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HAM (TO BOIL.). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
IIAM ITO 111)11.). 1 quart, ali\ r> cloves. 12 hay leaves. Soak tin* Iiaitt from '» to S limns, according to weiuht, wash well, trim oflf ail the rustv and smoky parts, place it. in the boiler, ami cover w ith cold water ; brinn' il gradually to a boil, put in all-. elo\es, and bay loaves, and simmer gently until cooked, and leave in pot, until nearly cold. Take it. out of the pot, take off the skin, toast n piece of broad nice and brown. Hum grate it all over the ham, and decorate the knuckle with cut ornamental paper. When sending to table, gar nish with nice, crisp, tureen parsley. Time for 81b. ham, three hours.
Picking Pockets. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Picking Pockets. The 13i^!iop of Wcrcei-UT told a v:;i | »i t ;i 1 nImtv th«* other d;i\ in con nection with the ''Mort:; >»l th? Church in that part the cuntr;. L«> all'-uutr the lot of tin' hoppers. (.Mm: of lhe worker* \vh'k'imd »i!? dov.n to iii.> hop-f:eMs t.u n-sisl U'."t ;t &lt;Ii!ii[»i&lt;l;i 1 cI indi^ idual in u I'oini' try haul. who. in re>por..v t&lt;i a ipirM ion, said he was a picker. Thiv did noi coir, ry mneli to the inquirer and he pursued the subject. "i" 1;tr IK.; i-pieker readily respond-" t. 11«* said : *M11 the smntih-r m.'u'hs I pick* peas and fridr ; then «ti."i autumn cmiit's rountl 1 hops anil in the v,inter, wIpm, t lit* «e;i t ht-r's dull. I picks p.a-i-p's. Th-ti, wIm'd I'm caught ! picks o::ku:n. I'm k.'pt nie.- and warm durins;' t !i" cold m"iiths, and then. when t hi nice &lt;l.i\s come round a^ain, I start pea-pickiny, and so on afresh."
How Do You Walk. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
How Do You Walk. Beware of the man who carries his loft foot in towards his rij^ht when walking, givinir an impression that his right foot turns out and his left turns in. He is probably a natural, potty larcenist, and of a kleptomaniac nature. The mail of short, nervous stop is'always a business man of energy, but is the stride is only from the knees he is cold and selfish, earing for nobody but himself. A b>»K stride indicates enertry, but of an erratic kind. While a j^ood fellow, the man with - the lontf stride is generally unreliable and ill-balan Ced. Oreat statesmen and i;reat pbiian thropists always have a loose, shunddiiiLf tfait, which cornes from thinking a I.out others more than themselves. Likewise the man who saunters is not alwavs a dreamer, but a man with a keen, active brain, who is always thinking. Flat-footed usually pood-natured. >*!j5 sex part iculajK^rW^- |\a synijiii I hot ic, /fStidb'. injure. w ns Hie Lciril *wj tft'i. flfeM. pr^nr'ju nVcf j arched foot...
CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
i 'I IA I'TIOIl XX. | Hsnies spent ii 'lay or two in the | ot Cbiltrrn, KrowlnK ,n"rc u'"1 ! more in the favour of the oW dukt, i an.l studying, with ;1 mind alert. and ! ,,-ijrj.r all the beauties and grandeur i of the crcat estate smnie day to he I his. Ho' had skilfully sounded Uu. ! ,i,i|.-0 uinl had learned his opinions : on m;uiv subjects, and invariably ap peared to coincide with these opin i ions. This, of course, ?avr the duke I the impression that his grandson was I a younK man; of superior wisdom, licit friendly towards lus lieu, and ! readv to humour him m any way i consistent with tl.c d..cal difrn.ty he j had upheld so lon^. j One mornim: Unvm-s Mfc iucUn'"! 1 uulu.vii iouiiil t.h« had yet taken him. »inl oi'ileicM n hot*M tc saddled. He started oil on a canter towards Kramlie. and we will take leave of liini at the start,, while we pi;y some attention to others of our characters, intcn&lt;linS to meet Karnes on his return. When Sir l'eter lm-1 cot rid o Dames,...
Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Urouin Telephone Exchange. Stephen, G. V. Winters, .1. .1. Colquhoun, U. W. H. Bulter Biciry Mayes' Family Hotel Casey, D. P. ' Henderson, A. R.j Pease and Suns Hamilton, Laidner Hnnd Backhouse, Skii licr and Hamilton Shire Hall, Drouin (W. Young, i, W C. .y) lunication may riu had with tho C..i following Melbourne Lon»wurry Gat field Pakenham Narrewairen Hit Dandunong 8 i Traralgon 8d Yarriigon 2d Stratford la 4d : la 2d 2d ?Id Warragul Id Bunyip 2d Nauiaruoon 3d Pakt'iihnin E 4d Morwnll Tliorpdile W n 111 alia Uokeby Buln I'.uln Neerim Neerim Sth Neerim N. Upper Moondatra Cotilville 15*rro Darnum iona lierwicK 'id Oakleigh 8d Trafalgar 3d Moo 2d Sato la Toongabbie 3d Iloeedole Is Boolarra »3d Jindivick 3d MatlYa * In Neerim East 3d Neerim Junc.4d "tlieer 4d Nariac.in (iii B wmsdale Is lOd Lindenow la 4d H.lma 2d Crossover 3d
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTER, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 13. CHAPTER XIX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. on, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. S. W. Hopkins, Author of ' Four Brass Plates/' etc., etc. TAUT 13. OH APTKI! XTX.-(C'ont.i iukM.) tbim- wns eertnin -Mildred Monro would hnve not him: more t &lt;> do with him. Ho wns so rU ,in 1 alarmed over his own condition 1.1mt he did not. revert to the str;wi?o fiiet. l.h.'if, i honirh fJernld hnd been sent, iiwnv from Xow York to take him awny from the pernirioiis; influence ,,f Mildred .Moore, Mildred Mooro claim ed t,h:it. she did nol. know (lerald l-overin;:. Had lie thought uf this in his- excited btate of mind, iindonbted ly he would )"=ve scented d in^er, for lie would have (suspected that, Cerald JjOveriniT and Mildred. Moore were still keeping n]> their intimacy, and, course, he t.n i,cr intercut to nvwrr Gornld t o his own. and uns'Mt. Dnrnes. Hut, had he ref'oct.ed further, there was iiotlilu- to prevent Crrnld boverin;.- camo forward ami claim ing his inheritance, for undo'...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
RffAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district news cnuies but seldom. This is not the fault i.f the Editor, for he has no miraculous power uf knowing what is happening in oil the places in the area of circulation. It 15 the fault of resid ents in the silent place?. Will some man or w .'iuau lake the matter on hand and cause the silence to cease ? If no one else is doing it for your district, will YOU try on these lines Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor hood, such as weddings, deaths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Do not bother atmut grammar or spelling , it is the Editoi's wnrS tj l.i'ik after these, trifles. The barest skeleton i.» enough. Write on one >ide of the paper only. Give information, but let criticism alone. Write your name in some cerner not for printing, but to prove good faith.
A FORTUNE IN A COIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
A KOI (TUN 10 J N A COIN. SniiM.'u Iht»' in (he wo I'M Uh.to is a 'fortune in a coin. Among* tlio coins N a poison had minted were some millions of five-irane pirci'.s, a!)'I hr determined lo popularise the>e in an extraordinary way. In Miic of the mins, fi»Mn&lt;l to a tiny size. was enclosed a note signed hy .Napoleon. ami promising Mm smu oi' r.,niM).n»ni jVaner.-altoiit. JLUMOjum .Id the Jindi.M- oi that, particular coin. Naturallv. I'wn |»od.v wlm rhanivM a lar*,'" piece demand'-d the ne'.v li \ *. franc reins in p.\chanuf\ and ,is a i'ijI*» probed ami duu and sounded the mct.il in eai;»'r S-mitIi for 1 he hidden n'llt'. Hut. l!i'- \ i *; i r;, 'vnnt ojj, ami yet I hr note * I i ? I m>l ap Napo^-op's pli^lpfl word is s.oTp'l trust to tin* 1 reach na tion, ami to-day (he &lt; .'ovrrnment. stands ready to pay tin.' debt, which, is now worth £? 1 /17r>,000~ upou demand.
