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Customs in Regard to Bowing. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

Customs in Regard to Bowing. illy Mrs. KHAXlv I.KAItNKl'.) One of the t».*:>ls of i»ood Iitiu". (.raining, and culture is in tin' man ner in which a bow or salut iit i*>r 1 ul recognition is made. A brusque, abrupt manner is rude. A \ery eil'usi\r in.inner ami a low' bow art' worse. The correct .salutation is between the two extremes. Alih.'ii-h acct'i ilin^' to eireumM an ces, a bow nun 1m; cordial, friend ly, formal, .slight, deferential or familiar. it. must be made. A person who has been introduce.! is entitled to reco.unit ion. An important rule abuul bowing is thai 41 man must wait, tor a lady to recognise him. HMween friends the act of bowing is almost simul taneous, but it is tHo privilege of a woman to take the initiative by beinfj the lirst to bow. As has been said, an introduction rut it tes e\cry one to a bow. Only for very grawi reasons would anyone ever give a direct "out," when th<- chum an introduction iinpose:; has been absolutely forfeited. In a ea...

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 8. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. 8. W. Hopkins, Author of Four Brass Plates," etc., etc. PART S. OlIArTKK XI. Lord Chester, formerly Known iis Gerald Lovcrlng, ami niitf an inmate for thirty (lays of the N'riv York Penitentiary under (he name of Henry Hnrnes, lounged in his luxuri ous rooms in the Albany, listlessly trying to puss a rainy afternoon without tho 1 >111.i;oi- of goiiv- out. in the storm. It v.'as weary «ur!:, for Lord Chester missed the companion ship that makes a rainy day often the most enjoyable to ;v man who reads. Lord Chester knew nothing of hooks. Me eared nothing' for thun. (tivc liiin the real thing-life in all itxroxy voluptuousness .- ! he club, I sweet, hour with some temporary charmer. These were tin: elements that made J.ord Chester's lite merry one ; made it worth living, in fact. "Can't stand it much loni;er," he .said to himself. "Wonder if T3raim>rd is at. the elub ? Must. get satisfaction . out of Hr,-l...

District News. LABERTOUCHE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

District News. L A I! !?: I; T (I I C 11 I;. A very i 1!j ? \ :i!i!i. e\en;ng was pent a; the ]fibnlmii In- Slate . ! ,<:> Friday. l'tih l-),-,-.. -.v!.,.,, ihi' children gave a concert in aid of jiif i hikhvn's which was l.!i;-i'iy attended, ;. i;tl the hospital v: ill lv: . :i: Ilii ",liy. The following I -.'lI a'.ilUn' \v;r through : - Sorg, "All llai! (letitle Spring." children : nri! liion, "Australia's M:ni-.nul Siii!:;." David l'roetor ; song, "11 those Kyes Could Only Speak," i-Vrri.. : .H.t"When I'm a Man." 8 hoys ; Gipsy Warning.'* " iiss MrP"!!,i!il; ncitation. "I lolden ia'.den," Keg. Shaw ; soil';, "Red Wing." Miss Kmnvi Kvdd: recita ls' n. "KV.t.VImhIjV ri. as'ed." Maggie Mel. !i;!i? ; sol.j.:. "Remember or For get," Mrs Yickety : rccitation, "Hang l*p lite Baby's Stockinjl," Macule l'roetor ; song, "Out on the Peep," Mr .lennings ; recitation, "Funny Little Stockings," Lizzie . 'rector : organ solo, Mr .lames : dnet, Mrs Middleton :nul Mr Rodders ; . :ia...

