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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
FOOTBALL. The BecvickL team met Nar Nar Goon on the local rec-eation reserveon S Lturday last. The visitors were.a number of players short, while the locals had a difficulty in filling up their ranks. The ga.:e was one-sided, Ber wick wi~x.uing easily by 10 goals 11 behi.als to 3 goals 3 behinds. Goal-,ickers for Barwick-H. Richardson 3, L. Warmbrunn 3, O. E;pie 2, F. Miller and E Espie; for Narnargoon, Chat field 2, Rtss. Next Saturday Berwick go to Cranbource to play their return match there. The Melbourne Electric Supply Co. football team visited Beacons field on Saturday and played the local team. The weather was all that could be desired, though the ground was somewhat heavy after the recent rains. The visitors did not have a full team but they played an excellent game. The match resulted in a win for Beaconsfield. the scores being 4 goals 5 behinds to 3 goals 3 behinds. The players for the visitors who showed best form -ere M. Ralph, T. Lacey, Jack Carter and the capta:in (P. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
L'rsi,,,is . Aotici.c. S TE T ?- T--H Ir F. I e -ai e R: Reed. by tg Depital Board of lietoria, Will visit BERWLCLCK TUESDAY, Ju'y 23, I o'c!ock ii1 5 Consulting Room at Mr E. W. Poynter's, Chemist. PAIrNLEss ExrRAcTIoNs 2/6. Crown, Bridge and Porcelain Work '?,> a Specialty, at Reasonable Prices ! 'i4: Note.--No Cu.acG maie for Extractions when or.er '?e:i fOr Aa·rr i tcur- Woai. Teeth extracted by the most modern Pal'!ess Systemi At my Mliropoli:an address I have fitted up an u-p.o-date Sburgery with khe very latest American Electric Plant, including a N isal In haler Nitro Oxid Gas Plasi, which .is the very latest process for . extracting teeth. inspection invited. TeLrEPeoNr--Windsor 736. HoURs-9 till 5.30 and 6.30 to 8. :,: . . ADDRESS-2a24 WILLAAYI ROAD, TOORAK, OppOisite Dr Huckell's Surgery, I minute Hawksburn Station -.- ALL WORK GUARANTEED.-- SeiCki h ar r t' s 10:.': 00 Gallon 25 guge ' Orb," Double Rivetted and Soldered, . : 'Cover, Strainer, inch Tap. 90s, RAIL- PAID...
MORNINGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
- MORNINGiTON FARMER Z' S0W-IETiY. Tse nn-ul meetang of mrni iers of !he local agricultural socie*v ir ll he held at the Border HriM· : -msrrow afternoon, at 2.50. whpn the report and bal- I ancs` sheet of the last show will be received, and the annual election of officers and committee will t ike place. Following is a C3p of thn re port and balance-sheet: - REPOROT. Ladiec an-I Gentlemen, - We. your offi:cers and commit tee, have pleasure in suhbitting to you our report and balance sheet for the ye-sr 19 13-1. The annual sbowv was held in November last and was a success. There was a record attendance. thelgate takings amounting to £50 12s. There was a slight falling off in donations, subscriptions and entry fees, but notwithstanding this fact we are pleased to re port a profit of about L15 for the year. All expenses in connection with the show have been paid, inclu ding the secretary's salary to June 30, and the total indebted ness of the society at date of bal ance, including Li 1...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
We would direct attention to the fact that Senator McColl. one of the six selected Liberal candidates for the Senate, will address the electors in the local Rechabite Hall on Monday even ing next at 8 o'clock. Senator McColl is a good speaker and as he has a thorough grasp of the Federal situation his address should be very interesting. It is pr bable that His Excel lency the State Governor will be asked to attend this year's show at Berwick. The matter will be mentioned at to-morrow's meet ing of the society. Last year Sir John Fuller accepted an in vitation to attend the show, but as he was subsequently called to England on private business the engagement n-l to be cancelled. The ordinary monthly sitting of the local Court of Petty Ses sions will take .lace on Wednes day next. Notwithstanding the repeated notices given by the Common wealth electoral authorities re the necessity of enrolment, there are still a number of electors whose names do not appear on the rolls. In the Berwic...
Mistaken Symptoms. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
Mistaken Symptoms. A very loquacious gentleman was riding in an omnibus, in which were a small boy and his mother, from Charing Cross to a well-known atop plihg-point of the route, the White Horse. He talked to the boy the whole way and was still talking when the conductor put his head in at the door and said, "White tHorse, White Iorte!" "Ah,." said the talkatie man. "I must get out here; I always get out at the White Horse!" "Don't you think," said tile boy's mother, "you have had enough al ready?"
