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THE WIDE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

THE WIDE WORLD The Massachusetts Legislature nas. made a praiseworthy attempt to put a. check on that dangerous form of char latanism - Christian Science. To tlhis end a Bill was introduced a short time since in the Massachusetts assembly pro viding for the registration of physicians and surgeons. Had this Bill passed it would have effectually checked those un licensed practitioners who, claiming to be the holders of a heaven-transmitted medical science patent, prey on the cre dulous and superstitious. Unfortunate ly, however, the Bill was defeated on the ground that it would. interfere with the personal liberty of people. There would, perhaps, be something to be said for this view were Christian Science t harm less fad; but its practice has been shown to be attended with serious danger to its devotees. Personal freedom of ac tion is all very well, but when it carries with it grave risk to the health and the lives of others, it is time that it should receive some attention from the ...

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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RE-DIRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

1IE-1)T1I ECTION. Letters. packets, and newspapers are rc-directed, w\ithout chliarge. to iany part of Victoria, upon the written request of the adldressee. They may also be re-posted, with a fresh diredtion, by an agent of the addressee. within a day of delivery, pro vided they have not heen opened. Let ters, &e., 1imay also be re-posted to other colonics and countries, provided that tihe difference (if ally) in poIstage he paid.

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WOMEN IN SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

WOMEN IN SPA IN. One of the best criterions of a nation's character is the status of its women. Tried by this test, Spain makes but a ` ot snowing. A gentleman who has lie a n:mber of ;;ears in that country cnrI:nuts to the "'Chicago Times H-rald-" an article on :,omen in Spain, in xich he explresses a doubt whether the Spanish woman is any better off lthan the Turkish woman. IHe says: It appears ifrom an official document that ,utt 2,6.0,615 Spanish women can rc:il o:r wit. This fraction is almost as bi as tlhe miale army that knows its own lanouage. It is a pitiful showing, but it is only the beginning pt the table of fe iiale wretchedness. the municipalities liet 51,t46 professional beggars who wear petticoats. Then there are 828,531 women who earn their living by working in the form fields. There are 319,508 -women rated as day servants, who get little more than their board and shelter for their work; and in all the dying monarchy there are but 719,000 girls in the schools of an...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

TEIR A "Dear John," writes my newt:pape' correspondent, "I can't let you go on this week without paying, through you, my humble tribute to the memory of Charles Hope Nicolson. I knew him well, for over forty year s, and a better and braver police ollicer, a mnore thoroughly cou:" teous gentleman one would scarcely meet. I am not speaking from hearsay, but from personal experience. as I a!m one of the few now surviving who ser'.'ed with him as a cadet in the year 181:." A correspondent, writing from soiee where in the bush, tells me the follou n-, anecdote, which he assures ince is triu-t than the average snake story:-'A clt gyman. who was very particular about his personal appoatram oil Sunday. went to preach in a ihush pairish. Fi'dii'n there was no glass in the vstry. and fearing that his hair miiliht not lie quitn. as smooth as it should be, he asked the clerk if he could ,et him a -class. Toe man was gone sorme minutesc but at length retu ncd and productd a parcel very mysteriou...

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ROUND THE WORLD ON THE BICYCLE. A G[?]EAT [?]UR BY THREE [?]SHMEN. LXXXVII. City of Hiroshima. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

fOUND THE WORLD ON THE BICICLE. A GF;EAT I.,UR BY THREE cd.l G.Si-:HMEN. LXXXVIIL City of I-i oshima. They are tiny chaps, are these Japa +nese military men. Vith their caps perched jauntily, and their narrow -chests tight tunicked, they are amusing. They are perky in their way, they eon slder themscelves veritable Agamenm nons, and they all suffer from swelled 'head. The oficers affect white kid -Cloves, large swords, and little cigar 'ettes. The naval-men are dressed like our blue-jackets. You couldn't tell the difference at twenty yards. The only difference is that the name on their cap ribbons is in Japanese and not English. The little gold-braided officers put on airs. One morning, while pushing our machines up a hill, a ship's company out for esercise swung along, The officer had a 7%g halt on *a CG_ head. He dis dained to see us. TWe could not m:xke room without moving down a bank. He marched straight at us in an offensive get-out-of-my-way manner. One of us set a stiff elbow...