The Divining Rod. EXPERIMENTS CONVERT CONGREESS OF INVESTIGATORS. CAUSES OF PHENOMENA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

The Divining Rod. 1 K.\ RT'.KLMKNTS CONVERT ('ON CUF.SS OF INVESTIGATORS. I'AUSKS OF I'UFJN' 1M KN A. Much (|> the Mir]>ri--e of I, si'rpft. cni t'UI'11the -Mi-, i'l.r fT rod ron Kress" .lust )!.'],! "l Halle ir,r:;".n,y>. lms attracted nn c>;l niordiimrv amount ,,f i: 11 . ?: 11 i o m f r. , :.fT,,"|S (-.''.rrnati M.-i.'tiUsts. Tin: e,>n{;re;:s v.'.IS Calnd t , y.-t ii,.|- ) o (Ictf-n nil!!' what'. .M.-ii-iili;-,,-. 1,.. ,f nny. !!«,. is f,"' t|,e t[""".v that underground splines ..r <le posits of ,,re J,0 ,,y th" ?I.V.' (.1 ih.j .?tlivii.iii.tr rod." The men,her* included a larj;,. "um. of Kc;U.£;i;,ts, .-iii.I fcom all pl(r(s »ni-|..|, ,,,,ly Kl;iv Afri.-u ainl Atm-rica. I'rofessioiml Kut c,>stuiK-.-i- " or ex "f.v "f ih, "rod," W1.rn i'ii hand jii?. t.;le |>c,,(f their i-xji..i-i,.,u-,.. ''lu> of ivimres.; viU .'* ?' surprise to iiiUM, "i; """ ''i^ii-ed (In.- " .Jivinim. ,"'"1 '<??? of ancient. T)"- ,| (l"' tt'Utlllfr* achi.c.ed ...

DROUIN SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

^ZS> I) K 0 U I N S O i: T II. Oil Tuesday evening, 30th Duo., the Mechanics' Hull was crowded, (many Loins; unable to gam admittance) on the occasion of the minstrel perform ance) given in aid cf the Piano fund. The lirst part ot the programme was contriluited by the Mudlarks, the circle comprising Messrs II. Simper and H. Kerr (tambos), T. Roberts and \V. Orompton (bones), S. Innes, D. McCoil, Symonds and Smethurst, who each contributed a song. Mr R. Kerr filled the position of Interlocutor, and Mrs Tiieyer played the accom paniments. Mr R. .J. Kidd presided during the second part of the programme, when the following items were rendered : Pianoforte duet, Misses Crabb ; song. "Island of dreams," Miss Thompson ; song, "My first Wife," Mr Muggins (encored) ; Action song, "The tin Gee Geo," Miss Theyer ; farce, Messrs Simper, D. McOoll and H. Kerr. Mr T. Dixon, in a few \v;ll-chosen remark?, wished all the compliments of the season and thanked those who (at any time since the inau...

JINDIVICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 9 January 1914

JIKD1VH1 k On -Monthly, December Stb, the 1^. .'.-r.il M.U. Lodge held its animal neotiiicr when the secretary (Hro. A. t'lavk, P.G.) re.ul the balance-sheet which showed the lodge ('.) be in a ?'.nirishmti state, there being JLT>:55 i ut at interest bearing from 3 to a ; ef cent per annum. The animal election of olliee-bearers v.'as pro ceeded with the following, result : G.M., Bro l\. Molt, duly installed Bro >. Holt to the WG's chair and Bro.I. Garland to the V.G's chair, and Bro r. Petschac.k took the G.M's chair on tin? letirement of G.M. Bro lv. Holt, i'.ti. Bro 11. 1'etschack moved that P.O. Molt be presented with the re calia of his office and his name he place;! on the .Merit Board. Y.G. Bro Garland appointed P.O. Bro Molt, right supporter, and Bro W. Glat'k. left supporter. The N.G. Bro Holt appointed P.G. Pro Kamsden. right supporter, and P.G. Bro F. i'etsehaek, left supporter : P.G. Bro ] My. Petscliack. Warden; P.G. P. i.'ondon, 0 unrdian. A voteof thanks was acco...

