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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

OPENIN(G OF PARLIAMENT. Reuter's correspondent at Capetown states:-"The opening of Parliament on Friday is awaited w:ith extraordinary in terest.. The crisis has brought the Eng lis'h and.Dutch into remarkable sympathy: This fact was strikingly illustrated by the public meetings anid fraternisations duaing the progress of the.mniobilisatioi. ' TheGo 'vernment's first duty is to obtain .an in demnity from Parlianient. It is,-oubtfui whether the Governmentr will proceed with the bills legalising and. controlling,. trade unions, and.. dealing, with . industrial . din putes. The strike was really a. ,,rotest against these bills. The Governmenta is lik' t p,,pcst iPae induetriavre giestidd :i-j 4131.1 ie-~j. ubbli :paesabna lave~ ibisiiiteill'

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
APPLICATION TO RESTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

APPL[CATION TO Ie LEST VN.: Before the Full Supreme. Court in Pre torin yesterday the application for an order restraining the Government from deporting the Labor leaders .was renewed. On 'the previous day Mir. Justice WXessels ha i de dlined to giant an order, on the..ground that he had not sufficient evidence before him. SWhen the -application was put forward the dcpar"tui'e of the deported men wias an nounced. Thlie-court allowed Mr. Lucas, counsel for the Labor leaders, to apply for the 'attachment of the officials concerned. for contempt of court. Mrh. Justice XWesels declared that he could not assume iupon a mere runior tbat the Goverinment waos going to lidnapn citizens and deport them e-cept by. act of Parlianmeht. Mr. Justice Mason remarked that he mil t inot he taken as concurriing in the view that the material before the court was insull.cient. He called tie Afttforney Gencical, who declared that he was' not a\iare of tie facts. Mr. T. G. T'ruier, Chief Commjssioncr of Po...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW THE NEWS LEAKED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

HO\W TI-IH S LPI KPl OUT . Neither the "-detectires nor' the raiii ay oflicials at Johanfiesburg were warned to hold themselves'in readihies, and n.heI-vtlie chief detective ultimately gave his: orders he told the men selected simply to bring their overcoats and handeuffs. The nelvs of' the deportation leaked out in Johannesburg through a civilian chancing to hear the inmates of the prison van. ing ing "The Red Flag" while they were being taken to' the train. He infornied :-he i hws papers... The Rand "Mail" published tbhe news, but" the authorities .theni :varned "ithe newspapers not to refer to t he matter, and all comment was forbidden. The deported men were removed on Monday. night, and w.rere conveyed in the prison van some. miles into the country, where they were placed in a train contiiu ing troops. They had no idea w-hithec they were going, but' :believed that they, were being taken to Pretoria. All the Wiht dows, and shutters of the carriage :?rere kept closed. PRIUSONEP S ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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80 Arnold-street, Bendigo. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

•SO A?olId.,itrcet- ne;?ndo. :; . Dear Ci/ndei'ella, .Thla is the first timhnI have witten -td you, and I ltolpn y letter wisll prove a sucess. W"e have taken ''The Leadcrs' foran long time, and I like reading the children's column very much. S&e ing there was a competition on- "nMy. Favorite &.4'lQIn of the"Yetr." I thought I would like to try for a pri?e. : My favoritc-setson is winter. :4lthouglh it is a cold. sc;asdi 1 like; it very mztch. It is nice when you colnme home from school to Cee a nice hot.cup.of tea or cocoa awaiting you. Then there Ire indoor picnics, &c. to go to, which you enjoy vcery-much. In winter we learn danc in ; wuich is most enjoyable on a cold' (lay. We have a 'nice skating rink uip here, and in the depth of ..winter it is very nice to go skating. There is one thing .in winter that I don't like ad well. as swmnmer and! that is to get up on a very cold nmorning and rude Jlaclk- Frost to coime along an,| givel you a nip which is not ...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mount Rowan. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

M.ount Robinn. Dear Cinderella,t-.' " As this is the first time I. iave written to you I would like to be accepted as one of your maliy friends. . 1 .ssaw by' 'The Leader" that; you are giving n. prize to the best letter published this month, the subject being', My- favorite season of the Year," so I am writing to try to win the prize. Spring is my favorite season of the year. In Australia the snaring" months are September, October aat?lNovenler. In the Spring all nature awakens and every 'thing is bright and gay.. Birds which go away fromi Victoria for the win.er mno'ths return again to their native homes when the' wanu 'wveather come`.' Some of the animals such as msnakes, lizzards,-and .bat and -many other things that sleep all the winter time come as it were to life again as soon as the warn weather returns. Spiing may be compared to childhood as the child Is always joyous and merry and com maunicates its gladness to others, :so. also it is with:Spribg, it makes us forget our, w...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CINDERELLA'S MONTHLY COMPETITIONS. JANUARY, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

