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Original Correspondence. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
Original Correspondence. To the Editor. Sir,—Would you kindly permit me to trepass on your space in regard to a subject that in the estimation of many warrants a little attention. For the number of years I have rer sided in this shire I have had oc casion to watch the progress cr otherwise of our State school child ren, more especially that of my own. At the close of each year's tuition it is somewhat surprising to notice the results of examination in your journal from schools other than that of Foster. At the Toora school favorable results have been issued several years past, also from other schools in the district, and why the Foster school lacks in this respect is a matter of wonder. Two junior scholarships and one teaching scholarship were recorded for the 1914 at Toora, and at Bennison two merit certificates were obtained. Now Mr. Editor do you think these schools should be allowed to rank higher than the local school, which is supposed tc be of a higher grade, and again, is it...
THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND SHIRE MAIL. THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH IS INCOKl'OItATfi]) TUB SOl'TH. Gll'l'SLAND SlUUK MAIL. TIIUU3DAV, FaB. II, 191"). Most satisfactory results have been lvc'iivcicl frotn the trial crushing at the Bairnsdale • chool of Mines of the 15 tons of quartz sent from the Victory North mine at Foster last wee k by tho Foster Prospecting and Develop mental Syndicate—the yield being 33ozs. of gold, averaging about i'o/.s. to the ton. The children of the Foster Presby terian Sunday School enjoyed one of the most pleasant picnics ever held in connection with their school for many years past on Saturday last when, under the supervision of their teachers and parents, they were taken to the foster beach. The outing proved most exhilarating for the juveniles win heartily appreciated the paddle in the I riny wator and will, no doubt, be locking forward to the event in future. Clarlc: and Co. will offer along with other stock, a heavy draught mare, about S years old, broken to harness at their Foster cattle sale...
"In Other Words." [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
"In Other Words." A page-boy at a certain hotel is in | iiis spare moments much given to the study of the best English literature. Recently he was paid his wages with a small fine deducted for a breach of regulations. Indignant, the boy said to the man ager, "Sir, if you should ever find it within the scope of your jurisdiction to levy an assessment on my wage for some trivial act alleged to have been committed by myself at some inop portune moment in the stress of one's avocation, 1 would suggest that you 1 refrain from exercising that preroga tive. The failure to do so would of necessity force me to tender my re signation." The manager, tottering, reached a chair, and in gasps asked the boy what he meant. "In other words," said the page boy, "if you line me again I shall cluick tiie job!"
HOW FILMS APPEAL TO THE DOGGY MIND. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
HOW FILMS APPEAL TO THE DOGGY MIND. That dogs can see and understand ; picture plays is undoubted!}' true, i In a North of England town there is a dog that does not flinch or ap pear bored at seeing such things as ; murders, massacres, travellers stran | gled by apes, arson, lynchings, gal loping" horses, express trains, floods, earthquakes, guns or pistols. This canine apparently regards them as silly folk doing silly things. J.iut if this dog views a film of a fox hunt, a menagerie, or a scene with dogs in it, he gets highly exci ted and barks loud and long. Once he managed to get "behind" at a cin ema theatre, after a leopard film had been shown, as he wanted to meet the big cat in the flesh. A picture that moved him to fury was one of a man who grew horns and butted after drinking a glass of goat's millc. On another occasion he went al most mad with joy at seeing a colleen boing presented with a little pig by her lover. Recently an entertainment was ar ranged for prize-bred dogs...
THE BELGIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
THE BELGIAN NATIONAL ANTHEM. . iThe National Antliem of Belgium, "La Brabanconne," is set to lighter music than the dignified British and Russian compositions. Its author and composer were both Belgians, and the song was written to meet the pub lic need at the time of a great crisis in the country's history, the Revolu tion of 1S30, when Belgium repudia ted its so-called "amalgamation" with Holland. The music was the work of a repu table musician of the time, Francois van Campenhaut, a violinist, a fine tenor singer,-' and a composer. "La Brabanconne" constitutes Campen baut's principal claims upon posterity. Campenhaut concentrated his efforts upon giving the soldiers of the Revo lution a good marching tune, one which would carry along the burn ing enthusiasm of .Tennoval's wordr •without emphasising any of their deeper qualities. lie caught some thing of the impulse of Rouget de Lisle in the composition of "La JIar seillaise." and even reproduced a hint of the rhythm of the great ...
