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STOMACH TROUBLES DUE TO ACIDITY. SO SAYS EMINE[?]T SPECIALIST [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
STOMACH TltOUBLRS DUE TO ACIDITY. SO SAYS KM I NEST SPECIALIST "jS'-Ml'IPcTSF-mtifh Ir-.nblen, fncli 'n> ligenioii, wind, stomach-nclio nnd in j ability Id retnin Fund, instead uf indi I eating that tliu stomach is nit uf orde , | a.ro in nine caeos nut uf ten simply evidence lhat fermentaiion is taking place in thn fond contents uf the utomaoh, Can-dug tin; formation of gas and acid". Wind distends the stomach, and causes that full, oppressive furling H.-mctimes known i>h heartburn, while 11ki ncid irritates and inflames the delicate lining of the ftomach. The st"niaoh however, i- not at fault. The trouble lies entirely In I lie fernicniinir f >od Such fermentation is unnatural, and acid formation is not only umntural. hut iiwY inv .Ive the in ist seriouj conse quences if na prevent' d. To prevent of ,-t ip fernientation of the food eon tents of the stoinucli and to neutralise ilm acid, and lender ii bland and harm less, half a tea-p lonful of hisurated magnesia, probably ...
Alleged Incendiarism. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
I Alleged I Incendiarism. On Saturday, 14th inst, it is allegod that two attempts were made to burn a crop of flax (valued about £100 and uninsured, owned by WollT Bros., flaxmillers, of Drouin), which had been spread in a paddock to ret. It was re ported that a drunken man had boon soon in the paddock, a few minutes prior to the fires. At 9 o'clock the same evoning ayounp man named John Thomas Henry, 22 years of ago. bou of a respect able resident, was arrested by Constable Ryan, charged with maliciously setting firo to flax and lodged in the local lock-up. Accused, who denied offence, was on Sunday morning, before Mr Wm. Young, J.P., admitted to bail in a sum of £100 to appear at Drouin Police Court on 25th Feb.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
-IW IDEAL TONIC FOR THE Siomach and Liver. Because it cleanses the system and gently stimulates the action of the stomach, liver, and bowels, Mother Seigel's Syrup-made from roots, barks, and leaves-soon corrects the " out-of-sorts '' condition from which so many people suffer at the change of season. Thirty drops taken after meals, renew appetite and purify the blood by ensuring good digestion. When you have headaches, or pains in the stomach, flatulence, no appetite or energy, when you soon feel done-up and weary, your stomach and liver need help, and need it sorely. Take Mother Seigcl's Syrup after your meals, and it will speedily renew your appetite, tone up the stomach and liver, make fopd nourish you, and give you new life and vigour. There is nothing to equal Mother Seigel's Syrup as a digestive tonic and stomachic remedy. MOTHER SYIUP Mks. SARAH Akxe IRVINE, of Manning Street, Kiama, N.S.W., writing on May-1th, 1913, says: "As one who suffered much from indigestion, head ach...
Kooweerup to McDonald's Track Railway. REPORT FROM THE PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON RAILWAYS. AREA TO BE SERVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
Kooweerup to McDonald's Track Railway. REPORT FROM THE PARLIA MENTARY STANDING .COM MITTEE ON RAILWAYS.' AREA TO BE SERVKD. 3. The district for which batter railway facilities are being sought is a triangular area lying between Dandeneng and Warragul, on the Gippsland railway, and Dande nong and Korumburra, nn the South-East main line. Dande nong is the apex of the triangle, and McDonald's Track, which is a main road running along the crcst of Strezlecki Range, extend ing from Korumburra north-east ward towards Yarragcn, on the main Gippsland line, may be re garded as the base. For the pur pose of determining roughly with in this area the gathering ground for traffic for the proposed railway it was assumed thataJJ Jand with in 5 or G miles Iiy a direct lino of the existing railways referred to . "1wgLiLivc was already served by such lines. Although the distance mentioned may seem compara tively short, it should be borne in mind that West Gippsland, unlike tho Malleo or the extensive...
