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THE PROLIFIC PASSION-VINE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
».T,HE PROLIFIC PASSION-VINE. There is no need to stop the run ners or trailers, when the fruit is sec, 'beyond keeping all irregular and unduly long upshoots within bounds. The vine simply requires to be kept in shape at the pruning season by the pinching back or removal of strag gling vinos and shoots, and old vines may be renovated by cutting back all the growth to the main stalk and al lowing a new growth to replace that cui away. Under suitable conditions and in a fairly fertile soil the pas sion-vine will then throw out young tender healihv shoots, and will bear good-sized fruit, without the necessity of stopping the runners, .although, as lias been already stated,' tiie trailers should be kept Within hmimlc soil should be kept free and loose around die vine-;, and if there is a deficiency of humus (vegetable mat ter) in the soil, stable or farmyard manure may be dug in. When fertilisers are applied to pas sion-vints they are remarkably pro ductive. From a number of experi men...
WHAT IS THE BEST DIET [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
WHAT IS THE BEST DIET Mr iv.,, v| i";llTin.. m t'> 1 ' i;-': :it M .; \!..l/.l 1i ?'." -.17. I*«.&lt;i !i" lisvl wry jmm(r hi'iihli :u ii.... '.-it h" . ? I . Ills \ i 1: 11 i L t.\ >.!. :&lt; i'rnii-and nut ? ii-? I. The i',.:i? ? i???.: is his advice to iliev «lm .i . t ... f,.ll"vv 1,1* , : liov r;iii adopt a fruit-.ii;d-nut. ll.-, ?' V. the l!.',; uay 1.. : itr I*i-rI':ij>s a &lt;I&lt;-'? ri)>tion ni ilie u;iy I :l 1>, ill L il. V.t.llill III' i!' ? I j 11' 111 in t!:'^ 'I'M. l,Ai;r wars ! Iiaii' In ci! iii ilu 1 i:l'&lt;it u/' i'i(iri|' olilv iuu in iI - a &lt; 1 ;i \ lunch llllil '!i.' A n-.xl.-r is_ all 111 : t I I1 j' II | ii ill I'l-ili". ill illr 11:'' I IlillL'. I'in'ii about j II ii in I l : i' ? a i'i>u|ilr ul applts, several date,-., am! a small hand I'nl nf nuts; ,tv tlir.'c iir hair peaches, dues, a";! Jim ^. Ill' 1' a 11 a 11 a s. Ii;;s. and nuts; i i Some --'milar c.on! &lt;i!u ' a >n. In ...
DRAINAGE IN THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
DRAINAGE IN THE ORCHARD. Drainage is one of the most im p.-irtant aids to success in tho pro notion of fruit. If tliere are indica "i.ms that [lie soil is retaining too -rich moisture, a system of under -TmiiKl drainage should be adopted, soon as the young trees are plant i i This work is often allowed to sand over until the second or third y.-.u- after planting. The orchard is tiii.s kept back at a time when rapid gi"'vth is most desirable. Land that lias a tendency to hold more water Ur.i". necessary should be adequately dvii'.ned a full season before it is plaited. Ideal condition.-; would .be tlu> result, and the progress of tlio orc'mvnl would more than compensate for the early outlay. In any case., underground drainage 01' most areas is essential. It is, therefore, better to do it. as soon as the trees are Planted, if not a year in advance, than to delay the work for 1L' months or more. Many systems of underground drainage have been used with good effect. Narrow trenches cu...
THIS BUSHMAN ABROAD. ("Stock and Station Journal.") [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
THIS BUSIIMAN ABROAD. ("Stock ami Station Journnl.") Phero uro tmow-whitc miols on the mountain side, Thcro avo wild flowers wet with rnin, 3ut my heart goes buck whore the old loves guido To tho h\&lt;x bare plains again. Lho blue-bell growa by the luetic bridge, And tho ro&o on tho ruined lnwrr, Uut its Oil ! for the scent of n suv did .ridge, And (i whiit of the "iinia in llowrr. There an* women enough with a frinuilv f.milc, Tln'i'o air iu«in one i-i ^lad to inr"t , Writ there would not in* room in llii. cramped. cold isle I'or tlu» warm bush hearl.-i to beat. Hero they touch your hand with a cafolese flip ; It ib meant for a friendly shako ; But thoy don't tako hold with tho royal grip That tho Wealovn Bushmen tako ! It's u narrow lifo at the Ijeafc up hero, Whero tho pnddocku that pass us HiH'h Are a chain each way, and the towns uo near That the nnburb>3 oi each on® touch; And they jxish you by with a lifted cup And a greeting meant to be kind ; But it isn'...