I EIND1iREILA'S MONTiuLY COupl Ii-N - .JANUARY, 1914, Prizes of o-5/ 're doffered for- the :best Mena gerie letters. Class A: Children over 12 years. Class B: Children under 12 years: This competi-. tion is only open .to those :children who DID. NOT. w in. prizes in any of the .1913 competitions. Some imes :ti il difference between, the prize. winnerg s, and those wlio -get honorable: mention is very slight, and I want to give some of the "almost". ,prize winners a chance'. that I am sure none of the .successful' ones will -grudge them. -The Mena gerie _letters in August were particuilarly ; good;" tha, :ist :wbhy'. I have' choseni.that subject .:again. Entrles" closeon 31st January,. Follow carefully. the r iles :at- the head of the column'. ;JINDBRELLA.

Publication Title: Leader
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CINDERELLA'S COT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

:''' .CINDERELLA'S COT F'UND. niiioUnt previously ack o sedgedQ. £700 1 9

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

T hishe. May be ha in Walnut at 19. tlom Pos te-- greton request hbars. ato, £ 6/ o., ...,_ .Substantially Built of Solid Oalk, fine, .roomy, 4 ft. Wardrobe, 3 ft. 6 in. Duch esse Pair-built in our own Factories by Skilled -Wh ite Labor, and splendidly finished. M?ay be had in Walnut at £19. Catalogue Post Free on request. €has. Johnston & Co., Liberal "The Home 1Furnishers" Liberal. Terms Terms Arranged. CERTRUDE-ST-FITZROY-MELDOURNE. Arranged. ______e_____ SBENGER'S FooD for Delicate Children. When children are weakly. from birth or through illness the digestive strength is naturally sub-normal, and, as there is failure to extract full nourish ment from ordinary food, malnutrition results. Benger's Food is specially recommended* for overcoming the ill effects of malnutrition in growing children. For CHILDREN, INVALIDS, and the AGED, is sold by /rrggists, etc., everycwhere. Benger's Booklet-A little work of authoritt on thespecial feedingof Children, Invalids and the Aged. ...

Publication Title: Leader
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THE CHILDRENS COLUMN RULES FOR COMPETITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

• ._. 2 J - ...:. , .: . ....!: -:'ý-:oýý" .hU .n :OX SRULES FOR- COMPETITIONS. All ::manuscript must bear name, -address and. age of sender, clearly "written, thus: - Nam.. . *. :, . Class (A'.. or B.) ...... .. .. No Competitorto toe over .1G years of age. Com petitions to be neatly written oni one side of the paper only. No help to be received from other og#ple. ChildreFiir- ae exectdd to. honombly, o}i. serve.this-rule.. All letters are to, be addressed to "Cinderella," "The Leader" ..Offce, Melbourne. If enclosed in ::open : envelopes 'marked "MSS. . for publication;, they.can be sent for.one, penny up to 2.oz. I . ? .warding prizes, -'Cinderella" takes -into. a?O courit, not only the correctness of the ainswers, iut ithe neatness of the smslaiiscript and- the age i o .competitors.:

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. Piper-street, South Broken Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SPiperestreet, South'i Broken uill. Dear Cinderella,- This is the first-- time I have, Written :.to you' Mty iIncle Joe who :lives in :'Calnberwell, Victoria, sent my father last week's "Ieader" witli.the ac, count of the Melbourne show and I readithe let ters In the childreri's page and thought they ~.ere so nice that lI wanted to 'writQ you a letter so IL asked my rathier if I could and hoe said yes, ;if I thought :.I-could~ do it properly. ~fy Father told Ine when we lived in Victoria he used .to• take! the "Leader" every week, but I don't remeinber as I was too young, but I do remember the p'etty wild flowers that I used td pick and the green grass that I used to ioll in also the nice gar dens we had and I remember quite well the bmack ing I got on the fingers for picking some of' niy Father peas when they were just starting, to pad. I only'wiS?h I was .back ini' Dear old Victoria ;gain' to' see some green grass and to see the water ruri ning in the creeks and' to. hear the bird...

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Wooreen. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

- Wooreen, Dear Cinderella; This is the first time I have written to 'ou. .I go to school, and am ti, the third class. -ify mother tikes ",The Leadcr" every week, and. I like ireading the Children's Column. I have three sisters and two brothers: Their names are Kathleen, -Frances and Grace, Lawrence and Christopher. There are four of us going to school. Our eclhpol is called Wooreen. :. I halve been sick for the last three weeks, and I couldn't go to :,school. Ieonigatha is our nearest tovnship. It is 11I miles from our place. We have had somie hbad-weather this month. I think this is .all the news. Nob t forgetting to send "my love to the little ones ini the cot, and not forgetting your self. I rciTeain, y'ur loving friend, OHAIiLES P. M'CARTIN. Age. 31 years , months. Please iimy I write again, Ciomdeella? [I would like to hear from yoti again, Charles. -Ciiderella. ?I