Warragul Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
Warmgitl Shire Council. MONTUI Y MIT.T1NV,. VUv> \V(\V\MV-v wou\Mv nicoticc. «>'. Uw \V»w«.4»l' Stm* c»ur"d UoM »5 lW SWiO l>l.u\. UUH i^y.u wW'A Uvew \w.\&lt; _ >>iv m>S\U \\\rt»v*'«*vs S.'.nCx .IV >...>'?..&lt; ? \\WNv,\ Sw-vui, ^A\v,v. Ww WvYfl'tVY ViW* RiVjfldes »*J Y»!i»aU«vi» V.'t v.v*"' .v,s'i\.5 A^wKvl tv>. TVSjSaWiA^iH .M PftV.iis, re (i;e-.( ;U>: M V StfOiMioii wiift emblems e-'i v>ffirtftYi\\----Vo be a;t>M.\o.i (-V £&lt;vrfct.vrv. O.iomiy h .>.&lt;»..> *atin« tfttt lWI apm.wed >'i ihe ,vvepl.'*«&lt;'e .if tea.ier of A. 1 Smith, iov w^vk Prount-u ana C«l 1'iV.d. - Reeo.ved. _ llep.srluieni of Lands unit Mu'\e\. forwarding little phi" «f survey cm McDonald's Track.-- Received. S.'cre:arv, Country Hoads Jjoaril. re declaration of l'la/.eldean road as a main road, staling that an in vestigation survey had been made, and further consideration Kiven >v the Hoard, l>ut are unable to lake ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
IUOTHEK'5 FIEIEIVD Pedic Pomade for the Head, Mrakvs Vorntiu Dead. One application destroys vermin, kilU nit.s, lirals sores, cures ringworm, and makes the hair prow thick, strong .find curly. Abo for Vermin on Pig4, Poultry, Cuttle and Horses. A. K. ll&lt;'U&lt;l&lt;*vsoii, The Quality Store, sella Pe'lir, Is, lis, 3s fid, and pack ed with Nit Comb Gd more. A. CAMPBELL Carpenter Sc Joiner,1 DZROTTUN". ! Ui3tinmtc» Given lor All KillUS of Work. «T. H. Richards, (Lule IV. II. ill:iiltan«l) BOOTMAKER, ItlAIiV STUEIJT, DKOIIIX, (Next- to Morton's Froilucc Store), BOOTS & SHOES of ail Descriptions MADE TO OUDEit. KEPAI KING NEATLY ami PROMPTLY DONE. lib Carhon 5 lb Parcel INSIST OW PACKAGE T. KiOSMETT, TINSR0ITH & PLUMBER, MAI* STREET, OK&lt;HI\, (OpposingPease's More.) Local Agent for » n, Cfane " Milkine: Machines, langyno Kerosene Oil & Benzine Ensiiies, The Wolseley Hand-Power, Belt Driven, Steam Turbine Plants, and Separator O...
NOT TO BLAME. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
NOT TO JUjAMK. Two cabmen were glaring nt each other. "Aw, ivu(':j the mutter with you demaii'Icil one. "Nntliink's the matter *id \nic. Why ?" "You jruvc me a nnrsty look," per sisted the first. "Wnt, me ? Wliv, you certainly have ;i narsty look, but. I didn't civc it l.'i yer ! " The Candidate (having quoted the words of an eminent statcBtnan in support of an argument) : "And mind you, tlii'Ki; are not. my words. This is not merely my opinion. Thme are words of a man who known what he is talking about."
