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WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
WOMEN DENTISTS AT £2000 A YEAR. England has at least one profession for women that is not overcrowded, and that is dentistry. Women, so :eady to enter medicine, are, strangely enough, little represented hero, said Miss L. M. Brooks, Secretary and War den of the London School of Mediciuo Eor Women. „ ■'■'"■'''We have only livo girl students for \he dentistry course at present. Last pear the number was three, and the previous year two. Prior to that thero fvaa a gap of some years without fc-ny itudents at all. "Looking at the thing from a busi ess point of view, it is a splendid .nveatment for parents of girls. Tho :ourse extends over four years, and the joint fees amount in all to £180. Tho itudieB are pursuod at this school and it the National Dental Hospital in 3reat Portland street. "At the ond of four years, when thoy Decome registered dental practitioners, ;hcir incomes should easily equal tho.^a if the average male dentist, whi.'li :anges from £000 to £-,000 a year. "The existe...
Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
Prosecution. The hearing tonic pla.e in Sydney during the week b. fi,re Mr Justice Harvey, of the suit instituted by O.T. Ltd , foi* »n injunction to re strain Thomas Gii'dmer Muir, licen see- of the Surrey hotel, King anil Castlereagh Street, Sydney, from selling or pa«sin>; off uny c triiial, not beitii; nf plaintiff's niauufactiuei, us for &lt;>.T. Plaintiff company, which carries on business as man ufai-turur and vendor ol' this pitri icnlur cordial, chimed to sell large quantities of ii in New South Wales, where it had acquired a.favour..bid reputatii n, and whs spoken of and known as by the trade ami public as OiT. Plaintiff-i cliaig.ij "that the defendant, had frequently and habitually olteied for sale and sold'ami wts still &lt;fteiing certain other cordials i f similar'ap pearance and taste, but not of pli»iu tiffs* manufacturer, as and for O.T. ; also that when si Mny the ci rdials defendant, by his sorvan's had ri piv suited that the eoidi d* Were th...
THE GOLFING WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
is THE GOLFING WOMAN. | "Harry simply bates staying there. He says he'd rather spend a week-end in a golf pavilion auy day." "Does lier husband like it?"" "Well, of course, it's a littlo difficult to judge; one can only guess 1 Harry says it would drive him mad!" Tho two frionds woro discussing an athletic girl of their acquaintance, who had lately married. "But, you know," continued one of tho two, '' inon aro such contrary crea tures. They go raving mad over 'sport ing' girls, tho 'real good pal' sort, and then when they'ro married and settled down they start grumbling bocause there's no peaceful quiet at home, and the hand that rocks the cradle wields a Her friend smiled. "Yes; but hus bands aren't so terribly unreasonable, golf club instead of darning the socks! " after all. Beally, you know, before and after marriage docs make a differ ence! Week-ends golfing wore splendid in tho 'engaged' days, before there wa3 .my home ol' one's own. But when a man's hud a strenuous week of w...
Court of Petty Sessions. FOSTER, Friday June 5th (Before Messrs. P. Cohen, P.M., Wm. Wood, D. W. Witton, and M. Synan, J's.P.) BUSH FIRE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
Court of Petty Sessions. Foster, Friday June-5th (Before Messrs. P. Colien, P.M., Vm. Wood, D. W. Witton, and M. Synan, J'sTP1) jusn F1RF. case. Constable Linneen proceeded against Alexander McKnight. for igniting in flammable material on his property at Stony Creek. Inspector Fowler ap peared for the Crown and Mr E. B. Skinner for defendant. For the Crown, Insppctor Fowler stated that defendant had been charged ■with setting fire to scrub on the 14th Feb. last, and in consequence, pro ceedings had been instituted under section 22 of the Police Offences Act 1890. John Emerson Creighton, farmer, residing at Foster North, said ho had known defendant for the hist . 10 years. His property joined de-1 fendant's and Jackson liros. and was i situated on the north side. Ho had . cut scrub for defendant in November • and finished the contract in January and it was fit to burn in February, lehan's property was on the south side • and was cleared country as also was his and Jackson's. On the m...