Presentation TO MR. W. C. SANDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Presentation TO MK. W. C. SAS'DKRS. When it became known that the Education Department had transferr ed Mr VV. C. Sanders, head teacher of tho ^Drouin South State School, to "Whitfield, the scholars attending tin school atfonce on their own account took steps to show their teacher their appreciation of his services and pre sented him with a useful dressing case and a handsome pocket-book. The School Committee, with the parents and friends also decided that a man who iiad given such genera! satisfaction should not lie allowed to Joavo without some token of appreci ation, and arrangements were made to present him with a travelling bap (suitably inscribed) and the following address: " Dear Mr Sanders, "The Members of the School Committee, the parents of the child ren attending Drouin South State School and other local residents have agreed that they could not allow you to leave the district without placing on record their appreciation of the ex cellent services you have rendered during...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Currie-Hayes, t!iat the Council agrees to purchase about 2A acres of land from Mrs (5. Rendoll for ;i quarry for the sum of ilTTi. McHugh-(/tirnc, that application be made for a special grant of £200 for erectiup a hridpo over the Lang Lang at the Park. Mcllu^ll- Kennedy, that .t'.'.o drains at 1 .on;;\va-ry he put in order by day labor and fresh tenders lie called for keeping them open. RSE5* of Large Experience Recom mend to their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTINC of 176 D.nii Street. Hrunwick. Vic., writes as follows (29. 2.12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, the was operated upon for appendicitis. She war eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and rundown. I pave herseveral bottles of Clements Tonic. It soon strengthened her nerves, she was as well a» I couhl whit her before long. Fcuirtcsh years ago I first used f!::s medicine as a nurse ana Lavs ''.commcnded it tines out &...

LADY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

1ADY FARMERS. Sr.]irU, ;i ('"nimunity in tli;it t.! 111.- Wi'.storn t .jm.i'iii*-! I»t iurir.;, l.n.'-vn n.i i>ntr:il AUi^iIh. i>. 1 IT) 1 !.-- (hmh (in-P.i Iliituiii, hut 11 is th.' t' i''. 11 i * * 11 ,,( u tnluny ft :;i-ttl-iv. fn>:n III- < 11 (\tuntiy v-ho wil'' ;it n m'1'M I" ll'' ri-a.iv turuv. pi.-IMi' i h'-rr l-\ u,.' "riin;iili;ili 1 Im: K.'i'.lv .,y. p! tin* tai miT.; "? ? >' I'.'.', lV.' A". liV-l'l'l'.'.'.'l'V." ;|' " kn..wn "lit.r. rnrnllv p.-u.l a vi-.l '"IV" J "Mil-; lii-lir Il- . "Mf v. i-I1-, in:; J.;;- partnei:h;p. Th.-y t"-?; ! n>. < 111' "i i . i j i t y iti tin- a t !'. i n;' i ?;; i' ?! 11 , thaiirh the a vera :;<? f a im .' I' »>i:t th- n you t hat part ncrsii i p:-. nre iiiium I; aid-- in siwli a busings. Ivich mem her is responsible for h-'r cv-n impart Mii'iit, but 1.; always r.-adv '«. t»« 11» the nilnr. 'Mi.-s Wirtriek 1...«!^:j aft<T t he dairy and th«. house,' s:t:d her partner. Miss Jack May...

THE FARM AND DAIRY. REARING CALVES OF TUBER[?] LOUS COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

THE FARM AND DAIRY. UKAItlN'C ('AIJVRS 01'" TUB!' LOUS COWS. Tilii: is n subject, which i. of l':! 14" cnlar important' t r» niir dairy farm ers, more pitr. iculurly in view of I h" fact that, pasteurisation of til" s';>m milk is rapidly r,,mm:; into vo-ne. A scrips of experiments have been carried out. reeeutlj by th- Koye.l At; ricultural Society of Kiml.'ii.l to '1 '. mon.st.rat.c tin'. possibility of re.u':n;r, ' calves tree from tlic disease, i" ^I'i' .' ! of t.hoir having hern born of row:, that react, to (lie tuberculin test. At the present time there are en the farm at Woburn thirteen year',i:i::e. and two calves horn this year, .-oi.i a healthier Int. no one could v.iss t" see. in spite of the fact, thai t'iri, : dams reacted to the test shortly be torn parturition. All tluit lias ln-n done i.-: to separah' tlie calve.; fn.m the rows immediately after l irlli, ami remove them to a farm a mill' a-.vay. \Whto (.[)('3' have Jn'Pn reared under ejrcuriJNt.nneeN I hat. juvvent...

