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GENERAL NEWS H.M.A.S. AUSTRALIA. FIRST VISIT TO PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

H.M.A.S. AUSTRALIA. FIRST V.IS IT TO PORT PIIlLLIP. The flagship of the A.u?tralian inavy, 1H.31.A.8. Australia, will make her first visit to Melbourne at the end of next month. The Australian fleet is maintain ing the old naval traditions of Australia 'by participaticipating in the Hobart '".season;" It is due to leave that port on 14th Febru ary for Adelaide. According to present arrangements, nine days will be spent at Adelaide and there:about., and the vessels will then come on to Melbou'rne, being clue to arrive on either 27th or 28th prox. The length of therlc stay in Port PlhilliQ has not yet been determined. Arrangemnent.s are bhing prepaced to ac cord a Victorian vuwelcome to tthe first Dreadnought of the A-ustralian navy.

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LORD DENMAN'S SUCCESSOR. LONDON, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

LORD DEINiMAN'S S.UC(ESSOII. LONDON, 28th January. The ."\?ariche.4ter Guardian," in referring to the resignation of Lord Denman as Governor-General "oi' Australia, suggests that Mir. Charles E: Hobhouse, MV.l., Chan cellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, may possibly be app6inted Lord Denman's suc cessor.

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LORD SAYE AND SELE AND LORD CHELMSFORD. LONDON, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

LOD' SAYLE AND. SELE AND LOII) CHELMSFORD). LONDON, 23th January. Lord. Saye and Selc and Lord Chelms ford are mentioned as probable successors to Lord Denham in the Governor-General ship of Australia. Lord Sayc and Sele has held, the oftice of Controller of his Majesty's IIousehold since 1912, and formerly he was Lieutenant Colonel of the third battalion Royal Scots' Fusiliers. He entered the army in 1879, and served in the Zulu war of that year, re ceiving a medal and clasp. Lord Sayc and Sele, who is in his 56th year, is notable mn that he is t·he 22nd in descent from Geof frey. do Sayc, who opposed King John, and was one of the 25 barons who were en trusted with the enforcement of Magnia Charta. Lord Chelmsford is - well known in Australia. He has officiated as Gover nor of Queensland and New South WVales, in which States he won his way into public favor. He is in his 46th year.

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AMUSEMENTS THE DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

-THE DRAMA brought the. eigagement to 'a; close. - The' principal E?nglish members'-- of the: e'ew' J C? Williamson Dramatic :Conipn? rganised "to presenit the pageant play seph and His Brithren,' at.' the "Theatre; ': Rdyal .on, 14th February:; arrived :in :Meb bourne .on -Monday by R.MS. -Otivay. 1iss. Ethel Warwiik, .whlio will play Zuleiks;, .Potiphar's wife; was' :in .Aiustralia aboutit three yea~s. ago. Since 'when she has "ap. . peared in leading' roles 'at thele:" Lyceum Thleatre, London;, and for the past t "' years' has presenited many 'new ptlays under her .own management." '11ie role of ,Joseph .will be. enacted. by Mr. Malcolm; Tearle,. a..well-known Londonoactor, and a member of a family- which figures .promi heitly" in the - annals ;of the :stage' in. :Englaiid.. ' TMr: Tearle has appeared i' ,sonme ..of-' the most successful dramatiei ' vroductions in London, in 'which::.:he: cre ited-various leading parts. ' Other mcin hers 'of the. company.: who arrived- yester-" d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

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THE VERANDAH [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

. The Victorian.Government promises that the :system' serving to increarc enormously the capacity of American artisans and agri eliturists is to be brought into vogue hcre.e State officers aic to ie. sent, to A?tierica to .tady the Taylor method of' increasing etfifcency and savirig ti me in -trades and industries. 'Presently, with the perfect machines and the perfect men, we may be induced to believed the four-hour day: not merely practicable, but essential in Victoria. Meanwhile, however, I. cannot discover aiy-' inilication. that .Mr. Watt has awakened to the necessity of adopting. the Taylor method in the one Victorian sphere in which it is most urgently needed. What about Parliament? The Taylor method increases the efficiency of a -workman by eliminating all. unnecessary movements, thereby producing thle nmaximum effectwith the minimum of force, I ask ydi, is .there any institution we own more clamorous for such a system than our Parliament,: with. its enorinous sacrifices of ....

