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WHO MAKEs THE BEST HUSBAND? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
»11U .UAKILS 1HK 11KST UVSJUND? Girls nut out of their teeus a« apt ] o scorn tin* uii»a of marrying the quiet, ; .nul yi)n:»v wan. iho follow who ploda j . &lt;mg ij« cai't-horso, at tlw . tin* ovoo ..»>.. Tney v>refer aomebodi i.r.l.i" . is. «shcwii in ©very -woe* A | U i;f r^s.iMo that tho quiet' .Ais'.v, ui-j- make tho best hu»- j ;\n»l iti ;i=- ,vt"vl. Of courj**, ho maj &lt; wA slinky, and unable U \ mi mui&lt; ... £'-! or £3 a Keelr. ' mil'* . voiittuleioU, he ought ( . on- i;ood husband. I Tnon ».» l»o other ouo whe ? tiles a . rh» is cither an ador- \ ,1r )m.-h;isul mi * perfect numance. It \ i on Llic wife's point o! vi«w I like «o sue their husband* \ oimci I h»> Jum1^ much as possible 1 unci's mvtor that ho attend to th&lt; j »r*>> auau> f»f lifo» and keep out oJ \ uiT wivy at iin.iu- as much as possible 1 .«\>r r.ho former Chore is the utnutcut r"rrprnt«r.^' «&lt;W tot* oC fumi ', uro . tlie lnvm -ot-tli'Wfis,...
A DOSE OF L[?]UDANUM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
DOSE OF I- .ODANUM. Sir Coniio Dojlv, on Intuit unkt-il wli> 1 'it: rsyo up the practice of uiedicinr. , replied that it ivab too hard v,ork,-aui related a Btocy. The doctor's first ca I ukjV placo Oil a cold January mid- , tiight:- I l"he jangle of the door-bell woke nw roni a sound sleep, hikI, shivering and | vuwtiing, I put my 1't'ivd out of the wtu- I low and said : "Who's there?" " Doctor," said a voice. " can you .0:110 to Peter Smith's house at oncer lis youngest f?irl lias took a dose ol audanum by mistuko for paregoric i tud we're afraid she'll die." -All riflit. I'll come," I said. I dressed and trumped threo mile hrou;;h the cold and wet to Smith'* tx- on my way I fell 011 the icy puv&lt; 11. lit, and once my hat blow oil, am I .ias half an hour finding it. Final! I iv.-ieliod Smith's. The house was dark -1shutters all closed-not a light. ] ang the bell. No answer. At last u lead stuck itself gingerly out of the .vindow in the third story. "Bo you Dr. Doyle?" ...
"THE KINGDOM OF GOD IS NOT MEAT AND DRINK, BUT RIGHTEOUSNESS AND PEACE AND JOY IN THE HOLY SPIRIT"—ROM. 14:17. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
..THE KINGDOM OF GOD IS NOT MEAT AND DRINK, BUT RIGHT EOUSNESS AND PEACE AND JOY IN THE HOLY SPIRIT"-ROM. 14:17. Thin Mfttement by the Apostle h*a Iff n grievously misunderstood and mi« onstrued bv (oinf, and interpreted to that tlie Kingdom of fioo is not a rul Kingdom to come, with Jesus :vs the ling, tlie Cliureli as the joint-lieira in lie Kingdom, and the world as the ?;bjcets, to bless, mle and uplift during :>r Millennial Age. It if used to oppose Mb thought, the claim being thai hen the words Kingdom of God are -ed throughout the Scriptures they vrsiifv in>t a real Kingdom but a ruU .l' righteousness, joy, peace, in the . carts of believers. This is a serious Misinterpretation of the Apostle's h '"trlit. His argument may be pnra .*&lt;r:&lt;-»-&lt; 1 thus: Abstain, dear brethren rom the use of your liberty in Christ 'n-rever _v .v of smother or W*o hip mfrntice in any manner. Consider .t the wlvnntiigt* of Wing ? jntr&lt;l it! u.« nieniW...
