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KILLED BY A MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

KILLED BY A MOTH. Princess Caravella, a singularly lov able woman, had been entertaining a party of friends at dinner at the Cara vella Palace in Naples, and, as she had promised to attend a ball towards 'midnight; she went to lier bedroom to lie-down for a few minutes' rest to re fresh herself for the dance. At 11 o'clock the maid entered the room to awake her whereupon the. Princess asked her to return a little later, and, twenty minutes afterwards, when she returned, the girl found her mistress still lying oh her bed with scarcely a muscle of the face changed, but stone dead, with the mark of a tiny bullet in the region of the heart. The maid's shrieks quickly brought the Prince and the whole houshold to the room, and within ten minutes the judicial and police authorities ar rived. It was clear that no stranger had fired the shot, since the bedroom was situated on the third floor, aud no one had entered the gates of the palace between the hour of ten and midnight. At length the P...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WEST AFRICAN LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

A WEST AFRICAN LEGEND. A etcry which-'' possessos the ele ments of humor is related in "The Fetish Folk of West Africa," by Mr. Milligau, who -was tor a considerable iperiod "a missionary in that part of the world. Ho describes it as a le gend cherish vd by many of the na tives:— Once upou a time there was a great famine in the land, and food was very dear. So a tortoise called on his friends, the worm, the coclc, the busli cat, the leopard, and the hunter, and borrowed from each a box of brass rods, promising to pay them at the end of the season on different days. On the day appointed the worm ap peared .and asked for the payment of the loan. Then the tortoise asked him^.'tb wait until he should go and fetdi the money. The next day he came back with the cock, who also came, according to appointment, for the payment of his loan. Then the worm and the cock met, and "the cock ate the worm. 'Dion the <;ocic asked tor' his money, and tlio tortoise usked lilm to wait until lie...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How He Made His Mark. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

How He Made His Mark. "I'rofessor, v.ha! has booonie of Tnin Applet on'.' Wasn't ho studying wiili the clans last year?" "Ah. yes! Appleton, pour fellow! A line ;mi!11<'itI. but absent-minded in the use of eheniieal.s -very. That, discoloration on thi> ceiling - noliee it?" "Yes." "Thill's him." "I'm nut surprised. I always thought Tom would make his mark if lie got a cluuce."

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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BRIGHT AND GLADSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

BRIGHT AND GLADSTONE. It is not always an easy matter for a man of strong convictions and m tive force of character to see and in spect another's point of view. Wil liam IS. Gladstone and John Bright were two of the strongest men that the last century produced, yet an an ecdote from "The Lite and Work of Frank lloli," by Mr. A. M. Reynolds, shows that these great men were quite unable—on our: occasion, at least—to see more than one side of a question. Soon after the break between Bright and Gladstone that followed n difference of opinion concerning the Government's foreign policy, the ar tist Holl was engaged to paint the portrait of Mr. Bright. lie inciden t-ally mentioned thai he was about to paint a portrait of Mr. Gladstone also. "It must be a very painful thing for you. Mr. Bright," !;■• hazarded, "that after all these years you should have found cause to sever your friendly relations with Mr. Gladstone." "Indeed it is," replied Bright, with a sigh. "To think that after we have...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

hs old of the-Patriotic Fund. I •CI & ^ JL I -A PRIZES. I', . yci." Events run under L.V.W. Rules, i'..- ,t liven t, Ilor.-e Trot, to start at 12.30. S ■> R O G R A M M E v 'y.-lint; Invents under T/.V.W. Hnles. !invent, Horse Trot, to start at 12.30 p.m. r.oart Itnce to be run on Xmns Eve, December 2-itli. To start punctually at 4.30 p.m. ;; llor.d Itace, of £14; 26: miles, froth V'arram to Toor.l. Limit man to leave Swan's Varram Hotel 4.30 —1st £10, 2nd £3, 3rd £1, Gold inedal for fastest time. Nom. 4s, accept. 6s. U;>-.'se Trot, of £4, 1 miles.—1st. £3, 2nd £1. Entry 3s. Lato otitry (day of sports) 5/. Standing Block Chop, of £S.—1st £G, 2nd XI 10s, 3rd 10s. 50 inch blackbutt logs. Nom. 3s, accept. 3s. u i the TOOItA Recreation Reserve. SITU30AY, DECEMBER 26 1914. Underhand Chop, of £10.—1st iju, 2nd £3, 3rd £2, 5S inch blackbutt loss. Norn. 5s, accc-pt. 5s. Toora Sheffield Handicap, of £10.— 1st. £S, 2nd £1 10s, 3rd 10s. Nom. 4s, accept, -is. 18.2. I'ony Trot, of ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

