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COLD INDEED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

(.(II.I) IJNDKF.D. man t'nnnrin sal in t-he lobby of k NVtv York hotel listen ing1 to cold weather yni'ii.s, The:.» \nrns gn\<} very convincing sam ples of the su I'.eriMi; r.nd ImnNhip occasioned by last winter's .excos si\t: cnid. rinnUy llu- t'anadinn and said "Your cold weather \iinis, l;<:UUo nn-n, make n t'aimdinu :>mih\ Yon thin!'. you've had a cold u inter Kasl here, i'ut, up my way. from Inst \o\ember vk'nu through Al;it'ch .* Ife paused, struck" his chair arm uiih hjs Jj.-d, anil said - "From last November clean through to March, our lint water bottles froze >olid in our bed?- every ldeps«-d niyht.."' In a suburban c!e,-t ora 1 c t h*1 Can dida t .> was l>ein^ raucously herM^d, arid, Hintijjh an amiable man ns a nd<-, Ii<« was provoked to the su»j t i'» m 'hat |];e conduct, of o no man in i It* m«*"t m«? at WM whs "If I 'm nn ar-s. ' ronred I hr in t \«i r, "1 here's two .»t' nn here. I I a ! ha !" * . I * \«. notiend...

DATE OF NEHEMIAH'S COMMISSION TO REBUILD JERUSALEM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

DATE OF NEHEMIAH'S COAt MISSION TO REBUILD JERUSALEM. The furls, cullud trntn 44 Tro *c1W»h on l>nn'n*}." 1 «lil*HFljer'f ]><»-ition in tlie matter of the date <>/ Whemiah'.s <v»rn>ins5<i(>jit may be of in ;<-resl I«> our reader*, Hec-ii>i that bo U h-servedly mnsiderd i\h an authority .n 44 Aivhb . .!«>]> I'.xftbvr drew up a ^eheme of ehronolojjy which in commonly 1 illnwi rather f-»r corn'eMfeiice than for ilwohuc acenraey .About a hundred an liftv yearn ap> Hiidiop Lloyd undertook to aflix ruber's dates. to c»\ir Knulinh SSible?5. but in this instance (Neheiniuh'a ?.(iin missii m} !». made a considerable ilter:ifimi, Mibslilutinc another (into of Iiis own, so an lo adapt the reign of Artaxerxes to hit own theory. " This date which stands in our Bible? for the 31th year of Artaxerxes in B.C. Uli. This makes tlie commencement of his reicn B.C. 465; hut. the date fixed l>y Ihe best and mo...

Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

Church News. Ciiiholio Church -Sunday, April 19 - M*8«e«-Wnrr»RUl 9 »nd 11, V.gp.r. 7 Loncwarry 9, Prouin 11. CiiDRon of Ekoi.AKD - 8utid»jr. Uth >pril, Drouin 11 n.m. a°d 7 p.m-i IJOEg* w*rry Sih 2.<G, Kcr. B. T. 8y«r. M KTHOD16T CllORCH - DlOUin 11, Trczise ; Lonpwarrj 11.SO, Longwitry ?south 3, Dri uin 7, Kov. b. Crisp: Bunyip 3 Dr Withington ; G&rlield 11, llunyip North 8. Bunyip 7 30, Hr Drury ; N«erim South 11 ami 7.30, Croisorcr B Mr Muudny ; N'eerim 7.:!0, Mr Uowe ; llukcby 11. Mr I'oskott. . IMtsrtRYTEUiA.s Chu&oh - Drouin H i nd 7, jin.liviek 3, ll«v. H. E. Hunt ; Nc-eriw Junction 11, Sesritn K.iBt 3, Nceriui South 7, Mr McKonzie,

Farmers' Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

Farmers' Co-operation. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Company ' Ltd. is taking steps to enlarge its . capital and to extend the scope of its business by entering upon fire, live stock, and workmen's compensation insurance. O-ving to the rapid of the giain department it. has iieen found necessary to ureal I y increase th« ; company's capital, and a meeting I of sbareholdprs is to he h* Id on i May 1 for the purp t e of uicreas- j in^r the authorise) capital from j £30,000 to £250,000. Nearly th" j whole of the present authorised j number tit shares iiuvt> been taken up, ami there w II he a consider- j ahle amount to be distributed in j bonus shares at the etui of this j year. I; is thus neccssaiy to j have additional authorised capital j in order to make furibei issues of s'lares, and the directors have decided to m^ke the increase fairly substantia), as they con sider that the extra amount will I be required within the next. f«w 1 1^ considerable time I ijecri a ...

