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PLAIN APPLE TART. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

PI.A IN* AIT1/E TAUT. Tim*' to bake, one hour ; if i^mall, half an-hour. Required : Ai>1 a teucupful of .stitfar, the peel of half .1 lemon or three or four '/loves. ITalf-a-pound of puff paste. Hub a pie-tUsh with butter, line it with short pie-crust rolh'd thin, pare some cook/ntf apples, rtii thi'in in small pieces, fill tho pie-dish with them, throw over lh<-m a cupful of fine moist su^ar, three or lour cloves, or a little grulcd lemon ped, and add a few spoonfuls of water. Then covcr with puft paste crust, trim oft tho edges with a sharp knife, and cut a small slit at each end, pass a gi^Iiu# iron nrouud the pie half an inch inside the edi*c, and bake in a quick oven.

Bunyip Show. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Bunyip Show. The 15th annual show of the Bun yip A. and *H. Society was held on Wednesday, when tho weather was fine. There was a largo attondanee, and a fine exhibit in tho majority of tho classes. The following is the prize list: CUss 1 - DRAUGHT HORSES. - M BB>fi J. HurroWB GUtl 1). D»vnea. D-might Stallion, m >orted on colonial -T. O'Unimhue 1, Anderson Bios 2, E. II. Mutton 3 Draught M*n», any Atf<\ with n» f.,Of - Mian E. Wallace 1, B McKui zie 2, H. V..1I 3 Draught Dry Mare, nny *t»o-J. S. Siiirtl.uiai ], Rosa Km 2, lieu. Noimmi 3 D'mjijIi' Filly, 3 year* mid under - W, C. Elut» 1, [mi a Brut 2, Geo. Norman 3 Duiuuh' FJl), 2 yeaia and under Anderson Bros 1, Grnav»»a 2 Draught Unit. utdding or li ly, 1 yenf and under - R a* Bros 1, F. McOraw 2, Miaa JC. Wallace 3 Befit Diaught Unit or Fil'y Foil -Miss E. Wallace 1, B, MnKfiZio 2, .M.J. Butlor 3 Draught Guiding, any «uo - No award Pair of Farm Hor*rs -Ross B os 1. Sm-iliurM nnd G eares 2, Geo. N'>rmnn 3 Ligh...

SOME TRIED RECIPES. WINE SAUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

SOME TRIED RECIPES. WINK SAIU'Iv InuiviJi'-nts.-Pno whole rgir, yolks | of r» others, r>i)/.. of trustor ! a i enspoonfut of potato lluur, ~ 1-imnis, i-pint of French white wine. MethodT1\\X thoroughly in^ u uw« while wine. Strain into u snucc pnn nml heat up with & whisk over the (ire (ill I ho mi.\ture begins to thicken. Serve while it is light , nml frothy. I

Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Serious Accident. On Thursday afternoon last a serious accident happened on the farm of Mr J. W. Hardie, on Greenshield's road, Drouin. Threshing operations were in full swing, whilst a strong wind was oioaS't'u'ctYb'engfne'ancfseveral of the employoea had narrow escapes. One of the dry branches flew off and struck Mr Sol. Gardner with gioat force on the head. The falling tree raised such a cloud of dust that the em ployees at first thought the engine had burst, but when the dust cleared away it was seen that a tree had fallen and that Mr Gard ner was lying 011 the ground bleeding profusely from a terrible wound in the head. Willing hands at once rendered assistance whilst messengers wore despatch ed to Warragul and Drouin for assistance. Drs Cowen and Truinpy arrived promptly on the scene, and after attending to the injured man sent him to the Warragul Hospital, where he still lies in a precarious condition.

Ladies' Column. HOW TO MAKE THIS WARM AND USEFUL GARMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Ladies' Column. HOW TO MAKE THIS WARM AND USEFUL. GARMENT. Thero nro scvorol reasons why overy woman should possess n dressing gown ; but perhaps tho most important Is that n garment of this kind Is BO easily tlipped on iiud off, and frequently saves one from catching u bml cold. A busy mother of (i family, for in stance, of ten has mnny calls on her attention before sho has time to complete her dressing in the morn ing, and sho needs a really service able dressing gown, whirl', at the .same time can be very dainty In style. What could be mora dainty tlinn this neglige, and to nmko it 13 not beyond your power. To make the gown -J J yards of material o I. inches wide are requir ed. A good warm fabric for dress ing gowns is ripplo-eloth : but per haps you would Jind this too heavy. In that case nuns-veiling would !>.. charmingly dainty. The variety of trimmings from which one can j choose nowadays makes decision a diilicult. matter; but with the rip ple-doth u coloured embroidery a...

