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THE Gippsland Independent FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
-THE (fitppshml) Infoepenfcenl FRIDAY; FEBRUARY 27. 1914. SHOW.-The Wairagul Show is a fixture for Wednesday, 4th March, for which a liberal schedule of prizes has been issued. Numerous attrac tions will bo provided and a good Band has been engaged.-The entries close on Saturday, 28th February. CitustiER.-On Friday morning last the metal crusher at tho local quarry started operations and work ed satisfactorily. Or Hayes fed the machine at thfl start. RACES.-At the Warragul races on Tuesday, the local mare (J. Clark's) Muna ran second in tho Flying Han dicap. A u.H.-mornln;; tho members of the 13th Squadron A L.H. loft for eight days' camp at Broad ford. G HANTS.-In tho allocation of Gov ernment grants, the Buln Buln Shiro has been voted the following amounts: -Towards Litaize's road £100; to wards road to Smith's, Loch Vally £'25 (Council to expend £31 5s addi tional); towards bridge oyer Lang Lang river, £150 (Council to expend £75 additional); towards erection of bridge over Tooro...
"A MIRACLE STONE." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
A MIRACLE STONE." Tho mystery of tlie " miracle-stone,1 which for centuries has been regarded with awe by the inhabitants of a re mote mountain region in the Sierra Madres, in the western part of thi State of Chihuahua, Mexico, has bec» solved. "When the first explorers enter, od that region many years ago thej found that the Indians there wore a small piece of peculiar stone, which wai attached to a tliong around their necks. The Indians ascribed miraculous heal ing powers to the stone, and claimed that it was a cure for rheumatism and all chronic diseases of tho body. Scien tific men ridiculed the idea of its pos sessing any curativo properties, con sidering that it wns a superstitious idea which had been handed down from generation to generation by tho In dians. A short time ago several picce! af the stone, which is found in con siderable quantities in tho mountains, were obtained by a mineralogist, and taken to the city of Mexico, where they ire re analysed. They were found to p...
MAN AND HIS STOMACH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
MAN AND HIS STOMACH. It is not an uncommon thing to he*i a man or woman say-u Theru is some thing tho matter with my stomach," X'liey novor stop to think whether thoj hemsolves are not at fault, instead &lt;>1 h&lt;. stoinud). It is «o «»u»y to blam« tli« Aomuch. it can't say anything bnck But tho truth of the matter is th« stomach is all right. Nothing tho mat U*r with it at all. It is what ia pui into the stomach that is causing th« trouble. Tho stomach knows when ii receives something that will be injuri ous to tho body, cr when it has boot overloaded, and* it protests against tin indigestible article or tho surplui amount of food. . It is acting as a friend and sendinj out a warning against this abuse. Bui instead of being gratoful to the atom well and leaving off the indigestible tood and tho big dinners, tlie man o; the woman continues to load it witl pie and cake, pickles and sauces, port and pancakes, and all sorts of things a/id then they complain that th...
Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1 Stephen, G. V. 2 Winters, J. .J. 3 Colqulioun, C. 4 M«rt..n, W. H. o Buttor Krctory li Mayes' Family Hotel 7 Casey, D. I\ 8 Henderson, A. II. 1) Peaae iind Sons 10 Hamilton, Lnrdner Road 11 BackhouBo, Skii.nrr and Hnmilton 12 Sliiro Hall, Druuin (W. Young, socrotary) 13 Fuhrmitin, W C. following places : Melbourne la Lotif;narry 2d Gaitiuld 2d Pakenham -Id Narrewairen Cd Daiidenong 81 Traralgon 8A Yarragon 2d Straiford Is -Id Morwoll 0J Thorpdalo (id Walhalla Si Rokoby 2d Buhl Uulti 2d Neoritn -Id Nnorim Stli 4d Neoritn N. 6d Upper Moondarra 8d Oi>al villa Cd Barr» 4d Darnum 2d Xona 2d iy be had with the \Varra«ul Id Bunyip 2d Naitiargwin 3d Pakenham E -Id Berwick &lt;!d Oakleigh S.I Trafalgar 3d Moo 2d Sale la Toon^abbio 81 It'isedalo la lioolarra tH Jindivick 3d MatiYa Is N-jerim East 3d Net-rim J unc.4d I OHioer -id Nariac in OH Bairnadale Is lOd Lindonow la 4d Nilma 2il Crossover 3d
More and the Maniac. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
