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

f i Household Hints. 1 \\ i 1 1m >u I Ii'-i 1 ii' i' >;i, j t r.< :i ) ". as- | .-.ft - II th.it :i ...A <-"t c« in v, hirh j ( n rra i it s ii i»« tii»» i .! 111 i i is J ' s'li'.- t > - t h.' 'Mil i r>- 111)u. j : ii"i.i. | \ <] mi ,.f ( u rt'a 111 .. i:. n.-t ' rd 1 .iis. l . ilm-.ti'.r I .UmI «-(].'?!? ill-, 1 hat l! |i i' l! t^fl m ;it [ 111'11 t i 111 . . i *»«> 111' i j' i'')1' lv I If i n u : * < M, i | 'I I,.- ,v sin,).!.-. n». r.iiil.'- nr.. i n l«?, j i i < - l I 11 \ \ i" I .-in.I sir-tiiiN ; |tf 11. >ii\ . That is ;i powerful - t li.-n 1 lif lit t I.- 1 ..'i. h ,.i 1 an Hi-id in \hi' iYuit Ki\it. d.-l i-l.t nil lla\ <.».». .tnd j.ssist t In- lmM rir iilin"., Wlirn CnriMiil - arr- tah.-u int.. M\. .r..,.Ml. tin- j' i' i a 11 . i , i n in <»?>! in t . \ planned'; Hint is ^""d 1M rails.- has mad- ,,f Ikm. I k'IH ?!;«' i ;t I f.M.ds j >a 1 a t a 111. ?. Wln-n Ilf f that lims...

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

MELBOURNE MARKETS. The'Gippsland and Northern Co jp-o-ativo Selling: <o, Lt I., report uiiti.-r imta of Ktu Jnmiury Butter-There is no nltorntion in the local butter market since tho (Into of our Inst report. We' quote :-Choicest lH*id, choice lid to Hid, good tn primo lO^id to lid, neconds 10 J. id to 10),»d. Saparators and dairies still arriving in a heated condition. Separators 9d to 9Jd, dairies 8d. Cheose-Markot rather dull at late rates, prime now loaf and medium sizes 5Jd to 5Ud, semi-matured GJ-^d to ?d, matured 8d to 8Ud. Eggs-Domand all for choice fresh lines from cool districts. Ordinary nt 7'-!id per dozen, selected 8d to,9d, new laid 10*d, duck 'Jd to lOd. Bacon-Market very dull. Prime light aides 9d to lOd, medium and heavy weights lorrer, middles 10J.</d to lid, hams loose le, bagged Is Id to Is 2d por lb. Tuesday, 13th January. Wheat -F.A Q. 3s 6J«>d, good fowls wheat, 3a 4Hd to 3h 5d, inferior lower. Oats - These aro rather scarce and euppli...

Market Reports. WARRAGUL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

Market Reports. WARRAGUL MARKET. SkotYi, Hunter and Co. report havin» hold their unual wenkly aalo at thuir Wnrrai>u! yards on Thursday, 8th Jan. whrn thmv wan a li^ht y.irduii» of pics, and a ijood yirdinjj of shtu'p and cattlo. I'ik* tvoru rnthor imaiur all round, but a improviummt iawxpcctod in bacouura hi'i! wv.-k. Th»«y qnoto . - Piy ...Sncko'-s, lOa to 12# ;"biipn, 13a. 15a to IBs (Kl ; Morus, ?.0% ii5s, 32s to 3 ft* ; pujkfw, 3Tm to 13'; baconorp, 5l» fid, 5(5*, f»Si, t)0a lo Cos ,* bickfatfer.i, 7fi<. Mim'p. - F no Iambs Ifis 8d, ditto crosibrt'd ewi'u 11U <)d. Cattle -K*t en's 1*4 17« 6df £T> to £."> 5« ; forward cc vr« £3 14* to £'4 10i ; »" ro ditto 1*3 5s to £3 10b ; othora fiom £3, nj»«d loner ; niirkt»rs and Aprinrjora beat t'fi to £0 ITm ; aocoud ditto £5 tc £5 10.<, o her* from £4 \0A ; "printing heifera boat £5 to £0 5*, other* fioin £4 10^ ; ditiD 2 yoirs £2 10j k» £3 6i ; ditio 12 in -litha 32* 0 1 lo 38* ; ditto p dilit'i...

