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EDUCATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
EDUCATIONAL. The school holidays will coeas to an end on Monday next, and work will be resumed in all State schools on Tuesday morna ing. As a beginning for the year, the Education Department has arranged for a -npecialcourse of instruction on the subject of hygiene, and the Schoo Papers for the month contain original and selected articles relating to the preservation of health. With regard to the subject matter of the articles it is not intended that the children shall be put to the usual inspectoral tests in spelling and dictation, but that the reading lessons shall be used throughcut the year to supple mnent the teacher's oral lessons in hygiene, which now takes rank as an important subject of the school curriculum. The .opics treated in the papers tor the juniors deal with the need of pure air, care of the skin and nails, how to lookafter the hair, the importance of cleaning the teeth, and similar subjects. For the intermediate grades there are admonitions on taking care of the ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
The Narre Warren cricketers played a match against the Wes ley Orchestra club, of Melbourne. on Saturday last and added another match to their list of wins for the season. The visitors batted first and put up 72 runs, Kruger 24. Peardon 11 and Stewart 10 being the only bats men to make double figures. Moyaey and J. Richardson took all the wickets, the former tak ing six for 24 runs. The locals made a better stand, scoring 81 runs for the loss of seven wickets J. Richardson made 38 not out and Boune! 12. The Guiver Bros secured most of the wickets for the visitors. Next Saturday the locals will play the North Melbourne Rovers. when a good game is expected. Tne home team will be chosen from the following-Richardson (2), Con quest, Kent, Halleur, Bonnell, Warmbrunn, Beale, Moysey, Dunwell, Rolstone, Webb and Leckie. I The following date' havebeen fixed by the local shire council for their meetings during the present year :- February 7. March 7. April 4. May 9, June G. July 4, August 1....
KILLED BY "GOOD-NIGHT" [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
KILLED IhY "GOOD-NIIIGT" The fact that a passing pedestrian said "Good-night, master," to Mr John Norrish. a horse trainer, of Cheriton Fitzpaino. Devon, who was driving a trap with a young colt along the Era Vallcy on a dark night, was given at a Tiverton inqncst as the cauoe of the animal holting, with fatal results to George Pellow Arthurs, the other oc cupant It was stated that the trap was dashed against a wall, both.men being thrown out. ArtIhurs died of septic meningitis.
Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
Household Hints. Itithouti hesit otion, it can he as serteti thnt a utteet corsie in which Currants are te c~hief ingre ient is sure to itelse the entire house hosid. 1 dliet of Curratnts is not follos eul ty utisucotutfort. .higestivctroutbles, anti other ills tI ht inuiulgenre ot meal times ,nlv too fretaetnttlv turing on. Tue exitlot ti ou s shttle. Cur rants ore into lu-l tv .Notture to feed onut tuustuuit the tbodyl. That usututriul sotbstantce. tunouwn as grope sugor is ojumost tow eritul zuutrient theit the littrl touch of tortaric 1(1d1 in the fruit gi sesit ttleligltful hiaotutir andut .a sists the goutric j uners. When Currants ore takent into the ttuuthtt the italote is ituuunet ioteis plluaseti thot is a guuool signi. tue couse Nature Ihas tutu tie tutost ot her ttti ial foods istluttohie. When thu Cuzrratut reaches taitt uttost inuprrtttnut orgatn-ttte stomntch-it starts its turk otf toutrition. TIlhe po'~rflu1 grD['L-sugur r.'pl~nlih11e! t1IC ti~ssues of tluir I~o(Iy w...
TANGO'S IDEAL STEPS [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
TAXGO'S ZDEAZi UTEPU An effort to ,tandardlse the infitnite variety of steps of the Tango, the new dance which has conquered London, is being made by the new Prlncess'.Tango Club. The dx i deal steps out of the 200 of the dance--el paseo (the walk), el corte (the waltz-step), the aclssors, the half-mson, the parade, and el vetso (the variegated steD)-were exhibited by Pete a:nd Petlta, from the London Opera House (says the "'Daily Bfall". Their rendering of the dance is that favored by Bayo, the Parisian teacher, reputed the master of the art. Among those present were LOrd and Lady Ten terden, the Hion. Conyngham and Mrs Denlson, Sir John Campbell and the !tarqun?s nd iarqucsa de Parzano. The club, which i: a private one limited to 200 membere, will hold weekly dances at Prince's.