More and the Maniac. Iii front of his Chelsea House Sir Thomas More had n garden and gatehouse, and as (here was a plea sant view from t h'1 summit t)f (he gatehouse, ho used frequently to sit tln-re, accompanied only by his dog. Here it was that he was found one afternoon by a wandering maniac, who crept upstairs and found I lie fc&lt;j1 »lo old man dor.iiiff. "Leap, Tom, leap," he cried, and at the same time tried to throw him over the battlements. More had not physical strength enough to resist, but ho had the wit to sny,_"l.et. 'is first throw this little dog over.'' The man immediately threw down the dog. "I'reMy sport/' said the Lord Chancellor. "Now, go down end bring him up ; then try again." While the madman went down for the dog, More made fast the door behind him, and so managed | to hold the fort until deliverance ea me. A seedy-looking man applied to the late Mr. d'oyly (."arte, in the days of his management at the Sa voy, for a job. Mr. Carte was just then tryi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
A MELBOURNE TSAiWAY iFFICEl writes lis Letter. illCharles' Roc'/., of \2 Gladen-st., East Brurjswsiilt, vvho Tor 33 years has f^Sed anjjir>^5>rta^t position in the r^e5bour5^'v^raMway and O.B. Company, vjrV^sLjkhis letter, which other officials can confirm, to J b his is a Document of special interest j to all railway and tramway men. ck. 2/4/. 42 RJ.d,» £.-?; C1.EMENTS TO NIC LTD., " It was the end of Docombor, 1911, that I caught cold and was laid up with plourisy, which bocamo very serious. The doctor thought it advisable to consult with another physician regarding my ilinass. For three days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DECREES. MY LIFE HAS DESPAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUCH TAKINC THE .DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IN THE LAND OF THE LIVINC TO-DAY. Ko advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC FOR HE. 'THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' I am convinced that when lie said, ' Lifo in Clements Tonic,' they wore THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. 1 am sure that I would have been in my last restin...
Speed of the Wind. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
Speed of the Wind. Up to the prevent the greatest .speed of the wind has never b^en measured, for the simple reason thai, no instrument has yet been in vented capable of doing so. Tn 1S7S mi anemometer on Mt. Washington registered ISb miles an hour, which is the highest velocity on record, and last November a ] Job ins on a nemo met er w'as 1)1 own away, in .Jsmaicn, when registering ll!0 mites per hour. A tornado, however, blows far harder than that. At various limes attemptk ha\e been made to esti mate the \elocit\r of wind in a tor- : riado by observing its effects. For instance, in 1S7."> a board of pine wood was blown against, and right, through, a t»de^n«pb-poh' ; whilst during the same storm anuther plank was driven three inches into the trunk of a ! roe. It was calculated that such ef fects could only have been pro duced by a force little less than that of a cannon-ball - that is to say, the wind must have been Ira- ; veiling at the rate of between six and eight hundred, ...
Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
Phases ot the Moon. March - Krat quarter otli. 3.3 |> 111 , full in inn 12ili, 2.IS p in : lu«». quarter I l!kh, 3.39 a in ; new mo >n 27th, 4.9 I a in. I April-First quarter (ill, .111 n in ; I full mmm 10 I), 11.28 p in ; last quar ??.r 17tli. 5 52 p in ; new moun 125th, j 9 21 p in. j .Ma_v - First quarter 3rd, 1 29 p in ; i full mo m 10th, 7 .00 n in ; Inst quarter i 17ill. S 1 2 a in : now mo >n 25th, 12 34 p m. June-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 n m . fnl moriu S h, 3.18 p m ; last quarter 16th, 12.20 a w ; new ni i.in 14th, 1.33 a til. July-Fir.«t quarter 1st, 5 24 a m ; full tn inn 7th, 11.59 p m ; l>ut quarter 15th, 5.31 p m ; new m i >n 23rd, I 12.88 p m ; tirst quarter 30th, i) 51 ( a m. A.us;uit-Full in ion 6lh, 10.40 a m; last quarter 14th, 10.5t a in , new inonn 21st, 10.26 p ill ; first quart-r i 28'h, 2.52 p id. | S'^ptemb'r - Full tn mn 5th, 12 2 atn; S last quarter 13th, 3 48 a til ; new inion j 20ih. 7-33 a in ; first qui.iter 26t.li, j 10.3 p 111. I Octo...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
WAKE YOU?? DISTRICT KMOWM. Concerning ROTH- parts of tho district news c'imc.f but seldom. This is not iho fault r.f thfi Editor, fur bo has no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in nil tho places in tlio area . if circulation. It. is the fault of resid Bitj in the silent places. Will some man or w 'innn take the matter .n hand and cause the silence to If no une else is dning it for your district, will YOU try on these Hdch ? Send accounts uf public and social events in your township or neighbor In .d, Eiich a.-" weddings, d'-aths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Do not Dither about grammar or spfilling i it is the Editoi's work t.> I:>'ik after these trifles. The barest ; skelet' ti i? enough. j Write 0:1 one side of the paper only, j Give information, but lot critioism alone. Write your name in some corner not for printing, but to prove good faith.