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

1IEALTH DON'TS FOR BOYS Don't. neglect to use your toothbrush, epartigularly at bedtime.. Good teeth help you to keepi ' it i: SDuring the Boer War three tihousand •men were. inva&ided: :home on. account. of defectiyve teekh .if yoi4,j i ih to h.avo good 7teeth you must :?kep :them clean. .Don'?t: leave. fat' ;on your: plate when; i - s servedto you -vibhl.your meat?. =Fat feeds : ?e ~~v.es ·..If you want to 'have well-de veloped muscles you inust have good s' n erves. Don't thhink eit 'doen't mastel iv wether FSHERM~ O o~r-iA6.: your boot' ae sound or01 not It matters a.?lot-youi:health ?vill Sboii, uffer if yoiu wear leakl y boots, Don't give your motheil the "trolble'. of having to examne .youiboot to see whc: .'her they ought 'to- bii?sent: off: to -the boot mender or not. o ' Exainine. them yourself from: tiine t&o btime, and remember they will cost: imu.chl :qee to trend=f"erit' Wvhen" only -"j~l.Me ginning to go.".', Don't think. that it is. only a ''fad" to h...

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THE JOURNAL OF AURA LOVEL [COPYRIGHT.] V. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BY BAtRRY PAIN. [COPYR1GGHT.] V., A As'I came back from 'atlting this Morn ing I st;oppel at t jie' bo;ttom ,of' the-garden and devoured strawberries ,tihat were.i.hpt from the sun. That reminded me that I had:anot.. writtenr in my .journal for seme Weelks. 'he list time I: `wrote we Jhad shop strawvberries that :ind come from Kanmschatlka ori"vere forced under glass; or :somethiing; And iinow a e have our owvn ripe ;n the gairdn. Sir Johih coni esiere no longer. His Ior-' TIIE BY-PRODUCTS. - .5< S-- Loogan, the C?us~mnler: Thire's as: much lOurisflsient in a pint av peanuts as ill two .pounids av thU t: steak.: : ." " ..Groganthe Butcher: But there's no grarvy. an' neihin' for th' cat, an' no hash the nixt day ! trait is finished. He sent me a perfect chest youf could : .nt :.-,cal:- it =::a bow' oif different .-.lkinds- _of -: chocolates, and on the card inside he had written:- "Something .to get nightmares with." ?e ."'is: too curious;,-:- He ,lknows every thing there ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOY'S TERRIBLE DISCOVERY. MOTHER BATTERED TO DEATH. WOMAN'S HUSBAND ARRESTED. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

BOY'S .TERR IBLE DISCOVERY. MIOTHER BATTERED TO DEATH. WTOMiAN'S HUSB AND AP.TESTED. SYDN.EY, Wednesday. -Early this morning a brutal murder was committed at W?averley, the victim being Eliza -Mullen, a middle aged woman. iSub sequently the murdered woman's husband was arrested anc lodged in the Reception House at Dailinghurst. The .murder was discovered by WVm. Mul len, son of deceased. He is engaged on a new-spaper'. run, and his mother had been accustomed to wa ke him about 5 o'clodk. This - morning he woke albout a. quarter to G6, and. thilkinng it strange that he had not been roused as .usual] went into his rmother's room. There a fearful sight met"hlis-eyves. His mother was lying on.the :bed, her :head battered and gashed beyond recognition. The bed clothing.was saturated with blood, which was also splashed on the walls and ceiling. The lad ran screaming from the room, and alarmed other miembers of the family. A doctor was summoned. and with the p)olice was quickly on the scen...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LABOR TROUBLES THE RAND STRIKE. THE DEPORTATION ORDER. GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSIBILITY. JOHANNESBURG, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

.LA.OR TROU L i THE. DEPORIT TTIO ) RDE: GOE Ti-B:1.P\.lTE1Tr',S IE:SPdNSI IFI ry " H.3 lc "- ANESBUR~C~ :29th January. : Tie ten Labor leadenrs w'hose depo~irt ??o from South Africa' aas' ordred by. e o vernmicnt- r. Mi aitsoil, president of -oti 'Trades Federation;.iMr. Bain, th-esecretary of thie federation; ,r.r Poutsma, generdi secretary of the Amalgamated ,ci-t. -. Rairay" and {Harbor Sfervants;: `dicsia. Mason, Crawford, Waterston -and IKedali, prominent Sociatists,:. and :essrs. Ockerrall, Livingstone axid' Morgan-sailed. aboard' tle steamer Ungera;, wlii&li left Dird ai;-'two hours after midriiglit o? Tuesday..

