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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

CRICKET. The semi-final between Clyde and Dandenong was continued Slast Saturday on the Berwick iground. SDandenong made 201 in their innings on the previous Satur-; day, Clyde being 0 for 29. Duff t and Hunter continued battin g. the latte . after adding d to his I score. being clean bowled by Langley. Twyford joined Duif but was not at home all day. Albeit he got 52. He was bowled tirst ball after tea adiournment tby Wocdley. White hit up 32 by fair cricket before being out I b.w. to . Keys. Landl!e played some nice strokes for -13. Mean time Duf. by beautiful cricket, all round the wivket, got 125 before being caught by Arkley off J. Keys' second ball. He had playedl a finished, faultless innings. Thie whole side put on a:%S leaving their opponents 137 runs to make to save a one inn ings defeat. Scores Dandenong A. Langley, c White, b Jones .. 18 Woodley, c Landa!e, b Hardy 46 .J. Keys, b Hunter .. .. 20 G(. Keys. c McKay, b Hur.ter 26 Kennedy. b Hunter .. .. 37 Arkley, c McKay, ...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

Special Notices. SHEPTON PRIVATE HOSPITAL. SfATION SI1REE, B3RIYVICK. Under New Management. oliledr. SEirge and 5.ti Jifery C'Lea. Open-ori for Conv.-.enLots. VrsitingNunri g. NURSES DUIG LN and V[NES B. eg. R.V.r.N.A. _ Terms on app!ia.Ltin. Telegp~ne--ZI, Borwfc. -alisburg tioss, Upper BInaeonsfiel d - Musk and Fern Gullies. - Piahing and Shooting. . Tennis and Croquet. BILLI&BDS. The MISSBS eORDBR. Proprietreses The Best Cough Drops * ?Are Drops of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Sixty years ago physicians first used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and ever since then it has been the standard cough remedy all over the world. Thousands of families, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, keep a bottle of it in the house ready for an emergency. Myer's Skerr 9ectoral controls the spasmodic efforts of coughing,relieves the conge.tion in the throat, quiets the inflammation in the bronchial tubes, and prevents the lungs from becoming involved. There are many substitutes and imitations. Be sure y...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SIX MILES UP ! [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

SIX MILES UP I -4---- a. uti :ArtitET P. S~ltvrSS. 'Tre grentest peril fir thlosa who naeniid I to great altitudes above the earth is not that of falling, but that If leilig suffocated, like lish taken iad. of waler. IL na s tie climblers of high I aninis who Ifrst liseocereil the fact that ii. is often dil!ic flIt fur men ta' lireathle at a height of froni two nail a half i, tlhreii miiilcs ablose sea, level. Ihut iiore recent study has sliownii' that the ilillicultlv airisco maiinhily fromii the ciomiliarutive lack of oixy gen iii the ulpper air, atid that this aiiaa lie overconie by nienns of appn raitis supplying extra oxygen to the hlngs. The tueo principal Constituents of tue atmiiosluhiere are oxygeni and nii troger. Ihixeil, these are near the eartlis surface. in the proportion of aluiit four vsiluumes iuf nitrogen to one of oxygen, the air Is re sijiraile, and .the inertness of the alt rogsn il'esiio harm. h~ut if the propIur tluiii of oxygen is redacecl, the air lucoeure s...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Fashions for Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

Fashions for Dogs. -4--+-- The very newest and moost striking sartorial efle?ct for dogs includes a gold necklet, and n pair of patent leather shors. 'O)rdinary swenters have long been fashioialie for iloga, nnd some of the small Iir bestsi who suler very- lllit-l from the cmld have bein seen during the last win ter with two coveritngs ?lile out oon pronlenade. The under wrap was n ; tight-fitting sweater,; which extelndl ed to quite a distance over the ini nul's leg5s. Over this garment was worn the I9sutli blanket coat. whilch was formerly considered quite sulli Icient as a, wrap, - The fashiornahle sn;all dog has ai ways its' monogrIIIammIIIed handker chiefs, which are simartly tucked in th? pocket ol its coat .or sweater. Boots to ha scorn' -when it "is :alt lowed to play in the streets or gar den, antil taken off when it enters the house, are also lnot infrequent ly a feature of its wardrobe. Motor goggles are considlerei nlecessary Sfor sotlle dogs, since they alire so fond of...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NARRE WARREN. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

