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A DUEL WITH POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

A DUEL WITH POTATOES. A noted preacher and "muscular Christian" was "Bill Bowman" oC Ken tucky. At one of his meetings a local desperado raised :l disturbance, and, being rebuked, challenged him to fight. Bowman accepted, and. as the chal lenged party, had the choice of wea pons, he selected a measure of Irish potatoes as big as his list lor each man. and stipulated that his opponent must stand fifteen pace's distant and that only one potato at a time should be taken from the measure. The desperado was lurlous at being thus freshly insulted and made ail in dignant protest, but Bowman insisted that he was the challenged man and had a right to choose his own weapon, and threatened to denounce him as a coward if he failed to come to time. The fight took yd ice on the out skirts of the (own. Everybody who could walk- was present to see the fun. The seconds arranged the two men in position by I he side of a mea sure filled with large potatoes bard as bricks. Bill Bowman threw the first p...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COALS OF FIRE. Led by a Little Child, a Ticket-of-Leave Man Played a Hero's Part. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

COALS OF* FIRE. Led by a Llttla Child, x Ticket-of Leave Man Played a Hero's Part, Murchison was hungry, and, being in an economical frame of mind, he turned into a flsh-shop and gave the curt order for twopenny worth of fried flsh, which he dined on, standing at the counter. The atmoivpliere of the shop was gassy, and the heat from the boiling oil made Murchison l'eel suddenly faint. He left a little piece ot fish on his plate, and went out of the shop into a. buffet opposite and liad a brandy and soda. When he got outside, a church clock struck ten, and he shrugged his shoulders with a gesture of impatience. "Better go round and report or I'll forget it! Confound the police su pervision!" He walked on till ho cams to a po lice-station, and strolled in languidly. The inspector looked up from the paper he was reading and nodded. He went through the formula of ex amining the ticket, then, as ho handed it back, he said: "Well, Murchison, turning over, a 'new leaf'?" Murchison smiled. ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

the W orld's Nightcap. Buy Whole Bottles. MORSES • . of 'Large ' . Experience Recommend - FTl rn /T1 PT2 F\ fl ETS3a!P\ w, r-,f • (C' -j LfeUfe'-51 to their" Pa'cisnl's. NURSE CATHERINE KORTIiNG cf 176 Davis Sired, Brunswick, Vic., writes ai follows (29/2/12) : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing about the amount of good CLEMENTS TONIC has done my daugh ter. In January last year, she was operated upon (or appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home very weak and run down. I jravc her several hollies of Clements Tonic. It noon strengthened her nerves, she was as well as I could \v:,sh her before long. Fg'.!.-!kii years ago I first used lass medicine as a niirsa and have recommcndcd it ti:"-r. outtfnenfcer. I have fcti-;:co;:!crc5ioredlohealth r.nd sli'cnrt':., and bless the ■dr.y liiry ircr.rcl of it. It never failed io do fjood. QhV.mw.t, kortu:g." ; SZLL IT. I, - ' * Foster and District Co-operative Butter Factory Co. Ltd. Registered Oiliee Factories— ;it Foster...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Overdoing It. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

Overdoing It. Mr. B., who was dining out,. had done lavish justice to the good things before him. By. way of a graceful apology he remarked with a beaming smile directed towards his hostess: "I've always heard,; ma'am, that the highest compliment, one can pay the housekeeper is to eal heartily. You observe that I have been exceedingly polite." "Thank you, "Mr. B.," smiled back the hostess. "Indeed, I think you have carried politeness to the point of flat tery." . A good story is told of Lord Clon mell and an . Irishman who met each other once in a New York hotel. On being asked what part of Ireland he came from, Paddy replied: "Well, as a matter of' fact, at one time I was one of your discontented tenants." Lord Clonmell glanced at him in surprise. "Yes," continued Pat, thoughtfully, ' "! was. Cut here are you and I drink in:; together, while in Ireland I could novi-r get close enough to you to hit you with a shot-gun." In the old days the proprietor of a music-hall always used to w...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATESMEN AND LARGE FAMILIES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