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THE QUEEN AND RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

THE QUEEN AND RAILWAYS. It is somewhat singular that Royalty has always shown a preference for two English railways. The Queen has, of course. tr:avelled on the Great Northern and Midland tracks, but her most Le quents journeys have been nrade on the _reat Western and North ie. tern. The Prince Consort journeyed on ihe former line even when he had not I:li :aibsclute sense of security, iui-enmeuih as it is recorded that he once expostuluted With ithe enginedriver, riemarlking. "Not iluite so fast next time. if you please."' Possibly he communicated hiis fearis toi iHer Majesty. Anyhow. 'die did not travel by rail till 13th June. 54'2. when ishe returned fromn Windsorto town\ by the Great Western Railway. Dan Goochi afterwards Sir Daniel ( ooci, was the enguinedriver, and Ihe undtluut edly grasped the regulator with care *ind discretion, because the Queen 1'adually- g-ained confidtlence in his driving. In his diary lie says: "In nearly all cases I took clharge of the ungine mysnelf w...

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BESSIE'S ESCAPE. OR, THE COUGAR OF CARBONADO. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

BESSIE'S ESGAPE. OP, TIIE COU;A l OF CA1RDONADO. (From "St. Nicholas.") IT EZItA TIPFiLETLBiT STAFFORD. Up in the motunttains the blacklbrries doi, not grow ripe till quite late in the summer. and fl ssie found it very tire some w~aiting. Tier fatr:;ic was em91oy}."d in the Ca rb -nadli, mina and r'in had t1,v:": l:tl(\w:! any 0"h.r ham' than ith' wil'] littl'' settt''it.''tt in thu -",t-h!ils .. thu I:s kis. Tl'-hr.'e n-ie gr':t v.hit'" nautl ti jnaks s:itiing il a u d, : l ti - li Village `.at `;urnem"_iid"". by .Leiat. ,o...t< Ithat had i-e intt t hnil Itt ,t ' Ttin litt it - girl \:a., t 2 l tb afra. i .I th o s e I a rl; : rill tit:ti" l.. .. tt i I i' 'itil i ti're f it ' tin I. h:s ita*d coulatr'' t in miountaon itlns hiding in at-n.ii h it had nitat- t . n ritnt f th s tte tre:Miful ' nim' I iherself. 1''" -t , all t- e t wit it -' tit iI ' ' the lint'krs ,fi ' they had iyn-t.l hat :l tit : i Sthe eark,.}tr ',"1ih, 0i it iin and t} y tic Ui a ctnt.lr. ::tItt h''tr...

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FRENCH WHITE WINE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

FRENCH WHITE WINE. An old caricature of Cham's depicted the horror of a French gentleman who bad made inquiries of his wine mer chant as to the prospects of the vint age, and had received the reply that the outlook was good, for the price of potato spirit had fallen, and the supply of fuchsine was ample. During the blad years after the phs'lloxera, the ipublic mind became firmly Imbued with the belief that the red wines of France were particularly liable to be adulter ated. The notion that white wines were t'ss likely to be sophisticated gave rise to a fashion which has continued after the belief on which it was found ed has ceased to have any good ground. 1e do not propose to -attribute to French wine mak rs any exceptional inclrease of consciousness,,but the fact appears to bIe that recent vintages have. ben so copious that it is not worth while to adulterate. Nevertheless, the public belief in a greater purity of French white wines persists, and, as one consequence, they have bec...

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A STAR GAMBOL. AFFAIR OF BROADWAY. THE PLAYERS AND THE LAMBS. STIRRING TIMES AT THE OPERA HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