HARRE WARREN. The annual picnic of the New Narre Warren State school was held on Thursday last at Mordi alloc. This i, a function to which the parents and friends of the scholars usually subscribe very liberally, and this year's picnic was no exception. The morning. giving promise of a hot day, many of those driving their own' vehicles bet out early, while the vans conveying chiefli the child ren left the school at 8 o'clock, Races fo- the children were run ioff efore the mid day meal wa pa taken of. E.ich scho'ar re ceived a prize in the form of a very nice book. A local hall, in which to have the meals, had' been engaged. Altogether about 80 s't down to meals. Aftenr? dinner the children were free to enjo' themselves as they wished, and mostof the picnickers, youns' ard old, made the most of the short tiwe at their disposal in the" water. -'Tea was ready at five'. o'clock, and at six c'elock all were on the homeward track,. Narre Warren was reached aboul 8 o'clock. Drsaite the ver...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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GAMBLING IN A SEWER. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

i I.\MI.INrI IN ,A SI.GEI. S .1 , g,'q.i!ed .amt..ling-den be nealth w te tr O-et. t.he Illill I'rlltfnlllc to wt ich l t ii? 1t big city sewer, Ih.'* hr v ri.vIc lhy t i, lit sti.irg Sp,)li(.l [*'1 <a.. 1 ,- :\110 Imllt'f w rI rjlt - traral i, . s \ :Ilal~l .0 l sl hir,?li ,'tlrl i r i l h," - ? l' I.'i l f,,C T-. i t o-, f " litlia i-lt ill lij v rii I'li.ii i i t iI; i IiiiI th P? i i illt iii I" ell tir n_ till lllel llt l' ', . liP l rlhe ter t ieri l c Iii. ii i.. , tie rll ' were tlnyl Wl llc t ttichi timoncy.

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 — 25 February 1914

UPPER BEACONISFIELD During the past week we have had some very hot and trying weather and bush fires have been very prevalent. At one time no matter in what direction one looked a fire was burning. A considerable amount of damage to fencing was done, and on Tuesday a five-roomed weather board house on the Gembrook road was completely destroyed despite the efforts made by a neighbor to save it. The house was owned by Mr Wilson, whose loss is, I believe, covered to a certain extent by insurance. The long spell of dry weather has made its effects felt on the domestic water supply. and many householders are complaining of a scar~itv of water Fruit picking. packing and carting is now the order of the day, and the local station pre sents quite a busy appearance owing to the amount of fruit that is being despatched. The appIc crop in this district this year is a goed one, and although pests, in the shape of black spot, etc., are making their presence felt growers estimate that more fruit w...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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A Million Gold Watches. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

A Million Gold Watches. S wit/edrlnds export of wathchs in 1912 reached a total of just upon £7.OttO.tI' 4bn reenrd tigare for thl Itepullic, although its trane in tilepieces hns feen faimous for mans yearn. Only some twenty ctrs ago, the report of the Central ootunilt tee oif the Swiss Chamlber of Watch makers for 1012 states, the total export amounted hut to £3.l800 000. Germany is Switzerland a best customer in this particular lifne and her purchases Inast car, roughly speaking. aniountled to £1 ',1 ,400. Great Britain comes second on the list with a totil. of 1020 000. Then follow Austria, and tussla, with France lagging behind as tenth with LB1,801.. No fewer than 1 ,0.,87.6 gold watches, representing a salue of £2. 120.01)11 were sent abroad. Sil ver watch's were more than twice as oinCrotzs-t.:i-lG.617 is the exact total-with a value of £1.573,230. The remninder of the export con sists of finishedl otnsents, sepa rate pieces, and watch cases. 'rhe inlort of watches amnunts to...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Reel for Clothes-line. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

Reel for Clothes-line. It is mnce Ietter to make* n small rel. like thme one shown, for a clmthem-ljne thamn tow intl the line on the nrIn, the usaml method of getting it into slhnpe for putting away. The reel mcomsists of two strips of wood ift. 4Iin. long. 3in. wide. and in. thick. . These are ( keI for C~otbe~s-ulne I joined together with two pieces of Ijrnoui hanile, allowing n space of Pin. between the sides and .nn ex tending hainulte oi .5. on opposite sides, as shown.-t. Longubaugh in i Popular Mechanics."