ENGLAND'S FOOD PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
ENGLAND'S FOOD PRICES. Tho LaDour Party in the Imperial Parliament moved in 1912 for an in quiry into rents, prices and wages, and the recently published Bluo Book with tho report is a mass of detailed social information. England and Scotland form tho scopo of the commission, a • basis of whoso research is a compari son of 1905 and 1912, showing tho changes in seven years. As to rents. London shows a dccreaso of about 4 per coat; othor cities no marked move ment. As to wages, tho mean porcont age increases aro:—Building trades, 1.9; engineering, 5.5; printing, 4.1. But the cost of living raises issues interesting to all classes in all parts of tho British Empire, and tho committee's report includes tho civilised world. Tho goneral conclusion is that /tho total cost of living, including clothing, has risen 10 por cent, in tho seven years period. Taking fourteen food commo dities, the riso is 13.7 per cent. Eetail prices in London of twenty-threo ar- 1 tides of food givo 114.5 as the ...
SLEEP FOR THE CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
SLEEP FOR THE CHILD. A liealthy child for the first two lionths or so spends most of its timo isleep. After that a bal)y should have it least two hours sleep in the forenoon, and one hour in the afternoon, and it is quite possible to teach almost any in fant to adopt this_as a regular habit. Even to the ago of four or five years a child should have one hour of sleep, or at least rest in bed, before its din ner, and it should be put to bed at six or seven in the evening, and left undis turbed for twelve or fourteen hours. Up to the fifteenth year most young peoplo require ten hours, and till the twentieth year, nine hours. After that age every one finds out how much ho or she re quires, though as a general rule six or eight hours are necessary. Eight hours' sleep tvill prevent more nervous de rangement in women than any medi cine can cure. During growth there must be ample sleep if tho brain is to develop to its full extent, and the more nervous, excitable, or precocious a child is t...
Church Services. SUNDAY, JUNE 14. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
Church Services. Sunday, Juke 14. Methodist CnuRcn.—Foster 11 arid 7, Wong.-i \vnu&lt;ja 2.30. Horldle k;uurc 2.;:0, Fish Creek 2.30, Bufl'.ilo 2.30, Timrn 7, Mount. Be9t 11, Wourarrft' 2.30, Silcock's 1], Bingimvarri li. pkksiiytkrian Church — Foster 11, Ainey's Trnck 2.30^ Foster 7. chuiu;h op England. — Goy's 11, Port Fiankl.'n 3. Foster 7. Toow 11. Pt. Welshpool 3, Welshpool 7,
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
BILLIARDS. Mr Giddings' billiard snloon, Toora, was crowded on Wednesday evening of last week, to witnpsa a match between the first six of Stony Creek players and a like niimher of Toora cueists. The games throughout were in'eresting and evenly contested, though in the two games lost by Toora, the local men, Soderlund and Bowclier, did not play at nil up to form. With the exception of the last match, which was reduced to 50 up owing t'i the limited time, the games were for 150 each. No great breaks were made, the bc9t being those of Dr. Barrett -it), 20, Soderlund 25 and Head 20, the play of the visitors bcine con sistently good. The final result, was— Toora 4 games, Stony Creek 2, or nn aggregate score of 7iS2 points to 703. At the conclusion of p'ay the visi ors were invited to the Royal Standard Hotel, where Dr, 1£. Barrett in a few complimentary words of welcome, ex pressed ihe desirability of moreficquent mee'ings between Mich genial men as they had met in the visitors. Such vi...
FEDERAL POLITICS [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
i 1 - •—& FEDERAL P02JTICS &lt;t Mr J. E. Fenton, M.IJ.R. for Mari byrnong, addressed a largo meeting in ha Welshpool hall, on 306h ult., Mr U. Christie, president of t,he locil branch of the ltbor li-aguo presiding. Mr Fenton, said that ns ihey were ill broth er and sister taxpayers, thev were interest*; d in the welfare of Aus umIia, (he finost country in tbn world; With that un de*standing ho was de sirous of bring/ng a fow fauts befoiw them so that sarious consideration might be given to them. Referring to 4 double dissolution Sir Fenton said 'h it if it was granted on two such,1 trumpery bills the constat ution would! be seriously violated aad Hie Senate, would become a football to bo kick&dj between tho King's representative— whoever he may bo, and the party iu po-.vor—whoovor thoy may bo. Under such circumstances ho would strongly urge the abolition of th» Senate alto gether. Tho people must be made iware of thia atiack upon tho consti tution. When tho...
