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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

CHAPTER XV. We have had a brief acquaintance witli two young ladies, both beauti ful, one being as beautiful in soul as in face, , and the other using her beauty to attract men to her, to ex hort But what is the use of say ing anything about Mildred Moore ? It shall now be our pleasure to get a glimpse of another, and one in , whom wc shall, I hope, take an in : terest equal to, if not greater than that which either of the others has j inspired. Wc must precede Helen to ; Marchmerc, and witness the home life of that Marion whose gossipy letter perhaps aroused some little curiosity concerning her personality. Behold, then, on a keen, frosty morning in the late autumn, a peace ful country scene in shire. The leaves of the deciduous trees in the splendid park arc fallen, or arc in | their last bright_hues of magnificent ? decay. No snow has yet fallen. There 1 i» a crispncss in the air, a brightness to the sunlight, that makes lifosccm worth living. Two or three men aro working on the ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 10. CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED N* ..IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. Oy S. W. Hopkins, Author o! Pour BraBs I'latcs," otc., etc PART 10. OHAI'TEIl XIV.-(Continued.) "But," said Mb uncle, "the difficul ties arc insurmountable. In the lirbt place, you tie yourself down to u constaut attcndanco on an irrespon sible man. You leave yourself no timo for rest or enjoyment. Then there is the difficulty of travelling with him without provoking unpleas ant comment. How will you ir.ot over the absence of name ? How will you avoid unpleasant features at hotels ? I think the scheme in wild, myself." "Scarcely that," replied the doc tor. "I have studied it out pretty well. Of course, I shall give him a name before I start, and shall'«li ill him into the use of it. Cummings will como with mo and relieve mo of the strain of actually caring for him. And I shall also take Trimble, who is invaluable under such circumr.Um CC9. Ho has ljmdo two trips across with me before,...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RUNNER BEANS AND DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

! HUNNUR BEANS AND DROUGHT. 11 Vegetarian," writing to an Eng lish paper, gives the results of water ing runners (luring a drj spell. Oh-* serving that one of his neighbours had very poor results, although the roots were well watered, ho set to work In his own garden by watering avrow at the roots only, never al lowing the water to touch tho leaves, whilst a second row was treated, by watering both leaves and roots, with the result that the latter produced potts a foot long, whilst the former only gave ,pods of three Iricnes. I "Vegetarian" says that in a wet season very few p6Vls fail to set, but that during a dry spell it is not so, and that artificial watering of leaves as well as roots is nocessary to se cure a good setting of pods. j Some people work into the poultry .business, while others drop in, and, not understanding how to swim, flounher about and are drowned. Dislike of detail is a prominent cause of failure with poultry, which demands close undivided attention to the sm...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUIT CREATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

FRUIT CREATIONS. A few years ago tlio rural world was very much agitated about the reports concerning the wonderful re sults following the work of plant breeding, which had been carried out by Luther Burbank. Some of these reports were very much discounted, and, indeed, one of the American farm papers exposed what it claimed was a fraud upon the public so call ed the wonderberry. Still it was far as utility was concerned of the plant afterwards shown that any roisrepre-. sentation which might have cropped up was not the result of anything thf^t Burbank might himself have said, but due 'to the zeal of the syn dicate which undertook to put his plants upon the market. The hostile criticism, therefore, waned so as to give time a chance to prove the» util ity of the creations which the brain of this had designed. Some of these plants are being tried in Australia, and there are very warm advocates oT at least a few of them to be found amongst the experimentalists. Bur bank's greatest succ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CENTRE POLES ABOLISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

CENTRE POLES ABOLISHED. Cr Thomson (trust representative) reported to the Malvern council on Monday that the trust had accepted, the tender of Stewart and Lloyd (Australian) Limited for contract No. 4 (street poles) at £6680 6/8. The poles will be removed from tho centre of the road in High-street, Glenferrie-road and Wattle Tree-road and the new poles placed on the sides.

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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TRAFFIC RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

TRAFFIC RETURNS. Statement of traffic returns for the month of January, 1914:-Car miles 158,124; passengers carried) 1,444, . 665; revenue, £9999 1.3/7. The increased in Jauuary of this year over last year aro as follow:-Oar miles, 93,982; passengers carried, 827,044; revenue, £6040 18/.