STATESMEN AND LARGE FAMILIES. The revival of discussion on the i"«iiii-r birth-rate recalls some of the ;'e!ioi!ioy of statesmen and others to i.ncotirase the rearing of large fami lies. Pitt, for example, said that they should make relief in cases where there ■was a large number of children a matter of right and honor, instead of a ground of opprobrium and con tempt, and he added that that would make a large family a blessing, and not a curse. Napoleon offered to take under his own charge one member of any family which contained seven •male children. And Louis XIV., for whom no extravagance was too great., had exempted from public tuxes all those who married before the ago of twenty, or had -more than ten legiti mate children.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STRANGE WILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

STRANGE WILLS. Many are the eccentricities to which wills have .borne testimony from time to time. The Earl of Port arllngtou left Instructions that ho should 'be buried with all his rings on his fingers. The lata Earl of Orkney stipulated that he should be taken to the cemetery' in an old-fashioned hearse, so that the coffin should not be seen, and that no flowers should be placed on his grave. He also left word that his coronet would be found by his nephew and successor "in a collar" of his house. A Vienna millionaire, who died re cently, left a" sum of money with which to defray the cost of twelve months' electric lighting, not only of his vault, but even of the very coffin in which he was buried. Less particular was the Frenchman who asked that his 'body should he thrown into the sea a mile from the English coast. He was, too, so dis gusted with his own rouri. 'y that lie would neither be buried there nor al low any of his relatives or feliow 'rnntrymiMi to benefit by his death....

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

TENNIS An interesting tournament between the Toorn and Fish Creek clubs was played on the Toora court on Saturday afternoon Inst, in connection with the ' Slii.e Association competition. The ■ result was in favor of the visitors who "■ won 5^ games to 16. The ladies of • the local club provided afternoon ten, ■ wiiicii was much appreciated. Scores— - Smith and Mathieson (F.c.) beat Blan- tj ■ ton and Fretwell (T) S—6. . |l= Harris and Layer (F.C.) lost to McPher- / r son and Mukeham 8—2. Shaw and Wilson (F.c.) beat Boilings f and Gibbs (T) 8—5. . j Harris and Laver lost to Blanton and. I Fretwell 8—0. ■ Sha>v and" Wilson beat McPborson andl i. Makeham 8—4. is ■ Smith and Mathieson beat ftallingVand!;!" Gibbs 8—2.. • j Harris and Laver beat'Rollings and!'£ Gibbs 8—5. i: Shaw and Wilson beat McPherson and £ -Mukeham 8—2. $ Shaw and Wilson beat Blanton and Fretwell 8—G. ■— - > The tennis mutches for next Satur-j? day in connection with theS.G. Tennis Association will bo as follow...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY GLASS CRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

WHY GLASS CRACKS. Why does cold water crack a liot gls>ss? The reason why cold'water cracks a hot glass is exactly the rea. son why hot .water cracks a cold glass. But this does not always 'happen. If you use a very thin glass, it will not crack either by cold or hot water. The chemist often uses little tubes made of very thin glass, which he calls test tubes, and you can put theso in a flame and 'boil water in them without their cracking. You might think that the thinner the glass the more readily it would crack, but really it is just the other way about. When you fill an ordinary tumbler with hot water, the heat is conducted from the water to the glass, and • the glass expands, or swells, 'but the heat has not yet reached the outside part of the glass, which stays as it .was. And so, as the inner layer of the glass, which has been made hot, swells, it cracks the cold outside. Just the opposite bap pens when a hot glass is filled with cold water;'the inside shrinks before the ou...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOORA FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