HOW I SAVED MY HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

HOW I SAVED MT HAIR. .'My hair was thin, short, dry and brittle. Every time I embed or brushed it I'irgfl <j<i:inlitfcs came out, and I had bepm-to fear tint swm I should bo entirely balJ. A ?pec!»list whom I consulted taid mine vrm a particularly bud caae uf dsiiirnlY-so bad that be knew of only one tiling which he ei uM hope wou'd overcome the trouble and nature my scant tresses to their former luxuriance and beauty. He told me to get my chemist to pre pare a lotion composed of tbtee ounces of bay rum, one ounce lav-ma do com .posee and quarter dram menlh >1 crystal; and to rub ibis into the scalp twice a day with the finger tips. I vrm ecep tical, hut did as I Kas told. To my | delighted astonishment I *t"<n noticed t/i/it my h ttr Ifxil .ppotl falling out. and in 21 few woek-. my h*ad TTAS covered with a new growth of downy hair. I continued the use of (he lotion until I possessed a head >.f hair, all my own, th.it is the v?..rid«r of all m...

Captain's Ordeal on a Derelict. ALONE AT THE WHEEL FOR FOUR WHOLE DAYS. FIGHT AGAINST SLEEP. LIVED ON NINE BISCUITS AND TWO BOTTLES OF STOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Captain's Ordeal on a Derelict. ALONE AT Till': \YITE15L I'Oll FOUR WHOLE I.iAYS. FIGHT AGAINST SLEEP. LIVED ON NINE UISCUIT3 AND TWO BOTTLES OF STOUT. How Captain Kite spent Jour ter rible dnys nlomi oil a little steam tug, the Nana, in mid-ocean, was loaint on the arrival of the Nana in tow of the (.'crman steamer, hi.Ross, at Falmouth. The vessel and her captain had been given up as lost. When Captain Kite arrived nl Fal mouth he could scarcely stand through lack of sleep and food. In tin interview lie said : ".Since I .started the voyage I have had a great'deal of trouble with m.v crew. Several left mo at .Hover, mid I had to trot frcsli men. Then I put into Falmouth for some time, and eventually wo made a fit art. When wc got off the Lizard wo experienced rnLlicr heavy seao. and the litllo tug laboured a crout would over,- nil with '/ i' (((lYHiifoiXu r;;,r uiKirY/tLu MOI1S that my crew iimat havo got frightened, for in the early hours of !!>onimg I told one of thorn to go a...

Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Church News. r;uh 'lie Church-Sunday, March lc Masses - Warn»i;u! *'.1 am] 11, Vespers 7 30, lv*kob\ N«vr'm South U. Ciu'Hou or Knoi.anw - Sunday, ir,th Msueh, Prouin 11 a.m. snd 7 p.m , Ath lono (Harvest F.sa-ita}) '2.45,' lkv H. tic I'lUron-Hitchcock, V.L). ; Brandy Creek 11.45. Mr Creed, of Northcote. MtnionisT Chcuck - IWiin 11. Lnngwarrj South 3, Lorgvarry 7-30. Rer. K Cri^p ; Drouin 7 30, W.* Pullott : Gar iirld U, Bunyip 3, Bunyip 7 30, Mr (iilsen:m ; Lou^vvarrr South 7.30, Supply ; Nterim South 11 and 7.30, Xeerira East 3, Mr Colling ; Neerim 7 30, Mr Kowe : Crossover S, Mr P«skott. PitrsttYTEnUM Chcuch - Drouin U and 7, Drouin South 3, Supply (roni V el bourne ; N«e im South 11, Kokebjr 2 30, Xccrim 7, Mr HoKiDil*.

