»lo«H't" .'with -ivhi*-li they com'! in contact,. ' Should the "F" rays be directed upon a battleship, tli" electric Kpnrkj? i-ccurritjj; in tho magazines th" explosion «>f the nminuiii lion. It would ho tho same with powder magazines, ammunition wng H'Mifi, loaded (S'ims, anything t'bju . '.outniniiiR i'\j»1<>f;jvcs, Signer Ullvi vo tho following account of his firfsi. practical . .xperimout : " Ono o\enini; I thought of projecting the | ' F ' rays against tho yas-motor. I ; 11 id .so, and ihe meter blow up. Aly...

DATE OF NEHEMIAH'S COMMISSION TO REBUILD JERUSALEM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

DATB OF NEHEMIAH'S COM MISSION TO REBUILD JERUSALEM. The follmvin^ fart.?, culled from 11 Tre gelleH on Daniel,M re^ardinu lusher'* Ih»mitjoti in the matter of the date of Nehemiah's wmimisHicn, may he of in terest to our readers, peeing I hat he i« denervedly eonsiderd as an authority on chronology, " Archbishop U.SHher drew up a .?scheme of chronology which is commonly follows. rather for convenience tlian for absolute accuracy About a hundred an fiflv venr.« a«jo Hi.«bop Lloyd undertook to affix U.shImt'h dates to our Knulish Kiblcs, but in thi^ instance (Xehemiah'H commisjdou) he made a considerable alteration, substituting another date of Ins o;vii, so a- lo adapt the reign of Artaxerxes to hi.s own theory. 14 The date which stands in our lliblop /orthciJOth year of Artaxerxes iA U.C. IU5. This makes the commencement of his reifjn B.C. 4G5; but the date fixed bv the bent and ino.4 nearly contem porary historian will put the matter in a different li^ht. Thucydides mentions that ...

CURRANT MARMALADE PUPPING [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

CU li K A NT Jl A It .MA I , \ I > 1 ?; ITI'I'INC j -1 ozs. bread rrunibs, I m/s. suH., [ t o?H. su^ar, 1 u/.s. mannaiajle, I I o/s. currants, *2 o/s. ilnur. - . J I pnrupful milk." | Mel he MIM j \ (f". i mj^i'ci li.'n ( s i topvt Iht : it pi;t]? 1 ii. &r basin ; with I*'it in th«' mixture. *.<« \ «»r with ureas. »?| paper. and ; steam *» liiMjrs. : If you ha\p a hollo.v 1 < m . 11i a in. I it. nchos, cul a pior»> of rlovr In fit I h«» eavity ;i ml put it in li.chtly, allowing (ho nppnr part 1 <» ii*k ; tint. like a 1'nrk i;i a l>"ttle. 11 'nill soon su'-ll. Keeping the air h*i»m f t hr» noi'vo, ami t.ho pain will fensr* | until th«* I'luw drops «>ut, when it : may ho replaced by another. Cucumber-rind cut into thin slips 1 and put about whom ants abound j will invariably, drivt! them away.

GENTLE REPROOF MOST SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

GENTLE HKPKOOF MOST SUO C'KSSKUL. nv I'ASTOR KI'SSF.IX. Text: ".Simon, pon of .Tonus, Invest tliou Me more th;in thrse?" (John xxi., ir-17). The context flhows Iliat these witrils wore iiihln^i'd by the He <leeni»T to St. Peter on tin? occasion of his thiril manifestation to his «1ix« iples after hi* resumption. This was presumably three or 'four weeks after the Saviour's resurrection from the «lea<l. His '.manifestations to the women on the morn IU-A of his resurrection fiPASTOR. RUSSELLI) j 'in<l Inter to the two ,s thev went to Kmm»its ure ;l,.ntly not counted, but the mimif.'HU ti,n> the u:.mr e-eninn in the upper room, when all the disciples .-in-p: Thomaf "",1 .1 udas were present, if counted the lir"t.. and the manifestation 'i week hi'.ei. ThyinuH bchiK present, is counted the ^The delay in divii.K U»i« third manifc. ,illiim wa; ev-,a....tly f.»r Jo' cstin, H«" "f, t,,B.n respect mmMw l<" ".ach il S i , wfrW .",, future course. ...