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

Church News. Catholic Church-Sunday, January 18 Masses - Whitbku! 9 and 11, Vesperi 7 BO. Ncerim South 9, Kokoby 11. CllDltcii or Knoj anu - Sunday, 18th ?Jan., Drouin 11 a.m. and 7 pm, Atlilnqt (H.C.) 2.1f>, I:e\. il. de I'utron-Hitohcoik, V 1) ; Uranclv Creek 2.45, Mr Oread, of Northcotc ; WedneHday, 21st January, Hrandy Creek 8, .*nnunl General.Mooting. .Mh'nciDisr ( uvHcli - Diouia 11. I.ont'wariy 7110, Mr Ciiletnin ; Garfield 11, Hunjip 3, Drouin 7.:I0, Iter. B. Ciiep ; "Uunjip 7 30 Mr Fallotl ; Longwarry South 3, Mr Cheethiwn ; Nceriui Sth 11 and 7.1)0, Xeoriro South 3, Mr Collins ; CrouoTtr J, Neorira 7iU. .Mr ltowr. ?I'nr.siiy'n:itiAN Ciinncit - Drouin 11 and 7, Urouin South 3, K«r F. Mac quten, ol Klaternwick ; Neerira Sth U, Uokcby 2.30, Neerim Junctiou 7, VIr Mc Kenzic,

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 16 January 1914

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. Concerning some parts of the district news comes but seldom. This is nut the fault nf the Editor, for ho has no miraculous power of knowing what is happening in nil tin; places in tho are# of circulation. It is the fault of resid ents in the silent places. Will sointi man or woman take the matter on hand and ctiu^c the ailencn tn cease If no one else i? doing it fur your district, will YOU fry on tlu^e lines? Send accounts of public and social events in your township or neighbor ho.'d, such us weddings', deaths, accid ents, concerts, matters touching indus tries, etc. L)o not bother about grammar or spelling ?, it is the Editoi'fl worK t:i la il; alter theso trifles. Tlie barest ski leton i-. enough. Write on one side of thr paper ouly. Give informati'-Q, but let critiei-m alone. Write your namo in some corner not for printing, but to proro good faith.

RUNNER BEANS AND DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Kr.SNKIt UK A N S AMI DlttM'' i " Vem-tat ian," writing t > an Ku:; 1 1 ish paper, j;ives the results of water 1 iii); runners durin:; a dr> spell. i>h ; serving that one of his neighbours I hail very poor results, although' the ; roots were uvll watered, he set. to , work in his own garden by watering a row at the roots only, never al | Inwin;; the water to touch the leaves, ? whilst, a second row was treated by watering both leaves and roots, with tlie result, that the latter produced p«*ls a font lonjj, whilst, the former only pods of three inones. '* Vegetarian" says that in a wet reason very few pods fail to set, but that during a dry spell it is not. so, ami that artificial watering of leaves as well as roots is necessary to se cure a ffnod setting of pods. Some people work into the poultry business, while others drop in, and, not understanding how to swim, llounhcr about and arc drowned. Dislike of detail is a prominent cause of failure with poultry, which demands cl...

FRUIT CREATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

FRUIT CREATIONS. A fe-.v years a^o the rural world was very much agitated about, the reports coneerninu' the \v<»nderful re sults following the work of plant breeding. which had been carri* <1 out. by Ruthrr Rurhank. Some of Ihr-r reports wen- very nr.:eh discount <-d, am!, indeed, our of the American farm pnpers rvposed what it claimed was a fraud upon the public so call ed the wondcrberry. Still it was far as utility was conerrned of the plant, afterwards shown that any misrepre smitat.ion which mii;ht have cropped up was not the result of anything that. Rurhank mi:rht hims.df have snid. but .lue to the veal of the syn dicate which undertook to put hi' plant., upon the mnrket. TJir hostile eritieism, therefore, waned so as to vi.'e time a chance to prove the, util itv of the ereati<>n- whieh the brain of th's had designed. Sctiu1 of th-'se plants are beint: tried in Australia, and there are very warm advocates of at least a of them to...

CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

rllAI'TKIt N\\ Wo have had it brief acquaintance ; with tv.o youmc ladies, both beauti fill, one bein^ as beautiful in soul ; in face, . ami the other usin;; her | beauty in attract 'nn-n in her, to ex \ hurt Hut what is the use of say i in;; anything almoin Mildred Mmri1 ? j It. shall now be our pleasure to uet ; a glimpse of another, and one in ; whom we shall, F hep", take an in 1 terest. equal to, if not greater than that. which ejfher *»f the others has , inspired. We must precede Helen to : Marehmere. and witness the home ' life of that. Marion whose gossipy : letter pwhaps amused some lit.tie . curiosity eoneeinin;r her personality. Behold, then. on a keen, frosty morning in the late autumn, a peace ful eoiintry scene in shire. The leaves of the deciduous trees in the splendid park are fallen, or are in their last", bright, hues of mairni'ie'Mit decay. No snow has yet fallen. There i° a erispness in the air, a brightness to the sunlight, that makes lifeseem worth living. Twn ...

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 10. CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

ALL RIGHTS RESKRVED. Bj S. W. Hopkins, Author Four Brass nates," etc., J'AHT 10. OHAl'TBK XIV.-(Cent i mini.) "But," snid Ills uncle, "the ditllcul- j tiee ore insurmountable. In the lirst place, you tic yourself down to n constant attendance on an irrespon sible man. You leave yourself no time for rest or enjoyment. Then there is the difiicnlty of travelling with him without provoking unplens nnh comment. How will you over the absence of name ? How will yon avoid unpleasant features at hotel.-: '! I think the scheme is wild, myself." "Scarcely that," replied the doe tor. "I have studied it out pretty well. 0/ course, 'J shall give him i name before I start, and shall '31 ill him into the use of It. Cummiugs will roiue with me anil relieve me of the strain of actually caring for him. And 1 shall also take Trimble, who is invaluable under such circum ;t;in ccs. He has made tiro trips across with me before, and understands tak ing care of baggage, buying tickets, and oil such duties. ...

Why to Shun Banisters. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Why to Shun Banisters. u V,, . ?? ? in i." f 11! t ? t v.it:; «ir»'a*>'l dis'/a-.-' v.-? avoid O: j I -u M . . i .! : S - ,;1 «? l-ant' t'.TS I :i.' -1 -i: V !.- .vlvv.- pvople nf ««\.-ry i i'< ? ,«:... pa*>i:»u lii -. U.- (..t' ! !? [>? > "M" ham! up <-;. i; r.ii-' ;».> a iui\111s «»i j.-ipij.-i-i, «»p pr»»i»vt i"ti. but ! .*. W t m r i - \w ;; i*' . . 111 k .. >-s in m'ioii l.: .?.it--:' .int oi all p'iMi'* btni'l t!i»* ba'ii>*'-'"« as .is ]>. mM««. A . Vi "l <>r h«T anU^'p* i'* J.,- 'r. . . i. In -a|u >.?* !.?::!. i" ' i cr r -. i r \\ ays i.h(,'u!'[ n ra.um'T a.s ;i'? i'i? I Mi- -i-. In-n ratlini;a *; ?. i ? i l -1 . ? t' - ? *. i* .-* :.]<'{»> sanitary Miaa <\ an-l ..asi'!" (.. !x»-»*p ». I ; i. I'lM'. up.' v.; than Lilts lm'.- Lii!-_''l a ;-v ; -plo. but it I ill*' ;-ana' Mia- t liar o saved lh«: live:* >'<f th"U:;:i'.uN it: permitting j,ov>p!«> t.o i;p and cIo'-vm i...

