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TARAGO ASSOCIATION. JINDIVICK V. BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

TARAGO ASSOCIATION. JINDIYIOK V. r.ri.X UL'LN. The Jindiviek team visited Buln Buln on Saturday and suffered defeat ny 6 runs. Owing to their late arrival the match did not commence until 3.30. Buln Buln were sent in first and managed to make 33 oft' the fine bowling ot H. Peel and T. Collins. Buln Buln, never down-hearted, took the field full of hopo and by real good fielding and the deadly bowiing of Wat Handley, got their opponents down for 27 ; E. Hawkins also bowled well. P. Hawkins was the only batsman to reach double figures. Buln Buln started a second innings losine 4 wickfifs fnc.-M.."t ""-{'JIT Saturday Buln Buln play Tarago at Tarago. This match decides the premiership. Scores » Bulls Buln IJ. Murray, <> Pool 2 Wat Hundley, run out 0 1'. Hawkina, b P.-ol 11 \\. Gunatami, c and b Pio! 3 E."Hawkins, I) T. Colling 2 .1. Shealea, b Pool 2 S. Hastings, b T. Collins 2 \V. Polkinghorne, b T. Collins 0 W. Handli'y, b Peol 5 W. Oitruy, b Peul 0 D. Chrifltin, not out ...

WARRAGUL V. NARNARGOON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

W'ARIUGUL V. NAIJNAKGOOX. This match was conimonced at Wnrrafrii 1 oti Saturday afternoon. iScorva : - Narnargoon Menzies, Ibw, b Statrouaon 0 Wilaou, run rut 2 J. Smith, ct b Claiko 2 Carney, hit srfekof, b CUrku 0 Dure, I) Stevenson 15 C!. Smith, b HnUincsworth 24 M 0010, b HoIIiii^worth 9 .lack Smith, b L)U'in 20 Ileid, not out 22 Sundiies ... G Total ... ... iO(J Bowling- Stevenson 2 for 14, Clarke 2 for 22, Hollingsworth 2 for 9.2, Bro«ker 0 for 15, Wolch 0 for 10, Gallagher 0 for 1H, Dunn 1 for 4 Warra<;ul Appleton, not out 38 Welch, b Wilson 0 Stevenson, li Wilson 0 Brooker, b Monzloj 13 Dunn, c, b Carney 0 Small, not out 7 Sundries 2 Total, 4 wickets for 00 1? iwliiiij - Wilson 2 for H, Carney 1 for 18, Dore 0 for 17, G. Smith 0 for 2, Menzies 1 for 2, Moure 0 for 6.

Sport & Pastime. Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V. LONGWARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

Sport &: Pastime. Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V. LONGWARRY. Drouin played Longwarry on the lattcr's ground on Saturday last. Drouin compiled 193 for the loss of 8 wickets. The match will be con cluded next Saturday. Scores : - Drouin Horn, not out 10'.) Tiitaohlfr, h Chnppell 2 Dynli, b fVternnsnT 5 Harper, lrHaturmis'or 32 Bunctf, b Pa.ornogicr 0 Tollcy, h Freeman 7 McDonald, h Paternoster 4 Pcttit, c, b Patornoater 7 Willis, b Giddena 4 Crisp, noi N-ut 5 Byes ... ... 18 Total, 8 wickets for 103 Howling - Paternoster 5 for 136, Chappoli 1 for 18, W» Mi 0 for 20, Solk 0 25, Freeman 1 for 30, Giddens 1 for 16.