TOORA FLOWER SHOW. The 9>wer shav aud biaur. which has bdCJin) raej;jmel as oin of Toora's greatest public functions, was' opened to the public ypitardiy by tli* president of the institute, Mr W. li.. Warner The 'show is au oxodlidnb tuo and will coatiuue until Suurdiy ■ night. Fol'owing are the awards r— CLASS A.— I1'low Kits. Collection of G rcwes,. distinct varie ties—Miss A. Caosick Rose, any color—Mr V. Law»ence ... 1, Mrs P. W. L>»wreoce 2 3 yellow roses—Mrs P. Lawrence :> red rosea—.Mrs Ackland S roses, any color—Mr V. K. Law rence Collection Sweet Peas—Miss A. Cantick 1. Mr V. li. Lawrence 2. G carnations— Mrs Ackhinti 1, Mrs Dougherty 2 CollectioJ of pansies—Mrs Dickson Collection of poppies—Miss A. Gaa sick Collection of Phlox—Mrs Aidos Collection of l'elargoniams—Mrs • Amos Collection of geraniums—Miss A_ Cansick Collection of Sweet William—Mrs Aeklawl Collection of Snapdragon— Aikliiud Dinner table i}«coiation—Miss Bir ngw;inath 1, MraG McPherson ~i DfLMJi-Hted ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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ONE ON THE TCURIST. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

ONE ON THE TCURiST. "T s'jjoso if ! i-ihould try to ride thut. machine I'd break my nock?" saM a ^awky-lookin^ follow, as ho Kased at the bicyelc itist the lamp post. "Xo, yon wouldn't." replied the bi cyclist. winking a'. : 1;• • nvstaniiors. "It's I'll' <■::si<>st ihi'.iL; :,i rii" world to do. Anybody can rid'.- out; ol ttio:jc machines if ii" only r 1:i 11U~ so." "I want lo know." exclaimed the ^awky yniiii!;' youth. "D'ye think I could stay on it ii I got on?" "I know you could." "An' niak' 'or "Of course." "You're tryin' lo fool me." "Don't yon w:\nt io try it?" ' , ( Anil the tourist in knickerbockers . ' winked slyly once nioro at the inter est ml spectators. "How do yott keep from fallin' off the tiling?" "All you've to do is to climb on, start it going, and keep going. Just •rv it. Here, get on." The gawky young man took hold of the bicycle a'\vtowardly, and trundled it out to the middle of the road. : . "It isn't quite as good a one as I've got at...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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MASTER OF ALL Published by Arrangement with Cassell's Colonial Press, Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER III. Love on One Side. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

MASTER OF ALL BY ALMAZ STOUT;. Author o£ "Copper Under the Cold," etc., etc. Published by Arrangement:with-. Casaell's Colonial Press, Melbourne. All Bights Reserved. CHAPTER III. Love on One Side. ...' This happened two mouths-.before Dick had told the .news to Robert— for Sydney two months-of a curious mixture of supreme joy at her new found happiness and regret for the old lost days when her father . had needed her every hour. Dick had only found time to go down and see her once a week, not always that, but what of it? He had his work and his engagements, and he could not always bo running down. So Sydney argued. For in those first days she would not have dreamt f questioning what Dick chose to do. Because he did it,, it was right. Besides, when he was with her, Dick gave her little cause to question. He was gentle, courteous and considerate, and she had no ex perience by which to weigh the dif ference between gentle courtesy and passionate tenderness. She was still asleep in the...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Home Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

Home Hints. Hilled Roger;;: Do lady in do next house j;ivo mc a pioce oC home-made cake. Won't yon ^ive me somethin'. too? Mrs. Spiteful: I 'ertainly. I'll ^ive you a pepsin tablet. Many a njan with a future before him Is handicapped by a past behind him.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER IV. Miss Sadle Stone. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

