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APPLE AND TOMATO JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
APPLE AND TOMATO JAM. Wipe five pounds o[ apples with a clean damp cloth, and cut thent in to quarters. Do not peel them. Put thenm in a. preserving-pan, and bare ly covir with cold water. Sinmer until they are quite soft, and strain through cheese muslin. Put somne' tomatoes into boiling water for one minute. and then take them out and skin them. Slice them thinly. Add the slicedi -to matoes to the apple liquid, andl weigh, To every pound of liquid and tomatoes put a pound o[ pre sevring sugar. Then colour with a little' cochineal. Simmer until a little of the jmm put on a saucer gets firm. Pot while hot.
BEACONSFIELD UPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
BEACONSFIELD UPPER. Last week Mr G. H Knox had the misfortune to lose one of his horses. It is surmised that, during the night, the horse was galloping about the paddock, and caught his front foot between some large stones, with the re sult that the hoof was wrenched off. As soon as the injury was discovered the horse was shot. The annual tennis dance, to take place next month, promises to be a great success Arrange rnents for the affiir are nowv being made by the committee Mr Knox, prosident of th'e Dramatic Club. and Mrs Kono. wore to give their annurl even ing to members and frionds o the club on the 23th instant, but ow;ing to Mr Koox bavtin rf fered a bercavemenr th ough the death of his sister &lt;Miss M. Knox). the function has been postponed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 22 July 1914
SPcrlfe Noticer i'E BO.RDE -R OTEl., kER W ICK? THE OLDEST HOTEL IN THE DISTRICT. Golf Links oppoeite. - Good Shooting and Driving, Large Garden and Tennis Court on Premises for use of Visitors. Billiards. - Stabling. - Vehicles for iire. Ci'e Motor Car rarties and Cyclists catered for. Large Room for Meetings Free of Charge. Week-end Visitors catered for. JoII P. fD. TRIADO, Proprietor. Phone Berwick 6. Late of Broken River Hotel, Benalla. GIPPSLAND HOTEL BEACONSFIELD. A. R. BRAGG, Licensee. Good Accommodation. Week-end Visitors Catered For. Fishing and Shooting. Golf Links in Preparation. Billiards. Good Stabling. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE. &nbsp; &nbsp; :CARDINIA PARK HOTEL LOWER BEACONSFIELD. This Hotel is now under new management, and caters for Week-end Visifors; also .7iotor and Picnic Purties. Good Fishing and Shooting. Only one class of Wines and Spirits stocked-THE BEST. PoeJ. H. STEEL. Licensee. Phone 5, Berwiek. Commonwealths &JBanh or RutralIta HEAD OF...
A Home-made Vise. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
A Home-made Vise. While making a h)box I hnad s;)me dovetailing to do, and a. there wa. no vine on the bench I rigged up a subltitute. t secured a board[ Sin. thick, in. w'ide and 2Oin. long and hored., a -in. hole through it, lin. fron ecch end. The boardi wnas then attachdcl to the lbench with two screws pa:sing through washers all tile twa holes in the hoard into the bench top. T'ihe screws :houll le of a length suit ahble to take in the piece to be w orked.
Off the Target. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
Off the Target. .1 Pat and Murphy, since both had fallen in love with the same wo man, becarme involved in a deadly feud. There seemed to be only one way of settling the matter-a duel. Pistols were agreed, upon at twenty pacms. But when the stout Mur phy saw his lean adversary facing him. he began immediately to raise objections. "'ledad," he said, "I'm twice as big a target as he is, so-- I ought to -stand twic as far away froni him as he is from me." Pat's "second" treated this amaz ing proposition quite seriously, and for a long while stood thought ful and puzzIed. T'hen: "There's no need for that," he said. "Be aisy, now. I'll soon put the matter right." Taking a piece of chalk fromn his pocket, he drew two lines down the stout Murphy's coat, leaving a space between them. "'Now," he remarkeld, turning to Pat, "blaze a.way, ye spalpen, and retrnelil)er that ony hits outsidc the chalk lines don't count !"
Centre of Gravity Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
Centre of Gravity Ex periment. -----+- This ,xprir ,t con:ists ',f sulr '?enduig a pail of water from a stirk ,.acu'1 lponl a tlable as ,hoWn in thlo nrcol,[nl;',ing ,;blchi. In orlder to ncconmplish .thit experi ment, lwhich seetnms imossille, it is necessary to place a stick, A. of stufllicient length, between the end of 'the stick on the table and the bottonm of the pail. This makes the centre of gravity somewhere near the middle of the stick on the table, thus holding the pail as shown.
