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Can We Suspend Life at Will. RUSSIAN SCIENTIST'S REMARKABLE CLAIM THAT HE HAS DISCOVERED A SUBSTANCE WHICH WILL ENABLE ANIMALS, INCLUDING MAN TO HIBERNATE LIKE BEARS FOR INDEFINITE PERIODS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

Can We Suspend Life at Will. ?- + RUSSIAN SCIENTIST'S ltEMAllK - A1JLE CLAIM THAT IIG IIAS DISCOVERED A SUBSTANCE WHICH WILL ENABLE ANI MALS, INCLUDING MAN TO HIBERNATE LIKE HEARS FOR INDEFINITE l'EIUODS. .Soino astonishment ivas recently : expressed nt the announcement that l'rofessor V. lluliiuetioll, of the Uui versity of Moscow, liussia, had in vented a compound which w'ould iprodui-b suspended animation in men nnd animals. Professor IJahmetieJT's colluboin : tor in this discovery, Professor Maxim lictissner, has rtmde tho fol 1 lowing detailed explanation of their discovery. Ordinary sleep means a restoration of our energies, and suspended mii - maliim will produce the same etleet in ? a higher degree. i ? Tile manner in which wo came to, mako our discovery was very inter esting. ' While i>l>serving the feeding j liabils of tho bears in Siberia, I ? was told f by a Siberian" hunter Unit there was a colony of JJu-1 rials, or Siberian ? wild natives, in ?'the northern part ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

indent £xtraet of Jvtcclt. A delicious building-up Food for Old and Young. Soldi". SSl"1*

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

CHAPTER' XIII. It is now time for us, whether it suits our inclination or not, to/ re move ourselves from the perfumed at mosphero breathod by Mildred Moore and her two adorers, and return 'to those who are certainly more worthy .of our regard, and who Iiavo been neglected through no fault of their own. I mean the Carpenters. On the second floor of Mr. Carpen ter's splendid mansion there was a large, well-lighted room, intended for, and formerly used as a nursery. It was now doing duty as a school room, after the manner wo shall sec. In this room, bright and comfor table, sat one day Schoolmaster Cummings, formerly attendant at Chambers-street Hospital, and his class of one-tho Unknown. Both were well dressed, both intel ligent-looking. Cummings was alert, watchful, and there was an unceas ing activity about him that proved the choice of Dr. Carpenter to have been a wise one. On the other hand, the intelligence of the Unknown seemed entirely of a subdued, or, as it were, a negative ...

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ALL RIGHTB RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD PART 9. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

ALL RIGHTB RESERVED. POSTOR THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD H By S. W. 'Hopkins, Author ot "On Four Brass Plates," otc., otc. PART 9. CHAPTER XII.-(Contlnuod.) "I lmvo heard of you, Sir Peter," she said ; and her voicc was low and sweet. "You ore the friend of Lord .Chester, aro you not ? Such a good, kind friend as you hnvo been to him, too." She placed her hand In that of Sir " Peter, who scarcely know what he wnB doing, so completely had the beauty of tills woman 'driven from Iilm his boasted calmness. She was beautiful beyond compare on the stage. Sho was doubly beautiful at close rango, and, without tlio arti fices of tho stage. Sir Peter sat down. "I (Was his friend," he said in re ply to her last rcmurks. "I was the friend of Lord Chester until that un grateful young man insulted mo to my very face." "Insulted you? Lord Chester in sulted >ou? Why, the ungrateful fel low I How could be do such a thing as that ?" "rn tell you," said Sir Peter, I breathing lmrd...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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How Bradlaugh Said Grace [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

How BradlaMgh Said Grace ^ , An interesting .reminiscence of the > lulu. Mr. Charles: IJriullnugli hits just, been given -by. W. . I'creivnl -Westell, ,. . the naturalist, which, shows . that the - great "atUuist". wrvs; porhaps not. ,so , irreligious as lii«\opi)ancHt.svacc]aini ed him to be. . llradlaugh, says Westell,, was my 'father's .guest, nnd he hailcome .down to speak at a . big v political meeting.* When we all .met. at the dinner-table in the;^ evening, my mother hardly knew what to. do with regard to nsking" me, as » the eldest child, to . say ''Grace;" .'Mr. llradlaugh, keen eyed as a huwk, . took in the situu- v tion -at a glance,, and at- once said, . , MM«y I usk v u blessing?" An an swer. in the nlliriuative . was -inline-.' diuicly > > forthcoming, whereupon,; .. .with hands clasped, head bowed,.and eyes - closed, our guest uttered these preuous wolds, "I o> what wo are /* about1 to receive may . .wo havo \; truly," thankful hearts.'' v

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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CARE FOR THE MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