CHAPTER IV. Miss Sadie Stone,. Somebody counted the days to Fri day, but it wasn't Dick. His last ton dor speech and lover-like kiss 011 her band had set Sydney back on her pedestal of happiness and pride, and the momentary dismay that iiad seized her was forgotten. "Don't yon think I am the luckiest woman in the whole world?" she ask ed Maggie after the two men had gone. Maggie looked at her, and there was a little cloud in her eyes; "You mean 'because you are en gaged to Dick Kenyon?" ' "Yes. Oh, Maggie, I wonder what ever he saw in me! I am so dull and plain and uninteresting, and lie is. so clever and so handsome. 1 only liopo he will not be very disappointed in inc. I know 1 am utterly unworthy of liini." "My dear girl, for pity's sake, don't taketthat tack! That isn't the way to keep a man like Dick Kenyon." "Keop him?" said Sydney, with a proud little lift of her head, as she gazed at her friend in frank amaze ment. "I shouldn't want to keep lilm it he didn't want me. But whe...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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A WITTY RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

A WITTY RETORT. Cur ran was on (.wins of intense en mity with Lord Clare, the Irish Chan cellor, with whom when a member of the Bar ho fought a duel, am! whoso hostility to him on the Bench lie al ways said caused him losses in his professional income which lie. could not estimate at less than .USP.otlO. The incidents attendant, on this dis agreement were at times ludicrous in the extreme. One day, when it was known ihat. CiU'ran was to make an elaborate statement in Chancery. I.ord Clare brought a large Newfoundland dog upon the Bench with him, and during the progress of the argument Ik- lent his ear much more to the dog than to the barrister. This was ob served at length by the entire profes sion. Iu time the Lord Chancellor lost all regard for decency. He turner himself quite aside ill the most ma terial part of the ease, and beuan in mil court to fondle the animal, fur ran .stopped at once. "Co on, go on, Mr. t'nrran," said Lord (.'hire. "Oil. I beg a thousand pardons, my lord; ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

KITCHEN WRINKLES. Fish may bo scaled much easier by first dipping them into boiling water tor a minute. An'immediate cure for hiccup is to take a lump of sugar with a few drops of vinegar on it. A tablespoonful of turpentine boiled with, your white clothes will greatly aid the whitening process. The problom of rust stains has been solved by holding the damaged fabric iu boiling rhubarb water. To remove mildew from linen, first rub the spots with a piece of soap, then put on a layer of scraped chalk, hang up to bleach, and repeat pro cess until the spots have disappeared. When a baking dish gets burnt in the using it should not be scraped. Simply place a. little water nnd ashes iu it, and the burnt surface will come off easily without injuring the dish. A good way to give slows a brown color, without adding coloring, is to save the outside of onions, and when washed add them to stew, and boil to gether. This will he found a much nicer way than by adding browning. Knede gloves can be ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

ir. aid of the Patriotic Fund. IfJ PRIZES. twmTmi nua-l Sports Carnival On the TOOHA Recreation Reserve. -' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28-1914. .B cycle Events run under-L.V.W. Rules. J'irst Event, Horse Trot, to start at 12.30. "P Jl 0 C 15 A SI M E v....cling Events-under Ij.Y.W. Kulos. Mrst liivent, Hdrso Trot, to start at 12.30. p.m. Itond Race-to J)e run on "XTiiitrs' Eve, December 2*lth. V To'start pnnctiially at 4.1)0 p.m. Bond- ttace, oC £14, 20 miles, from Yarram to Toora. Limit man to leave Swan's Yarram Hotel -1.30 —1st £10, 2nd £3, 3rd £1, Gold medal tor fastest time. Nom. 4s, accept. Cs. Horse Trot, of £4, 1 Vi miles.—1st. £3, 2nd £1. Entry 3s. Lute entry (day of sports) .v. Standing Block Clioj>, of £8.—1st £G, 2nd £1 10s. 3rd 10s. 50 inch blackbutt logs. Nom. 3s, accept. 3s. Underhand Cliop, of £15.—1st £10, 2nd £3, 3rd £2, 5G inch blackbutt logs. Nom. f>s, accept. 5s. 'J'oom SUeflielil Handicap, of £10.— 1st. £8, 2nd £1 10s, 3rd 10s. Nom. 4s, accept. 4s. 18.2. Pony Tro...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

