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DARNUM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
DARNUM. A most enjoyable progressive euchre party and dance was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday evening. The hall was tastefully dec orated. and furnished for the occasion and no pains were spared to make the entertainment a success. Miss Knott won the lady's prize, and Mr H. Elliot the gentleman's prize. The booby prizes were awarded to Miss G. Keeble and Mir Goller respectively amidst much merriment. The thanks of the committee of the insti tute are certainly due to Mr J. Streit berg for so enjoyable and successful an entertainment.
HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
EAL'TH H-IINTS. For a severe sprain of the ankle im mirs. the joint as soon as tatssille in a pail of hot water, antfl keep it there for fiifteeni or tw\vnty minioutes. After remov ing it keep it biandacgd with hot cloths rungrl out of water. In coo?ingl ?ame for invalids after he ing properly prepared, boil a fine young bird until it is three parts cooked; then remove the skin, pick all the flesh from the hones and pound it in a mortar with a little of the liquid in twhich it was boil ed, three t-aspoonsful .,f iinely-sift.d bread crumbs, a teasp?onful of grated. lemon rind, a sullfictut sasoning of salt and a grating of nutmnog. V!hen pounu tied to a perfectly smooth pasti. put tie mixture in a saucepan with a little more of the liquid, and let it simmer gently for trUn minutes. When linished. the pa nada should b slightly thic'ker th:an good cream. It will keep quite fresh and sweet for three or four days, and can be heated, a few spoonsful at a, time. a.nd poured over a slice of...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
i'." C;rcen': "'My husbh"ndl is getting to be quite an expert on the bicycle." Mrs r1rown" : "Does he ride a great deal?" Mrs (ire ne:c "Oh, no he ldoesn't ride much; but I don't b,)lieve anybody could dismount cuic'ker than he does." FP1nce tim" n;?! a z mit '?.'is driiving an !!l-fid pon.' though the \illig' of A.\n nit eford. when suddenly the por het::t. 1),i..: ove 1on.e with its laOd. stnpp,,d, anad r? !efiu?d to atlv;l:lanc on foot further. Th'e mln a was. at once enrac e. and at once began to he-at the pony very se verel:. At this time a:n Trishman came upon the soene, and asked what was the matter with the pony. "'Aw divin't knaw: aw think it's consumption that ails him,'" said the driver. "Consumip tion, ye think," says Pat; "sure, now, and it isn't a galloping consumption!" "What a beautiful child. What an extremely handsome fellow," says a gushing visitor to the lady of the house. "Yes, he is a handsome boy, I think." "Oh. indeed he is. He is the perfect Image. Don't you...
TRUE FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
TRUE FREEDOM. Th'ey ::r slave; vwls ftear to speak For the fallen and the lýea.; Th'y an clan: ho v?ili not choosae Ilatru. ,d, &lt;eollfi and ab ilie t::i r tshan in -cIl. shilnk From tloe trui'h si'x"vsi ixtust think: Thy arIe sla.ve: .ho, liare not he In the right wiith !rwo or three. Is triue freldim but to break Pr".tsrs for c (rr own dear :-ake. An:d. wilh lIratiern h:arts, forget Tha:t ;w.c o-·v rlr.imanl?ird ia dtebt? ?l! Trur' freetdom is to share Al! the rchairl: our hrathers vwear, iAwl ,.iith h:art ansd hIxidI to be Earnist to :mak:e othr;; ftree. -James Russell Lowell.