Biblical Town Located. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Biblical Town Located. + Professor Sellin, tlie excavator of .Jericho. has achieved a new tri umph by the location of the ls raelitiMi city of Sheehem. which is t ussocinto&lt;i in the Hible with the I nan.os of Abraham. Jacob, r.nd ! -Joseph, ami v.a.s the capital of King j Jeroboam. I'ntil lately tin.- sit&lt;? of Slu'chcui ha^ been ;i matter of Idispule. lYoiV.ssor Sellin located it ' a&lt; "kit>li under a low hill at Ba lala, i\ short distance cast of I he modern town of .Vabln.s. Jusf ye ri'.i! k lie had tlie satisfaction of 'pro\in.u' him-elf to In* ri^ht. Kx ca^atiofis. carried on partly at the ? co-4. of the Vienna Academy of I Science. ri'\cali'd i;rcat parallel walls in no way inferior to (lie defences i unearthed by Sellin .it Jericho. | Motli wmN*; «»M«I in (owrs, u-lii&lt;*)i nro suppoj.ed to represent the city 'Liates. Many valuable bronze, ami ceramic relics were found, tho ilo posffs dating from I'aminnil ish up to (.'reek times. Th...
Romance of London Water [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Romance of London Water « It is juat three centuries ago thut the water of tho New Hivcr wo? turned into the company's reservoir at ClerkcnwoU. Tho four years' la bour, backed by tho enterprise and faith of Sir Hugh Myddolt«&lt;ii. brought water to London through wooden pipes and to Londoner?.' houses by small leaden pipe.-?. Hut. like many groat inventors, hn uns nlmont ruined in carrying out. hr; idea, and novor juried a farthing from (he New River Company, whirli I>nid no dividend during his JmV tini'\ It is tlio fato of tho art is* w iiobo picturo, gi\eu in payment a tavern bill, Is priced at thou sands after his death. Myddelton. If lio still notes mundane mat tors, must bo glnd thnt his company promotion ended in usefulness and profit. A singlo SIC original share in tho New River Company would bring its owner to-day a fortune of somothiti£ like £100,000 !
Blood Will Tell. AN EXCITING DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
Blood Will Tell. A AN EXCITING DISCOVERY. A discovery conewning tlie ' liar- | netorlstIrs of bloo'l which hns boon . made by T'r. !i). T. Keichert, i promises t o nuobit ionis*' ninny things. inp*H.nc»\ It mny r**n 'i'T tho murderer rnsy of iletnrtion, and th*3 divorm rlddb\ wh^n* Micro nrn children, cni?y of solution. Un til now th'To lum been no absolute- > l.v reliable method of distinguish- ! ing the blood staiun of man, ani- I nial, bird, or reptile, but now wo are assured the difference can ba 1 shown oven between the blood stains of man and man ! Wo are told by Mr. A. St. George 1 .Toyco, to whom we are indebted ' for our report, that Doctor Uol chert, in his experiments, has boon 1 able to differentiate botween tho ! blood of various human beings, to an extent that ho has actually dis covered a difference in tho shapo : of blood crystals of one man as i t compared villi thoso of another, j ! Hut his research worlo hno not yet ! beon developed to tho point whero i . tlii«...
"Nothing Venture, Nothing Have." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
"Nothing Venture, Noth ing: Have." This i:i a fa\ouritc niof.tn of ih« M.I'. f-M" ! >a 11 t ; j: 111 !:.?> Ims hall a h&lt;in&lt;hvil st«* J'"* rpmtv ir it:; l'a>«>ut\ »»;!?.*»; 11 j i a ti'.n&lt;\ v. ;r> ' i >!"&lt; 1 ur1 i ?:£ a huv' >n.-l >-n ti«m in j'aii., ami \«ms hi'ii c««in£ r&lt;''iiui with th" hat. A ih'tnchuioiil of til*.; Guar«l^ h:t«i I'Vr ! mii-rhirf ns nnv( flinty . ?! &lt;->. .r.&lt;lin j Mums marche'l up (&lt;» Uk* ".'i if Wmn,'^, nmJ lu'Id ^ui. his hut. Tip . .llicrr put up itu Marr&lt;i from tji.» licit t&lt;» .fo'ni. jju'I hark a^ain. .'ohn stnr&lt;"l n«> h" .* rU'.'n'lil;,' ;it. him, chinking t ii&lt;? hn'. nug^rst i&lt; oly. M.Aro yci in »^ir iw^t,7" ilomniul^l the OMpUim. " I ;. 111.' * "Will thin go to (!»»> ' tt !.*:. ;iii'I chihlrcn wont on th»' &lt;. . "It will," was t ho hri'M p-ply. Tim ^'l.tps &lt; I i*...
