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THIS FORMULA REALLY MAKES HAIR GROW. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

THIS FORMULA KEALLY MAKES IIAIR GROW. - Some timo ago I rend in a paper a formula fur a preparation which was claimed h; destroy I}J.j dandrull\'erm and to strongly stimulate iho hair growth, spite of the tact that 1 hail already tried many preparation without benefir, and my hair was thin and filling out fast, I decided t<> jjivo the fotmuia a trial. Accordingly I g«»t my chemist |o put up 0 ounce* of B«y Rum, 1 ounco of Livona do Compuace, and | dram of Menthol Crystals. and applied it rn<jula'ly ereiy morning and uighr, rubbing carefully into the ecilp with the n »uor tip6*. Much to my delight and astonishment the in toleraHo itching eea^t-d with thn first appl.cation, the d mdrutf disappeared, tho falling out of the hair .<uop»ed c inpletoly, jiiid by the time I bud im-d four ImtUea 1 had a fmer, longer, and more luxuriant growth of hair Ulan 1 »;%v« U»d before. I have since ivconuiwnQed this fo inula to m my of :r«y friend* with equal y wonde...

SUNNY ROOMS MAKE SUNNY LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

SUNNY KOOMS MAKE SUJVNi LIVES. Lot us take the airiest, choicest, an<i unciest room in tlio house (or our lif iig room-tho workshop where brail Hid body are built up and renewed Ind there Jet us have a bay window 10 matter how plain in structure, lirounh which tho good twin angels .( nature-sunlight and puro air-can reely enter. This window shall bo tho poem ol lie house. It shall give freeumn and cope for eye and mind. We shall mug no picture on our walls that car. oniparo with the living and everlast ii}; pictures which God shall paint foi is through our ample window. Jtosj lawns, golden sunsets, tho tender creen and changing tints of spring, he glow of summer, tho pomp of au umn, the whito of winter, storm ana bine, glimmer and gloom-nil thest «e can enjoy while v?e sit in our Bhel :ercd room as the changing years roi! m. Dark rooms bring depression ol ipirits, imparting a son6e of confine ment, of isolation, of powerlessncss, vhich is chilling to energy and vigour, tu...

CARE OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

CARE OF HEALTH. Whilo there are sometimes excep tional conditions under which Sc» for the general Rood that nn incll t* idu.nl, hero and there, may sacrifice ;iealth. happinesa, and even lifo it .oif, it- roninins true that tho moral mw of benevolence prescribes quit* a different course for most of us. Whai >vnr weakens our vitality and vigour makes us less useful in our work, and in nil our relations of lifo. If ex« treme indulgence in any natural ap potite does this on ono hand, so doe a itfl unnatural and excessive restraint an the other. If we consider tho np netile of hunger, for instance, we shall ^ee the effect of gluttony on ono hand, iiid of starvation on the other. No louht it is often much more difficult to preserve a due moderation than tc ;o to either extreme. Jt requires deli cate discrimination to discover just what the body needs for its most per fect development, and a firmness of purpose to supply those needs in the. i^ht proportions. Vet this is one of iie most...

TO TEMPT AN INVALID. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

TO TEMi'T AN INVALID. Nover leavo the food by a patient's <ide from meal to meal. Servo everything as daintily as po» -ible. See that all is scrupulously clean. Never give large helpings. Don't ask what he or she wouk ike. hut let the menu be a surprise*. * >ee nil the necessaries for a mo.il :tre at hand. Don't ko<»j) the patient waiting while vou run tor knifo or foi k. Aim at variety, perfection in cook inc. and each thing the host of it* kind. Wvor forget that a tiny vase . i'nu-ois or ferns brightens up Ln« tra.v. j Kxelude al] friends and well-mean ing disturbers during a meal, and directly after. Kemomber the great art of invalid feeding and cooking is to prepare, the fowl in such* a way that the digestion, weakened by illness, ia given the least possible work. For a poultice, add tho white of no pgC to ft mustard nlrtntor to

Aviation in Melbourne. HAWKER IN THE CLOUDS. A PROPHECY ALMOST FULFILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