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. Letters-Every ounce or under 0 0 2 Letters marked "Urgent" (which will be delivered in the same manner as a telegram would be, if there is either letter or telegraph messenger at the place to which they are ad dressed), in addition to postage 0 0 6 Newspapers, each ... ... 0 0 Post Cards, each ... ... 0 0 1 Packets-Commercial and print ed papers, up to 41b., for every 2oz. or under ... 0 0 1 Packets-Patterns and samples, &c., up to llb., for every 2oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Books, up to 51b, for every 4oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Parcels, 21b. or under ... 0 0 9 Each extra lb. or under ... 0 0 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
HE ." GAZETTE " Office, ?Warragul, - for. Billheads, Memos, Circulars, l'rogranunes, Tickets, Letter-heads, and PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIP LION. Public Notices. - THE - Dandenong Grammar School T HIS School is now opened. The course of study embraces the usual English course in thorough detail; also, GREEK, LATIN, FRENCH, MATHE MATICS, PHYSICS, PHYSIOLOGY, AND AGRICULTURE (IF REQUIRED). The undersigned being a certified teacher of Agriculture of the University of Edinburgh. These branches are so taught as to lead up to a Commercial or a Professional Career in accordance with the special re quest of those interested. Terms to suit the times. Prospectus on application, or at the office of this paper. MALCOLnM MACPHERSON, C.T.,; Head Master. WEST GIPPSLAND GAZETTE i:WARRAGUL, BULN BULN, & NARRACAN SHIRES ADVERTISER. 2/6 per Quarter (postage (id. extra). 8 Pages. ORI)DERl FORI. To TL r Pi OiliMTOltS,--Please supply nme with a copy. of the above paper until countermanded. Nam e......
CHANGES OF THE MOON. NEW MOON. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
CHANGES OF THE MOON. NEW MOON. Month. Day of Month. -Time.: July... ... Tuesday ... 19 5.47 . a.m. August ... Wednesday 17 .8.35 p.m. September .,. Friday ... 16 10.10 a.m.. October ... Saturday ... 15 10.37 p.m. November ... Monday ... 14 10.21 a.m. December ... Tuesday ... 13 9.43 p.m. FULL, MOON. Month. Day of Month. Time. July... -... Monday ... 4 7.12 a.m. August ... Tuesday ... 2ý 2.29 p.m. August ... Wednesday 31 10.51 p.m. September ... Friday ... 30 9.11 a.m. October ... Saturday ... 29110.18 p.m. November ... Monday ... 281 2.39 p.m. December ... Wednesday 281 9.39 a.m.
TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. Letters - Every half-ounce or under ... ... ... 0 0 21P Post Cards ... ... ... 0 0 .1 Newspapers, 4oz. or under ... 0 1 Each additional 20oz. or under 0 0 & Cominmercial and printed pa pers, about the same rate as in Victoria; but see "Postal Guide." Parcels-Each 21b. or under ... 0 1 0 Each additional lb. or under, up to 11b ... ... 0 0 9
THE LADIES' COLUMN. A LIFE OF LOVE, [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
THE LADIES' COLUMN. A LIFE OF LOVE, A world below and a heaven above Let iu live, my dear; It us live and love! \?, Iknow not all that the blue skies m?ean, Ilut. ithe blauiful lilics loll and lean, \::d li're in th- su?lighlt on rneadows of grecn \Anl rivers with soiivery riprple between A wor;ld bi lw and a !hiaveni above, Let us live, nly dear; !et us live and love! A wor;ld below anld a heaven above Let us live, my dear, tor a breath of love! \iV know not the nmeanling ol: stars and skies, lk e oliy .-e :-,aveen in love's glad eyes, .\ned give hin our sorrows, oun sangs, and our .\:,., . -d r.s.u is born for ,,e.ll red rose that di,"! For a world bel:w ,r n broeseni above iLet i' s live', Iy' doe:r; t: us :i: and love! Let is liv. Iny" dQ". in lh- lom'ely liods F'or a iia-s, a :ear, ol it cluspl of hands: Iors whatever bl-o si-::; a ;sati malny mliS *Tlh Ir is nolhsing il bleaven as .swet as this, L':T'," kiss--love's lir.e!'io?g, first sweet kiss; \Vith ;t world beilocw ::d a h...
