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Skating on Salt. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
Skating on Salt. Nature has been conquered once more. Men can skate, not on ico, but on salt. A salt skating rink, constructed by the patented process of Dr. TiJdward Arnold, was re cently exhibited and operated in Berlin. All skaters will welcome the in vention of a method of producing, by purely chemical means and with out the employment of a costly refrigerating process, a saline cry stalline mass which exhibits all the characteristic properties of ice. The surface of the mass can.scarcely be distinguished from a. surface of na tural or artificial ice, and the re semblance is increased by the fact that the shavings produced by the skates have all'the appcararice of snow. The mass is entirely odour less and contains no ingredient in jurious to the health or the cloth ing of the skaters. It can be uti lised for skating, with ordinary ice skates, in every season and cli mate, except when the temperaturo is higher than 86dcg. Fahr. The mass can bo applied to any tight floor of wood, ...
Malvern City Council [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
Malvern City Counoil Malvetn Council met on Monday last. There were pressnt-Crs S. H. Wilson (M«vr), Thompson, Devy. Thomson, M'Kinley, Lewis, Wilks, Holmes, Francis and Carroll. i'he City of H iwt horn wrote stating the councils of Hawthorn, Camberwell Malvern and Kew have approved of ihe draft agreement for the establish ment of aj jint refuse destructor, and c pies of the agreement will be for warded, for cxecu ion. It was also suggested that Malvetn, unless desirous of having a further meeting of the conference convened, appoint :i member.to act as its representative 011 the committee of management for the destructor! ;; Cr R. Wilks was appointed. .The City . of Richmond wrote, relative to outbreak of diphtheria in. the metropolitan area, asking the council to appoint two representatives to attend a conference with a view to united action by metropolitan munici palities. Crs Wilks and Devy were appointed. . The chairman of Public Works committee reported as follow: It is; not co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
YEARS ^ " A Suttqrer Ir'ora tbeatness, Noises |n the Head. &c. ADVERTISER Cured himseif and many others. Send for Booklet (potted free), or on application to T. C. MILLSOM, Ear Specialist, 184 ALBERT STREET, WINDSOR DEAF CURE. o sr Ha i A L/i v"i ** ' Abscesses and Running in Ear. NOTE-No lOperationa or Medical Contrivances Write or Call. [Consultations Free. Home Treatment. . T. C. MILLSOM, Ear Specialist, 184 ALBERT STREET, WINDSOR Business Notices. The Home of High-class Tailoring is Ar 222 Glenferri'e Road, Malvern JAS. HENDERSON Is a Ladies' and Gent's Tailor, with extensive English and . . Colonial Experience. , He Guarantees Quaifty, Style and a Perfect Fit in Every Garment. He Specialises in Costumes and Frock Coats. His Prices are Most Reasonable. Cycle and Motor forks HAS OPENED BUSINESS AT 160 Glenferrie Road, Sfalvern. Bicycles Built 10 Order from 10s« Petrol and all Cycle Accessories Stocked. Go-Cart and Pram Repairing a Specialty. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOR REPAIRS...
Prahran-Malvern Tramway EXCESSIVE SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
Prahran-Malvern Tramw&y! EXCESSIVE SPEED. At Monday nighi's meeting nf ilie'! Malvern council, Cr W. . H. l.en la ., drew attention to the excessive sved 1 of the electric tram cars along G en- , ferrie-road, between Malvern a-:.1. Tdorak-roads. It wasnn exaggerate . to state that, 30 to 40 miles an'ltcu was a moderate speed for t lie . tiaur cars Such . a speed was , highly, dangerous^ to the public. and snoii'd ] be discontinued. He un.ved:- .... I 'I'hat the attention of the Prahr.ui , and Malvern Tram wav I'rust b:. drawn to the excessive spe^il i.f . the train cars between Mulv n; i and Toorak-roads, anil 111.'L j .. drivers be 'insliucted not to exceed 20 miles an hour. ? I Cr Carroll seconded the resolution,, j which was carried. 1
Patriotic War Fund [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
Patriotic 'War Fund .-'.M.ilvein council on Monday night on, the proposition of Cr S. H. Wilaon (mayor), unanimously voted '^500 towards the Lord Mayor's Patriotic Fund. . The mayor added that , in addition,to ..the' sum voted tliei council would: be,prepared to repeat tlft vote if it should be found necessary^ . The Malvbni 'Ho!na;VVorker's Glnb has generously decidedirto forego: its entertainment, and:ihave handed the arrangements for same over for the benefit of the War Patriotic Fund. The entertainment-^Chaucer Pageant Tableaux, Music and: Play-has been fixed for Friday, 25th September, in the local Tdwn Hallj and will be under the conliol ot .the following committee:-Mcsdames Talbot Brett, ..David Brown,' Jack Campbell, Henry Cave, Andrew Gillespie, Chailes Hasnn, Kupert Wilks, Misses M. vialirod, q. II. Macpherson, N. Shackell, Ji Turner, with Misses Estelle Bret and Corrie Fulfcrd as hon; stcretai ies. At Monday's meeting of the Mal vern Council, the Mayor (Cr. S. H. Wilson) ...