Sport & Pastime. Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V. GARFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
Sport &: Pastime. Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. DIIOUIN V. GARFIELD. The above teams commenced a cricket match on Saturday last on the local ground. Drouin batted first and compiled 163 ; Garfield put up 140 for the loss of 4 wickets. The match will be concluded next Saturday. Scores: Druuiii Trituchler, f> ftohmwm 13 Dyall. c. b It-,bum >u 38 lb*v, 6 Harper, h Martin 12 McDouuld, b Green 29 Bunco, c, b M irtin 0 Willis, c, b Ho'tniKoii 36 Petti*, h Rnhiitnott 30 Puny, c. b L'ornhu I 5 Edmuudd, b TurubuJl 0 Telley, not «»ut 3 Byes ... ... 11 163 B»wling - Kobmtoii 4 fur 50, Anderaon 1 for 35, Turnhull 2 for 34, 1\ Green 1 ior 9, Martin 2 for 24. Gdififld T. Green, b Tritecblor 0 Martin, c, b Trituchtor 0 Uobintoti, b McDonald 14 G. Grcuii, b McDonald -*0 MoMondii, noi nut 01 Tun.hu I. tint out xr> ' ^'unJrK-fl I I Totnl, 4 wickota for ... 140 j Bowling-TritachJer 2 for 53, Ffarpnr 0 for 20, McDonald 2 f"r 35, Pottit 0 for 9, Purry 0 for 18, \\Tihia 0 for 3.
FIRST FEMALE PEER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
FIRST l'KMALK L'i:KK. (treat peerages ha\o fallen to Indies in the natural rour.se of events, but the first peeress by crea tion was Anno Iloleyn. On Sep tember J, 1 TIcnry YJH., by Koyni patent, created Anne l»o leyn first Marchioness of ]Vmbrol;&lt;\ Thus he identified her with his own family, a.'S Uie Ja.sL tille of .IVjii* broke luirl bee)) borne was by his uncle -Jasper Tudoe. She war, duly invested with a mantle and f;ohl coronet, ami Henry added a. tfrant of £»"?.*> per annum to iierseif and her heirs out of the (,'jvtv/i rents of tin; county of IVmbroke, to be paid by the Sheriff. The ^raut ,£iivi» h»T precedence over all the other marchionesses of Kntf- i Inml, of whom there were, at that timu' two &lt;-los»ly hIUim! to the J Joyal Ka mily-nn rnely, t he. Mar ehioness of Porset (the Kind's own niece) and (he Marchioness of K\e tnr, whose husband wns &lt;h^ sou of the Kin^'.s nun?, the /'rin^e.'-s Katharine riantn^enel.