Snake Fascinated by Cat. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Snake Fascinated by Cat. It i:. stilted that thy cat has hyp not lo power over snakes. A sen tlonnin who had lived [ortv-sl\ yenrs ill India writes t*int '"e ' boon twico saved by ills cat. On ono occasion ho wiiIkl'U to u raiula ami actually trod on a cob ra that was sitting up ready to strike. ITo expected every minuto to feel the deadly fangs, and wondered why it delayed, when, looking round, ha noticed his cat crouching and gazing ut tho reptile with mes meric effect, for it seemed unable to move, and while in this condition he killed it. Another time, when sleeping on an open cot in th'.» ve randa, ho woke to find on ouo side of tho hod a luigo cobra With head erect, ready to strike, on the other the glistening green eyes of his cat. The snake remuiued quite still, s.i he ran into the room lo fetch a I gun, and, coming back, poked the reptile's head with tho barrel, but it did not take tho slightest notice, and seemed liko a stuffed and lifeless creature. Ifo then placed his ha...

Sport & Pastime. Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. GARFIELD V. BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Sport 8c Pastime. Cricket. WEST (UPl'SLANl) ASSOCIATION'. CAUKIKU) V. ISlJNYII*. Tlii* mulch \viti ooncludi'd on SntU'day md r.fiiiltci in a win ftir (Jii. !it«M by -| 1 una. Scot L*d : - CAItFIKU). (I (Ifi'ii, c Litiu'ht. 1) Nash 7G A. I, llo^uhrnok I, IS. Alutin, b hrock «S A. Turuliull, Itnv, h Nuaii lit K. (notMi, 11) \v, !> Wjihington 9 II Amli'rsotj, Hjp Honmhrock, h Truuiblo 42 C. M.ilciji'y, b NV i' h r T> r# * Jin ;$<; K. M c M II I if it, b Withnigtoii 7 W, liohurlHon, liif u-iclift, I) Xii.'li.'iri .1. M.irkrr, c N.i.hU b Wtthm^um I M . (i')llKiil|(rt Dot out 7 Sundries ... ... 8 T ..till ... ... 211) It. ? \v I ill li-Tniinblo 1 fur ,'19, \V;itt*ri 0 for 2.'>, Wji ijimi»11»ii 4 for Oo, Kounnbroek 2 for 2«'{, \V. Ifol-.t.- 0 for 10, IConni'dy i) form k. ImvIkt O for :w. k d Nash O f-.i 20 IUTN YN\ Nitsh.tr and l» -.-»» » I ti"v>n brortr, h f to o 'son 'J Thoinus, nor out 110 Trumbk*, b It iboitaon 0 Boclior, run i ir 1*1 K'-ntioily, o Midoney b Ando...

Love on Board Ship. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Love on Board Ship. f An incident which occurred on board a P. and O. stcaraor on her way oat from England is interest ing. A young lady travelling first - class was going to India to get married to her fiance, but ou board ship she developed a strong afToc I tion for a fellow-passenger. Th«\v became engaged before Aden was reached. When the ship arrived at port tho young lady despatched ft lotter to her prospective husband In Indiu, intimating the fact of her engagement to a gentleman she hud met on board, and stating that sh<» had lost her heart to him nnd must break off tho engagement. A day or two out from Ade'i. however, a change came over mat ters. Tho young lady, for some reason or other, repented of tho lov.« mutch, btit found herself in a quan dary, for the boat was not due at her destination in India until Mon day or Tuesday. On tho other hand, the letter containing tho fate ful information would reach the fiance on Sunday ! Tho only way out of it was to cable t...