THE GLORIOUS GUMS OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
THE GLORIOUS GUMS OF ! AUSTRALIA. ?r There are people who see no beauty in the gum tree,' by which term I they generally know all varieties of tho eucalyptus; but to thosp who trouble to look twice there is I nn attraction about its shapely trunk anil limbs, and feathery fol-1 mge which entitles it to considera tion on this account, as well as, for i£s many practical uses. Tho artistic possibilities of tho eucalyp . tus afo well exemplified in Mr. W. Lister Lister's famous picture in the Sydney Art Gallery. "The Golden Splendour of the Bush/' The two most widely distributed, and' consequently best-knowfr, genu ses of trees in, Australia are the acacias, or '.'wattles," and the euca lypti, or "gum trees." Of the latter there is a tremendous number of species, and ono of their greatest champions to-day is Mr. J. II.1 Maiden, Director of the Botanic Gardens and Government Botanist i for New S^oiith Wales, He is fre-! fluently to be found urging their claims for use, either ns an orna m...
PUREE OF ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
PUREE OP ONIONS. Take two cupfuls of boiled onions, rubbed through a sieve-; add half a . cupful of rich, sweet crcam and the beaten yolks of two eggs. Season with salt and pepper to taste; Serve quickly on hot buttered toast. j TREACLE CHEESECAKES. 1 Lino some patty pans or a tartlet tin with good pie-crUBt, and fill cither with the following mixture. Into a totjleapoonful of flour stir four tableapoonfuls of treacle, and, when quite smooth, add half a tea spoonful of powdered ginger. Lay twists of paste crosswise over the ton, and bake in a moderate oven.
WANDERING CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
I : WANDERING CHURCH. During the floods in Ohio and tbe neighbouring States of the Middle West a wooden church, which had been washed from its foundations, was deposited on an island in- tha Ohio River. There was nothing to show where the church had come from or the de nomination of the people who had worshipped in it. It had a belfry with a bell weighing about half a ton, and during its curious unpiloted voyage the structure bad suSered lit tle damage. The Inhabitants of the township in which it landed had had their own church destroyed by the waters. They gladly accepted the gift of the river, hastened to dig a foundation on a desirable site, and moved' the church to it. If the original congre gation learns of its whereabouts and attempts to claim the church some curious legal entanglements may arise. In the meantime, the church is do ing proper duty In housing a congre .. Ration every Sunday, although per haps, the congregation might be con sidered somewhat heretical by the forme...
VALUE OF THE SCALE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
VALUE OF THE SCALE. Farmers are extremely lax in keep ing any kind of accounts. -It might he thought that self-interest would dictate that they should know fex actly the profits they make each year. Yet to ascertain this it . is es sential that there he a taking oi stock once a year ; and we will guarantee that there is hardly onf farmer out of any -hundred who does this. Dairy farmers are equally lax, in not knowing what their cows, do in the way of milk or butter produc tion, in not knowing the cost of fedd, or how much each cow con sumes per day. It seems a very difficult matter to g.et dairymen to appreciate the fact that dairying is a manufacturing business ; and that to make money at it, it iB first necessary to know exactly what each item costs, thus practicing economies where needed. Until the cost of production is known, it is impossible to curtail or lop off the unprofitable items. It is very evident that one of the first things that . must be done is to weigh the milk of ...
