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DOCTOR AND LAW REMARKS BY JURY [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914

DOCTOR AND LAW' REMIARKS BY JURY Strong remarks on the conduct of an Exeter doctor were made yesteerday by jurymen at an inqluesLt ,n a man named Thoma H?umphrcys. who diet from col Iapso after eating indlgcstlltie food (says the "Dally News" of Novemter 14). HsumDhreys's son said he went to fetch Dr. Black on Wednesday morn Ing. Be told the iervant to tell Dr. Black that his father was very ill. andi that his mother would Day him when he came. The servant, hle said, re turned andtl asked if the father was in cured. Being told that he was,. he again raturned and ollid: "The doctor says If your father is insured you must not disturb hinx again." Iiumphreys then fetched Dr. Atkins, hbut when he arrlved hli father wa.3s dea. MIr .1. Brownlng (a juror): Don't you thlinkl Dr. Black was out of order In re fusing to attend :a case of life and death?' Thei Coroner: We have not Dr. Blackr here, but the Iroa i: that a doctor is not bound to go. Bilut we may think what we like aout a doctor wh...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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UPPER BEACONSFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 21 January 1914

UPPER BEACONSFIELD     Mrs Bunt of Upper Beacons field, met with a painful acci dent last week. When driving with her husband, near their own place, the vehicle was cap- sized down a gully and the occupants thrown out. Both   were badly bruised and Mrs Bunt had a rib broken. The jinker was badly damaged. Dr Bevan, who has been stay- ing at "'Penrhyn'" for some time recruiting his health, leaves for Sydney this week to attend to some important business in con nection with the Congregational Church. He expects to be ab- sent from the district for about a month. SA meeting has been hell to settle accounts in connection with the New Year's Day sports. The secretary Mr Russell fur nished a report and balance sheet which showed that the sports had proved a social and financial success. All accounts were passed for payment. Mr Geo Martin has installed an excellent water service at his new residence at Upper Beaconsfield, utilising the supply from a we...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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IMPARTIALITY A CANDID RELATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

IMPARTIALITY A CANDID RELATIVE. By W. Pett Ridge. In the ,"Westmln ster Gazette."). "So thankful to find you ut home." cried the flustered young woman. "Been wondering all the way from Shep herd's Bush. 'Supposelng Aunt Bertha isn't In, whatever shall I do?" Really. If you had happened to be out. I'd have made no more ado about It. but I should have gone straight down to the river. It's a positive fact, I assure you. Why," plaintively, "'what else could I have done?" "The weather's very trying," said the aunt. "Weather?" echoed the visitor, with bitterness. "Well for me if I'd noth ing worse than that to complain about" They went into the front room, where the aunt opened a window, brought forward an easy chair. The other de clined to sit down, and walked to and fro as well as the thick forest of fur niture permitted, twisting white gloves, and frowning at her reflection when she passed by a small mirror. The aunt spoke of one or two local engage ments arranged between parties In th...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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COOL-HEADED WOMEN "BETTER DRIVERS THAN MEN." [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

COOLeBEADED WOMEN "BETTER DRIVERS TrHAN MEN." The advent of the light motor-car has Inspired hundrede of women to learn to drive, and almost every day on the Chelsea Eanbankment. which is free front heavy trattlc, passers-by watch the beginning of the woman motorist'.a career. An instructor informed a represen tative of the "Dailly Mail" on Novem ber 26 that the woman driver is either very good or hopeless. "I can tell at the first lesson," he said. "and it has been my experience that the good woman driver is superior to the male driver. Posesselng a delicate touch, she rarely bungles the gears, and when driving is coolness personified, It is, I think, a question of concentration, for a woman I taught recently told me, after driving through London with the skill and dash of a taxicab driver, that sh g ulfered horribly from nerves all nlglCt "The other day a young married woman, with absolutely no experience of motoring, drove on her second les son through Oxford street and Regent st...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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FOOTBALL INCIDENT IDENTITY MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