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Why Cocoa is the Vegetable Egg. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Why Cocoa is the Vege table Egg. Cocoa can ho compared to a vegetable egg;, because, liko tho egg, it contains everything necessary for tho building of tho unimul body. When we annlyse cocoa wo find it u perfect natural food. Analysis teaches us that it contains a fair proportion of nitrogenous matter in the shapo of gluten, a very largo proportion of fat, a consider able amount of starch, so much mineral matter, and, Anally, a sti mulant . of its own called theo bromine. Cocoa is an excellent substitute for tea or coffee, especially to those who arc over-stimulated by those beverages. Puro cocoa is easily digested. 13ut bo suro that you get it puro. Avoid all such prepara tions of cocoa in which other substances luivo been mixed. If you Und that one brand of cocoa docs not agree uRli you, try another; until you find the one which is best fitted for your constitution. Cocoa was discovered ..by tho Spaniards when they first landed iu Mexico, being there used by tho 11a Lives in largo...

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

Jrident £xtraet of JYtalt. A delicious building-up Food for Old and Young. Md& ead,Tins'

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A Homesick Baboo. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

A Homesick Baboo. ''C'TJtU'.LICMtfiili Baboo Is a. feature of twImn.Jtfc. . A..{rarrol'Jiku memory . furnishes him wi th u large and var ied 'vocabulary, but.' as a l-nlc Oio has -a very. ha/.y notion oi-' the-cor*? reel. :usu v of the - . ICngltsh idioms' .whichpho? employs <vso;frcoly ^ ur. his c on w wit km J ho rc till is lti/i lulnly^liuiuordtibT^ find adds*1 much'to' Uhc ."H()iiie\vliut: »(.s6tinty-\Joys- .ofvibiisi-. IHSS liio -Jii a tropical climtUe C.'oKul P.ib joined his palms in .supplication as ho enteicd liib mas ter« ,. ?ofJtco; ' ''I'rotcctoiv. ofv-thuj poor," ho said, translating, literally the high-Moun Uilontn) ^phrases, VkindJv grant the petition v of- your: luimhle . slave "for Ion. days'-...'loavo'of absence: from'.this . abominable r-city, on account - of- nuuto.: homesickness.'' .'Ihjt, Uahoo,"' ^expostulated hi9 i pn/.vleil innstc'iv: '.'how can . you . . Lie. : homesick ? . our . homo, is vim. this d t.v,iaiul? :> your parents; ; . wif«^ 'aiur....

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Malvern Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Malvern Polios Court. At the Malvern court on Monday, before Messrs Hattam, M-'Millan, Brinsmeacl, Patterson, Anderson, Puis and Carroll, J's.P,, Ruby Eddy and Lily Carlton were each fined 5/, with 5/ costs, for travelling in a first class . carriage on a second-class tickct.. For a similar offence S. .Thring; who did not appear, was fined 20/, with 7/6 costs. DEBT. >Chas. Foster v Wm. Hopwood, senior.-Claim for £8 5/3. Order ; for the amount, with 15/ costs. W: J. Hocking v R. J. Freeman. Claim for ^13 11/3. Order for the amount, with ;£l .3/6 costs. O'Neill v Alfred Holt.-Claim for £1 7/. Order for amount, with 10/ costs. .? ?: f# C. J. Waters v James R. Dunn. Claim for /7 6/6; with 5/ costs.'c Isabel May Corney v Mrs Thom son.-Claim' for £1 14/, with1 13/ costs. ?" V Ji.hn O'NeillvR.-Levison.-Claim for 12/6, professionalexpenses:' Case dismissed' ;' I T. J." Hindrick was fined 20/, in I default distress, for Tailing to attend .the court in connection with a claim -by G. R Miii...

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Love on Board Ship. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Love on Board Ship.. ' 1 An incident which occurrod on board a P. and O. steamor on hot* way out from England Is interest ing. A young lady travelling first class was going to India to get married to her fluncc, but on board ship sho developed ti strong nlTcc* tlon for a fellow-passenger., They became engaged before Aden was reached. When ,t.ho ship arrived at port . the young lady -despatched ./ia ; letter to her prospective husband in India, intimating the fact of her engagement, to a gentleman she had met on bonnl, and stating ,-thnt sho had lost her heart to him and must break olT the engagement. A day or two out, from Adon,/ however* a change cume< over mat ters. The young lady, for. some \ reason or other, repented of the love. match, but found herself in a quan dary, for the boat was not duo at her destination in India until ^Ion day or. Tuesday. On thu: other, hand,: the. letter containing tho fate ful information would reach tho linnee on Sunday I Tho only way ou...

