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How Bradlaugh Said Grace [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

How Bradlaugh Said Grace .'\/j in* in^r r« mi j ; «".* of Hi« liit»» Mr. ( harl"i> ! ^ra rl I a"!«u h ha- nr-t I'f-ti i; i v < ? 11 by IV, IV'C'-i-.Mi W.mMI. the naturalist. which sh(,,A .. ihar th<* t^rva t r, ;is perhaps i:^»r so ir:vi ic ions us hi s opponent s a'.Tlaini ftl Mm io he. Uradlu'i^h. says Wcsii'l!, w,iv pi\ i'itthcrV g-i.-M , ami hi* ha</ tio'Aji fo spaak ;if n Niu i -1' 11* ii-vt I lii'M-t inc. ^ 11'Mi w." all a' U;»' tiinn»>r-< aUlf in ihp .^'.niiiL'. hi;, m*»? ii»"*r hai'tHy km'w uhai to ilo uiMi rVLTanf to nsNini; u;-, a- 111 ? ? rh:M, t.. say '"< W*ao\ " "U r. I'.ra '! ia a-jli, ."I li;t -A'!:, :n : in- - i: : i.. t i < > r > at a ^hun'--. a t ?»I a.' «it:, "Ma;. I a*-k a M.-muc \is s\\<-r i:i . !!.' a :'iniM ' i\.* ua-- imaa* <1 ia t ..!\< mm hc<> min^. -a laT-'upon. with Ii;«iai> r [as;f, fwa'f bov.','I, ami ».;, fs <.!nI. ...

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

Skews, Sinter and Co. 9 STOCK FARM, LAND & FINANCIAL AGENTS AUCTION SALKS AT W ARK \Gi;i.-KY KKV l'HUKSDAY, of Callle, Sii aji'i W.UUUOUW-Ever} SHCOND THURS DAY, of i'.it ri~. IiStM 11 n>vr> Ari.) WAK'.l.UI Uii - . }('Ai!' i:i(LV, Hors Sale, BUN'Vll'-MO.NTilliY, "of Cuttle, Sheep A J'jy-i, Kveri dK'.'uN tJ .-vlTUnDAl . «t Mr ! Siac.y's ACCOUNT SALES & i ltOCEKDS OS DAY 01" KU.E. CIcMi iny t mit<t< AGENIS ! 0;: THE SCOl'TIbU, UNTON k > ATiUN.»ii l-'lliii l.N'SCKA.SVE CO. WAliRAfiUl. WKEKLY MAKKliT. THURSDAY. .JAN. 22. AT THK1K VARUS Opposite Railway Trucking Tarda. At 12 o'cloali Sharp SIKH'S,"TiUHttUi X CO will olta til. lullcwinu Stock. &c. For Owi-erf 5 Cows, fat 6 do Forward condition 7 do Stores 6 do Newly calved 12 do Springers 5 Heifers, springers 10 do 2 years old 14 do Yearlings 20 do Poddies 5 .Steers, 2 years old 6 do Yearlings S do PoddieB 90 Fat sheep 50 Store sheep STORE PIG DAY. SKEWS 11UNTEK i CO, Warrngiil. JBISI...

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

Established 1877-1914-37 Years. 1^ U JJ LIS II15 D lUVEHY FRIDAY EvEJN'IISG, Circulates extcuslvely^ -.throug;h out the Shire of Buln l?uln9 autA 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. ? LITERARY SUPPLEMENTS Subscribers enrolled at any time. SUBSCRIPTION-2s 6d per quarter, or per annum, \ Posted to Any Address.^ OFFICE ; Opposite Pest Office, Drouiu. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation and Biliousness. Tho immense number of onion* for Frootoid?, sent by post direct to the Pro prietor, in convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid curinj.'. power over the above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they are iiuin.-nsrly iimiv valuab...

