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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

Established 1877-1914-37 "Sears. PUBLISHED £3YEHY FRIDAY EVENING, Circulates extensively through out the Shire of Buln Bulu, ana Parts or tne Shires. ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUMS OF ADVERTISING. If you have Anything' to Dispose of, or wish to make jour Business a Success, Advertise in this Popular Journal. MODERATE CHARGES, Accurate & Reliable Reports of all Meetings and Gatherings held throughout the District. Sews Items Welcomed. Correspondence Invited. LITERARY SUPPLEMENT. Subscribers enrolled at any time. ISCJBJSCfciLF'.fION-6d per quarter or *()?. per_.an»uiw, Postea to Any Address. OFFICE: Opposite t\ »st Ottice, D ouiu. -Headnche. Indtrefltfon, Constipation and Biliousness. The immenio number of order* for Frootoidu, eont by post direct to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that thr, Public appreciate tboir splendid curing power over the above-named complaints. Frootoida are olegant in appearance and pleasant to take; thoy are imnu'nmdy more valuable than an ordinary ape...

District News. ATHLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

District News. [From Our Own Correspondents.] A. T II LONE. The State school was crowded on Sunday afternoon last on the occasion of the Church of Eng land Haivost Thanksgiving ser vice conducted by the Rev. H. de Putron-HUchcock, V.D., who gave an appropriate sermon, bar>ed on Psi'lm CXLVII., 1, "A joyful and pleasant tlunR it is 'o be thank ful." Hj mns and psalms suitable to the occasion were rendero"-1, Mr Metzger officiating at the or«ari. There was a nice display of fruits, vegetables and other products,*and the building was prettily decorated.

[?] Bippsland Endependent. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

(Hippslant £ n it epenti en. FRIDAY. M ARCH 20. 19U. GUESSING COMPETITION.-The gut^sing competition (weight of i fat bullock) at the Buiivip Show Inst week resulted as 'follows: luf, W. Macatee, Brunswick (59Gilbs); 2nd, I. Vickery, North cote (602lbs); 3rf*, 8. Esler, Model la (593£lbs). The exact weight was 598Jibs. CRUSHER-On Monday last the first tost of the crusher given by tho firm supplying the plant to the Buln Buln SJrro Council, took place at the local quarry, i The test was very satisfactory, 73}-$ yards being crushed in eight hours. DEATH.-After an illnesB ex tending over the greater part of two years, Sidney Smythe passed away at the residence of hia par ents on Monday night, at the age of l$y$ years. The remains were interred in the Drouin cemetery I on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. H. do Putron-Fiitchcojk reading the service at the grave, and Mr P. Faragher having charge of the mortuary arrangements. SHOOTING.-At tho conclusion of the business of tho local Tont. I.O.R...

[?]MS FOR [?]ED WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

.tJLiMS WOMKN Bj Aiui. 0 Keii. Never toll "your husband that jrow tire him this or thai for dinner, and lot what ho asks for, becauso you know a hat is boat for him. A man will wil ingly yield to the woman ho loves, h« tfill make any ,uc.ihec shu may r^-quiro, lut ho will yo.mn.iiy draw the lino »» !ioing told wimi - rtoou tor him. The whole being of a man craves lot ? iberty. It £o is m>< ill real possession* >f it, give him sometimes a c.iauce ol' Untying he is. lie will he grateful re you for tiiis dulicate act of eonsidea iion, and boast that ho is one of lh« lucky married men absolute.'/ frc> t« io as they choose. He will sinff yom< iraises and make vour reputation. Let your htiM-arid {fitter about hi» louse to ? his hearts content. 1 know uen who dale uc'. cli&iiKu the place o}: i pioture in tiw-ir own house, for feai . >f being inhered at by their wires. When lota of people reuuire your at tention is your fiouso. and you hare t« . rep...

