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COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 8 October 1914

COMMITTEE MEETING. The secretary occupied the chair and received nominations for the position of president for the ensuing year. Mr. Skinner nominated Mr. Lehan, and as this was the only nomination, Mr. Lehan was duly elected.. It was the general opinion that as Mr. Lehan was one of the most   interested and punctual members of the society, he was justly entitled to the office. Mr. Lehan thanked his fellow commiteemen for the honor confer red upon him, and said he would do all in his power to further the ad vancement of the society. (Hear, hear,) Vice- presidents—Messrs E. B. Skinner and T. S. Oram. Treasurer—Mr. G. Ellerinan (in place of Mr. J. H. Dolphin res'gned). Works' Committee—Messrs T. S. Oram, Cbas. Hall and M. Urquhart. Mr. McLennan suggested the ap pointment of a finance committee for the purpose of checking the var ious accounts before being submitted for payment. This was considered a wise suggestion and Messrs M. Lehan (president), R. B. McLennan and G. El...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLIES DON'T FLY HIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

FLIES DON'T FLY HIGH. Since scientists discovered that flies are responsible for the carrying about of much disease, -especially in the case of babies, their habits have been thoroughly studied, and some curious facts ascertained. A few -weeks ago, . for instance, cajne out in- a law-suit that flies sel dom fly at a height above eight feet, so that a high wall acts as a barrier. Indoors they are rare at a height of aibout forty -feet, so that offices at the top of tall -buildings are not much troubled with them. In the\upper storeys of American skyscrapers flies are; never, seen at all. Flips never travel far. The Govern ment carried- out some experiments last year .in a Suffolk: vlllage .by ,dust ing flies with a -white: powder arid re leasing them.. Two days later the furthest • straggler -was -found. within a mile, while the bodies, of the others -were mostly found within two hun dred yards. ' -

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

Bundabcrg* Nth. Queensland, rrrfc»i a msirksble lellcf to SLEMEITS TIIIC k MAGNIFICENT BRAIN AND NERVE STRENGTHENING MEDICINE. !hru!i''.r:j, <}., j q IS. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until two years ago I fol lowed my profession of LADIES' NURSE, residing at Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by several doctors, but grew worse and became so low and suffered so much that I deipaired of ever being well again ; in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR, and, indeed 1 only longed for the hour when I should be at peace. A friend, persisting, made me try Clements Tonic, and it proved my salva tion. Four bottles taw me up and about, and although well advanced in years, I am strong and active, and able to look after ay business. That is en tirely dne to Clements Tonic. 1 would be pleased if you use this letter. NURSE W. tTeNDRES." Thil ItlUr u but one odmnircls. '1 In'.ir.rdi rir.- i5 ii, your liomr. tcU'jn, foo'l tft *r.d health, ar...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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SHAVES FOR GUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

SHAVES FOR GUESTS. ■ Courtship and marriage are events thati are hedged about with a multi tude of romantic customs in Sunny Spain. -In Lagetera, for instance, a "Times" Spanish supplement tells us the bride groom must have all tlio male guests shaved at his expense, and must pre sent all the women-folk of the bride's family -with richly-embroidered shoes. Bach guest in his turn offers the bride a piece of silver, which she bur ies in; an aipple stuck on the point of nltnife:and holds in her hand while dancing in front of the donor. Amongst the Maragatos. the iiancec ought not to speak to any man except her lover, failing which she paid a forfeit; and even to-day (as also' in some parts of Andalusia), she is fetched from'her home by a largo cor tege of friends, who lire off a musket as a sign of, joy in the Arab fashion. The Spanish lover tjnust .be tho very soul of patience, for it Is not until after years of "walking out" (under the surveillance of the mother . 01 some other ; tru...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE KEY OF THE GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