TARAGO ASSOCIATION. BULN BULN V. TARAGO. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

TA RAG O ASSOC1 ATiOX. liULN BULN V. TARAGO. Buln Buln met Tarago on tlie 1 uttcr's ground and .sustained another defeat. Tlio wiclcet was treacherous, several severe knocks being unthankfully re ceived by different batsmen. Tavago obtained a lean ol 25 on the li'-st innings. Buln Buln closod their second innings 5 down for 70, with a remote hope of winning in a half hour's play. Tarago, however, obtained the necessary runs with G wickets to spare. Scores -? r.ui.N i;ri,x. Wat Iiruidlry, c lSrmvn I) Stainsliy 0 I,. Muir.iy, c 1). 1'io.vu h St;iin«l,y 0 W. Otiastoiit', 1) Suiuuiiy 7 10. II.iwkinR, li M. Ilrown 1 S\ l'tnntuii'H, run «mt ?'» I'.ilkin ^li'trn, b St.uinliy 1'. II iu kin.-1, iiui nut M \\ . Ottrvy, 1> M. Iirmvu 1 W . I lamllry, b Stainaby 1 Mv;!vvt', b Standby 0 .SlMKirU'.i 0 Tut;,! r.-i r.ii'.vlni'^ - Staiinby .*> fur 18, M. Uio.vn .1 f-.r 27. ' .S-'Coml Innings. S H .>»'»»><;<«, l> Siainsby K> K. II lU kill.-, 1> St.UM-iJ'V 0 W...

Dog Feeds Hens. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Dog Feeds Hens. An Indiana furmer named Sitk* claims that his doir l*.kc3 tho prUo for in^'jliic-nco, and points to an ln<*Mont showing thU* and an un usual friendship hotw'eun tho dog n 11 d hlr? prize poultry. Sitka's grain la kept 1«~ - shed be hind the house, and SltkB found th»if- whs:i ho Uft the door of this :»I;-I opo:i tho chickens would onlor and food themselves. This led him to pine il spring on the door so that it uould close of its own ac .;or'.i vhon open, and would only m.'j'l a push to opwi It. Much to his 3'irpri>o Sitka found that his Efrnln disappeared at an alarming r«t«* d^ffite all his precautions, and thin lxi him to Investigate. Scatod nt hi« window and watch ing tho door of the shed, hia atten* Hot: \\»5 drawn to tho dO£. which !:...<I hp to the door, followed by f'«vorf»l hens. Then the rayfttery explained when tho doff pushed utculr.st tho door with Its noso and h"ld It optm while the hens entered, RorgM th":n«iclve;». and retired ...

RTVERSIDE ASSOCIATION ATHLONE v. LONGWARRY STH [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

HI VIS RSI DIO ASSOCIATION ATHLON IS V. i.ON'OWAKRY STH This match waa played at Atlilono on Saturday I-iht and ro.Milted ill a win for tliu visitor* by -ii> tuna nml -I wiekvti. Following are llio aeon's : ATHLONK (I. Tread well 28 .J. IJii'iv 0 '! A. Allchin ~i .lulian 10 1 Koi rent 0 I A. Duncan 3 10. Culvert, lint out 0 Wood 0 11. Mallll (i ! Duncan 1 ! Kelly 0 liyts ... ... 12 Total ... ... 75 IiimliiiL' - A. Tolley 2 for'!, It. Pnwuiu 1 for F. Jeiicku 1 for 1, G. Dnwnio l> (or It. LONGWAUUY s'l'H. It. Downin I.'t W lloyartli --.S A. Tollev 21 11, Nt-nf 20 N. Clu'ctlmm 2 G Dmvnio !) K. Jcncko o V. Jencke nut 1 It. Mallett, not out ti Ryes ... ... 10 Total, 7 nickols for ... 124 Bowling-1. Drew 0 for 18, Julian 3 fcr 32, ti. Treadivull 1 for 25, Forrest 2 for 22, H. Mann 1 for 4.

Why Cocoa is the Vegetable Egg. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Why Cocoa is the Vege table Egg. Cocoa can in* compared to n * boouus?, Jtko tlio it contains orything w»-essa.ry ioi t]ir b'iJJ'iiJirr of the onimM body. \V]].'n '»t nrnlyy* r*^con '.<"<-> find it ;» J (.?'" T n>\*U!Hl [<>.>'). An^IV;;!-". t «.-!<-'i : Hint it contn inn ,1 fair I. rr? i1 u of ill'roi;on<)Mr« nutttor in Mi<.* 'fmp« ut' glu'en. n ''fry Innv prnj-ortioM fat, f\ «;.»t'.r? nM«i nn!"Un' <*f :«tai*<*h, so much miiiornl matter, »uid, fin.ilJy, n stl mulnnt «-f It'i n < n 1 lo*I theo bromine Co':'"1;'. in nn cxcollont substitute for ico or coiT-'o, especially to thoco u ho nr«? ovrr-nt Imulatod by those h»>\ -.Tfi-7* . Furo cocoa l.i easily ho r»uro that/ you {jot if pur1*. Avoi'l nil such prepara tions nf in whkh other n n«? oT' liavn bven mixo'l. If yo: l fjfi<*1 that "n" brand of com *lot-u nor nc;rr* wlih you, try nnothor ; until you tuid tho or.o...