| QUEENSLAND. I ARMS (or LEASE and SALE. | JIM E coming Dairying Centre, I JL handy, to Brisbane and all : Js nodem conveniences. Carry a cow j 1 to the a ere,.all the year round. • Per- j i-iiauent running streams; temperate j climate; equable rainfall. No bracken ; fern ; no bush ires. Good train and oad gpiviCRr - Libfml tBrms to-auifc ilients. Also fruit and pineapple farms.. I invite correspondence. Alex. S. Douglas, j COOROY, N.C. Line, j Queensland. | MONEY. j Why pay 5 per cent. r CAN lunJ you plentynt 4A per cent. ■*- st'a riiost reasonable cost. I leml ou SECOND MORTGAGE and interests under Wilts. All communications strictly confidential. DAWSON SMITH, Metropolis Arcade, 377 liourko-st., MELBOURNE IMPORTANT TO Farmers of Gippsland and District. LYALL"AND. SON, Cash Chaff, Grain & Flour Stores SEED & OAT MERCHANTS, VICTORIA MARKETS, MELBOURNE o r ?lour. Flour, Flou:—Best roller Town and Oats for Ea-ly Sowing Country brands. Green Stuff, &c. Br:in „M ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

Something to Think About BY DANDUXOXG BACON CO. SHABEHOLIUiKS. In 1901 a certain milk contractor of New York City was so arbitrary and paid so little for milk at one of their plants, that tho farmers organ ised a co-operative creamery and started to compete with tho old and well established concorn. One hun dred and seven farmers subscribed lOOdol. each, and on April 1st they had a creamery ready for business. These men were so thoroughly a roused over the situation that they dug up lOOdol. each to get free. When it came to delivering the milk to their own plant over 47 men showed up. Sixty of these farmers started 011 the first day to kill the business they helped to organise and owned. Of course, the rival con cern had been busy telling these far mers that they would lose their mon ey if they delivered their milk to their own plant. So these wise (?) men waited to see if the other forty seven would be paid for their milk before they would venture. The ri val company had been busy ...

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, NOV. 26. 19[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

THE MIRROR. WITJI WHICH IS INCOKI'OIIATK!) THi: .-oll'll iJiri'Sl.ANh SllIIIK MAIL. TllUU8D AY. NOV. 'JG. 1 •> 1 i. Chilly noble deeds and heroic action* done liy boys have been recorded in past history, and tin' incident which we are about to relate might well la: added to the list. Last, Wednesday 1 afternoon Henry Hiflgs, tile I en-year- j old son of Mr .1. Higgs, or' i'oora, 1 whilst in the act of jumping over a • fence at, the Mali' schorl, caught his right, leg in the barbed vire on top causing him to overbalance and fall to the grimed. and in his descent the leg was deeply gashed for several inches by one of the spikes. The boy wis unable to wall;, but as he was close to Dr. iian'ett's residence was carried there by his father. Tlx.' boy was suffering great, pain, and the wound required eight .stnehes. 'J'o endure this operat ion and relieve his suffering Dr. -Barrett ordered the boy a glass of diluted brandy to drink. On presenting it, t.o the sufferer Henry refused and s...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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A CLEVER WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

A CLEVER WIFE. Food faddists cause Mr. Ralph Ne vfll to make some rather piquant re marks in his latest book, and he. tells' aa amusing story at the expense of one of them. When at luncheon with a friend he observed that he touched no meat, but ate only certain strange vegetar ian dishes, which had evidently (been prepared for his special consumption. Later on, says Mr. Nevill, I inquired of his wife If this new diet agreed with her husband. "'It didn't at first," she replied, "but it does now." "From his looks .he certainly seems to thrive on it. He never looked more robust in his life." "I take care of that," she went on, ! "(hough I hope he won't find it out., No man partakes of a more carnivor ous diet than he. Every one of those vegetable courses you saw to-day was I full of the strongest meat juice, which, by my orders, is put into everything served to him before it ap pears on the table."