A CURTAIN, WRINKLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

A CURTAIN. WRINKLE. I It iii not generally known that it fi i ' possible to darn Ince curtains most j successfully and at a minimum ' ol I ;imo and labour upon tho machinn. ? Loosen the tension of tlio machin* ! ind place tho curtain in position, with ; » bit of fine plain net for tho founda ! iion. Leave the pressor foot up, guid | .ng the work hack and forth with botlr j Siands. When tho darn is neatly filled ; I rid the edees on unlit, turn and sen icross. If carefully done the net cap ! So closely imitnt<x]_ by this method. I «nd many a curtain that has been !nid aside as tou worn for furthej iso restored to hnnourahle pervioo. The known enro for Toum b El

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KWOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KMOWW. Concerning Bome parts of the district news coiiicm but seidom. This is-n»t the fault i.[ the Editor, fur ho has tv> miraculous puwer of knoning what i> happening in nil the places in the areu of circulatinn. It is the fault of resid ents in the silent places. Will some man or vr man take the matter on Imncl and cuusc the silence to cea»e ? If no line else is doing it for your district, nill YOU try mi these lines ? Send accounts of public nnd social events in yyur township or neiuli!) 'f hj.d, £iich ii.-j weddings, deaths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. Do not D.ither ahoiit grammar or spelling , it is the Editoi's work t:> look after these trifles. The barest skeleton i? en-ugh. Write h i one side of the pnpi-r only. Give information, but let criticism uluiii1, Write Tour name in porno c-rncr not for priuting, but to prnrr go»d fnith.

AS HE GOT IT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

AS 1110 (KIT J']'. A new ly-married-lady wax boiiitf in ter viewei I 1 iv the reporter of I In' lo rn I paper iusl after t lie ceremony. "Ami after the licmi'v11)<>dii where do you "i111tr11<I to settle down," was his liaal <|iiestion. "At the old . manse," Said this bride as she hurried away. The reporter thought, il. sounded a hit familial', but he decided to use it. so when it appeared ill print the report Implied up "Alter the honeymoon the huppy couple intend to live at the old mail's."

Market Reports. DROUIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

Market Reports. DROUiN MARKET. V. Stephen report! I hold my UHJHI ninthly nvirktft «t Droutu y ird« >>n Tuesday. Titer* ithh »nly H am<ill yard itig of piand stare citfJo ; uo d&:ry covvs y.ifd,«d ; olm a lar^e number of poultry. Prices mutin unchanged foi all description* of stock. Good dairy cowr are iu good demand, I ra.do u cample e clearance of all s'oclc y«*rd»d. I'liccs follows Pigs -Suokor* 12* 91 (vwry «rai'I). 14t, 14* 6d, 17s to I84. N»i mores or £*t pigs y»rd»»d Catile-Skora co*ffi Old to 70a ; * litn». of 18 months old huif**'ti in«de 42i 61 ; siiull pnddies Kta ; lit- lu jon»*jr poddy bulls 4a 0d. A large number of poultry ao'd ut market r»*tes. Potatoes ai 4s 6i a bit; During the went I sold 12 fit babocks nil nccouot of .Mr G. Notmnu a^ a hijjh figure, also on account of Mr WochIII, liua of poddies and heifers. Ou Wudu«a duy I he'd a vary Aiicoeasful cltMriuv' Bile 00 uccouut of Mr Dick, who has le<a<»d his farm. There w...

SHEEP CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

SHEEP CENSUS. Austria ... 2,12S,.')S0 Hungary 7,526,783 Bosiim-Hcr/.c^ovina ... 2,198,85 1 Belgium 2:t.r>,722 Bulgaria 8,1:10,997 Denmark, Iceland, etc. 1,Hit',11)7 Finland ... 901,117 Franco ... .17,110,700 Germany 7.70.S.7IO Greece 4,51)8,15S Italy ... 11,102,708 .Montenegro -10<>,0U0 .Netherlands S89,9.'}t> Norway ... ... 1,M(.K1,-MS Fort ugal ... Ji,072,95)8 Rotimauia ,0r>.*>,-1 1 I Hu.ssia in Kuropo 4<5,980,000 .Saxony 08,185 Servin :),ltiO,lGG Spain 3 T>, 1J 7,10.j Sweden 1,010,21.7 Switzerland ..: 159,727 Ttirkex 0,912,5(58 l.'nited Kingdom ill,(.'82,*101 All oilier liurope ... " ... 20,120 Total Kurojie r.. ...179,510,-l.'37 New Hot]Lli Wales -If.,0.",2,022 Victoria l:i,8.->7,80 t Queensland 20,:S87,8.'!3 «« 0,2(17,177 Tasmania 3,78.8,:! 10 Total Australia 92,712,Otil Am-kkiml J r»57 Nnpior (Oisborne) 5,595,0 LO Wcllingloii (West Const) .. C>,7()2t9li\ Marlborough (Nelson) ... 3,307,0153 Canterbury (Kaikoura ... 5,lti8(*iff2 Otng...

WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

WJUUiAQUL MARKET. SkeffB, Hunter and U»». ropnrk having livid thnir usual werkly suits at thnir I W«rr*«ul yardn oil Thurnd-y, 12th M»»r. ' rriiun »l>cro whi h" splendid y*rd:ni( all round and all clftssuo of stuck sold up 10 . lata ratej. li.»coii pigs still being in ] strong demand, and 177 wero yarded. | Thyy quote : - , Pigs-Suckorn 13e Gd, 14< Gd to 15a 0 I; 1 slip*, 1(h Gd, 18s to 19a ; stores, 22« 0 1, 25a to 30n ; b-.cou atoros, 40a to 47* Gd ; poik\ir«, -10% 45s t<> 60* ; btcoujrs, 57s, G5a, 70s, 80s t<» 8Ga, She-'p-Croaiurod »«r*a 13s Gd ; atoro lambs lit. Cut le - N"o fa's w-ro sold all tlio butchers having i full supp'y. Forward coira £4 to £5 ; to e ditto, beat, £3 10s to £4 ; others £'2 13i Gil to £3 os ; aged lower ; built £3 10», £5 to £5 7* ?>i; milkers and Aprin^erf*. bet., £7, £8 t i £10 ; second ditto, £6 to t'G 10« ; others f.t.ru £5, ugi'd lower ; springing huifurs, beat, £5 to £7 ; others from £5 to £5 10a ; ditto, 2 y...

CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

CLEARING SALE. Pearson, liowo. Smith and Co. re port having conducted a clearing sale on account of Count E. Killisch \ron Morn, at "Belmont," between Warragul and Buln IBuln, on Friday last, tho 13th inst. on account of the fitriuiim portion ot the estate being sold. Tllce was a large attendance of buyer3 including many from dis tant parts of the State, also one Western Australian buyer. Compe tition was brisk and well maintained from first to las', and very satis factory values obtained, the following being some of tho piincipal prices : 294 crossbred ewes, 6 tooth, fair frames, in good condition, Shropshire rams joined in January, 18a 6d ; 35 \ crossbred and comeback ewes (fat) 15s 4d ; 12 Southdown ewes 28s ; Shropshire rams £2 Is ; draught mares with foals at foals at foot from £27 15s to £44 ; 2 year old fillies, medium draughts, £14 to £16 5s ; heifers, woll bred, 2J.$ years old, ,£4 I4s. All tho implements, harness, and a lorgo quantity ot sundries sold at good prices.

TARAGO ASSOCIATION. BRANDY CREEK V. BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

TAR AGO ASSOCIATION. BKANDY CHKKK. V. UULN BULN. | On Saturday, 7th inst, Buln Buln played Brandy Crock at Brandy Crook, and the match remains un finished. Buln Buln batted first and put up a total of 174. The veteran Bill Gunstone (who scored a merry thirty), with t\ Hawkins put on G4 for the sixth wickot, the latter played well for 60 Will Handloy ('26) and Jack Sheales (12 not out) also played well. Brandy Crook followod with 5 wickota down for 86 ; Clcn Hill (31), Duffy (16), N. Hall (17 not out) were chief scorers. Scores: Buln Bulu L. Murrnv, run out 6 W. Hutidiuy, l> Hill 3 1>. H*wkin», I. Rmkin 60 E Hawkins, b Dully 0 W. PdlkiiiKlniin, o. b Phillipi 1) S. Hnsiiiigs, b Phillips 0 W. Gunitune, b Pliillipi 30 D. Clirialie, c mid l> Lamport 2 Will Hundley. c Bojrce b Dully 20 i\' £>iirdT+Bt not out ' 13 ' Bj-e. ... ... .10 Total 174 BorJini?- Duffy 2 for 27, Hill 1 fur 45, Phillips 3 for 12. Rankin 2 for 14, Robin son 0 fnr 11, A. Lamport 1 for 35, R. Lamport 0 for 1...