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. Sir,—At the last meeting of the Shire Council a letter was read from Mrs Uuilfoyle, owner of the Royal Standard hotel, Toora, and discussed, and finally its request was agreed to. Mrs Guilfoyle asked that the council should have the survey of the corner of her property fronting Stanley aud Victoria streets so amended that she might be enabled to extend the veran dah of the hotel, which was built when streets and footpaths had not been laid out, to cover the whol^j^yidth of the footpath. To assist tire-council in the conteioplated improvement of the situation Mrs Guilfoyle made a free .gift o£ the land required, which was accepted conditionally on there being no costs of transfer to the municipali ty. The rounding oil of the two cor ners in Stanley-st. woufd be of inesti mable benefit in the future, as well as for present public convenience, as in the course of tiuie, as the traffic of the town develops, there must intensify a congestion which should at once ...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
FOOTBALL Toora and Fish Creek will open the season at Fish Greek to morrow. Toora will be picked from the fol lowing :—Heaney, Hal), Airey," Duck,. Crameri, Mattson, Lay (2), Phillips, Blading, Outwin, Rackstraw, Kallady Pritchaid, Sinnbeck, Leno, Kerr, God den, Doran, Pearce, Whiteley, Moro ney, Bartles, Crouch, Cock, Clarke, Ferres, Callaghan, Chapman, lllakoy, Rogers, Norton, Wood, McKehzie, Hodgens (2), Paul, Thomas, Tresize.g Players and supporters are reminded that a. special truin will return from Fish Creek in the evening.. The secretary of tbo ctub desires to acknowledge receipt of the following donations and promises of support:— W. Simmons £1- Is and football, \V. Guilfoyle £1 5s,, Cooley and Hal lett £i Is, Dt' Barrett 10s 6d, H. Hyatt 10s 6d, W. Norton 2s 6d, W. .Moroney 2s 6d,. W. Wilkinson 2s 6d
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A euro for ants of all kinds, cock roaches, and any other pests that in vade tlio panty, is green ivalnuts. Place in the closets, cupboards, or any placo where tlicy are likely to be. The cure is effectual and the remedy clean When you clean the ebony brushes on your toilet table, rub a little vase line over the backs before you wash tho bristles, as this prevents the soda or ammonia in the water from injuring tho ebony. The.vaselino should after wards be removed by polishing the backs with a dry cloth. To clean much-soiled hands do not gc to work roughly with brush and soda water, but loosen the dirt by rubbing the hands well with sweet oil, or even lard or dripping. Thou wipe off the grease as much as possible with a piece ol1 soft paper or old rag, and wash the hands with warm water and soap. To make toast on a gas-ring, got a small Tound of wire gauze and place over the ring. It will get red hot, r>.nd bread can be toasted with a fork over it in the same way ...
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
THE CONCERT. After the coticlmion of tho hiirh tt-a the hall was cleared in readiness fur the concert, at which the Rev. A. J. Smith presided. The- programme submitted was a goodonoand merited the appreciation of tho largo audience present. The attraction of auch a large house no don'* was ih-1 appear ance of .Mr. J. II. Chambers, the suc cessful prizrf winner at tho recent Ballarat competition in elocution. The performor rendered' eight item* in all and met with great response. He was of v.tluable assistance to the programme and the fact of him giving hia services gratis and paying all his own expenses went a long way to wards assisting the function in a financial point of view. Tho othor portion of the programme was admir ably given by local talent as fol low* : — Quartette, Misses Tabor, Henwood. G. Tobias N. Gibbs and Messrs Davis and Phillips; song. "Alary" Mr. Every ; song, "Rises" Mrs Witton ; song, " My Dear" Miss Dorrie Bath ; song, " The Engli«h m.in''(encore) "Queen of th...
