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CHAPTER IX. A COMPACT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 July 1914
CHAPTER IX. A COMPACT. "Laurie, will you come with ae in-. to the conservatory ?" said Pat, in a low tone, Tho gentleman had just come into j tho drawing room, and Laurio Hat- j ton had a once joined her, but her i words told him she had something to' Bay to him-that she did not care to risk being overheard. | VOl! courso, I wilj^" he said, as she rose ; and they crossed the room fol lowed by tho gazo of several pairs of eyes. j "Won'£ my father and your umele be delighted ?" she said, as they \ tercd the conservatory. He looked rather bothered as k« answered : "Yes, I expect they, will be pleased, Pat." Pat laughed merrily, then when tbey had got to the end of the con servatory she coated herself a fancy bamboo chair and pushed an other towards him. "Sit down, Laurie, we're going to have a confidential chap, and it'i ever so much more comfortable to have one's companion on a level." Laurio seated himself, and his gravity gave place to a smile as he said : "Pat, do you know what the...
DATE JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 July 1914
DATE JAM. Buy. the dates by the pound. Re move the stones from three pounds and put the fruit in your preserving pan. Add about three breakfast cupfuls of water. . Xjet the fruit just get hot, nnd then add a pound nnd a quarter of preserving sugar, a sprinkling of , ground cinnamon, and a teaspoonful of fresh butter. Stir . .until the . jam begins to thicken, .and pot while steaming hot".
APRICOT JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 July 1914
APRICOT JAM. : This is delicious when made from , the well-known dried apricots. Buy three pounds of apricots. Wash them well, cut up each apricot in ; to four, and put to steep nil night in three pints of water.* Measure out ten breokfastcupfuls of water, and into them squeeze tho juice of tfcree lemons, and add a pound of cook itig apples cut up small. Simmer this for ten minutes, and then measure tho pulp, and for each breakfastcupful allow three-quarters of a pound of preserving sugar. Put this into tho pan, and add «an extra four pounds of sugar. Cook, again for a few minutes, then/ stir in tho apricots and the water they havo been soaking in, and cook until tho jam gote thick. Rhu barb can bo used when in season instead of apples.
PINEAPPLE AND FIG JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 24 July 1914
PINEAPPIJE AND FIG JAM. Buy a tin of pineapple and *i pound of dried figs. Cut the pine applo and' figs small. . Put in a basin and add tho pine-apple juice, and leave all night. Tho next day weigh tho fruit, and to each pound add three-quarters o! preserving sugar. Put tho sugar', in tho pre serving-pan, and add enough water to melt it. When dissolved, add tho pineapple and figs. Stir over the fire until it thickens, and pot.
A STRANGE SHAMPOO. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
A STRANGE SHAMPOO. I was much interested to learn from this young woman with 'tho beautiful glossy hair that she never washes it with soap or artificial shampoo powders. Instead she makes her own shampoo ?>y dissolv ing a teaspoonful of atnllax gra nules in a cup of hot water. "I make my chemist get the staDax for mc," said she. "It comes .only, in $11). sealed packages, enough .to make up twenty-five or thirty indi vidual shampoos, and it smells so good I could almost eat it." Cer tainly this little lady's hair did look wonderful even if she has strange ideas of a shampoo. 1 am tempted to try the plan myself.
THE KILLING OF SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
THE KILLING OF SUriiKRLUOUS It is easy to remove superfluous hair temporarily, but to remove it permanently is quite another mat ter. Not many women know that for this purpose such a simple sub stanco as powdered pheminot may be used, applied directly to the hair. Tho recommended treatment is de signed not merely to instantly re move tho hair, but ulso to even tually kill the roots entirely. Al- j most any chemist -could supply an j ounce of phemiuol, which quantity I should be sufficient. » . A simple; way to quickly neutralise disagree-1 able body odours is to dust the: armpits occasionally with powdered (white) pergol.
Ladies' Column. SELECTIONS FROM THE WORLD'S SMARTEST BEAUTY ARTICLES SIMPLE RECIPES MOST EFFECTIVE. HOW TO DISCARD AN UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
Ladies' Column. SELECTIONS FROMTHE WORLD'S SMARTEST BEAUTY ARTICLES SIMPLE RECIPES MOST EF FECTIVE. HOW TO DISCARD AN UNSIGHT LY COMPLEXION. How many women exclaim as they behold their ugly complexion in the mirror, "It I could only tear off this old skin I" and, do you know, it is now possible to do that very thing- ? Not to actually remove tho entire skin nil of a sudden ; that would bo too heroic a method, nrnl painful, too, I imagine. Tho worn-out cuticle comes off in such tiny particles, and so gradually requiring about ten days to com plete tho transformation-it doesn't hurt a bit. T)ny by day tho beauti ful complexion undcrnenth comes forth. Marvellous ! No matter how muddy, rough, blotchj', or aged your complexion, you can sure ly discard it by this simple pro cess. Just got 9omo ordinary mercolised wax at your chemist's, apply nightly like cold cream, washing it off. in tho mornings.
