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IN BORROWED PLUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

IN BORROWED PLUMES. The Amir of Afghanistan, smiltcu with Westernizing notions, insists upon the personages of his Court appearing in European' clothes. There are many amusing features about this craze for European dress. Use is made of cast-off uniforms that may be seen in Kabul is as amazing as it is amusing. The wur liku Afghan may be seen strutting about even in the stations ou the Indian border as proud as*"a pea cock in a uniform which bears on it the name of a well-known Lon don music-hall, while there are others in the uniforms of English and Continental railway-guards. Frequently it is only a coat that is worn, and a pair of brown baro legs complete the outfit. ..Vou ask my hand in marriage. Aren't you rather ambitious ?" "Yes, but I always did strive for big things." From that moment his case was hopeless.

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 6. CHAPTER X. A BLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

' (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) MESHES "oT:ATE. OR, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. -.-I By Hedloy Richards, Author of "Thf Mine Master's Heir," "Time, tbo Avenger," etc., etc. PART G. CHAPTER X. A BLOW. Pat had been to Now Wynthshay to seo Jessie, tho girl who waB for merly, parlour-maid at the Hall, and whose little eon had been deprived of his frock by tho bull ; but now Jes sie's heart was rejoiced by the sight! of one even prettier than the /rocto. that had come to grief, and Pat,' having admired the baby nnd pro nounced him a beauty, wbb now on her way home. She had not ventured throupb i tho fields, hut had gone along tho road through the village. It was black and grimy, and sho was not sorry when sho came to tho lano that led to tho field-path by which sho could reach tho path, forgetting that thiB black, grimy dust was an evidence of the groat wealth that lay within her father's land, and which would ono day bo hers.. As sho turnod up the lane sho heard quick footsteps behind her,...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Style With the Gloves. POINTS AND TRICKS OF RING CHAMPIONS COMPARED BY OUR EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

Style With the Gloves. POINTS AND TRICKS OF KING CHAMPIONS COMPARED BY OUU EXPERT. Stylo in boxing is the' finishing touch given by n particular man to a general principle in his own way. To give an instance, the principle of the straight lead-off at the head is the same the world over. Hut no two very good boxers do it in quite the same way. To take this simplu blow-the straight left at the head-there is very little room for much variety. Yet champions havo made this best of all blows effective in quite dif ferent ways. Jim Driscoll, to take a present day example, ha.s the quickest left I have over seen/ Ho does not just pop it into his opponent's face once and back a\Vay» ns a rulL'» with lightning swiftness, ho hits again and again-sometimes four times in succession. How different is the Frenchman, Georges Carpontier ! With hiin there is jiist as much . grnce of movement, tho same eagerness to follow up an advantage, but the style is totally different. Instead oi carrying his rig...

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Municipal Information. City of Malvern. EAST WARD. Sydney H. Wilson, Mayor, retires 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

Municipal Information. City of Malvern. EAST WARD. Sydney H. Wilson, Mayor, retires 1914. Frederick H. Francis do 1915 Ernest I. Thompson do 1916 CKNTRE WARD. Louis W. Holmes, J.P. do 1914 Thomas Carroll ... do 1915 Albert J. Weller, J.P. do 1916 NORTH WARD. William R. Thomson do 1914 Rupert de C. Wilks ... do 1915 Walter H. Lewis ..V retires 1916 SOUTH WARD. Alex. M'Kinley ... do 19T4 Dr. Hugh L. Murray do 1915 Samuel Devy do 1916 Town Clerk, Frederick Hughes. Rate Collector, E. Yeatman. - Council meets first and third Monday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

Business Notices. The Home of High-class Tailoring 18 AT 222 Qlenferri* Road, Malvern JAS. HENDERSON is a Ladles' and Gent's Tailor, with extensive English and . . Colonial Experience. . . He Quarantees Quality, Style and a Perfect Fit in Every Garment. He Specialises In Castumes and Frock Coats. HIS Prices are Most Reasonable. 1 " Glenroy Cycle and Motor forks " HAS OPENEti BUSINESS AT 160 Glenferrie fyad, fflfalverij. Bicycles Built to Order frem £6 lOs. Petrol and all Cycle Accessories Stocked. Go-Cart and Pram Repairing a Specialty. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOR REPAIRS. A Trial Respectfully Solicited. S. BARNHILL; Proprietor. Educational. Tbe Christian Brothers' College, EAST ST. KILDA. College is within seven minutes 01 High street trams Westbury Sreet off Daudenong Road. ^LASSES are in active preparation for approaching Commercial, ff»deral, and University Entrance -JCx*mination5. Commercial Training, Music, Drawing and Painting, Elocution, Dancing, and Gymnastic* are under i fce su...