What Binks Learned. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 February 1914
What Binks Learned. Youn^ Cicero !Un\;n wi&lt;h tui eru knowlodge forsooth. 11>AE ho "swotted" to tell you the truth, fur eight or ton hours every day. To give you some Uttle idea of his worth, ho know to a frnc 1 tlon tlie ago of the earth, the ac tual weight of the moon and its girth, and how far .all (ho stars were a way. He could tell you the reason why eggs are not meat, why toadstools and hedgehogs aro not good to eat. also why there can nevr !.»?» cold without heat, and why humlile-l",e^ don't make honey, ITe could aliaI\s&lt;* whisky and black-currant tart, ar;d repeat Shakespeare's plays if \ ou gave him a s'art. In tact, he was crammed full of science and art. knowing'' ev»-n why K&lt;>bcy is funny. "One can neVr leani too much." with a snii!'- he would say. Hui lie altered his mind, overhearing one day tun fre-nds, who it:i.vriT? * i him out uf the way, stating fic... new to Bink.s, without doubt. "What, an ugly old beggar t ru - l.liuks is !...
The Clergyman Began It. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
The Clergyman Began It. ?["Ik.' fallowing ;,tory i:- lo!d .>!' a Yorkshire parish. A ynimg clergy , iniiU wns taking holiday duly in n UK.'«»rlnii«l district, where the church . ^«MTs \\er«« largely made up of far mers iiipI shepherds. The latter ' wore in the habit of bringing their dogs with them l«> church, ' and, WKr their ni.i^ter^, they listened quiet ly ib.ring t h»» sermon. The new id- rg; man, at his first. s,er\ice. .started iutoi.ing, which t Ii#* people considen/d Komish, and, unused t»» surlj mii innocntion. cno of the d&lt;»gs c'inni»MH'e&lt;I to gowl, "Take that dog out l" onj«»ined the clergyman; 1>ui no one moved, and he proceeded willi the Service. The intoning uas renewed, and so ftlso was the hou 1 ing. '"Take that dog out!" com manded the clergyman. "I told you before to huvo It removed." One of the shepherds rose from his seat and dragged the animal out side. Presently shuttling feet were heard coming up the nisle, and tho shepherd resu...
How Horses and Sparrows Work Us Mischief. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
Horses and Sparrows Work Us Mischief. , Hc-o.t .STjonti/Jf disco i Knidm.ily "u 1MVHri, ; : tact that tho horse. I"nff ed one of man's must useful fri._-n.iK, is In many wuys on" of Um enemies. Lackjn* j3 only one ..f the deadly perils f(,r which tie. horse is directly responsible. It Is now known that the ipu'tn of lockjaw, or "tetanus," scb'ii.'e terms it, i.s n common inhabitant ot the itit in;i I r.-,u,t [ of i ho cpline beast. Wh«n, i,.; i,ft..ii h.ij. pens, gardens nru fertilised with horse manure, their ^t,il becomes rich ir. tetanu.-j mi ITO1JC.ii. It. is very dangerous for chtldnn trun ill..nit l.nri.f.i.iieil in tho streets, be '.misp. if th>n- Jrnppcn to fit their f.e', lockjaw perms nro liable in ni feet 1 ] j«* uoimds. It is est iMuted that OS per cent. of nil th,. |,.M.Bcflioa in cities are bred in stabley where horses fire kept-horso manure bolii;; preferred l-.v the inserts to nil other mi. stariees as incubating material for their etjps. lHnee it is "i that the j...
Lord Roberts' 81st Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
Lord Roberts' 81st Birthday. f From for and wldo congratula tions hav® boon extended to Earl Roberts on hi® eighty-first birthday anniversary, the veteran Field-Mar shal having* boon born on Septem ber 30, 1832. Ills careor is part of the history of tho country. Thn siego of Delhi, the relief of Luck now, tho battle of Cawnpore, ami tho pursuit and defeat of the Owa llor contingent, tho engagement at KhudagunJ, in which ho won the Victoria Cross-these figure among his rocord of services in the dark days oV the Indian Mutiny. it was tho Afghan War of 1H7S-81 tint, stamped Lord Roberts ofi a intti tnry leader of tho first rank. His fainouH telegram when ho set out on tho march to Kandahar will be recalled to-&lt;lay. "You need have no fears," he informed the Indian Government, "about my division. It can tako euro of itself, and will roach Kandahar under a month." | All the world knows how that pro i mise was brilliantly fulfilled to the j letter. At an ago whon most sol j dicr...