THE KEY OF THE GARDEN. By A. G. Greenwood. I congratulated myself on £ottin;i i an empty flrst at Waterloo. Had I been carrying a bucket of pearls of my own and a diamond-encrusted um brella I shouldn't have minded (ra velling to Liss with a compartment full of burglars. But what I carried—a sheaf of.docu ments in a brown leather satchel— wasn't my own. I was on trial—a pro bationer more or less—acting pro tern, (while Fenton was seedy) as private secretary to my second cousin (once removed), Lord Calverley, the then Home Secretary. I was, my relatives said, the. fool of the family. I'd been plucked for the army and muffed the Bar-final. I had jibbed at the Church, and finally Cal verley had taken pity on me. • For a fortnight I wrote his ponder ous, verbose and redundant lettars. Then I was packed off to Liss with the "Openshaw" dossier—very confi dential and very important documents relating to the prosecution of Homer Openshaw, Paul Rufford and the rest Of the Stratton Gold Mines...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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MARKETS. GIPPSLAND CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

MARKETS. GIPPSLAND ^CO-OPERATIVE SELLING CO.'S REPORT. Butter — Choicest Is, choice ll%d to ll'Md, pood to prime lid to 1114d, separators 10d to lid. Choese—Prime loal Od, semi matured 8d, matured a shade firmer lOd to 10%d. Eggs—9d to 9]/td for ordinary and private lines, and a ]4d higher for extra specials. Duck eggs 9Hd. Bacon —Light sides lOd to 10}/-jd, medium weights 9%d, heavies 8%d, middies Hd, jackets 9d to 9%d- Wheat—4s 9d. Oats— 3s 3d for prime milling, feed 3a 2d. Maize—Prime Flat Red 3s lV/id to 4s. Chaft'—Choice oaten L(i 5s, prime L/> and medium down to L5 10s. Onions—Lll 5s is being obtained for primo samples. Potatoos—Carmans L5, choice Stvnvflakes L4 10s to L5. Medium and inferior -40s.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

KITCHEN WRINKLES. To remove rings from n finger swol len 1>y their lightness', dip the finger ii: ire-cold soapsuds. if you boil hooks iiiul eyes in strong Soila-water before sewing them on garments it will prevent their iron moulding in the wash. When boiling green peas add a let tuce leaf and a tablespoonful of sugar, and they will retain their color and Imvp a much better flavor. Castor-oil is a goou remedy for soft virus. A piece of cotton-wool should lo soaked in the oil and applied be tween the toes, being kept in place with a bandage all night. For chronic night cough try taking a teaspoonfui of whisky and pure gly cerine in equal parts. This can be kept in a bottle by the bed in casa of need, and will be found invaluable. ('ut off the rinds and soak rashers of bacon in cold milk for .'in hour. , Take them out, dredge well with (lour, and fry in fat. This is a delicious improvement on the ordinary method of frying bacon. Oid putty can be removed without injury to the sash ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Adamson, Strettlo <ScCo. report: Stores—'Small stores 18s to 20s, slips 13s to 18s, suckers 10s to 1(53. Porkers—Prime heavy 42s, a few extra choice pigs to 55s, prime light 35s to 40s, others from 30a upwards. Bacon pigs—Prime heavy 73s to 78s, odd pons of farmers' lots to 88s, prime medium (i-is to G9s, primo light 55s to 60s, inferior from 50s. Backfatters—Best quality heavy woights L8, prime and weighty L5 to L6, others from L-l to 14 10a. "Can you toil us," asked Mr Catts, " what expense we aro committed to this yoar ?" "No mortal man can do that," replied Mr Fisher.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Only a Hat. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

Only a Hat. -'Been to the theatre this week?" "Yes." " "What did you see?" "A black velvet bow, some tortoise shell combs," a couple of plumes, a chiffon knot, and a stuffed bird about the size of a hen." Tourist: You have an unusually large acreage of corn under cultiva tion. Don't the crows annoy you a great deal? Farmer: Oh, not to any extent. Tourist: That's peculiar, considering you have no scarecrows. <■ Farmer: Oh, well, you see, I'm out here a good part of the time myself. In his book Dr. John Kerr relates many amusing stories of his adven tures as an inspector of BChools in Scotland during the past thirty-six years. On one occasion he was examining a class in mathematics, and put the following question to a hoy: — ''if a salmon weighed ton pounds ami it was to be sold at twopence a po'ind, what would it ho worth?" . The lad. who was the son of a fish nii'imcr. hastily replied: — "!t wndna be worth a curse!"