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

Drouin Sports Ciub. The Drouin Sports Club is holding its thin! annua! sports on tin; Rec reation .Reserve 011 Monday, 26th .J,-inuary, and every tiling points to a successful gathering. Kxcellent entries have been re ceived for the principal events, viz: Open Underhand Chop, 16 in log 2(> entries. Open Handicap Standing Block, 14 in. lojz-20 entries. Local Tradesmen's Handicap Underhand Chop, 12 in. log - 10 entries. Drouin Wheel Race, lj miles-26 entries. Open Handicap Biko Race, 1 mile -27 entries. Maiden Plato, 100 yds-17 entries. Sheffield Handicap, 120 yds-25 entries. Hurdle Race, 130 yds-S entries. Quarter Mile Handicap-21 entries. At a meeting ot the eommitteo on Tuesday evening .the following ' < I'iicials were appointed to carry out t'.ie programme on Sports Day Chopping Match-Starter, Mr Alex Hutchison ; Judge, Mr W. Tritsch ler. Hike and Pedestrian, invents Starter, Mr G. Cokiulioun ; Assistant starter, Mr VV. B McDonald ; Jndgos, Messrs F. MeGorlick, E. J....

THE [?]PPSlanb Endependen FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

-THE - :5i;i}iolanb finticpeutien; (, KU 1 DA V. .1ANUAKV 16. 1014. UOKSI-: SAI.K.- ICutries are now bi'i.iK taken hy Geo. \r. Stephen for the horse sale (o bo held at the Drouin yards on Monday, 19th inst. I'liiVATio f IOSIMTAI,.-In this issue Mr.- MacDuiiald announces that she lias opened a private hospital at 'The Bungalow," Drouin, where medical, surgical and michvilery eases will lie received. A trained nurse is in attendance on patients. S'l'ouiis. - - The storekeepers of Drouiu have decided to close their premises 'ill day on Monday, 26th January, (Drouin Sports Day). SALIC.-Messrs II. Pease &. Sons, of |)rouin, commence their sixteenth ha!!' yearly clearing sale of drapery, hoots ami shoes, grocery and furni ture oil Saturday (to-morrow). Bar gains will be available every day un til :Snl February. KViCIiYl.ADY'.S Jol'Ii.N'AL. - With the summei at its height the metro politan newspapers are, as usual, dis cussing very fiercely the question of mixed bathing. Views on b...

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

RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION The following is tho draw of the matches to bo played on the ground of she first-named club : January 17. Nth Poowong v. Lardner Athlone v. Longwarry St 11 January 24. Lardner v. Longwarry Srh Nth Poowong v. Athlone January 31. Athlone v. Lardner Nth Poowong v. Longwarry Sth February 7. Longuarry Sth v. Lardner Athlone v. Nth Poowong Last round same as above but starting on 14th February.

Friendsoip and SO[?]e. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Frlendsoip and SOIKUUU. (BY ELBEHT HUBBARD.)' | Must generally, \vh-?n J" travel, I £n 1 nlonc-thin to inour-j bcluq; In good f own hi-hIm tii<" tour of S i'1111; u i1 '.villi ;i nv.ui v-h" t t*.i ve] i i n .7 for Li:. health. H-* had lung t r< »u ].»!'.* . . or imagined he hod. I had kc-v.n th" nun: in a in.-,unl way fur several years, and wn t >.(; 1 rt*1'i unt. 11:-- of friends. nn j t icipa t ii:g n good We v.orc | £ot. baeL I th'" bdluw thor j ouu'hly, and I hav«« every rmiMUi In | be! that ho fully reciprocated | th" 1 'Tit t. j There v.a:; to .piarrel ubo'H ; it nt Stn : tion, whor-- I bought. third-cltic ! kot - lb,1 sai'l he preferred to rid" 'jr.rsl-rl.iss <>v s«.-;und, at b_s:st- 1 hen* J v.'it-5 such a tiling as false econom\ . I ask»d him why ho lin.fi not said it. l>wnr»: I bought thn tickets. At. Kdinburgh my companion wish ed to uso-nd tho Srott moii'iiui'iit, and buy a plaid ru^ at of tin shops in Princess .Street. I pro pos...