No Crowding. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

No Crowding. ». A < rn\Hling Mvwjnnn h;nl n par rot, u hich «';is .-irnist I <» imi tate his voin« nhi 1 words uhen he was ;idfln>.«sing list* erowd about his (onf, and always rivaled murh jimOM'jnfnL by ijojng so. In the course t>i man's wanderings thny came to a farming region, ami hr«r»» one day Ihr parrot escaped ami look to the fields. Tin: Miovv nian organised a posse of men ami hoys, ami went in pursuit of (lie fugit iv<». After n good «J»m! of vain search, they heard a great clamour i» « fall tree hji {he edge of a wood. Creep ing up to the placc, they found thai, the poor parrot, was up in the (ree, ^fripp^l of rn«<*f hir. fea thers, and surrounded by a tlock of h<.T«?hming rooUs, who worn picking at him mercilessly. In t.he midst of it. all ,lho parrot wns calling out, at the lop of his voire : "Cine nt a time, gentlemen ! H'Mi'l rru.sb so, ploasc ! Tnkc your time ! There's plenty of room! Tuko your (inn;

RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION LONG WARRY STH V. NTH POOWONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

RIVERSIDE ASSOCIATION LONUWARKY STH V. NTH POO WONG. Lonp;\varry Stli, with 8 men, journeyed to Poowoug North and had to acknowledge defeat, in the match, but not round the luncheon table. Scores : LoiiRirarry South W. Novate ... ... 27 H. Jxrnun .. ... 9 R. Downio ... ... 0 G. Downie ... ... JO M. Willi. ... ... 2 N. Cheatham ... ... 1 A. Tulley ... ... . 0 C. Thompson, not nut ... 1 Sundriei ... ... 3 Total 53 Bowling-W. Pratt 4 fur 28, J. Aik^ man 3 for 22. North Ponwnntr K. Tri'adivell ... ... X F. AKci.iri ... ... 1 J. Allchin, not out ... S3 A. Riluy ... ... I W. Pratt ... ... o G. Allchin ... ... 10 J. Ti end well ... ... 0 C. Gillan ... ... 7 R. Ti»*udwell ... ... 3 J. Aikmnn ... ... 32 J. Kelly ... ... 4 Sundiiea ... 4 Total ... ... 108 Bowling - M. Willii C for 38, II. Jur m-iti 3 for 32. N. Checihara 1 for 7, G. Downiu 0 f"r 12, R. Djirnio 0 for 15. The following ia a completo list of all the inutcliL-a for lho rust of the seaion. Matches to be played on the ground of Gra...

"Man Engine" Used in Cornish Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

"Man Engine" Used in Cornish Mine. Ill one of tin; mines of Cornwall, KnglnmJ, a curious device, known as a "man engine," is in use for convoying the miners to and from the deep workings. Near the mouth of the shaft, is a large walk ing-beam engine. To the rim of the flywheel of this engine (says ".Popular Mechanics") a driving rod is attached, and by means of a pivoted connection, the motion of the wheel is transmitted to a ver tical lifting rod in the mine shaft, as shown in the illustration. The lifting rod has a vertical move ment of J-ft. At. intervals <« 111ft. platforms are supported both on the lifting rod and on the side of th*» shaft, and the sets of plat forms are so arranged as to be at the same level at the high and low posit ion of the rod. In descending, the miner steps 011 U10 moving platform when it is at I lie end of the np-stroke, and is carried down ,1-it. 1 It* then steps oil end waits for the next up-stroke, when he is carried down another 'I-ft. Thi...

Jumble Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

Jumble Fair. The Jumble Fair and Indoor Sports, which took place in the Mechanics' Hull on Saturday last, were a y:reat success, the takings amounting to over £13, which ex ceeded the expectations of the most sanguine workers. The fair will result in a profit of £11, and it ts to bo utilised in the installa tion of the electric light and im provements to the interior of Christ Church. A. Jumble stall and C.ike stall were arranged at one end of the hall, and the ladies in attendance at the stalls and in thp Rtfresh ; ment room were Mesdames Boon (2), O'Malley, Morton. Cowen, C. Mason. Elliott, Heather, Misses V,;ughan, Lauer, ^Crichton and Brown. Messrs Elliott, Boon (2), Mason, Murton, G. V. Stephen, and the Rov. H. de Putron-Hitch cock attended to the sports and other competitions, which result ed as follows: rallies' Nu'U Driving (.'ompetil'on-Miss Tot Morrison 1, Mi*s K I.nvm 2 Boys' Sack . ace-I Fowler I, J. Noali 2 ToWto Km-*-W \V*gsl*tT I, A. A\nwtU2 Kggan«l Spoon KACC (Hoya)-...