CURRANT TEA CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

CUUUAXT THA CAKK^. j J Hi. llour, l a/., C.Yrman \eat?t, ] teaspoonful raster sugar, 1 <»/. butter, 1} gills milk, L 01:1;", 1 o/.s. currants. Method.-I'ul tin? Hour ami a t<-a . spoonful .salt into a basin, cream . the \east. and castor, suijar until ' liquid. Mi*It tli'' butler, add th" I milk and mak'* it- tepid. pour en to tire yeast, and add the c^k', well beaten. Stir into 'tin* Hour, mix into :;}irtiiKI<; in t !i»* currants. and s»M to risr i hour. IHvide into two parts, and put in to two wen-Lp'ensrd c.ake tiiw. Let the dough rise to the top of 1 he tins. J3ake for twenty minutes in a well-heated oven. Turn out, oi tins when hulf-buked, and brush over the tops with c.ul; or iiiilU and can tor supar mixed. l!ephire ,und lin isli baking*.

APPLE AND SAGO P[?]PPING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

I A I'l'LK AM) SAUU V\ 1-1'lNu'. I JII'. line sag", JU>. em-ran >, cooking" applet, 1 o/. Putter, ~ ../s ' castor sugar, half a I'Miion. Method.-JPut tin1 sa<;o into a :de\vpan with rtipi'uls 01 mid water, and Uoil till t.ho sa£«i ho ' romet; transparent, stirrinLC all the I time ; next. add the thin rind of i ball' a lemon, the currnnts, and the I sn^'ir. ltut lor a pie dish, put- in ' the apples /previously pooled, emvd, j and sliced), and pour over these the ! sugo prcpa rat i mi. 1'ul the remain der of butter in small hits mi the top, ami bake unlil the apples an' j tender. Servo with a i;oud cus I tard.

District News. ATHLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

District News. [From Our Own Correspondents.] A T II L 0 N E. Tlio annual general mooting of tho Athlone Congregation of tho Church of Rngland was held on Wednesday, 7Mi Jan., tilt) Uev. .11. de Putron Hitchcock in tho chair. Tho financial .statement which showed a small credit balance after all expenses were paid was received and adopted, and the following members of tho committee wero ro-olecied :-Messrs Coulstock, Metzger, Smethurst (2). .Vlr Coulstock was appointed lion, secretary and treasurer. Arrange ments have been made that the Ath lone Congregation shall recoivo two services every month, ono on n Sun day and the other on a moonlight night. Tho attendances of late have been very encouraging.

CURRANT MARMALADE PEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

rnitiiANT MAFSMALAIIK IM M>IM: .I o/n. broml mniibP, 't "/n. W'i"> , 12 c»/s. su^af, A v<"^- n i;t rma Ia» k\ J j <r,\N. rurr.Hils, - «»/>. Hour, 'J t'lX'-i's. j I ^ fr'MC.npful milli. I 1 Molhod.- - Mix »H i in* inu-T.ii.Mits i (c.colhnr ; RrfMN'1 ;» |nM'lin^ bnsin : i»r innul'l with I»u11 . . i* jiinl ii'»M with i su^jtr. 1 'i;t in tin* luixtmv. c«»vit : 1 with {^p-nL-ed paper, an-l SUmih . &; j hours, j

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

JINDIVIOK. Mr J. S. Lyull, head teacher of tho local State Sciiool, has received several lottors of congratulation on iiia attaining such a successful result at the late competitive examination held on Dec. 25th, and well the. dis trict might ho proud of such a teacher, obtaining 3 scholarships out of one small school, and so many larger and huclinr cliiHsoil hrIiooI" ". .??? ruuuuing' distinct with none what ever ; it speaks volumes for the former. On Wednesday evening last. Fob. ?1th, Mr and Mrs Lyall at their house entertained the successful scholars (viz.. Masters H. Fryer, J. Lyall and R. Petschack), to a social evening on theevoof their departure for their future tuition. In return tho three scholars above named made a present to Mr and Mrs Lyall for their kind ness and also Mr Lyall for the perse verance and interest taken in his school work. On behalf of Mrs Lyall, Mr Lyall suitably acknowledged the gifts and thoughtfulness of the juvenile donors. The presents were a bronze ...

BROWN BREAD PEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

lllioWN lllil'.Mi 1' I; I > [' 1 N c;. . .< II) slab.' !>r<>\\ ii hivml, . I o/s. llour, I o/s. t m i i> !. su»iii-. { H» currants. I o/s. rho|>|>*'t| i\ suet, 1 I teas] it HI crn .* 11 m I sjn^-r, 1 »»/. ' / i 11' * I I'lMII^'. 1 MM *1, \ I UMSjioonfuI hakim.', - j ;i Ii! I !-? milk. , Mi'l 11 in I. -! J i11 n < i \ ." 1 lie crust. lY"tn < the b rea ? I, ami fill. I ii" soft jm ri i inio slices, then s<>ak in milk ami Uitlri- till quite soil. I'n- cut. ih«' moisture ami ;»ul. ilm brea'l in- , to n basin, to it lie ahn\e nanie<{ dry iti^reuient s. Heal, up. the ej^s with a little milk ami mi\ thoroughly willi I K*i aliuu:. Kill ( j t i .» <.»v«T With H i-l.ilh, nil.I j j boil or slciut for about, U hours, j Serve with currant snuco.

