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CINDERELLA'S MONTHLY COMPETITIONS JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
?,NDM~EL1Lb?,'S MONTHLY COMIPETITION JANUARY, 1914., (Prizes of 5/ are offered for the best Mena gerie letters. Class A: Children over 12 years. Class B: Children underl12 years. This competi tion is only open to those children who IID.NOT wib prizes in any of the 1913 competitions. Some times the difference between the prize winners and those who get honorable mention is very slight, and I want to give some of the "almost!' prize winners a chance that I am sure none of .the successful ones will grudge them. The Meaa gerie letters in August were particularly good; that. is why I have chosen that subject again. Entries close on 31st January. Follow carefully the rules at the head of the column. CINDEREILLA.
AN EASTERN FABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
AN EASTERN FABLE. The Suniassi had no companion in his gloomy cave save -his faithful servant Bul wunt, w'ho was the sole witness of those pious nortifications and self-tortures which were the glory of India. and. which left the Suniaesi a .mere bundle of suffering nerves and bones, a living skeleton held to gether by the discolored and lacerated skin. Far and near, the people worshiped the Suniaasi, and the diseased and miserable flocked to him for healing. A saint holy as he had never been known in the land before, which waxed proud and happy to be is dwelling-place. But as the great Haman of Persia in the lHebrew Bible was humiliated 'because Mordecai alone refused to bow 'before 'himi, so the mind of the Suniassi was troubled on account of Bul wuit, Bulwunt w'ho stayed with him in h:R cave to guard. his lifeless body when his soul left it for those brief foretastes of the joys of Swerga which were granted it by the Gods as a reward for his devo tion. At times nature became too s...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
CORRESPONDENCE Poon Boon, New South Wales. Dear Cinderella- This is the: first time I have written to you. I would like very much to be, one of' your friends. I am' going to tell you something about myself. I am a black, pet lamb, and my name ti Jean. I once was given to a man who took me home; and was 'given to a little girl, who is my mis tress now. Every morning and night my .mis trees gives me a nice drink' of hot milk; and If it is hot I do not drink it. Their are several other pet lambs -which, are my. friends, but I _ flý...ý..ýIe,.coxiqne~ed,..ell._ -.:....._... am the only black pet- lamb. :You would' laugh to see me. and my friends playing out on the green grass of a sunny after-noon. Nellie is one of the pet lambs, she is bigger than myself, .and has a lovely fleece of, white wool, and. Ihave .a -nice fleece of black- wool. In ,thel summer-tine I always camp out under the ehade of the grim trees. Well Oil?erella as my little hoof is get tine tired I will close from your l...
THE JOURNAL OF AURA LOVEL. [COPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
THE JOURN.rL:- OF AURA LOVEL. BY BARRY PAIN. rCOPYRIGHT.] CHAPTER I. Yesterday I got a feeling I never had before-a feeling of complete satisfaction not wanting anything to be diffeent. It was not enjoyment, for most days I think I enjoy myself. It was something more quiet. and subtle. It was a kind of glow of contentment all over me. There was no reason for it that I could find out, and it lasted from somewhere about the middle of luncheon until I fell asleep at night. It was simply heavenly. 1 , In the morning I was not quite happy. EAfLY INTELLIGENCE. Nita *and Ambrose came over at twelve, and I hardly saw Nita at all, because I was having a lesson. It is a most extraordinary thing that one's sister should be married and go away with a man, and look very different when she comes back. She was quite affectionate, but something seemed to have come between us. Uncle Edward had a man sitting to -him all the morning and brought him in to luncheon. He is really an ugly man, but I think...
SNOW STORMS IN EUROPE. MANY DEATHS FROM COLD. PARIS, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
SNOW STORMS IN EUROPE. MANY DEATHS FRiOM COLD. PARIS, 31st December. Terrible weather prevails in Europe, arid the worst floods known for years are being experieched on the Pomeranian coast.' The sea broke over the qiiays at Kiel, flooding the streets about the harbor. The ther mometer in some districts of the Renees Orientales is below zero Fahrenheit; and snow storms have isolated many hamlets. M. Pelzynnski, a well-known futurist, was frozen to death in a Paris studio. Having failed to. sell some pictures he sold his 'blankets in order to procure food, and.then succumbed to the bitter cold. Numerous other deaths from the intense cold in France are reported.
REMBRANDT MEMENTOES. PRESENTED TO NATIONAL GALLERY. LONDON, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
REMBRANDT MEMENTOES, PPRESENTED TO NATIONAL GALLERY. LONDON, 11st December. It was reported a few days ago that Mr. Frank Sabin, of London, had purchased from a' Dutch family Rembrandt's ivory palette knife and tortoise shell mall stick. A scroll which accompanies them bears the autograph signature of every owner of the articles since Rembrandt's death. A lover of art, who desires to remain anonymous, has now purchased the Rem brandt mementoes and presented them to the National Gallery.
OPEN AIR SCHOOL BERLIN CITIZEN'S SCHEME. BERLIN, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
OPEN AIR SCHOOL BERLIN CITIZEN'S SCHlEME. BERLIN, 31st December. An interesting project has been made possible by the munificence of a citizen of Beilin, who desires to remain anonymous. He has given the municipality the sum of £25O0,000 for the purpose -o establishing a school at which boys will enjoy perfect health. A school will be built in a forest near the city, and the chief subjects taught will be modern languages and the natural sciences. The whole day will be spent in the open, and the boys will be given good, simple food. No alcohol or tobacco will be allowed. Much time will be spent by the boys in walking excursions with tiaeir teachers in various parts of the empire.
