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Farmer's Co-operation. GIPPSLAND AND NOUTHERN COOPERATIVE SELLING CO. ENLARGING ITS CAPITAL. CO-OPERATIVE INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Farirer's ! Co-operation, i GIPPSLAND AND NOUTHKUN CO OPERATIVE SELLING CO. ENIAHClNG ITS CAPITAL. CO-OPHRAT1VK INSL'HANCK. The wonderful success of tin; - .Gippsland and Northern Oo-op&lt;'i ;t!iv&lt; '"Selling Coy., which has increase-! its annual turnover from I.2T7.0(i!l : in the first year to L j in it&lt; seventh year. lias encouraged the ; .directors to .stiil fu.ther enlarge t..e ?capital of Ihi' c )!n,:iiuiy to L25!).00>». ! 5r> Older that t io co-operative trans- . notions of (lie c.i ii ianv may b\' ex tended over a \vi ier field and so ; ?crabrace larger profits. ' In referring to this matter t':e ?"Argus" says:-"the company is biking steps to enlarge its cipilal and to extend the scope of its bus iness by e utering upon /ire, live stock, and worktnens' eoupensafo.i insurance. Owing to Ihe rapid growth of the grain department, it . luis been found nece'-sary to greatly increase the company's rapi a', and a meeting of shareholders is to be Id...
SMART ROY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
NURSE ENURES, of Burbon Street, Eundaborfl: (Q.), writes: *' I was so ill I longed for the hour when I would be at peace." Read her letter: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until two yean ago 1 followed my profession of LADIES NURSE, residing then at Ml. Perry. Overwork brought on a TO i AL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by several doctors, but grew worse, and became so low and suffered so much that I despaired of ever being well again; in fact. ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR: and, indeed. I ONLY L.ONGED FOR THE HOUR WHEN I WOULD BE AT PEACE. A friend, who was most per sistent in her efforts, finally made me IrV Clements Tonic, AND IT PROVED MY SALVATION. Four bottles saw me up and about, and now, although well advanced in years, [ am strong and active, and well able to look alter the business I have. 1 ATTRIBUTE THAT ENTIRELY TO CLEMENTS TONIC. AND WOULD HE PLEASED IF YOU WOULD MAKE USE OF THIS LETTER. (S;R.iec». NURSE LINNJCRBHDG, of 3 Dudley Street, Porth, W.A., 'says C...
Roosevelt Story. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Roosevelt Story. .Many k,,0,1 stories n.rc told in Mr. recciiLi.v: ' . .. - . Mr. K&lt; u&lt;ncv»»U wisho'l fo i*n t?x-Uutij;1iri(lcr marshal of u Kocl y Mountain hut fir:,-!, (juc^tionctl him as to his past. ".Vow, Hrn," nskpfi Koosevclt t "Junv &lt;1 ii 1 you lov; thai haH of ycwr '*nr Tn which, looking rather shy, l>cn iv.spomh^] : - '.Well, I 'ili.Ji1 '1, il was hit off." "H'nc &lt;)i«f it )>;iJ»»»'Mi "'.Wll. YOU s&lt;"1, I v.'ii.> st'i,t l&lt;» ai r«-st .j «;r)i I n, ajx) : m t i t ami iin1 j r i i \ c f 1 it up ;IIM) h«.' hit (H my imi1." '"What .!;&lt;! \ o" ihi lo Hi" ixn\ih :aan. lien V Ail'] 1 !»-n, iiiniT city than c-.-r, r&lt;'S|Mii]r|c(l ; "WV1I. I',,],uH, we hroke iiltitiil
Church News. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Church News. Catholic Church-Sunday, April '26 MAFFCB-WIUTKKUI 9 ami II, Yaspera 7. Neerim Ko:th 9, Neerim South 11. CHDKCH OV ENGLAND - Sunday, 26th >pril, Drouin 11 A.m. and 7 p.M., IJrandy Creek 2.45, HOT. B. T. Syer. METHODIST CHURCH - Drouin 11 UNCI 7, Longtrarry South 3, Mr Diury ; Garfield 11, Bunyip' 3, Lon&lt;;warry 7.30, ltcv. B. Crisp : Duuyip 7. R Trt.nise ; Neerim South 11, Neerim East, Neerim 7.30, Mr Kowlanda ; Friday-Nterim East 8. Mr Rowlands PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - Drouin U and 7, Drouin South 3, Kev. II. E. Hunt; Naerim South 11, liokcby 2.30, Neerim Junction 7, Mr McKcnzie,
Why There Ara No Pure Races. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Why There Ara No Pure Races. The old idea was that. a rare gained in vigour by its purity of strain, says Pr. Wmuls llutrhin son. This in a *].*]:ii>>n, uml the purer a race strain is the vigorous tin* members of the race will he. There is no such thing as a pure race. K\ery race on lln1 face of the earth has been mixing with dlh'Ts for thousands of years. "The mixing of races add:* Co vigour, pro v of course, the two strains ha\e good I>11>c>fI. There is no such tiling as an "older race." W'e in llritain arc as old as any people in the worhl, only under a diiYcront en\ironni'-nt. Mixing of races is going on as constantly all over the world, hut more particularly in t h&lt;» newer countries. The region* where there is the most, mixing of races are the regions thai produce the greatest men. There is no known .standard of ra"cj purity. One race merges with all ot her a mi is r.-la t e»] to it, r.u-entlv or remotely. '1/110 mixing jrohiif on i,j ln-iiiC M«.rUo,l ...