LONG WARRY SOUTH [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

LONG Vf A U It ¥ SOU T II j Tlio adjourned annual peroral ! meeting of tho parishionors of tho : Oluircli o England at Longwarry Sth was held at St. Paul's Church on Sunday, Sth, the Rev. II. de Pulrjn Hitchcock in the chair. After tho | minutes of tho last annual meeting were read and confirmed, the finan cial statomont wis received and adopted. There wan a small debit balance which has since been paid oil. Tho following gentlemen wero appointed as guardians :-Messrs Watts, E. Skinner, Miller, Mallott, Jagoe and lloopell. Tlioro are still two vacancies for crnardia.nH. which , aiio unouuanuo at tlio ser vices has shown a marked improve ment lately.

SOME TRIED RECIPES. CURRANT SODA CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

SOMK TIMKH I;I:» 11'I-.s. rumiANT SODA CAK K. 1 ITt lluiir, i III *-uri'it111 J l>n»w n or inuist su^.ir, [. 11» Im11<( - *\hk:". ~ teaspounfuls tn\irl<\ 1 i.MSpooti ful hi-eariional'.' i'l" j pint mill*. Method. -Mi\ l In* iluur ;,ud sod.i, rub in t In* 1 >i;t !'.!', add sui/ar and currants, then tin- t rv;icl'\ milk. and beaten < gc4s- I'-i .iL all wcil i o ^ot lit'-r, lill in iwii \v t'l I -! i1J11 rrei I i'ii p<* moulds, ami bake in a m<>d<Tal '*ly h«.t: t»\ i'ii i i >r a I M,mi, 1 ; hmirs.

Disputed Probate Duty. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

Disputed Probate Duty, Having paid probate duty on a farm under protest, the executors of the will of Richard Cornish, of Clunes, retired.miner, on Wednesday petition ed the Court to refund the payment made. The circumstances of the case were somewhat unusual. In I88G Richard Cornish purchased the tarm at Lardner, in tho parish of Longwarry, for about £1,000 lor his nephew, John Cortiis-h, the anange me:t made, as explained to theCourt, being that the title sh mid bear lis name, but that it should bo treated as mortgaged to him by John Cornish for tho amount. John Cornish went into possession over 27 years ago, nnd had remained in possession ever sinco, using it principally at first for dairying, and later for fruit growing, and expending in improvements alto gether about £1,800 on it. Ho had always paid the rates, and been treat oil as the owner. There was an arrangement that ho should, pay interest, but never did so, and . when he explained his position to Richard Cornish, was tol...

Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

Ladies' Column. This Summer Costume con sists of a chic little Blouso Coatee of yellow TafFeta, and a skirt of silk-embroidered white Crepe, the Design being a tiny Ross. Ribbon Rosea ! with silk Foliage trim the Silk i Coatee and tho left nido of, the Skirt, which is puffed up at Knee depth and falls-in a soft Box-pleat below, the Chemisette and Collar being of white point d'esprit.

Drouin Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 11th FEB. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914

Drouin Police Court. WEDNESDAY, 11th FEB. Before Messrs J. J. Wintors and G. V. Stephen, J's.P. CARRIER'S LICENSE. William Brown was granted a renewal of his carrier's license. RATES. Shire of Buln Buln v. E. J. Doherty, claim for rates, £3 17s 9d (J. Chisholm, garnishee). Or dor for amount, with £1 Os Gd costs. OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. Constable Ryan charged a young man named Aifred King, with behaving in an offonsixe manner at Drouin on 19th Janu ary. Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined 5s. WANDERING STOCK. J. J. Maher was charged by James Roilly (Road Ranger to the Shire of Buln Buln) with be ing the owner of two cows found the street without any person in charge on 14th Dicombor. Mr l'-'icutJ appeared for the Shire, and Mr Davine for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Evidence was given by Road Ranger Reilly, who visited Long warry on the day in question, and found two cows belonging to defendant straying on the south side of Vickery's Hotel, about 150 j to 200 yards from Mah...

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