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Secret of Success. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

Secret of Success. "Now, tell me," he said, "what are your prospects?" "My prospects," I replied, "are ex cellent." "That may be; but if you wish me to sanction your engagement to my daughter, I must ask you to be a little more Specific. At present, all I know is that you are at the Bar. What exactly, are your prospects there?" , "Prospects," and I leant back in the arm-chair,- "are, in essence, nothing more than a state of mind. The word is derived from the Latin prosplclo— I look forward; and what I see when ,1 look forward constitutes my pros pects. Now that, of course, varies from day; to day. When I am blessed with a good digestion, bounding pulse, and high', spirits, I see a great and glorious future before me. When my liver is out of order I know I shall never succeed. At the present mo ment your excellent wine and cigars have induced the most hopeful condi tion of mind in me. my prospects just now are excellent." He rose and extended his hand. "Young man," he said, "take her...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED THE SOUTH GIPPSLAND SHIRE MAIL. THURSDAY, OCT. 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

WITH Will':1S IS INOjIU'OIIATKI) Till: .SOl'TH i» 11' I'SI, A S I > SHIRK MAIL. i ni;iisi> \ y. oiiT. \r>. urn. See our fourth pa^e for some inter" listing reading matter. It has come to our hearing that r. Livingston, .Minister ot liducation, has suspended a country school teacher, who is alleged (o have tried to dis count"1' his scholars from contributing (o the Patriotic Fund, and for refusing; lo hoist theL'nion Jack on the school Hag pole. We arc pleased to state that Mr. A. G. Thomas, shire engineer, although not propei 1/ recovered from the in juries received by a kick from his borso, is .able to resume his dutie.;onee again. Fanners' Saw: your calves by vaccinating with Blaekk'goids.—Pro curable, at Jivery's, Foster. The right to conduct the liooths—Pub lican's, ItefreshmMiit, Fruit ami Soft Drinks—>vill bo sold by public auction at F. J. Little's sale at Toora on Wednesday next. Each booth will be olTered separ ately. A letter was received at the meet ing of the...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Classified. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

Classified. "Father," said the son, who had caddicd on- afternoon at one of the mo If eiubs, "is a man a pretty good golfer if lie knocks a ball 125 yards?" ".lust a novice, my son." "We'll, if he knocks a ball 175 yards. Is lie pretty good?" "Vcs, [U' tty good, son." " Well, father, what if he knocks the !;all -30 yards?" ".Mighty good. He's mighty good :i lie can do that, my boy." "Well, now, father, what . if he knocks it 275 yards?" "He's awful, awful good, Tommy," rcplieil the father, as he once more fastened his eyes on the story of the Indian's downfall. "Well, now, father, what if he knocks the ball 325 yards, what would lie be then?" ' "Probably a liar, son. Now you had better run up and kiss mamma and go to bed."

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Great Southern A. and P. Society, Foster. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

