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THE TURF. METROPOLITAN RACING. Melbourne, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
THE TURF. METROPOLITAN RACING. Melbourne, This Day. The Aspendale races on Saturday resulted:— Maiden Plate,—Noble Bonnie, Kurakai, Wyneth. Steeplechase.—Enchanted States, Sonny B., Powerful. Plate.—Mindai, Rosny, Lipola. Handicap.—Yeneda, Atoi'a, Del-' jihic. Purse.—Miss Moi, Active Lad, Maloja. •lumpers' Flat.—Widden, Merry Monarch, Strathdoon and Blind Harry dead heat for third. The placed horses in the January Handicap, of the Moorefield Club, Sydney, on Satuuhiy, were Multum in Parvo, Kilineadon, and It's Funny.
MERINO BEATS CASTERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
MKIS1N0 UKATS (JAXTKtlTON. | Tiit- si-i.iiv* or iIn- .Merino C.isiert ;ii i'.i-Si are : — Merino M-Kwi-n II. M'Curiiiiek !Ward i !. H;itif«»n 2^, Dr. Morion i:!•&lt;! ma) !. M-Leod 12, M'Alpine Hint mil) !0. sundries 11. Ci«-ed 5 f-.r i'i"- James 3 for 52, W.-ili-r-j 1 A.r i-'i. C.-i-tr! (mii. -Tililili-s 1. Dunne 29, K'.iVit -~i. Jaiii'-.s l>, Abbott 2. O'Neil 1, •Niehoi-»oii I. Murn'll 1. Wafers 0, Wood (iii/i out) !. Maijiiesm 7, Sun dries lU. Tola! t>i. M'Leud 5 for 20, Ensi-oe 1 for 17. The Coldstream Ladies' Cricket (''lib sent :i challenge to piny' the itiiiiusii inarch against, the Temple sti'V.t- eouncillois on the 26th inst, and : he ehallenire was accepted. • Melbourne, This Day. Ni-.v Suuth Wales —First innings 2!'7. S nuh Australia—161) and seven ui.-kvt- fur G(5 -New Zealand —141 and 188, Vic twin, first innings 139.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
r£10 INVENTORS PATENTS' Obtained la Comiaoiiwealtli and Else where for Improved methods of Appli ances, Tools, etc., ot any descriptive. Full Information, Coats, etc., sent on application to -/JL* -lUf AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUIbDINGS, Corner Collins and William 3ts,, MELBOURNE. Ho i? n near-il'.o'u:M!ess man ivho tlijnks 'rv»lv of hi:ns-r!f. ^ *&■ ti Vi ^-> V'J ' -r>'^ Phasing & exhilarating. So great lias boo 1 iho rise in the price of pearls during the lust 15 years that it is estimated by a w riter in tho Paris "1?cvmc" that a neehlace. bovghfc. for .-CSO.COO at the end of t)i« nino tcenth century. inij:"nt now be'expect ed. to fetch £LW.WO A\ .th the con stiint increase or wcnlin, tlio vnluo or ponrls is likely to continue to mcreaso, and a good collection may '00 regarded, as one of the most- i-rofitablc of inrest m'ents, "o.1 5 r-J'V j x >r " v C?J 1_M3-S "V J>-rv *' >v.« ~ fl* - \ * ■> V"* # ' "4 "A, j p •yi&lt; st^j^TM-u I
A SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
A SECUET. My laddie's a* Iho world to me' "i'is to liiinself I owe it That I can never more, £ao free. But, ah ! he must not kiioir it I W lien from n;y side he roams ana', T scarce believe I'm living; But when lie's here—my laddie—zh, I d.ie for want of giving! Whv nnist I tliij;!: upon his stniler His eyes o'erbii^ht. ;md bonny? His gladnes3 tlmi dotli bae beguile It robs my heart of otiyp Wore I a lad, and lie ;i maid, 1 would not be sae winning; To wound too deep I'd bo afraid, -And tiovin such sweetness sinning! —Florence Earlo Coates>. Jo.y is (.he peculiar feeling cxpori. enccd by tho man- who counts Ma money and discovers that he has al! ho thought ho had and a few dollars moro. She v.*as a lady visitor to tho prison, kindly and well meaning, and ns sho chatted with a burglar who had been sentenced to six: nionihs' imprisonment, she thought'-sho detected signs of ro form in hiip. "And; now,'' she said, "havo you any plans , for'the future on tho expiration of ynu'r;(sente...