A NEW EVENING WRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
NEW EVENING WRAP. Tiiis is a very up-to-date (lesion for an evening wrap, yet it is so simple that the most inexperienced home dressmaker can make it. The body ot the wrap is in two pieces only, without a seam under the arms. There is hardly an annhole, and there is cer tainly nothing to crush the frailest of frocks. The collar may have a deep square or rounding outline at the hack, and may be of all-over lace or corded silk. The wrap may be made in faced cloth, velvet, clmrmeuse or )ttoman silk. M. Thorp and Co., sole agents, 191 1 'ollins-stixet, Melbourne, have But erick''j paper pattern 5715, in sizes 1'oni ",2 to inches bust measure. Price, lid. posted.
HUMBLE POTATO [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
HUMBLE POTATO ?arrangements are being mado in France for tlie celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the death of Farmentier, whose name is insep arably associated with tho introduc tion of potatoes as a popular comes tible. I.iouis Louis XVI. promised to help him to launch them by giving a ban quet at which they were to be served as an attractive novelty; but the Royal cook unfortunately misunderstood the instructions given to him. Instead of boiling the tubercles, he cooked the leaven as a kind of cabbage. Tho courtiers, after trying every imaginable sort of condiment with the preparation, pronounced the dish de testable, and declared that no per suasion would induce them ever to taste it again. Inquiry, however, detected, the error which had been made, and a second experiment brought the new delicacy Into high favor.
Port Franklin. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
Port Franklm. ! The swimming club lie IJ it f >r t - I iiiyhrl\' gold m-.-dal computi ion on , Siiitu-'lii-.v l«s', iln! in-iin item of in i ii i'! s! being 1110 l.ulic.-i' in)iniii:itit.'ii inc. the piize, a silwr Ie;t|)&lt;>t, p e Heut"d l>v tbn I>!*ll Tea C i. fiir (In: occasion K"«n int!ro-t was taken j in Il,o i'vent by tin; ladies of t'ie dis jtiic', tliir: v 11.)iiii11;iri.111a I eing re , citivid. Four s« iinm-i'"", Sinn liut-k, I Neil, t'i ii)prt anil Meyi v.-, who aie , evil en iv favouii is w,th ihe J.mii. 1 received G n- iniiiatums each, n>-c .&lt; ! sitnliiix ii dniw which was a> ran^i cl ! bv Cl'. Nieol, F. Martin, ami II. iicrg. !A tiojiliy was a,iiii.nl for ;]i-.; ladies | who picked tlio second ami tliird \ swimmer, The lace wa- proba'dy ! one of tliu bust \et lu'hl at. 1'ori ! Franklin. TIKI winner being \' Sinnbock (Wel-hpool) who started j -S sees behind .scratch ; L. Noil, ser., '2 ; and '? 1. liobel t-', I S, c , :i. I,. | Mevf...
GERMAN UNEMPLOYED [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
GERMAN UNEMPLOYED According to the report of 15 of th» larger trade unions, 3 per cent, of thoir memlierB wore unemployed at the end of November, tho total Ijeintr 51,303 (says the Berlin correspondent of "Tha Dully No'.vr.") This is again a considerable increase compared with Oc.\.-ber. At SO!) public iabof exchanges there vere 219 male applicants per 100 vacancies, and 133 female. The number uf members of the .State Insurance Committees pay ins premiums-that is, men in work decreased by over S'.KOOQ during the month. The serious* condition of housing in the village* of Wurtemher^ is shown by the report of the Slate housing in spectors for 1911-101-. Ourin^ the pe riod under review 21,000 dwelling or 7 per cent of the total accommodation, in 1727 communities were challenged, and declared unlit for human habita, tlon, overcrowding and insanitary con ditions heinic the ' hief eauses. It is stated th:it the conditions W'.-re much worse in ciaintrv villa u-t.-s than in towns and cities...