Sport & Pastime. Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAN ASSOCIATION. WARRAGUL v. NARNARGOON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Sport & Pastime. Cr ic k c t. WEST GIPPSLAN ASSOCIATION. WAKUACiUL v. NAKNAUGOON, This match was coinmenccd at Narnargoon on Saturday last, and will be concluded next Saturday. Scores ; Nh« narynon, Don*, c NeiU-ui, h Clarko i?S J, Smith, b iS«*iihon ... 2 Moore, b l>roi.ke% ... 4 <"«. Smith,'c Dunn, b. CUiko 2l> Hood, b Clmk ... .. VI Blayner, c Neilaon, b Clark* 0 * H. Buckhouae, b Dunn ... 1 G. Backh"U»e, c Dunn, b Clnik 0 Paternoetor, b Claiko ... 4 J. Smith, not out ... 7 Sundries ... ... 8 Total ... ... 101 Bowling- (Jlutke 0 for 24, Brookor 1 for H, Dunn 1 for 13, Noilson 1 fi?r HI, Applulon 0 for J 1. Wsrrogul. Nichul, nut out .. 24 Puclu"», c b Mdoio ... 1 Apptutou, nol out ... «. 5 Sundries ... ... 4 Total, 1 wickols for ... 47 Bowling - Monro 1 for 16, Smith 0 for 4, U.ickhniHu 0 for 5, Blaynuy 0 for 18.

A BIRD'S APOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

A BIRD'S APOLOGY. 1 The -.fory rjiiotod a pnrnry journal *>i n i>,irr*»t wiu» through th,% tr*'-1V on*', Mt" (ruth of which it u«<mM |.r Imri! to criMlit, ha»i nut, ih«* in-i 1#* which if refer;; i>Im" hi the I'Ivmth-a *»i" lh^ l.oly v.lm t>-ll tll<' Nl.W\ 1m til" MM I'tM I'M'. It |.« oiim* s<» ( aUv«i 1 i\r «hifin^ ' li.' ''« a-linu of fantih prayers that- the <>f the lifu.s'-l)"]'} was In aial riijueM 1 hn bird's n<»m the roiun. un^ <»i' t h^ m;iMs n>s.* fl'oni hep chair ami s*n/*'<l !'"U> V . 'aLT''. she liMiii'.'i] Mi-' il-.v.'r, 1110 J'irfi, with n fjiinl screech, *\\ <Mai:m'<|p t«» (he a>t»>uishincut of the assvrnMeil family, "S^rry 1 spuku \" Inning a thuii'ior.^torm in Paris, four women took* shelter under an umbrella, which was struck by light ning'. One limn was kiiloU out right, ami three seriously injured.

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

ligOTHEK'S FItlEND Pedic Pomade for the Head, Strikes Infesting Vermin De*<l. One application deBtrojB Ttrmin, kiUt nita hMl« »ore«. .are* r^gworm, and; makes the hair grow thick, strong, and curly. Alio for Vertmm on Pig", Poiltry, x B. Hen«ier«*n. Th« Quality Store, lelll F^, 2*. ». 6d, »»i p.ok ,d with KU Coafc M «.". -T Jr jfcnBs K T ing rd FEBRUARY, Remarkable Bargains await you at this Great Half.Yearly Clearing Sale. Being the first in our new premises we intend making the Prices that right that it will be to your own interest to be present at such a Price-reduc As we still have big Stocks to clear they must go before Stock-taking. Don't MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY, ing time. CO CO = * - s-J |^ .s £ ~ r- 1 ^ K flj G-X! - C bP -» s 2 .- = a « e _ . ." S3 J« r" a) rt -c « - > * ® O -5 ^ s O ?J o ~ SJ ^ - r" Tj = ~o ti -S *« 30 -c > r* <u > ^ £ > " c 3 rr"\ -2 ^ £ .s This Sal© for A lb solvit© Bargains. >3 - CU "3 .X <*> X .£ °"=*$ g ...