Shaving Made Easy. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
Shaving Made Easy. No genius has yet arisen and in vented a machine to undress you and tuck you up in bed, but wo arc getting on ! The unhappy man wlio daily strug gles with, a hard beurd in the chilfy hour before breakfast may take cheer from tho thought that an electric razor has been invented by some benefactor. This mnchino is a safety razor, connected to . a motor by means of a flexible shaft. The blades are ac tuated in such a way as to cut tho beard by impact, or blows. This means that the razor does not need to be so sharp as in hawl*shavhig. Another advantage is that soap is not necessary, merely wetting the skin being quite sullicicnt. A fur ther boon "is^that it is very much quicker. yhe after-etfocts of this method are said to resemble those following a mild face massage. . A plug is pro vided for attaching the razor to any ordinary lnrap-sockot. It sometimes takes a year for the bite of a rat to heal up. 1038.
A Home-made Vise. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
A Home-made,Vise. While making a box I had some dovetailing to do, und as there was no viso ou tlie bonch l rigged up a substitute. 1 sccured a board §in. thick, tfin. wide and 20inJ long and bored a £-in. hole through it, lin. from each mid. The board was then'-.attached to the bench with two screws passing through washers and the two holes in the 'hoard into the bench top. The screws shojilri ho of a length suit able" to tako in the picce to bo worked. I
Municipal Eections. MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
2Auuioipal Sections. MALVERN. North Ward: William Roge»'* 1 homson. Central Ward: Louis W- - Hcl.::cs. ? ::r;" \'ard: Alex. M'Kmley; '.Kn»r Sydiio-' H. - Wfison-* ..viv; .)iuiic>. i. Lloyd, of-."Si Hiliirv,". Burlorond, Epst. Mai-. vern, will be a candidate iti thcr North Ward.. .. A well - attended meeting of . friends nnd .supporters of Cr. W. , . R. 1 homson was ncM lasl. night in. I the Malvern I own Hall, and n large: ! and influential committee was. . formed .to secure his re-election a» . pne of the representatives of the . - I North Ward. Mr. James D. [\vnns,.who is of fering . himself as a --candidate for. ? vr ! the Nprth .Ward, has a . large com i'mittcc ; working- to . secure his re-: i turn.. -;. Reports from; various parts- .,. : of.-1 he ward j»iw...'encouragin&lt;j. rc ..?suits.- ?....?;.; v '. ,'r '' \ Mr. .Sidney Lloyd, one of the can j.didales for the '"North Ward .j-vacancy,' has Held several successful public .meetings during the week,'" . and has rec...
Off the Target. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
Off the Target. Pat .' and Murphy, since both had : fallen in love With tho same wo iiiun, became Involved in a deadly .fend. Thero seemed to bo only one wnv ofi settling tho matter-a duel. Pistols .were agreed upon at twenty paces. . Hut when the stout Mur phy ^ saw his lean adversary facing hini,. he began immediately to raise objections. * i - "Bedad," he said^s.'JX'm twice as :big 5 ar-target i.asv.hOi iB, ^so.: 1 ought to stand twice ' as far /away from him as he is froin me." Pat's "second", ^treated this amaz ing proposition quite seriously, and for a long while. ,stood thought ful . and puzzled. Then: . - "Thore's no need for that/' he .snid. "Do aisy, now. I'll soon :put the matter right.", Taking a piece of chalk from his >pocket, he drow two lines down the stout Murphy s cont, leaving a .space between-.them. . . "Now," he remarked, ^turning. ;to Pat, . 1'blazo away,- ye spulpccn, and remember that any-hits outsido the chalk Mines, don't;.count IVy;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
Business Moticee, s5 Just a Minute! Have youjbeen to Tho Malvern Costume House lately? They have all New Materials, which (hey Make Up very reasonably . into Costumes. . A Lovtly^Assorctnenl of Ti p Cta's, . Exceedingly Dainty Blouses. 1 lie Baes and Utr.bitlias are the Lattst and Such Good Value. L-* : ? ESSL^iTliclUndcrclotlig Is still at Bargoiu Prlccs. NoTHjniUjADnitlSK Sss Er~T3 The Malvern Costume House, 6a':' 212-14 GLENFERBIE ROAD. '"'jfl*',.-'-''- - -. ;: Telephones-5^slvcrn. Estahmshhd 1885. 186.' &£ 571. ' ' JOHN MORAN & Co. Family Grocers, Wine, Spirit & Provision Merchants, 36, 38 & 44 High Street, Malvern. Crockery and Glassware. Tinware, Brushw»re and Grocers' Ironmongery. flower and Vegetable Seeds. Iiigh-class Goods at Moderate Prices. Where Everything is the Best. Families Waited on for Orders. Agent tor Penfold's 5outh Australian Wines, 'Former's Prize; Hams and Bacon, Schwcppes Aerated Waters. rha UrgMt Mid Bent Grocer's Shiip in M...
CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
I " ,Z: " ^"CAXJJi'FIELD,> V^-.j, :: North Ward : .:William j Eiske. 'y-:" :v' South- Ward: Edward C.-&lt; Murphy East Ward : Hugh Thomson. West Ward : P: St." John Hall. . I Returning Oflicers: North Ward, ; Cr.?, 1. E. tang-; .-.South} James Charles; East, A." 'E; Kitchcn; J West;-Wm. T. Tyner. . Cr. Wrn. Kislce,1 whose tenn of i oflice as one of the representatives of the North .Ward of the. City of I C.ntlfield expires by ? effluxion of j time, announces that he is again prepared to place his: services at ; the disposal of the ratepayers. Cr., Fiske_ is generally recognised as an active representative, and has occu pied the office of Mayor and clltur- . man of !be several committees.
Centre of Gravity Experiment. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
Centre of Gravity Ex periment. f This experiment consists of sus pending a pail of water from a, stick placed upon a table as shown in the accompanying sketch. In order to accomplish this experi ment, which seeins impossible, it is! necessary to place a stick,-. A, of suflicient length, between the end of. the stick on the table and the bottom of the pail. This makes , the centre of gravity soniowhcre near the ,middle of .the stick on the table, thus holding, the pail as shown. I
AT THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
AT THE THEATRE. Mr. VJ. M. Barrio tolls nn amusing #tpvy of how a innu in the front of the pit. of a, theatre avenged Himself upon a woman in lite last rtfw of the atulls whose hat etfectual .4jT prevented hini from seeing the ititee.' "If you w'on't take oil' your liat," to said finally, in a ChostciTiOkiian tchfi of politeness, "vriU.you bo so iMtil, my dear madam* as to fold . aof* your ears ?" Balloon soundings lmve shown EUP jrfaingly low temperatures in tlio up yeir air, 122 di'tfroes below zero bus 8Mb recorded at 48,544 feet; while it Vienna, Al. jVJnifuhr obtained n iSoprd oI 121 decrees below zero at Hy 31,8i2 feet. Midsummer seems Ceome in October and midwinter ir jfiirtl. This ie thought to have an in* i&Uat effect tX th* Mtfth»'9 «ttUx* W&tcd nnd (jtiblithed by .William" Henry nt 1R2 &lt;4Iinfmno "Roncl,1 MnJvern
PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
; l'RAHR.AN. Toorak Ward: 'Herbert A.-A. Embling. 1 * -;?/ ???>; South Vn.rra VVsirr!: fohn Rupert1. - G. Nicolson Prahran : VVvirtl: Sydney A. : ' Chambers. Windsor W.-ird: Wm M. M'll wrick. L At-a' meeting of the guests ol' the Mayor of Malvern and Airs. S.- H. Wilson,., held in the Town- Hall, Malvern, ft was decided' to recog- ? nise their hospitality. by: lendering them a return;ball on.zotli Augusts next; Mr. E.-A. Holroyd Perme zel. ,was appointed chairman, ' a&&lt;J Mr. -E. . j. Rack; vice-chairman, pf""" a commitlcc to carry out the ar rangements. The, town clerk of: Malvern was appointed: lion, trea surers. Mr. Knox Knight,;and'Mr. G. B. Cairns, joint hon. secretaries, and Messrs. Geo.' Hatch, \V. B. v House, J. H. Macoboy, Charles M'Lean and H. E. Morgan commit teemen. - y ? . It has , been found necessary ..to ? alter the date of the return bail - to be tendered to the Mayor of : l aul field (Cr. E. C. Murphy), from", August 20 to August 18,- '? . An e...
Yawning as an Exercise. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914
Yawning as an Exercise. ..Yawning is said to havo an ex-! ceedingly henlthful function besides having a salutary effcct in com plaints of tho phnrynx and tho eustachian tubos. According to in vest igations yawning is tho most natural form of respiratory exer cise, bringing into action nil tho form of respitatory IIXUKCICS of tho neck and chest. It is recommended thnt every per son should have n good yawn with the stretching of the limbs morning and evening for tho purpose of ven tilating the lun#s and tonifying tho respiratory muscles. An eminent authority asserts that this form of gymnnstics has a re markable effect in relieving throat "and ear troubles, and says that pa tients suffering fremi disorders of the throat havo derived great benefit , from it. He says he makes his pa tients yawn, by suggestion or imi tation, or by a series of deep breaths with tho lips partly close:!. Tho yau'ning is repented' six or seven times, and should be followed by swallowing. l\v this process tho...