SHIP AFIRE IN MID OCEAN. SUPERB COURAGE SHOWN. HEROES AND HEROINES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
SHIP AilRE IN MID OCEAN. SUPERB COURAGE SHOWN. IIEROES AND IHEROINES. The following gives some details of a mid-ocean catastrophe:- . The American wooden steamship Del aware, 1279 tons net, of Philadelphia, belonging to Messrs W. P. Clyde and Co. was recently destroyed by fire when off the port. As soon as the outbreak was discovered, and it was seen to be impossible to subdue it, Captain Ingram formed the sailors in a double line, and passed the women and children to the boats, each being given a blanket on entering the boats. Captai.n Ingram stood at the bhed of the line and threatened to shoot 1he first person who started a panic. As a result of his coolness and the discip line he maintained, all the passengers were safely l:lnced in the o:ats, anld after this duty had been performed, Captain Inglramn :mud the crew took to the ship's rafts. Many of the passelli gers were only in their night clothes, so quickly were they hurried front their nalin:s to ihe deck. The lire started ab...
A MARVELLOUS GUN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
A MARVELLOUS GUN. A Tyneside engineer, 2Mr James Judge, managing partner of the WValker En gineering and Galvanising Company, says the "Engineer and Iron Trades Ad vertiser," has patented a gun which he believes, when perfected, will discharge the enormous number of 30,000 bullets per minute. The gun discharges its mis siles by centrifugal force, being, in fact, a wonderful development of the ancient sling. Mr Judge has a disc working within a case at 15,000 revolutions per minute, a speed which has already been obtained In practice. From the circumference of. thie disc project two hands. The bullets are poured into the case from a hopper, and as they fall are caught by the hands. which, in coming round, rain them out in a continuous stream through an orifice. They are guided into a sieve, which may be elevated or depressed and sighted like the muzzle of a rifle. A great velocity may be obtained by the use of hand-power, but the inven tor's idea is to use his guns upon an ar mored m...
NATIVE WEAPONS FROM THE PHILIPPINES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
NATIVE WEAPONS FROiM THE PHILIPPINES. National interest just now is largely centred in the Philippines. In the Unit versity of Pennsylvania are- curios which are closely allied with the ear lier periods of the islands. They con sist of a number of specimens of pri mitive weapons, and are the only ex amples of the kind in the country. The collection, meagre as it is, has already attracted considerable attention, and the many visitors attest to the deep in terest the people feel in all that pertains to the new territory. The curios are five in number, and were obtained at the Rastrow (rag fair) at Madrid, and deposited in the Univer sity Museum. From the saw of the swordfish single and two-edged swords were construct ed. In the case of the former the teeth were carefullysharpened on one side,and the larger end cut down for a handle. It presents a formidable appearing impl- ment of carnage. With the other the two-edged sides were preserved. In the hands of a muscular native these crude...
WAR MORTALITY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
WAR MORTfALITYL The conditions of warfare differ so greatly that no exact inferelnce can ne cessarily be drawn from past statistics as to the mortality likely to prevail in any particular campaign (says tle "Daily News"). The climate of the sphere of operations; the period, of the year over which the campaign extends; the composition, equipment and resour ces of the forces engaged on either side; the available organis?ation for the medi cal treatment of the sick and wounded; the nature of the operations, whether military, naval, or both, and the tactics pursued by the commanding officers, are but a few of the elements which must vary in every case, and which must serl ously affect the general result. The whole science of war has, moreover, been so completely revolutionised in recent years that the mortality from battle which will he experienced in the war in which Spain and America are engaged may be widely different from that of any war the statistics of which are available to us, ...