CARE FOR THE MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

AUK KOK 'I'MK MILK. [ Tin? following statement, made l>y | Professor U. I*1. Hunziker before the farmers attending the short courses at Purdue, sums up in a few word:| the situation relative to the core of milk, and cream on the farm : "Cleanliness ami low temperature are the fundamental essentials in the proper care and handling of milk and cream, regardless of what disposition may he made of the product. The purpose of these essentials is to pre vent or retard bacterial fermenta tions which shorten the life and im- . pair the k'^piiiE quality ami whole- ( HomcneHs of milk and its products, | When the dairyman disregards these '? essentials ho becomes a menace to the health and life of the consumer ' and a demoralising factor of the ' markets of dairy products, curtailing ' the financial succcss of his own husi- . ncss. With due attention to the pro per care of milk and cream he be- ? comes a benefactor to tho human - family, a promoter of hijih ijuMity of dairy products, and a ...

Buln Buln Shire Council. MONDAY, 12th JAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Buln Buln Shire Council. MONDAY, 12th JAN. Present-Crs Kennedy (President), Petsehaek, Ryriel], MeHtn;li, Carrie, Hayes, Stephens, and Howe; an apology was received from (Y Woolstoncroft for not hciuK present. Finantk. M- Wall (Loiimvu.y to .vn-hip) £1 Is Sd, A. and P. lv''HH«'uV (V.'.-mmi !\*<r rd) i-J-J, J. C-.-.k (.nuksMirs Tra 10 L-JO. S .1. Kngtr» (Coatui'tf rd) £'18. K. P. vcr; (Wcsu'repoi f rd) i'L'O, I Ou 'k (.Iaoi;s"n'H I ruck" L* 18, W. Ktilinn inn (Hundrit'a) t'5 14* 8d, CnU.iinl (li:i A« n oiaii'in (tn«)£7 -M, V.i: ;uh.> Kid <v,,y* (troight) £o' 10.* 8d. M. Will id le ni') £1, Public Works D.'i'f. (Win* N\:i ? ing acct ) L'13 17', HuM'-r Ir n:t <»r y Co. (lighting ncot., Druiiin) JL'PJ lis SI, l*y. S: udrin if11: (light iug ucciivnrry) i'2 12*, J. S uWftrl p«n ®»; i v t (?.?, I). i »u i ii > i!ll ICS 3d, (put Borvic«>, h-Mi^viiny) fc'l 10i» 8.1, Dovrney *nd ClinHU*n*u . (p in smvico, Not;rim S'lirh) £-4 2/>, II JJ. P. tl t, (t...

OHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

OHArTF.Il X[V. Prom that day the patient was a changed man. All tlie gentleness was pone. He would 116 longer apply him self to study. He spent the entire day in an exhausting nnd fruitless sea r ch a f t c r-s o m e t h i n g. He. slept-little at night. lie. tossed and muttered inartieula tely, and grew thinner and whiter. The eyes that had been s«> calm now grew at times wild and vengeful, they would *i?eni to he peering oil into spaee, JIS if looking for something not within reach. He would stand for minutes at a time, ponderiinr with knit brow over some thought that was pir/.zlini: his hr still. uiul then would ;;li;\kc his head find rosimii'. whatever occupa tion ho had been cnjrjijrci! upon. Jf he passed Jlclen in the hall, or on tlio stairs, he would lay his white til in hand on her arm, and peer curi ously into her laee with such an un utterable lonuinp that, she would fre quently hurst into tears. He would listen to the conversa tion of those around him, and would seem t...