Divorce Court. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Divorce Court. Befoie Mr Justin; Cussen in the Practice Court on Wednesday, James Samuel Alluhin, aged 29 years, of Poowong, sawmillor and contractor, sought divorce from Minnie Beatrice Allchin, aged 27 years, of Walwa, oft tlie ground of desertion. Tho marriage took place on August 27, 1907, and there was one child, K:;hu''rj;Ub'cu'",io" m-';r wii)\ tin, ~ in 1910 she went to W';i/\va on a visit to her fathsr, and had since refused to return to him. Mr Manchester ap peared for tho petitioner. A decree nisi was granted.
Good Stories of Bench and Bar. SIDE OF FORENSIC LIFE THAT SELOOM SEES LIGHT. HAWKINS—GRANT[?]—DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Good Stories of Bench and Bar. Kir>K OF KOKEXSIC MKE TIT.V SKLHOM SF.KS I,[CUT. HAWKINS-i;i! A Nil I \ M - DAY. Some new and int erest in£ anoc* dotes of the Ilerirh am! Har are con tained in a volume published b> Mr. (Jrant Itielmrds, which. edited and compiled by .Mr. Arthur II. Kntfollmeh, is prriucrd by Mr. V. K. Smith, K.C., M.T. One reminisrence is of the late Sir Krnnk l.uckuood. \\hov«' cr&lt;iss examinations usrd to be such a d&lt;v light in the .Junior liar. H con cerns that famous counsel's first brief upon which he appeared for an oflicinl liquidator of a company who.s consent, had to bo obtained before the Court u'ould part with Uu fund. I.oekwood was instructed to ronsent, and his fee was to lu three guineas on the brief and one 'or consultation. The petition cntne in due course before Lord Komilly, and wa.&lt; nuuli' plain to him by counsel for the petitioner, aiul still a littk' plainer by counsel for the princi pal respondent. Then up r...
MOTIONS WHICH POISON THE BLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
MOTIONS WHICH 1'OISON THJ BLOOD. It fa strange to reflect thai tSa aero emotions should have a Mriom ?IFcet on tho blood. Yet it is said lnger, fear, anxiety are among tbt_ ..motions or sentiments which literrtllj" .loison our blood. It has. often been said that evil thoughts are poisonous, ;he meaning being that tliey corrupt jthcr people, but tho real fact is that :hey poison our own bodies Natural ists uow declaro that tho venom el makes iB generated by anger and fear, and that it is collected in a special re ceptacle, and thcnco discharged at tin object of its anger or fear; and it it further explained that the same pro :ess takes place in the human body, but that wo have no special organ to receive it, and it therefore disperses in the blood, acting against ourselves in stead of for our protection. Be that us it may, it is generally conccdod that we aro literally poisoned by the orno tione mentioned, and by any «enti* merit or passion which ups«U tin . uiooth working t>i our...
WITHOUT SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
WITHOUT SL.EJEP. Th« capacity of the great Napoloo* for going without sloop ir well known, but oven luj had to succumb at time* to the need for rest. Indewi, it is a notorious fact that no human being ?a.n survive without occasional pcriodi jf nU'cp, .Nevertheless, there .b living to-d.tv a man of whom it is 6tnted on good authority that he has not slept a min ute for ton years, and y&lt;st retain® his health and panitv unimpaired. His 6tory is that twelve years an he was engaged in photographic wont, to which he devoted himself with BUCIi teal and enthusiasm that for several days'and nights he took no rest. Then insomnia set in. and, becoming alarm wi, he consult**! physicians. Their ad vice, however, proved unavailing, and then came tho discovery that the losi of sl(*ep had produced no ill effect*. His brain and nerves remained unaf fected, his apatite good, and ho w&« , actually increasing in weight. i1 Since then his case has excited | Tent interest amongst medic...