Ladies' Column. A NOVEL OVERDOOR DECORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
Ladies' Column. -4-- A\ NOV~EL~ OERDIUORt DECOR(A TION. Suggestions for practical, iliexpen nive, and pretty hcorations for the homne are always welconie, and in our sketch may he seen an extreme ly effective decoration, which can hit urranged in a few omolments ahove a (oor, andl at the i'ist of a few pence. It is compliosedN of J.apanese paper fans, nld fans if both kigi.Ins. the flut fan nrd lhe fan made to fidl tip. hiLy lie liurcchaso in ruany shuils for a lenny or twipencv. ech. Most of theni are larticultary pretty inl i'rnaxneni tal in delsipn, iiidt in select i'n the fans for this deco ration they should he carefully chosen to harmonjise nith the coloure of the tull-li-aper on ihhiht they are to A large fkild-ut" fa t is julaced iiver the centro of the loorwny anlt secured ini position" ith ole or two tiny tacks. Iround this fan iiie "tll;t fans" nre arranged in the U ithl thtir Iinui'l'.',s Ijidlelria inn
COURT IN TEARS TOUCHING APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
COU?lTf N TEAIS TOUCHING APPEAL. With the wholc court, includlng the jury. coulnsel, and the pri?oner in tears. Mime. Poeckes was yesterday acqufttel of the murder of her husband, whom she was accused of having shot (writes the Paris correspondent of the "Daily Mall" of December 1). Her counsel made an Impassioned speech. He de fended her from the charge of cynical Indifference. She was frozen with grief. heo.declared. "There are some flowers." he added. "which open only at twilight, but they are none the less sweet for that" Deblctin- the grief which would hare afflited the dead man had he known that hin wife would he charred with his-death and the shame whfich woull be. the herltawe of the prisoner's two young ahildren were she condemned. he coprloded with the words. "1 he" for mercy in the name of the two habes merry in.the name of the cradle." This stlirlnw harangue successfully swayed the minds of the jury.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
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SMART REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
SMART REPLY. The cr.~ptain of a rertain troop ship conveying a cavalry regiment to the Cape was noted for his wit. lsld at every opportunity that offeredl he loosedl his shuafts of hllllltour, to the chagrin andtl elnjar railiilletll f their targets. Hooner or later the stinger gets stung, hoeter. atnl this chronic pun-ar tist was no exscelption to th..rule. (OIl otlne otlO nsilSl, when laboult two tl|a1ss out frlon port, he approach ed igroullp of sothliers w-ho were snwalhilng the forward deck, and, singlilng oult a hig, rtaw-honed Irish recruit, who wis experiencing his I;rsI. taste o(f sailtor's life, he gr? t' astket :- "(' ln you steer the leainnlast lown·i thA forecastle stairs ?" Quick as ;a tlu?h emlnte the replYl : •"Y.s. .sirr. I can, if you will statid hehlw and coil it up."
MAN AND HIS FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
MIAN AND HIS FUN. Man that is born of woman is of few days. anti inorlinately fond of Fun. In tihe eginnint . n when lhis tutn let is full of nlilk, and his soul of content, hlie lies rupon his hack and kicks his hrels in the air:; he says "(Ga-ga" and "Geoo-go." and that is iFun. Being grown older, lie climbs a tree andl fulls out thereof; he goes in switsunsing, and is well-nigh drown ed ; he alisents himsielf froni school. at the expense of his cuticle, and that is Fun. Hie grows in size, bult not, in wis loln. for inow is he in college. lie goes forth by night land steals the signlls of potr tradcsnlllen; lie manurches in a processlion i f fools. nlnd borns his ibook.s : h" gets tdrunk overnight., and reals headaches iin ths' morn ing. alll thalt is Funil. Hlie c'onceives a diesire for the corlnpullny otlf younllllg women; he fol liiws one girl albout, and wears her hair ; she carries his scalp in her belt, alll site rests ulnder the shadow sif his ears, and that . is Fun. In ts...