QUEENSLAND. ARI.fe for LEASE and SALE Juode' to tL mane alinia: tern ; •oad i lient til cowing Dairying . Centre ndy to Brisbane and al conveniences. Carry a cow ere all the year round. Per -it!running streams,- temperate equable rainfall. No bracken bush iires. Good train and 'rvico. Liberal terms to suit Also fruit and pineapple farms, ite correspondence, lex. S. Douglas, COOROY,- N.C. Line, Queensland. MONEY. ' l Why pay 5 per cent. i' JCAiN lend you pletityat 4A per cent, at a most reasonable cost. I lend ou ''SECOND MORTGAGE and iuterosts t' under Wills. All communications strictly ! confidential. DAWSON ; silTH; Metropolis Arcade, 377 Bourke-st., |. MELBOURNE t | I IMPORTANT TO : jmriners of Gippsland and District. LYALL "AND SON, Sasi Chaff, Grain & Flour Stores ; f SEED & OAT MERCHANTS, ViGTORIA MARKETS, MELBOURNE lour, i' luu—Bust roller Town and * ifcuntry brands. ran, l|ran Pollaid, Pollard sat 1/ Sggar White liosc Kerosene itmen", main and lUked 'J'able S...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Fish Creek Mechanics'. Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

Fish Creek Mechanics' - Institute. The ordinary, monthly meeting of the F'sh Cieok Mechanics' commutes was held on Saturday evening, Mr. E. Clark (president) in the chair. Present were Messrs. T. D. Davies, T. Falls, A. Farrell, C. J. Johnson, J. W. Lowry, and J. J. Alackin (se cretary). Members' private business being entered upon, the president produced for the consideration of the commit tee a list of library rules drawn up by himself and another member who had- been previously appointed as a sub-committee for that purpose. The secretary having read the sug gested bye-laws aloud said they should be discussed piecemeal,' and afterwards passad — or otherwise dealt with—as a whole. . ■ Copies-were-handed'round-for in spection. What minister- is in charge of the bill? someone inquired jokingly. • . A deep, momentary., silence suc ceeded, what time the committee, figuratively speaking , prepared - in business-like style to bring its in dividual howitzers to bear upon the proposed rule...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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THE MIRROR. WITH WHICH 18 INCORPORATED THE SOUTH THURSDAY, NOV. 19. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

THE MIRROR.: WITH "WHICH 18 INOtilU'OUATKIl l'llK'SOt'TII' TniJIiSIJAY. NOV. 19: 1911. I The public of Foster and di. tic. k'iowgiI ,a true spirit of patriotism on Tuesday evening last on tho occasion of it larewell social to the local b >ys who were leaving to share iu the war between Great Britain and Germany. The hall was crowded to its utmost capacity, and to the -half-dozen vo'u-.ii teers who were present—Messrs Win. Oram, Alf.. Griffiths, Win. Firth, Wm. Briscoe and J. Williams—it must have been most gratifying. - Or. E. S. Uaidner occupied the chair and after referring, to • the''occasion for which they . had "assembled, lie- had much pleasure in- presenting (on behalf, of the public) oaclr volunteer with a wristlet watch, with the' hope that it would act as acharii) for them through out the campaign; and that-they would take with' them -the ^ best wishes for a successful trip and returning- with' the records of : honor' and glory in having shared in the dpwnfall of the " ...

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DUMBALK. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 19 November 1914

DUMBALK. At the Dumbalk Public "Hall on the 9th instant a farewell social was tendered to Sister Back house, who is leaving the Bush Nursing Association, and taking a position at Toora. A pleasant evening was spent by the large number present. Mr H. Pearson presented the guest with a travel ling bag, a gift from the resi dents, and Mr Quick responded on behalf of Sister Backhouse. Mr Pearson referred to the year's work in the district so ably car ried out by the nurse, and said that she had made a host of friends, and her departure was very much regretted. Vocal items were given by Mrs Cantwell and Miss Phelan, a violin solo by Mr Downe, and the music for the dance was kindly provided by Messrs Quick, McWhinney and Kelso.

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