Wedding Bells. WATSON—HIGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Wedding Bells. VV-ATSON-HIGGS. Holy Trinity Church of Eng land, VVilliamstown. was the sceno of a pretty wedding on Thursday, '2nd April, tho contracting parties bomg Mr Jnmus Watson, of Tarago, son of Mrs J. VV.itson, Franks ton (la to of Dronin West), and Miss Eva' May Higgs, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. liiggs (late' 6F-- Drouin). Tho brido, vrlio was given away by bar father, wore . a white embroidered voile gown, wreath of orango blossom and hand-worked veil, and carried a shower bouquet of whito dahlias, a2aieas and forn, gift of the bride groom. The bridesmaid. Miss Dorothy Higgs.woroa pale blue silk poplin- drees trimmed with velvet and hat to match. She carried a bouquet of brown dahlius and fern and wore a ruby pendant (gift of the bridegroom). The bridegroom waB supported b;- Mr S. Higgs as beat man. After the cercm >ny the wedding party left in taxi-cabs for the residence of tho h ide's parents, where the breakfant was served. The usual toasts were honored. The happy cou...
Federal Issues. THE GOVENOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
I Federal Issues. | THE QOVENOR'S SPEECH. Through the Govenor's speech, for which they are responsible, Ministers have hurled 11 direct challenge at the Opposition. As to tho policy which they have pursued sinco they took office, tho friends of Mr Cook and his colleagues may differ, as friends do whatever course those in authority adopt. But all Liberals, no matter what their own pre possessions or interest, will admit that Ministers deserve the credit given to those who having put their hand to the DIOUKIi refuse to look hack. A* soon as Labor made ir clear that it would not allow Parliament, elect.fid in 1913, to do any useful work, ihe Government devoted its energies to tho one great end, tho securing' of a double dissolution at the earliest possible moment. Under the hard'and fast Party system which it thrust on a reluct ant Commonwealth, Labor can not allow tho Ministry to do any good which may bo preventod or delayed. Every serve) wh'ch Liborals do Australia strengthens I thei...
MAKE YOUR DISTRICT KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
ftflAKE YOU?! DISTRICT KFflOWft. Concerning so'ne purts nf tin* distrc nows cumc." but i-eld'Hi>. This is n it the futilt &lt;.! tlie Editor, for ho lias n mir.ieiiloiis [n.wer nf kmnviiitr winil i IiippeniiiK in all I lie places in the iiren of ciriMilnii in It is the limit »f rc.-i(l ens in tin* silent places. Will fnim man ur w>mun tnl;e the niatier n hand »ud cause the silence t. ceu-c If no erne else is doing it for your district, ftill i OU try un these lincH 7 Send iiccnnts (if public nnd s»t:inl events in yntir tmriiship or neiyhh .r h i. d, tiicli as weddings. d-'utlf, accid ents. concerts, mutters tourliin^' indn trie-. e'c. I) i in I n -1fier uli mt ir »i spelling , n is the Kditui'- WJ-rlt1- t 1 . ik after th^e t? ifl TIk- Imrest skelet' itj- i'ii it. h. Wute. o;t...'itie Mile nf thr p*p-*r oul\. Gi»e ii|fnrmati 'ti, hut let.&lt;ritici-m' nlnlip. " . _iVxit« yntir name in .&lt;..me c rner nut fi>r priulinx, liut to protr (ji.iid fnitli.
JINDIVICK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
JINDI VU K. The annual nicotine; of tlio Jindi Yick Football Club was held on Saturday night last when a fair at tendance of members was present. The Prosidont, Mr Ilolt, occupied tlio chair. The Secretary, Mr I1. Wise would, read the minutes of the last annual meeting which were con firmed. The balance-sheet was then read and adopted, showing a credit balance of £5 14s 1 Od in the hands of the Secretary, who was highly com mended for the business-liko manner in which ho had conducted the duties of his office during the past year by all present. The chairman thanked the members of the club for the unanimous support accorded him during his term of officc also the Secretary and office-bearers, and hoped the club would bo successful during the ensuing year, as the members were acknowledged to be in every sense of the word-sportamen like fellows. The meeting then pro cteded to elect its committee and office-bearers For the coming season .with the following results :-Presi dent, Mr W. Ho...
District News. ATHLONE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
District News. [From Our Own Correspondents.] A T II L 0 N E . On Easier Monday niijht the mom- | bers of the Lardner Cricket Club held an enjoyable arid successful dance in the hall. The c]ub wmi tho premier ship of the Riverside Association, and a'l til'' competing clubs in tho Asaoci aiion were repri'sonti'd During: the e> "'tiinp two trophies, donated for tho best bowling Hverano and the best butting average, were presonted to the successful winners-both of whom wi>rp member.* of the Lardner club. Tho President (Mr Bingham) present ed -i Kold medal, Mutably inscribed, to Mr R. Teese for the best hattinc aver age-an average of 25 rune. Mr J. Drew, of Athlone. m?de the presen tation of a pretty medal to Mr R. S'ockdule, the winner of the best bowling avetace Messrs Binpham, Drew and Hogarth complimented the winners of the trophies on thoir suc cess. and congratulated the Lardner Club on winning the premiership, re marking that the matches had been played in a most friendly s...