FOOTBALL INCIDENT IDENTITY MYSTERY. The charge against a man giving tle name of Frederick Pater of attempting to bribe a West Bromwlch Alblon foot ball player was heard at Smethwick yesterday (reports the "Daily Maill" of December 2). Defendant, a man of medium height. apparently about 50,with grey hair and a sandy moustache, was well dressed. sir Chapman, who appeared for him. said Pater was not his proper name Hie did not desire his real name to be mentioned. Mr J. S. Sharpe, prosecuting on be half of the West Bromwich Alblon Football Club directors, with the sup port of the Football Association, ex plained that Mr Jesse Pcnnlngton was captain of the Albion club, which cn Saturday played a match against Ever ton. On Friday afternoon the defen dant called on Mr Pennington at his shop, and made a proposal with regard to the match on the following day. " I must say," said Mr Sharpe, "Mir Pen nington acted very cleverly In the mat ter. He played with the defendant. and ultimately sugg...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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VOLTURNO DISASTER EMIGRANTS BEHAVE WELL [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

VOLT[URNO DISASTER E2IGRAN'TS BEHAVE WELL More stories of the final scenes In tile burning emigrant ship Volturno were told at the resumed Board of Trade Inquiry Into the disaster yes terday (says the "Dally Mail" of De cember 2). Chief Engineer Dewar said that the deck was so hot that the water from the fire hoses boiled away to steam. Fr. Raeburn (counsel for the Board of Trade): Itow were the emigrants behaving?-Altogether very well. tou saw none jump overboard through fright ?--N. Did you hear of any having done so?--I only heard that two of the cabin passengers had done so. After the fires were drawn the witness asked the captlin if the engineroom staff might have a chance with the passengers; they had worked very well. and there had been no shirk Ing. When did the engineers leave the shlp?--ietween II o'clock and mid night, when we could not get any of the passengers to jump. Had efforts been made to induce the emigrants to go?-Yes: I said that It wanted somebody to give them ...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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A TALE OF THE ST. LEGER. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

A TALE OF THE ST. LEGER. Irn "ilaclng for Goldh' there is- a ltory of Fred Archer. whitch may not t,e generally known. It cseems that hhln thl?s famous;IIII jockey was at Don taster one year for ther St. Legere-the *.icning before the race he received a lparcel. d;llii, on open:ng, he loatoi to contain 101 sovereigns, and a slip of paper on whlch was written a pro rise to send hilt a second hundred if te did not win on tihe morrow. Arch er, who was to ride.the favorite, at once went to Lord Falmouth, the own er of the horse, told him what nOd alppened, and asked that another iJoc key might be put up in itis stead. But I.ord Fanlmonth would not hear of this, and told Archler to keep the mpney. lThe latter accordilgly rode the favorite ! '.it -:'i. :iOi tilhough he tholtght he lid ti rice itn t:ini. hie iwas heateti on the oi:t.I by a short head. On lis r,.itrn tro hli qiarrers hie found a par eul awaaitu himn, containing the see onti f£100. and a 'etter thanking him. for h;lvigr, keP...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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MILITARY ATTITUDE PROTECTION OF CITIZENS [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

MILITARY ATTITUDE PROTECTION OF CITIZENS The Kaiser last night summoned his new War MIlnlster. General von Falken hayn, and the Chief of the Imperial Military Cabinet, General Baron von Lynckner, to DonaueschLngen. where his Majesty is staying with his friend Prince Max Egon zu Furstenberg (says the Berlin correspondent of the "Daily .Mail," December-2). To-day the Incl dents at Zabern, in Lower Alsace, were the subject of an exhaustive dlscus sion between the Kaiser and his mill tary chiefs. The incidents at Zabern originated in a speech mlade by a twenty-year-old subaltern, Lieutenant von Forstner, to his men. He advised them to stab any "wackes" (meaning rowdy) who at tacked them. The populace interpreted "wackes" as meaning Alsatian and made angry demonstrations against the military, who on Friday took control of the town for twenty-four hours. The incidents have now become an affair of national magnitude. The Reichstag to-day devoted most of Its attention to Zabern instead of p...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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DETECTIVE'S RUSE. HOW A THIEF WAS TRAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

