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SLEEP FOR THE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
SLEEP FOR THE CHILD. A healthy child for the first two nolitlis or so spends most of its timo islcep. After thiit .'i baby sliould Ii:ivo it least two hours sleep ill the forenoon, .111 >i one hour in the afternoon, ami it iu quite possible to teach almost any in fant to adopt this as a regular habit. Kveu to the age of four or five years a child should have one hour of sleep, or at least rest in bed, before its din ner, and it should be put to bed at six or seven in the evening, ami left undis turbed for twelve or fourteen hours. Up to the fifteenth year most young people require ten hours, and till the twentieth year, nine hours. After that age every one finds out how much he or slic rc fjuiros, though as a general rule six or eight hours are necessary. Eight hours' sleep will prevent more nervous de rangement in women than any medi cine can cure. During growth there must be ample sleep if the brain is to develop to its full extent, and the more nervous, excitable, or precociou...
WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. England 1ms :it least one profession Cor women that is not overcrowded, uid that is dentistry. Women, so :eady to enter medicine, are, strangely enough. Jitlle represented here, said Miss L. M. Brooks, Secretary and War Jen of the Loudon School of Mediciae for Women. "We liave only live girl students for .ho dentistry course at present. Last pear the number was three, and the previous year two. Prior to that there ivas a gap of some yearu without any itudents at all. "Looking at the thing from a busi oss point of view, it is a splendid nvestment for parents of girls. Tho :ourse extends over four years, and the joint fees amount in all to £180. Tho itudies aro pursued at this school and it tho National Dental Hospital in jreat Portland street. '' At the end of four years, when they oeconie registered dental practitionars, :heir incomes should easily equal tho:&lt;e )f the average male dentist, whiiii .anges from £000 to £-,0U0 a year. "The exis...
KELLEWAY'S OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
KELLEWAY'3 OPERATION When Kelleway lirat came to Kirta ]>ur lie wan as raw aa they make them Two years with a healthy regiment anil six months of general duly at one of tli3 large Presidency hospitals was not likely to teach liim much about the country he was to spend hi.-, life in. But, 1 iko tha rest of us, he suffered from the delusion that he knew it inside ami out. To him the native mind was as an open book with the .springs and motives of its actions re corded in the clearest l>iii-1. Tha', at any rate, was his idea. In this he was not singular. 1 have suffered from the same disease myself, and know the symptoms. It is tile fixed idea of the Indian official, and he does not even hold a monopoly of it. American tour isls, travelling members oi Parliament, reporters, judges, merchant princes, policemen, and, in fact, any anil every European who visits these shores car ries within himself the knowledge that he and ho alone properly understands tiie workings ot the Easte...
THE GOLFING WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
j£ THE GOLFING WOMAN. i "Harry simply hates staying there. Ho says lio'il ratlipr spend a week-em] in a golf pavilion any day." "Docs her husband like it?"'* "Well, of course, it's a little difiicult to judge; one can only guess! Harry says it would drive him mad!" Tho two friends wore discussiug an athletic girl of their acquaintance, who had lately married. "But, you know," continued one of the two, "men are hucIi contrary crea tures. They go raving mad over 'sport ing' girls, the 'real good pal' sort, anil then when they're married and settled down they start grumbling because there's no peaceful quiet at home, and the hand that rocks the cradle wields a Her friend smiled. "Yes; but hus bands aren't so terribly unreasonable, golf club instead of darning the socks!" after all. Hoally, you know, before :ind after marriage does make a differ ence! Week-ends gulling were splendid '.u the 'engaged' days, before there was my home of one's own. But when a uian's had a strenuous week of ...