Correspondence. (We do not hold ourselves responsible or nor necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents.) THE ALGAROBA FODDER BEAN-TREE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDEPENDENT]. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Correspondence. (We. do not hold ourselves respon sible or V"'- Jiecexsa rily endorse the opinio"* ej-/)ressci/ Ihj eor resjH'ndent-iJ ?/./IK ALGAIiOBA li'OODJSIt HEAM-TD ra m. ' ' ° IKDBI'ENDE.Vl'i. Sir,-This tree (Prosipis juli flora) is a beautiful shady-over green growing to the height of 30 to 40 feet. It is a wide spreading tree, much like our wattle, and can be raiBed easily from seed in any kind of soil, if planted in the Spring or Summer months ; and requires about two years to bear. It flowers twice a year, giving abundance of honey, and two crops of beans. These mako the finest food for horses, cattle, pigB and poultry, and according to analysis are most nutritious. They are said to contain up to 20 per cent of grape sugar, 17 of starch and 11 of protein and other valuable ingredien's. This tree is a native of Chili, S. America, whore immense quantities of these beans are gathered each season, and on three estate# alone 15,000 bags are stored annually. It also produces a ...
Drouin Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
Drouin Progress Association. The annual meeting of the Drouin Progress Association Vas held in the Shire Hal) on Friday last when there was a fair attend ance of members. Mr D. P. (President) occupied the chair. On the motion of Messrs Hayes and Morton, it was decided to re form the Association. The Secretary stated that he had interviewed a number of the business people, and had received the membership fee (2/6) from 16 persons, and was in hopes of securing a membership of ovor 30. The election of officers for the ensuing year was then proceeded with, with tho following result: President, Lient.-Col. G. V. Stephen; Vice-Presidents, Messrs J. Pease and W. C. Fuhrmann ; Secretary and Treasurer, Mr C. W. Parry ; Auditor, Mr F. Mc Gorlick. The ratiring President, Mr Casey, on vacating the cl air thanked members for the courtesy extended fo him durinj; bis torm as President for liio pn.st two iiiid oxprcsHod VVIHIJ tlmt the same good ieelinK would bo extended to his successor. It was ag...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
WHY HA HI FALLS OUT. THE CAUSE-D ITS PRE VENT ION. , DR. N. DUG LAUD. Your liair falls out either because the ro>.ts slnivel up and die, m because tliu bcb1]I teluves and In 'sens its h Id U|»-n the li air ronii1. Thin i.i iiliinsl in var .hiv it|)n t&lt;> dandruff iienn* which rob the hair of its nutrition, actually starving it to death stup fxl'inj: li»ir ninl piereut t Inl «-r partial Inld st.-i1 [!ie ilniidr'ill (.'arm inii-t be de stroyed. F. r this purpose. physicians *11(1 liair specialist)) n v inrnriahly pre sciibi! a 1 ti"ii &lt;Muip"M-tl , f ^ drum menthol cry talc, 3 mince." of bay mm, »nd i.ne urnce "f laYnna d" cmp ^ce. Rub well inLw the ?clp with the linger tips, ami erery dandruff geun will l»» de>tr .y d within tw . or three dnr>. The liair trill *tnp fulling .?tit and bej;in to er..w »t mi *I>1 i? rate, and brittle and Kcxiity linic will quickly lieiv-me ?*ull. uli.s.-y( and tn-xnriafit. Ttie reMilts I foil -Wiok th . H.-n" ?'?I thi» ...
NEERIM JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Independent, Buln Buln, Warragul, Berwick, Poowong and Jeetho Shire Advocate — 24 April 1914
E 13 B I M JUNCTION Prior to his departure from the district, Mr Ii. Kerr, head teachej of the State school here, was presented .with a silver-mounted walking stick by the scholars, by whom lie was held in high esteem. Mr Kerr left during the Easter vacation for his school in the Whittlesca district. One of the old pioneers of the dis trict passed away last week-Mr John Hopkins, aged Su years, a resi dent of this part for about 40 years. T ho remains of deceased were interred in tbo Noerim cemetery on Sunday, the funeral cortege being a very lengthy one. During the past week meetings have been addressed in various parts of the district by Si6ter Oreor, organ ising nurse of the Bush Nursing Asso ciation, who explained the scheme. The sum of L40 has been premised, and as the majority of the rosideuts are very enthusiastic over the matter it is expected that it will not bo long before a nurse is installed in this dis trict, and thus a long-felt want would bo