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

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1.'! Stephen, G. Y. Winters, J. J. Colqijhoun, C. M«rt"ii, W. EI, Buttur Eictory Hayes' Family Hotel Casey, D. I'. llenderHim, A. It. Pease mid Sons . Hamilton, lordlier Road Backhouse, Skii.ner and v.i-i-./ijj Hamilton Sjiire mill, Drouin (\V. Youoy, secretary) Fuhrniann, W C. Communication m dlowini; places : Melbourne Is Loncwurry 2d Gaiiield 2d Pakenlmm 4d Narrewairen Gd Diindennng 8d Tiaralgon 8d Yarragou 2d Slraiford Is 4d Morwoll Gd Tliorpd.Ie Gd WallmUa Itokoby liulu Huln Noerim Naorim Sth Ni-erim N. Uppi s,i 2d 2,1 .Id 4d Gd «1» tidal Ooalvillu Barra Darnum Iona 8U 6d 4d 2d 2d ny bo had with il'.e Warracul Id Bunyip 2d Naniargoon 3d Pakenham E -Id Berwict Oakleigh Trafalgar Mou Sale ?' Toonsrabbie Rosedale Bi.olarra Jindivick Muffin Nei-rim East 3d "Noi'rim Junc.4d ? nnicer 4d Narmcnn Cut Uuirnadale la JU'l Lindenow In 4 1 Nilma 2a Cro»sover 3d

Droum East Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

DroumEast Picnic. The annual school picnic was held at Drouin East on Wednes day, 11th inst, when there was a good attendance of parents and friends of the scholars. The weather was rather warm, but notwithstanding this fact, all ap peared to thoroughly enjoy the c uting. The commitiee attended to the sports programme and the ladies provided and served re f iU^Ij men t h. The results «>f tli« spuriy wore : Tiny* (lower graden) - (J. IIill 1, Waltor Jeaiit'B 2, N. Jc.uiea ii Boya (middle grades)-N. Hill 1, L. Malion 2, 1C. Wiiliama o Ctif>f*<-!») - II Clever 1, K. McKay 2, Malum !) GirIm (middle)- D. Clovtsr 1, I. Ciovt*r 2. K William* 3 (iiii« (upper)- M. Wi liniiJB i, A. Clovor S, M. Punt 3 15-iyH Coiiioiijtion rac>* - K, Lane 1, H. M->lum 2 0iris Ciiisolatioii raco- I. Brown 1, M. P.* 2 Euii and Spoon *aco, boyi - E. \ViUhiniH 1, O. Bi-ek 2 Km* mid Spoun raco, gi'ls-D. Clovor 1. I. Br"\vn 2 Po ato race, boys-II. Clo\er 1, E. Mclv«y 2 Puintti lUce, girls - M....

Labor's Fighting Policy. MR. FISHER'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

Labor's Fighting Policy. MR. FISHER'S TOUR. Liberplism should sjore off the speeches which Mr Fisher, as loader of the Opposition, is de livering in the course of his four thousand milo tour. . These speeches show that, in spite of certain bellicose harangues of the rank and file, official Labor has no stomach for early battle. There must lie no double dis solution," exclaims' Mr Fisher, and he denouncos the proposed appeal to the Govenor-Gonoral as a ridiculous impertinence. Mr Fisher gives his reasons for assuming that, when approached by Mr Cook, the Governor will de cline to send Senators to the country. The two test Bills which the Senate declined to pass last session, and which will bo resubmitted to it at a comparative ly early date are, Mr Fisher con tends, too trivial to justify a doul lo dissolution. With Mr JJughes he Irises them con temptuously aside as having no practical bearing on any live issue, and as being mere test measures introduced for party purposes in, what M...

Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

Serious Accident. On Saturday night a serious accident oocurred in Main St, Drouin, Mr Alexander Dellora, was returning to his farm at Drouin West with a loaded spring dray. After transacting business in the street, he was getting into the dray and caught hold of a crate which he thought was securely tied with other loading. Unfcr'unutely the crate was loose, causing Mr Dellor to lose his balance and he fell under the wheel of the dray, which went right over his chest. A number of persons who witnessed the accident promptly went to Dellora's assistance, and Dr Cowen was sent for. The Doctor attended Dellora and ordered his removal to the Warragul Hospital, whence he was taken on a stretcher by goods train by Constables Phillips and Ryan. At latest accounts he is progress ing favorably. THEGIPPSLAND & NORTHERN CO OPERATIVE SELLING! Co. LTD. has been appointed the wholesale dis tributing agents for the Gippsland Co-operative Bacon Curing Co. Ltd. Dandenong. Ask your grocer for...