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KEROSENE VAPOR LAMPS FOR U.S. LIGHTHOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

. IlIGHTHOUSES. A vaporising 'attacl?merit that is in effecte a kerosene, carburetter is. one of the essen tial featiires 'f thlie new. kerosene vaipor: lampe:.of _the United. States lighthouse :ser vice. The first of these lamps .td be: in stalled, which is -the-one shown in the ac companying. illustration,: is the neaS ;range light of the Aimbriosde Channel in New York iarbor. ,In .this lainP:-the kei'osene, after being. vaporised;? is vburned inii 'a miitle simila;- to-?the ordinary gas mantle." This imantle, which is 4 inches high and 3 inches in diameter, has a candle po'wer of 15,000. The kerosene is.-vaporised by applying heat to a small feed pipe that runs up the centre of Lhe. lamp and supplies the fuel to the burner. .As long, as the lamp is burning 'this pipe is kept hot-by the flame, a small portion of which is diverted for this pur pose, and there .is a constant supply. of the kerosene vapor. For starting the: lamp, it is necessary to vaporise .the fluid by heat ing thi...

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MY FUNNY EXPERIENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

MvY FUNNY 'EXPERIENCES: t. , W HAR RY= AUDit. ? ; :.. : ; ' WIs.sen I am asked to say orp to write about; m. stage experserces , al.yg rfrain- at :tt.l, ys ha e-; efraifned thitherto-=from !aying mittchli 0of: "first mgisght" .sensations or the feelings that posa seas air artist ot ainllig Jiis how to what 1 esnig'it call- ` eciL idiices. Why I am in* clined to be backwar- i ontldis point I can scarce ly tell; prolily th rue eason -lies in the fact that, iliki every other aritist .who Is' keen to "get t?her" ery time, I have. aLwys been too intent? on'" my ??gornc t. pa-y a great 'deal of at tention to. my. own ~articular feelings at w?at_ brainy peopled, call "p'ychologiral moments," WHEN` I'VISIT AUSTALIA. To tell you tlie trcut, I worrye myeli much more-off the stage dan I do. whiile:,'on it:';l lert?-i. signed a conitract t d go to ,Australia f.-tor a to?? of some nlioiths ?ia? tre -ye3r--'well, I won i't c tell you .the dat~e, ?it L ant buys packingm ;: hy t box.. So f?s so.goo...

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INTER-STATE, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

INTER"STATE ENCLISH AND FOREC10 RACING.. Th. 'West&ern Australian:. .Turf Club's: Annuuiversary meeting at Perth on Sat urday and Monday was one of tlhe most -uccessful Teunions ever held .y the club. On both days the attendances were very large, the fields good, and the racing in teresting. On Saturday a feature of the sport was the success of 3-year-olds, who accounted for four of the six races, includ trtg the two principal events, which result ed as, follows: WAYLIEN STAKRES;*of 500 sons. One Mile. P. Bolger's br e LUOKY BEGGAR (Ayr Laddie --Trenville's Daughter), 3Sy., 8.4 .. (Sibbrit) 1 0. M'Manus's bk g RENEGADE, Gy., 8.13 ............ .............. (Brnnmman) 2 J. H. Woodhead's b c PILBARRA, Sy., 8.4 ..... .... ...... ...... ... .. (Audas) 3 Ireland, Maori Lad, Saturate and Rlathkeale also started. Betting: 5 to 2 against Pilbarra, 4 to 1 LUCKY BEGGAR. Won by half a length. Time, 1 min. 40 1-8th set. Dividend, " £3 18/. KING'S PARK HANDICAP, of 250 soes. One , mile ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

'SA 'And Cuticura Ointment, They afford a pure, sweet.and economi. cal method of preserving, purify. ing and beautifying the skin, scalp and hair. For distressing eczemas, rashes, itchi n gs, intlammations and. cliafiings of infants, children and adults Cuticura Soup and Cuti cura Ointmenit are most effective. *Cut.?llrralonDannd Ointment aurn doi tfhrOllhout the woricd A liberal Wfmple t each 'wivlt :2L2.oge booklet on tho tre anod treatmentc of Ihil sehn nod cl:u, sctent ?ot-tree. Adcl's It. Townt & Co., Iydney, N. a. W. Raiwa.y .., ZYwatch - 84~ it libkt~k el 4:1

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THOROUGHBREDS AT MENINGOORT. MR. J. N. M'ARTHUR'S STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

THOROUGHBREDS AT MENINOOURT. MR. J. "N. M'ARTHUR'S STUD. BY MARIBYRNOXNG. As. a breeding centre, the Western die trict has.i been.celebrated since the earliest' days of. Victorian Tacing. Many of the ::.old-time and latter-day equine champions, .w.iose names are enrolled as wihners of no. table events on the Australian tuirf, first saw the light in that rich stretch of coun try which extends from Geelong " to fort land. Amongst' the studs now in the lo cality, one of the best knowii is Menin goort, owned by the well-kniown and:popu Slaor sportsman Mr. J. N, M'Arthur. On the kind invitation of that. gentleman 1 Shad,. while visiting Camperdoirn for the •Cup meeting, .tihe opportunity of " inspect ing the thoroughbreds at Meningoort. The party. which motored out included Mr. H. Harrison, tihe well-known Flemington trainer; Mr. C.- T. Goduy, the Caunmeid mientpr; Mr. A. C. M'Qualter, secretary: -of the Camperdown Turf. Club; and Mr. D. Allan, who trains for Mr. E. Manifold; and Mr. D. ...