Welshpool. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
Welshpool. On Tuesday, LYu. .'u-.l, fcho Welsh"" pool Committee ot tlit> Ilush Nursing Association held its iir.-t m-etiug for tlit' year when the coiiimii'.ea wurtnly welcomed the new I>naii nuiso, Miss Calvert, a lady jMis'-ciisiri^ mo-it excel' lent ceititioat03 of training in all branches ot nursing and w! o lnis »J' leady earned much appreciation by thi-sf iiMjuirinii her skilled attendance I'or tin: year 1 i) 11, ;iil altvui'ion Ml lilt' scale or charges will ni itle, .^nin^ pi t K-ri-nee to o'lri-ilmtors, follows: - Kvery hnus hjldcr c .ntri* lnuiug ~1 Is annua ly shall burn1 titled In : he s Tvice.s of the nurs" ut a redue/ion ot f>o pev cent. 011 the 11 m 1 d f os t jt" himself, wife and jiunily; same co:;n ibutiny 1>>S G 1, i ledne i m i)l H.i prr cent. : -on's over ! the aye of IS year- ex-d : baehel' j i.v'a eontribu irig 1 >>:, ii,l annually, | nurse's set vi es I ree. L'nn' filiations ito l;e paid in advance. Nun ejutri* S hti'ois to j.tty nsiiai r...
POTTED MUSIC TIME'S GREAT CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
POTTED MUSIC TIME'S GREAT CHANGE. limn V 1 M-'urs ago a piano was more tliau a |>io,-e of furniture, .sa>s the 'Atlantic .Monthly." Mimiitimrs the daughter of the hou>e tinkled scales upon it, or a col S'" "son I'lnln|lcil out "Whistling Mil r "Washington Post;" 'y.' mc.st part it stood silent, l,k" "» inanimate footman, Miiym- wuh polished rosewood to the opulence and taste of its possessor. 11,It IS all changed now; pianos are no longer silent; thanks to the perfor ated music-roll, they give tongue un '-'iiKMMtly. To walk down " -i.M.rl , >;in on ;i «qJnirnf.r.s eveninff Is j .'iVV ,m aur-'*l Kath in the history o Iiui.mc. Through tlie open windows &lt;u (;utia^ uiuT cotincro float the com pwiii.ins c,r liaol!. Pousa, Chaminade, &lt;nv'l'in, Moszkowsl;i, Wagner, Puccini, Kthelhert Kevin, all mins hn" m one Ktiinnitiff pot-pourri. One '.mnut make ;l .simple after-dinner call without paying tribute to the player piano which is one's host's newest pride. :...
Woorarra East. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
Woorarra East. Cnptnin Kin^c, inspector of rifle ranges, vis ted liere List- we k and selcitoJ ilie site in Mr Pu/tstiin's pro perty as most suitable for u r.mgo ami a s:»rt >vill be n.u !e sliur.lv to get tile range clean-d and tin' target (u gift from Wels'npool) lixed. Tliis clid> is a I ranel*. &lt;>f Welshpool aul mi s of those who have i lined hi-re are firing tiieir musketry; in Welshpool tins se.soii. A nifict'ii^' of the sports cnmuvlteo ivai lu l l on Wednesday eveniug, 11th in-t., to seleet liandlcippers, iu lges, starters, &lt; to. Messrs l'anig een aud J; Allu t u e to judge tlie foo ruuiug nntl ho 5- jumping ; .Mes s S Millions arid .U'Evoy i lie chopping events; ft' &lt;i ! Messrs .Micliic and (.h nick shank . arc-to in-t iis rtur ers. It was nUo deci !o 1 io li .11 i> dunce; I on UOt i inst. in ni 1 ot lands.