SOUTH GIPPSLAND RACING ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
SOUTH GIPPSLAND RACING ASSOCIATION FIXTURES. The following dates were al lotted for the coming season :— Meeniyao, Monday, December 28th. Stony Creek, Wednesday, January 20th. Korumburra, Wednesday, January 27th. Foster, Wednesday, February IOth. Leongatha, Friday, February 12th. Korumburra, Wednesday, March 24th. Association, Friday, March 26th. The Traralgon 1 Journal" has the . following " It . has been suggested that the Gippsland and Northern Selling and Insurance Co. should purchase the Dande-; nong Bacon Company, and con tinue to run it on co-operative lines as at present. :Tke proposi tion will, we understand, shortly come before the directorate of the two companies. Owing to the initial mistakes, the Gippsland Bacon Co. is short of capital, and in consequence its operations are very much . restricted. It is stated that if the Selling Company secures this important property, it will be in a position to finance it, and confidence will be estab lished. At the present time the ...
Church of England, Foster. HIGH TEA AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
Churclr of England, Foster. HIGH TEA AND CONCERT. Tho unanimous feeliug for success in bringing the annual Church of England High Tea and Concurt to a satisfactory issue was fully confirmed ou Thursday evening last when tho ovent took place. Tho interior of tho large hall at the mechanics' ms'ilulo presented quite an appetising and at tractive appearance with the various tables in readiness the consuming of the '• high'' content? upon the dishes placed before the people as they sat to repast. The tables wero also artistically decorated with tlowers that conaidorab'y added to the effect. Preparing for an event such as a High Tea incurs a great deal of work and the ladios, with Mis. Cross, as encfotary, deserve to be.congratnlated for the manner in which they catered for the public Tho tea was un doubtedly a " high tea"—tho turkey, tho duck and tho hams, etc., etc, proved it to be so, lot alone tho ex cellent display of lighter refreshments that helped to sati.-fy all classes of ap pe...
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
IS ROMANCE POSSIBLE NOW? Miss K. Tennyson Jesse, the aulhoi of "The Milky Way," a novel mucl 'read iu Kngland just now, gave m answer to an interviewer, thu ans'.vci of the best type o£ modern iroman denying that romance should be 3111 lined merely to love in its narrow sense. "Why," said she, "surely thi; country that has produced Hying is'.rt romantic as any there has been." T'.ul. the interviewer persisted' in" rogarding the 'word as firmly linked'with "love.' Romance, as implying glamour, how ever, Miss Jessie hates. "Glamour admits no faults. It :: illusion. It idealises a man, and when the fact is realised that th&lt;jrc are heaps of shortcomings in him ?ovc flies, for it was given to somebody v.'lis never existed. "The twentieth century is analytical and not romantic in love," contimi Miss Tennyson Jesse, and a good tiling too.. It saves itself so many bluud.'s and so much pain. I wish the pren :p tial period were made less of in a girl's mind by her-elders than it is...
JUST ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
JUST ONE. "Do you dvo whiskers?" " , "Yes," answered Hie barber. "Do thoy fool anybody?" "Seem to fool tlie man' that wears 'em." A good husband and a uood man are not necessarily the same tiling.— Myrtle Reed. The Health authorities cannot make up their minds what to do with disease !'carriers," , Victoria has 63,209 acres of fruit trees, N.S.W. 49,329 acres, and Tasmania 30,575 acres. The Indian bomb-makers have been sentenced to 15 and 10 years' transportation respectively. Americans declare the British treatment of militant suffragettes ; as " jelly-backed and futile."' ] Sydney still produces a daily tally of small-pox cases. &lt;
PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Toora and Welshpool Ensign and South Gippsland Observer — 12 June 1914
PERFUMES flO LONGER CONDEMNED. A Home authority states that per fumes are ncr longer considered con demned as effeminate. Batli crystals are among the more popular forms of perfume, as they arc refreshing aud also soften tho water. Public tasto now shows a strong ten dency towards the mysterious seeut, so that the old simple scents like violet, rose, and lily of. the valley are giving way to perfumes composed of perhaps aB many as fifty different ingredients —perfumes, for instance, like Shem-el Nessiin. There is as much harmony and discord in perfumery as in music, Harmony in the toilet can only be achieved by the use of the same per fume throughout, -while, in tho male ing of composite perfumes, the smallest grain too' much or too little of any ingredient will cause as much discord as when a pianist plays a wrong note. "Doesn't it make you proud," asked tho gushing lady from Rhodesia, "tc feel you are Empire-building among such-terrors? To live among-lions?" "If it comes to that,"...