PTOLEMAIC POTTERY IN MAZE OF LOST PASSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
FTOLE.tAlC PtY'TEL'ttt IN MAZE OF LOS' PASSAGES. - Workiisssn iligginig a well in the gunrdes of lins-cl.Tin Paluce, the msaginificrnt surnasser residencea ofthe Khedive,- have discovered what np lssrs to Pe ns nin/a ssf ancient It.,issssrn stsIterrane,Žan passagsss. A sisntit tof very insterestjins t'tolsemsic anids nucineIst. Roman pota tsryu', such sun oil laIsips. plates, and -stihir Iousaeholi uteissls, has been lsrossght to light, also jars in whicis bonses of yssoung cisilslren are pllaced. Ianscrliptions on tablets,. colns, me slailloifs ansi statues have also beers So small was a model of the liner Atedist, suhown at the "'3odel Engi nesr" Exhlbitioi-i aL the RIoyal liar ticsltursr-hlall, ,*oiislon, that humana hnlr hail been emssployei for sonic of the raises, to kees thern to - a pFoportiousae size. A Sew teiatnd farmer bhas necsiredI three tons of hossey froso thirty' ihe caloniee, otihyisnid bees. Qf blsiinld people eleven are men to etery uilie Siaoen, 15)11.
HEADACHE-AIR MEASURED. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
Ifr:ADAcIE-.Alii M1EASCI: ED. Anapratusa inventcd by rf 'plr l'ronalrd Hlill wa~s showr·1n t the IlmatinIg of *hIi UBrtish A5ssoCciition fIoro tic ri''linigs of which the statr r f the tir in i rooiml coul'I ibe easily l'riii the readiings of! these cur cills thieriioni liters, l'rofessor Hill provedi thai I he stiitliiiss iif a room does not. gise Is rolls or eailaches be ci use thle air is haIld or iisedI ip, What is really i;til is that its stillness ainl waraith combined pre stilt the hotly fron losing hent as it should in the naturnl way.
THE HOUSEHOLD [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
EHE HOUSEHOLD Passion Fruit Cream.--Required:; 3 doz. passion fruit, 1 pint cream, 3o. sugar, (oz. gelatine. Cut open the passion fruit, anti with a spoon remove all tLc'linsidle. put on to a sieve with the sugar, and rub through; mix with It a few drops of lemon juice and sugar to ta?te; stir into the pure a pint of crearm whikppcd until it is still; dlis solve the b.:latlne by putting it into cold wrater and stir it over the fire un til dissolved. Let it cool before using, then strain it into the cream, stirring all the time. Pour into a mould which has been dipped into cold water and stand in a cool place till firm. Real Curd Cheeaecakes.-Put L oint of new milk into a saucepan, and bring it to boil, then add one cupful of slightly sour milk; stir over the fire until the milk is well curdled, then stand It by in a cool place. When quite cold, turn it into a hair sieve,. and carefully drain off all the whey; put the curds into a basin, ahli three well-beaten eggs, half a cupful of ...