SIR HUGO S WILL A TALE OF AN OLD OAK CHEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
SIR HUGO S WILL, 4 A TALE OP AN OLD OAK CHEST. Iu a great gloomy, tapestried chamber in his ancestral tiomo of Dacre Towers Iny Sir Hugo Dacre, dying. There were three other persons m the room ; the family doctor who had just arrived in answer to a hasty message sent by the dying nuin ; a professional nurse ; ami a yoimsr nian bearing a slight resem blance to Sir Hugo. For some tune ticforc the lawyer's arrival the baro net hud seemed to be sinking rapi' J. but «is soon as lie knew the former was in the room a ncw streng i seemed to come to him. Raising himself slightly on his el bow. hi? addressed him in clear llrm tones : .' Put. everyone out &lt;>t f'11' room, Thompson- ^ I want to speak with VOU ulOac*" , ,1 , The nurse instantly (tuit.ted tin. . ,,artment. A heavy frown darkened the young man's face ; he made no attempt to move. The lawyer cros sed over to where he stood b> the oriel window. " Pardon mo, Mr. Dacre, but your uncle wishes for a private talk with me....
TOO MUCH FAVOURITISM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
TOO MUCH FAVOURITISM. It is nut always good to bo the pot of the ladiis. This is tile les«>n that was learnt by little Archie, aired 9, nnd with a luce frill round his neck, nr. a children';; picnic. Ijittlf Arcliic Ijad loriu Kuldi'ii cul'ls, and a velvet suit, 'and the ladies jn.st loved him. Tea-time came, and they all besiege! him. Cokes they gave him, and ice.-:, and wafers, and choco latcs, and buns, and lemonade. They were most pressing, and Archie liked it. A little later, however, Archie went into a quiit corner to think, and there, with one hand on his head, and one on his sash, a dainty lady found him. "Win, Archil', pet," she exclaimed, "what's the matter? Haven't you cot all yon want ?" "Yes, I've '-'ot all I want, please," murmured Archie, ever polite, "but, please, I don't want all I've got." As lkey .Moses was walking across the golf links lie suddenly received a terrilic hit. on the nose from a hard driven ball. Smarting with rage nnd pain, he hurried across to (...
INDIAN SNAKE-CHARMERS AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
| INDIAN SNAKE-CHARMERS AT WORK. Tlio main contention of the snake charmer, whether lie be Indian or Ked Indian, is thar. he is absolutely im raune from the bites of the most"pois onous snakes, and tiio manner in which he allows himself to be bitten by a cobra or adder never falls to Impress, not only the native, but al so tha whito man unacquainted with til# tricks of these hummigs. For humbugs they really are, although it must lie confessed that thej pro vide a very interesting and fascina ting entertainment. .As a matter of fact, snake-charmers almost, without uxception, play either Willi niiake.s whose; mugs and poison ous elands have been removed, or use non-poisonous reptiles which they pasB ofl as dangerous varieties. And wlion they have attempted to charm snakes without, removing the poison their exhibition ha.s invariably come o n tragic ond, and, in spite of their "??.11 and dexterity in damning, and 'he supposed magical antidotes which tliey carry with them. Often this Is...
"LUCKY" COINS SENT TO CRICKETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
" LUCKY " COINS SENT TO CRICKETERS. Fortunate is tho captain of n county cricket club, who ha* never received a " lucky " coin. For be is as "good at tossing" as was the man wfio owned-and used- n two headed halfpenny, or the Hon. F.S. Jackson when he captained . many teams against the Australian;. On six successive occasions he won the toss against Mr. Darling. On the seventh, at Scarborough, ho found the famous Australian in his tent, stripped to the waist, encircled by the Union Jack, and with his arms folded, " Now," said lie, " we will have a proper tossing, and the one who gets on the to*> wins tho toss. " AIL right," said Mr. Jackf.on. " Here, Georgie "- hailing a burly member of his team-"you come am] toss this time." " Very well, then," returned Mr. Darling, hastily ; "we will tos3 in the old-fashioned way !" Mr. W. G. Grace has had several spells of " bad luck " in tossing:, and has in consequence been presented with ''lucky'1 coins innumerable. I.o:d Hawke, when he cap...