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUMP FROM MOVING TRAIN. A SEAMAN KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

JUMP FROM MOVING. TRAIN. A SEALMAN KILLETD. On WVednesday evening three seamen from steamer Ceramic, lying at Port Mel bourne pier, Thomas .Gannon (29), fire= man; Andrew. Conway, able seaman; .and Bernard Cain, boatswain, spent some 'hours in the metropolij, and joiirne.yed to Port RMeiboutihi by Ii pt 'lF in tira' Th'i 3xiemd h ad idd -a drii, r t?,o, li t, aceoi-d .oto all a?:!?itable" 'eidence, were qniit" sober; Y.et, beig: stiaersig to :thlie ,ort, they faiied .to recogaise the ttermin;is, and think ing. there, ws still aniotheir station aihead sat ini the cfiriager talkintg t'til the traia blegan to miio.-e baclk: tobards 1M\elbourne. Cain was -first to realise -the position of affairs, and calling to hlis. companions .to foliow,, lie.jumped out on the platform. Conway followed, and Gannon scrambled after himi. Tlih hstnini d miade the imis take, however, of. jumping out .? ith hi l back t-owards the .enine, with the resultl that ihe -vas thrown off his feet. Rolling over the...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WIFE'S WILL. "SO LONG AS HE REMAINS SINGLE." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

A WIFE'S WILL. 'SO LON( AS HE JREMA N'S SINGLE." Rachael Hayman, late of Bay-street,.Port Melbourne, married, who died on 7th Sep tember last. left by will dated 31St Janu ary, 1911, estate in Victoria valued for pro bate purloses at £896. There was also estate in New South W ales. She stated in her will, '_after payment of my just debts, funeral and testamnentary expenses, I give, devise and bequeath unto Henry Hunt Hayman, fore his own use, 'so long- as he remains single,' the rents of certain pro perties in North Sydney, and also in I ort and South Melbourne." The will provides that on the death or' remarriage of the husband the property shall be divided amongst the children of testatrix.

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SOLICITOR DISAPPEARS. ARRESTED ON EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE. BENDIGO, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SOLICITOR DISAPPEARS. ARRESTED OON 1IMBEZZLEMEi'V OHAIRGE. BENDIGO, Thursday. Quite a stir was canged in the city to day wthen it became known that Sub Inspector Dwyer had received a telegrami intimating that Detective Currie had effect ed the arrest at Edward's Beach, rear Sydney, of Julius Fritz Leypoldt, barrister and solicitor, who mysteriously disappeared from Bendigo in October; 1912, and for whose apprehension a warrant was issued shloitly afterwards on a charge of embezzle nient: The amount specified in the war iant is £300, but it is alleged that ac cused's liabilities amount to about I15,001. the principal suffrers being the Bank of Victoria, £2600; Commnercial Bank, £2000;. Dr. H. Boyd, £1300; Mrs- E. Mueller, £1600; Madame Cadorin, £350; n r. Chris. Mueller, £750; and Mr. G?o. Cooper. £300. When he left Melbourne all trace of his wheleabouts was lost, and no tidings, were heard of him until recently, whent the local police received,. confidential information that he had ...

Publication Title: Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUDDEN DEATH IN A TRAIN. LADIES MAKE DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

SUDDEN DEATH IN A TRAIN. LADIES MAKE DISCOVERY. While on his way to business in the city on Thursday an elderly man named Samuel Hume collapsed in the 9.14 a.m. train from Essendon, and died a few minutes after he 'had been removed from the carriage to the 1Flinders-street platform.. Mr. Hall, station maater, noticed two lady passen gers hurriedly vacate a compartment just as the train was about to move off. He went to investigate, anid found a man huddled up in the corner in a state of col lape. T1he train was stopped and the man was removed to the platform.: Hel died almost immediately. He resided at Bay View-terrace, Ascot Vale, and was mar ried.

Publication Title: Leader
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ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. MELBOURNE BRANCH FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 31 January 1914

ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE. MELBOURNE BRANC-H FO1RMED. At a meeting of Melbourne Fellows, of the Royal" Colonial Institute, held in the Town Hall on 1Wednesday, it was resolved that a Melbourne 'braunch n?F J he institute be formed, and a sulb-committee was ap pointed to arrange prelimiinaries. The question of providing a club house at Bisley for the use of Australian riflemen. -isiting England: to compete in interna tiolial matches, ewas brought up Iby Dr. J. .W. Barrett, who read a communication; fromn the Minister of Defence, Senator -Millen,' stating that the cost of such a 'building was estimated at £3000, and the .Home tauthorities were prepared to provide a- site. Canada and prominent English as: sociations 'had sudlh club houses, and they were found to be of the greatest advan tage to teams. in .assurina better discipline and increased facilities for practice. The Minister added 'that he did not feel justified ini asking the Gove'nment to give .the amount, in view of the many ...

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