A STAR GAMBOL. AFFA-IR OF BROADWAY. TIIE PLAYERS AND THE LABIES. STIRRING TIMES AT TI E OPERA HOUSE. The New tYork co1rr'espondent of the Lotndon "*IDily T!elegr:aplt" conhtributes be his palleiel' the followiiig: W1hen in d,'bt-- lial is to say. if you :414r a $t1eI 1ti4 l clthi ---( 111 . a I'ist ' a 1i~4'r miniistroel slow. Thlow i11 a few hur l'sities Oit lpopu1lar plays 1 s mk, wVi'gh11. charter till I (st theatre is the c it u. :i i i:, 11uc ite t le 100b 1 jli u to Iit o111 (s 114I perSorimante att ri-e dtllar' lit aiol). 1141111 I8 l'4l)Ieiil tt' 1)1 11111 BP.'Iltit Ii( 1it' I IV! 'tte1·cc l~i - I I. 'l:13tl'$:4.i I 'ii'~~ Ih ·· 'I 1111'. II Illll- 41'. I c~tri' ('li tO!: I'\~ 2 ~'tlti' ii- 'I IStie' ii s t ei i' : tlir ll . 1ine1t into l i(' ll'el 1tite I:'41t 11s' ( '1 ell: 1 1 0111 s c r \ ll the milet't'th' lit'Ie I:ttlbs pousued - wile 11 1140110:4.it 01 S14,1l444~~ 11111 i WO 144ll~~i I'll] ev'ery\ siti"4'oss ltoo- to fri'e Iithemselvest from Ise enetUnbr: h1,ce. There...

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SUBMARINE MINES. WHAT COUNTER-MINING MEANS. METHODS DESCRIBED. A SUBHARINE BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

SUBVMARINE MINEvS. WHAT COUNTER-MINING MEANS. JIETHODS DESCPIBm). A SUBIIARINE BOAT. Mr ft. G. Skerett Twrites to an Ameri can paper as follows: Aside from the navigable or auto rnobile torpedo, the passive torpedoes or mines that guard the entrance of ports against unwelcome visitors are the most dreaded of all present perfected miens of subaquatic warfare. .There are two kinds of mines used generally for this purpose, and they are, first, the ,Iser-vation mine, which is exploded by an observer when he sees that the foe's vessel is over that threatening mass of ,00 pounds of gun-cotton; and second, the electro-contact mine, which, con taining about seventy-pounds of the sante explosuve, bursts when touching tlre bottom of -an enemy's craft, and, because of actual contact, needs a smal ler charge to accomplish its dread pur ios,. This electro-contact mine is r'e'ally the most dangerous to cope with, for but a slight tilting causes the elec trie circuit to be fired. A sudden jerk lup...

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YELLOW JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

YELLOW JOURMALISM, An American paper says:-Th'l'e tlnt hoyaut egotism of some of our "yellow" journals, with their "special correspon dents" :anud "exclusive stories," is "'lit off" liuuiorously by the man who gets up the " Just I'roin Georgia" ceultnnu ever;y day in the Atlanuta "Constitu tion." These paragraphs t1t ti From the '*ilville Baunier's' special war cur resp~ondent": "I tun with the fleet. I eiwiVy took my ad vice when lie captured the Phil ippines. I have just praised him to his faee. "S:ltupson asked for an intervieiw yes terday. lie wanted to know tii opinion. I told hiit he was too slow. 1Ie 5:1id ihe knew it. Acting ot a hint I gave himi. lie iinseditately sailed for I'orto Rico. ''Tue Spaniatrds citi all our ctables last iighit, but early this morning I ordered a nfew le llaidtl, andI tlhis is the first tmessage sentl over it. I dontt knowv what tie nation wothuld do if I should le killed. "Every item of news I send out can he relied on. I had an interview wit ii t...

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WOMEN AND PUBLIC DINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

WEtME"1 AND PUBLIC DBIMERS. Mr Andrew Lang has been airing h'i views. in the "Westminster." on women and publie dinners. This is a sample of tlhe way MIr Lang writes: Oh. the insufferable tedium of pullc" dinners: At the very best you sit for perhaps five mortal hours.next the same two unceasing males. If they are friends (which rarely happens) you feel incline d to say, like Dr. Johnson. 'Sir. do iot I-t i us see each other to-morrow!" But more, frequently the "foe and the stranger'," are your companions. The or' anixers have a singular knack of placingr mn between their pet antipathies. La-t year I sat next mine. On the other side of enadi of us was an empty chair. t et this was merciful. for they would have been occupied, we observed, by enemies of the human race, hateful alike to both of us. As a rule, one does sit next an empty chair. I have hcad an empty chair on one side, on the ether a miltary person, unknown, who ap penred, by his demeanor. io have lunched on a ramrod. I co...