THE FARM AND DAIRY. GRAZING LUCERNE. THE DANGER OF BLOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
THE FARM AND DAIRY. .* GRAZING LUCERNE. THE DANGER OF BLOAT. In view of the increased use ot I this splendid fodder plant, the opin ion or Mr. Alexander, the manager I of a large estate near Invercll, in I New South Wales (where 15 silos are i in use), on the danger ol cattle graz ing on lucerne, is worth noting. He holds that tht feeding off of lu cerne by stock is always attended with a certain -amount of risk of lose by tympanitis or bloat. In fact, dur ing certain period? of tht plant's growth Its action on the cow Is so active and virulent af» to resemble prussic acid poisoning of cattle fed' on immature sorghum. A remarkable thing about it is the fact that this extreme effect is pro*, duced for perhaps only two or three days in the plant's growth, which explains- why cattle gsazing in one ' paddock may suffer badly from blont while those in the next may be im ' mUne, although the lifterne appears to be in exactly the same stage of growth in both. The manager be : licvcs that t...
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 9. CHAPTER XVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) MESHTSOVFATE. 0 R, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. By Hedley Richards, Author of "Thf Mine Master's Holr," "Time, tho Avenger," etc., etc. PART 9. CHAPTER XVI.-(Continued.) Mcanwhllo Dr. FitzpatrlcH had tvalked rapidly through tho park, thinking what a hash he had made of matters. Ho had lost Meg through his own carelessness and undue haste to seize tho riches that dazaled him, and ho swore at himself. But was it too late ? He could still make terms with Hothorington. It would bo useless to ask him to ac knowledge his marriage with Meg's mother, but he could compel him to give him half tho diamonds and the dowry that Pat was to have had. Tho world need never know tho truth and for his silence Josh Hothorington* would give half of -what ho was worth. They could say Pat bad changed her mind at the. eleventh hour. He knew she would be glad to be rid of him. Yes, he would go to Mount House and see Meg at once. It was little more than five o'clock! Hor uncle and co...
COST OF BAD TEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
COST OF BAD TEMPER. "By getting into a rage the work of the heart may be increased from 152 to' 224 foot-pounds per minute. Keep your temper is, therefore, good .advice." This was one at the re marks made by 5fr." J. Strickland Goodnll in his lecture on "Heart Strain and its Prevention,"* at the Institute of Hygiene recently. lie /urther remarked that if you go to bed at ten o'clock instead of 12 you will save* your heart in . tho course of a year 87f>,000 foot pounds of work, -while an hour's rest on Sunday afternoon will save the heart 02,400 foct«pounds of work per annum. Wife : "Why, husband, I thought you had more senso than to buy a cornet. You know the fellow next door worries us nearly to death with his." Husband :,"Cahn yourself, ^my dear. That's the one I bought."
CHAPTER XVIII. AN UNWILLING WITNESS, WHOSE WORDS WERE OF GRAVE IMPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
CHAPTER XVIII. I AN UNWILLING WITNESS, WHOSE j WORDS WERE OF GRAVE IMPORT. Scarcely twenty minutes elapsed be fore the groom came to tell Mr. Hetherington that the inspector and a constable wore exaraing the body, and he* then left the house and pro: ceeded at a rapid pace to join them. "This is a sad affair, inspector," he said. "Yes, sir, . I'm afraid there's been foul play. I'll have the body remov ed to the house. All, here comcs the doctor. I sent my man to the vicar age for him," he replied, as the doc tor, who was to have had charge of Fitzpatrick's practice during his ab sence, came towards them. "Then I must hasten home. I do not wish Mrs. Hetherington or my daughter to hear of this from any one else ;" andy Mr. Hetlierington went towards the gate, pausing on the way to speak to Dr. Blake, who feeemed very much upset. i "It's an awful affair," he said. "Shocking ; but I have to break the news to my daughter," he replied scarcely pausing to exchange these few words. , On arr...
What M's.P. Earn. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
What M's.P. Earn. Italy and Spain arc iho only European countries which offer no monetary reward to their' members of Parliament. The Portuguese legislators are hot remunerated by the State, but they have a free pass for travelling on »11 railways in the country, and their consti tuencies arc permitted to pay a sum equivalent to 15s. for each day's sitting. Denmark is another country which believes that its political gentle men are ready to work for al most nothing. Members of Parlia ment there only. receive 6s. per day, but they have the peculiar pri vilege of a free seat in the Royal Theatre of Copenhagen. The Norweigan honourable mem ber is thankful for a daily in come of 12s., though he must do his duty properly to get it. He loses a day's pay when he takes n day off. .Members of the Swiss Diet, work under the same threat. If they aro absent they loso salary which amounts in their caso to 16s. per day. Roumania pays her law makers a sovereign per day, and Bulgaria of fers 16s. I...