RAPID LIFE NO TRUE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
RAPID LIFE NO TRUE SOCIETY" ?L.lte Man become extr..meIy sensa- ? tiumil and .'rapid" on Us outer surface; tne women, who were tii.-. element cl "quietism" In the tren,ration and generations v.hirh preoedtj ours, hav ing acquired a greater res-.lessneiis ai.d a keener appetite for shoA ftnj mo,.0. incut than the ini'ir, writoa Mr II W MasainKham in tl'io "Daily \;c,vs .Spirituu 1 reMtle.s.sne.'-'H keen n-u-e n-:th Ills physical Instability. A &lt;.:uud 0f n.-,v uoetnne.s, expedients, r( med;.^, t-nthu!> Kisin, aspirations, ami exli.v.ations of tilt' perturbed mind of tile ,:j;t hhj the nir. It is hard to keep men's' minds on ends whieh they really desi:..; ;!0 Hm. fusvd is tli,. Intelligence, at: j Ku per turbed tin. conscience, of tie, directing or the enjoying multitude. A certain sup.-rficiHlity f.rij ;ight :i rtedne;-:; characterise tl..-- pliil'in Ihropies as well as the self-;:.Acinic of times. Polities are !>ecom..IR singu .II'.' I'Kt,.." In their expre;>i"i ...
Mail Service. WELSHPOOL to CHRISTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
Mail Service. j \vi-:r,siii'im>i, to ciii:isriF;s. The following communication In* been received from the Postmastrr (ienorril through Mr -J,is. IJenaett, in regard to the above mail k m vie.-. The iinancDl particulars we are unable to publish litis issue, . | ''.Sir. - With reference to the repre I sentril ions made in regurd to the estab i lishment of telephonic facilities lit ] Christie's, Wonyip, I have the honor I to inform you the matter lets been i considered ami it is estimated tli:it the ! cost of constructing a line by the De j parUuetit between the two placvs j would be 'Js. .'Id. It is no! anticipated that the mitti ; mu:n revenue required by the proposed 1 line would be realised within the period : of eight years, prescribed l>v the regu Mations and guarantee conditions do I not, therefore, apply in this case. In i order to place the proposal on a soinul : linancial basis and permit of erection ' of the line by the 1 lepartment. persons ' interested would require ...
THE PERCENTAGE OF FAT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
PERCENTAGE OF FAT. Cream consists of the same con stituents as milk, but they exist in varying proportions according to the moans by which the cream is pro duced. Shallow-pan crcam may con tain from l.'l ii]) to -1(1 per cent. ol' fat, depending upon the quality of (lie millc and the selling tempera ture. When cream is raised 'by the deep-setting system, a large volume ot cream is obtained, having present in it about L'O per cent, of fat. The percentage of fat. in separator cream may he regulated |0 any reasonable extent by manipulating the crwuu screw ol' the machine.
Fire at Alberton. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
Fire at Alberton. At Alberton, just on midday Thurs day. while chaiYeutung operations were in progress, .Mf Chas. Caughny had the misfortune to lose about 'JO'J tons of hay, 1 T>0 bags of ehalt, and a large barn through being destroyed by lire. The engine and eliaii'ouUer were pulled into safety, but it was only by the barest margin that the house was saved. Mr Caughey's loss is estimated at elose on .£700. It is not known it' the stacks were insured. A couple of Sale residents, says I ho '. Mercury," while bathing at Prospect on .Sunday had a startling experience. They were enjoying themselves to the full, when between them came a large sliurk, some ten feet in length. The bathers made oil' in opposite directions, one red lining the beacli in double-quick time, and the other taking refuge on a sand-spit, from which he swam when the " coast was clear.'1 The Delegate " Argus says : Eroni's Circus had a frightfully rough trip through from Orbost, and in the opinion of many they did...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