Yawning as an Exercise. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
Yawning as an Exercise. Ž3 -4--- ,Yawnning is said to have an ex ceedlingly healthful funictic.n besides hasing a salutary etffect in com plaints of th:e pharynx tand the eustachian tubes. According to in vestigations ,}awning is the nmost natural form of respiratory exer cise, bringing into actioin all the form of respitatory lulcle ces of the neck and chest. It is rconaiuneinlcu tlint every Icer son should ha... a gnd ,a .n withli the stretching of the limbs morning and evening for th, licrp.sn utf vun tilating tihe luegs and tonifying the respiratory inl?scles. An eminent authurity asserts that! this frtl of gnniau t iti- has a re niarkable effect ii relict iing throat a::d car troubles, antld soe hUnt pa tients sulTering friom dlisrlcrs of the throat haue drivid orcat honolit frim it. If,, sio hi makeu bus pa tients awnu. byIt suiggtion or imi tntion, or hy a series of deepl bruaths u itli the lil?s partly clohel. T'hn yawning i:; reipute l six or seien tiles, an ,lshould he fol...
IN BORROWED PLUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
IN DOItilOWED PLU1EtS. The .MLir of Afghanistan, smitten uitlt Westerznizing notions, insists upon the personages of his Court apluaring in turopean clothes. TIhre are nlisy nousing features nhbout this craze for European dress. Use is nmade of cast-fIT uniforms that may Ibe seen in Kabul is as amazing as it is unmusing. The war liki- Afghan may Ire seen strutting about even in the statious an the Indian border as proud as a pea cck in a uniform which hears on it the name of a well-known Lon don music-hell, while there are others ii the uniforms of English and Contioental rail ia y-guards. Frequently it is only a coat that ii worn, and a pair of brown hare legs complete the outITt. "You ski my hand in marriage. i Aren't you rather amhitiout ?" ''Yes, hut f always did strive for big things." Fron that moment hiM case was hopeIes,
Style With the Gloves. POINTS AND TRICKS OF RING CHAMPIONS COMPARED BY OUR EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
siyle Withth- iGloves. - POINTS AND TRICKS OF RING_ CHA.\MI'IPONS COMPA.RED BY OUR EXPERT. Style in hoxing is the finishing I touch given bl a particular man to a general principle in hin own way. To, give an instance, the principle of the straight leand-oll at the head is the same the world over. Hiut no two verv goodl hIsers do it in qplite the same wany. To take t)hi siiople hlow--the straight 1,-t at the head-there is 'ery little ronl for f tuch variety. ~iYet chazli,?ons hate made this hest of all hlouv e'tective in q:ite dif ferent wav. Jin Driscoll, to take a present day exanle., hastt the qic'est left I have ever seen: le drloe not just pop it into his oppollent.' face once andl hack naay. hbut as a rul, with lightninlg osciftnesa. he hits again andt again-s.omnetimees four times in succession. IHow different is the Frenchman. Georges Carpentier ! Witl him there is Jl?lt as much grace of movement, the same eagerness to follow up an advantage, buIt th, style is totally differ...
ORANGE BLOSSOM. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
ORANGE BLOSSOM Becrnsfield Upper was quite en fete on Thursday last, the occasion being thile marriage of Mi-s M. Fowler, third daughter of the late Mrand MrsJ. Fowler, of Camberwell, and Mr Arthur Harold Anderson, second son of the late R. G. and Mrs Andewrson, of "Caversham," Pakenham Nih. Great interest was taken in the event, as both the bride and the bridegroum are so well known and universally liked, and their's was the first wedding ceremory to be performed in he Iccal public hall. The hall was beautifully deco rated by the numerous girl friends of the bride who worked under the able supervicion of Mrs James Wilson, white herth and daisies, with chains of ivy leaves and flowering lucerne, beirn.g used with light and grace ful effect, which was also helped by a number of floral horseshoes and a beautiful bridal bell. The ofliciatinfg clergyman was the Congregational minister, the Rev. James Wilson. The bride, who .vas given away by her brother. Mr i. S. M1 lFowlor. !o,!00-d ch...
In Old Japan. THE CHARM OF KYOTO. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
In Old Japan. THIE CIIARtII OF KYOTO, No city in Japan has more charm than Kyoto, none is per haps so thoroughly worth while from the point of view of the tra veller. The Japanese have a say ing that you muLst never use the word magnificent till you have seen Nikko. Splendour indeed seems to mock at the hard reality of death on the terraced hillside planted witih giant cryptomenas where the Shogulls sleep in .such pomp. But Nikko, despite its per feet natural surroundings, is.withal a tomb, Kyoto old in story, a place of living men. This ancient capital of the Mikados has, despite modern innovations, maintained that essentially Japa nese character which is half obli teratedl in Tokio. True, the nar row streets are a network over head of telephone and telegraph wires and electric cables. Poles almost bending iunder the weight of the cables they carry are curious and unattractive objects which have to be accepted in everys little Ja panese town and village to-day. One of the first que...