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AFTER THE WEDDING—ALMOST A PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

AiFTE THE WEDDING-ALMOST A PIL'P2SAL. Tic hed been the best sin at the smart wedding. and she had ue- i the principal lkide maid. Heir friendship for the 'ride dated roein the period when they bot h iuarreled atuL the dancing cla s over Ithe aie little heoy. their junior by five years. tIe had known thite bride Cr.'m so well that hle was ullfeignedly relieved whlien no interruption lmarred the solemin service. She hatd teen pro-f mistld the bridetl's garters; he had pre sentt-d the bridegroom with his white (gardenia tefore the ceremony. Such kin'dred ties of friendship brought them together. "One marriage always makes us gene ralisec over marriages," she said. "And so makes you think of your own in pro''-pect?" No." quitt seriously; "I have no such object." "Yuet don't seen heartbroken. for you evidently.-have a keen appetite for nmatr rons glaces. and I am sure you are too well bred to have aims in life." "But they are fashionable." she plead ed. "Fashion is the yoke which only th...

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SHELLAY'S GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

SHELLAY'S GIFT. A highly interesting event took place at the Bodlelan Library on Tuesday the formal presentation to the library of the guitar given by Shelley to Jane Williams, wife of Captain Edward 1Ellerker Williams. the friend who afterwairds iperislhed at sea with him. 't'he gift is the subject of one of the It ost beaIutiful of his poems, the lines insctibed "To a lady. with a Guitar,"' and beginning Ariel to Mlranda-Tttake This thave of music. Tuhn instrtiument, muost carefully pire servect by Mrs Williuams, wito. :bout lthe year 12 ;. beeniatt the wife of Tiltoau s .Iefferson I1 gg, the lingraphier of Shelley. renainiled ill their Ihouse at ('liftont read. St. John's 1 Witl. for some dears after Air ti. h s death: whtnit Juae" tetnoted lto tie atnoe of her datugifiter, Mrs Lonsdale, nee Ilogg. witIi whom shie resided until li le eas :tt e iat :Ia:ncedl age in iSS-l. AMrs I tinsittile tutl the eistody of the guitar until I15.7. :atd aiter iher death in that year. when let est...

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THE DIVINING ROD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

THE DI0INING ROD. i'.' lhouse %was very itinoifoi'lrtabl'. It i:s like a .-pring cleaiutin lI the winter -ime. All the(11 carpets were up ie"c;' us, fIather iha:ldl told Elixz: to m:lae the I':.i'e dcentc . as tlhere wat s d geltle mut coloming to dinner next day.. So shte u. in a charwomanu. und they sloip p"ed water about. and left Ibrooiwn' and a.-slhes oil the stairs for people to turn tile over. H1. 0. got a big butmpi on his head ini that wa', and when he said it wasI. too bIad, Eliza said lie should keep ilk the nurs'ery then. aid not be where hle had no business. W'e I: ndl aged his head with a towel, arid then lie stopped crying and played at being Englad's woulnded hero dyling in hie cockpit. while every 1n1:1 was doing his duty, as the hero had told thlcl to. -Ind Alice wt's Hardy andl I was ti:e dio tor. \\'We were rather a:tonislelf at fatihers' ha:vitng-an one to dianner. bIeciuis now he never seems to thinik of anlythiing but bIusiness. Before motlher dlied peo ple of...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

USEFUL HINTS. Knitted Dish Cloths.-These are ex cellent for use and wear, besides being so easily made. Four skeins of knit ting cotton will be required. Cast on 36 stitches, and knit a square with large wooden needles. , - How to Wash White Knitted Gar ments.-Cut up about a pound of soap and melt it till it is reduced to a jelly. When cold, beat it with the hand, and add a little ammonia and stfficient boil ing water to make it warm. Wash the knitted or crocheted wollen clothes in this liquid, and then rinse thoroughly in tepid water. Wring them well, and roll in a large towel for a few minutes, and then dry before the fire, taking care not to put them too near. Shake the gar ments occasionally, but do not stretch them out while drying. Use soapy water when making starch. The clothes will have a glossier appear ance, and the irons will be less likely to stick. Gravy will generally be lumpy if the thickening is poured in while the pan is over the fire. _ Set the pan off until the th...