THE T[?]UMPH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

3;HE TRIUMPH OF CHRIST. By PASTOU RUSSELL. Text: "When lie ascended up oa high, He led a multitude of captives."- (Ep he^ians iv., S). " TUifi grand cx f)re$£ion iv.-;pLvtihg the sloriouw «»u[rotno of tJit? Saviour*.-? work in qnotf! )>v rlu ;Aposi!c Paul f to tn I'.-.jiu Iwiii., IX. Tito tuMe Itttis UiouniiT l.u'foiv on I m.-:stal ,.;0 is tliai 01 it I'.'.n quernr n li.w-c v^i -:y is bt'irii; l:iial<I.'d. We know jt was a cii>to:n ?with tht; Uoinan.s tiiat generate returning from war wrrv gmut« [lfASTM. msstuil «ed wlnt were tended "Ti inmph*"-that is to (.ay, triumphal pnu-esMons, that the people might have tangible evidence ol their victories. Thus, for Ut.-tam-e. Titus, ictuming from the war upon the Jews. in A.!). 70, brought with him certain notable ttcnionji. And tin* (Jo'den (.andie.-tick fiotn tne iVm pie, and these wen- "displaved to the eves of the people following the 'conqueror. They were subsequently nulptured "it the Arcii of Titus. still statuling in...

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

I1I..MK (;.M' I . I I < [ > [ N .. I ll». 'J .'ulis, } pint tnilk, o to 1 o/s. rurrants, /» pinch of Nil It . Alt-i lni'I.-- Sift thr il»»ur iui'" a h.isin, add I h" s;i 11 . t mm I up t hi r <«iri:s, n ii* I stir irraduail.v into t he ll«>ur, adding Hi" milk !»y d*urr»\s and work m1i> a bailer. HutUn* I lar^e or - small pudding basins. Sprinkle jm {.hi- currants. and pour in tin* p:vp<i red batter. <'ci\»Tlhr basins with l>w t t«»r».*<! paper, and steam fur one hour. After his wife dreamed that tiva sun* would he found near FerrHra's Hush, South Africa, Andrew \ an der Merwe, a destitute lilm-mhof' carpenter, searched thes"pot indieat cd by her, and discovered a twenty 'five carat diamond valued at £<»U0.

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

| K'Tl.r.S TAKT. i | | .in" ;i 1 in plat .*am| | wifh t in w it ii h shorl or pull pas jlry. Spri'.Ki this thickly with tin | currant inisiurr, cmrr wit it pas try, trim lit*' cilU'- 1111 ? 11 I v , an<l l.al-r in a hot nv i'u n Im>ut 11iit\i>t **s. 'I'd pit-pan.' th«* ui i \ I 1 irv allow t-> fiM-h ; Ii'. currants - si11ii 11 t«M j spoonfuls s'ltfar. Wash (IK- curr-inls | t hi'ii place t h'Mn. still w >'i . into a j l.asiu, ;nM lit'- sui^ar, thouth'1 livu |- |,. i w;»rim.Ml i, mix \wll, nn<l wm).

AN OPEN AIR BED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

AN OPEN AIR BED. -inc outdoors is u/i" mi Hi** I'i\'»iri'-s mi' camp !if«' that is )... coming j»Mj»ulnr tiv.»'U*Ts mi tin* rit\ . iri-r.-tniuiv, un1\ Ili^y nliii )>;i<] ;uii!'I" house room i'mi- a j'MlVh i '< i i ] 1< i rjijny lli- f i*» . ^ 11 ;i:r ;hm 1 -mmm-! r.-M thai. -n.-, uith an ? Itftir->miu, hut ni- Ulri ca I] i n \ fii! < -r it.is til'' pr"h ].--in I'm* tin- ni ili.i-.' u i 1.11 limit.-.1 s|.a<v ; ,t part m-nt ll.<\ttl tin-.v i.-iij.iy a liiirht in tli.- Mji.'tt wiUiM'it ]-.\\ i: 1LT ih«- ;l.\t. 'Hi.. I..-.] is lnjiU 1111 m i j a Ii [>'M i iy thai s Miily a r<ti.i;>)<. <»;' I.?»*: lw VMinl t iu- . i! I mi' tli*1 in.iij-*-1-." It is piMt'Ti ril l»y a railing ami an in ['nun'MTi."'ii, i:> il.iy tin- {..>({ i-1 CHV(>P."I l*;.' -1 'hum- mi" l: a'l a 1 that pfMlfiTs ir iri'iti J Ik* U",wh'';,1 ami jil ni^iit. wh'-n tho «.'nii<*h i>; in ws&a...