DATE OF NRHEMIAH'S COMMISSION TO REBUILD JERUSALEM. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
DATE OF NRHF.AUAH'S COM MISSION TO RF.BU11.D JERUSALEM. Ttie following farts, culled [ruin " Tre gcltcs on Daniel," regarding Vnslicr's IKisition in tlie matter of tlie date of Neheiniah's commission, may be i>f in terest to our readers, peeing that- lie is deservedly considerd as an authority on chronology. " Archbishop Usslmr drew up a pchcme of chronology which is commonly follows', rather for convenience than for absolute accuracy About a hundred an fifty years ago Bishop I.lovd undertook to allix Dasher's dates to our KnglUh liibles, l)iit in this ir>5ta»ce (Nebemiah's commission) lie made a considerable alteration, substituting another date of his own, so as to adapt the reign of Artaxerxes to bin own theory. "The date which stands in our Hibles for the IXHh year of Artasierxes is I!.G. tlf>. This malccs the commencement of his feign li, C. 46!>; tmt the date fixed by tlie beet and most nearly contem porary historian will put the matter iti a different light. Thuey...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. If you wont, to ho.it a ilnt-iron in* your roi)in, a tin plato over t h»' ( will enable \ oil to tin; ; iron t wico as quickly. . Sc'-'rc!j-iii,n*ks iin linf-n ;nay be ic !ino\od by rubbing .'rcsh-cut onion, ; the garment bointr afterwards soa^'d iu rold water. lya^poonful of jjrnnutntcd r-utjnr nn&lt;l 1 *. iiv'^aP. IT this &lt;lofv'. not. ufiord \ instant ndief, repeat rho dose. ! "When boiling any kind u; ^rroii>. . use sup\r in pla«'e of soda, w 1;i. . 1» ;iri\"s tlv* irr^ens u much better tin - | vniir, but. th«\y then ivpiit'e a little ; b .nis'r-i' ronKiu^. To keep tin: ^lii'*' &lt;&lt;f an cr f ;*i »mi leaWnjr t yof|c and s&lt;*a » t &lt;-fi u-_r .ab"Ut in t h'* water, lake a s,M,ui 'and Mir tin* uaf.-r rapidly r&lt;'i,nd :.»/* : ;I few &lt;.'(?' >nds, thru drop t !i>* eey ' in (fie "hole" in Jin' ivjiir" 1 >>i the whirlpool formed by t he rapid Wrcular >nMli'»u «>f llio si'...
WILL LAST FOR CENTURIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
WILL LAST FOK CENTUli JES. From time to timo discussions arise n« to the probable duration of our caul supply. Questioned on the Bubject recently, nn expert gave it as his opinion that ::t fiie present rate of consumption it would last at least 350 years longer, men if the mines arc not carried tt; a lower depth than 4lrtK) feet. As, however,- it is regarded as probable that mining can he carried on at a considerably lower depth, this period may he much extended. Apart from this, however, tho authority pointed out that as time uoes on we shall grow far more econo mical in our use of coal than at pre sent, as discoveries are being made and utilised in the direction of obtaining the maximum of hont from the fuel. In this connection ho referred to th« enormous waste of heat that takes 'will' ""Ihovltn'fcjy "give :pIaco to 'more tciontific contrivances, thus adding groutly to the timo tho coal will last.