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A Fair Fare. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

A Fair Fare. . yoiung lady from the covntry, scrilniz Couicil-owcted trains for the first tille, thought that they were provided free for the citizens to ride about in. The condluctor, a rather harndsonme .Oinung fellow, was on top eollectillng the faires when. thle girl Kot in. the car. but on corling down, noticing an alddlitional lasseng.Cer,~ he went straight rip to her anld snaid: °'Yullr fare, miss." .A dilicate pink manifestedl itself on her cheksf. and she looked downl in s)ft confusion. - The condulctor veentured to remarlk again : "• our fare, nmiss." This time the pink darkened into carnation, andr' the minidelen fingered tiervoursly with the handle of her? big. The coilduetlor I hgan to look fool ish, lint he imanaiged to say once "Ileili. mtiss, your fare." in a uimomeit a pair oi lovely rio let eyes were looking iup into his face throiugh an aurora of blushes, and a pair of rosy lips emclaiied: '"Well, they do say I'm gooi looking at home, but I dton't see why you shou...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Gas in the Cavities of Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

Gas in the Cavities of Trees. -4-,---- PIrofecssor J.. A. Fcrguson, of thUe I'ennsylvl' nia State College, re ports ia curilous phnollloelluol connect ,rd sith the cltting of hardwood trees in the Ozark 3ni,unntains. Casi ties near the base of the trcs are' often foened to cpntain gau. Whiben the,-e cavities are cut into hby the oak tie cutters of the region the gas escapes with a whistling sound ,howing it to be under pressure, and if lightedt it will humrn with ai faint yellow flame. The sides of tbhe cavities containing gas are in .11 rcases darkened, and look as though . seartedi with a hot iron. The popu lar belief of the district is that these .trees are connectedl throulgh I their roots with a subterraneai suipply of natural gas, andt the land on which the" grow is valued c cordingl'. eAn examnitation of the gas collected front a cottonwoot tree 'wast imla-de by Profe.isor iush ong. of the Uniersity of Kan:sn, and it was found to he sulsstantially the sannie as tinatlrll g;.,...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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For Nerve Sufferers. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

For Nerve Sufferers. Pr. Edwin .\sh, authnr of "Ncr ses andl the No-rvous." has wrltt(' a little book in which he deals with the effect of ill-consiileretl hustling. so conluion to-day. His panacea is the acquisition of the habit of self-mastery in the little things of life. Three very import ant energy-wasters are: Indigest ible' and, hurried lunches, too tight clothing, needless worrying about details of ldoinestic, professional, and business life. Dr. Ash sayns mnpre must be spent in eating, and less nmeat eaten. lie adds : ".You should not lie in bled after you wake in the morning. and you should not Indulge in naps. There is this to be said in favour iof th\ early clip of ten-that shan it forms the awakening s.ignaln the mere act of drinking it is likely to rouse the mental andl physicl activities anwl prevent the desire for further slum heCr." HIere are Dr. Ash's genleral rules for living up to our true ralue in energy production : Wear reasonably loose clothing, ,penrd at lea...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Right Way to Eat Pineapples. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