What Would Happen if the Earth Turned Faster. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

What Would Happen if the Earth Turned Faster. U hnr. h^n <a).;ulnt?d fhnt if fho u'oro to roi;jfo citrlitc-.M] t invj nii fn-r as it doo.'; now a man nl tln* ^j'ln'or w«>uH \vi<_;h n<-thin:; ;i Jirj that if lm jumped in th-- m i r ) 1 PMMJiill tll-Tc. Th>' |i:nll U"ij;hui.L: nothing at t h<« | u n t - m* v.u'ilil pounds jit th«> poh-y, and varying' un^hts 1 >ft w"')i 11 if * poll's nnd the i-'piator. Th«T»« ai" no pi a not s that turn «. i u H t n tinu'n as fast, as tho ^arth, hut., thnv an* :«onw wlwro tho forec of gravity »MUircly different tn what it. is here. On tho ni"on (hc.avcrn^o man would woii^H n>» more than fn'ty pounds, it hn.s ho<m ostimated, and could jump as many loot-that. is. fifty ti'''t-without trouble. This, howover, would happun on any part of t ho moon, not hooaust: of ttic ooiitriftu;ul foive, as would ho the cusc ii u'c wi'i'o .spinning about «M>fhtoru tim«-s Castor, hut duo to a lurk ot...

Ladies'Column. A NOVEL OVERDOOR DECORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Ladies'Column. A NOVI-;!, liVFJUH.n'H; r>F(v>HA TION. &ugcP5th*nr< for prnrhc*!, jn^xp^n j-lvp, nnd pretty d»'cor»ttons forth* h^m^ [)f" always wdcnmr, rind in our skoldt may .in c.vtr«*nif 1\ flr-i-MiM t inn, }i i«*li c.m 1>*<\ arrntu'cd in a few nw»ni»«nt:< nhovn a door, n n< I at tin- cost (.f a frw H. i.S (' MI 11 j II >>?'(] Ml .!!-.... p.l|M'| fair-, and fan-; of 1-clli hind-;, the' flat fun and tho fan nuo!*< to fold! up. may he piirclia*,»-«l in many «-) 11'*p5-! fur a ponny or I ^**»jMost} nf them ;i r-! > t* t i<*u I a i*I>* pretty and: ornamental in design. and in inp; th<» fan.s for thin decoration t hey should !." can-fully cho'-en to harmoniM* will) the colour of ihe wall-pap'-r on which ihyv nre to find a place. A lartr»» "f«dd-up" f,m is placed ovor the centre <d tin- d<H>rwuy ami ' secured hi position wiUi one or' I"" tiny locks. Itmiml ...

PTOLEMAIC POTTERY IN MAZE. OF LOST PASSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