Aviation in Melbourne. HAWK Mil IK Till'] CLOUDS. A PIIOI'IIKCV ALMOST FUL FILI-KD. II, was Sir K. \V. Cole's enthusi asm and belief in lite ultimate sue- I ress of aerial navigation that in- ? <1 need .Miss Linda Cole to fly with ! .Mr Hawker, I he daring young avi- ! ator, al. Elsternwick recently. Miss ! Cole was perfectly calm and col- j lecled when entering the biplane, i and showed no sitins of "nerviness.' : During the flight around St. Kild i. j tirighlon and Sandringham, and across the waters of Ilohson's llav, ? she conversed freely with Sir. j Hawker, and commented on the panoramic views which unfolded themselves beneath. Miss Cole, having beard that Mr Hawker had some intention of flying on a non stop journey from Sydney to Melbourne-;i distance of 500 ! miles-was most anxious to accom- j panv Jiiin, providing I lie Sopwith biplano would carry Iwo persons in addition |o tlx; lank o[ nelrol wlnV.li would, of coin-so. bo indi-«- I Mi- I linvkiu', Hiiyn, l., ever...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

BAD LE C! 13ENDIG0 LADY'S HIGHLY SATIS FACTORY liXPERIKNCE WITH DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. The splendid blond purifying propor iioa of Dr. Mumo'i Indian Root Pills iiro vouched ft)r by Mib Anno Blown, of R««iii»ld-<a., Quarry llil', lietulig<i. who (Tr,"ir3 trod almost every medicine for the relief of a b.d ley, which do velope.d m tny feores Mining f.om blood mi| uritios. all to no purpose. I found in my visit a ?" doctor* likmrise unavailing and seeing Dr M-irec'a lod an R-mt Pills hi'jlily rtcommended, 1 decicJ.d to try them. After taking « c «e of Indian Rool Pill I f u. d »n eurty rico».-ry to normal K'ato 'f health lmpr. vment commenced f'"iii the ttrst ft w p lis taken. I -\M8 d.-ln>!iud with die beoetii's I «u« receiviiiL', »: continued the medicine, and within 2 months I ivas restored to hoalth. 1 can ceriaitilv rec turnout Dr Morse's Indian Rno: Pills as a blnod purifying modicitio, uut quailed, iu niy cast1, for an absnlu-.e cure. You can use ...

Kooweerup to McDonald's Track Railway. REPORT FROM THE PARLIAMENTARY STANDING COMMITTEE ON RAILWAYS. ABSENCE OF CULTIVATION IN GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

Kooweerup to McDonald's Track Railway. , REPORT FROM THE PARLIA MENTARY STANDING COM MITTEE ON RAILWAYS. ABSENCE OK CULTIVATION IN GIPPSLAND. 10. Whilst travelling along the valley of thcLnng Lang and through I'uo'.vong East, Trida, and Geuch ville the Committee was impressed, not only with the quality of the soil, hut also with the comfortable ap pearance of Host of the residences of the land-holders, the extent of the farm buildings, and the good con dition of the fences-all indicating that these dairymen and sheep farmers were do.ng fairly well and that the land was yiiHing them goed returns. Nevertheless, South Gippsland, as a whole, is remarkably backward as regards the area under cultivate n, considering the fertil'ty of the soil, mildness of the climate, abund.-int r.-iinfiill, :ind the nearness of much of the KOOCI l.incl to oxistniK railway stations. The absence of. cultivation is reflected in the annual return of non-paying railways issued bv the Railways Commissioners. .\...

IF THE COW COULD TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

JK TH13 COW COULD TALK. If .she could talk, here arc some things she would he very ;ti>t to say : I "Oo not forget that I like clover , hay, and if you will give mc plenty j of it, I will increase my flow of milk. "Give me plenty of salt". I like it, ami it is good for my health., keep ing my bowels in first-class condition. I "Please give me a good shelter from the icy winds and storms of 1 sleet and snow. They make me shiver | and i suffer a good (leal while ! con j munc all my food in trying to keep my body warm. "X wif! he glad if I have a nice, clean stall in which to sleep. I enjoy u good bed of dry straw ami will keep comfortable while 1 manufac ture milk for my owner. I will do my best to fill the pails if he houses me thus. "Don't let my coat of hair become dirty and filthy. Jf 1 could, J would curry myself, hut 1 have no Hands in which to hold brush and curry comb. I feci so uncomfortable when I am not clean, and besides, the tilth drops into the bucket when my owner is...