S DETECTIVE'S RUSE. . IOW . THIEIF WAk? TIL\IPIPID. S?ime -ealrs ago a famhsllli. dletec lite outg.eoralled a criminnal whos ,ra-ft .iiid cunning the former rcol is.?l here inl unorlal circllnlmstances irohabily superior to his. I- he'll scene (says the "New York "Trilune") was one of the larger cities iln Pennsll Ivania. A hank hadl lh'en rnolHbed .ystematirally for over a period of four months., and after a week spent secretly on the case ti.the dltetective was pretty sure that the siuccef'sion of roblberies waits to be laid at the cashier's door. l'roof positive, however, as aInck ilg. andll- tihe detective, although his m1ind w.as made up as . to the calshier's guilt, alppreiateil that Ihe had alsolutely nolthing in the wa.) of concrete evislenc' whlerewith tlo lIlge eoel anl indlirect charge nagninst the s.uspectcet l man. It was Sessnitl ial that the c.shier Ie given no hint that tilhe rolleries had bheenl noticed, and especially no hint thlit She was under suslicioiin. Posing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

WATS 0N' N" 0 SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. dAm7S WArSON & Co L DOWIDEE. t I mAdC&~ur'? J5 A d&-sI~ O INVBNTORB PATENT S Obtained In Commnonwealth and le where for improved method of Appoll ance.. Tools. etc., of a ny descriptio Pull Information, Cast, etc., sent on pavotcatiam to A. O. SACHSE, C.E. AUSITRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corsner Collins and William 8t1, MELDOURNE A curiously distorted accaunt of Engltsh municipal customs appeared In the responsible French journal "L'0Opnlon.' Throughout England and Wales the newly elected mayors to the number of 27 were duly weighed in. They wilt again be weighed when they quit office. so that the electors may know If they have gained fesh during their term. At London Eachequer there was solemnly registered the weight of the new Lord Mayor. Sir John Gomm, who turned the scale at 15st lib. His predecessor, Sir Gracfe. weighs 1st 2/lb. and lost 61Ab during his term of olilce. He wos, th...

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DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

DRAINACE. When the Victorian Loan Bill I was under discussion in the SLegislative Assembly last week Mr Keast, the member for this district, againr made rcference to the proposed drainage works at Kooweerup. He said he noticed that the sum of £50,000 was pro vided by the Government for irrigation and~-water--supply in various districts, and he asked for infdrmatiori is to the eoritri butioii to be made todwards the Kooweerup drainage scheme. This matter, he said, had been beforethe House for the last two years,.but nothing had been done pending the report of the State Rivers and Water Supply Corn mission which had just been fur nished to the G vernment. He uniderstood the Cabinet was now 'deahing with the riattdi-', buthe had received a number of letters and telephonic messages asking when the work was to be gone on with. If the work was left over till after the summrer, the settlers-would be flooded out again as they had been during the last two or three years. So serious was the m...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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LOVE-MAKING AMONG FOWLS. The Chantecler Romances of Real Life Described by a Naturalist. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

g LOVE'-MAKIIG AlIOONL. tOWLb The Chantecler Romances of Real Lifa Sl :ume. tu '·CdItiut the Fre'?nch stem;:, s een, rnaitr iluee ' to muiy permsos t" e exlpcct to tld love-naklinog exist!n:g ilong ulllnst 1 of tile \eil-nollJln iIVIs if this rI nltry a dll. ah(stibly 'e .aov ,, I o th'ese is intenisely intereatu. To a onuslderable e"xtent :. I uilltas, aInti pigeons are Illmlllftaliuills. and whcsrE. the iscxs tin a I:;ik arie equal, each nlale will be true ahnd faithful to his mat.e. W\ith 'lucks, tur. keys, andl' chickens rthis is, not:xh: 5 case-PT.' he sOlilelutoI dlrnytirlj.dOiI i:i the greatest lorni6ft. oitcnjmilug as miiny as twenity-live wives. The giillantry of thie-gander is trulli an object-lesson. tie will ever be the constant conmilanion of his choice never allowing her to get out of his sighlt for a hlinote. Should he be sep aralteld frol his nmate tandij placed wi: h a.tliiher hlie ill seldolml acceijt the, n ow one so long as the old lmate is ianywhere vlthiin hear...