SINGING CALMS INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

S1XU1NC CALMS INSANITY. A girl's sweet singing is calming into sanity, in the County 1»iInl at Los Angeles, ('al., the mind of a man demented. Wh'Te drastic medi cal treatment lias hern powerless to eff^'t a. cure, her melodious rendi tion of simple hymns ami pastoral melodhvs is producing striking men tal imj>rov(vinMit. The girl, a young nurse, is no cultured soprano, nor, perhaps, could sin' l«*ll <5 fiom (.' nil a. musicaj stnl't", imif, her songs aiv songs of sympathy, and for iiKirc Ihan it. week' have h'-en the only inlluoncn that has controlled the palie/it. Tho young woman is a recent result at the hospital, and Iho man, 7>ut for a brain jnngled l»y wild delusions, is a fine specimen of the American *ork man. Physicians ami others watch ing the. effect of the girl's voice on the patient declare that she holds out the only hope of hie recovery.

Workshops of the Navy. NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Workshops of the Navy. NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. Tin? director of naval const ruction, who is also deputy-controllcr, pre pares the designs for now ships and passes (ho plans which nfo sent from (he Admiralty to t ho dock yard where the man-of-wnr is to ho built. The work of construction in carried out under tho supervision of the chief constructor of tho yard. The calculations for displacement, which arc necessary to ascertain the draught of the vessel, have already he<»n mad<\ In ord<«r to secure ac curacy in the carrying out of the design and to confirm the dead wi'itfht. for launching purposes, every Ihintf that is }>uiR into \he new ship, such as armour plating, etc., and everything that is taken on board is carefully weighed. The result is thiil the actual displace ment usually approximates very closely to the calculated displace ment. Portsmouth is the mo^t important of the workshops of the nnvy, at ion**. ,tn fur. n.s the J»uiIilinK' of ".Mn-f.....

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Skews, Huater and Co. 5 STOCK F. RM, LAN: & FINANCIAL AGENTS AUCTI ;N SALES AT WART! -G"I.-KV -:i!V THURSDAY, of CfcUlr, Sli rp an . Pig . \\ AKKAG U L.-Ev«i} SKCON I) THURS DAY, ol l-'ui V'&i. (Bc-t liuj r* Attend.) WAKiiAGUU- Qb'Alt i EliLY, Hun Sale, BUN'VIP- AlilvrUi-l", >'f Sheep ii Pig-, > v.i.i K Li Kill .>ATL"iU>Al.At >lr 8i*Ci-j'e Xard». ACCOUN I SALES & . ROCEKDS ON 1>A1 OK SM-li. !!!?-sii iitji \ SI art . ! AGEK1S 10:; TUB -tioi'TIbli, UNION : b KATIU.NaL l'TUt .XSl-'UAM K CO. ; W A « K * G [j!, WKEK M .VlAliKhi. THURSDAY, MARCH 19. AT THK1K YARDS . Ovrn.A- U-.iV TtuoVItiu. Wrdf MUNTttK x CO tfillulleri.il -/oihminir Si"« k. ic.- ' JPor Ovwsrt- { 7 Cow a, fat J 6 do, forward condition j 8 do, stores I 10 do, forward springers j 15 do backward springers , 7 Heifers, springers : 12 do 2 years old ? 15 do Yearlings 8 Steers, 12 months i 10 do poddies I 30 fat sheep j 50 store sheep j STORE PIG DAY. i i: SKEWS MUN'fKll «V CO, j Warrag...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Established 1877-1914-37 fears. PUBLISHED £JVEKY FRIDAY EVENING, Circulates extensively through out the Shire of Buin Buln, alio Farts of the Adjoining Shires. ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUMS OF ADVERTISING. If you have Anything to Dispose of, or wish to make your Business a Success, Advertise in this Popular Journal. MODERATE CHARGES. Accurate & Reliable Reports of all Meetings and Gatherings held throughout the District. News Items Welcomed. Correspondence Invited. LITE R A RY S U PP L EM ENT. Subscribers enrolled at any time. SUBSCRIPTION*--2s 6d per quarter, or 'Of per annum, Posted to Any Address.^ OFFICE; , Opposite Post OMice; Droniu, ]j Headache, indigestions Constipation and Biliousness. Tho immenso numbor of orders for Frootoids, sent by post direct to tlie Pro prietor, in convincing proof tlntt the Public appreciate their splondid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance am' pleatiiint to take; they are immensely more valuable than...

Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V. BUNYIP. Bunyip [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Cricket. WEST G1PPSLAND ASSOCIATION. DHOU1N V. BUN YIP. Uuiiyip Ruscnbri'ck, b Tiitachlur 40 Nnsli, c Mai pur l> Trit.sdilur CI Thomas, b Trittchlur 0 lit'clier, b TritnchU'r 0 lloiualc, b Tiilaclilur J-l Williiny:oii. c J'arry b Tutsclilsr D Wntuia, li Ti iUchler 2 t Bulor. not out 2 Kuudriua 4 Total 101 Howling-Tritncliler 7 for ISO, llarpor 0 fm 21, Parry 0 for 2G, McDonald 0 for 12. Drntiin Horn, b Ilolunto t'.G Tritschlcr, c, b WiiliinRtou 0 Dy.ill, at, b Wiiliiiigton 23 Poitit, b Wiihington 2 Ho'pur, not out 30 McDonald, c llolgato b Wattrrs 1 Tolloy, not out 3 Sundries ... ... 8 Totnl, 5 wiekots for 138 BouwiiiK-Withington 3 for 7i, Nmh 0 f>>r 12, Bucher 0 for 33, llolgato X for 7, Watteri 1 for 6.

THE Gippsland Endependent FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

-THE (ibpshmt) intic|)cubfitl FRIDAY. MARCH 13. 191-4. HELD OVER.-Owing to a number of late advertisements we are com polled to hold over a number of ram Secro ttiFy 0*1 the financial aspect of the Country Roads orkn as they are likely to nffrct the Shire. THK PREMIER. - On Thursday (yesterday) afternoon the members of the Drouin School Committee and other gentlemen took the opportunity of interviewing the Premier, Hon. VV. A. Wat', who (accompanied hy Hon. H. S. W. Lawson. Commissioner of Crown Lands and Survey, and Hon. J. E. Mackoy) was on his way to Neerim. Mr W. Young thanked the Premier for his presence, a-id stated the wishes of the Committee, to have tlio school yard attended to to provide better drainage; to procure the block of ground at the rear of the school so that the playground could be enlarg ed and moro space given for (xperi mental plots; to provide additional class rooms for tho better working ef the school; and to provide a new residence for the. teacher. Mr Watt...

Sad Bathing Fatality. BATHING AFTER A MEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Sad Bathing Fatality. IJ ATM IXC! AFTER "A MEAL. A very sail bathing fatality oc curred at Kerndale on Sunday aft ernoon, Halph Warne, son of Mr and .Mrs \Y. Warne, of Sua View, mot liis deatii while bathing in a dam. Ralph went over to wee his brother-in-law, Mr II. Motton, at Kerudale 011 Sunday morning and slaved to dinner. After dinner lie and his liltle nephews went to bathe in I'ureell's dam. lialpli tied a rope to 0110 of the boys, who swam riuj'n nui|>i» follow ed, but when about l.r> feel from the hank be threw up his hands and without uttering a word sank to the bottom. The lad on the bank threw in the rope, but Ralph took 110 notice of it. The children then ran home, but 011 .Ur Alotton going to the dam, nothing could be seen of the unfortunate young man. Later 011, .Mr li. Morgan, bearing the news, went, to the dam, and div ing to the boltoin, brought up the body. An inquiry was held yesterday by .Mr 1). Alc.Neil, coroner, and a ver dict of accidental drowning was ...

Detachable Heel Plate. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Detachable Heel Plate. , T Although this device mi'ght he thought nt first. KIIUICC to I"; " horseshoe, it is in reulity n d.> tachablc Ueel-plnte for the ordinary walking shoe. The pawls, ]ii\oUHIy attached to the throe uprights, luivu points intended to enguge the soiim of the heel of the shoe, these points being iieid securely in the swim by springs.