THE GARDEN. EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

THE GARDEN. KFFKCT OF LIGHT ON TUF, YHLOPMKNT UK. FRUIT. Experiments have been made t«> as certain tin? influence that litcht exer cises on the development, of fruit. and the results nre interesting. The experiments vevre made by let tint: the fruit ripen (1) in Mi.;* shut out all rays of lijrht, »2». ii transparent has:* irivinc an attenua ted light, (3i fruit exposed tn full daylight : the trials were nn;l« on crapes, cherries, pears, apples, ftr. .. From the results it w>uld ;«pPlar that licl't i-: absolutely ner^pparv ; unlj during the first, staire? of U»p j formation of fruit, and irrain. After this initial stac has f'.e ! mitt ittylv to itP «Jf velopment and mnt.urjtv erjiinll- *.vrt: in ohscuritj as in full lijrht, .if: under the influence of the hitter * greater amount of dry substance acquired. It was observed that the bc:<t re sults %vero. obtained when "tb<' rrow ifruit was tinder the influence or an attenuated li^ht. and also t.h-ti the acidi...

THE FARM. WHAT IS THE MATTER? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

THE FARM. WHAT 13 THE MATTER ? Talking, with a farmer not Ion*: since about the present demands up on the man who till* the soil, he said : "Sometimes I get almost discour aged. It seems at? though the col leges and you editors were crowding the farmers along faster than we know what to do. It didn't used to be so. The demands for this and that change are coming thicker and faster." We do not wonder that some form ers feel like this. The minds of men are getting greatly stirred ns to the necessity for more ami botr.T know ledge, for better methods ron^rrnini: the handling of our farms. Th* vr-rv conservative farmer, likp our fnen 1 above quoted, does not feel | clear that these things aiv j-.st ri:V | so they feel uncertain. Like Ivwst j men, they want to do v.hat is fox* | the best. They <lo not fed like ;id ! mitting. that they have been wren-; in their understanding of their soil. Thcv will confess that it does nor. act as it. used to twenty-fivri or thiriy years ago. ...

Land Tax Assessment. WHAT ARE "IMPROVEMENTS?" IMPORTANT DECISION IN THE HIGH COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

Land Tax Assessment. .WHAT ARK "LMRITOYKMF-NTS JJIPOHTANT DIK'I.SIO.N IX T::: MEN COUHT. An important question which lias been engaging tin* a 11 en I ion of land owners for some lime, .ami lo which they have' not bvn'ahle to uhlain a completely satisfaclorv answer, is the question of what" consliinles "improvements" when referring to land nniler the Land Tax Assess ment- Act. An interesting case came before the High Court last week, when this queslion of improvements arose. Ill I he opinion of-the own ers, the land had bee.i improved in many ways, but according lo the Commissioner of Land Tax. tin: im provements stated were not im provements within the meaning of the act. As will bo seen from the following report, quoted from the "Argus," the Chief Justice dilated at some length on the inatler, and gave his decision as to what consil stutes "improvements." The report is as follows: An important decision was uivn by the High Court yesterday on the question..of what constitutes "im p...

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

POULTRY HINTS. Spray the poultry house nr-CM*'.'*: ally with a s trims disinfectant. Chol-IH, a deadly disease, Is cil l>y impure water, tainted gj'imi"'!. and stale food. 1931.

(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

IAD ragtits Reserved.) : THE Secret Island. ft Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quia," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., etc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. While on a cruise round the world in his stcnm yacht "Doadicea," Dick Valentine, only son of a wealthy English gentleman residing nt Heron Court, witnesses a strange scene en acted in mid-ocean. An ironclad cruiser -stops the earpo steamer Golden Horn, bound fur San Fran cisco, and forcibly abducts from the cabin Captain Paul Vclborth. a fam ous Rnssian military engineer, who has escaped from Siberia. The Bri tish man-of-war Malta, in answer to the steamer's signal of distress ar rives too late; to be of any assist ance, for the mysterious cruiser as soon as the Malta, is sighted vanishes at immense speed. Dick recognises one of the officers of the Malta to be Lieutenant Grenvillj. Six months after his return to Fngland, Dick learns of the failure of the Orient Bank through which h...

