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OLD CLOTHES SACK CUPID. An Angry Bachelor Complains About the Untidiness of Most Women After Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

OLD CL0THE8 SACK CiUPID. An Angry Bachelor Complains About the Untidiness of Most Women After Marriage. Why are mothers untidy? Why (Jo ao many wives of the middle classes become careless of their per ronal appearance when the first baby arrives? That thoy do la undeniable; the change in the average wife's habits, mnnners, and customs when she be comes a mother Is distrcsnlngly ap parent to all who have eyes to uoe. Tho woman who before marriage and In the first flush of wifehood, in the personification of neatness and daintiness, often becomes the pernonl Mention of untidiness and careloBBneca when she has a child to look after "ion can see it in a dozen different ways. She does'nt 'do" her hair naif so carefully and nicely as she omv? did; (he arrangement of her neck Is slovenly and unlovely in comparison with former arrangements and unlove «y In comparison with former arrange ments: her blouse seems to have a soiled, washed at home suggestion about, it Instead of a smart, well la...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRINCE ARTHUR AND HIS FIANCEE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

PRINCE ARTHUR AND HIS FIANCEE. Prince Arthur of Connaught and the Duchess of Fife, whose engagement was recently announced, arc very pop ular In London society. During the minority of the Prince of Wales and In the absence of the Duke of Con naught in Canada and elsewhere, Prince Arthur has heen the chosen re presentative of the King on many oc casions, both at home and abroad. He has undertaken important missions to most of the capitals of Europe and to several further afield. Among the iriost important was his journey to Japan in 190G to Invest the late Mika do with the Order of the Garter, of which ho Is himself a Knight. While the King aud Queen were out of the country on the occasion of the Delhi Durbar, Prince Arthur was the head ; of the Council of State which repre sented His Majesty. Ho was born In l 1883. i The Duchess of Flfo, better known as Princess Alexandra of Fife, and formerly Lady Alexandra Duff, was born on May 17, 1891. She is the elder daughter of the late Duke ...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PLANTS THAT STEAL. Did the Virginia Creeper Want a Drink? [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

PLANT8 THAT STEAL. Did the Virginia Creeper Want a Drink? J'rofeasor Henslow, the great Amer ican horticulturist, relates some re markable Instances of the wonderful sensitiveness of plants in regard to much auil thirst. ^ A well-known flower-grower fell usieop in his armchair one hot sum iiH?rV afternoon. Ho was near an open window and an empty bottle stood on a tnblo by his 6idc. When he awoke bottle had disappeared. Considerably mystified, be searched i all over the room for it, but without 1 success, until a mysterious rattling : noiso attracted him to the window. : (»nrat was his astonishment when ho ' discovered that the noise was caused by the missing bottle, which had been naught in the tendrils of a Virginia creeper and was rattling against the window. The Virginia creeper has adhesive pads on its tendrils, which are irrita ted by anything it touches, clinging to it like a leech*. These had encir cled the bottle and carried it out of the window. If the .sweet-pea 1b touched...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

WATSON'S N?IO SUPREME AMONG SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. JAMES WATSON 8c C?Lr* DUNDEE. fipUWTd mglA& J fwoftJb orru <$io4u/r tAa/n/ cm, a/nn^ crlfm/r (iW. Jt u> ifxv 1ft-th vm£u& ijjTiu ca/iv PATENT S Obtained In Commonwealth and Hlae where for Improved methods olApplL ancea, Tools, ate., of an; description. Full Information, Costs, etc., sent on application to f A. O. SAOHSE, C.E. ATJBTHAMAN WIDOWS' FOND BUILDINGS, Corner Collin* and William >t», MELBOURNE. Couldn't Do it. "I.oolc here," began the man, as he entered a butcher's shop and display* oil two biack-and-blue eyes, "you have fresh beef for sale?" "1 have," replied the.butcher, "And fresh beef is good for. black, ■ eyes?" • "It is." "Vory well. I have the eyes and you have the beef. Do you think you can sell me a pound or bo without asking . me How I got decorated?" • ■ "1 will do my -beet." The butcher then cut off and weigh-/ cd the meat, and received: the'moneys, for it wit...

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GIRLS' EVENING WRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

GIRLS' EVENING WRAP. Young girls who go out to evening parties anil dances need a pretty evening wrap almost as much as a dainty frock. An elaborate ono ma»* seem too much for a young girl, hut one that can be made as easily and in expensively as the one showing hero meets conditions admirably. It is only in two pieces, and does not need to have the collar. Us cut, giving draping, 1b extremely smart. It may I be mado of velvet, satin or faced doth I M. Thorp and Co., solo agents, 301 Collins-street, Melbourne, have Hut I torlck's papor pattern 5831 In slzet I from 32 to 30 Inches bust measure Price lid. posted.