CHAPTER XVII. THE WORK OF A MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
CHAPTER XVII. THE WORK OF A MOMENT. "I'll have my revenge." The speaker .was Thorese Morris. She waB seated in her bed room, looking put of the window into the garden. Her grandmother supposed she.was in bed. She bad complaincd of headachc and gone to her room about, nine o'clock, begging that she might not be disturbed, and now she was gazing into the gathering dark ness. It had been a dull, heavy day, and towards evening ' the clouds had gathered black and threatening, and now at a quarter to ten it was more like midnight. ' "A pretty bridal eve,"' the girl muttered. Then rising, she wrapped herself in a long dark cloak, and | putting on a snug toque she went towards a drawer, out of which sho took a dag-ger of foreign workman ship, and hiding it under her cloak, she unlocked her door, and stepping on to the landing, she listened. But there was no sign of either her grandmother or tho servants, so re moving tho Key, she locked tho door outside, then stole softly down the stairs, p...
READY WITTED ACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
READY-WITTED ACTORS. Anyone who h*o hnd to do with Mm stn/;o* knows that it if» " very rdillicult thitter to disconcert mi old ?r.tor. When, for instance, in an iwcr to Lord Dundreary's famous question t&lt;» his sweetheart. ""Can fou vug your left car tlw lady an ono occasion said "Yes," in stead of "No," at the saim* time giving: practical drmonsl ration of Uiat accomplishment, the imperso nator of the titled idiot, after one instant of blank amazement, quite turned the tables on the fair joker by quietly remarking : "Ya-ns, thought you could-you looked liko that sort of girl, you know." A similar story is told of Numa, * French actor. In the course of a picco ho had to bo very gay, and Ao dance, as ho cried out: "Oh,' If I had a pair of casta* caets .... His companion, wishing to di9con -~&lt;ert him, had provided a pair, * which he drew from his pocket, say* «g : "Here nre what you want." ' But Numa was not so easily -caught. "AD right," sold ho ; "as you have th...
Ladies' Column. SOME GOOD RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
Ladies' Column. ?*-: SOME GOOD RECIPES. Tf, when making boiled starch, a piece of soap is left in, it will bo found during; tho ironing process that not only will the iron slip along easily, but a beautiful glossy effect will be produced. Tho most difficult of all stains to take out are those made by cof fec. With care, however, the stnliV can bo removed from tho most delicate silk or woollon fabrics. Rub tho mark gently with a little pure glycerine, then rinso it in lukewarm water, lay a cloth over tho damp part on tho wrong side, and press with a cool iron until dry. Do not wet more of tho ma terial than is absolutely necessary. To ascertain whether a room is damp or not, placo a weighed quantity of fresh 2imo 'in an open vessel in tho room and loavo it thero for twenty-four hours, care fully closing tho windows and doors. Atjtho end of tho twenty four hours re-weigh, tho lime, and if tho incrcaso exceeds one per cent, of tho original weight it is not safe to livo in tho room. To ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 21 August 1914
I'luieBBlUlllVl MR. JOSEPH L'F.STRANGE, BARRISTER ft KOMUITOK, CONVEYANCER, Ao., "Lfc.COEUK." . or UNIOK ST.Rfc.KT, MALVERN. Teleph'vie 819Hawthorn. (Ubo daytime only! Private No. 1297 Malvern. All Local Courts Aflunueri. 1>bbt WOKE * Specialiti. Commissions of the Hijjii. Court of Australia anil Supt 01110 Court of Victoria for taking ^ Influenzal Influenzal Infleunzal Influenza JL( not treated '.&lt; «r.rl,T is likely to leave Mriout. J&i&Wf). tumble Vtfthin" ftv §v>*.' Whan the Injf*y'/''' /lult uet Koovo'a . AI influ1.11/a tfixturo, and -lake itiu do«es "j>reBcriood, and -%he attack will mo9n be cured. JPrico, a/6 p«r 0mtth: Prepared >y Rsxra, Oh« .* aad Deitlat, ' tftleaforrio Bom, Mdvera. Telephone 943 Malvern, i. Jf (Bart) WFRR Family Sutober, Dacdexiong Road, Malvern. Families waited on for Orders. Only Prime Meat Kept. Tour Patronage and Recommendation Solicited. Malvern Road Butcher . (10 yeare with B. 8. Quuos) Desires to intimate to th...