School Books. SHJR PRICES ARE RIGHT. OUR GOODS ARE RiCHT. EXERCISE BOOKS. We sell the BICCEST AND BEST QUALITY PAPER SCHOOL BAGS, AM. PRICES In stock nil TEXT BOOKS required. ^ens, Ink, Pmioils, States. Plasticine Rulers, Set Emmies, Protnictors, Paints, Brushes, School Pupers, Etc., Etc. CHEMIST, OPTICIAN und STATIONER, -o- FOSTER, -o GI'DBING'S FOR YOUR Silver Mounted and Plain Pipes, a makes, Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco and FANCY GOODS, FANCY SOAPS, Perfume?, etc. F.V.O.A., CONSULTING OPTICIAN, FOSTER. "T^OTIR sight is tested by most JL modern methods and ap pliances. You fire accirateJy litted and a guarantee of satis faction is given with every pair of glasses. THE VERY LATEST IN FRAMES STOCKED. KitfUW-s GLASSES A SPECIALTY. F W EVERY, FOSTER. CLEAR YOUR LAND with Federal Brand "Racka rock." fPHE Cheapest Most Effective lis plosive tor this purpose. Abso lutely safe :ni(l non-cxplo-ive until mixed. Can be tired either by lime fuue or eloc trioilly. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
QUEENSLAND. MONEY. Why pay 5 pei* cent. t" (.'AN Ifii.i Y"!i pint! v;i' -I.'. ;n r font. 1 -,t -i ia..M tv-u-.ii.-iM.' . I lend I'll SEC'uNP MoKTtiACE :.tm iiitoreM* Wil-s. Ali I'-'innuiniiM' i.ms strict ly c .nii.i.>ui i'ii. i DAWSON SMITH, Mofi'ojiolo Arcade, ;i"7 Heurki-xt., MELBOURNE IMPORTANT TO Farmers of Gippslaiid and 0ist7-ict. LYALL ~AND' SON,; Cash Chaff, Grain &. Floor Stores SEED & OAT MERCHANTS, VICTORIA MARKETS, MELBOURNE o ; ' Flour Flour. Flou:-Best-roller Towii and Oats for E.i'l.v lowing Country brands. Green Stuff, fcu. .Iron, Bran Pollard, Pollard Woitc Stout Oats, New Zealand Black Oat*, j Best 1A Sugar White Rose Kerosene ltye. Cape-Barley, Tares, &e. Seed Maize.! Jatmeal, plain and (la^ed Table Salt l;e,|';iml White ; also Sydiiev red and white : Jats, whole or crushed Chaff specially imported at sowing time. i Maize, whole or crushed * witpat Linseed. Vbolc or crushed * w # * VVfL* nf' C1_i ' Fowls'Wheat Wheat Screenings e stocl. t...
DISTRICT NEWS. Boolarong. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. (From our Own CoiTPspoiulnntsV Boolaronrr, The euchre paity unci dance held hero on I ho 11th ult. lurm-d mit a sjj]unt.licl suce^ s.-i and yreut credit is duo to the Qi.e ^ctic secretary (Mr W. Rumble) and m-nib r.s of the ccinmiit' o for th ir citrons to make it so. 1'layeis for the cu--lir; party numbered :.'8, Mis Williamson (Gun yah) winning t!,e ladies' pri/.e and Mr \\. Mir-sen (I'Yster; the viii's. Miss K. Schmidt and Mr K. A. Gray J were also mi_-cessrui in obtaining jpiix'-s. Dancing was S'aried about ! 11.1)0 jMli. atid uii'itr ! ho eap:.h!e ! direction of Mr H. I'earce «'ai kept j yninjj 111. ? i ri 1 y till about a.m. Many | were the llatti rift; rc nwk.-i in prai.se j of the; splendidly prepared lloor. ! .Mr II. I>tii. it supplied capital music, I l)urini» the evening Mr Her'. Dunn ! favoi'i d the cc mpany with one of his j t-nUTtainiiiL; reciutions and Mr II. ! Dunn jjave the uid favourite " A ! hfolilic r and a Man." The committee j of the mechanics...
THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND SHIRE MAIL. THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Foster and Toora Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 February 1914
THE MIRROR, WITH WHICH IS lNCOKrOJtATKD TilK SOUTH fliri'HLANI) SHIRK MAIL. ~TIIUR>SDA\\ FEB. lfJ. lYlk Entries for the (!re:it Southern A iukI P. Society's show closo with the secretary (1). W. Wilton) oil Wed., next, Feb liatli. Up to the present time a great number have been received and by all iippear:u\oes a record will be shown. Support the '. .Mirror" i paper that ;?iycs you a .special supplement, con tinning a full report, of the Alberton shiie council and other news from the \arram district, 'i his paper also give.-, several columns of news on its fourth page every i.-stu: from Leongatha and other places along the line, M'.ssrs. F. J. Little Pty. Ltd. and M'l'hail JJrorf. iiikI t.\i will eonrltict an extensive clearing sale on the farm of Mr J. P. iJri(.li;ui n, Fish (.'nek, on ! Monday, Feb. X'.ml.-see adv;. Go to Smith's for your show boots, hats, ties, etc. I The Ilyton annual spjits pr. , gramme which will appear next is-ue, have been dated lor Friday, .March j l-'ti...