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Boforo boiling a cauliflower tio it up in a clean piece of muslin; when done it can be easily taken out »»r saucepan and put into a rolandor to drain. This method not only keeps tho vegetable Whole, but keeps it white, and free from any scum Hu t. may arise from cooking. It very often happens that new kid gloves are split the very first tin e they are tried on. This "can be pre vented by placing them between the folds of a damp towel for an hour or so before they are worn. The damp stretches the kid, so that they will stretch to the required nliaj e without .splitting. Candles will last double the usn;:l limo if treated in tho following wa> : Take each cundlo by the wick atel give it a good coating of v/liitc varn ish. Put the candles nwny for a d;;y or two to let them harden. The vnrii isli prevents the grease from runniu•; down, and so prolongs the lift* of tho eandle. To bake a cake well and with very little trouble have two cake-tins the *amo shape and si/.c....

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HEROIC INVALIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

HEROIC INVALIDS. No one would conclude from read ing Robert Louis Stevenson that for twenty years he fought a grim battle with an insidious disease, and that many of his most sparkling paragraphs were composed between spasms of pain that threatened to carry him off at any moment. Likewise, the author of the inimit able and cheerful "David Harum" suf fered under the stress of endless pain and sorrow until his book "was finish ed, when he passed away before he could see the rewards of his heroic efforts. Herbert Spencer spent a lifetime In fighting disease ajid.sicknesR._wJjich.in., his early boyhood woe considered so threatening that his parents thought It waste of time and money to. give him much of an education. John Addlngton Symonda produced twenty-five scholarly volumes after his doctors pronounced him a confirm ed invalid who -would soon die. In spite of the inroads of disease, he la* bored long and lovingly at his books, and died with all humanity his debtor. Green, the histor...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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THEORY V. PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

THEORY V. PRACTICE. How often do we seo theory and practice referred to in this manner, Tho right way would bo to say "Theo ry and Practice"—not "Theory versus Practice." If theory and practice ap pear to disagree, either the theory or the practice la wrong, for, when right ly applied, theory goes hand in hand wiilt practice everywhere. There Is uo shop operation bo simple that it docs not In some way involve the ap plication of a theoretical principle. There is no designer or mechanical engineer, no matter how highly edu cated, who can successfully design the simplest device without taking In to account some practical requirement. Tho man who looks upon theory as an abstract matter, useless in his practi cal work, merely proclaims his ignor ance. The man who prizes theory eo highly that ho believes he can afford to disregard the practical require ments and leave them to the shopman to decide, thinking that it Is below his own dignity to bother with such details, paves the way for I...

Publication Title: Nagambie Times
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CHILDREN-HELPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

CHILDREN-HELPERS. To make her little daughters help ful, one mother originated the follow in;:,' plan:—lOach morning she would vviiUo on a blackboard a list of twenty or more duties for the day—washing •Uahes, sweeping, dusting, making la.(is, etc. A quarter of these were little things that even the five-year-old boy could do, like bringing in firewood or giving the hens water. Each girl in turn selected one duty, placing her :M;ials after it. As soon as a duty was completed it was erased. Ai first the most difficult work fell to "mother," but soon even the hard tasks were being selected by the daughters, until they all became ne evasary' branches of home-making.

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THE SIMPLE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

THE SIMPLE LIFE. Mr. T. P, O'Connor, M.P., says in 11 rccent issue of a contemporary:—"I am strongly of opinion that the next 1 great movement in the world of spirit | ual and moral reform will ho the gos I pel of the simple life. We seem in .some respects to have roachcd the .stage in our habits and morula which was reached by Home before the ilnal decadence that led to the destruction of the mighty Empire which she had created all over the then known world. Luxury has Increased to a gigantic ♦ •xtcnt; luxury lias brought in its train looseness of morals and also souio vulgarity of manners; and every dny it is becoming more diillcult for people of ordinary means to keep up with the e.vpuiisive life now getting so com