AUSTRALIA TO-DAY. THE STORY OF PROGRESS. A RICH AND EMPTY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 February 1914
AUSTRALIA TO-DAY."* -* THE STORY OF PROGRESS. A 1U0H AND EMPTY LAND. BY H MIRY S. CULI-ETT. It is frequently remarked that the. .-reatest development of tho twen tieth century is to be the reawaken ing of the great Asiatic peoples, ami it is forecasted by pessimistic West erners that the millions of tho I'-nst inay 100 years hence, bo tho domtn-j .-xnt " innuence in the world. But those who talco this view are surely 1 short-sighted. It is youth that wins and n little study must convince that , 100 years hence there should he no more ' ambitious or more powerful 1 nations in the world than those i which are now so rapidly building up in the Wide, new, fertile, and, as yet, : almost empty regions of tho earth. We have seen in a single century i what has been done in the Unitod States ; wc hav.o .seen the American ' people increase in 100 years from , some seven or eight million to near i lv 100,000,000. And just as certain is it that in the next 100 yearn this j won.lerf.il pcrforrrn...
THE GIRL WHO IS ASHAMED OF HER MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
THE GIRL WHO IS ASHAMED OF HER MOTHER. It is n sorry day-lor a girl whet' she fuels herself superior lo her mother, unci considers herself culled upon to apologise for her bad cram aiar. mispronounced words, foreign ac cent, or si in.-, in Her speech. \Vhen a girl becomes so small and eontemp tihle that she is ashamed to appeal in public with her mother, because she is old-fashioned and dowdy in anpear i.uce. her hands brav.-nv. her face pre nalnreiy urins ed, and her form ben by long years of drudgery for her children, she is indeed to be pitied She has fallen below contempt. We have in mind a mother who is con stantly making sacrifices in order tha' her daughter may make a good ar> uearance in society. She wears her old ,'1-oak and shabby bonnet anothei year; she remodels for the second lime and tries to freshen up the eowu Khich should nave- been discarded last year, so that the young girl may have new ones ami appear to ns good ad vantage as other girls of her age. She Irndge...
REST FOR THE MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
REST FOR THE MOTHER. You cannot serve your family better linn by resting yourself. An over ired niot.her cannot make sunshine in he Iv.inhj. Try to t.'ike even hall an ?:nnr of complete rest some time dur* ne the afternoon. It will often be ?nird to net away, but make a duty if it, and you will accomplish it. If ,*ou wore ill t-hu children would !) ave o u'et on without you; let them do it vhi'e you -are keeping well for their =a!-e-. Think over the things that, can nest i-'o undone, and leave some of icin while you sleep. Host is much .heaper and more agreeable ttiiin a iocior's bili. and if you do not have me you will purely have the other. Vodostv is a great virtue; but 3 &lt;(.ldoui pfts his i»lcr? raised os Ui) strtiiial h of it
THE MOTHER'S HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
THIi MOTHHH'S HAND. Someono referring to tlio finishing .jiehes oi the human hand in polishin ? rtain optical instruments, etc., In; lid that "the mother's liaml, in th mily. is tlio great polisher. It keep 'tie faces and hands clean; it close .!es o\er knees and loos: it fills hui, :y mouths with wholesome and nala *M\a food: it tucks in tW sWep.nj lildren at night and keeps our tin .Id"; it soothes weary limbs to rest; binds up cuts, and burned am. 'lisod fingers; it holds the cooling .aught to fevered lips: it genth oses the eyes that look upon the sui o more.-^-'In a figure. the mother', and polishes the minds and character! f her children. Her finders point oui he letters on the block : in the primer *io page in history: the noblo ideah n bo attained ; tlio far-off gold to b&lt; ..ached; tho rocks to bo shunned; th&lt; laehtrom to bo avoided."