LIVE STOCK in DRY FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

LIVE STOCK in DRY FARMING. ^ To pot at the importance of live stock in dry farming, Prof. Shepperd sent a lint, (if questions to the Direc tors of the Kxperiment.nl Stations in the North 'Western Slnt.es of Amer ica. Amonj: these questions was tin' following : I)o you consider live stock husbandry essential to success ful dry land farming in your State 7 Why ? The directors of the Experiment Stations arc probably in closer touch with the best systems of farm man agement than any other set of incn. Their answers arc as follows : Thatcher, Washington.-Yes-'where rain fall is enough to £row forage. Webster, Kansas.-Absolutely. Harnett, Nebraska. - Hv men of small means designed to build homos; not for traction, and farming work. MrKiJJiran. MnnHnb:..-Vm : tn h<* Mnckny, Rnskntchrwan.-Yea . to bo permanent. Forbes, Ari/.ona.-Yes. Ilohbs, Nevada.--Yes. Humbert, New Mexico.-Yes ; be cause dry land farms produec coarse feeds best, and these can't be ship Kniichtv j ; to supply h...

CHAPTER III. TWO MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

ritvi'TKi: in. TWO Ml']KTIN(.!S. Nell-Broomed, frock-coated with a spris Of violets in i,is button bole. Dick left. his chambers in the Albany about noon, and turned towards Pic cadilly Circus. He did not look like a man win. was on the vciv 0f jV0. inK to the dotfs or the Jews-who had less tli,-Hi live pounds in cash to his name. It was the .lay following the stormy interview at Heron Court, | mid for many hours, over many pipes I he had calmly reviewed the situation, i Now lie had do^'edly braced himself I | for tbe future, "nd to th;,L meant no reconsideration. Jt is usual : ly (he man of brccdim;, the upper ' «... . . J'1 , 411HI iiick Valentine was of t.liut. sort,. He. Knew that the reckless past, was dune an.l over with ; that he must drop out. of club-land, vanish from liis particular circles of Upper liohe mia, as so many had done before liim. In a new country, under a false | name, perhaps, lie must seek and woo ' j the tickle goddess' Fortune. IIow this I . was to be done...

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 13 Stephen, G. V. Winters, ,1. J. Colquhoun, <J. .Morton, W. H Bu'tur EiC 'iry Hayes' Family Hotel Casey, D. R HendorHon, A. R. Pease and Suns . Hamilton, Ltirdrier Road Backhouse, Skii HIT and Hamilton Shi re Hall. Drouin (W. Young, secretary) Fuhrmann, \V C. Communication n following places : - Melbourne la LonRwarry 2d Ga.lield 2d Pnkenlmm -Id ^anevvarren 01 DandeiKini; 81 Traralgcm 8i Yarragou 2d Stratford la 4d ay be had with the Warrasjul Id Biinyip 2d Namar^oim 3d Paki nhtm E -Id 'id 8d 3d 2d Id Bel «icK Oakleiyh Trafalgar Moo Sale .' Tooii<j;abbio 8d Rosedale 1» Beolarra 61 Jindivick 3d MafiYa 1« Neerim East 3d Net-rim J unc.44 Nariacin Cd Bairnsdale 1» 10d Lindonow 1> 4d Nilma 2<1 Crossover 3d Accordions, new stock at P. Fara gher's Drouin, at town prices.'freight paid.

