Elephind.com contains 12,593 items from Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
The Domestic Pet. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
The Domestic Pet. The superintendent of a Sunday school -was illustrating for the chil dren the text, "Arise and take tlw young child and his mother, and flee into Egypt." Showing them a largo'picture, she asked: "Now, isn't that splendid? Here is the mother, here is the young child, there's Egypt in the distance." Tins children, however, looked dis appointed, and finally one little bo;' piped out:. "Please, teacher, where's the flea?"
A Globe Trotter. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
' A Globe Trotter. • A University, professor who has greatly endeared himself to his stu dents on account of his goodhearted ness, has one particular failure—ab sent-mindedness. Lately he visited his married, nephew, and, of course, had to listen to the youns wife's praise of her firstborn. The gentleman felt that he must say something to give the impression that lie was interested. "Can the dear little fellow walk?" he inquired, quietly. 'Walk!" said thu mother. "Why, he lias been walking for five months!" "Dear'me!" exclaimed the professor, lapsing again into abstraction, "what a long way he must have got."
Preparing. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
Preparing. An old woman in Sussex was severe ly reproved by the parson for curtsy ing whenever the name of Satan was mentioned. Asked why she did so, she replied: *,* "Well, civility costs nothing, and you never know what'll happen." Among the congregation assemb!a&lt;! at a chapel near Wigan a few davs ago was an elderly lady, well known as an eccentric character. The les son read by the minister this day hap pened to be the 2nd Chapter of St. Matthew. During the reading of the 25th and 2Gth verses, which related the history of the woman who. had seven husbands, all of whom died be fore her. the old lady seemed to grow very excited, and when the next verso was read, which says, "And last of all the woman died also," the old lady, unable to control herself auy longer, ..cried out nt. .the .ton, of her voice, "Time for her!" Instead of waiting for a rich uncle to die, go and learn wisdom of the in dustrious ant.
CHAPTER IX. Along the Road. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
CHAPTER IX. Along the Road.' It was done rashly and on the spur of the moment. Exactly what lie wa3 going'to discover Gijray had not the faintest notion. It seemed a .ridicul ous thing for a prominent Harley-st. specialist to he setting out on a wild, midnight adventure like this with no logical excuse, and no notion where the escapade might lead him. Madame Desterre had annoyed and piqued him. She had spoken of his priyate affairs with ■ thinly-veiled insole'ncb, and she had, moreover, threatened him. Who was this giddy, glittering society but terfly who ventured to pit heriwits against his? He wo.uld show her that this sort of thing was not to be toler ated! Gilray's blootl'was up now, and he was determined to see the matter through. The more knowledge lie gained the better armed would he be for the fray, if fray there was eventu ally to be. He had been warned to make 110 further advances towards Enid Harley—,'ie had been threaten ed with serious consequences if he did so. Indeed,...
CHAPTER VIII. The High Road of Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
CHAPTER VIII. The High Rond of Adventure. Here at last it. appeared to Gilray w.ik fortune holding out both hands to 1,itii. He had formed a compact with k'liid, showing that, she was more or ie.-s under an obligation to him. It v i uId have been a difficult, matter ;.> ;ia(e precisely what: that obligation was, hut no doubt time would help him to give it some satisfactory de finition. Anyway, Enid had been desperately afraid lesi, he should speak, lest lie should say something tie t might put Van der Knoot on the track of his missing miniatures. Gil ray had certainly seen the precious pictures in the hands of Daniel llar ley. Whether they had been stolen or not. if did not in the least matter — perhaps there was some strange s'.or.v atached to their appearance in the queer dock-house, some plausible i'Nj lanalion. Even tiie blackest, evi dence sometimes becomes common place when the witnesses for the de fence enter the witness-box. What did it matter? Suppose Du'.i iel Harley wa...