NEWS ONCE A YEAR WORLD'S LONELIEST MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
NEWS ONCE A YEAR WORLD'S LONELIEST MtISSIOf. Half the staff of what Is prerhaps the loneliest mission station in the w;or l is spending a brief furlough in En; land. That half-staff is the Rev. S. . Stewart of the Colonial and Con.inon tal Church Society, whose perm-nent address Is anywhere in Ungava, the great icebound province between La? brador and Hudson's Bay-a thousand miles further from civillsatlon than the scenesof Grenfell's work in Labrador. The extent of his remoteness from the ordinary twentieth century world mnay be gauged by the fact that letters nre delivered in Ungava once a year (says the "Dally Mall" of November Ci). WVHEN THE SHIP COMLES IN. "The most anxious moment of the year." said Mr Stewart. "Is when the Hudson Bay Company's vessel from England is sighted, and we are waiting to know whether she brings us good news or ill. A few years ago my fur lough was nearly due. and I was look ing forward to getting back to ee my old father in Ireland. Then the ship came...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
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THINGS IN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
THINGS IN GENERAL Old hair brushes which have become soft can be made hard andl firm by dipping them In a solution of alum. What a man will do conscientiously for duty's sake, a woman will ,Io for the sheer pleasure of doing it, )Del,'nd upon it, even more tea would be drunk, even fewer whiskies andl sodas imulbibed, if each lady saw to it that really good tea was served in her hunse. The chief duty of German women ron:sta not in attenllng meetings and Jn.oi?n?g organlsations, but in placid w irk in thle house and the famfly, that thl.ey should bring up the young gener ;.tIon in obedience, and that they should make it clear to their children :h.t it is not the object of existence to ecjoy life at the expense.of Ethers. There was an InTerestlng incident during the delivery of Roosevelt's speech recently at Fargo. A disturb ance was caused by a gentleman in thg hall, who at one point of the speech amnazed the audience by calling otlt "Liar!" Without anly unnecessary fuss Roosevelt sei...
SAFETY OF RAILWAYS EXPERT VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
SAFETY OF RAILWAYS EXPERT VIEW. The precautions against train wrecks set forth by .Major Pringle In his re port on the Aligill catastrophe, and his suggestions for minlm!s!ng loss of life :n any future accident, were ensured in advance of careful and critical public cxaminatlion. Mr. J. F. Gairns. of the "Railway agaz.ine." said yesterday (says the "Daily News" of Novembher 2) that there was a growving tendency to use dtoel underframes,. and a concideralle proportion of the rolling: stock of the important British railways was already so fitted. Shock absorbing buffers were already u.ed on the District to some extent, and were receolvIng the attention of railway managers throughout the country. In Amerlca they were in much more general use. and further Introduc tion here is probable. Of course, he said. the force of a col Ilsion has to be distributed somehow. If the carriages mount the frame the superstructure takes the force, hut if the frame itself has to stand all the shock, the e...
PERFORMING ANIMALS TESTIMONY OF ACTORS [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
PERFORMINi ANIMALS TESTIMONY OF ACTORS The discussion of the question of the treatment of performing animals has naturally aroused considerable in terest among our readers, with the re sult that the contents of our letter-bag have been materially increased (says "Westminster Gazette" on November 20). Colonel J. O. Hawker calls attention to the current month's issue of the "Animals' Guardian," in which Mr Mark Melford, the well-known com edian, and Mr C. E. Haverly, an actor of thirty years' experience, testify to the fact that the most horrible tor tures in very many Instances are in flicted upon performing animals. .Mr Melford contends that talk alone will not stir the pulse of the public, and columns of press agony will fall to raise an eyelid, let alone a hand to help. It is necessary for the public to be convinced by ocular demonstration that cruelty exists, and then judgment and punishment will quickly follow. And as a consequence, to quotehis own words, "the infernal master an...
ARMY CUSTOMS CONTRASTS IN UNIFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914
ARIY CUSTOMS CONTRASTS IN UNIFORM. Ias anyone ever seen an officer In uniform going in or out of the ,War O1!ce (except on the occasion of a royal func:tlon in London), or a Household Cavalry man walkinog about the streeLts in his " war paintT' If any of the major-generals employ eod at tile U.ar OlCe ventured to go to work th.nr one day in any kind of nnl tformi. the odlds are that the War office idoctor wouclI be sent round to see whe thor anythinog had happened to the poor rman' bralns. it Ii not llke that In France or Ger m.ny. If you visit a friend in the French Va r Olicec you will find him up to the chin in uniform as he sits belhind his desk. All thle olticers In the ldc are In uniform. It is the same lIi tic'ilii. In our own War Olice (says the Daily Express") no offitcer wears uni form. and it Is doubtful whether the colonel of the Guards regiment In Lon ion puts his uniform on once a mon.h. Hie is In his ollice every d:ay, but lihe wears his own private clothes, and the o...