^ CARE FOR THE MILK. The following statement, made by Professor 0. P. Hunzikcr Ireforc tho farmers attending the short courses at Purdue, sums up in a few wordu the situation relative to the care of milk and cream on tho farm : '^Cleanliness and low temperature are the fundamental essentials in the proper care and handling of milk and cream, regardless of what disposition may be made of the product. The purpose of these essentials is to pre vent or retard bacterial fermenta tions which shorten the life and im pair the keoping quality and whole somcness of milk and its products. When the dairyman disregards these essentials he bccomcs a mcnacc to the health and life of the consumer and a demoralising factor of the markets of dairy products, curtailing tho .financial succcss of his own busi ness. With due attention to the pro per care of milk and cream he be comes a benefactor to lha human family, n promoter of high quality of dairy products, ami n guni'dian ol the welfare and prosper...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Friendsoip and So[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

Friendsoip and Sontuae. (BY ELBEHT HUBBARD.)] Most generally, when I travel, I go alone-this to insuro being in good company. I onco mado tho tour of Scotland with a man who was travelling for his health. Ho had lung trouble-or imagined lie had. I had known tho man in a casual way for several years, and wo started out the best of friends, an ticipating . a good time. Wo wcro gono three weeks, and when wo got back X lulled the fellow thor oughly, and T have every reason to believe that he fully reciprocated tho .sentiment. There was nothing to , quarrel about ; it began at Huston Sta tion, where I bought third-class tii1 kcts. Ho said lie preferred to first-class or second, at least-Ihc- u was such a tiling us false economy. 1 asked him why he had not sa3d it before I bought tho tickets. At Edinburgh my companion wish ed to ascend the Scott monument, visit a friend at the University, and buy a plaid rug at one of tho shops in Princess Street. I pro posed to look up the footprints of ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

CHAPTER XIV. From that day the patient was a changed man. AU the gentleness was gone. He would no longer apply him- j self to study. He spent the entire day in an exhausting and fruitless search after-something. He slept little at night. He tossed and muttered inarticulately, and grew thinner and whiter. The eyes that had been so calm now grew at times wild and vengeful, they would seem to be- peering ofl into space, as if looking for something not within reach. He would stand for minutes at a time, pondering with knit brow over some thought that was puzzling his brain, ami then would shake his head and resume whatever occupa tion he had been engaged upon. If he passed Helen in the hall, or on tho stairs, be would lay his white thin hand on her arm, and peer curi ously into her faefc-with such an un uttorahlc longing that she would fre quently burst into tears. He would listen to tho conversa tion of those around him,, and would seem to be striving to connect it with something he ha...

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HUMAM WHIRLWINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

HUMAM VVKiaiWlf!D3. In going through life take things bit leisurely. 1 do not menu that :you .should slack down. Hut don't 't>e a kind .of human whirlwind, fret ting, fuming; hustling, and hustling. A hurry, scurry life will do you no ..good, neither will it be of any tier vice to other people. These emotions are onlv sluim. and they g. ni-rallv end in insomnia. ner* vous prostration. andeventually ln« <sanity. 'Iln.s mad rush through I'fa . Is only sillv. Take your work eulmlv. ^ ou wiM do far gieuter justice to it :.v<yir energies will > he, more- concentrated, and you will be more successful. People who fret about their duties -and go through existence ns if they had St. Vitus dance arc out of date, lose their nervous energy quickly, and , are very numerous on the list of fall- j .ures. | "When I see llttlo Dosmond out I with his fiancee," said Brierley, "I ' always feel so sorry for him." "Is there anything especially pathe tic about Desmond's case?" ...

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A Kindly Burglar. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

^.-A Kindly Burglar. A London .morning- paper says : "A burglar nt T.os Angles has won a lifelong friend hy a kindly action.;'. Jle entered the house of a Mrs." Morris lato at night, and met. her suddenly on the stairs. His revol ver eoversd her iti a second. "Throw up your hands I" he ordered. "Mrs. Morris hardly seemed ' to sec him. .She pushed him on one side, moan ing, "-My bnby^is dying. 1 want a doctor." The burglar gripped her by the wrist. "What's the uultlcl',?,' he demanded. "It's croup," she an swered. The burglar put the revol ver back into his hip pocket. " I have five of my own," he said curt ly. "i'ni out on this night lay,to keep .them from starving. I'll do what I can for you." The woman stared at liim, only half under standing him. "(Jet .me a kettle of hot water," ho said, lie mixed an emetic nnd administered it, and for an hour sat rubbing the child's chest with oil. lathe end he slip ped out of the house quietly, while Mrs. Morris was not looking. When the polic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