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Case of Cruelty [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

Case of Cruelty -At Malvern Court, on Monday, before Messrs. M'Miilan, Hattam, Kiddle and Carroll, J's.P., Samuel A. Walker was charged with per mitting a horse to be used in a manner that involved cruelty. Mr.' S. Iiackhouse prosecuted' for "the S. P. C.A. Benjamin Wilmot, inspector for ttie_society, said that on 2nd July lie saw one' Stevens driving- a pair of horses in a lorry loaded with; over 1000 bricks. One of the horses had raw sores on both shoulders. ? The driver admitted that the shoulders had been bad for about a week, and said they were being treated every day. Jas. Stevens, in the employ of defendant, said he used the horse with Walker's knowledge. The sores were dressed every night. Defendant said the horse was subject to blind boil?, and he had .previously cured them while the animal was worked. A fine of £1 was imposed, with £2/2/- costs. James .Stevens, the driver, was let off with a fine of 10/-. The Prahran and Malvern Tram way Trust is inviting tenders, re turna...

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TAXI AND MOTOR CYCLE COLLIDE. £5 FINE IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

TAXI AND MOTOR CYCLE COLLIDE. £s FINE IMPOSED. On i2th July, a taxi driven by Wm. Henry Brown, in the employ of the City Motor Service Co.', ; Toorak, collided with a motor cycle' ridden by R. T. Godfrey, at tht in tersection of Balaclava and Ha-..' thorn-roads, and, as a sequel, | Brown was charged at Caulficld i Court, on Fiiday, with driving :i motor car m a manner that was dangerous to the public. Scrgt. Parkin conducted the prosecution', and Mr. H. Macguincss appeared-, for the defendant. i R. T. Godfrey said he was rid- ] ing a motor cycle along Hawthorn- ; road, about it.30. As he ap proached the intersection of Balii? clava-road he noticed a motor car, going east along Balaclava-road, at' between 20 and 30 miles an hour. Witness turned the corner to. go east, and the near hind wheel mud guard-struck the cycle.. Witness was thrown on to the mudguard, and was carried some 24 feet and was then dropped on to the road way. The car travelled, fully ; two chains before pulling up. ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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[?]RIGIH OF BOYCOTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

ORiuiH OF G0YG017IHC. It is a quarter of ft century' sinct 4he arrival of tlio : expedition that iwirchM t'.* Jjou^h -Musk House, the .residence of Cupiuiii Boycott, near Rnllinroho. He was tho -njjcnl ol Lord Erne, and had taken- out. eject 4nen1. process against the local ten' Ant ry. - The Land League, in pursuance ol ?& now method of .agitation, warned Captain BoycottV servants to leave. He was loft without a labourer, and Ais crops lay ungalluited. No Uack .mith would work /or him : no shop .keener would serve him : no laund Cess would wash 1:is shirt. On November lii, 1980, about ISO Infantry, with two pieces, and ICO ol .the constabulary, invaded the dis* .trict to escort a body of labourers, .who were to gather in the crops. They wers received with contemptous Andiftercnce instead of tho violence Expected. Thus, suddenly, the Land SLcaguo discovered a more effective weapon than agrarian outrages. The Covernmcnt had used 7,000 men to .Ijeep order in Maj'o, and every -...

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In Old Japan. THE CHARM OF KYOTO. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

In Old Japan. A THE CHARM OF KYOTO. No "city in Japan has moro charm than Kyoto, none is^ per haps so thoroughly worth while from tho point oi, view of tho tra veller. The Japanese have a say ing that you must never use the word magnificent till you have seen Nikko. Splendour indeed seems to mock at the hard reality of death on the terraced hillside planted with giant cryptomenas where the Shoguns sleep in such pomp. But Nikko, despite its per fect natural surroundings, is withal a tomb, Kyoto old in story, a place of living men. This ancient capital of the Mikados has, despite modern innovations, maintained that essentially Japa nese character which is' half obli terated in Tokio. True, the nar row streets are a network over head of telephone and telegraph wires and electric cables. . Poles almost bending under the weight of the cables they carry are curious and unattractive objects*\vhich have to bo accepted in every little " Ja panese town and village to-day. Ono of the first que...

