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FEDERAL MEMORIALS [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
FEDERAL MEMORIALS *?The .'Federal h?istoric. memorials oommit tee has. imued.commissions for tile painting of the' following.: portraits:-Governors : General: Earl of Hopetoun. (Marquis of Linlithgow), by James Quinn; Lord NTorti: h :· cote, by G. S. Coates; Lord Tennyson, by . Tom Roberts; Lord Dudley, by John: Long?o' staff; Lord Denman, by M.ax Meldrum. Prime Ministers: Sir Edmund Bartojn,. by Norman Carter; .Mr. Deakin, by F M%'Crbbin; Sir George Reid, by G. Lam-.. bert; Mr. Fisher, by E. Phillips Fox. Pre sidents of -the Senate: Sir Richard Baker,: : by J. S. Watkins; Sir.Allerb Gould, by L. Wilkie. ,Speakers of the House of Re presentatives: Sir Frederick Holder, by: G. A. J. Webb; Mr. C. O. Salmon, by' A. Colquhoun. Sir Henry Parkes, President of the First Federal Convention, by: Julian Ashton; Mr. Kingston;, Presidenit- of the - Second Federal Convention, by A. Patter son, and Sir Samuel Griffith, b.v Max .Me! drum. It has also been decided to secure paintings of' Mr. J. C. ...
SOCIETY DIVORCE SUIT. TWO CO-RESPONDENTS NAMED. LONDON, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
* SOCIETY DIVORCE 8Ut.l TWO CO-RESPONDENTS NAME D. umr ' LONDON, 19th January.:": " i Rumors which have been in. circulation. to the effect that Eari Fitzwilliam would. figure as co-respondent in a divorce suiit found con.irmation in the Divorc Court. to-day, when counsel represeziting hliim. ': made a protest against statements on the subject which have appeared.in the press, and urged that the hearing: of the case should be expedited in the interests of..his . cIent. The judge, however, rcfused the application. , T'he case is one in which Mr. Alexander.... Brodrick Leslie Melville; a director of the:: .: Union of LondoD and: Smiths Bank,' is . suing for the dissolution of his imarriage, -:, on'the ground of his wife's alleged niscon- : duct. There is a second co-respondent, in"' Mr. T. Counga Platt, of Bristol.
TASMANIAN NOTES. HOBART, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
.TASfAI IANI NOTESI BY HELENA. HOBART, 16th January. The annual congress of the National Council of Women of Tasmania .is just over, having lasted from Tuesday morning this week until Friday morning, with Thursday an off day. The inter-State de legates present were:--New South Wales, Miss Sutherland, M.A., and Miss Mallar key; Victoria, Mrs. T. Baker, Mrs. Nott and Miss Michaelis; Queensland, Mrs. Gain ford, Mrs. Leslie Corrie and MIrs. Philp were other Queensland delegates appointed, but were unable to attend. Mrs. Corrie, bedause of her health, and Mrs. Philp be' cause she was. away firom. Hobart this week. Some of the papers read were ex cellent, namely, "The Cost of Living; What Can Women D)o to Check It?" by Miss Mallarkey; "Horticultureas s a Career for Women," by Miiss Higgins, Victoria; 'Women's Work in the Industrial World," by Miss Cuthbertsoni, Government Inspec tor of Factories, Victoria. These were thi inter-State papers, and there were of course several by Tasnmanians ...
A MOTOR-DRIVEN ROAD BUILDER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
*A MOTOR-DRIVEN ROAD BUILDER. A self-propelled road-building machine has been tried in Los Angeles with recsults that are said to be highly satisfactory : from the standpoints of elfficiency and econ omy. The engine which does all the work is a six-cylinder, distillate burning gas en glne, of 80 horse power, which operates a series of bucket .chains that dig the soil to any depth down to 18 inclhecs, and the tooth-ained buckets are so powerful that they will cut through a finished l)avement if it be desired to robuild old sti'eefs. The earth is picked up by these buckets, carried to a mixer in the body of the machine and thoroutzhly comnbined witlh any desired hinder, hot asphaltumn or crude oil, all in one olperation. A trailer contaiining the bhinder follows the macline, anidl it is neces- • sary to have a string of them in readiness as the device operates with great speed. The earth is dug uip, mixed, relaid and rolled at the rate of 50 square feet a minute for an eight-inch ldep...