NARNAUGOON V. BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
NARNAUGOON V. lit'NY I P. NarnarRoon visited Bunyip on Saturday and put up 148 in their first innings. Bunyip lost five wicket for 92, and of this total Becher made 31 in eight scoring strokes, viz, - 4, 2, 1, 4,6, 4, 6. 4. Scores : Narnstrgnou Wilson c. l> Withingt m 3 Blanoy, c. h \V. Hol^atis 23 Grt'gc; c, b Withiogtou 32 Menziei, b Nash 55 Jas Smith, b Nash 1 G Smith, c, b Wiihington 0 Dure, c, b Nash 19 J. Smith, c, b Withington 2 G. Backhouse, not out 0 B. B-ickitouse, at, b Withington 1 Backhnusp, at, b Withiugtou 0 Sundries 32 Total 148 Bowling-Wilhineton G for 61, A, Holgtttt* 0 for 25, W. Hol^ate 1 for 22, Naeh 3 for 28. Bunyip Nash, b Bltney . 0 Bech«r, b BUu«-y 31 Thomas, c, b Backhouse 35 A. Ho'gato, b WiiVin 7 W. Holgate, not out 5 Withing'on, c, b NVilaon 1 Sundries ... ... 13 Total, 5 wickota for .02
A DAY OF CARNAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
A DAY OK CAUN'ACK. When I he light of dawn slob: quiet ly over the Sudanese desert on the morning" of September L\ it revealed Che spectacle of war brood ing amid the peaec and solitude of Nature. It was the last, day of Mahdism, for (he Khalifa, with his dusky hordes, bad at last boon "run in earth" in Omdurman, and K i I chener, with Jiis army, hail re solved that this day Mahdism should |in swept fmally :>fT the face of the cfi ri It. Soimi after dawn a long, llul taring lino of while appeared on the hori zon. Jt was the enemy advancing quickly over the u-llmv sands. With a voice of thunder the I.Jritish gnus spoke. It was n. tornado of death. Hut as the fanatics were mowed down by the Maxims, the lines were reformed. It. was not a battle : it u*nf? an execution. The lust of v u«.&lt;. .... " - . Paradise no\v for Uu-m. With« rush after rush the Khalifa's v.arriorn came on over the derul bodies of their comrades, only to be. mown down in turn. Never did men face death ...
TARAGO ASSOCIATION. BULN BULN V. TARAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
TARAGO ASSOCIATION. BULN BULN V. TARAGO. a wen contested match was played at Buln Buln on Saturday last between the local team and Tarago. To place them on the top of the list with their opponents, the Bulnites were de termined to win and by good all Tound cricket they were deserved ly rewarded. Tarago batted first and collected together 91 runs, D. Brown scoring a useful 41. Wat Handley bowled well, taking a wicket with the fifth ball of 5 overs. Buln Buln responded with 116, P. and E. Hawkins 22 and 20 respectively, Wat Handley 17, Sheales IS, W. Polkinghorne 15, and L. Murray 9, all played a splendid winning game. Buln Buln won by 25. Scores : Tarago M. Brown, b Wat Handley 2 S. Hickann, b Wat Handloy 2 A. BKIIWI, 1) Wat Hindlcy i> T. L'iutit, c iluvkiua b Guiiatone 10 | F. Heu'iiey, c Hawking b Guna'.une 1 I D. B-iiwn, b Otiery 41 i S Stainsby, 1> W:it Handley 10 J A. Gapes, c dandify b Slicalss 0 j Cook, b Wat Handley ? G. Gapes, b Wat Handloy 0 ( V. Hai.dloy, nut out 3 S...
MALTA BECOMES BRITISH POSSESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
MALTA BKOOMJOS BRITISH J'Orf SI'.SSIOK. On Friday, September f», 18' *0, Malta, t l*o largest of a lit tie up ; of Mediterranean islands, was sur rendered to the Itritish, tinder (!en ? oral Sir Henry Figot, in conse quence of Napoleon Honaparte hav ing taken it when starting l,» >'»" \ade F.gypt. a6 a way for obtain ing an Hasten! empire. It has been since the home of I knights called Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem-so named because their object was to provide security and shelter against the -Mahoinmedun Turks for Chris tians who went on pilgrimage to the Holy J,and; but 1 hey had been for ced to seek safety by fleeing from it theniKrh'i»s, The Treaty of Amiens, in ISO-, provided, for the restora tion to this holy ordiT of this island ; but against this its native Inhabitants strongly protested, be in# sure that the French w'ould I hen try to #el control over it.. Fng ImiwI lliercforn renewed war against. I'Vuikm? nxllici' ttiiin v«» *IJ> Multu and the Treaty of Paris,...
RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION LONGWARRY STH V. NTH POOWONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION LONG WAR I tY S'I'H V. NTH roowoNG. This match was played on Satur day last at Longwarry South nnd was won by the home team. The scoring on both sides was low owing ?to fine bowling by W. Pratt of the North side ; whilst M. Willis lor the South, kept a wonderful length. Scores: L'iii«iv.irry .South. 3 i It. Dowi)ii>, b Pratt 4 H, Neil, c. I) Treailwoll 17 I A Tolley, c .J. Treaiiwoll b Pratt 0 | G. D ivine, b Aikinan 22 1 M. Willis, lbw, b Aikman 0 I \V. Hogarth, not oui 23 [ H Jarnian, c and Troadwell 7 j N. Clieetliam, c Treadweil c Pratt 0 . I F. Jonck". b Pratt 3 | C. Thompson, lbw, b Pratt 8 A Puinplirny. b Prult 0 Su.idtioj . ... ... 2 Total 8fi j Bowling-W. Pratt C fur 18, R. Tread Trell 1 for 33, E. Treadwell 1 for 14, J* Aikman 2 for 19 ;; ? ' Nth Puonrong. G. AUcliin, b II. Downio 1 J. Allolnn, c Willis b Jarnian 21 J. Treudirell, c, b R. Doiynio 7 W. Pratt, b M. Willi. 21 B. Trendnroll, o Downio b Tolley 5 F. AUcliin, c Downio b Willis 0 A. Riley,...
AN HISTORIC CANNON BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
AN II ISTOIilC CANNON I'-ALU The discovery, at a village neat* King's Lynn, ul a cannon hall re puted to be ii relic of the Parlia mentary AVars recalls the fart that, in l,ynn itself (Iktc is still carefully preserved a missile of Jike interest. Almost within Hie shadow of St. Margaret's Church is an old en trance gateway, loading wlm t is known as "Hampton Court," and suspended from the roof of this passage, I>y a piece of hoop iron, is nn ancient cannon ball. The shot itself is said to he I ho identical one fired by Cromwell's soldiers from West Lynn into St. Margaret's Church on Sunday, Sep tember 1 ii 1 .'», during «'i siege which lasted nearly three weeks, when the King's Lynn garrison of about "»/)()() men had to capitulate and pay a fine of over to obviate the distress of being plun dered. The missile referred to was tired during Pivine .service, when, accord ing to an old chronicler, "it did no further harm than to shatter a pil lar into a thousand pieces, and frighton t...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Tho Gippsland and Northern Co~ t-rative Sc/liugr Co., -Ltd,, report under Chile of l9Ui February ; But tor- hero was iv good demand for choicest butter again this vroek. We quote '.-Choicest sold Is, choice lljd to ll-U'd, good to prime 10'Md, seconds lOJ'id. Tho price for separa tors and d liries remains unchanged selling at 9id to lOd, and 7]Ad to 8d respectively. Cheeso-'The demand is good 'for prime new cheese, loaf fetching 6d, mediums 5t'-.£d to Gd, off lots less, semi-matured Gd to GJ.^d, matured 8d to Bid. Eggs-We iiote that the high prico ruling lately has affected sales, but the market remains unchanged. Storekeepers lots selling at lid to Is, private lines la Id, specials up to Is 3d. Bacon-Prime light 6idea lOd to lOkl, medium weights 9J-i>d. heavier lower, middles lOJ-'jd to lid, hams Is to Is Id. Lard- Bulk Gd to Gld, packet 7d. Tuesday, 24th February. Wheat -RA Q. 3s 9Jd, medium and inferior according to quality. Oats-Milling Is lOd to Is 10J-id,...
PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. DOIGNANT POLAR TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914
PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. I'OICNAXT POl.AK TK AG EDY. The tale of llic (Jordon- Bennett. Kxpedii iini of I-ST1» is one of (he most poignant. of 1'olar tragedies. The .Icnnnot t e left .San rVnnei.sco in -July, 1870, and until September 2 .HOW'S was regularly received. Then came silriire. A whole year passed, and stili the relatives of the absent crew watched and waited in vain. It was on September (», 1871), that the doomed vessel was definite ly imprisi ned by the ice. With a stout ship, provisioned and equip ped to pass an Aretic winter, the crew felt lit 11 . . anxiety. Hut when the l«mg i'olar night of three months had passed, the summer ul fSSU ciinir. f.he n n reiei 11 ing floe stitlj held their JiHIe bark in its iey grip. At last hope jold the fluttering Laic of release ; but at the very mo ment when 1 lie ice-field broke lip and gave. I lie prisoners J heir Iong i&lt;hf&lt;i f&lt;.,r lilu-rty. huiff ieel.orffs CtMtHlied (lie list \ in tln'ir iron grip...