CARDINAL RAMPOLLA. SEVERAL PERSONS CHARGED WITH THEFT. ROME, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
CARDINAL RAMPOLLA. SEVERAL PERSONS CHARGED WITH THEFT. ROME, 1st January. The police, who a few days ago were per mitted by the Vatican to investigate the mnystery surrounding the disappearance of the late Cardinal Rampolla's will, have commenced proceedings against certain per sons, whose names have not been disclosed, on the charge of having stolen the will. It is stated that the late cardinal's valet stole a packet and a number of confidential documents regarding the Vatican propa ganda with the object of Preventing tne renewal of the Triple Alliance. The packet was recovered as the result of a tempting reward being offered.
THE MEXICAN TROUBLE. BOMBARDMENT OF OJINAGA. MEXICO CITY, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
THE MEXICAN TROUBLE BOIMBARDMENT OF OJINAGA. MEXICO CITY, 1st January. The Federal. troops, who were routed by the rebel forces in the neighborhood of Ojinaga, in Norbhern Mexico, have been able to entrenchr themselves in. the city, and are keeping the rebels at bay, despite the fact that they have 'sustained heavy losses. General Ortega, the leader of the rebels, has secured artillery, and is now attempting to destroy the city's buildings, in which many Federal sharpshooters are hidden. PLOT AGAINST HUERTA FRUS TRATED. MEXICO CITY, 31st December. An alleged plot against the life of Gene ral Huerta has been frustrated by the ar rest of two Mexicans in a house in the suburb. of- Campofloro. Details of the plot are not yet forthcoming.
THE BALKAN PROBLEM. HUGE PRICE PAID. LONDON, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
THE BALKAN PROBLEM. HUGE PRICE PAID. LONDON, 30th December. The Turkish Government has paid to Sir W. G.'Amrzstrong, Whitworth and Co. the sum of '£1,200,000 as the first instalment of the purchase money for the battleship Rio de Janeiro, 27,500 tons, fourteen 12 inch guns. The remaining sum of £2,340,000 will be paid in the course of a few months. The passession of the Rio de Janeiro, which was built to the order of the Brazilian Government, will assure Turkey's naval supremacy over Greece. Turkey hag also purchased ammunition to the value of £250,000 from Sir W. G. Armitrong, Whitworth and Co.
MINERS' PRESIDENT WOUNDED. NEW YORK, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
MINERS' PRESiDZINT nWOUNDED. NEW YORK, 30th December.. At Calumet, in Michigan, yesterday, the evidence given at the inquest on the vic tims of the disaster at hi Christmas celebra tion, when 80 persons were crushed to death, tended to show that a man wearing a badge indicating membership of the Citizens' Alliance, which endeavored to suppress the recent strike, shouted the fatal word "Fire,' causing the tragic panic. Other witnesses, however, were positive that no such badge was worn by the man. Mr. Moyers, prceident of the Western Federation of Miners, who was forcibly, deported from Calumet by the citizens, yesterday underwent an operation, a bul let being extracted from hil back. He declared that he was. both shot and clubbed when he refused the citizens' sub. scriptions to the relief fund in connecction with the disaster. NEW YORK, 1st January. At Calumet, in Michigan, yesterday the, inquest on the victims of the disaster at a Christmas celebration, when eighty per sons were cr...
EVACUATION OF SOUTHERN ALBANIA. LONDON, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
EVACUATION OF SOUITHERN ALBANIA. LONDON, 1st January. The "Daily Telegraph" states that the Triple Alliance, in reply to Great-Britain s proposal that Greece should retain the occupied islands in the 1Egean Sea, except Imbros and Tenedos, and that Italy should restore to Turkey the islands which have been seized, has agreed to extend the date of Greece's 'evacuation of Southern Albania to 18th January. No reply, however, has been received "coiicerning Greece's..position in the AEgcans, and hence the Triple Entente will not insist upon Greece's evacu ation of Albania.: SLAUGOHTER OF ALBANIANS. PARIS, 31st December. 1Mr. William Willrid Howard, of New York, who has been 'prominent in relief work among the Armenians, after making a 400 mile trip through Albania, reports that the Servian troops during the past ten weeks have destroyed 100 villages, and that 4000 men, women and children 'have been killed or incinerated. In addition, he states, 100,000 are homeless, and of these 30,000 ar...
ANOTHER UPHEAVAL PREDICTED. TURKEY AND GREECE. LONDON, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
ANOTHER UPHIEAVAL PREDICTEI?D. TURKEY AND GREECE. LONDON, 31st December. Public interest in the Balkans question has been aroused by the reported purchase by Turkey of the battleship Rio de Janeiro for a sum of £3,540,000, and a quantity of ammunition at a cost of £250,000. Only the first instalment of the.money has been paid to the builders of the war ship, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. The Paris "Temps," in commenting on the report, appeals to Mr. Lloyd-George and M. Caillaux to avert the danger of a fresh Balkan war by preventing Turkey, from using the money markets to pur chase battleships. The "Temps" declares that Turkey does not conceal her intention of declaring war on Greece in April in order to regain the islands of Mitylcne and Ohios. Other journals comment on the fact' that the Government has refused to sanction the public issue of Balkan loans, but the first instahlmnent of the purchase money of the Rio de Janiero has been paid by a loan privately issued in Par...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914
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