FOOTBALL. BERWICK v. CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
FOOTBALL. BERWICK V, CRANBOURNE. On Saturday last Berwick jour neyed to Cranbourne for their return ma ch. Thewcather was fine and the ground, w;hich is sandy and heavy, at its best. The lo.cl did not pat in aL ap ear ance ti, clo-e oi 4 o'0ck ani. iled tihey ti!ed on ,i the are:a seemod, .)u'J;:in' S 'a the multi colo1 0 ,i ~oFIs, to ha v been r e e cu i t e d i r + ,r o , a ! ; o v ,_.r t h ,e S t'a 'e . T[ey p ,vj d *thyf ipreselnt , Lired s a:J nur- of the ne.wv player's t.vin. to ,.death in his family, Jacl:so.:., who iad be0;- ipointed umpI-c. did not coo-, and his viace was ta,'ken by McMulin. .iho kl ept full co"trol Stile game and proved himseif a; ca;:pable ad judicator all thirou:.;h, in marked contrast with other so-called umpires. Tnrie game was played -with keenness and skill and was a good exhibition of feotbali. Ber wick players are tS be congratu lated on their game against so formidcible a combination. They played nicely to each other and kept their places well. Ey...
Useful Winter Wrap. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
Useful Winter Wrap. -4----- Our sketch shows a iuseful little garlment that can sery easily be made, and thalnt mna be slipped on under a coat prior tro going out, and that not only w'ill protect the shoulders. chest, and back from the cold, hut w'ill also keep the neck and shoulders warnm without using. a scarf of any kind. It cn, lae carried out in quilted silk 'ir satin and cut out in too pieces of the shape shown in the diagram on the right of the sketcllhes, A representing the collar and t the remaining por tion .of the wrap. It is hound at the edges with nlarrow rillbon and fastens at the back with hooks alnd eyes. The upper sketch shows a front view of this chest-protector nnd the lower illustration the back. This little garment will be found of service not only to adults, but for children also. If rolled up tightly it, will not make a very large uencil.
BEACONSFIELD UPPER. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
BEACONSFIELD UPPER. Orchardists are busy just now pruning and spraying. A large number of young trees will also be planted this season, present grow ers extending their orchards and n.w ones planting. Land still comii:u s to change. hands. I have heard of several blocks being sold lately at. satis facto-y prices. Buildings also continue to be erected . Ar, A. 0iller, of Berwick. has just male a start ot; a five roamed villa for Mr Percy Anderson. This is being bult on Mr Andersori's: land, on the main Gsiibrook Road, nea-r the postoffice. Visitors to th2 district duriig the past week have had the-. pleasure ,of eeing.the. ranges at the head of the Yarra covered wi h ~inov As the weather has been good the view h.s been an exceptio :ally fine one. The an:nal meeting of the Beacons e. U,s, or ,ro, ch of the Au?-tra;ian WVoe:,'s Nti,,nal League was hed ih the supcer rToGm :t thi h.l on Monday a; tr noon Tfe.e was a :0;,).1 ;it'cz da?nce of ;,.e:iLea. t- prcident. rs Kir,:a tl., ,clp ;ng...
FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
FEAR. A Inrge t'majiirity of men and wo uorn, e'ptr.&lt;ily " a.nitt the unedueat tt. khnow "rry little tabhnut t pprohen tiin in a tifitri. Thy feet it sel foru ai l'orgtt it in-,t. They dIt itt esrt ft-er dleth uso usn as it crnit"s ti tflitm itl blus. W0 are continually tthli now:tin!.1\,* that the tlae if the pur is ,iut of the sin. Plosibly this is truo, but on this sere neirtint the, darIst .shan?+ius are not sitill lI theml. hior thinki,,u tuoh aidtt m?en, howt+el-, aplprehotusiotn do++,s lintkin life-,tor tttn miiuut if than| rare to sit'. It etgiinsl early, oftien nith the awakuninn of the rllellltr., andl theyv are n,-vr entirely free of it. 'The ?;llltitullt of fear w-hich b~sets mainny ofi us outi of all proportion to the anlolllunt of nlisforttlne whitlh we htve inhad to enlurer or evenl to that which in our rational mIo mttents wa expect.
MORNINGTON FARMERS' SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 29 July 1914
I &MORKINCTi N FARMERS' S SO~IETY. The ann i n:metint of the local agricu:Iturl s.c:tty was held on £hursd:ry last, when there wv: a large attenldance and a° Rgod deal ,if interest was shown in the proccedings. Mr W. Wilson occp-ied the chair, and the following we.re also psesent :- Messrs Gibb, Sharp, Chirnside. a'Beckett, Kirkham, Officer, J. B. Pearson. Wanke, Juno R?hardsii. il,. .?i'Lennan, Leek , d unt. Hliroy. Lyon,.1as. Richardson. Maicphelrson, White, Patterson. Ogilvy and Dr Gr lfi.h. The mnites If the last annual meeting were re ad ;ard cintirmed. BALANC[ SH EI-T. The balance .heet and report (published in luss: issu-) which showed the soc;ety an havirg made gord progress during the year, were read andl adopted, the chairman remarking tfat they were very iatisfactoty. OFFICERS. The followv;ing officers were re-electtd : Ho. treasurer, Mr H. L. White ; hn. solicitor, Mr Jeffrey Macpherson; ihon. vet. surgeons, Messrs A. Wilson and H. S Rludduck ; hon. auditors, Mes...