SOCIAL CIRCLE SOCIETY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
oA CLE 8OGCETY LETTER. S Dear Nell, A great deal of energy is being directed - just now towards organising bazaars and sales. The Alfred Hospital bazaar to be held in Prahran is one of them. It was to have occupied thile unfortunate town hall, but it is hardly likely that that will be re built in time for it. There has been some talk of moving the town hall to I-igh-street, and there is a good deal to be said in favor of erecting new municipal buildings in the beautiful gardens there. The loss of tie town hall, as we have always known it, is a truly serious one. It was unquestionably the most beautiful hall in Australia simple, dignified and altogether satisfac tory. To return to the question of bazaars, bhowever, a mutua! friend who has recently been concerned with a good many money raising affairs in America, and has inci dentally studied what they are doing in England, has just been giving me .some valuable suggestions for stalls. "One of the most paying things," she remarks, "is...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
NATURALINt. * ' Y"l have grey hair, making you look oldl, ,vlhen iyou can have it re.torcd, naturally, quickly aid etfectively? It is splendid for b?erd and mroustaihe. Guaranteed to be perfectly lirmless, and does niot wash off. All colors. PRICE, 5/d, plstag~a Victoria, 6/3; other State,, 6/8. CONSULT E. H-OLLAND, Lir Specialist, 195 CQLLINS-S'P , MELBOURNB. SUPE~PFLUOUS HAIRS. llheir Cause and Cure explained in Madame E. Eugene's "New Toilet Booklet," speclally writtenl for Australasian anl Ncvw Zealand Women. Ths will be pcste, to any address on receipt of Id. starmp. Self-cure Remedy cures all cases. No failures. Posted anywhere, 5/8.. MADAMIE B. EUGrIEE, Hair- and Skin Specialist, 201 PUNT-ROAD, IRICHMOND, VICTORIA. (Late 184 Elizabeth-st., and 77 Swanston.st.). ?F?ECKIES are as much of a disfigure ment as are spots and pimples. Therefore, we say, keep the skin. cIear, pure and white by the aid of two master specialities -Valaze Beautifying Skin Food and No vena Sunproof and W...
CRICKET GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
CRICKET GOSSIP. BY SIIORT STOP. The fielding methods of the American baseballers might well be taken to heart by cricketers in general, more particularly in regard to the outfield catching and the throwing. The holding of the flies to the long field by the 'ballem was a miracle of certainty, and many catches. were taken with case which our cricketers would have no hope of getting to. The methods dif fer. The American sights the bail, and then runs head down to the right spot and gathers it in with the greatest ease, whereas a cricketer keeps his eye on the ball all the time, losing immeasurably by comparison. Again, the pick up and re turn of the baseballer is one action, the throw beinrg a snappy jerk of the wris... which carries the ball in a fast, flat, tra jectory straight to the desired spo'. Of course, the Americans have the adventi tious .tnd extremely useful aid of a special ly prepared glove. Th:e "mit" is of con siderable size, varying in shape from the catcher's glove to ...
LOVE'S COMING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
LOVE'S COMING. She had lookedl for his coming as warriors come, With the clash of arms and the bugle call; But he cramne instead with a stealthy tread, Which she did not hear at all. She had thought how his armor wrould blaze in the .un As he rode like a prince to claim his bride In the sweet dim light of the falling night She found him at her side. She had dreamed how the gaze of his strange, boIld eye Would wake her heart to a sudden glow; Sihe found in hr;s face- the familiar grace Of a friiud she used to know. She had dreamdl how his coming would stir her soul~ . As the ocean is stirred by ihe wild t ' strife; I-Ie brought her the balm of a heavenly calm, . And a place which crowned Ler life. -Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
CURED ol CHR@NIC RHIEUM A TISM BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF CLEMENTS Mr. FRED. DIAMOND, J.P., of No. 6 Rosedale Street, Petershamn, rwhose declaration is he: e published, is one of the oldest and best-known press agents of N.S.W. HIe suffercd from Rheumatism, and tried all manner of means toget back his health. All these fail-d until he tried this blood purifying med'cine. IHow long it took to rid his system of the poisons whicl. caused his agonising pain aud tor ment is best told in his own words: To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., :'" From May to tl. end of Octoter, ,1I2, 1 suffered agonies with acute MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. Ankles, knees, and shoulder joints were swollen and painful, with excruciaticg pains in my back. I was in a wretched and helpless. condition, could scarcely stand, I completely lost appetite and sleep at eight. I had the hest medical advice, Turkish and hot salt-water baths out of number, and was mas saged three times a week, but all to no purpose. I despaired of ever being wel...
FASHION NOTES, A PICTURESQUE SUGGESTION [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
FASKION, tOTES, A PICTURESQUE SUGGESTION Picturesque bridesmaids are the fashion ( his year, and the floppy hat shown here is quite the latest thing in this connection.. The tunic is of pleated net, while the yoke and sleeves are in shadow lace, and the skiit in cream charanreuse. Manr brides iow. choose cream for. their maids :in pre ference to a. color. .
SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
SITB-D1STRICT M?AI'CIIES.S. The two leading teams, Br!nlswictk and Geelong, each suffered dci fcat on Saturcday, andl.were deposed by Porit Melboucrne, who are now inc the top position, 'witl- 20 pointfs. Bruc.\vsiclk follow with 19, Gcc lonbg with 17, Elstern\vicr k wit 14, and Brighton with 13. Malvecrn, who hIave been perforning in dlillerently of ltch, scored a mericoriouus vie tory o\-cr BIc ccivickl by 312 rcns, and had to light all the way.' On tihe firnt Sat. urday lr'ccwick had ,corud 178, and Mal veri ljrit up 37 for the ,los. of tihre.e wickets. JDolamore tarried his 25 not out to 41, but sevein mnci wtre out for 120, and' ithe out look at)pl'-ared luce. Ihlcghies and'Pitts putI on 47 for lithe eighth wicket, the latter playing stcadily for 10. IHuhes and 1~ico passed B3runsiwvcek's score, and the finish! I caime. at 210. Hughlies played, the game, and his half century, unconquered, won the day. He batted for 105 minutes, and hit six 4's. In 90 miniutes Brunswick:hit up 1...
NEW ZEALANDERS AT ADELAIDE. A DRAWN GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
NEW ZEALANDERS ATADELAIDE. A -DRAWN GAlE... The match. be'tiveen t:he Ne?.Zealander.s and Southl Australia, commenced on tlhe Adelaide Oval on 16th inet., resulted in. a drai, the scores: being : NIEW ZE.1A'L'ND:D,--?hyA Ihnluing ....: . 862 Second Illings. . IHemus, e Orwforbi'd;, b Willsmore s.. -:. SomerFvill, c Smith,- b Criwford ):. ..' 0 , Snedden, lbw, b Maynie.. .... . . 52 , Teck\iell, c Campbell, b Ilowardl- .. '.- 21 ' liclnioth, b 11oward .. '.. . . .. . - ', Reese, not oul ;..... ..; , 30 Taylor, c Crawford, b Howard; : .".::43. SSan8dman, not out .; .;. :-.. . :12 . Su- dris. ....... .. .. ." : T'otal for six wickets......;., .. 287;. Innings dechlu'id closed: IBoinig.-Crnaiorl,. one wict i To'Fr 5 rufs; Howard, three for (6; .Willmore, - ond:for. 40; ,Mayge, one for 19; Rundill,; noie' for 43?, Sniith,. none for 1s; Pellcl, inone for 1;" 1Hill;, 1nre f~r S·C'UTrL AUSTI'.L'IA .-I ir:t. hnings " ". 183 . tecod Innings. Mayne, b Bennett ; .. .........,.- 19" : Smnith, ni...
BOY'S RANGER SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
BOY'S RANGER SUIT. The illustration above shows an admirable m6del for a small boy. While designed for blue serge it could be succe3sfully carried out in white flannel, tweed, cloth, or one of the strong washing materials, such as galatea, drill, linen, khaki cloth or colored pique.. A tested paper pattern is obtainable for this suit. The design represents No. 42 of "Everylady's Journal" patterns, and is cut. in. two sizes-for boys of 4 and G. Thia pattern is one of an oubfit of seven tested patterns--"Small .Boy" outfit, No. 5,. cu' by one of the moast ecperienced .'dress' marakeia in Australia. The complete out fit. sells at 2/6, hub the single pattern skhown abovexmay be bough6~ separately f?r 9d . Lea4ing drape-ra everywhere 8t9cl outfits or single patterns .
MELBOURNE V. NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
MELBOURNE V. NEW ZEALAND. 'ihe N e\ Zealand ericl cer1s who hlave toiiied Queen.land, New Shth \ales, :iVic toria and Souitl Australia returned to Mel bourne on the homeward ,trii;'.and.1 com mericed a two dlays' nmatch against the Mel bourne Cricket Olb 'and groiuhnd on Wed nesday.L The -weather was !beatit'ifully fine. an tflite cricket interestin. , 'the match cid ing in a .i, aiv. iThen elbourine felun in heldel d Frmank Laxerm (captain), Colin M Kenzit, th,( Fitzroy pennanantplayer, and ronmonoger, the ex-Queensland bowler, who is now one of the Mcelbourric club's ground stal. Stores :- VIC 1TOR1IA.-First Innings. C. TM'Ienri', b (Or!ton ..".. .... .;. 1 "F. Vugh'mu, b Bennett .. .. .-.. 17I . .Ionlllstoll c '' attersall, b heese .. 09' C. Willis, b Ieese ..0 .. .. .... 50 II. andlforl, b Siaedde . .m :. n .. 59 II. Lesin, . Itattcrsall, "1 Reee v... ... 13 F. ,L ver, c sub., b Re-?e ..e . '..: " - (3. llenty, b R eese .. ... .. ..-.. ,"-. , 40 L. Millett, I Stedlden . :.. ·.~ ...