ABOUT THE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
ABOUT THE APPLE. Professor Faraday writes: There is .?..ircely nil article of vegetable food lore widely useful and more univep .illy liked than the apple. Why everj inner has not an apple orchard, hi;re the trees will prow at nil, is on&lt; i ihe greatest mysteries. Let eveif uiii y in autninn lay in a good store :d it will he to them the most eco . unioal investment in the who'e rnngt f culinary supplies. A raw, uiellou ppie is digested in an hour and n ?ilf, whilst hoiled cabbage requires ive hours. ]j taken freely at break ast. wish brown bread and butter, it . as au admirab'e effect on the general &lt;yitem, often removing constipation, ?orr'.'::tine aridities, and coolintr ofl Vbrile conditions more effectually ban the most approved medicines The nost healthful dessert that can be placed on the table is baked apples. !f families could he induced to Bub .litute the apple-sound, ripe, and uscious-in place of the pies, can !i«.-s, and other sweetmeats, with Uiioh ...
Bank Notes Eaten by Mice. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
Bank Notes Eaten Mice. A few peat's ago a po«>r peasant iu I *!*mi»ro IiMi-tH'ii t &lt;* his Mirpri:^' .*&lt;T)11 joy thai, ho hail come into an inheritance of JLMUU. His thoughts at once LtiriK'i.1 to the great city of pleasure. A rich man like himself should go to I'aris ; accordingly lie sold oft his eltccts (iml came to Paris. Arriving there, the pea sant's fear of slrangCJ\s at ojico be gan to show itself, and the good man, mistrusting bankers and law yers could not make 'up bin mind &lt;o hank liis fortune, so ho hid the notes in an old cupboard that stood in a corner.of his garret, A few days after, he felt a sudden desire (o ga/.e upon the hoard that meant so much to him; so ho opened the door, intending to feast his eye.s upon his money, lie dis covered. to his utter consterna- f (ion and dismay, that a. nest of mice had almost completely de voured the notes that meant to him all the difference between pov erly and wealth ! ' fn a certain parish i...
THE TRIUMPH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
.£1115 TRIUMPH OF CHRIST. By PASTOR RUSSELL. Tost: "When lie ascended up on high, He led a multitude of captives."-(Ep liesiams iv., 8). Tins kvjuhI ' rx the outcome of tiu: Saviour's work is rtJoU'd :>v the .A I'd.-'tle l'.'uil fioiii lV.ilin Ixviii., 1H. The figure thus luou^iit ln'foic oui menial eye is that of ;i C'on iiuoror who*,-; victory i.s bi'ii:;,' hriitltu-tl. W v know it w;!5 a eiwtosn witli tlit* KoiiiMt.- th:lt getieralri' returning from war wore K«aut (1 PASTOR. RU55ELLI) vi\ wl» it ivere termed "Triumphs-that if to say, triumphal professions, tli;it t lit' Isolde nw^ht riavu tangible evidence ol thi-ii* victories. "Hum. fur instance, Titus, returning /mm the war upon tin: .lews, in A.I). »0 i.roughL witl» inni certain notable persons. Ami tlu- Gulden Caud!e>tie.U fr«.ni Uiv IVin pie, and liic^o wore displayed to tin* eye cf the ji. o;itc iollnwing the conqueror. Toe\ wore vUk equcntly stiilptuiert on the Ar.-U of 'JV.u-. slid standing in Koine. cicsitly the cu...
Woman's "No" all Powerful. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
Woman's "No" all Power ful. A in;&lt;iiu.scri/»t dealing with Gudu l;i. Ilothschild, the mother of the. threat banking family. and wit..; of Maier Amschel Hot hseliild, the foun der t>i the liiianeial dynasty. lias just been unearthed in a family that at her time lived in theUhello at Frankfort, Germany. One of the most interesting entries is (his : "Learning that, another war was in I ho air, L went to Mother Gudulu, saying that t didn't have the money tu buy olT my son, Unit lie u'-'uJd probably bo (akett for (lie military and might be killed. Mother Guduln said she would see about that, and told me to come back the next day, for in the evening her sons would arrive from Lou don. Naples, i'aris, and Vienna to talk business with her, for all these .ureal, bankers went In seek the ad \ iee uf Mother Gusula in business mail ers of interna! ioua I niagtri tnde. When I went to see Mother t'uduia again she was all smiles. I'e of good cheer,' she said, 'there will be no war. I...