ROTHSCHILD AND VICTORIAN BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
ROTHSCHILD AND VICTORIAN BIRDS. It may be of interest to naturalists to know the fauna of our country is still attracting strong attention in Europe. The hon. Walter Rothschild has this week instructed Mr Robert Hlall, an ac tive member of the Field Naturalists' Club, to consign to him a large series of oceanic birds for his museum in London. These will help to complete the known life histories of an order of birds that has had the special attention of the di rector of Rothschild's mus~euih (Mr Ernst Harbert) for many years. This museum is worked on a grand system, partly by means of collectors with a special knowledge in all parts of the world. and the Avi fauna of many coun tt'es thousands of miles away is repre sented at a higher stage of perfection than in the countries themselves. 'Isn't it strange? Minnie just des pises aIr Wilkins, while her mother thinks he is the greatest person in the world." "'That's easily accounted for. The first time he met them together he took them f...
BICYCLING AND OVER-EXERTION [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
BICYCLING AND CVER-EXERTION Several well known cyclists have lately, it is said. been rejected as unfit for military service by reason of hyper trophy and other diseases of. the heart. MIedical men will be rather surprised that the numbers are so small. There must be few of us who have not seen the ill-effects of over-exertion on a bicycle. The comnonest is palpitation. and temnporary dilation; but even this is sometimes very difficult to cure. In a; case which occurredl recently a lady; ordered for a fortnight's change of air after influenza, chose to spend it in bicycling about lifty miles a day. As a; result, she has had, ever since that time -now nine months ago-a pulse which; on the least exertion rises to 120, though; she has not ridden again. That tem porary dilatation occurs is enough to show the great strain put upon the heart, and it is an added danger that the sense of fatigue in the limbs Is so slight. The rider is thus robbed of the warning which he is accustomed to at ...
POLICE OFFICIAL AND PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
POLICE OFFICIAL AND PRISONER. A ,oun. mean n.:m.d l'ickernell, who w:-- tnmployid in tihe "ity of London, kil ,l himself at To:tina a few weeks go ju?t as. hi \:as about to be arrested li: a 'h, tof til'baud. The l)aiiy Mail" says that Inspector ' ?,ns ' ftn. if thi &lt;'ity I'olic, executed the wa:rant: linut b f,,,r taking his prisoner :t\'vay irte allov, "d hinl to have something Sai. Aft h1. h, had kis:ed his wifl and iti "odbye. li kernerll made a bolt for t'" -:o!ar l1ndl ittrc'd uptstais to the hatlh Pl1otm. Insp'ctor ,lotisoin tianatitg-I to at,.h hild of Ihis foot. htl11 hi himself stun?bled. ia?tick ai? lightning Picketr nel wtas in the It tha!troo,:ll. tIlw latch was It,uhidl to. an? h n t, t) ry anai end his tr,,?le'. h"" cut his thrott. '-ff'orts were Pm:'doe to I.!rst the dtt;o:. but tile imanL hii:?1"elf op,',ned it and admlliitled tlthi in s:1 etor. Mrs 'itekernell ran at once for a d:ctlor, hiut nit n:, could it' found] for some timn. In the ma.nwhil Pitcker...
THE WIDE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
THE W19E WOLD It mayn be said that the littf, word "My" placed before thie Word "*'cear" has a signific"nce ;tf its own. \When used bet\ween the ladies thus. "'.My dear Mrs A.." it is to devowte an extra :amtIoufnt of cotl'dit.lity and friendliness, and again wxhen a ge ntleman so writes to a lady of his acouaintance it has the same read in'. On the other hand. "M.ly dear tMr B.'" is seldom or never vwritten by ladies to their men acquaintances, " Dear Air i." being considered sufficiently affec tionate. Elderly ladies, however. are outside of this rule. and uwrite "'My dear fir L:." to men whom they havxe known as hoys.-"Philadelphiat North Ameri can. & prison chapl:: ill e'('ce!t.y rV'elatel at a rili'ious lie'lii'_ one ioI' his etxp!t'i ehs ill at c(lViet prison. i ho h:nl visi tetl n sick prisoner, i ll:tilt lol ol the ri\ 'dt'er th:at if tin' l11:11 '!'l'\V. \w'l'orst ill tihe night he--the thallp1:1il! -ra.s to be called. Iu tilt' lmo'ningli he Iotlnd that the pllrisol...