PART 5. CHAPTER XI. AN OFFER THRICE REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

CHAPTER XI. OFF 15It THKICE HEKUSEL). Captain CJoro. frowmnl as ho i.timed sbarplv from the port hule ami eaui;ht Dick's glance lixed upon l)is face ; then lie laughed an evil littli! t1ul: 11. "You tiil'io matters co-iUy, llr. Sherlock Holmes the -Second," he said. "And why not. ?" Dick asi.cd, de fiantly. "Ay, why not ? I like your spirit, sir, ami I trust vou will prove as sensible as you are plucky. Had I wished it, T could have had you in my power lone aj;o - at, any time after you plaie.l the spy at Vup Piug. Your subsequent movements, both., ill London and New York, were watched by mv .-merits. They had no intentions of. taking v m yet.-so lotio ns you did not attempt to use your fangs-and it was cnt.irely on acci dent that you ran across Ine Seuor Monte.'o the other nicht. and forced his band." "The title von bestowed upnn nic is rip!) Uy ynur^," Dick answered, "1 am Mattered to th 11. you took such an iuti're;-! iu my movements." "I had reasons." said (»'<rc, "an...

CHAPTER XIII. THE MISSING PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

i 'HA PTE 11 XIII. THK MISSlNl", PASSKNOliH. Hefore h 11 f the distance was cover »m{ the yacht's jolly boat had come up abreast of the launch- the latter l''v<V* wi'ii l uii' wV.iu by tittle. Leon Mon tojo was in th;* hrjiil with four of the crew, . ami after Exchanging a few words with I'aptain Gore, he shot a planer at Dick that was full of men ;l''c and hatred. Dick returned it scornfully, and then gave his entire attention t»> the Juno. 'Die ship had n crippled appearance as she la> heaving mi the swell. A few men were leaning from the rail, two were on the bridge, and others were bust ling about with considerable excite ment. and noise. The launch came up to the lino*" amidships, where a ladder had been put out, and with e» o! impudence Captain fiorc and six of his men clambered aboard the Juno, Peter Smock prodding Hick from behind. Montejo and a companion followed from the jolly-boat. Dick ga::ed about him with flushed and shamid face. Only a few of tho crew...

CHAPTER XII. A CRIME ON THE HIGH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

CMAPT1CR XII. A CHI.MK ON THK HIGH SKAS. For three whole days after his in terview with Captain Goro there was little or nothing to brenk the mono tony of Dick's confinement. He was satisfied from Gore's own words, that Grcnville's chain of theories hud heen correct in every particular ; so he could only wait patiently until that, secret island-homo was readied -until the final choice of life or death should be ofTerod him. He kept in fairly pood spirits, rind did not let himself think much of the future. A bath-room adjoined liis cabin, and he was provided daily with clean linen. He had i^ood wine and cigars, and the meals brought to him equal led the cuisine of a big ocean liner. The "something to read" promised by Cnpt./iin Cioro w/in in the form of newspapers, T'Jn^Iish and American, which covered n period of several months. Tliev contained marked para graphs, and these Hick found very interesting, Drierly put, they showed that the public hnd begun to connect recent loss of ship...

THE DAIRY. ABOUT BUYING COWS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

THE DAIRY. ABOUT nrvisc; cows A representative letter inuu n" Hnnlisli dairy farmer in the "British Agricultural Press" says:- "Cow buying is a very uncertain business. There is much faking in the row mar ket., but home-bred heifers are at least, honest. Horns may lie rubbed down, and udders stocked, and other purchases nviy turn out deceptive owln^ to udders bein? what is known as tleshv. Many cows milk welt [or the first two or three months. and then quickly dry off, and these are just the animals which will be run round and offered for sale after their next calving. Some cows which milk ed well in their own homes do badly wli-m transferred to new plare. Some are sold because they are kick ers. or liable to blow or suffer from some recurring ailment. "No one doubts that heiiers are safrr buying than cows. but. the fact, remains that we are losinc ground as to the supply of milking cattle by the system of dealing too exclusively with cows. The indiscriminate sale and slaughter of c...