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LONDON PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

LONDON PROBLEM No confirmation ot the report re ferred to at a meeting ot the London County Council--that a great scheme is In preparation for the amalgamtatlon of all the electric supplY companies in London-could be obtained bY a "Daly hewsn" representative who. on ovem The Bill which the compeany Is p?? moting for postpo1ng .thl e date at which the London CountY ouncll may purchase the electric c ipMlpaes has. our ropresntatlve was informed. noth lag to do with the qestion of amnal gmatlon. Despite these denals, the question of the uture of London's sup-e ply Is admnttedly causing Increased anxiety and interest. _?onte comtanie There aroe thirteen prviatec? __es and 15 local authorities prodauing el ec trilty In the Council m aa- Thetotal capital ef the companies is about fucr ten millions, that o the lcal autho rities about so and a half millions. In| addition the borough councils are con stantlv Increasing the capital tIheyI have sunk In their enterprises. The present, position ...

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STORY OF LORD DUNEDIN [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

STORY OF LORD DUNEDIN at the moment concerning Lord Dune din is one which tells how he once Incurred Judicial censure (says the '-?estminster Gazette"). In the days when he acted as Junior counsel he chanced to he voicing the interests of a client in the Second Division of the Court of Session. Edinburgh. and, ap parently finding his arguments lebsa pcrsuatsve than he could have wished. he requested their lordships to imagine for the osoment that they were navvle,. and to look at the question from the workers' standpoint- Thereupon Lord Roncrieff. who then acted as Lord Jus tice-Clerk, Informed the audacioub advocate that "the Invitation was one quite unsuited to the dignity of the Court." I,, -'

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SALVE OF SLEEP [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

SALVE OF SLEEP Joy. Temperance, and Repose Slam the door on the doctor's nose. This old saying was quoted with ap - proval by Professor William Stirling,. of Manchester-descrlbed by Sir James Crichton Blrowne as "the most brilliant exponent of modern physlo logy"-in a lecture at the Barnes Hall of the Royal Society of Medicine. Wimpole street, W., last evening (re ports the "Daily Neows" of November 28). Muscular fatigue, said the Profes sor, gradually used up the chemical reserves upon which our movements depended, and, In addition, poisonous by-products were formed which often remained to clog the machine and to act as toxins Severe bodily exercise, he declared, was Incompatible with full digestive activity. "After dinner rest awhile" was part of the proverbial wisdom of Salerno. Mental fatigue greatly Im paired bodily activity, and physical or muscular disease had a distinct effect I on brain activity. The too ardent but untrained Alpine climber, the enthulastleatc but unseas one...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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PROFITABLE ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

PROFITABLE ROSES. II I|uses, tlholigh generally admired as thle moust beautiful flower, are not universally recognised as the prohit able article of colnmuerce that they really are. Tralhe roses are grown in 'arious parts of Europe, but chiefly atL (;risse. in France, and: KIasunlik, in uulbarl;d wihee ' esit sitretishe' of rose gard1ens provide the chief supaid fily of roses for tlid inarkets of the world. The highly eultlvated roses are Ils|eless for ucolnlllereC pur poses, alld bloth at (rasse and Kar ?anlik it is the cablbage rose that ihs chielly grown--"Lth rose 0of a. hun tired petals," as they call it. In Southern FraLnce. Thilse(;ras .roses are used chiefly for liomlrles, soaps, rose-wtuter; and comnlrnliti ; andt the dlemand made by tihe manulfacturers of such orn the rose-growers of (;russe canll he pnirtl"?- jlingeui. froIut the fact thap mire than 2,00,00011i.l of roses ire annu?lily gathered in the district. Ias.enre-o-r, nas , it is calledl attar of roses--is ,rarely ...