A WELCOME VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
A WELCOME VALENTINE. On the way to the famous "Waters men," near Lynmouth, North Devon, there is a quaint little hainlet called .M iddleham. 'l'lie river Lyn, on the banks of w! oh the hamlet is situated, threads its tortuous Way btweon very high aills that appear completely to'ahut m the place from the outside world. So steep and high are tlieBe hills that >r nearly four months each year the ; in does not rise high enough to be j'-'i'n, over their tops, by the inhabl &lt;'f the hamlet. If the day is clear, the sun makes i'* lii'st appearance over the hill-top n:i ilie fourteenth of February, and i appearance is hailed with delight I'.- the co'tagers, who call it their 'aientine." If the day should be f, u'i;y or cloudy, so that it cannot be . .:on, great disappointment is felt, ivpeeially among the children. The huh only remains in Bight for a .short time for the first few days, lr.t the length of time afterwards g: I'Jually increases until it can be s>-II for several...
JUST ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
JUST ONE. "Do you dyo whiskers?" "Yes," answered the harbor. "Do thoy fool anybody?" "Seem to fool tho man that wears 'cm." A good husband and a pood man nro not necnssarily tho saiuo thing. Myrtle Rood. The Health authorities cannot make up their minds what to do with disease " carriers." Victoria has 63,209 acres of fruit trees, N.S.W. '19,329 acres, and Tasmania 30,575 acres. The Indian bomb-makers have been sentenced to 15 and 10 years' transportation respectively. Americans declare the British treatment of militant suffragettes as " jelly-backed and futile." Sydney still produces a daily tally of small-pox cases.
A Woman's Way. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
A Woman's Way. A drill isL warf fillin;; a lady pat rol's back teeth. When he bad fin ish'd with the first loot!) lit' handed tin !;idy :i hand mirror that Elie mi: in. we th« result tor herself. Then ho vein on wiili his task, repenting (hi:; performance with the mirror at't'-r each tootli was filled. Finally wh&lt; 11 the job was completed ami she had handed Lhe mirror back with th.,-inks, lie said: '"Veil, madam, how do they look?" "iiow do they look?" she returned. "The teeth I have just filled." ' (.ill, I forgot. about the teeth." she exclaimed, reaching for the hand glass. "What did you look tit each time I gave you the. mirror?" ".My hair."
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
PERFUMES MO LON CONDEMNED. A Homo authority states that per fumes are no longer considered eou demned as effeminate. Hath crystals are among the more [>..;. !:tr forms of perfume, as they are refreshing ami also soften the water. Public taste now shows a .strong ten dency towards the mysterious seen!, sc that the old simple scents like violet, rose, and lily of the valley are giving way to perfumes composed of perhaps as many as fifty different ingredients -perfumes, for instance, like fjhom-el Nessim. There is as much harmony and discord in perfumery as in music. Harmony in the toilet can only be achioved by the use of the same per fume throughout, while, in the mak ing of composite perfumes, the smallest grain too much or too little of any :dient vlll cause as much discord »b when a pianist plays a wrong note. "Doosn't it make you proud," asked tho'gushing lady from Rhodesia, "tc fool you are Empire-building among such terrors? To live among lions?" "If it comes to that," said ...
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? Miss iVnnvson .lesse, the mat hoi of ..The Milky' Way,'' :i lmvel mud read ill Kn^iand just lur.v, gave a t answer to an interviewer, 111.. nns'.v-*:; of t lie best type ot' muder:: i.oinan denying that niiiiaiire should be 2'iu fined merely to l.nv in its narrow sense. ' . Why,' .' said she, ''surely till; country that has ]nudiR-ed living is r, runmiitic ;u; :mv th«vvc liri:* Im'-wj.'' !,ut the interviewer per>ibted in rc^ardin;. the word as jirmlv linked with 'Move.' Komanee, 21s implying glamour, how ever, Miss Jessie hates. "Glamour admits no faults. it :i illusion. It idealises a man, and when the fact is realised thai then are heaps oC shortcoming.-; in him liiea, for it was given to somebody who 1 never existed. "The twentieth century is analytical and not romantic in luvc," continu- ' Miss Tennyson Jesse, and a good thin;; too. It saves itself su many bluad.'s. and so much pain. I wish the p:vu v tial period were made less oC in a girl'* mind by ...