A Nursery Chair. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
A Nursery Chair. Thi'* nnrsr.M-y rhnir i:; s'irh n simple &lt;'&lt;in' riv;in&lt;-o ;tn'l .'.&lt;> nswul tha*. tlu' \u>u&lt;!&lt;t is no «mk* thought. »>f it till iiuw, A Wi'innu ti;i - Hp; &lt;T-"llt of invent ini; it.. -Tim rhuir with t w«» (irttv.'-i h t, n »«»nt.*un ;i\l tlinl \r- urrcssary in «h*&lt;'-"in[s linliv. Tlio tlraw'TM iir'! &lt;livi«lr»l int'» pnrt m»m t s to lmlil Ui»! safety J'ia:*, j'n\v«l'«r v,l«nf humikorchk-is;, brush ... ....': ? ;v:rjI l;[v;U ly sinit-liiy the »:ti.1 wliat. tr\in£ &lt;«p*'rnti«»n »»f dre-sin^ ;i I'r.ict Ioii.s hal-y, ami SiV. e n'TS'* "r mother much unnecessary U'ouMe. Th&lt;' nursery chair is so simple ol* censtnicU'tii that th-"*re is no rea son why a hnn'Iy man .sh&lt;»ul&lt;i m»t a'lapl one for hoiis&lt;-hoUl r.S'* t.1 ut &lt;u a common l^iteh'T. chair. one oi ill*' s^iiurt', (.?M-fasHi'mc'l kiii't. It will U- l...
HAPPY INSTINCT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
HAPPV INSTINCT. .r«n i &lt;. ag(V. a certain farmer. II Uiunvn for his riolonb temper I "ofrta S° n'0r tho II'' had bought a horso, «-hi«I, tho Jen.er had guaranteed to be " .o ride and drive," and IK- now so'ml.i fo twiner tho amouut p;,id for ti uniiiiiW. In stating his case, Farmer Hothead Inst his temper more than onre. j,"(| had to lie frequently admonished b\ the jndce. (.no of the witnesses fnr th* &lt;!«»fonnv i fonurr nn'iior &lt;»T tho horso in &lt;jue* .ion. 'l&lt;v!arc.l that tho animal wtu " without vico." "As rttTaiiiHt that." obsorvod th&lt; " ^.irrnor Hofhorul aborts tlinf .he animal is r»rin?m - that it ran .vav and Gmnnliod his trap to aplin .' «nM thn trifnoss, "7 ...... ? .?'. '...&lt;. hWiovod thai hf» wonhl . .(t'iv from anvhr»»:v hn* «.. !'vo soon of tho r>'aiutiP I ff »»'.k it IikoTv ho &lt;l;'l rn« .>ml 'nvv mo if I ran Mnm«* th&lt; . - ' ft vice, though; it v« a iusjipv in«t»'»rt ...
MINCEMEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
MINI' KMKAT. Three large lemons, three large tart cooking apples, ^lh. stoned rnisia--, 111). currants. 1 ll>. fun *ly-chopped hef .suot, }lb. m&lt;>Wt su^itr, l«»/" minced candied peM, or.«> trill rum or brandy, two tnbh'spoonfuls orange marmalade. Method.-&lt;lrale tin* rind uf the Wiams", S'iunr/0 out the juice, nnd si rain into a. hasim P.nil the re mainder of the lemons in \\yal»'r un til tender onun^h t&lt;&lt; jm 1 j». I>ake the apples nml pulp them als". Add tlie remnininj; in^redmnt s to the lrrst. pulp, and mi:&lt; them all to irethor. Pill tli«. min&lt;'etii&lt;Mt into jars, onv»T e.-mh cl»>r.rly wjthpnrch merit pnp»'r, and in: up- Ke^p in a rool l»ul. dry pine, and us'j an required.
CHRISTMAS PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
t: 11 m S'TM A S pUyDTNG. UUj. rulsim;, currrvutM, 2\b. /Ton?v- i»ih. Ito.'i". .surt (chooped fmelv) Hit. Jirc/KJertiiiib.*;, *|.v trenele, one tcuspoonful Method.-Warm tlio treacle and iuIiI to it a pU of milk. .Mix this with all the other ingredients thor oughly, the fruit bciiii;- carefully pre- i pared previously. Pour the mix- , ture into greased l»asins or moulds, I and boil from four to six hourti.