Ways of Creating Life. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
Ways of Creating Life. A ? - According to Dr. Charlton r»ns tinn, tho creation of life from non living matter is nn assured fnct. "l.hing organisms enn bn obtain ed almost nt will." says Dr. Has fi.tn, in hi:» work on "The Origin of l.ife," from solutions whirh havp 1 i'.tii heated in hermet icallv sealed vessels to n. temperature very much higher than that which is known tn he their thermal death point. This leaws no furl Iter room for ilouM. uj'on tin' much-disputed point whether or not non-living mutter is still capable of coming into exist ence. Kemarivablo nr. it /nay uvein, it docs not require any Inrge amount of scientific knowledge, or any cost ly laboratory equipment to create life artificially. According to Dr. Jiastian tlio miracle enn l»n per formed with a little patience in your own home. ll>iv is how it is done : Add to one Iluid ounco of distilled water eight drops of liquor ferri j pornitrntis and threo drops of so dium silicate. Or. Bastian's Simple Apparatus For...
A Tomato Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
A Tomato Hint. i When growing; tomatoe* r.ut of doors an ordinary farm hurdla la one of tho best moans of supporting them. Tho plants ahould be plant ed 2 feet apart. Hy tying tho shoots from timo to timo to tho bars they arc sprend out and not crowded, ns when a single stako is used. Puring the summer th« whole hurdlo will bo covercd with folinge. When tying, use soft tw o-ply sti ing; bass or raffia is not strong enough to carry tho weight of tho fruit. Tie loosely, n9 the stems swell to a good thickness. Alt shoots below the fruits must he diligently removed as soon as they appear. Po not cut away leaves unless it may ho hero and llioro one that >|Uite covers a from' Iv"f. tlniit- UemovinK -foliliiju Do not givo too luucli W.'tvr " u|yl Ick.h tho ground is vory dry. - I'ut a mulch round tlio roots nftor the fruit. is ael, and water iti the morn irtff or evening' when necessary.
A SHREWD SENTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
A HKXTON. Anions the tourists who travel through France. n considers 1 »Io mini h.r ;i|ui,ys Msil tlh> Cathedral nt. Kli*»iius. a i iim n i »i t example of (.'&lt;>( hi«- archit iti urc. In thn tuwer thrn- is an onoritnais ck>ck. and it Hi'- s«'\ton*y b'isimw; to wiml it I'Vt'ry I1ii\~;I \ery tiring joh, as the weights are naturally extremely heavy. Th»» JH'.vlon, huuoMT, is a very shrewd fellow. Whenever he Hhowa the tripperji this wonderful picco of mechanism, he remarks : "Ladies nml gentlemen, if you (Jo not believe mc regarding- (ho heaviness of the clock "rights, try for yourselves." I\neh of the trippers immediately gives n turn or two to the wheel, and cts there are Nome two hun dr«M "visitors n day, the tripperw un consciously nnd eagerly wind the cluck for him, nnd in addition (.soys Maurice Pekobra in the "On looker") give him an extra tip for being' allowed to do his work ! I'rof. A. Ortii, of the obsor\al.ory of tlie 1'nivensity of Santa Clara, announce...
NEERIM SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
N E K It F M SO U T II. G real interest is being taken this ye lr in tho Agricultural and Horti cultural Society Show which is to be hold on April 2nd and 3rd. Owing to tho enrolment of a largo number of now members and tho generous response of the public as regards donations, special prizes, etc., tho prize list has been considerably in creased, and with fine weather and with even last year's entries which tho secretary expects to eclipse this year, we will havo a fine show. The horse section especially, has been con siderably enlarged and there are now 13 sections in that class. The schedules are now in the hands of the printer and should be available in a few days. Tho woathor Iils been abnormally «v£ Tiiil'iV- ^'n dition. On Monday evening a concert was held in the Methodist Church, Neerim, in aid of tho church cleaning and renovating fund. A varied and interesting programme was rendered and the whole function was a huge success as far as tho finances wero concerned. Tl.o church...