Warragal District Hospital. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

Wan ^ai j istrict Hospital. JIO.\ .ILY MINTING. A meeting of the Warragul Dis trict Hospital Oomtuillee was held :it tinj shire h;i!I mi Friday i;isl. \\ hen there were present, Lev. ?? a 11 ii-r 1 i o < . i i (? (lYesidenli, ami Messrs McNeil, Davine, Mahony, \ oung. Jlorrell, Harvey and (J'Toole. Correspondence. From Si. Patrick's l)uv Sports Committee, asking fur hire ot cut lery. - Granted oil usual lerms. Apo'og.es were received from Messrs Wallace, Anderson, Mcdre _oi' ami Count Von Horn.-Received I'mler-Treasurer. in reference lo hospital by-laws.-Secretary lo write .lames Hennett. Al.!'.. Perth, stal ing his regret al being unahle lo 5.io present at Pleasant Sunday After noon.-lieceived. 11. Mei'/.i a ., wri'i i i in gratitude foe .'(liention received al Hie hos pital.-Received. S. J£. Oration, enclosing l-'l. bal ance proceeds of send-off .-it Mirlmo. 1 with Ihani.s. Ruin lTTdn, enclosing iuc oi jyi 12s lid, being proceeds ot social.-Received with thanks. Mr P. 1...

THE GARDEN. SOME OF OUR ENEMIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

THE GARDEN. I SOMK OF oun 33NKMXKS. (From "The Sydney Daily Tele graph.") It. is always an easy matter to write about our friends. Not. so in re gard to o«r enemies. Wc get no c"»il out of the latter company, ami as a rule arc not too anxious to .say much about them. Tlicy (lo us injury, ami many a time bring on 110 end o[ trouble. Still there are times when even an enemy must intrude. Garden ers cannot afford to pass him by. We must know him intimately, and must, be for ever on his (or herl trail. In most of our life-walks the enemy is held nt arms' length. \Ve unfortunate people are placed in the position or (>eing for ever after subjects that bring us no good. And of late our cneinice Iiave hud ^ pood llinp. They have tnken a full measure, and have been doinp th< thing handsomely. Many of ns have heon warring all wc knew. Someha\c held the pests in check, while others have found themselves with all t.lie ]oskck on their side. These notes huve Wow VUt. to I'.lvtf our...

AN INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

AN JNCHKAS! JiKBon : "Hear you. have an add tion to jrnir family." Million : "Yes, two." "Twins ?" "No-a baby boy and my rrife mother."

BRAVELY FOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

BRAVELY FOUGHT. A cat, which had a numerous lilti" )f kittens, one bright day in sprinir mcouraged her littlo ones to froli »hout tlio stablo door whero she lived While sho was joining them in thei ..ricks and gambols, a largo hawk, wli ffas sailing above the barn-yard, in . .noment darted upon 0110 of tho kil :ens, and would haro as quickly born t olf but for tho courageous inothoi .vho, seeing tho danger of her ofl ;pring, sprang on the common enemj .vlio, to defend itself, let fall the prizf fhu battle presently became severe t ooth parties. Tho hawk, by tho powe 3f its wings, the sharpness of it tnlons, and the strength of his beak :ad for a while the advantage, cruell; acerating tho poor cat, anil actualh depriving her of one eyo in tlio con 3ict. liut puss, not in the leas Jaunted at tho accident, strove wit! ill her cunning and agility for tho kit :ens till she had broken tho wing o! her adversary. In this stato sho got i'im more within the power of hei ;laws, and, availing h...

Some Famous Echoes. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

Some Famous Echoes. ( \ In* nnlfl oi-'tmrr; is (11; 11 h'-atd th" sur.pcnskm brid^r ai'I'i»ss tie* St rah 'l"ur> sound of n bb-w from n hamm<T OH «lit" of i ll«« 5M:i ill 1 iiT:> ' >: 1 h«% s( ruifure is returned in s'ln-o.-sioti from eacli of the <-ross beams that support Mi'- roadway imi from the opposite pier at Un' disUmre of of ft7i'>ft., in addition to whi'-h the sound is many lim^s repea t «.<i be tween the water and Hit: roadway n(. the rate of t\\ eiity «' i y; h I times in live seconds. Outside Shipley Church. in Sussex, is nn echo which repeats twenty Kyllnbles in the 'most rrtuarknble manner. The famous echo at Woods! nolo, . when awakened, answers no fewer 1 than fifty times. 7n the Whispering Gallery of St. Paul's Cathedral the faintest *'>und is faithfully conveyed from one side of the dome of the other, but. cannot be heard at a 113* intermediate point. In (Gloucester Cathedral a gallery of an octagonal form conveys a w...