To Disinfect a Cowshed. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

To Disinfect a Cowshed. /t is ^'Oud practice when* ii rnnl;i£ioi;s dis--uuH* of any Wind has sninod »jer«ss to t he herd to dis infect, the enli:o stable. in fad, this is olt^n imperative if it do to stamp out. the disease. Disinfection is absolutely necexHnry whor<! tuberculosis lms uaimyl ac ross to the herd. Padletin of AsrieulUirc recent !;,. published i*ivo.<; «i pJnn for disinfect in^r t h** stable* which is valuable for this :ts well rs for .some <-l her discards': 1. Renv>\e al! manure, littor, loose riir', innsp, ro((»»n hnj rds a nd P<THpc the flo^r t-U'JMl. 2. Swe-'p the reilinirs ;«11«I walls fee from cdiiwi'liy. dust. nii'l dirt. . >. Wash lilt- P-i-d bo\^s, manners, bails ami partitions with hot water containing lye of washing powder u, rut the dirt. Scrub all t Iu'Mj objects vigorously wilh a stiff brush. A. Spray th'' walls, ceilings and floors wiili bichloride of mercury solution (1,1 (k.i) ,,p a r> per cent, rnrb...

Council Meetings, 1914. BULN BULN SHIRE, [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

Council Meetings, 1914. BULX Bl'LN SHIRE, Jiii.a ... ... 8 July ... ... 6 August ... ... 3 ... "31 September ... ... 28 NuTeiubar ... ... 2 November ... ... 3* December ... ... 28 Don't otup advi*rtiRin^ just ht'cnuia business is rather BI«»w. 'f you do, i wiP» b&ke ninny h lung day to overtnke thft time lt»M hy neglecting he moat Xi-r-iiSHry mean* for proper publici'y

THE FARM. Burrless Trefoil. A PLANT OF GREAT VALUE TO GRAZIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

THE FARM. Burrless Trefoil. A PI.ANT or n UK AT VAI.RK TO nHA'/JKK.S. Tun Pprrjos of plant* known in <*onnnr>u MMirkp, or more snont i finally, a^ belonging the jynns Medp.-ngo, should appeal to Australian j;ra/iers (says an ar ticle in ..HMq.-ty's The nnme of (bo pl«nt is said to b« de rived ^from t h»* wonl "Mnlikn," I he iifin)*' ijivou hy the (Jrerinn srientisl, Diorrifbv; to o ^rnw, obtained b\ hini from Miilin. Th^ Iptin, how e'-Pr, I'iMiVoy.S but liMIr to t h<» n\orat;o \ ij* I ra lia n ; hut when In* is informal thai lurcn-i' is one of it« n|>f»rjf'S -that, pianf b»'in£ known bo Innj<-n 11\* as Mr-fiic.ifto snt ivn - Unit i nfolium, or clover, is another. nnd that t.h^ro aro about. forty other usnful fodd.r plants boa ring' the snmo ^enorir title. ho will at oijop ^.r«nt Uiat th«' world of agriculture owes a vor.v Iju^i' <IW«l ind«*o»l <o th*» i?r»nus Nimh* i>t" those forty odH spi.n'iVN un» Ausi rti Ijan im tir...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

rxasggs1.:^ ?? n A E90THER' WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married c r Single Women TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR "NERVOUS j CLEMENTS TONIC More than any other thii document, proves the value of thi» great family medicine. "Sunnyiidt, Wallaroo, S.A., 29/1,12. "Having seen in one of your books the names of those benefited by CLEMENTS TONIC, I add my testimony, seeing none like it anywhere. "It might benefit others, as It did mo, when rearing my family. By its use I had the brightest, healthiest children, a boy 17, and three girls 15, 13 and 10 years. Neither knows what earache, tooth ache, or headache is. " i attribute it to nothing but the use of CLEMENTS TONIC, as I am not very strong. I would use it when run down or out of saris, and thon would enjoy the best of health. " All young married women shall use it, as' it is such a grand nervo and muscle strengihener. CSIfnod) Mra. E. STEER." * In cases of Poor Blood Wasting Weak* ne*s. lability, Lo*« of Rest. Poor Ap petite niliousneas, Si...