Business Mottoes. Genuine Clearing Sa I «o !u OF I HE ENTIRE STOCK OF The Malvern Costume House, 212-14 GLENFERRIE ROAD, Commencing TO-DAY, Mrs Skyrmo (late of Wright and Neil's, Bourke Stmt) who has purchased' the Stock, intends to give the public the benefit of some Kare Bargains. Opposite Tram Sheds. All Tran s Stop Opposite. PHONE-Mai.VKRN 1288 Telephones-ELv-hern. estaumshkd >883. 186 & 571. JOHN MORAN & Co., Family Grocers, Wine, Spirit & Provision Merchants, 36, 38 & 44 High Street, Malvern. Crockery and Glassware. Tinware, Rrushware and Grocers' Ironmongery. Flower and Vegetable Seeds. High-class Goods at Moderate Prices. Where Everything is the Best. Families Waited on for Orders. Agent for Pentold's South Australian Wines, Farmer's Prize] Hams and \ Bncun, Schweppes Aerated Waters. l'hc Largest and Beat Grocur'a Shop in Malvern. PUBLIC NOTICE. Ladies and Gentlemen, Patronise J\ IBV-A-Itsrs7 Tailoring Store for Up-to-date SUITS and COSTUME...

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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 30 January 1914

INTERESTING ITEMS. A 50-ton gnn costs £10.000, and Its shot coats £70. Fire-proof buildings cost only 13 per cent, more than ordinary ones. The best gold pens are tipped wltH' alloy made of osmium and iridunu . Every Servian subject may claim 0VO acres from tlx; State, and this cannot ho alienated for debt. Ohc of the new 58-ton guns is 46ft. .long, and has a range of sixteen thousand yards. The. cordite charge 18 325tt>. A few handfuls of juniper berries, burnt upon o brazier, of clinrcoal will remove the smell of puint more' rapid ly, than any other device. Every ,venr there .ore. lost by firo ?fn tlie Lnited Status bnildimrs and property or a ynlue of £100,000,000. o Ahe population of Hungary is 19 a.)0,000. Ilungnrj- Is slronplv op . ..posed to Gerninny and German ain olUnns. ibo heat in the lied Sea is no myth ;v,° ."f'Ww Of vile nir rarely falls below 7,>deg. In .hmo and Ju<y 6 nverago night and day is OOdcg. Peter's pence at present amounts to »nl.v about £i)...

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NO TROUBLE TO MARY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

NO TROUBLE TO MARY. Daughter of the House (lo new maid): You may go to bed uow, Mary, af remember, we breakfast at uinc. New.Maid: All right, miss. If I ain't down, you needn't wait.

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Death of a Balaclava Hero. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Death of a Balaclava Hero. Viscount Tredegar, a Crimean votcran, and much-esteemed land lord, died after a long illness at Abergavenny, in his eighty-second year. Horn on April 133, 1.8*W.# ho entered the Army in 1810. Go ing on!, to the Crimea in 1854 with his regiment, the 17th Lan cers, Lieutenant Godfrey Morgan, ns he then was-served through tho whole war, and was present nt the battles of Almn,« Halaelava, and Inkerman. In a letter describing the famous charge* of tho .Light Bri gade at Balaclava, ho said : "Grasp ing our horses by the head, away wo went. We had not got many yards before \vo~ were under firo of the first heavy battery on our left. On wo went, tho pace increasing, amidst the thickest shower of shell, shot,, grape, canister, and ininic from the front and flanks, horses and men- dropping hy scores every yard. Tltc .whistling and cracking of shells was.beyond all descrip tion. Under this we went for three-quarters of a mile, the enemy's guns firing in front of us t...

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PROFITABLE ROSES [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

PROFITABLE ROSES -Ttoses, though generally adtiiimlias the most beautiful -flower, aru.*rnoti universally recognised as the prolit^ able nrtielo of commerco that they roally are. Trade roses are.grown in various parts of J2uropc, hut chiefly at Grasse, iy France, awl Kasauhk. »i» HulgRria, whero groat, stretches of rose gardens provide the chief sup ply of rosea for tho markets of tho world. Tho highly cultivated roses are useless for commercial . pur-: poses, and both at l»rassu audv/iva-. sanlik it is the .cabbage roso .that is chiefly grown- tho rose of a hun-v dred petals," as they call ? it .s"it». Southern France. Tho Cirasse roses arc used -chiefly for pomades, soaps, rose-water, and commodities; and the demand made by the manufacturers of such on the rose-growers of (iras.su can be partly guagod from the fact . that more than 12,uOO,0001b. of- roses are annually gathered in tho district. Essence-or, as it is'called, attar of roses-is rarely made in France, on account of tho ...