THE FARM. AVAILABILITY OF FERTILISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

THE FARM. A AVAILABILITY OF FERTILISERS. The value of a fertiliser for crops (loos not depend on its total per centage of ammonia, phosphate of lime and potash, but upon the per centage of those constituents that the growing crop coil utilise. This is the point that a farmer has to look at. when consideriivg the efli racy of an artificial manure. Thore are a good many substances that contain a high percentage of one or the other fertilising constituents hut the constituents are in such an inert form that they afford little or no nourishment to the crop. Thov "analyse well," but .-ire bod fertilisers. A glaring inslanco of this class of substance (the "Mark I.line Express" points out) is ground leather. It contains n. very large percentnge of nuimonia, but decom poses so slowly that it has no right, to the title "fertiliser." The plant asks for food and is given not ex actly a stone, but something near ly as hard. With the present sys tem of intensive cultivation, in which largo quan...

Road at East Poowong. LANDOWNERS & COUNCIL DISAGREE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

Road at East Poo wong. LANDOWNERS & COUNCIL DISAGREE. Some time ago representatives of the Buln Buln ' Stiire Council asked the Ministei for Public Works (Mr Hagolthorn) to con firm an order to enable the coun cil to take land compulsurily on two allotments at Poowong for the purpose of opening up a new road that would be clearof a steep gradient in the Mountain View district. A number nf landowners whose properties will be affocted by the proposed deviation objected to the opening of the new road. In their opinion the construction of a road in the valley would be of more use. The landowners waited upon the Minister for Public Works (Mr Hagelthorn) on Wednesday to state their objections. The council was also represented. After hearing both sides Mr Hagelthorn said that the Country Roads Board and the depart : mental engineers favored the pro bad su-rpjcBtGcf to him t£iat the'old road, which the council propose!) to close, should be kept, open as an outlet for the landowners....

KNEW A LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

ICNKW A IJTTLTC. A gentleman IruvelHnt; sumu time :ig<> jtMlicJ n onc-nniie<l mendicant by whom lie was accosted how he lost, bis arm. "It Was like this, .sir. The last time I went to sen wo w;is caught in ;i typhoon off Cape 'Orn. Tin* ship u'ont over on her beam ends, so I ho cap'n 'c orders me and Tom to lco out (.m the ynrdarm to keelhaul the bo'sprit and tor splice the jib boom to the mainmast. 1 was a haiitfiu' on to the top-gallant rat tlins, wlieii Torn suddenly let go his cud, and 1 was pitched *10 feel in the 'old." The «;\Mitleman smiled. "That's a capital yarn," he said. "Vim onjjht to have been a sailor," and went on his \\ay. 1 *r»»stin]l4*ii, 1 IK* heggar walehed his inl ecro^ator, and saw a orossing ,suct,'|>iT touch his hat nmst defer entially to him. "I sav, . I in:, who's 'e w'en 'e's at 'oil 10 7" he called. " llini?" replied the sweeper, "hon't. you Know who that is ? Why, that's Admiral Ilerosford."

ROK[?]BY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 20 March 1914

It 0 K !0 B Y On Saturday, 7th inst, bush fires were raging fiercely through out tho district. The Catholic Church was surrounded by fires, and only by the splendid efforts of a number of the residents was the building saved. A Lre also swept through the Village Settle ment blosks, and Mrs Gannon's property, where a good deal of damage was done, a large quan tity of grass and fencing being de stroyed. - THE GIPPSLAND & NORTHERN CO OPERATIVE SELLING CO. LTD. has been appointed the wholesale dis tributing atynts for tho Gippsland Co-operativo Bacon Curing Co. Ltd. Dandenong. Ask your grocer for Dandenong Bacon. Picnic MODEL latest Disc Grama phono in P. Faraglier's window; no trumpet required. Case folds up and locks making", a' handsome cabinet, can carry a dozen records. Town price £4 10s; other disc machines from £2 2s; fine stock of.Records, all at town prices. Don't ho a contotii.il buMutjA man or .omebody else with mure lift- nnri »*11? luy will come along and f»i't your...

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