PRACTICAL PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
PRACTICAL PROOF. A young collier with literary aspira* inns cot)tied b buxom mill lass, who refused for a long time to believe that he was really in earnest. But one morning she turned up at the mill with & smiling f/ice, and surprised her friends by proudly announcing her engagement. "Then you're goin' to risk it, Sal, although you believe that he'll grow tired of you somo day," remarked on© of her companions at tho loom. " There's no risk about it," tho girl cereuely answered. " I know ho lov&lt;»y mo now... I didn't believe him when he ..aid he'd go through firo an' water for me. or walk over hot plough-shares, or throw hisself under tho foet of wild houses, 'eo* 1 knew he'd got all that lort of rubbish out of n book. But when he dropped t-alkin* poetry, an' said he'd wll his dog and buy a Sunday hat wi' t'inouey if I'd only wuik out wi' him, I knew ho meant business."
Ladies' Column. WONDERS OF A SMALL FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Ladies' Column. » WONDERS OF A SMALL FRI;IT. In It not obvious that the fruit which given character to such n noblo preparation 119 the Christmas pudding must bo something nioro tlinn ordlnnry ? T he Christmas pii'l'lint; nf the Tiritiaii Isles is world-famous-find justly so. Ima gine what it, would bo like without currants. The mere suggestion mnkoa line shudder ! That fn 1110 us institu tion owrs its fine fiuvonr to tho presence of currants. Other u oil known sweets similarly indebted are the mince-pie, tin* liccles enke, tho currant cake, and a host of others. A jjonerul principle that holds pood in all circumstanccs is that where thoro are currants there is sweetness-and what a sweetness, what a charming, caressing ilavour is in tho fruit I Of course tho use of the fruit is most beneficial to health, to say nothing of the eco nomy of it. The following season able roeipps have been specially pre pared by a leading expert in do mestic cookery *
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Football. A mooting of delegates of the Drouin Football Association was held at Hayes' Hotel on Wednesday evening. Delegates wore present Irom the Longwarry East, Athlone, Drouin, Lardnor, Drouin West and Longwarry Southcl uba. The follow ing office hearers were elected :-President. Mr F. McGorlick; Vica-Prpsi dents, Messrs J. Turner, J. Olsen, H. Peltit and W. M. Miller; Sec retary and Treasurer, Mr W. Ainsworth. It was decided that the Association be ro-formed, the entrance fee being fixed at 10s. It was agreed to play the matchos on Saturdays, the first of which is to be played on 9th May. The Secretary was instructed to invite applications from persons willing to act as umpires. The King Parrot Hotel, Drouin South, was chosen as the delegates' place of meeting, it being the most central plnce for the delegates. The Longwarry Football Club ; has decided to enter the Central Gippsland Football Association. Several players from adjoining towns have announced their in tention of pla...
Our Convicts. DRAWN FROM TWO TYPES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Our Convicts. M;AU.\ KK'.OI TWO TYI'K.-;. ' 'riminap. may I f* i|ivid-d into t *a o cla-s--.. M,ui\ ii.ru are to tie found it* the &lt;':* 1111:: i;»! ran!,.1; ul!u>( th"u^h «.&lt; "i.'.l .1 M t ];, j)i am! - njj. of aro rrimiji.il-, at heart, but fall iu ? crime i' '11 u mi «U ' - i i; i J", i;' f . "f. The; a re t . f* t *-il cnvi t Ul"&lt;". ,.f t, ? j' 111 ? .'', ill lli a tt'l | r:. .; 11 ?: . >. 1 o ,,| jwrsu M-.uiy * A vluv.v \.ro f ./or are inca;M»* of m nj^^U/iy adverse cirrmmd aiires, awl, ccti.se 1111'M11ly, fall to I he first iemplaUon t hat K Hut'Iv In satis;"/ th"ir pre:,s int: re^uireai.-ni s. Although I h&lt;.: &lt;* ar-- many whoso first fal! from i h« . path of ivc* i l nde is due t-« mi-.for um\ ther*- arc others \\)in Jia'.e either del i! M'i'a t e|y or continued in a &lt; ri!>*i ha! litV &lt;hojce. Numbers have (H.cii brought lip in aa atmosph»_'v! itf i rime, iiin!, lil.tr others wiiu ] i.aw: t l&...