Right Way to Eat Pine apples. -4--+--- I'ineapples used to Ie considered unwholesome, but in all probability this reputatioln was gained because they were not eaten in the proper wna or were not ripe enough. M.ost people eat pineapples tile wrong way. They pare off the coarse, prickly outside skin and throw it away, not knowing that the skin really contains the best part of the fruit. This outside skin contains a large proportion of the alkaloid principle. " bromnelin." which is the digestive ferment of the pineapple and which is somewhnat aimilar in its Iedi,'inal effect to pepsin. The correct 'way to eat a pine apple, to get the most good from it, is first to pare olT the rough outsidle skin. S~qneeze these par ings in a lenmon sltqueezer and pour their juice, sweetened or not, as preferred, over the pared pineapple when cut in slices. In this way all the powerful "brornelin" is saved, and enhances the laInvur of the pineapple itself. Pineapples should always he eaten after menals...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 25 February 1914

Mr I. Smith who has been boring for water at " Edger:on" (late "Melville Park") for Mr A. Chirnside, has struck a gocd supply at a depth of 142 feet, prcducing about '100 gallons per day. The water is of good quality and fit for drinking. Mr Smith asserts that the bore was one of the most difficult he has Sever put down <wing to the thick ness and hardness of the rock formation it had to go through The Hon. James Buchanan will reach his 87th year to morrow and a family gathering is to take place at "Burr Hill" to cele brate the event. Mr Buchanan came to Australia when he was about 17 years of age and is one of our oldest colonists. Notwith standing that he led a strenuous life up to a few years ago he is still hale and hearty and as deep ly interested in the welfare of those around him as ever. We join with his many friends in ex tending to him the usual birthday greeting. It is probable that the premier ship for the Dandenong and Berwick Cricket Associationr will he fou...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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Hiawatha Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 March 1914

Hiawatha Dead. -4----- iirtrwatlil thie la.,L hirredlitarry chii*r of the Trr unis Ilrlndians, is n dehtd. l linl presihhl for may bears over the rernr t r.i tlhr, tribe which net tied in rintarih. "lihneurh the Ir, plrnis are grently sl?l tteredR awd rinhirer fea er than 1 ",000 i ill, Sthil iro tlie (llllnldiilrl rlsrervltit)ll are regarded us thle head tribe. and the chief, Hlaiwautha, w~s l.,Ikenl up to as the chieftaiin of ll the Iru-i quals. His succirrsc r i ill Iharve tl bIe elect rd hyI the trihe, Ilrctta?e Ii olllv soni. l'rilnl'e ,L?arnrus., is nlt a ('ill lidarlte for th. lelh.rshirp, sincrre he, like rarla Irr Ir'r [ lr i s I llllians. , hiii adrlute I Ilim.nirlf to in dern civir lisatinl. tan no i. pres?ent lie is studiy uriul frrr thre lI,,I, Ihiisht miriistry. It uirs tile elrl?ll? the Irplllllllrnis to name tre Ii rIs ehldest sonu Ilia ii t{ha, lii. i hicl reanlls a piersonll o miraculous birthr ; lbut the late chiel's strn wrl s hIapntsI Lnarrrllu. .While rmost of ...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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A SMART COAT AND SKIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 March 1914

A SMART COAT AND SKIRT. The new autumn coats have cuta way Ilnes and low-crossing wide rev ere. Their collars are usually wide with points on the shoulders, and their backs either hang plain and loose or are slightly held in by a belt The coat shoe-wing here is very new and the revers may be rolled to the throat It preferred. The skirt is a smart and practical two-piece model with a raIsed waistline, and left open for a few inches at the lower part to -ive the popular slash effect that is :omfortable In a walking skirt. 31. Thorp and Co., sole agents, 191 :ollins-street, Melbourne, have But erick's paper patterns, coat 6319 In izes from .2 to 42 inches bust mea ure, and skirt 6437 In sizes 22 to 34 ucbes waaist measure. Price 10d. each posted. Twenty-six turkeys hatched at the same time by a turkey hen early in the spring on a firm n ear Llanelly (Carmarthen) survlved, and now weigh in the aggregate 400 lb. The farmer claims this as a record single hatch in number and weight.