METAPHORS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

METAPIIORS. The use of metaphors often lends t< tmusinjs HiberniciMns. One has hoard for example, of the gentleman wh< compared his political adversary to i bird of prey which had hnd its teetl pulled. Councillor MeAllen, a member a the West IJnm Town Council, went oni better than this when, seeking to soothe some colleagues whom he fiad affronted he said, "I am sorry to have ruisec guch a flame, but I will pour oil oi it." Animosity was forgotten in laugh ter, and the laughter was renewed whei later the councillor, in a burst of e?> thusiasm, referred to some people bei. " like the camel which, when it didu"' want to neo anything, buried its heat in iho santL" ^ First "man (in club smoking-room): "Do you know that I havo a hen th»f ?ever lays an egg on Sunday?" Second Man: "Now, that's most in teresting. What can bo tho reason foi that?" Third Man: " I havo a theory," etc. 5tc. Fourth Man : " It occurs to mo " )tc., etc. After they had discussed tho niatt&a...

A Strange Pilgrimage. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

A Strange Pilgrimage. Uuo of tho nuis{. interestini; of th«» Tueluuulu (\V. China) I.amaslic (.u pulution 13 a person who r-t--ei\-es the appellation of "Chang-cha This devotee. to I.amaism cis his l-ilm image to I,hasa in r. *->me v i.:.L peculiar manner. 11° lies llat. i*n ii'S body, and while tin:- pros trate-" makes a mnrl; .m the ground with his hand. He then , rises, lakes three steps i<> this 1 T.suv,«?r1.ir^^s,^!..i,te!,t. wwa* three years to do the journey. To accomplish such a feat, great phy sical endurance is necessary. Three reasons arc cfivort for such an ex traordinary pilgrimage. first. (o atone for some great sin commit ted in the past; se.-orally, to ob tain great merit and iMlu.-nce ;i:j n I.ama; and, thirdly, to make thf* obtaining of the Buddhistic heaven, wilh all its joys, an absolute cer tainty. The form in w'hich a proposal nf marriage is made has undergone great. change in (iermany during the past feu* jv.i!-?. At on" time any young man who...

SUBMARINE EXPLORATION. LATEST ADVANCE IN THE DIVER'S ART. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

bJBlVIAKiuE iiXPLO RA TION. I.ATKST ADYANCK t.V THE MVKU'S ART. Only in quite recent times has the diver's art made any real pro gress by the invention oi special divers' suits. affording air-tight protection from the water, and sup plying the man, through a length of hose communicating with the surface, with the air required* for breaihi/>g. The latest. advancc. however, is a s marine sledge, for the descrip *:on of which we are indebted to the Herlin correspondent of the "Scientific American." It has been designed and constructed by the in ventors of a splendid self-contained diving outfit. The sledge is intend ed to he towed by a motor boat, and on which the diver glides com fortably to and fro at the bottom of the .sea, steering his vehicle ver tically as well as laterally. The submarine sledge, which great ly increases the capacities of divers, is inte/jded to convey the ttuin rni>'ully from one [dace to a.niiiiier., e.j;.. in snivelling; tor lost torpe murilie mines, or ...

CHAPTER II. THE MASTER OF HERON COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 February 1914

CIIAI'THK If. THK MASTER OF II10RON COUHT. I Huron Court was not u lnt'ge place, j Hcarcely justifying its pretentious name ; but what it lacked in size it made Hp in picturesque beauty and old-fashioned comfort. It lay deep Mown in the heart of Surrey, a mile or two from the village of Ashdnle. About ten acres were enclosed by a brick wall, stained yellow and brown with ace. capped with n dense crown oT ivy. From Llie carved bronze gates an avenue of elms led to the house, a square mansion of the stylul that pre vailed in the last century. The park, through which a silver stream mean dered, contained n small lake, and plenty of line timber and shrubbery. Since 17,"0 Heron Court had belong ed to the Valentines, a county family of good stock, and here, about the time of the Crimea and the Mutiny, lived Anthony Valentine nnd his wife. Their only child, Ttobert, sadly dis appointed their hopes. Possibly ow ing to indulgence, the lad was wild and uncontrollable. After numerous escapades...

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