Great Southern A. and P. Society, Foster. A meeting of the above society | was held in ih'.' Mechanics' Hall, I (•oster, on Saturday last, there lit;- j ini; present:—ikv-sr? M. Lehan, senr | (l>i esiden I), \Y. li. Jackson, T. S. Oram, 11. McDonald, .las. Aruup, K. j ].{. Skinner, K. 1J. McLennan, (leu. I Freeman. A. McKniuht, \V. N'icoll, I Mr. Urquhart. Armstrong;. Jas. j Allan, .las. Mcltride and secretary j (Li. W. Witton). ; 'J in chairman announced an apol- ' | o^y from Mr. (!. l-Jllcrman. and a.lso | j welcomed -dr. a" a row j inembcr of ihe committee. j .Mr. Freeman thanked ilie chair-j man and asured his l'ellow commit- I Icemen that he would do all in hi-; power to further the advancement of : the society. (Hear, hear). | f ile minutes of the previous mi-et inj; were continued on the motion of Messrs H. McDonald and .las. Aniup. Mr. McDonald, speaking in con necl:0!i with experimental plots, said that Mr. Richardson, of the Agricul tural Department, had been up and ! i...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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WIT AND HUMOR. Practical. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

• — ,L wit AND "humor. .■! Practical. Little John visited his uncle, who lives away out in tile country. Undo is a devout ;nan, a pii'ar o[ tile church, ami a l.yeeiler of line horses. And upon a certain pretty colt did our little friend cast his eye with ad miration and eiiviousness. "l.'ncle Samuel," lie said, ''will you please yive n.r tlint cult'.'" "Why. ii.•>. John." answered the uncle, "I can'; ;;ive you that colt. Do you want a colt so very badly?" "I'd ruih.-r havo a colt than any thing in the world!" "Well, if yon want a colt that much you ought to pray for it. When I want a tiling very hadly I pray for it, and it comes to me." "Honest, uncle? Well, I'll tell you —you give me this colt, and then you pray for another one."

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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TOORA SPORTS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

TOORA SPORTS CLUB. A meeting of the sub-committee of the above was held on Friday evening last to draw ui> the programme for tho Hoxing Day gathering. Dr. Barrett presided. Careful consideration was givon io each item and several changes were made, additional value being placed on the cycling events and wood chops. Tho programme as drawn up was sub mitted to a well-attended general meet ing on Monday evening, and with few alterations ivas adopted, and was as follows:— Road Race, Yarram to Toora, £H. Horse Trot, of £■!. Standing Block Chop. £S. Underhand Chop, A." 17. Sheffield Handicap, £10. 13.2 Pony Trot, £3. Hunters Plato, £5. Handicap Ilorse High Jump, £4. Toora Wheel Race, :! miles, £">5. One Mile Bicycle Race, £5 I t."2 Pony Hunters, Tossing She.if, Best Girl Killer, and numerous other events. Mr Bradly gave notice of motion to re scind the motion that the proceeds oT tbo sports lie divided between tile reserve trustees and the Patriotic Fund, and that the whole be devot...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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So There! [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

So There! A your.;; gentleman with a very plain fare was rather annoyed be cause his view of the stage was ob structed by the hat of a pretty sir! who was sitting in front of him in the gallery. Wishing: to per a glimpse of the performance, lie plucked up courage ami, in a nervous voice, ex claimed: "See liere, miss, I want to look as well as you." "Oh, do yer?" she replied, in a rich Cockney accent, as she turned around and looked at. him square in the eye. "Then you'd better run 'ome and change yor face." She was well over eighty years of age, and for the first time in hor life she had been taken to a picture palace. As she came out a fritnd met iter in the vestibule. "Hope you enjoyed yourself, Mrs. Jones?" she exclaimed. "Yes," replied the old dame. "I did. But I'm gettin' that deaf nowa days I couldn't hear a word thev said J"

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

Obituary. !t is with de->p jet we have to record the d-ath of Mr. Peter dray. of Won^i Wonga, who succumbed :v 11r an illness extending over several year.-, us a result of a paralytic stroke. I>e eeased was well-knotvn throughout this district, having been a re.-ident tor the past 10 or lli years, most ot' which time he had been an unfortunate sufferer from the above complaint. A widow and grown up family of six are left to mourn their sad loss, and for whom every sympathy is expressed. The funeral took place on Saturday, Mrd inst., a large num'.vr of friends paying their last tribute of respect. The Rev. Lancaster oiliciaI ed at the grave, and Mr. P. Devenev carried out the funeral arrangements. Another of tin; old identities in ihe puson of -Mr. llcnry (ionlon, passed peacefully away at. the re/tdeiK--' ct his only surviving daughter (.Mrs. L. (.i. Williamson, L-'oster) 0:1 Sunday morn iug last, after a painful illness. The deceased gentleman arrived in Victoria from Scot la...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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A REMARKABLE SEQUENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