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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DARING JAPANESE WHALERS. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

DARING JAPANESE WHALERS. M:uiy of the Japanese /whalemen a vi' most expert and daring men. Alter a whale has been cornered, harpooned, and is slowly giving out from exhaustion, the nimble expert of the whaling crew must prove his met tle. The skilled Jap, after jumping up on the animal's back and cutting two gashes in the head, one on either side, through which a rope must be run and tied, cannot always perform his work in one trial. Often the ani mal makes a deep dive. But the lit tle Jap must hold fast to his quarry, and dive also, trusting to the fates that his own air supply in his lungs will last as long as that of the whale's. The Jap is safer from being drown ed than from being crushed by the infuriated animal's tail. If the little Jap lets go it usually means his death —so he hangs on to the diving quarry. Frequently these whalemen lose their lives from drowning, Ibut the members of their crew look upon this misfortune with something of a fatalistic regard. But the main busi...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Church Services SUNDAY, NOV, 29. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

Church Services St.'XIlAV, Nov. iii». Cill.'lU'ii Of KN'il.ANIl -On) 'h II, ]Wl Kniiiklin • », 7.*>", 'l'l-oiall, Poi' WuMipool WeUhp.wl 7..'jit. 1'llKSIiVTKK! an C'lUMiCH — Ku;,l ul' 1] itml 7..')0, Aim-y'* Tniek 1 ■ ». Mktiioiust Ciii'iu:n. - Ko.-,t<;i- II ,-tiu 1 Will;,'a Wi'iiLi'i S, Hodille Unniiu l-'Wi Civck li ::o, IWul i].. ll. Ti.nr.i ict - -'J'ki Ji !i 7.oil, M"uiu IVst 11, Wouiiin.i 'J ">n, Silci ck's J1, l'iiiginw.ii'i i 11. The Ciippslaud am! Northern Co operative .Selling and ! n.suranee Co. Ltd., forward tin; lastest quotations for the following :—Wheat at fi.'lj ; oats 3.7, feed <",0; mai/.o -i, i ; clialt £6 7/G to £G 10/, medium i'5 15/; jioU 1 toes jC i 10/, inferior .£2.

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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CHAPTER VI. Sydney's Good-bye. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

CHAPTER VI. Sydney's Good-bye. A mouth later Dick was sitting at his breakfast-table with the dishes of kidney and bacon and fried sole uu t-asted before lilni. He had been to the play the night before with Sadie Stone, and he bad gone on to supper at the Savoy afterwards, still with Sadie Stone. After he had seen her home, he hud gone to the club, and found Robert Enderby Btill there, and insisted on his going home with him to sleep. It was four o'clock 'before he would let Robert go to bed, and even then he could not sleep himself. The thought of Sadie's cliarm, Sadie's bright gaiety, and the luxury that Sadie's thousands would have •brought to him, came to haunt him. For, though Dick was not a conceited man, he was not blind, and he would have been blind indeed not to have seen that be could have Sadie, her charms, her gaiety, and thousands in cluded, for the asking. But then the vision of Sydney, with her thin, child ish figure, big, questioning eyes, and serious, heavy attempts...