ON FEEDING OATS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 27 March 1914

OX FKHDING OATS. All horses when fed on whole oats will swallow some whole oats with out clu'wini: them, and stomach cannot accomplish ivnat. the troth fail to <lo. This applies to vounc as well as old horses. A general average by chemical an alysis in n stable of inn horses, old and young, shows lil pnr eruit. wast ed. Mo:il after meal is so ovrrt.nxed with indigestible oafs. which weaken und inflame the digestive organs so they cannot perform their functions and extract aU the nutriment even from the masticate!) oats. When you feed your horse whole oats and vow s^e whole oats in the manure, you don't know how much nutriment the animal gets, because 5on see waste with your naked rye. Hut when you f*ed your horse ; crushed oats Villi know Ptnctlv hn>V f «,,ci«>u nutriment If. will for nil . I the nutritious parts of the «»ats will i J flifTCHt. ! The saliva. when th*» oat in opened 'crushed), will mix with ih« tiblo part of the out. whether the : teeth further masti...

CHAPTER XVI. BEHIND THE FOG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 3 April 1914

CHAT'TRR XVI. lSKHINH THK FOG. It. was now but. little more than half past ion o'clock, and within an hour the weather had changed from fair to foul, an.l ;;ave promise of an uply day. Murky clouds sent down a fine drizzle, and tlio .still air was raw and enttintr. A Ki"ey mist wa.s slowly settling over the sea ; already the horizon was limited to a narrow ra dius. Tho launch an<l the jolly-boat ploughed on Bide by side until thcy readied the point where sepamtion wns obvious. . Then Montcio leanpd over the j;unwnle towards Captain C!ori". "Von hud hotter give mo tho cirl," he said. "No ; I shall keep her under my protection," Gore replied. "She will he safer and more comfortable ou the cruiser." "But surely Lucille is the proper person to look alter licr ?" "That's true," assented Gore, "and I intend that yon shall transfer your sister to the cruiser at the first op portunity. But not now. 1 want to get au'uy from tlie.se waters as soon as possible." "All ri'-rht." Monte...

CHAPTER XV. DISK'S TEMPTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 3 April 1914

CHAPTER XV. DISK'S TEMPTATION. Dick had heard all the foregoing conversation, and he realised whnt it : meant. He kne'.v that the pirate eon-1 tcnipiatcd another outrage, and one | infinitely worse than the shooting of i Ijuko Radford. "Must .1 stand by and see it V" lie i uaid to himscU. "They will tak© this j woman by (orcc to tlic cruiser, and slio is probably well-bred and a lady. ' The captain is right ; she had much better bo dead than fall into such hands ! I can't play a passive part much' longer. II J had a pistol I should be strongly tempted to shoot that scoundrel, Jason Gore. And it j might he just as well for me, for I am a doomed man, anyway. I can't j see a ray o! hope in the future." At that moment Lhere was a stir o[ curiosity, and Dick's comrades closed compactly in front of him, blocking his view across the deck. He shifted his position and looked. The captain was at the head of tho companion way, supporting on one arm a young and most beautiful girl. Her slim fig...

PART 6. CHAPTER XIV. THE FATK OF THE TRAITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 3 April 1914

iMrtT n. CHATTER XI \T. TITK KATK < >K TilK TItAiTOR. The silence lasfed for probably a minute, :in*l thitn .Jason Ciore took a ptcp nearer the trembling wretch. "Luke Lndford, you have learned how far my arm ran reach !" ho said, in lew, sharp tones (hat worn intended only for hi:-* own men ami tho prisoner. "Foul, traitor, why did you not realise your niitdnws before it was too la(e?'J)id you indeed hope to escape my vengeance- to evade the punishm<Trt you so richly deserve ?" "Mercy !" came in a husky whisper from fho man's lips. "Shall I teii you what X know ?*' (lore (vint juikvL "Lisfen You. one of iviv t.rustn.l aj;en».iC in London, bounil by oath to l>c: true lo our community, were templed ami fell. I am ignorant of the reason, but it is certain that you decided to sell the Kreat secret to the Admiralty - to the British (Government. llow-jvt r, L had mistrusted you for a long lime, and you were, constantly wateh-'-l by other agents of mine. Vou le...

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