VAIN DIPLOMATS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
VAIN DIPLOMATS. Court life is turned inside out by H.R.H. the Infanta Euialia- of Spain, aunt of King . Alfonso, and she pre- i sents to us in "The Strand Magazine " •where her memoirs are appearing, a picture of scandals, intrigues, and Jeal ousies which is astonishing. Some of lier most piquant remarks are'reserv ed for diplomats, whose ears must surely he tingling. In her opinion, of all men in modern Courts, the diplomat is the most ah surd:: After remarking that they aro "a useless survival of the days when, the .relations' between nations depend ed on the feelings between Sovereigns and the diplomats intrigued and flat tered to some purpose by smoothing over misunderstandings or exasperat ing offences," the Princess points ou.: that nowadays the Court diplomat lia^s no power, except to deliver thp mes sage of his home Government., "He is not entrusted with secrets," she says, "any more than an erranl boy. ■ And he is usually stupid. If a family of position has a son who is not...
ROSSETTI AND THE SALMON. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
ROSSETTI AND THE SALMON. Tho enthusiasm of genius leads to strange and curious Happenings nt times, and tho story which is told by Mr. Henry Holiday, the famous artist; about his-friend Rossetti in his "Re miniscences" illustrates in an amusing manner tho later's thoughtlessness when he came in contact with anything which aroused-his Interest. At one time Rossetti had all the en thusiasm of :the beginner for collect ing china. "He dined one evening with friends who ,followed his lead in the matter of china, to such good pur pose that tho whole dinner was served in beautiful specimens, and for th? better display of these was set out on the table. The salmon was served in a noble dish, evidently a precioiw example. When the cover was re moved, Rossetti started, leaned over to examine the dish, took it in both hands, turned it upside down to see the marks on the back, leaving the sal mon on the tablecloth, and exclaimetl, 'The very dish I was going to get to morrow!'" The famous physic...
HOAXING THE SENATORS. The Story of a Practical Joke. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
HOAXING THE SENATORS. The Story of n Practical Joke. An .".musing practical joke lias just boon played upon French members o' I'arliamenl Iiy a Parisian jounia/ist. !'.v!'ry Deputy or Senator is j^lad of an opportunity to brini; his na/m lc fore lie- notice of his (.">iis;iti:en' ;:-T• ;i !io method is si;ti(;1(-r than that of suhserioin;.', lor ;!)e erection of a sta tue lo some dead and !:o:ie French ce lebrity v.ito is in danger of hein- for gotten. Knowin\r this, says the '"rimes " cor r«!SiMHi(U>nt, a clever newspaper mar. invented a licliiions personage name,) i leia.'Sippe Simon. Then ' lie sent a primed circular (o over a hundred I)&lt; pntios, inviting them (o become hon orary leenilM-i'S of the com in i 11 which was bein^ organised to ce'.ehra'e (ho centmiary of llio illustrious Heae sippr-. For tHo benefit of those who miitlit have forgotten this literary Siant, he added a quotation from his works, "When the sun arises, the darkness vanishes away." The Deput...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 13 August 1914
J'ATTKIiX FOli BOY'S TUN'IC SUI''.". What could look smarter on n little l)t>y (han this tunic. It may be made of navy ser^e and worn with whiU1 collar and smart lie and belt. If pre I' licd, any color tweed may be used. \ -1 iaI.jIpaper pattern may ho ha;i !; ropreseni s "Kverylady's Jonrnai" p:i11•■!-!! Xo. to, cm in two sizes—l'or boys of ' and li. This pattern may be bought for ainepence from local jkiivth a.aera. or will be .sent post fr-f to ;.ny ad lirrtw if nineaenec in slump.-: is svm to Dept. c, "l-:ver.vlaily'« Journal." Swa».sti>»i-str>vt. .Mel be'true. St a' •• number of patirrn a:e.! sir.e i\i;uired if a licaiiy .sI> is sent 'o above ad dress, a -tX-pav.e cat aloait" will b" m in lo any reader who writes. "Semi fre: catalogue." .Wither speak well n- r iii of vote self. If well, nmii will no; believe you, if ill, they will b'dmve a ,aood d"':i more than you say. "i notice a man who had a cold n lii.s head has committed suicide." "1'oor fellow! Xmv. what fool...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 20 August 1914