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STUD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

STUD WOTE& S: Y: POSEmIDO:. Golden Ht-op, the winner of ?he ? J. Challengc Stakes at-Ra.,-i?ndwick la?st Satur day,. for the second year iil succrssibon losr been a good hoite to. f?:i-eeit ownier, i,-i .: .E. O'Bi0ien, of ;MiJlt Kiig reniown. Originally.'purchased: as a, yearling by, M. H. Alan 'Currie, -the ..ch .airman' of the V.A.T.CU.- foi' 625 guinea., at the Siydney, sale. ip April; 1911, G:ohldn IHop vwas train ed for31 hi t oy0:ear-oda engagements " by Walter.. fHicl4enblothliai, Tie icodlt.'ion a Sellinc Stiakes for two,-yearolds? at Flediing-. ton: on: 11th Novemnber, 1911, aid :passed' Tin6 :the 'posseksio6j of Mr.: 0Bi'i-n f'or *600 guineas. Since' their (,olden hHopb haI von Srnumber iof v a'tieid st~ aI resaincludilng the '.AJ:C...Ch hallenc.ge- Stakes .ticte:· He ..is rich chestnut;- '? -ithi. w ite .miit n 1_iin . s - nd - lihoild ait Lie terrmin aton r6 hii.-tirf ':eer nmal in e "'ideal sie .i hon ie btduin: which is - as tollo -i - V-ed " ' . ··" - . " [ ....

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

TURF . TOPICS. I -am very pleased to be 'able t9 con- I gratulate the Geelongg RacitigClub on 'the undoubted success of its' recent, two-day meeting. It is many years since the 61d club indulged in the luxury, of, a/ two-day meeting, and how tiat this departure" hls been t'dhken, it is to be hoped it will b;e continued to the muutual advaillthge of both the club and horse owners. In future, however, it would be of advantage to make a drastic alteration in the presuent system of declaring the 'handicaps for: the two days simultaneously' At the: meeting tiin der review the programme on each day was almost Identical, -and sonie variety might with advantage be introdlucd. Why discard - the time-honored iHurdle.. lace? Two hurdle races instead of'two jumnpers' flat races would be more popular from a public point of view, and would attract as manly entries as the Jmnpers' Flat IRaccs. Mr. Bauld should not be asked to declare the weights for the second day until,"after the first day's raci...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

M T HAVE YOU BEEN TAKEN 2 R I If you Ihive not, now is the time. You Sowe 3youtel lfa portrait, and. should cer tainly leave it. iacli pioture repays pounds and pounds, in pleasures in after vearu.. All charges inodetate. " " ITS BURLINGTON STUDIOS, 291 BOURKE-STREET, MELBOURNE, WEAK MEN Try a Seven Days' FREE1 TRIAL Course of our Famous e NERVE SPECIFIC, for Nor. vousness,. Loss of Energy, Strength and VITALITY. Send Sixpence (stamps) for lostage. LONDON AGENCY (Dept. 0.) 4i Castlereagh-st, SYDNEY. aire excellent rIoom plants.. Stands -to -hold the pots are inexpensive. As shown here, 3 ft. High, 3/6; 3 ft. 6 in., 4/6. In White Enamel, Brown or Green.. Other styles in OakA, .Walu, u t Finis h, Wick c r, &c., will be found in OUTR NEW SOME CATA 'rTO-IDAY FOR IT. m. You will find in its pages everything possible for the Home-actual p'hoto graphs, lowest cash prices, and de scriptions. WE PAY OARRIAGE ON ALL. SC-SII ORDERS. RIOHMOND FURNISHING CO. 116-118-120. Swan-st., RICIHM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SARISOIN'S CURE-ALL 8OAP Ss" an Antiseptic Soap rh ll leals und BBautIlles. II cures the meet ttrouble3moe skin affeotions-Eczema, Prickly Heat, Burns, Ringworne, IAndruff, Chilblains, Old Scres, Piles, &c., . &e. Cannot possibly harm the Imot delicate skin. It is made of the ?urest materials of whioh soap can be made. Lathers freely. Is in every ;way en ideal "Good-Hcalth" Soap. Order through your grocer, or send sixpence in stamps for a dainty sample cake, post free. Extra large cake, 1/. ,Addrees: McLINTOOK PTY, LTD., 1Q08 BOUVERIE-STREET. CARLTON ý aU1111{!l IIil 111111lll lll1111111!lI {8111III1I tlhlillllll!Illi!111tý TI SMILE OF SATI5FACTION zJ g 'tEMOS SQUAS 1 PUREST. E BEST - For INFANTS & INVALIDS. "Admirably adapted to the wants of infants." -Sir Chan. A. Cameron, C.B., M.D. A Mother'o Testimony: Mrs. J. KCAIN;6. Rockingham Road. Doncaster. writes':' DOCTOR--- AT)VISED ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVE'S FOOD. I have reason to he ...