ROUGH DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
ROUGH DIAMONDS. Notwithstanding • an over-increcaiug produntion, there has .been a progress ively higher flvevrgo price obtained foi* rough diamonds, with tho exception of fluctuations during certain periods oi depression., and during the Ivst twenty years diamonds have increased in valiis by onn hundred and fifty per cent. America is at present tho largest fcn> er (if South African diamonds.
THE "SILENT SISTERS." [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
THE "SILENT SISTERS." There 13 a community ci —.ninon near Biarritz who pass their lives in silenco. Thoy live and die in the or.veut of the Silent Sisters, and are bur>-&lt;! in silence in the little cemetery within the walls of the grounds. At four ,yc-!ack, win ter aiul summer, tliey leave tbeir bare cells, and for ihreo unbroken hours tell, their beads and say their prayers, until i hey are summoned i ? their Spar tan breakfast. Two- mer,- hours they spend, later in the day. v. !iu their ro saries and prayers in a .--'eluded ear ner of the ehapel, the iv-:. of the day fk>iu;i devoted to work of various kinds and to meditation. Tn the refectory—a dark. uninviting chamber with sanded floor, along -which run wooden tables and benches—the tables arc spread for the midday meal, with an array of brown wr.tT-.iugs and wooden spoons and forks displayed on coarse serviettes, which take the.place of a tablecloth. During tfco meals not a sound is heard-—a whisper even would b...
USEFUL BYE-PRODUCTS. What Is Gained With the Saving Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
USEFUL BYE-PRODUCTS. What Is Gained With !h: Saving Habit. liy John IT. i Cro;iiu\I ti> X. T. Mun::- : r fol lowing :— : •■'iiio imbit of saving .s ducaliou. -It-fosters eyery :r,o. .• It u-acl -ls :,elf-denial. I~ c\;r. ItY-a-a s&lt;.'uso t-I ovil-ir. It trains -_n fofo iliOiiL'.lrt, ;tiill .sci broadens tii&lt;•_ ::.ind.-" It reveals iiio moaning or th>- v..j-r] ijusi nss, which is something rt ry difEor ciit from its routine." tfeh'-deniiil, a sen/.o c-f - rt, u foro Liu'rii,1; arc the Very vit;i^ . J:;sin0-^s sweess. - Ihey are enough to win- a modosfc su".wss for anybody. They. via nob hidden ironi i he sight .in;, body, but lie within the reach ei . And Mr. Muii^i.'r.believes that by a'-rriirini? the habit, of saving you tt ill V-i'thc^o essentials as a by-product. I'.usiiu'ss 'success u»c:;ns •hfj-'.y using rave vi Sep that what s :» shall always be a little more tlun -ahat goes out.' ft means being sure that every dollar invested.shall bring u :V.r rent...
JUDGE NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
JUDGE NOT. Tliore are numbers of oireiim;;i.::cou iviiieh attend every notion of a man'» . lite, whicli can novrr come to the Inaoiv ledge of tho world-—yet oujiht to to known, and well weighed, before ccn- ■ tenco with any justicc can bo passed ' upon him. A man may lisvo different views, and a different. sense of things from what lis .judges liave; and Tvnati ho understands ami feels, and what posses f.'itliin him may he a secret tri-a. sruvu up deeply- there for ever.
VEST POCKET ESSAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
VEST POCKET ESSAYS. j By George Fitch. "J'liO Atlantic Ocean is tho second laiii/'st. collection in' weti!"&lt;3 oh tho globe. It is L'0j0*'>0 milrs Ions. CjKX) miles""vi'le, and-so deep in spats thafc iiiu tallcsfc man v> ho c-ver lirud •.v' y.ld have live mile.s to go before reaching bottom, after get ting in over his j'l.v.ti, Tho Atlantic Ocean readies fro;'! t-hd cii'cto ruin? of antiquity on the easti to the elcotrie-lij'hted prospeclv.se:: o? to-morrow on tlio west. It is cooi-ed !>y, the mountainous icebergs of the pclafl regions, and heated at) tho equate! by, the everlasting sou, being tkus jdeuti UiWy -supplied with hob and cold water. It splashes restlessly upon tho fev.i-r ladon jungles of Africa, caresses In land with its logs, and is perfumed by, tho orchid jungle? of Brazil. The African plunges into ifc off Liberis*, "thd JCskimo chases the polar bear through its "surf off Greenland, and at Narrai gansett. tho millionairess dives in fronti of a thous...