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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More and the Maniac. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 March 1914

More and the Maniac. In front of his Chelsea House Sir Thomans .More had a ygarden a:nd gatehose., ianld as there iwas a plea mint view tron the sumnnit of the gaItehouse, he used frequently to sit there, accmnpanfedl only by his'dogf. Here, it was that he was folnid one afternoon bhy a wandering niinlane, irsho crept upstairs, andi found' the fablle old mrnn dozing. "Leap, 'Torn. leap," he cried. awlcl at the same tinme tried to throw hitm over the llattlemnents. More had not physical strength enough to. re'ist, but he hadl the wit, to say,-"Letet us' lirsI throw this littlei dg ver."' ['I'he man inrmnedliately threw "oiowni the dog .; : th I 'tPretty hrOT" Fni(,.the Lord Chancellor. "Now, go dowlnm and bring hinimu; thm n tryh r tr g in'nni" : Ibhe) e n.,}itamnmann went ilown Ior i Lthe.: dog?, -ore ?nidefl nst tije door hie iilm n ia; d mso ,mnaoged to hold the fort until deliverance days of his ?lanagenient: at the: t voy, for i Jol. Mi'." Carte wais just then tring smnnu eanhll...

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TRAMPS IN FRANCE LAWS SEVERE [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 March 1914

TRAMPS IN FRANCE LAN S SSEVftE "Since November 15 every tramp and vagabond found wandering in France has been taken into thle police stations to he measured and photographed, and sent out with a document giving all particulars regarding their pervons indl past record," says "The Daily Graphic.' 'Thls paper they must produce at any moment for verification. All this is in accordance wiLth a law pagsed in 131" maklng it compulsory for three clasees who habitually use the roads to so re gister themselves. These classes are itinerant dealers and pedlars at f.airs and markets arld tramps and vaga bonds. "Regarding the flr.t two classes, the new law is more protective than vexa tious. Though thley have to declare themselves, the mere production of their papers will at once :rhow their bona fldee, and at nrumber which all must carry will allow headquarters to learn at once the history of all tile wan dering family. These two classes have to obtain ofticial books containing proofs of their i...

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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 March 1914

INTERESTING ITEMS. Flowers have ibe,-n artificially cil outredl with tlore or less suctess, hut until recently animals have psapedi the experiments of the investiga tots. Nowv, however, we are as sured that lihhes maiy he so col oured as to suit the human fancy. In Sicily. it is reported, by tile in trolduction into the water of chalkl; iron, and a quantity of lpeit, col ouri may he itnparted to the carp. After treatment in a hath :of these conconlitant.s for a roiple of weeks the fish is given another chemically prepared hath into which there are introduced iron and tan. ly in creasing or diminishing the quan titles the colour is said to he accentuated or diminished. The pro cess is said to be sdmewhat hazar dous, but produces ornamnlental fish. An illustration of the incredible superstition of the tRussian peasants is recordedl in a telegram fronm St. Petersburg to the 'Tagebtlatt.'" in the village of Walizo, near Lodz, the peasants held a meeting to did' cover tile cause of the i...

Publication Title: Berwick Shire News And Pakenham And Cranbourne Gazette
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DRESSED LYING DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Berwick Shire News and Pakenham and Cranbourne Gazette — 4 March 1914

DRESSED LYING DOWN Illusilans are born to be deotroyed. and last night another one received a death-blow (uays the "DaiIy Ex press" of January 7). Mr. Loudon Macqueen Douglas, the president of the Scottish Society, in a lecture in Edinburgh on "The Wearlng of the IKilt." said that the tartan was not Scottish in its origin at all. "Toe kilt emerged from a confu sion of different types of dress," he said. "The anciert dress of Scotland, particularly in the northern parts of the country, w?s the breacan felle, or kilted plaid, which consisted of some seven to twelvo yards of tartan sewn up the middle so as to form a plaid of double width, varying from four to Elix yards long by two yards wide. A portion of thils length was laid on the ground with the belt under It, the lower and middle portion being then plaited so as to form a kiilt, lear ing a lasp at either side. Theo iighhLnder lay down upon this, crss:ed tile r:ght flap, and next placed tihe left flap over it, and then buckled his...

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