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

£aM \ytasr 3\£s(nx/t u/aA 4atcL to xiuxjllb OWT 2,50,000.000 oliJiA of ijaotL M/nrm^pux IJIO INVENTORS PATENTS Obtained in Commonwealth and Else* where for improved methods oC Appli ances. Tools, etc., of any description. : Full Information*.Costs, etc., sent on application to A. O. SAOHSE, C.E. AUSTRALIAN .WIDOWS' FUND buildings, Corner ColHnt and William Sts., MELBOURNE. OC the wireless stations on board ar vessels, the United States has 147, Great Britain 213, France 141, Germany 112, Italy. 77, Japan 70, and a 70. The merchant marine of li reat Britalir. has 455 stations, the United States 253, . Germany 206, ce 68, and Italy 47. magician of old waved a wand he might banish disease, a phy sician to-day peers through a .micro cope to detect bacillus of that dirf» jase and plan Its defeat. The belief in miracieB was premature, that-is &U; it was based on dreams now coming It takes a lot of commen senee to get a man out of the trouble a little non sense lias got him into. 1...

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WHAT TO TEACH A GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

WHAT TO TEACH A GIRL. Teach her to dress for health and comfort, and wear It llko a queen. Teach her how to sew on buttons, darn stockings, and mend gloves. Teach her to dress for health and comfort as well as appearance. Teach her to keep the neatest room in the house. Teach her to have nothing to do with Intemperate or dissolute young men. Teach her that tight lacing is un comely as well as injurious to health. Teach her to regard morals and habits and not money when select ing: her associates. Teaoh her to observe the old rule, "A place for everything and every thing in Its place." Teach her the important truism: That tho more she lives within her in como the more she will save, and the further she will bo away from the poorhouse. Teach her that music, drawing and painting are real accomplishments In the home, and arc not to be neglected , If there is time and money for their use. A peppercorn In a' white envelope, the rent of the old village school at Hushbury, Wolverhampton, wa...

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Her Turn. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

v "Her^Turn. ■ I ir* wnat .40 y<o>a aay to your • t you. come bone JateT . .', nrnSihfn ,¥1W*r S*,,,-'rW» U»B llD jSgJ10* ;.WW *W. «ot *:'rtaoc» to

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SOLDIERS WHO CHEW CORDITE. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

SOLDIERS WHO CHEW CORDITE, Ono of the troubles of moat Euro pran arises Js that those soldiers who oai get hold of it insist on using ♦hat terrible explosive, cordite, as If it were a sort of chowiug-gum. Its popularity is due to the fnct that when chewed in iir.all quantities it has a stimulating and exhilarating ef feet, lUc small doses of alcohol. Its taste. to<-». is sweet, cordite being three-fifths nitro-glycerine, an explo sive which is sugary to the taste. When chewed in large quantities (ordite becomes iv.ort. powerful in .'is effects bringing on n blissful state of ecstasy, and sometimes making the victim of the habit see visions. But '.he rent darger of thr- habit lies in {?;•' (a?t that. fhottch nitroglycerine v;)l only oxrb'.V v.'hen given a very hard bl^-v or tt tidied by an electric spark, th-sv is r.iwayr> n possibility 'hat the ^ri of rxeeptionnllv bard treth nvt-ht prok-e the necessary hard blo^" Within the Inst few years, \l leas-t thre.* scV'cvf™two...

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TO WASH A KNITTED COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

TO WASH A KNITTED COAT. First of all choose ft sunny, breezy ! Jay for tho purpose. Make somo.l. strong suds of flaked soap and warm water. Squeeze tho soiled ip.rmnut carefgully In this lather. Next pre pare a tepid rinsing water. Pass the :oat through this, and also through several other rinsing waters, till you arc sure it is quite clean. Do not wring It, but squeeze out as much water as possible with the hands. You should not hang t'ne coat on a line, or it will stretch to twice its original length. I-iy a tablecloth or any large white cloth out of doors in the sunshine and breeze, and upon it spread the coat in the shape you want it to dry, pulling tho sleeves width ways, in case they stretch unduly. It will need changing about as it dries, and care must be taken not to stretch any part of it. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

Bryan Bros. WlndmlU I Manufacturer*. COLAC, VIC. J Simplest and most Durable Mill on tba ■ Market. THE EQUITY TBTJSTEKS. EXEOUTOB8. AND AGENCY CO. LTD. Subscribed Capital .... £125,000 Reserved Liability .... £100,000 Guarantee Fund £10,000 Registered Offices: 35 QUEEN ST.. MELBOURNE. Board ot Directors: BDWARD FANNING, Esq., Merchant, Chairman. W. H. IRVINE, Esq., K.C., M.P., Bar rister at Law. j DONALD MACKINNON, Esq., M.LA, Barrister at Law. R. G. McCOTCHBON, Esq., M.L-A. STEWART McARTHDR, Es<|., Bar rister at Law, K.C. This company is specially empower ed by Act ot Parliament (No. 978) to act as Executor, Administrator, Trus tee, Receiver, Committee under the Lunacy Act, or Attorney under Power, and to take Transfers of Existing Trusts. Income collected. Funds Invested, and Estates Manaied or Realised. JOEL FOX, Manager. C. T. MARTIN, Assistant Manager. FITS. PBOVED CEBTAIN SATE CUBE. 'No Bromide of Potuh* ADVICE PBXfi. SpUadid Twtlmonlals. Writa to— T. H. MERSON 229 ...