Hairbreadth Escapes in Battle. SOLDIERS WHO HAVE COURTED DEATH AND LIVED. BENEVOLENT BULLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
Ilairbreadth Escapes in Battle. SOLDzIEtS WIO H AVE COURTED DEATH AND LIVEU. BI?WEV'OLE0NT BULLETS. in one case a bullet which struck a man on the temple pansed hartm lesItaly over the scl;,p : in another, a bullet struck a rib. was deflectteld. and, pSa.sing under the skin, found its exit on the opposite side of the bodty. tlt perhaps the most sin gular illustrations of the vagaries of blllets were furnished at the battle of Laing's Nek. front which one sol dier emerged! with three bullets andl only two woundst to showr fo)r them, two of the balls having .on teresl the same 'oun?. tn another case a bullot, entering a soldier 's left side, struck one of his ribs and re-emerged front the enact spot where it hadi enteredl. lut evren such ,fIlets were not quite as twneuvolent as one of which Lieutenant Worsley tells the story. "In one entgagelrment." he says. "one of our oficers got a Iball in the right ear. which came out at the hback of the n'k ": and though, after a painful illness,...
WONDERFUL CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
WONDERFUL CLOCK. Twenty thousand minute pieces of wood entereld into the construction of the claborately-ornamented Notre Dame Catllhedral clock made by MIr. James Calway, of Skowhegan, Maine. This three-storey clock, which is finely carved, stands 7ft. O10in. In height. It took Mr. Calway six long years to complete it, working night after night when his household was sleeping. Mr. (:alway followed his own plans, which :are entirely original. In the upper storey six folding doors open every ten minutes and the apos tles appear, marching in time to an air played by a large music box con trolled by the clock, each one bow ing before the Saviour as they pass, except the fourth one, which repre sent3 Peter, who turns his back on the Savioullr, and the evil spirit comes out from the upper storey of the clock and blows a trumpet In honor of Peter. The second storey is in the form of a mandIon with double doors in front, which also open every ten minutes. Lazarus appears at he rich man's d...
THINGS IN GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
THINGS IN GENERAL Old hair brushes which have become soft can be made hard and firm by dipping them in a solution of alum. What a man will do conscientiously for duty's sake, a woman will do for the sheer pleasure of doing it Depind upon it, even more tea would be drunk, even fewer whiskies and sodas Imbibed, it each lady saw to it that really good tea was served in her house. The chief duty of German women ronsrist not in attending meetings and Joinlng crganisatlons, but in placid work in the house and the family, that tLey should bring up the young gener aton in obedience, and that they whould make it clear to their children that it is not the object of existence to enjoy llfe at the expense of others. There was an interesting Incident during the delivery of Roosevelt's speech recently at Fargo. A disturb ance was caused by a gentleman in the hall, who at one point of the speech amazed the audience by calling out '"Liar!" Without any unnecessary fuss Roosevelt seized the offender,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
ASSURANCE 0O. LTD. ESTD. 1782. WORKEHS' COMPENSATION. FIRE. ACCIDENT. LOSSES PAID EXCEED ,000,000 LOese by 3USd FVIRS rnd by LICHTNINO wmade good by thi Company. AGENTS WANTED. - VbOsun 461 TO 471 BOURKE ST., Omes: MELBOURNE. DALCETY & CO LT2., ACENTS. Export Turkeys 10,000 WANTED. Heavy Birds. id. per lb. live weight. Old Fowls, top market price. Send for Price List B. No Cartage or Com mission charged. DAVID HYLAND & SONS. Exporters, Sennitt's Freezing Works, MELBOURNE. BENDIGO. Are you doing your work well, even though it may be rather uninterest Ing? To do uninteresting work well is the very best preparation for doing interesting work equally well. if and when it happens to come your way. PITT'S POISONED WHEAT. For olstraying Eats Milce. Sparrows end Parrots. eta It is tho only certain and genuine preparation. Retuve all Imitations. In .1. (large 1-) yellow packets; 2/5 Farmers' Tine. The best preventive against idle ness is to start with the deep-seated convicti...
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
WITrr AmND HUMOR. "Truth," said Edward Thring,. "is doing your best-always. The 'truth' ie put into our work is precisely that for which no one can Day us. It's surprising how unpractical sonicme very lcarned men are," said Jephlson. "There's Professor Bulton. for example. He spent over half his life in acquiring fluency lv nine or t'n languages., and then married a woman whlo lnever gives him a chance to get a word in edgeways!" "See here, waiter," exclaimed the indignant customer, "here's a piece of wool in my sausage!" Yes, sir." replied the waiter, "but I'm slre-er--" "Sure nothing! I don't mind eat ing the dog,. but I'm blowed if I'm go ing to ea:t the kennel, too." A school-teacher was cashingb her eonthllly ch-que ati thile b:lank, wh,)u the bank clerk apologilsd for the dirty condition of thile ndtes he iandedl to her. saying, "I hope you're not afraid of microbes." "Not a bit!" thit te.cher replied. 'I'nl sure, no microbe could live on my salary." Hllsband: "Why don't you w...