SPEED OF ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
SPEED OF fl?lIMALS. It i.s believed i'liifc no animal lias ever_ exceeded- the, speed which can bo attained by the horse. Ir.-'tantaneous photographs of /ono famous specimen showed the full length of a complete stride to bo about twenty-six feet. Tito bare has not in .••ealifcy the speed of tbo dog. Tbo dor. on tbo other hand, docs not attain tb' speed of the horse. The giraffe is said to run at the rate of fifteen yards ;:er second under tin' most favorable •-••owlltions. Tho t>l&lt;> pliatit, going at ho rate of two yards a second, carries'.", nviphfc apprnximatp ing to that carrir-.'J by six horses.
THE ART OF THE CONJUROR. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
THE ART OF THE CONJUROR. Scioncc has enabled r.'~&lt;1erii conjur ors to da tricks that wou'd fill the old fvc-hool of magicians %—:tTi wonder. "YVherovcr applicable to ilio stage, tlio modern magician has adopted the no vel features of inventions, and, com bining thou "with his sleight of-hand, has brought forth an entirely now stylo of magio. A trick performed lo;ig age consist od of pouring from a siisa'.i1 bottle sev eral different liquids ir-t.? glasses sot upon a table in full viof the audi ence. In the first "gins:; was water, in the next wine, in the next milk. Tho secret lay in the conn rue I ion of tho bottle, which was composed of vari ous chambers. In each or tlioso was placcd a certain liquid, the. flow being controlled by valves in the bottle's neck immediately under the finger of the ma gician. The great -weakness of t ;:&lt;■ trick lay in this—that the magician did not permit the bottle to go out o: his hand to bo examined by the audience: b:it tho re...
A PUNSTER'S POLITENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
A PUNSTER'S POLITENESS. Mr. Saxe, tlio American joker and poet, once became acquainted on a steamer with a lively young lady, to whom he made himself very agreeable. "Good-bye, Mr. Saxe!" said, tho young lady at parting. ''I fear von will soon bo forgetting mo.:' "Ah, my dear youn^ lady," said tho invoterato punster, "if I were not a married man already you may be sure I'd be for getting you!" Mickey and Dennis were working in a garden near a beehive and a bed of onions when a bee stung Dennis on the wrist. "I always told yez whin ye get a sting av a bee to suck it and thin rub in onion juice," said Mickey. After a short time a beo lodged on M'ckey's neck. "Oh, Dennis, -there's wan on me neck!" ho shouted. "Oh. 'tis gomne down between mo shoulders.' I'm stung!" "Suck it, Mickey i" ordered Denni.?. "Suck it and I'll rub, in the' onion juice!" Teacher. What, is tho proper time to gather apples, Johnny? Johnny: When tho fanner's dog :\s tied up.
MORTICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
MORTICIANS. Lons when man departed from this earth to face his linker, then his loved ones, broken-hearted, called the village undertaker; now when man's in tlial condition, dead as death can ever make him, people summon the morti cian to embalm and undertake him. When my beard begins to harbor wrens and robins, great a7>.d lesser, T consult the nearest barber, not lousorial pro fessor. When I have some news that orter printed be. to stir men's wonder, I ring np a good reporter—not- a ."jour nalist, by thunder! "When the sur geon and physician do their worst and leave me dying I will murmur: !Xo mortician round my carcase shall eome prying! When I'm carried to God's acre, pee the doings are conducted by a good old undertaker on old-fashioned lines constructed I'' ITow I hate these fancy handles men adopt, to soothe their vitals; they are but dull-witted vandals who reject time-honored titles. IIg is safest, sanest., smartest, who es chews all sounding lingo; do not claim -to he a...