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 — 26 November 1914

Are now [he Understood Even! at Foster. FOR Table Damaalc, Laco Curtains, Brise Biso Not, Tasseled Madias "Muslin, White and, Unbleached Sheetings, Towels, Forfara. Glass Towellings. at a Friday Pop discount of 10 per cent. ■ COME EARLY. S¥11TN1 GASHDRAPER> • Agoiit for—Australian Provincial [nsuriuire Co., House and Land Purchases l ire, and Lit\; Iristn •tnc<; n '§ a Long fay to Tipperary ? j IA1 BUT NOT SOT'Q ■JW FOSTER, Whore the Newest and Most Fashionable Display of Spring & Summer Goods ever seen in Foster may be inspected. Dress Material, Tweeds, Voiles, Sponge Cloths, Poplins, Iloyles, Prints, Clmly's Tussore Silk, Etc. Soft Shirts, Collars, Ties, flats (pivn.miti and felts), Socks (fancy and plain), Everything for the Men Inspection Invited. OUR GOODS ARE BRIGHTER, BIGGER & (WORE BEAUTIFUL THAN EVER. Give us a Call. Seeing is Believing. i4 y ? IS la ei Our Grocery Department is well stocked with all the beefe «.nd the goods axe reliable. ■F O ...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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CHAPTER V. A Forgetful Lover. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

CHAPTER V. A Forgetful Lover. AVheii-< Monday morning eatno. syu-j ney was down early. The letter . were always put on ilie breakfa; '] table, and she wanted to open hers J from Dick before the others were , ' down. There were only two by her plate, and she hastily picked them up. One was a bill, and the other a letter in connection with the purchase of the house. She felt as if someone had given her a physical blow, ;ii"i she stared at the t«o offendins: loi ters, offending in thai they were ir-.t the letter she wanted, with unseen'-: eyes. "What can have happenedf)1 •. how could he forget?'' What blank, impotent heartache can the non-arrival of a letter britij;! We count the days, as Sydney had counted them, and then the hours, to the moment when the expected mis sive shall come. Then, when the day and tiie hour tw by and we have n;>! heard one word we are sick with fear, disappointment; or anger. Then «e make excuses—for our pride's sake. We cannot think it is we ha...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL TENDERS ACCEPTED FOR MACAULAY ROAD. KALLADY ROAD DISPUTE REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

ALBERTON SHIRE COUNCIL TENDERS ACCEPTED FOR MACAIXAY ROAI). KALIjADY ROAD DJSFUTE REFERRED TO DEPARTMENT. Present:—Crs Christenseiii Barry, Bland, Barlow, McLeod, Nightingale, O'Connor, McGalliard. Cr. Power sent an apology for Irs absence. Correspondence. Hon. T. Livingston, rc communica tions for cards, stating that he had referred the application to the State Land Tax Office; also, stathig there must be some misapprehension in re gard to council's resolutions re the intentions of the Government to re duce the endowment.—Received. The Commissioner of Taxes, stat ing the valuation of the shire had not been completed, and that appli cation for a copy of the valuations had been noted.—Received. The Chief Secretary's Office, stat ing that November 12th had been specified, on or "before which the councils of the municipal districts •wholly or partly inoluded in the lire district may nominate some person to be its representative of tho local committee of the said district.—Re ceived. Re...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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War and Horticulture GERMAN SEEDS. FARMERS!—GROW THE SEEDS YOURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

War and Horticulture (JHUMAN SKIOUS. FAHMKKS!—GKOW THE SIOIOIJS YOUKSELVUS. Probably few Australians realise, or even think, when they are en joying a luscious cabbage, or a sweet, tender carrot, that they are indebted to Germany for these plea sures. And when the enjoyments of a glorious and many-hued garden constitute a fea'st to the eye and to the aesthetic sense, it will be hard for the observer to realise that he owes the burst of beauty to Ger many or to France. And yet these are facts! The great bulk of seeds used in Australia are produced In Germany or France. What are far mers and others going to do for seeds now the war has dislocated trade? This is the time for the harvesting of seeds on the continent. Thousands of tons must be left un harvested, for the males are nearly all at the war, or attending to .war business. There must be a Dearth of Seeds and corresponding high prices next season. Ernst Benary is an enter prising seed grower and merchant in Erfurt, in Germany, w...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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Soldiers' Farewell. KNTHUSIASTIC PATRIOTIC SPIRIT [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