EMPIRE DAY AT BENNISON. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
EMP1KL $\Y A3' BEM'iiSON. j Empire Day iiihI Aror I 'ny w. re ! oomltiiM.'tl id UL-J-'ii' ;i 11' ;in'-c ; lions nt the U nuist»i. r>taw* so iuoi on Friday lust.. Mr li.iki'r, tin- Ik;i 1 tea cher, had everything well arrange 1 for tin; holding (if .l monster pi-..»>ie and spoi t-, xvlii.-li was cnriii'il out tinier! Ill St f;iVi>r:il>!(* Thee was a | large crowd . I pa fijI,-s present. either us isting or enjoying the &lt; o!f!ir .tion~. The children -an: a numl er if patri otic songs and salu u-1 tic Union Jack. The sports programme was good, thc:e boing plenty of uiu'isement, especially in the memgeiie race, in wi ieh each com petitor li nl lii drive a dog, cat, or fowl to a winning post. S mic of the birds wantoi.l to break n record by Hying, wil 1st others drove their beaks into ihe earth mid refused|o move, nr turned and J went in the opposite direction. Ample j provisions to cat-i' for the meals wa&lt; j aupiilied liv the parents. X:i the er n'tig a...
Church of England, Foster. HIGH TEA AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
Church of England, Foster.I HIGH TEA AND CONCERT. Tho unatiim in feelhig for sncceai in bringing the annual (;liuivh oi , England High Tea and Concert to a Kiiti.-factory issue win fully eunflnn d ; 011 Tiiuisday evening la&lt;t ?>vh-*n tIjo | event look place. The into' ior of t lio largo bull at tho mechanics' institu:o ] prest-nted quite an apput sing an'l at- I tractive appearance with tho various j tallies in readiness foj the consuming I of the "high" contents iipun the dishes placed before the people as they sat to repast. The tables were also artistic illy decorated with flowers (hat considerably added to the effect. Preparing for mi event such as a Iligh Tea incurs a great deal of wmk and tho ladies, with Mis. Cross, as ei'cietary, deserve to be eungratulated for the manner iu which they catered for tho public The tea wad un doubtedly a '. high tea"-thetu:key, tho duck and the hams, etc., etc,] proved it to bo so, lot alone the ex cellent display uf lighter refre...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A cure for nuts of all kimls, cock roaches, and any other pesls that in rado the pauty, is gre-'n ivaluutu. l'lace in the closets, cupboards, or any placo where they are likely to bo. The cure is effectual and the remedy clean When you clean the ebony brushes ou your toilet table, rub a little vase line over the backs before you wash tho bristles, as this prevents the soda or ammonia in tho water from injuring tho ebony. The vaseline should after wards bo removed by polishing the backs with a dry cloth. To clean much-soiled hands do not go to work roughly with brush and soda water, but loosen the diii. by nibbing the hands well with sweet oil, or even lard or dripping. Then wipe oil' the grease as much as possible with a piece of soft paper or obi rag, and wash the hands with warm water and soap. To ;»al;e toast oil a gas ring, get a small round of wire gan.-.e and place over tho ring. It will get red hot, and bread can bo toasted with a fork over it in the same way...
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
THE CONCERT. After t'10 conclusion of the tea the hall was cleared in readin for ill' concert, at which the 1 iev A. J. Sm'lli 11r. sitled. 'i ho programing tjub'ur ted whs a »oori one an I nrTited the appreciation of the large ill) lienee present. The attraction of such u large house no don'';. was !!:. appear j ance of Mr. J. H. Chambers, the sue- I CHFsfuI priz . winner at tii:j r C-nt i Ballxr.u competition in el.vu io'i. J 'l'he perfoimer rendered right i'einsi in ali and met v.'i li great ie-p>ii5e. ! lie was ot valuable itssmtattce i&lt;> (he | programme and the fact of him giving liis services gratis and paying all his ' own tx;)cns"s went ti 1 ug way to- I wards assis ing the funo ion in u financial point of view Tlie other portion of the programme was udmir J ably givru by local talent as i'ol j !?>%%.- : - Qia: telle, M isses Tabor, i lien'.voiid. (}. Tobia , N. Gibbs and | . es-rs I > ivian I I'idllips ; Hong. | '. Mary" Mr. J-Jwry ; Soiig, 11 i.scrf"...