JAPANESE LETTER FROM A MOTHER TO HER SON. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
JAPANESE LETTER FROM A MOTHER TO HER SON. The Vienna eonrespondent of the "OIeskaya Lestka" sends the con tents of several Japanese letters which have been published in one of the Viennese papers. The following beautiful fetter from a Japanese mother to her son, who is now studying in Vienna. is specially worthy of perusal. This loving parent writes as follows:-" fv Dear Child. -Do not trouble yourself if you should now less frequently receive news of the war, which has caused here the great est escitement. Your father often says we ought to write to you oftener from home; buit I think the contrary, ind that we should not now spoil you with letters; for if you do not receive lv hers for 3 long time, which, is quite 'osibs dlrinr the war, then you will isommlnco to trouble yourself without nossitv snd will not be able to give our mind entirely to your studies at the nisorrity, on which we have all plincs ucrb 'rest hopes. Yesterday we Srev ired the news of the destruetion if the Petr...
TO THOSE ABOUT TO MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
TO T!CSE ABOUT TO .1ARRY. In a recent address on " Courtship" tro young men, the Rev. Paul Ba?l,.of St. A:n's Church, Mlanchester, elabo ra~ud "PIench's" pointed advice in tle folIouwing " Don'ts" : Don:'t marry early; such marriages :*eillomr turn out weld. Don't believe in love at first sight; :? rarely cal:'ies real judgment. P',,,'t he mi!ilcd by the mere love of .ntLr; :"r. woich begins with sounet· !nd F: da in ctrses. ;,:.-t ' c:,,,,e the partner of your lif' toln ootwa,,rel at psparanrce. whie! is .lp' : w?wr off, omn'tienis to w'?-: BOCW-LEOS. There is a current popular beiie; that a child will grow out of his bow legs, and for thot reason treatment i often neglected, to the little patient'e daetrixent. It is true that there is a natural tendency to spontaneoue straightening of bowed legs, but the tendency is frequentl.y thwarted by the weight of the child. It is better, therefore, never to do pend upon Nature's healing efforts but to assist these and naccelerate, then bv p...
THE HOUSEHOLD [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
THE HOUSEHOLD PassIon Fruit Cream.--Require4: 2 doz. passion fruit. 1 pint cream, 3o. sugar, j4oz. gelatine. Cut open the passion fruit, and with a spoon remove all the injide, put on to a sieve with the sugar, and rub through; mix with it a few drops of lemon Julce and sugar to taste; stir into the pure a pint of cream whi5ped until It is still; dll solhe the )clatino by putting it into cold water and stir it over the lire un il d?iU!olved. Let It cool before using. then -train it Into the cream, stirring all the time. Pour into a monld which has been dipped into cold water and stand in a cool place till firm. Real Curd Checsecakes.-Put a pint 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; prutthe curds into a basin, add three well-beaten eggs, half a cupful of sugar. one...
WOMEN'S WORLD. THE GENTLE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
WOMEN'S WORLD. THE GENTLE GEL. The gentle girl in a home may not ,o beautiful, may not be well eduvated not be music:l or an artist, or "clever't .n any way, but wherever she minovc ise leaves a benediction. Her sweet iatieiice is never distiurbesl by this sharp ivords that fall about tier. .'Tli :ilirein love her becraue she never tires if them. She hld them witli ilhir lessons, listens tI their frets anl worries, mends their broken toys, sislies dolls' dresses, straightens out tile tangles, and sottles their little iiarrels. and linda time to play with tem. When there is sickness in the ionce she is the angel of cemfort. Her farc is alIVays bright with the outshin iig of lose. Her voice has music in it as it falls in cheerful tenderness on the sufferer's ear. Her hands are won Irously gentle as their soothing toruch rests on the aching head, or they min ister in countless ways about the bed oj pain.
A GREAT STATESMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
A GREAT STATESMAN. (BY w. D. v. a.) The death of Mr Joseph Cham berIain removes one of the most distinguished personalities among English statesmen. The shrewdness and success with which he managed the business affairs of his father's firm natu rally attracted attention to him, and when he turned his thoughts to the municipal affairs of Bir mingham the people at once recognjsed in him t e man for the situation and ho r. During his connection with the munici pality he rendered "c-nal service to the people and s-' an exarmpIe that other riunicip?itiea eagerly followed. A man with such energy and personality naturally looked beyond the limited scope of tre Town Hall, and conse quently his vision restel on the larger outlook of national life, which in due course he entered. He had already made his mark in municipal life, and in the wider sphere of party politics he quickly gained a reputation as a keen debater and a man of mature judgment in the many practical questions that came before...