Gunyah [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
Gunyali A very pleasant day was spout on ! the No. 2 rifie range at Ryton on Saturday, February Gth, the occasion ! being a Ladies' Nomination match. , Shooters, ami visitors began, to ar- [ •rivs at about 31 a.nr. Lunch iras | provided by the Hvdioi. Since last ; shoot 011 this rrfngo a shelter shed has be'^n built just a few yards in ■ rear of the 500 yai'ds mound. The river Mor well flows along: jur.l near the end of the shed, and provides an ample supply of pure crvst;vl water, while from the river a steep bill leads up to the Ryton hall. The j range is situated on Mr. C. Steel's I property, who is vice-cap lain of the club, and one who lias always taken a keen interest in the shooting. A very pleasant day was spent on the range, tic only drawback being that vehicles have to be left a mile away and paddles used for this portion of the journey. The shooting com menced at about 1 p.m., after.par taking of tea and light refreshments. The Gunyah club now -consists , of mostly new me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
"You say you take motor-car rides for tlie sake of physical exorcise?" "Certainly." "But where does the physical cx ercise come in?" "Getting out to see what the mat ter is!" w.-asKg-fgn *r r-"1 MOTHER'S FRIEND. PEDIC POMADE FOR THE HEAD STRIKES IXFRSTTXG VERMIN , DEAD. | One application destroys v«-r:nin. •kills nits, bonis soros. oums ringworm j and makes the hair crow think, strong and curly. Also for vermin &lt;»n pipCS, poultry, iMittli* and horses. Sold ( by all Chemists and Stores. or posted : from J. Krin. Chemist. East Malv».»rn, Vic.—'1/2. 2/3 and 3/0. and with Nit Comb Gd. extra. My dear, what a lovely cup of tea one does always get at your house. That put* me in mind, what did you think of that woman yesterday?—really now, didn't she look a guy 1—and thi' is Robur tea—well, it'* awfully nice. 1 must tell my grocer to send me some next week—it's the No. 1 Grade. I'll remember that—thank you, 1 will take another cup. I'm giad you told me the fresher It is, the bett...
ALL ABOUT NELSON'S COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
ALL ABOUT NELSON'S COLUMN. Tho well-known column to Nelson ! in Trafalgar Square, perhaps one of the best known monuments In the world, has been described as the ug liest monument to the greatest naval hero. That, of course, was Ihe critic ism of an artist, but ugly or not, no Briton would replace the familiar col umn, however beautiful a design might be brought forward. It was on April 10, 1S40, nearly 35 years after the death of Nelson, that a committee accepted an offer to erect the column in Trafalgar Square, for £17,SG0 in two years. It was not erected till 1S43, however, and the total cost ran into £45,000, more than double the original estimate. The foundation stone, a block of Dartmoor granite weighing 14 tons, was laid on September 30, IS40, with practically no ceremony, but it was not till 1SG7 that the monument as we now know it, was finished, when ■ the famous bronze lions designed by Landseer were unveiled, also without my ceremony. Extraordinary though it may seem, peo...
The Light Comedian. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
The Light Comedian. Mr. Cyril Maude is as good a story teller as he is an actor. The other day he was telling of two women who were having a chat about their respective sons, on the progress they were making in the world. "And what's your son John doing now?" asked one of them. "Oh, John's on the stage; he's a light comedian," replied the other. "Deary me! And what might a light comedian be?" "Well, in me son's case it's this. He plays a silence part behind a black curtain with his mouth to a hole, and in front is a candle, and when the cow boy 'ero shoots at the candle John blows it out."
DISTRICT NEWS. Fish Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
DISTRICT HEWS. Fish Creek. From our Correspondent. J ho following hp.:; been forwarded to us from an "exchange":—Mr. W. H. Armstrong, who lias been trans ferred from Joliutonviilo to the charge of the State School at Fish Crook, South Gippsiand, was recent ly entertained by the resident:; of the Prat-nr.aicd place. The "sond oif" took the form o'f a social and was we'll attended. Mr. J. Cp.llinn.ii presided, and during the proceod :ngs paid a hi;:h tribute to the ostecia in which Mr. Armr.trcng and his wife were held in the district. Thai Mr. Armstrong was a compet ent teacher was shown by the pro gress the- children under his charg; had raar.e. Personally ho thanked the departing teacher for what be had done for his daughter, 'who whilst under Mr. Armstrong's tui tion had gained a scholarship. Sev eral ether speakers including Coun- j ciilor Baylis, T. Callinan, and i-I. ! Bird (Swan Reach Slate school),! also made oulogvtic references con- j corning the guests. Whilst in : Jnhnson...