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SANDOWN PARK WEIGHTS. Saturday, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

, SANDOWN PARK WEIGHT; . Saturday, 31st Janua'y,3r hanmdicap IIurdle Race, two ' illes.--_['Alpin, 11.5; Donms, 10.11; Poomnai, Portlook, 10.5; llinch, 9.1,; CmnmionwealtI,; 9.9; Lucy Barr, 9.5; Seldom, Luxton, 9.'; Kildeer, Rlivulu, Idol Gun, 9.0. M ?lid'en Plate, five furlongs.-Diomed, -8.; Sir Jack, " Culian -iallast, Bombanili(r, Invcr.il; A11 dricu!a, Vinol, The Tuck. Wyneth. 8.0; Grec-nock, :Poppoe'a, ampus, G(oklen ]lo}k, La Carte, Dtfer-: ence, Philip, 7.9; Tleclo?? Rant-gal, leifOnist, Spegldisen, Boqluh, 6.12; Majestic Maid, Pink La1dy, Ncilus, .. . Sanilown Plate, six furlong-s.-Sci Prince, 9.91 Georgette, 9.7; Andelosia, 9.5; Aiirist,; 8.13; Brownleauf, 8.11: Antoinette, 8.9; -Pinkeiton, 8.5; Rosny,j Lord, .I.linois, o Coolag'u.nyah, 7.0; Lord Tuck, Arndel; 7.7; Lorne , ._.7.5; Fldrenal, 7.1; Handsome' Maid, 6.., Sandown Park IIandihap, one mile.-The .Beg gar Maid, 9.1; Rosevicw, 8.11; Diaho!o, 8.7; Earl Godwin, 8.8; Bl:ick Pan, 7.13; La George, 7.11; Sequarious, 7.5; In...

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HOME. THE "ODDS AND ENDS" WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

HOME.. THE "ODDS AND ENDS" WOMAN. It is the hour of glory of the "odds and ends" woman, for does not the shad6w of spring cleaning still hang over the land ? It is the hourwhen out of the way corners, little-used cupboards and unvisited lumber rooms are made to show up their contents. In the home of the woman of niethod and of sense a readjustment of sorme properties, or the relegation to the dustbin of some others, is the only extra which results from the annual turning out; but in the home of the "odds and ends" woman what confusion reigns ! It takes hours and hours to sort out the amazing collections :tflat have formed, to.,which every year adds and to which no spring cleaning brings diminu tion. The fundamental idea Twith the ''odds an ends" woman -is that everything "will come in useful." The idlea may take up one particular direction--household articles, or. china and glass, or knick-knacks, or dress, or books, or newspapers. This is bad enough, but sometimes the idea runs to ...

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SWEET LITTLE WOMAN O' MINE [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SWEET LITTLE WOMAN 0' MINEl She ain't any. bit of-a angel, This sweet little woman o' uhine; She's jest. a plain - woman; An' party, much human This sweect little woman o' mine. rer what wodld I do wilth a angel. When -1 looked for the Breligh', shine? When six little shiners Air wasetint their, dinners? , No! Give me this woman o' iinel T've hearnl lot o' wv:ulei called. "_ngels," An' lots .o' 'em tho ght it wt'z fine; But , give 'em the feathers, An' `me., in all .weathera. This sweet little woman o' mine. I jest ain't got nuthin' agin' 'em- -'These angels-they're good in .their line; But they're sorter above mel Thlsuk .leod that she'll ]ove nme- This dear little woman o' mine. .. .1. .

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PAMPERED PETS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

. PAMPERED PET& In England the .dog is losing his placo as. the 'faithful friend of. man, atli} is be coming the Pampered. det .of woman. Pur ing thle year 95' dog showar were held in England, and the majority of the exhibi tors were women. The worship of dogs has spread to all claseie of. the gentle sex, and they are working their own sweet wills in producing new types of well-known breeds and spoiling the old types. Women ,re on the perpetual look o'it for some thing new, and owing to their 'influence the. fashions in toy dogs are as ehangeful as the fashions in dress and' millinery. The adage that 'every.dog has his div,.in stead of being a message of hope for bet ter times, has become an ironical cmnmel?t on the impuulsiveltess with which woniian bestows her favors and the caprieiousnesj with which she withdraws them. ' The Bull Dog, the. Pug, the Poodle, the Fox Terrier, the Spaniel and: the D)chsbhund have each had his day as the gift of the fair sex. Each in his turn ...

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