A result of the Bush .Nurses in spection of State School children was the appearance in Lecngatha on Saturday of a waggon load of scholars from the Tarwin Lower school, at the dentist's to have their tooth attended to. There has boon a decrease of 3-1,578 domestic servants within the past '25 years in England. The publishing of war nows that has not passed the cotisor constitutes a broach of neu trality. That remedy is quite sublime, Which really " makes good " ovory time, And thro' at modest cost 'tie sold, Is worth ils weight in Virgin sold. It needs strong evidence to rout The rancour of tlio sceptic's doubt ; But such pereistuut proofs ensure His faith in Woods' Great Peppermint Cure,
TARWIN LOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 20 August 1914
TARWIN LOWER. The hall committee are having] further improvements effected at i the hall, which is to he thoroughly lined, including the anto-room, and a folding platform has boon erected. The war scare has reached here, and at a meeting on Thursday night (Mr Vale in the chair), it was resolved, on the motion of Mr Hay MacDowoll, that a rifle club bo formed. All those present agreed to join. Mr O. F Johnson, a member of tho Leongatha Club, kindly attended, and gave the meeting tho necossary advice re formation of the club, and was voted a hearty vote of thanks. A motion, moved by Cr G. M. Black —"That wo consider that the De fence Act should be amended ao as to make it compulsory for every able-bodied male to be trained in rifle shooting and skirmishing drill," was carried. On Friday August 7th, the Full Court unanimously granted the petition of the Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co., Ltd., praying to have its Memorandum of Association altered to permit it taking up the...
THE SIN OF INGRA[?]UDE [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 20 August 1914
f g^HE SCtf O? IN .111 VL'IL'U US Text: "&lt;) give tlunUs unto the Loril; for lie is fcoud; fur His moiiy umlinotli lot evci" (I'.siilm cxxxvi., I) ' Iiisi.UiIihU: is one of till' llMfil lXClls.\l»!l shirt I Sill. alas, it is cvvrvwliri !• jnani-. '/i',sli;ci; Hirli and poor. k'.iriH'd and ig iiorenl, iippi.'ar tu lie grovms i« the spirit 0/ "ingratitude, ti is routcnt., murmuring, in tlic fare of the world's greatest bless lings Witli tin dawning of tlic now era Uod uveitis to lie showering blessings [IPASTOR. RUSSELL)) everywhere "Heopcneth His hand mil s,u istieth every living thing"—e.wpl rebellious man The. more blessings come to man, tlio more intelligence lie attains, the lew lie seems to recognise the Source of hie favors The day of the world's greatest favors is the day of its greatest discon tent. kBSSONS FllOM THE IlltUTBS. The..brute creation look up to man as then god; for the Divine arrangement is that man should be the Lord of beasts, lisli and fowl. Man was ...
Mardan Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 20 August 1914
Mardan Rifle Club. The Mardan Rifle Club's annual meeting was held at Mr J. G. McKinnon's residence, when the following members were present— Capt. W. E. Steele (in the chair), Messrs A. Steele, Jas. Hogan, G. Funnell, J. H. Potter, H. Potter, G. Potter, E. Potter, R. Coulter, T. W. Coulter, J. 8. Scott, H. R. Gardner, Roy Davis, G. S. Davis, J. B. Campbell, C. W. Dickers, Jas. Darling, P. J. O'Malley, Jas. F. O'Malley, 1^. L. Watson, H. R. Curnick and J. G. McKinnon. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed on the motion of Messrs J. H. Potter and Darling. On the* motion of Messrs Dar ling and Hogan the correspond-: ence was received. Capt. Steele reported that the musketry for this year was the highest yet reached, being 61 members. The club fired six matches during the year, and did not lose any. An up-to-date miniature range had been erected costing £19, a new target at a cost of £25 10s, telephones £6 4s 3d, and repairs £7 7s 2d. The. following balance-sheet was adopt...