South Gippsland Race Club RESULTS OF RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
South Gippsland .&lt;ace Club | RESULTS CF RACES. I _ . i The annual mci'ting of the above j o!ii)j look place oji Wednesday under i most favorable weather conditions. The limited time at our disposal will not allow a full report. l''ollo A'ing are the results :— Midden Plate. Only one horse, Lord Result, started ! in this event-. "Novelty Pony Race 14.2 to 13 h. J. Jones' Greedy, 8 9 (ILoban) ... 1 T. W'hea Ion's Queen Royal, 9.4 (Downey) ... ... ... 2 E. Little's Khun beau, 7.9 (f'enley) ;j Four started. Gyroscopo leading the way ; coming into the straight, j (&lt;reedy winning by a. neck from Queen ! Royal. - Betting: Evens Greedy audi Queen Royal, i to 1 Gyroscope and 6 to 1 Flambeau. roster Handicap. J. Edwards' Turmore, 8.12-(Ad kins) • ... ... ... 1 May's Thtindorshouk, 9.0. (Finlay) 2 I 35 Fisher's Lax 7.10 (Doy) ... 3 Thundershock and Tormore led from the start, until the latter stepped out and kept the position, winning by iv leugth from Thundershock. Lax, ...
Boolarong. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
Boolarosgr The euclirc party anil dajice lield ' hero on Friday cveirng was fairly successful. Th'o winning competi tors were Miss O'Flynn and Mr. H. Singleton,. Uio boob}' prizes being won liy Miss M. Schmidt and Mr. Missen. The dancing was under the capable i direction of Mr. H. Pearce, and Mr. I Dunn supplied the music. Rainfall for January, 2.64; for) •January of last year tbo fall was, 2.7 4. Some time ago our centre riding | councillors moved that our road be j repaired, but up to date nothing has I been done., We would like to see ; some ot the worst portions attended to before the wet weather sets in. ] We seem to l:e unfortunately situn-' ted in not having a councillor resid- j ing oa the road.
NOT A SMOKER. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
NOT A SMOKER. When he gets a moment's relaxa ' tion from his duties as head of the Sal vation Army, General Brarnwell Booth, who has just completed forty years with the Army, can tell an excellent story. He was telling a good one the other day of a certain Judge who is notorious' for his disposition to assert the dignity of his ofiice. Ho was tra velling to London in an ordinary first class compartment, when a gentle man entered and began to smoke. "You may not have observed, sir," said the Judge, "that this is not a smoking compartment." "Isn't it?'' said the gentleman, but ho went on smoking. Boiling with anger, the Judge brought out a visiting card, on which was in scribed "Mr. Justice ,' handed it to the smoker and said: "That's my name, sir, I will report you at the next station." "Will you?" said the smoker, glanc ing at the card, which he put in his copper-pocket. In due course the train stopped, and then the smoker got out and walked down the platform to the "way out." The J...
Tutton's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
Tut ton's Crce'i. The commiuee of ine Turton's j Crook hall wore very fortunate . n ! having such splendid weather for | their ball, which c?.me off most suv-. cessfuily last Friday night. Ft,r various reasons several of the com mitteemen could not attend, but the secretary. (Mr S. Doivr.os) had every thing up to time. The fioor was j simply splendid, and the miu&lt;:c, j which was suppl'ed by Messrs Dunn ! and Ferguson, of Woorarra, was' all | that could be desired. A start was made with the first set at 9 p.m.. and everything went merrily along till 12 o'clock, when .sapper was nerved. Dancing was again resum ed, and kept up till the small hours of tho morning: Of the vocal items given during the evening,-Mr. Win-; ter's number, "Asleap in the Deo?,1' was su'perh, and Mr. Black did eqnal justice to the "Holy City." Mr. K. j Pcarce, who carried out thn duties of I M.C., announced on behalf of the I iadies of ?.I-;Cartin's Road and Tur ton's Creek that a patriotic concert ■ ...
LEONGATHA v. S.G. ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 11 February 1915
leongatha v. s.g. association An interesting tournuneat was playod } between teams from tli- above at Leon gtitha on thelst inst, with the following' result :— j Brumley and Bate (L) beat McLonnan and Chalmers G—1, G—2. j Smith and Mathioson (Afs.) boat McPherson and Shaw G—5, 4—6, G—5. Soderlund and Warren (Asa.) beat McPherson and Shaw 2—4, 4—6. G—2. SI)aw and IvIcPherson (l) beat McLen nan and Chalmers G—4, G—2. Bond and Lardner (L) beat Soderlund and Warren G—3,6-4. I Brumley and Bate (L) beat Smith and , Matbieson G—3, 5— G, G—]. J"o .d and Lardner (L) beat Smith and I Maihieson 6—3, 5—G, G—1. j Bond and Lardner (L) Leat Sniijh and j Mutliieson (i—5. 6-*-3. ■' j Totals. Lcongatba—7 rubbers, lfl set?, 115 gimc-s I •S.G. Assoc.->-2 „ 5 „ Tii „