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CAT RUNS THROUGH A FIRY FURNACE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

.CAT RUNS THROUGH A'FIRY FURli, ' ACE. : ' .lust us locul topics were geUmii acarce, along came a . black cat, at o/Dco favourite as a subject of dis-. eusslon.-ou .tlie streets, in the fnc torle.s; in iko homes and among tlu ..«cieiitists> of Marion. This particular cut r is: alleged tc . have passed through tho fiery>furnarr Jlke the children of Biblical furtio: The cat belonged to the oillco of;tlu Marion .Flint Glass Company. At night it wandered into the factor^ in search of a warm .place to sleep. It leaped on the end 'of the leb>\'r 11 s-' covered the heal it wus doubtles* searching for and e.utcred. 0. C. ilasCy and li. J. Foreman, employed as lelii1 tenders, saw the cat enter tlie lehr and attempted tc jpcscuetit, but il disappeared into tlu iuniaco. onJy to reappear at tin ,*>ther ami, a distance of si.\ty-/m ifect, almost instantly, with the most .of its hair burnt off, but very mucfc :elive, and it.continues to live. The iehr.' which ' it ' passed'through. J8...

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Useful Winter Wrap. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

Useful Winter Wrap. Our sketch shows a useful little garment that can. very easily be made, and that may be slipped on under a coat prior to going out, nnd that not only will protect tho shoulders, chest, and buck from the cold, but will also keep the neck and shoulders warm without usinj I a" scarf of any kind. It can boj carried out in quilted silk or. satin and cut out in two pieces of the shape shown in the diagram on tho right of the sketches, A representing the collar anil B tho remaining por- | tion-of the wrap. It is hound at; the edges with narrow ribbon and; fastens at tho back with hooks and eyes. The upper sketch shows a; front view of thin chest-protector and the lower illustration the back. This little garment will be found of . service not only to adults, but for children also. If rolled up tightly. it will not make a very large uencil.

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A WAITER'S FORTUNE. GOLDEN HARVEST OF THIRTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

A WAITER'S FOi'iTUHE. OOX.BGN HAHVIOKT ' OF TITinTY .. YTQAIIK.. After thirty years* continuous ser vice, Charles Miller, employed at \h» -Aster Rouse Hotel, New York. ami *no of the best-known waiters i.. -America, retires front active scrviiv with a fortune, oslinialed nt iiUO. .400, derived chiofly from tips .jut!i ztJcm.sly invested in model fiats.v Like other succor,sftil wni'.cv; {si*.;, * aihe "Tolegraph'M. Miller had a iv «cmrkaUte memory for face1-:, ami -Ciadc a special study of the taste o| 'fadivjdual customers. J!o prides him ,*felf of having cut more' sandwich*'* lian any living man outside the 4rtmks of professional sandwich-muk* «rs. His salary was £6 monthly, and 4tiost of the tips consisted of very vmall amounts. Since 187G he had 'worked 30 hours daily. The chief re jection lie has derived from a long <nd useful career is that the average <r.aii and wemtr? .-»r *.>'. \-*r ~;:-V ills long-lived customers always ate * ttfaringly.

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A REMARKABLE HELMET. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

A REMARKA3LH HELMET. A new headdress for use by fimnen 4»nd (livers lias been examined by the tFivndi Aeedemy ol Medicine. Willi ?it air tubes hip no longer neu'ssaiy.. ^Carbonic acid and other poisonous jpa.vs nxhaled arc ah.sorb.d I .. latcd polush, tli«- o.\\';,eii cn'MSnmed . "3>y the wearer biir.jj' st;ppla ;jOas!c of compressed air. Tin* eon tjiumptioii ant! a'^orpU-n of lb -..?.- t -ia ivguloted by an invention oi M. | ^iuglielininetti and Pr.i..».'.. ».!>.: ,.y i ?.that with their apparatus a man rnn j .-remain 10 honr.s nnrter v.iih-' .*oai: further supply of air. The J JPYi;..i:h ConimiN.-.k:on nf».*i. a i.«-~ j the bane of coal mines- hn>. approved j the new .helmet. I

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Confessions of a Coiner. SOME THRILLS IN THE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

.Confessions of a*Coiner. SOMU THIUI.LS IX TUB IIAME. Kvrry" coiner becomes a convict. Put that down ns nbsolute certain. I'vo just done my live years' penal. You're cvrtto be lagged. I he gnmo isn't worth tho candle, and I've done with it. The profits are enormous* but so are the risks. l'ortv pounds a week I rua'ic for two months. , Easy conn1, eas> go. And then five years inside the big gates I Never again. ' llow dlil 1 make my coins'! I'll tell you something-but not all about it. I don't want you to try the game on. You might have a j short or a long run, but as sure, as ni<?ht follows day, you'd find your- | self in the dock. 1 The first requisite is a coin of an old date, but not worn. I'vo given ten shillings-good ones-for a half crown that had been lying in a drawer for a dozen years. 1 gave a woman the same amount-in bail money-for a coin mounted ns a brooch. Coiners never make iww '?coins. - Tradesmen 'will look suspl .ciously at V genuine ' now five-shil li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