SOUTH GIPPSLAND RACING ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
i SOUTH GIPPSLANJJ RACING ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. i The following dates wore ai j lotted for the 000:1115 soason : ; Meeniyan, Mon&lt;li:y, Decomber 28th. j Stony Creek, Wednesday, January ! 20tl 1. ! Kortimburra, Wednesday, January | 27th. j Foster, Wednesday, February IOtli. j T.eongaiha, Friday, February 12th. I Kortimburra, Wednesday, March Will. | Association, Friday, March 2Gth. I The Traralgon ' Journal " lias i tli0 following :-" It has been | suggested that the Gippsland and . Northern Selling and Insurance Co. should purchase the Dande nong Ba^on Company, and con tinue to run it on co-operative lines as at present. The proposi tion will, we understand, shortly come before the directorate of the two companies. Owing tu the initial mistakes, the Gippsland 1 Bacon Co. is short of capital, and in consequence its operations are very much restricted- It is stated that if the Selling Company secures this important property, it will be in a position to finance it, and confid...
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
BILLIARDS. | Mr Giddings' billiard saloon, Tooia, | wad crowded uii Wednesday evening (if ] lust week, tci witness a match between j tli'.' lirst six of Stony Greek players ami j .1 like mimlu-r of Toova cuests. Th,' | games t!i)'oiigh"iK Were in cresting ami j evenly contested, thniigh in die fvn i^ames iost 1 iv Poora, the jural nieu, Soderlund ami li.iwcher, tli.I i;tjL [iiay at, all up to form Willi t:;e c.\c -pdon ..!' tli,' a-t match. wliieii was rein | t&lt;i > j up owing t. the limit, d lime, ilie ^imrs | were I'ur l.'i'i each. JN'o gie.it hrea!;&lt; j were made, tli'' best [>? nig those of I)r. : llairelt -lb, ri. k1 .. rl 1:li.i 'J'j an,) I[,.:ul I'O, the pi iy oi tin' visitors hem;/ con sist"titly good. 1'lie final result - Toora -t game;, Stony Gre.dc l\ ur an aggregate seore of 7i"2 points to To;! At tie conclu-iou of p'ay the vi;i urs J weie. invited to the lioyal Standard | Motel,) wh re D1. E. liarrett in a fe.v complimentary words of welcome, e...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
THE TURF. | The Victorian maro Orvieto, ^ridden by R. Lewis, captured the ! Birthday Cup at Adelaide on I Saturday, another Victorian | (Hamburg Belle) being second. j Southerly, who is well-known I by South Gippsland race-goers, Iran prominently in the Stseple | chase at Flemington on Saturday, | running second to The Miser, I who won by two lengths. i Anacrion again showed his superiority in the Hunt Club's Cup at Flemington on Saturday by winning easily. He is four years old, and promises to take an important purt in the big jumping events at Flemington land Caulfield during the next couple of months.
Church Services. SUNDAY, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
Church Services. Svsiiay, Junk 14. MI;THOJ>IST OJIUKCH. - Foster 11 ;iml j 7, Woiign Wun^H 12.30. J:L«MJti 11; K'iii;;e ! l>.;>0, Fish Creek 2.30, Huli tio 2.30, j Toiirn 7, Mount Best II, Wwimrra ti.110, i Silc.ick'.s 11, Uinginwiirri 11. PKKSIIYTKKIAN Cnuncit - Foster 11, i Amuy's Truck 2.30, Foster 7. OHUUOH OK KMII.ANI). - Guy's 11, j Port Franklin 3, Foster 7, Toor.i 11, l'c. j Welshpool 3, Welshpool 7, |
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 June 1914
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