Can We Suspend Life at Will. RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS REMARKABLE CLAIM THAT HE HAS [?] A S[?]STANCE WHICH WILL ENABLE ANIMALS, IN[?] MAN TO [?]NNTE LIKE BEARS FOR INIDEF[?] PER[?]ODS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Can We Suspend Life at Will. KUSSIAN SRIKATLSTS LIKMAKK AULK L |, A I M THAT I IK MAS PLSCI A KLIL-'.n A SMISTANL'K, WHICH WIIJ- KNAKKK ANI MATES, 1 N C1.1 ? I' 1 N1! MAX I'll IIIUKUN ATI', J.IKK 1IKAIIS I'UK INI'IKI'INI'IT; PKIUNNS. Some "as recently expressed at Hio announcement I hat j'rofossor V. [t.ihinet icli. of the I m versity of Moscow. Kussin, hud in vented a compound which u'otihl ?produce suspended animat ion in men and .-ii:i11>.1'. Professor Ik.l.niei iolt's .-i.itnlM.ru lor in Hii'- iliM-«'v«>r\, Proicssor Maxim Keir-'-tior. has made the fvd lowing' detailed cxplauat ion of their ili.scoverv . Urdinar.v sleep ..leans a restoration of our energies, ami suspended ani lllilft.M) |<j|| t lf< U |U<«' t ll<> Ill ;» hi.cU'-r <!..;;«.«.... j ?I'lie mann.'i- Ml which we fame to mat di-cov.-vy w.is very inter-! estiui;. While .t'.serv inn the i-edmi.' hat.its of the hears in Siberia, 1 ".,s tohl hy a Siberian hunte...

CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

1 CHATTKH XU1.. .It Jh now time /or us, whothcr it snlts our Inclination or nut, to/ re move onrsehvs from Uio perfumod at mosphere breathed by Mildred Moore ami lior two adorers. and return to those \v)to an* certainly more worthy of our regard, and who have boon neglected through no fault of their own. I mean the Carpenters. On the K'M'oinl floor of Mr. Carpen ter's splendid mansion then? was a larjre, well-lighted room, intended for, and formerly used as a nursery. It was now doinj; duty us a schuol room, after the maimer we shall see. In this room, . bright and comfor table, sat oue da\ Srhoolmast »t Cummings, formerly at t endant. at Chambers-Street Hospital, and his class of one-the Cnknown. Both were well dressed, both intid lif?cnt-lookut£. was alert, watchful, and tiicre w;is an unreas inir activity about him that, proved the choice of Dr. Carpenter to have been a wise one. On the other hand, the intelligence of the Unknown seemed entirely of a subdued, or, as it were, a ne...

MAN AND HIS FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

IV)AN AND HIS FUN. Mnu ?'in* is b^ru of \v«>man 1? of few and ntordin.Vf,lv fond Fun. Tn thi! uln-n his tum let. is full of milk, and his soul of content, he lh\s upon his back ami kicks his heels in tlw air: In snya "l»u*ga" and * '<.* <»o-#£*c»,"' and that, is Fun. )k<ing thrown older, ho climbs n tree and falls nut thereof; !u» tx»»*.;< in .swimming, and iwoll-nigh drown ed ; he absents hinuaOf from school, the expense oi his cuticle, and (hnt. is Fun. He jrrowji in size, but- not in wis dom, for now is ho in college. He tfoes forth by ni^ht. and steals the sij^ns of poor tradesmen; he marches in a procession of fools, and burns his t;ooUts ; he j^et:; drunk ovorni^ht, injr, and thai is Fun. IK- concei vvs a de-iiv for I he ..ompuuy of yomnj \v onifii ; he lol low.i one j;irl about, ami wear.-; her hair : sin* carried his scalp in her belt, and she re--ts under the shadow tit his ears, and thai is | l-'un. j In t he ftmI 11? ? i hrou...