SoJdiers' Farewell. KNTHUSIASTIO PA'rlilOTl'C SPIMT. As stated iu our last Issue the Poster Mechanics' Hall was crowded ! to Its utmost capacity on the oc casion of 'the'.faroivoll to the local boys—Messrs Win. Oram, Alt Grif fiths, Win. Forth, Wrn. Briscoe and John Williams, who have been en listed to serve in the ranks of the British soldiers in the graet war at present operating between Britain and Germany. In addition to the above mentioned there were several others who were unable to attend the farewell, and under such circum stances their loyalty is not. being overlooked us the same good wishes are with them, as also a suitable memento forwarded 011. On account of the epidemic of measles being in camp it was with.great inconvenience that arrangements could bo affected; not knowing exactly when the lads would 1)0 able to leave camp. How ever, on receipt of information a com in'ttee was appointed and the onerge! tic secretary -(Mr. J. II. Shaw) lost no time in preparing the func...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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No Prowler. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

No Prowler. In til'.1 chib smoke room the .other day was ht'iinl ;ui interesting thins about a Canadian in Chester. Chester, yon know, is walled. Its wide walls, mi which you could drive a horse, are famous. You cm circle the town on ■ lieni. tint the Canadian knew nothing about Chester, lie had only arrived in Liverpool that afternoon. And as soon as he linished his dinner, he said hi the waiter in the quaint Chester inn: "What is ihe best way lor me to amuse myself here for an hour or two before bedtime?" "Well, sir," said the waiter; "it's a line evening, the moon is full, and I think you'd find a stroll on the walls moM enjoyalile." The Canadian, ignorant of the popu lar promenade upon the wide walls of ''liester, thought he was being mock ed, He frowned at the waiter, and said, bitterly; "What (In yon lake me for'.' A toni eat?"

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

TENNIS Last fcj iturdny afsernoon the Foster tennis club played Fish Creek 011 the latter's ground "under ideal tennis weather conditions. (Bo it known "ideal "is herein, used 'in a limited sense, as probably the-popular opinion concerning ideal weather would bo better and damply-expressed by heavy downpours of rain. However—the Creek team beat the visitors by 1 set and 3 games. The court was in first class condition,-and played very well, and, for its excellent preparation, the committee deserve the greatest praise. The ladies, -as-usual, kindly came for ward with iifterrvoon tea and concomi tant good thingx, and their valuable services in rescuing the perishing— fiom thirst, cto.~--\vt>iv jjivnlly appreci ated. Tiie games resulted as follow— Shaw and Wilson (F.r.) heal Mor ton and Rice 8—7 Harris and Laver (F.c) lost to M cLen iiiUi and Shaw 5 -8 Smith and Mathiesou (F.c) heat Chal mers and Stewart 8--!) Shaw and Wilson lost to McLennan and Shaw 8 Smith and Mathiesou beat Morto...

Publication Title: Foster Mirror And South Gippsland Shire Advocate
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BEFORE THE DAYS OF SHORTHAND. [Newspaper Article] — Foster Mirror and South Gippsland Shire Advocate — 26 November 1914

BEFORE THE DAYS OF SHORT HAND. People who have sal in court aud watched skilled reporters taking down the impassioned speeches of counsel at the rate of two hundred words and over a minute, -must often have won dered by what means accurate reports I of legal and political proceedings were secured in days 'before the in j vention of shorthand. [ Some idea of the shifts to which reporters 'were forced bo resort long ago when anything approaching a ver batim record 'was wanted is given in au auecdote of Count Theodore Lam-, eth, who was one of the leaders of fhe Constitutionalist party during the French Revolution, under the great Lafayette, with whom he had been in .America. It was towards the end of 1792, when Robespierre and his Terrorists were securing the upper hand in France, that the Constitutionalists •founded the Logographe newspaper, the chief aim of which 'was to coun teract, by verbatim records of pro ceedings in the French Assembly, the garbled and inflammatory' reports th...

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