Houses Without Nails. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

Houses Without Nails. Ill Albert n, Canada, Minn: is n vil la K'' of houses ?which have b*'on eon* stnietod without nnils. As a iijh* Irrnf fnrl, little or no hardware of av^y character hits entered into th'dr construction. Those. houses havo boon built Ivy Kuthcninn inuui grants, nnd their architecture is quite novo). Their first nttempts at house-building are usually of .the kind they hnd been accustomed to over in lSuropc, ;ukI their build ings are of the typical Hutheniuu style-loff» pitch-roofed, thatched, and wide in the eaves. In many eases these building;:; are put up uilbout ;i dollar's worth of hard ware. Kven the door, an alVair of slender twin's woven and bw»*d to K<-ther, swinps on home-made hin ges and is lalrhed with a ui)od"ii hasp. Th<' Moor is of hewn logs, uri nail^d. The roof, .is the fv r>»ii*ii *» Russian roof * In ays is, is a won dtTful faluii' of poles and cross poles, through and over which has 1 n*<-u woven \vh&l...

£500 A YEAR AT NINE YEARS OLD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

£500 A YEAR AT NINE YEARS OLD. f There is a big field for clever children in the cinema film world, and the child actors employed by the big American companies draw rc* in;ir!<aMi' salaries. Tin.' lilllc actress (Tladys who re cently played for the Uiograph Com pany revived JUHi u \ve»%k for h-.*r services. As she is only nine years old the amount is a large one. Most conipani-s em;*loy (wo or throe children. ai;d 'pay (Item well for their s<»r\icrx. The f.ubin loin pany have a whole nursery of kid dies, the loading actor being I luster Johnson, who is only three and a half years old. fluster Ints had several plays written for hint, and he draws a week when working. Mis chief companion actors are Miss Merriettn O'Heck, aged four and n half, and Itrooks iMcCJoskey, aged five. The two latter artistes draw* «£M per week. The Kalern Company hnvo two re markable child actors in* their em ploy. The first, Adelaide Lawrence, is four year* old, nnd her acting is truly ...

No title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

"Tr\ktt m\ n<]vu>', ma'atu--ami I. charge \<>u uutlung lur it. - ? U»n't 1 <» ]/j\v ijj I hir* matlcr. To toll .you t lirr truth, yon Mmply Imv^n'l a to K(a that, is, you h;i\c no rase, at ell, ma'am."

ROKEBY [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

K 0 K K Ii Y On Saturday, 11th inst, a party from Drouin West played a. match against the Rokeby Tennis Club on the local court, which re sulted in a win for the visitors with a majority of ten games. The day was most unpleasant, which made playing hard work. A letter has been received from Hon. J. E. Mackey, M.L.A.. in forming the hall committee that a grant has been allotted them in aid of building fund of hall which sum, added to the £-10 in the hands of the ladies committee ofthelato Fair, will make it nwauiWo u6coasity ill the locality.

District News. [From Our Own Correspondents.] ATHLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

District News. [From Our Own Correspondents.} A T H L O N K . On Wednesday, the 8th of April, the Athlone State school annual picnic was celebrated and a very pleasant day was spent by all present. The committee worked very energetically and great praise is due to them, also to the ladies (especially Mrs VV, St. Ledger Furreat and Mrs W. Sinetliurat), for the way in which they attended to the refreshments. Appended is thr list of races : Hi>y« race. <>ve< 10 y«*rs-Cliva Forrvst 1, Fred C"uIstock Tmn Drc rr 3 Girls ract", ovur 10 years -\li»y TolUy 1, Nancy Meiz^or and »l»y Druiumuiid a tiu Hurdle rnco, boyi-Tom Drew 1, Arnold Mtitz^or 2, £ rod CouUtock 3 Girls raco. oror 10 years-Molly C»l- ? Tort 1, Phillis Ashloy 2, Ivy Druw and Moii'i Ooulatock a '.iu Sack race-E. Jencka 1, D. Calrort 2, S. Drew 3 Girla Calculation mce-I!. Jencke 1, N. MctZjjor 2, C. Kelly 3 Siamcsu rac ., boy a-Tom Draw and Arutiltl Metz^ur 1, E. Jnncku and C. Forrest 2, D. Calvert an...