PTOLEMAIC POT'JT.KY IN M \/.I". OF LOST J'ASSAill'S. Workmen a well in ih«' martinis m' Kas-i'l.Tin rala<'<\ tin1 jiuiirnilio'nl summer n'snh'iHT of I In: Kh».*div»\ have di.s<-o\..nM ulial ap pi-ars 1 *» -a oi anoiont Koinan sul>U»n\i n«\m pas s.i^ss. A quantity of wry in* «m-"«s1 in?' PloU'inah- Mini anih'ttt IJomau pot tery, surf) as nil lamps, plains, ami olhir household uWumIs. ha1- hr»Mt brought 1*' licht, also jars in which hours of \ omit; children art' pho'cl Inscriptions on tablet1:, coins, me dallions, and statues have also been found. So pnmll was a model "I the lin''C Medina, shown at tin* "Model I;>nmi ihmt" Kxhibition nl tin? Itoyal Hot* t icult ural-hall, J ^mclon, that human hnir hud employ cd for some of th" ropos to keep them lo a proportionate! ar/v. I A Xeiv Xeahwid fHrmer has secured three tons of honey from thirly : five; colonics o! hybrid boos. Of blind people eleven ure men to every nine women. 1911.

Warragul Shire Council,. Treasurer's Report. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Warragul Shire Council, . Treasurer's Report. The Treasurer (Air A. I.eilbl re ported 111; 11 since lust meet in " the sum (if 1,1 lo Is 1,1 I n re A'ivcd Iroin all sources. Xn. 1 (m> neraO ;i(? i. oij111 was now in debit l.-'u'j:'. !s U)d :iml ,\n. 2 (iiovem nienl !>r;mlj accounl in debit 1,7 Tenders. .Molallini;, Dollarbuni lUiad. Fresh tenders. Clearini;. Turner's luiad. - 1) lir '.vi, 1,1.'! 17s. < o,.s r ictin^ roadway, mill; fac tory, Hazel.loan lload.'-Fresh len ders. Thistle Inspector's Report. As 111 i s 11 < ? inspector I am still serviui; notices, anil I am uellim; all blackberries for which | am rr_ sjn111siI>!i? In ymi nit. Mi,s| hi Hi, brambles, cli',, am hein^ cut, ami now tlial must nf tlie harvest * is about ill I expect. the farmers In pay attention In those at jue.se/il not cul, as I am alioul In slarl my second inspection. Iteceived. I have nnli/ied all absentees, wilh (he e.vcepliou of II. Itedmnnd's af A'llma. tn Ihis case I have ...

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

I,I NCH I'M ! Ul.. /] o' I r, i'.i.-S, ili'il'l'iir.' "'l' .1 I !! i i \ I ill'.' ill ! ;i I"| I. lirinpilii:.. .uiii l"ll - i trri, I'. II.-::. S'I^'...|'. ; ]'... run'.lilts, j i! .'Iinilii'il !, 1 I'-i:. i I'iiH i } 1 'M '."'ti f ii 1 i':I rlii <11 ;i t .. i ll:i \ MiiriiiH. i \l.-t h.ilri|'|>ini; inl.. I"" | iKi-ir, ail'l .'-ui'iir, cumin's ami i, I llissilh .' til" SMllli ill tllf. IlliK IM'III' ! mil!. will iloi, inli! to iln- 11 * ?; 111 ? 11 i I'ut;'. a nil niaki- till' i-al.i- 111 i s t *.i | Iiliuti-rat fly suit. Hal;.' in oil" tin ; 1 ; hums, 111' tun tin.'i about I hour.

District News. CROSS OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

District News. C ROSS 0 V E R. A \'ORY t <»v«»n WUH f SDtfnt in r.ho Sfnto ScJido/ on / Thursday ovyninff, i>ec. itfth., when a farewell social was given to Mrs Bloye, the loci>l post mistress, who has loft the dis trict to ko and livo in Carlton. Mrs Bloye and family liavo resided in this district for four years and during that time have made many friends, who were all sorry to part with them. Mr Stainsby, on behalf of friends, presented Mrs Bloyo with a silver ten-pot, and wished her and her family every success and happinesf in their nosv homo. Mr Fred Bloyo responded on be half of his mother and thanked the friends for their kindness and good wishes, saying they would all lock back with pleasure to the days they had spent in Cross over. Games, etc., were indulged in till a late hour. Refreshments were provided by the ladies. The Post Office is now trans ferred to the residence of Mrs Fletcher.

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