Cricket. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. DROUIN V. NARNARGOON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
I -. ' Cricket. i WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. DKOUINV. NARNARGOON. Tl.o Drouin ttam journeyed to Narnargoon on Saturday to complete tlieir matcli, which ended in Narnar goon abandoning tlio match at the closo of the day's piny, when they had seven wickets down for 131 runs. Drouin compiled 298 runs, of which Born contributed 82, Harper 79, and Dvall 70. For Narnargoon Blayney made 7G, Reid 17, and Menzies 11, these being Jhe top scorers. The fol lowing were tho scores: DROUIN. Corn, c, I) Biiwit-y 82 Tri'auli «r, 1) U>rn.-y 12 c Smith b BUnoy 70 Dyatl, c Meiiziea b Linuuy 70 I'»i ry, b llbirny 5 Tolluy, b C*m»y 0 Bunce, b BUney 1 H i(lli y, b Carney 0 Pftlit, b Bhuioy 12 Willii, b iiWney 8 Ciisp, nut out 2 Sundries 27 Total £98 B wlini! Blnnry 7 for 95, WiUnn 0 L'.',, ji';.':V'.V 'ul or''i&s" liick Iu>usm"6" f,ir 24, Doum 0 fur 30, It,-id 0 for 13, Gtoit; 0 for 3. NARNARGOON. Bluynt'j, b Willis 7(3 Campy, tun out 0 liri ij;, c, b Tii'aclilei 7 Muitgiea, c, b Tii fohlur...
To Prevent Accidental Poisoning. AN INGENIOUS "CORK" FOR POISON BOTTLES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
To Prevent Accidental Poisoning. IXOKNKJCS "COniC" VOTl POISON I;OTTl.KS. IloxiH Uist rossinit misadventures I by poison brings to ntiiHl that ninny &lt;~]ovor pnrvplo have b^xi for years : iryinK t° a mrnns of pro* j vont itig mishaps. i Mnuy clover do\ icon haw 1 >0on pat (Mile) to minimise 1 ho of fu-'i dctilal poisoning, but either owintf to t Ju« dilliculi ios (.a* placing tho in vention sueo'.ssfully (from tlx* finan cial point of vie1.'.) on Uie market, or for homo oliior reason, of th&lt;"se devices lias over yrX been takon up. llul nt. hist a po.-^ibl-j solution of (he problem lias boon achieved. The N'MTul of its future success lies in its simplicity. Th*: device i ' merely a tiny hrass plate, fastened to any cork, will: two hides indent ed in snrh n way that the pressure of its "teeth" on the fintrers would remind the drowsy or the most careless person that. the poisou hott h- was 1 u? i11ui handled. I'ixCtl between the eork unci the spiked hrass is u r...
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Market Reports. H. R. Palmer rep »rfc« *a follow# : - Vegetablea-Tutlca cap*, 3* to 4a per d a«:u ; pumpkin*, 3\ to 8a p«r doz ; parsnip*. 2a por d«z hunches ; c*rrot«, 1» (J1 per doz bunch** ; citpuia. 4* to 9t per doz : French buana, 2£ I por lb ; green pe*«, 2id per lb ; appl#«, 2« 61 to 3* per c.tat* ; [ifara, 2* 6J to 3« per ci*© ; tomntoua 'jjr*M«n), 4i Gd porcine; quincoa, 4i Gil per CAao ; paaaiou fruit, 3* por doz; «-s^!\ la GJ por doz ; buitur, la to la Id p«r lb. Poultry - Duck*, 2t Gd to 3n Od pvr ; pullets, 3d to 3« 3d pur ; rooa*era 2s to 4* p*ir ; hens, 2i to 2i fli pur. Furniture utid aundriea at satisfactory prieea.