LONGWARRY STH V. NTH POOWONG. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

LONGVVARRY STII V. NTH POOWONO. Longwarry .Sth met with t!it-ir iirsl Jefeat of the season in the match hero against Nth Poowong on Sat. lit. Scores :- Longwarry Sth 75. M. Willis 34, A. Tjllev 10. North Poowong-5 wickets for 77-L. Trend well 26, J. Tread well IS.- For Nth W. Pratt and K. Tread well per formed best with hall, whilst for Slh N. Cheethain and G. Downie did well. Afternoon tea was provided by the Longwarry Sth ladies. The following is the draw of the matches to be played on the ground of the first-named club : January 2-1. Lardner v. Longwarry Sth Nth Poowong v. Athlone January 151. Athlone. v. Lardner Nth Poowong v. Longwarry Sth February 7. Longwarry Sth v. Lardnor Athlone v. Nth Poowong Last round r>ame as above but starting on Itth February.

A Homesick Baboo. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

A Homesick Baboo. Tii.- IVn-ali Hal-no is a (Variirv ui Indian life. A parr'ddiv memory !'umiMie.> liiiu with a lui'p' and var ied vocabulary, but as a rule la. has a w-ry ha/y 11«. i i i -11 <»f I i 11 . coi' r<";: us.' i.i Ut" I'ti-li-h idioms viiuh jn.* empb»\j'rcci> in hir> i-"in »-r: af i"ii. Til" re-adt. is inli niirly hum-Tuia-, and adds much to I la.- somewhat .scnnt.y juyn w busi n«"^ 5if-' in ;» tropical rlimat*'. tbe.ul I 'a ?- joined hi- patina in supplica'ion a.-; la.* n t *'t . I his iiiii.V ter's uliic". "I'l-'tecUu' of the i-nor," be ^.ii? 1. tranrlalia^ literally t he hiirhdknvn i >i a-ntal phrases "kindly i;rant the petition of your l.nni!»l«' ^lav«"> tor t-'n da>V leave of abs^ncr from this abominable city on rivnitm. <>f acute hoi:.o-ickae^s." " J * M t l'alhH»," e\pQ^l U latC'I hi.S pu//l.-l master, "how can you bo lnene^ick V Your home is in this ciu . a in' \our parent.'-. wife and ehiMivn ale all uitl- you...

Warragul District Hospital. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 23 January 1914

Warragul District Hospital. MEKTING 0Lr C0MMITTE1 A. meeting ol the bo;p:tnl committee was held at the Shire ilnll on Friday afternoon, when there were present - Rev. Father Roche (president), and Messrs McNeil, Young, \nderson, Harvey and Mihony, Correspondence. W. Pearson, enclosing a cheque for C2.2/.-Received with thanks. Shira of Morwell, stating that coun cil would not at present do anything in the matter of infectious diieases war.).- Received. Kditb RuikIIc, inking committee for lestiuiouial.-To be sent. II. A. llourigau, Garfield, asking for admission ticket'.-Secretary to write. .lindivick Concert Committee, ex exfilaining that concert was postponed owing to death of local resident. Received. Oakden and Dallantyne, enclosing list of work to be attended to by con tractor, and asking if same had been attended to.-Architect to inspect. Sydney Dennett, iu reference to an nual governorship for Miss Kelleher. -Motion. Carnival Committee, recommending Mr P. 11. Trojd for life gov...

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