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Good for Cut Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Good for Cut Flowers. * To prolong Llio life of cut flowers two professora of the School of Agricnlturo at Rennes, Franco, liavc recently compared the effect of var ious solutions with tlmt of plain water. Over 100 different kinds of flowers were tried. Tt was found that most of them would live and 'stay fresh much longer if sonic sugar was put into tho water in which they were kept. Sugar, however, wns no help to tulips, daisies, or chrysanthemum:*, and it was a positive Injury ' to XjllcH and sweet pens. * It accelerat ed the opening of the buds, especial ly oi rosos nnd orchids. Small quantities of chloral, ether, glycerine, alcohol,, limo water, and oven ani^uonia salts, served to lengthen the lives of various kinds of flowers. Tho water thus-"modi lied" should come as riear as pos sible to the blossams. In other words, the stems should bo im mersed as deeply as possible. Some of 1 lie flowers kept in sugar nnd water lived four times as long as would ordinarily bo. tho ease. The...

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Some Eyes Find Things Easily. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Some Eyes Find Things Easily. All good eyes do not see alike. People whoso eyes will "'low sn,"e focus 1-y an expert, test do not see dliko. They >«W lo°^ £ I tho some object ntul see it entire '''so"'., »T ^ something, with their eyes, »Mto their companions who ""'L 'blo just ns good vision to lociito objects n-t all great tUlttculiy. " . Allt ii10 Tho man who can «nlk ,l^°ut to lawn or in tho park and m . four-leaf clovers. has nit '.>« is worth big.money to ,lim-?. 1 em! easily he trained to seo^ng that tho.ordinary man will n»GS;°' have to look n lo"S Um? ""A! Some men who go Hu«itinB >« a squirrel in an oak . o. '»c^ tree with- apparent ease «h - others will go strolling ahou. t e timber and never sco the J .nil ' " It is tho samo «oy in ? , r"i,i The rabbit can bo found S.g y s^omo w'hilo others will | Si nm over the creatnre before, tiicy can detect it. ... This ability is a gilt. H .8^ no only a gift developed l.y some a n undeveloped by others as * x;r, of their su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

BnBineBB Notices. Genuine Clearing Safe OF THE ENTIRE STOCK OF The Malvern Costume House, 212-14 GLENFERRIE ROAD, Commencing TO-DAY* Mrs Skyrme (talc of Wtighr an1 Neil's, Bmiku Suet) who has purchased tnc Stock, inlenils t" (.'ive tVc public the benefit of some Haie Bargains. Opposite Tram Sheds. All Trams Stop Opposite. PHONE-MAI.vkrn 1288 Telephone?-M>lvern. Estammshkd tssg. 186 & S7i. JOHN KOftAN & Co., Family Grocers, Wine, Spirit & Provision Merchants,! 36, 38 & 44 High Street, Malvern. Crockery and Glassware. Tinware* Brushware and Grocers' Ironmongery. Flower and Vegetable Seeds. High-class Goods at Moderate Prices. Where Everything is the Best. Families Waited on for Orders, i . ; Agent .for Penfold's 5outh Australian Wines, Farmer!s Prlze| Hams and '.Bacon, Schweppes Aerated Waters. . Tho Largest and Beat Grocer's Shop in Malvern. PUBLIC NOTICE. Ladies and Gentlemen, Patronise O". IEV-A-ICsTS' Tailoring Store for Up-to-date SUITS and COST...

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Dismissal of Employes [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Dismissal of Employes At the end of the year just closed the services of a number os laborers were de'spenscd wiih by Malvern Council, and the local Ratepayers' Defence Association sought informa tion from that b:dy as to why such a step was riecossary in view of the recent increase of threepence in the rate. A letter to the council registered that a deputation might be received from the association. In acknowledging the letter the town clerk (Mr F. Hughes) intimated that, in the opinion of the mayor, a depu tation was quito unnecessary, as the information desired could be obtained at the town hall. The rep'y was not deemed satisfactory by the association and a furthnr request for a deputation was sent to the council. The letter was read at the meeting of the council on Monday night. The mayor (Cr S. H. Wilson) said his reason for declining to receive the deputation was that the information sought was obtainable at the town hall, or from any member of tho council. The council had to...

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Ten Times Round the Globe. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Ten Times Round the Globe. The cable linos of tho world umoimfc, in a grand total, to ovor two hun drcd and sixty thousand miles, more than enough to draw a girdle ton times around tho earth at tho Equator. This work has all been accomplished since 1805. Tho long est line is from England to Aus tralia by wuy of the Capo of Good Hope, 15,000 milesf Tho bus iest section of tho sea bottom is, of course, the North Atlantic, seven teen cables centring in tho St. Lawrence section and New York. The longest stretch without a re lay station is from Vancouver to Vanning Island in tho North Pa cific, midway between Australia and Vancouver, 3,000 miles, made neces sary by tho rulo of tho British Government forbidding cablo land-1 ings on any save liritish soil.

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