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THE BOWIE KNIFE. SOMETHING OF THE INVEN[?]ON. THE MAN AND HIS WEAPON. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

THE BOWIE KNIFE. SOMETHING OF THE iNVENST' N. THE MAN AND HIS WEAPCON. Bowie drank habitually, but rathler in conformity to social requirements than because he cared for liquor. No =tan ever saw him the worse for a glsus. He was rarely even flushed with wine. Eat few of the men about him had either such control of themselves or heads s" capable of enduring a drinkldng bout. When he had drunk them down they; were apt to pick quarrels, maudlin on bitter, according to their temperament, Usually Bowie let them pass. Most likely he thought the anger no more than a fume of the wine. Perhaps, too'. he was diverted by it, in the same fashion that, as a lad, he had been diverted by the antics of the beays he trapped. The snare he had then se for B3ruin was a hollow cypress - knee filled with sharp iron spikfes pointing in and downward, and balted at bottemi with a luscious honeycomb. Eager to reach the sweet, Master Bear thrust lsr his head, seized it, and made to rushtd away with it, but fo...

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THE NEW BABY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

THE NEW 'BABY. hie father of the new baby takes the child in 'a way that entitles him almost to be called the new father. 1{ ' viers the baby with absolute seriousn!ess. "I1 am unable, quite unable," he said, in an interview. "to treat the new baby with even occasional lightness. That is why I hate to have anybody dandle, lshake or tickle it. It seems to be the desire of relatives and friends to go throcugh some violent contortion in order to e t3rt some violent emotion in the baby. They treat the baby in a special viny, and thattspecial was is an extrava na'nt way, but there is no reason, why the baby should not be treated. soberly, Like anybody else. "These people, who thus trifle with the uaby's nerves, are not so much interes ted in the baby as they are In them - elves. They seek to attract the baby's attention. to establish relations between therselves and the baby. That is not Sthe way to take the baby seriously; it s selfish and superficial. I am so much interested in the bab...

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"MY OLD WARHORSE." GENERAL LONGSTREET, RIGHT HAND MAN OF ROBERT E. LEE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

} Y OJLD WARHORSE." GENERAL LONGSTREET, RIGHT HAND MAN OF ROBERT E. LEE. A Leader Remarkable For Coolness In Action WVho Dealt the Enemy Sledge Hammer Blows--Ills Battles With "Old Bull" Sumnerand "Fightlng Joe" Hooker. (Copyright, IS04, by American Press Associa tion. Book rights reserved.] EADERS of bat tie history can but wonder at the saupe.rb achievemncuts of the Army of Northern Vir ginia. Some times over matched, always poorly fed, as well as imperfectly equipped, the same men, barring t::oso who fell, kept the field with the same organization four years. Perhaps the last named feature contributed to its high efficiency, be cause the same organization included the same leaders, as a rule, and the same leaders in a fighting army means the perfection of esprit de corps, the un q-ienchable fire of personal enthusiasm. Longstreet marshaled under his banner a brigade at Bull Run when the army numbered 20,000, next a division, later a grand division and corps, and when his columns ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 16 August 1898

Shire Advertisements. Shire of Warragul. NORTH RIDING. ANNUAL ELECTION OF COUN CILLOR. IT is hereby notified that ARTHUR BEARD RICHARD BUDGE CAUNTER, AND ANDREW LILLICO have been duly nominated as Candidates for the office of Councillor for the North Riding, and that a Poll will be taken for the Election of one Councillor for the said riding, on Thursday, the 25th day of August, iinstant, consmencing at 8 a,nm. and continuing till 4 p.nl- at the following places, viz: WAnRUAGCL.-At Shire Council Chambers' BLLs BULN.-At State School. BLOOMFIELD.-At Mechanics' Institute. DIAs tN..-At Mechanics' Institute. PERCY J. SMITH, Returning Officer for the North Riding. Shire Office, Warragul, 15/8/98. Shire - of Warragul. CEATRAL RIDING. ANNUAL ELECTION OF COUN CILLOR. BY'virtue of Section 114 of the Local Government Act 1890, I hereby declare DONALD McNEIL to be duly Elected a Councillor for the Central Riding of the Shire of Warragul, he having been the only Canididate Nomi nated, in accorda...

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