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THE HERO. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

THE HERO. It Is easy enough to look pleasant When tho Bprltig conies along with a rush; But tho follow worth whllo Is one who can smllo When ho Blips and aitB down In tho Blush. v Tlfl strange," muttered r young mnn, as ho staggered homo from a supper-party, "how evil communica tions corrupt good mannerB. I'vo boon surrounded by tumblers all tho evening, and now I'm a tumbler my self." Ethel (uulzzlngly): Nonsense! I'll wager you'll be tired of marriage with in twenty-four hours after you've bought mo niy first now dress. Frank iherolcaHy): Well, then, I'll never buy one for you. Censure and criticism never hurt anybody, if false, they cannot hurt you unless wanting lu manly charac ter, and If true thoy bUow a man 1Mb weak points and forewarn him against failure and trouble.

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CHAPTER II. Valerie Brurte [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

CHAPTER II. Valerie Brurte "The obligation is all on one Bide, Elsie retorted. "Just look at tblR. Here is a costume I am finishing tor a lady who is going to a charity ball to-night. It was made for her by one of the best houses, and when it was done she didn't care about it. It did not convey the distinctive note she require, and the stupid man-milliner confessed he did not understand what she meant, uc said it was one of the moat beautiful gowns they had ever turned out, and bo it 1b. Nine out of every ten society women would only be too pleased to be seen ill It. It is a wonderful black Grecian drapery, but to my mind a little bit too som bre. It needs a red woman to wear that costume, and I understand that Miss Valerie Brune is very dark— but I'll put on the dress and you shall see. I should like your opinion." Elsie wreathed herself in the soft folds, and stood where the light fell fully upon her. Her lithe, slim figure showed to great advantage; she seem ed to be transformed,...

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A SECRET SERVICE Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. Afone in London. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

A SECRET SERVICE By FRED M. WHITE. Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co., Melbourne. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER I. Afone In London. hi^i vanB'°no looked out ovor the " ° , chimney pots, flaw the drifting puU of smoke like the shadow of hor own hopes and fears nfrnW°r lhC,nrSt tlmo in her life- was Srt h^'i! 11 £et..flho COuI(l haVQ end » 8 0 a shoot of noto paper and a penny stamp would have fin shed this struggle and privation Ah! anything but that,' she thought ^»Sne wa*ched tho smoke'wreaths whirling under the leaden March sky. It was a strange position for a clrJ m qMiia"i well-nurtured as alio Ih i ? ' fact rem»fnert that she had parted with her laat coin and i there were no prospects of another' penny. And, to add to the rest of ner troubles, she was several weeks in "™'s wl'h ''er rent, and unless It was forthcoming on the morrow, she w°ul« be turned out into tho street. th<f fw0SiQi?n £"? l300" hol)<!|ess from tlia (lrst. She had le...

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THE VEGETARIAN'S CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Nagambie Times — 25 December 1914

THE VEGETARIAN'S CORNER. JSgg Souffle.—One cupful of bread crumbs, a quarter of a pound of cliecno cut lu email pieces, one tablespoonful of butter, salt, and popper to taste. Over the above pour a cupful of boil Inn milk, then beat in the yolks of three eggs. When cool, beat the whites of the three eggs stiff and stir them in lightly. Rake about thirty minutes* in a rather shallow pan in a .slow oven. Snowiiake Toast.—Heat to boiling one quart of milk with a little salt ami half a cupful of cream added. Thick en with a tablespoonful of Hour rub bed smooth in a little cold milk. Beat, the whites of two eggs stiff, and when tile sauce is well cooked, turn a cup ful of it on the beaten egg, stirring briskly to keep it frothy; add the re-: mainder of the sauce. It may be heat ed again, but must not boil; it should be frothy. Pour over slices of hard toast. A Cheese Savory.—Take half u pint of hot milk, and pour it over two cup fuls ot soft breadcrumbs. Beat to gether two eggs, two tabl...

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