THE INDUSTRIOUS MOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
THE INDUSTRIOUS MOUSE. Jinny years ago a studious Scotsman named David Hutton proved that stoves of the profitable energy wore go ing to waste among those tiny but activo folk, the ordinary domestic mice. In tlie summer of 1312 I liad ocea sion (lio wrote) to 1>0 in Perth. "While inspecting the toys and trinkets that were manufactured by tlie French pris oners in tho depot there, my attention was attracted by a little toy house with a -wheel in tlie sable that was running rapidly round, impelled bv tho activ ity of a common mouse. For one shil ling I purchased the house, tho mouse and the wheel. Hut how to apply half-ounce power, •which is the weight of a- mouse, to a useful purpose was tho difficulty. At length tho nianufacturo of sowing thread seemed the most practicable. The investigator found that an ordin ary mouso would run on the average ten and n-lmlf mibs a day; he had one mftns" that ran the remarkable distance of eighteen, miles in that time. A half penny's worth of oa...
WHAT PEOPLE DO. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
WHftT PEOPLE DO. By "Walt Mnpon. "I li.scd lo insist thn-fc this ;» »lio of nil possible worlds," remarked the di'mie ist, "but the- more 1 -*1 •*■ m 1 e.e newspapers tho more £ find thai- bc liof slipping. There is to much ingra titude in ihe world Hint a man can't shako a. stick afc it-, i was roaduiR a hideous story in the newspaper th:;; morning. . „ . . ''Ah old woman in a small \. im-ohs!h in v.-n was taken lo the peorhouse ike other day, ami tho journoy brolw her heart. lii hor better days, when she was ahlo to work andeani money, that woman made a 1 orsiness of adopting children and giving them a chance in life. She reared three skirls,_ and all ot' tliom married well and live in comfort able homes ai'-this hour. And not oik; of the three would. Hit a. finger io keep the old woman from the pool-house. Such a story a-5 that makes n man won der whether human nature isn't a rem nant counter affair." "Hefore a man makes up his mind io condemn the human race because of sue.b a st...
THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
THE CAUSE OF EHET7MATISM. Rheumatism is caused by the reten tion of uric acid in the .system, owing to tho action of tho kidneys being de fective. The following letters will be interesting to sufferers from rheuma tism :—• From Hiss Hilda Brown, 2 Great Buck ingham-street, Itedfern, Sydney, N.S.W. ■'When I was in Hob art I jvas taken ill, and got so .'bad that I went to a hospital, a;id after staying about three mouths I returned to Victoria hardly any better than when I first went into the hospital. The origin of my trou-" bles was a chill, caught aftor taking a hot bath, with the result that I could hardly move, the pains in my back and limbs were so excruciating, I seem ed to get no relief from my treatment. When I arrived in Victoria I was met by my sister, and was induced by her to try Warner's Safe Cure. After tak ing four bottles I felt somo relief, and, by the time I had taken sis more, I was quite well again. From tho time of leaving tho hospital I took no other remedies of...
INQUIRIES BY POLICE WHEN NECESSARY TO CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Coleraine Albion and Western Advertiser — 12 January 1914
INQUIRIES BY POLICE M'HKX NECKSSARY TO fi.ufflO.NV Bi'i'ori: Jlr Justice Darling, Mr Jus tice J'Jo wlatt. and Mr Justice! At,tin (reports the "Times" of November -0) Lewis v. Harris, a case stated bv jus tices .sitting in petty sessions, wufcdciiU with. Air Powell, K.C., and Mr Micfc'c thwait appeared for the appellant: ^Ir .Sankoy, K.&lt; and Mr Clem Edwards appeared for the respondent. \ It appeared that the appellant Lewis, a superintendent of polico, at the I'olice Court ol' Blaina laid an in formation under the Sunday Observ ance Act 1G77 against tho respond?"1' Esther Harris, l'or that she on March 30, 191,'!, did at Blaina unlawfully.''0 and exercise certain, worldly la'oor, business and worl; in her "ordinary catling as general dealer, Lhe same being a work of necessity or charity Th_e appellant wis duly authorised to lay such information by the Gliwf ' Constable of .Monmouthshire. The 'j'JS ti_CjfS dismissed the information, tut *Kieed to state the following case; U...