LAwnTEnnis NEW SEASON'S PROGRAMME. FIXTURES FOR 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
'BY DEUCE. NEW ,SEAS.ON'S .PRO'GRAMME..: The dates. of Ihe.r open tournaments andti inter State matches to be held- dur;ng 1i914 have been fixed. The tournanmet- seasoil will be started .with the- eighteenth :autuni chaanpinothip .hreet: ing, to. be held under th. managment of the a!elbourne Cricket Club, a't the Albert ground, on 3rd March and three following days. The .inter-State match between Victoria and. Soiuth Au.tralia· iil bti played at Adelaide on 13th arid 11th March). The annual. tournament at ;race P:rk wil ccmmneice', in the second -weck in Mlardi, alnd will be coni?iued for the five fol lowving Saturdays. . The Bendigo. club bha receihed the sanction of the council .of the L.T.A.V . Vto hold a provincial chlimpiinshipl meetiig, commencing 10th A?pril; ail concurrently With. this fixture the Geelong club will hold its usual Easter tournament. T'he dates of the inter-State match between .Victoria anid Ne. South Wlaes at S dnery have been altered from EastLer Wcek to the...
INTER-STATE COLTS' MATCH. VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
INTER-STATE COLTS' MATCH. viCTORTA V' NEW SOUTH WALES. The sixth matel..bet\ween these teams was coimmenced on ."the ?ielbourne cricket around 'yesterday in.leautiful weather. The games hare been in existence for three sea sons, and already, have been productive of much beneit, in 'forming a" nursery for future init&r-State players. A "colt" must be under 9.3 years of age at the start of each season, but tlhe fact of pairtakinz in a Sheluield shield game 'is. no bar to beinn chosen. 'The New South Wallcs team had six dhanges from th(.tea iittl dt played in Syd ney at Christmas,: but the silde is a strona one, captainied by F. Buckle, of the G(lebe club. Young Taylor, the phenomenal New ington Collc:,e boy, who ..r' -.( run one, iih the Christinhs ga-e,n was unaiule to come aero?s, on accountb of his studcies. This year. .for ecoinomical reasois, the New South Walcs Cricket Associat'ion .de cidti to dispense w.tlth thed services of their coach, Alec. Bannerman, the old ,Aulst...
COLT'S CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
COLT'S- CHAMPIONSHIP. T'he Lawn Tennis AAeodiation ,of Victor:a, hal adpprled the draft con?ditions preparedl by the subl committee for th'e colt h' M~iglcs rlbnipionsllip of Pidtoria, to be played for by coimpetitors under the..ilge of? 25, at-.the aiutumin meeting Inex1t moith, :inid inter-Stnte meeting in November. An addtitional cl'u.ee:'v ~ls added, on the recommn:en dation of Norman Brolkes,: providing l~:4t no player who has won al openi singlecs champion ship shall be cligibl? to compete.
DAVIS CUP. RECORD ENTRY EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 24 January 1914
SDAVIS .CUP. '' 'RECORD E'TRY XPECTED: ' . The chief flixtdure of the a ear ll be do dd : ab'Lroa~ld, and the atte.tion t9f the "awho a?rid" will be foeudled on,.tle econtlcts for the Dai: Cup and title o L "ehampion iaioun.". e challenges must reach lth" FLtrary f the Nation- al Asdsciiai n'" of .Al'erica-thec prese~lt - Iolder. of the .eup--on or .before the fir-t Moidlay in March. It is expected tlit' a'.1 cord nunmber of nations will eminlle.,te-i .this year'.· 1attches. •Aus trlasi, Amncrica, "r iti' Jb les, Caniada, Franec,: Germany and Sou:th Afrt'a are already miar.h alling their forces, and Ijle-un, S\wledel and IndiaL are chrecavoring to get reprcesentativo -tetans togethir." ,A iieecting of the Aietrtlassain asociation w;il. be hteld in Sydney on .30rth Januar, xwhen- the naines of the pla 'sl picked to suppo Normnan tBrookes and Anthony V'ildng in the internatioonal campaign will be siabmitterd iy the selectors. 'ih three sEecctors-Normian BHrotokesi- E. O. An~ldef eon a...