A REMARKABLE SEQUENCE. A strange fatality seems to be con nected with the office of the Mayor of Uitenhage. Fourteen gentlemen have occupied that position, and thir teen are dead.- No ex-Mayor save one has lived for more than a year or so after vacating the civic chair, and the extraordinary thing is that twelve of tiie fourteen died on a Saturday and were buried 011 a Sunday. The late Mr. War.l passed away at Sea Point recently, 011 a Friday, and was there lore the only exception in this re spect. Iiut he. too. was the thir teenth out of the fourteen to be in terred in Uitenhage 011 a Sunday. Thin curious fatality rather got on the nerve of the iate Mr. T. \\\ .Miiis, M.L.A., while Mayor of I'itenhase. and it, was his custom to close his game of bridge at midnight cm Satur day with the pious remark: "Well, thanlc Clod there's another Saturday safely over." He eventually retired front the council, entered Parliament, contracted heart disease, died on a ; Saturday, and was buried on ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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The Butter Industry. CREAM GRADING PROPOSALS. ABANDONED BY THE GOVERNMENT. (Extract from the "Leader.") [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

The Butter Industry. c!u:.\M puoro.s.ms. ; AIIAMXINMI) 51V THE ClOVKRX mkxt. (Extract from the "Leader.") After many promises, made ap parently with the tongue in the cheek, tb(* Government has dccided not to proceed with ilio cream grad ing measure which was announced as a detinite pail of its political pro gramme. At the iast Farmers' Convention held a Maryborough, a few weeks ago, it was officially stat ed that the necessary Kill had been prepared, and it was ready for early submission to Parliament. This undertaking, it is now known, is to be calmly dishonored, and the great dairying industry of the State is to conl inue its downward career be cause .Ministers lack the; courage to apply to existing evils the only trim corrective. Leaders of our co-opera tive butter factories, who have- de voted considerable attention to the problem of improving the quality oC Australian butter, are particularly indignant at the refusal of the Gov ernment. to proceed with the pro mised remedial a...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 15 October 1914

. THE FOSTER BAKERY. WHITE BREAD, BROWN BRE;' I) a N1 > WHOLESOME BREAD May bo nbciinod at MA1N-ST., FOSTER. jj -xt !?]•: scaukd with ism GE3TION, l.U' L' r.rv uvu APPETISING BREAD >;liicU b:ts a -si imlii;;: n-puiation. BANQUETS, DANCES, Y.'F.DDINC AND PIGv.'G PARTIES CATERED FOR. -A11 uii.'iini'cil s11|.11;3- of Oon'n-i 1.111 i ami Soft lji inlvs 011 li ;mi. Fruit and Vegetables Fresh to li'iml LHui-y wei'k. A Revolution in Ma= chine Milking. OUR RUBBERLESS MILKER, (tlie L-'iU'it J11 vc-ntion). THE J3A11TRAM'-(iILLIKS PATENT is manufactured :is AN OVERHEAD MILKER A BUCKET MILKER, A RELEASER MILKER. XEW TYPE ALFA-LAVAL •'OHJSAM SEPARATORS — 1913 Model. The Incubator other makes. " PRAIRIE STATE" INCUBATOR The Best in the Market THE MODEL 12 " STAR" WINDMILL. (Tho World's Masterpiece). J. Bart ram & 5on, PTY. LTD.. S. POLKINGHOUXE, district 15op., Foster THE UP-TO-DATE BAKERY. W. N. LENNOX FOSTER The Best of Bread and Small Goods always available. FRUiT AND VEGETABLES ...

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