Mud Jltymma, for Indigestion; Biliousness and Acidity. InvaIuable fwT<!S atd

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FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

FEAR. A large majority of men and wo men, especially among the uneducat ed, know very littlo about apprehen sion in any form. Thoy feel it sel dom and forget it soon. Thoy do not even fenr death so long AS it comes to them in bed. We arc continually told nowadays that the place of the poor is out of the sun. Possibly this is true, but on this very account the darkest shadow's are not seen by them. For thinking men and women, however, apprehension does darken life-more than most of them caro to say. It begins early, often with the awakening of the memory, and they are never entirely free of it. The amount of fear which besets many of us out of all proportion to the amount of misfortune which wo have had to endure, or even to that which in our rational mo ments wo expect.

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Bird Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

Bird Hospital, s .. f--f -T There is in New York "the tiniest hospital in the world. All sorts of feathered, .patients- lie in the wicker baskets, filled . with soft whito cot ton and supported on tall wicker stands, that form the beds. The owner and director of.the hospital, a lady, knows how to take care of birds, and she acts as surgeon, nurse, and druggist all in one. There is an operating-rooom, with all kinds of small sterilised instru ments, fairy-like casts and splints, a- sun room where tho birds may flutter back and forth in a bower of green, and a tiny delicatessen store stocked with fat wriggly worms in small glass bottles, hun dreds of brilliantly-coloured dragon flies, and just the right kind of seed for each patient's diet. Kvcry one of the birds loves "Doc tor" Pope-the lady's name is Vir ginia Pope-and when she passes on her morning rounds rows of little feathered heads bob up over the sides of the baskets, and dozens of bird voices-some of them very faint and weak,...

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DIPPING THE FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

DIPPING THE FLAG. The salutation given when a vessel lowers or "dips" its (lag is one of the oldest and most honourable of all forms of marine greeting. This form of salute has always been demanded by English-speaking seamen, and it6 exaction has warmed up the hearts and used up the pow der of generations of naval comman ders. * In tbie old days, for a foreign ship, whether merchant <jr naval, to enter an English port without veiling top sails or dipping it6 national flag WCLS to run the risk ot war, although the profoundest peace existed. Without warning or argument, the shore defences of a man-of-war would send a round shot across the bows or between the masts of the foreign er, and if the offending flag did not instantly come down the insolent in truder wad brought to her senses by being raked through and through. Such was the reception accorded by Sir John Hawkins in the sixteenth century to the Spanish admiral who, in time of peace, sailed into Ports mouth Sound with...

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CHAPTER XI. STILL THE DEVIL'S OWN DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

CHAPTER XI. ' STILL THE DEVIL'S OWN DARLING. ' The sun was shining brightly 'the j next morning when Mr.. Hetherington passed out of th<? park gates on his way to see Dr. Fitzpatrick.. This time ho did not choose the. little door in the wall, feeling it was more prudent to give it a wide berth. | Before he had gono many yards he | heard the sound of wheels, and,look I ing round, he saw the doctor's dog cart, with the doctor ins it, coming towards him. I Mr. Hetherington paused, and when /the dogcart came alongside of him, ] the doctor pulled up. I "I was-coming to^sce you about a temporary hospital for the fever ' cases," said Mr. Hetherington. | "All right. I'll get out and wal'c .with you as far as my house." the j doctor.said, flinging the reins to his groom, and telling him to drive on ; then, as he joined the other man, he said : I "Have you heard that Mr. Carvill's sister-in-law, Mrs. Wedmore, has been assaulted and seriously injured, Mr. Hetherington ?" ' "Seriousl...

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IS POWDER NECESSARY? [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 31 July 1914

. ,IS:rOWl)EU NECESSARY ? T say emphatically, .No ! There is a simple lotion which can be easily ami cheaply macle- at home, and it is at tho samo time both elective and bcncficial to tho complexion. Clominite is a splendid substitute for face powder, wluch is. .nt:tho bot tom of my > complexion troubles. (Jet about an ounce from the chem-i ist's and dissolve in four . table spoonfuls of water. The result isa| fino clear liquid, ..which instantly gives tho face, neck, ' or arms that peach-liko bloom of pcrfect health. There is nothing to equal it for greasy skins, anci tho result lasts all day long under the most trying conditions. Try it for the next dance.

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