DROUIN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

1) 1! 0 U I X WEST. Word has been received fJom Mr Mackey, that the Government will contribute £10 on condition that the committee provide £10 for the pur pose of painting the Mechanics' Hall. The dance in aid of the Hall held on Easter Mundav night was a great success, there being a large attend ance. There will not be a Church service on Sunday next,owing to the absence of Mr VV. Young. PICNIC MODEL latest Disc Grama phone in P. Faragher's window; no trumpet required. Casts 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. Advitriisnni-nta »ru lln hugle cull* of he ni.icli ui , the i«aaiu->- "f trade, ato hm«M- f husincai, and p . firerumieis of success. AdvurMHtj l(v i ii.j; Ke 'iniirv ftiid cdu-'i-. us n order to get customers. Conlinuf to . . !>r, «. ek mor» uune, then ymir bur. «s Will p .i gistiaiid |iiu»p.iity will r <uig.

LONGWARRY EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

L 0 N G W AltllY EAST. The annual picnic was held on Wednesday, and was one of the most successful held for 6everal years past. The weather wan fine and there was a largo attendance of residents and visitors froir Orouin and the sur rounding districts. Ererybody ap peared to be thoroughly enjoying the outing. Oames and races were in dulged in during the afternoon, with tne following results : Biiyn under 7 - 0. Bingham 1, C. Pratt 2, Jti. *Val«h 3 ! Girl* under <-L. Ruiz 1, J. Brown 2. J. Hallyburton 3 j Boyn under 10-J. Burnip 1, B. Bing ham 2, E. Linnett 3 Girl« undor 10-M. Bingh&m 1, Hallyburton 2, J. Hallyburton 3 Biijr« undor 12-(J Burnip 1, P. Cuthbortaon 2, J. Hallyburton 3 Girls under 12-E. Bingham 1, D. Llnnott 2, G. Ruiz 3 Boys under It-A Campbell 1, T. Drew 2. W. Fr»tt 3 Girls under 14-M. Drummond 1, M. Hallyburton 2, J. Cuthbort»on 3 Boy»' High Jump, undur 15-G. Ronalds 1, T. Drew 2 Sinjjlt Ludioo' Rich-Min Kelly 1, Mini Kugelmaun 2 Married Muu'a Rnco-...

Drouin Telephone Exchange. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

Drouin Telephone Exchange. 1 Stephen, (J. V. 2 \Yiir.eis, J J 3 (JoUjulwun, C. 4 M*rt >11, W. II 5 Buittir KrcJniy C Hayes1 F.imly Hotel 7 C»8tjy, L). P. 8 Huiuuthoh, A. R. 9 Pfuati and Sons 10 Hamilton, Lurdnor Road 11 Backhouse, Ski* »*»r and Hamilton 12 Shirt« Hull. Drouin (W. Younp, sociotary) 13 Fuhim*nn, W C. UaiVi'Jld 'Id Pakonham 4*1 Nnrrowafron Gd Dundenouq 81 Trctralgon 8d Yarragon 2d Stratford It 4d Morwoll G1 Thui'pdtle Gd Wjtlhulla 8J Huktby 2d Buln t'liln 2d Neeritn 4d N'terim Sth 4d Noerim N. Gd Upprr Moondarra 81 Coalville Gi Barrs 4d Damum 2d Ioim 2d Nui :mrno(iii 3d Pukcnhnm E 4d BurwicK Qd Oiklui^h 8 I Trafalgar 3d Moo 2d Stlo Is Tounsi'ihbio 81 R>scdale Is Brol.irra Gd Jindivick 3d In Nerrim Eaat 3d Nocrim Junc.4d f^fiicer 4d Nariacm Gd Bairnndalu la lOd Lii.doiuiw la 41 N !m;i 2a Orosa »ver 3d

MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

B¥1AKE YOUR D3S fRICT KNOWffl. Concerning po'tio parts i>f the. district iimv. ciiniPH but sflld'ini. Thi* >>? n<>' tin; ftuli i.f the Eilitor, f'ir h« hits n mil hmiIoH!* pnwer nf knnwintr what is 11 |ip-iiintr ill nil tFio pl:uv« in the urea . ( ...nl'iii 'ii. It i? tin1 (unit "f resid f ? i > tho pilunt JIIhcc. ill kiiiim, niftn <-r w mnn Uke (hp ni'it r ,.n hand mid o.m^e the *il<>np« to (!«.? i- ? t no nnn el*P ie dning it fur ynur iii ni11 YOU trv "n the»e lines? 'i «:c .iints of .public anil snciul ev ill v ur tnwn»liip or nniKtib 'r |> iji-h ;i.j wpidinsr?. d-'ith5, accid 'i,-)t*to-vhimr indiiP . 'i r» liit'r nlvu' irra'niriir nr -|1- II ir , il is the Edit..,-- w-rK t:i I . «[le.r thesfl triflas The. barest -k>- t^n i? I'limiuh.

WHO MAKES THE BEST HUSBAND? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

WHO AlAKliS THE liiiST HUSJUND? Girls not out of their teens are »p4 o scorn the idea of marrying the quiet, taid young man. the fellow who plods dong like a cart-horse, at tha biiiuc uiee every day. Tuey prefer somebody vhose brilliance is shown in every word io utters. IS It is just possible that the quiet roung man win niuko the best hufi sand in the world. Of coihx\ he xnt\i 30 stubborn and stingy, and unable tc jam more tliuti JC'2 Ids. or Uii ii week. But, other things coiiniilujt*U, bo ou^ht to make a toiisonably good husband. Then there is the other ono whe rides a hobby, lie-is either an ador able husband or a perfect nuisance. It all depends on the wife's point of view. Some women like to see their hnsbandj around the house as much as possible Others prefer that he attend to th« large affairs of life, and keep out ol tho way at home as much as possible For the former there is the amateui carpenter, who mai.es odd bits of fumi turo ; the lover of flowers, who is novel so ha...

Cricket. ATHLONE V. MODELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

Crickct. ATI-ILONE V. MODELLA. A fritndly game of cricket was played on th« Longwarry Soutli grounJ botwocn the Athlon# and Modella teams. Athlone, who had the services of 11. Downie, W. Hogarth and W. Tolley, had firat use of the wicket and knocked up 104 for : the loss of 7 wickets and then closed tho innings. Modella responded with G for 82. Great interest was taken in the match as it was known that Mr Lugton, one of tho Victorian eleven players, was playing with Modol'.i, but as he had tho misfortune 1 to miss-hit a rising one from Drew; he was dismissed for the small totai J of 11 runs, and everyone was dis appointad to see him have to retire i as some had come a long way to see < him play. Tins OlI'l'SLAND & _NOI IT IIERNjCO-. Dandenong. Ask your grocer for Dandenong Bacon. | Edison's latest Triumph, Blue Am berol Records, four minute, unbreak able, 2s 3d, nnd latest speciu1 speaker , for all four minute records. Call or send for latest lists to P. Taragher,...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 17 April 1914

SECKETS OF A COMPLEXION SPECIALIST. A SIMPLE PRESCRIPTION IIY WUICH A SPECIALIST QUICK LY liES'i'nkEI) IlUNI'liEDS OF K UIN IS L> COM PLEX10 SS. At a ii-cent coiifriviicu "f >pi'ci«lisis mi inteieitinR dn-cii.-.-i'-n t>n.k place ill regard in i lie »ys and mc.ins for lie iutifviiit; and o n T nj,' bod c:-.ti - [ili'iiiiun, mcl th<* expeii* in Una line all u^reed tn tin- great value ..f what i* kiiuwu aiming speciale-l* as FluXniu L tii n. A well known skin and e n - plexion ppecmlist pri'Hent gave some wonderful lUrtiinrc.t uf ca~es where his piitiont-i Iiiih naiurtd ilieir di-liyiiitd u iinpli-xims in in ex<eedinyly elicit time l.y applying 111ilniinii, which con MSls ol Iwn oil nees III ro^e wultir, one ilrnni of 'J'iuelnre lienz in, and twi . <«>eim l.'lowam <>i OM'in, nuil cuii bo prepared l>y any chejiist, many i f nil ui i\l'i'[i u |nu up lundy t..r u.-e undt r Ujl* name ol Fi. xuin L itiun. Hi advised ilie applicat...

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