SMOKE DRIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 20 August 1914
SMOKE DRIFT. No disease has ever been eradi cated by discovering cures for it; but by cleansing the sources of in fection. The Melbourne Steamship Co., with a capital of'!£204,000, made a profit of £18,855 for the past six months. At the coming Royal Show there will be three sections for heavy horses—Clydesdales, Shires, and draughts. Evidence is not wanting that the war has already had a de pressing effect upon Australian industries. Wholesale co-operative socie ties in Great Britain manufacture goods to the value of £100,000,000 every year. Of 36,070,492 persons in Eng land and Wales, 16,284,399 are classed as engaged in " gainful occupations." Wonthaggi bakers, have raised the price of bread to 8d per 41b loaf, to- the great indignation of householders. Having strengthened guards at all points in danger of attack, our military authorities now await developments. Some of the most conservative English banks, including the Bank of England, employ women in their business. The wettest...
Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 20 August 1914
Jersey Cattle Breeders' Association. A meeting of committee was held in the Leongatha Mechanics Institute on August 13th, when five out of the seven members of the council werj present—Messrs "F. Hulls, (president), M. Rowe, (vice president), Jas Black, S. Gostelow, and A. Mesley (secretary). , Two letters from Mr A. Gorrie, editor of the Commonwealth Standard Herd Book, were.read. Mr Gorrie offered to write a paper from time to time on Jersey breeding to be read before the Association. Moved by Mr Gostelow and seconded by Mr Rowe—That the Council recommend to a general meeting of members to be called that the number of councillors be increased to twelve. It was resolved that Mr Gorrie be written, to accepting his offer given to the President to address the members of the Association at next meeting. The secretary to arrange time of meeting. The secretary reported that, a good number of members were enrolling. It was agreed to make !a sp&cial effort to enroll members before ...
Federal Politics. MR. BENNETT AT TOORA. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 20 August 1914
Federal Politics. Mil. BKNNRTT AT TO011A. Mr James liennett, tin; Liberal can didate for the Gippsland Bent, in the liouMt of Representatives, addressed ;i crowded meeting in tin' Toorn 11:> 11 oil onday evening. The meeting was presided over by Cr. J. Nicol. pivii deut ot the shire, and the candidate had ;t splendid reception. In his speech lie outlined the policy of the party to which he is attached, and gave a summary of the work car ried out by the Cook Government. As .Mr liennctt has already been fully reported in our columns it is un necessary to publish his speech in de tail. Hi; spoke for over two bonis, and his explanation concerning the tactics of the Opposition in ol>a met ing the 1 Mji> a ion of tin; count-y dis closed much information which was a ] revelation to the audience. At tho conclusion of hi-; address, which was loudly uipliuuled, Mr liei. nett was subjected to a volley oi 4 lestions by Mi- Ii. Noble, which w&lt;r - itnswoi'cd in a straight-forw...
The Coming Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 20 August 1914
The Coming Elections. When the double dissolution took place, little, na.? it dreamed in the political &lt;"aofp that some thing greater than an election for .the Senate and House of Repre sentatives in the Commonwealth of Australia would occupy the minds of the people. The can non's deadly roar has announced the opening of a great war in Europe, and distant as the thun der is it should convince leaders of the respective parties and the people as a whole that the utmost caution is necessary in regard to financial matters. Prior to this world - wide calamity, great schemes were being propounded by the Liberal and Labor can didates for the welfare of Aus tralia, involving the expenditure of large sums of money. But they now must stand over till more halcyon conditions prevail in the Old World, for no one yet can hazard an opinion what the issue of the turmoil in Europe at the present time may mean to the Commonwealth upon termination of hostilities. If- the struggle is protrac...