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange. Siophun, 1». V. Wiutma, J. J. Colqulioun, C. \Y. Ii. Hu*t«ir K c >>ry 11ea' Family Hotel (J iHoy, D, K A. It. P«1»8M »iid S i»s IJ-tinil'nn, L^nlnnr Road ii*, Ski u»*r and H uuilion Shirt- fTnU Drouin (W. Vouuj;, Bocomry) Full'limit), \V C. C loll Melbourne L«iiuc "rarry Giitield P.'ikunhaui Nrtrrewnrrtin Gd 8d Trarali»ni 81 Y.trrau<)i» 2d Si ra'ford 1* 4d M >rwMl 0 i Thorpdale tid Walhnlia U ik«*l»y Hutu Huln N«erim N^rim Sth Nforitn N. uny bu hud with III * <il icf« : - Is 2d 2d 4d '6 I 2d 2d 4d 4-1 (>d l»pur B irr» Duriium lonu k\\ 2d 2d W rrayul Id Bunyip 21 NaT:>aru"><k,i Pttkt'iih^in K 4d . HvrwicK 4Ul O ikltji^li 8 1 Trafalgar JM Moe 2d .S»I e os a: n Toon«'»bbio 81 Ro&odftlu 1b Hcolmra f>l Jindivicl: .'M MaHVa 1* Neerini East ifd Notriin Junc.4d Ojil ;er 4d Nurrnctn <»/' It liriitii'iJo Jn 10'l Lmdanow 1&41 Nilma 2d Crossover 'Jd

A matter of values. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

iiidiuci ui vaiuoo. A painting by Itembraridt rcccnUy sold for sixty thousand pounds. Living; artists arc not. so royally paid, yet most of Ihcm place a higher ruination on their work tluin was placed by the old farmer who figures in (ho following story. A distinguished etcher, sketching in the neighbourhood, made a st'idy of the former's barn. The farmer happened to appear, and .said lie'd like to hare the sketch. "If It Isn't too dear," lie added cautiously. "Oh," said the etcher, wlio makes over two thousand a year, "1 won't chnrge you anything for th<* skotch, but"-liis eye lighted on tho pig-pen "But I'll tell you what. You can giro me one of those nico little pink sucking pigs there." "Why, man," said tho farmer, with a frovrn, "do you know what those pigs aro worth ? They're worth four shillings apiece."

ALIVE WITH WORMS. COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS PROVED AN EXCELLENT REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

ALIVE WITH WORMS. COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLEI'S PROVHD AN EXCELLENT REMEDY. Mrs M. .( hn-ion, 135 Elizibcth st, Wellington, N,Z., writes :-"Permit mo to'express my grateful appreciation of the value of yniu Coinstoek':! 'Head Sli't' Worm pplleU. My liitle girl, Hgi'd tluee jo»rs, was very bail, -con tinually picking her n ise, an! jumping, about in tier *!ct>p at nights. lill slip was afraid of hfiny left alone ni^ht or day. Sly lui-band, after bringing l:o UP different io-callod remcdins mid 'uortain cures,' nil of no earthly gond, decided to give 0 inistock's 'Dead Shot' Worm IMIets u fair trial. I umiUd when I saw what ha had, as I waa sick .and tired of trying to ewe the po r child. Afler taking the fir*t doso the result w..s marvellous ; she mint, hive been simply alive with w irm-i. I lontinued I he treatment, giving her a pollet in the morning, and a teasp >onful of cantor oil at night, und I am pleased to say that rdie i» th /roughly cured, and has no return of ...

Phases of the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 13 March 1914

Phases ot the Moon. March- Frst quar'e' 5:h, 3.3 p m , fiill mmu I2lh, 2.18 p m ; last, quarter 19ill, 3.39 a in ; now mo-m 27tli, 4.9 a ui. Apiil-First quartor 4tii, 5.4 1 a m ; full inociii 10.li", 11.28 p m ; laat quar ter 17tli, 5 52 [i m ; new moon Doth, 9.21 p in. May -First quarter 3rd, 4.29 p m ; full mo.ui lOtli, 7.30 a m ; l(>at quarter p7tli, 8.12 a in : new nio-.m 25tli, 12 34 p m. June-First quarter 2nd, 12.3 a in . full moon 8'h, 3.18 p m ; last quarter lOtli, 12.20 a in ; new m inn 11th, 1 33 a tn. JuIy--Fir.-<t quarter 1st, 5 24 a in ; full imiiin 7th, 11.59 p in : last quart) r 15th, 5.31 p m ; new in ion 28rd, 12.38 p m ; first quarter SOih, 9.51 a ni. August-Full muon 6th, 10.40 a in; last quarter 14 th, 10.5S a in , new m ion 21st, 10.25 p in : first quart r 28ih, 2.52 p in. Septemb-r-Full moon 5th, 12 2 am; last quarter 13th, 3.48 a in ; new moon 20tli, /.33 a m ; first quuiter 26'th, 10.3 p ni. October-Full moon 4th, 3.58 p m ; last quarter 12th, ...

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