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 9. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

AT.T, RIGHTS RESERVED. THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. By 3. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Four Brass Plates," eto., etc. PART 9. CHAPTER XII.-(Continued.) "I havo heard of you, Sir Peter,'' sbo said ; and her voice was low and sweet. "You are the friend of Lord Chester, nro you not ? Such a good, kind friend as you hove been to him, too." She placed her hand in that of Sir Veter, who scarcely knew what he TOS doing, so completely hail the beauty of this woman driven from him his boasted calmness. She was beautiful beyond compare on the stage. She was doubly beautiful nt cloxo rnngc, and without the nrt.i I l!ccs of the aLiise. Sir Peter ent down. .'I was his friend." he ;-aid in re ply to her last remarks. "I was the friend of Lord Chester until that, nn cratcful . voting 111.171 insulted me to my very face." "Insulted you ? Lord Chester in sulted jon ? Why, (be. ungrateful fel low ! How could he do such a thing as that 7" "I'll tell you," said Sir Teter, breathing hard...

SMART REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

SMART REPLY. Tim cnptoin of a certain troop ship convoying a cavalry roijinirni. to lh*> <'ap»* was noted for hN wit, and at. owry opportunity that offered he loosM his shafts <<i humour, to th<.' chagrin and ombnr russmrnf of their targets. Sooner or later tIn* stinger j/'-'ts slung, howe^t'i*. and this chronic pun-nr tist uas no exception to the,rule. (hi one occasion, when about two days out from port, he appronch od a group of soldiers who w.t" swahhiug' (In* forward deck, and, sintrliiig" out, a hiij', raw-honed Irish 1 recruit, who was »j.\pcrie:K iti^ hb first taste of sailor's life, he gra vely asked : "Can you steer tin? mainmast down th«' forecastle stairs ?" Quick as a tlnsh came the reply : "Yes, sinv 1 <.'nu, if you will stand below and coil it up."

A Kindly Burglar. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

A Kindly Burglar. A i;;i">rt!11114 [Mj-t-r says : "A ;< t {.,J.. \ 1:1;.'Irv \VI»H «l frii'iMI f.y .1 kindly adinn. 11.- .M-,' "V':\ ?!... V.f.:; -»r .* Mrs. M < . :*r i laf at Muni . rn»-T nor >uu'i'-r: 11 '11: ih- M.iir.. Hi-' V- ' ^ \ »t .-:-sd 11 < ? i' in 11 -1 " Tl: * v.* U[. y 1 i'ic hands I... .Td.-r.-d, Mr-:. h.-nil;, "*in? ??! w- hit,;. Sh»- ['li.'dwd him on -wl'-, inc. "Wy !.:it.y is- \i,c. I a <!«'.?! "J'i,. * 1'1111' : 1"i;m..I Iwt l.v r hp V r-i -». "U h.n 1 Mi.it t nr I,.- d'' M M 11 d 1 *' i . " 1 I «'!'1 1:1 i '. ' ' :-'v rtTI "a »'r*'d . 'I'!!" I'MI-l'I.ii- i"i: t iu- iv,..I \ .'[? 1 | i 'x i .: I ' ' i> t . h i j' 1 " . " f ha \ in r <?;" -n; -aid <.;irt ? I;, .' I 'ill «-M' mi I hi-. Iiiirht Iv Tm Kc-fj ? (In1111 fr< -in si ,1 !". I'll dn h.'t I .-an I'.-r > t a r»'d a' bins. <-rd- hah wilder S t , 111d1M;; Idrn. "lift I r ? *' a I.>?t i |<? 1 »( lu'1...

HEAPACHE-AIR MEAS[?]RED [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

JIKAI'ACUK-AIU .MKAKfllKH. i An apparatus iuvcnUul hy Prufos sor J.oononl llill w'iis shown at lh»» mootini^ of l ho . Uritish Associat ion from the rea<lin^s of which theMatr ol' the ait* m n room rouhl bf easily determined. Worn tho reading of (h«\se curious thermometers, Professor 11 ill prove I that tho stuU'mess of a room do<-s nut. givo us colds or headaeln-s ho causc tho air Is had or used up. What is really fatal is that it : stillness ami warmth, combined pro ven t the hoclv from 1omm< lwat. as it .should in the natural way.

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