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

LOCAL HEWS. A grass fire, supposed to have been started by a Spark from a railway engine, broke out about six o'clock on Saturday evening last in Mr Richardson's paddock, near the' railway line, within a few hundred yards of the. local station. Fortunately Mr Colling: happened to.be coming from the stat:on at the timie arid attacked the odtbreak before it: mnade much headway,, and with the r.sistance of others who were quickly bn the scene managed to get the fire out before mudh damage was done. 'By Mr. Col lings' action a seriois fire was averted, for there is- an -abind ance of grass in all the paddocks arid if the fire hadigained algood hold it would have spread ouickly and done much damage, Property in this district: still continues to. change' hands. The latest sale: reported" is that of Mrs Burd's farm at Harkaway which is stated to have been sold at £-22per aore. The Church of Christ Sunday school held their annual picnic at Morcialloe last week. Therewas a good attendance of...

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Death of a Balaclava Hero. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

Death of a Balaclava Hero. I j'iscr,llnt 'l'ru l:',i r. a Crimrnan Leterranr, arid rrirh-'. o ri d liii lord, lie aft,.r a hutr= illness art. .Atrrgare rrrnry, in his righ?thy-siriind 3"cur. Ilorn ,n April -2, 1981, he enteredl the Array in It 19. (In ing out to the Crimea in 18.?31 with his regiment, thie 17th LnnI cer.. Lieutenant (;odfrey Miorgan, as he thet wt as---serLed through the whiter- a nr. n wis irestent at the Iattles of Alta, Iktinlava, - ard Inkerrnun. In a lrtter ,lescriliing the famious chirgCt of thre I.ight Iri aode it llaaclanlt, he s.ai : ".Grasl, ing our horses Ih tle lhearti. aiy we went. We haIl not git ilulrny _rrlls brefirr we .were rlundler lire of thle first heavy liatiery on ounr Ieft. ()tn we went, the lrice ilncreasinr, amidist the thikLest shriwer oif shell, shirt,. -gr~nr,.. c;atlister, an llt lllie frlo tire front tad [talikts. horses AnI men ,rolring ty sinrtes every y'ard. l The whi stlinr anil urackiri of shells was l,eyvi nd all rh.scrip tin.. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

HANDICAP. S 'ho ,l}r.pctic s -cly hlai.iispprc, in 3 this NlMe. If he is L maun ihe c.n'C kiep lce Swith his 'til-ao L. ,laiCe .! the ceaeknme 3 the diplerica aeo ite itlreri-g that in digesticn ir.,eithbly trirge in its Iuain. If a wcmio. tLo olthn feil it itroerble to clarry cut the daily hcue.held ttha. or ) r.ie the inuoildB tf a bor n ii (cct.patic,. brcouso he.dacltit, "iiasttettr g klt uesat tackr, ralpitltioo and ;Icepletrtcsb are 3 poiling her life. Thli strenucue ago wants turn and ncmnien cl ctrdgip .tibre,. boundleba oergy aind list choeilf ntls, LuL the ii}peptio is not nianilr- e - iuumLar. ' Gr can he rxpect to be*" How can he'h' pe toget 'irecugh the-da's B:. rk'tpetdhly and tffi Scitetly it his mind iJ clood~d aBL his eyt tim clrgged with the pautoncua pntducta ,f ziaiguatitBn. Iuw anon eay man, or wiinmn either, woik wttll mid 'beerfilly henu the vwtll-priirgs of giad health1nd Ibtretigth-the atomach, lirver an biokl.- a*re disuagunlstA and weakined. .I caI'.'be no...

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NO TROUBLE TO MARY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 28 January 1914

NO TROUBLE TO MARY.. I :'M-it Daughter or the House (to new maid): You may go to bed no??, Mary. al remember, we breakfast at nine. New.MIaid: AllI right. miss. It I ain't down, you needn't wait.

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