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Dog Feeds Hens. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Dog Feeds Hens. An Judiana farmer aamotl Sitka claims that his dog takes tho prb.o for intolligonco, and points to nn incident showing this and an un usual frleudshlp botu'eon tho dog and his prUo poultry. Sitka's grain is kopt In a small shed ho hind tho house, and Sitka found that when ho left the' door of this shed opon tho chickens would enter and feed themselves. This led hhu to plnco a spring on tho door so Hint It would close of its own ac cord when open, nnd would only need a push to open it. Much to his sitrpriso Sitka found that his grain disappeared at an alarming rate despite all his precautions, and this led him to investigate. Seated at his window and watch ing tho door of tho shed, his atten tion was drawn to tho dog, which sneaked hp to the door, followed by several hens. Then tho mystery was explained when tho dog pushed ngninst tho door with its nose and held it open while tho lion& entored, gorged themselves, and retired to roost.

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Why to Shun Banisters. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Why to Shun'Banisters. If wc expect to avoid cominpr ir.« contact..with all. sorts of. dreaded* disease. germs. we . should nvoidv catching hold of .the stair bonis-., tors on the stairway whore pcoplo-:. of- every, wulk'of .life are passing.. h<Mitl\ - We natuiull<\ slide ,UIII hunt] til» or down tho , bnmster as av myitis of; support -or protection, but\ by so doing .i.\vo^ are placing - oursol- - ves in much greater daug^iy : Caretakers of ull public build-^ nigs should: bo . compelled to ; keep the stair humsters: ;us cieunv u&>..poH~>/ sible.' A carbolic . \vnsh,sor-'Othcr.> antiseptic should be iimhI. In school buildings the Ht.uiuayb should be made in such a . munner as to# avoid the.Tbunlstcr, Iron railings vor>-banisters are inoro ? sanitary than . wooden : ones, and easier to keep . clean. > llruss ones; are worse than wood. . Lifts lunu killud a few people,.mil at the same time they.'have saved the lives of thousands In per...

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Snake Fascinated by Cat. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 6 February 1914

Snake Fascinated by Cat. v - : It is staled that the cat ban hyp notic power over snakes. A gen tleman who had lived forty-six -yours in India .writes thnt.Mv been twico saved by his cat. On one occasion ho walked to i ne . \i? randa and actually trod.on acob ralhat was- sitting. up ready to; strike, lie expected every minute to feel the deadly fangs, and wondered why- it delayed, when, looking : round, he noticed his cat crouching and gnzing at the. rcptilo tfith mes meric -effect,. for .it seemed unable to move, and while in this . condition he killed-it.* . Another. time, when .sleeping on an open cot 111 the ve randa, lie woke to find on one side of the bed a huge cobra w'lth hend erect; ready to strike; oil the oilier the glistening green eyes of his cat. '1 he ;snake renmined quite still, so he ran into the.room to fetch, a. gun, and, coming * back; poked the reptile's head -with the barrel, but it (lid not take;the slightest notice, and seemedo likc va stuffed and lifeless cr...

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MEN AND HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 13 February 1914

MEN AND HORSES. (Dy ELllEUT, II IJIHIAK1).) . . An.v Embassy ^attache . :in / Deri in sends mc a . circular' that is ., be ing (list.nbulod . thrau^U fthc t«er niaii nmo f > : . A free trnnslutiori .- of ' this circular is ns follows . ..» '.Aloii. and ..llorses;:;,\Tiw (hc,;aniiy-of<. Uiu .- f'atherland liorsosvlmvc uUvays pluycd an. iniporlnut^.pnrt.'Wo vi a grcnt -dcbt vto^ur- horses, , for terrM vice : both -ill' Uimesivofviwarj. -.niul i peace . s J | 'And it' is hoped that -all good sol-, diers will see (o itvthut the i'Jghts i of our chimb brothers ;are respectedr "Onr horses. nro entitled to t food,: water, bedding, -and/ shelter; .'- just p\atlly as a trpopei* is N VBut ibi'yond this: it/ must <bo ru uienihercd that -a"horse should not be -insullud . or distressed;- either - by cruel * tieatment 01 ^heinent lun guage : '«To. curse ;a. horse v is just . as bad as* to -.curse a man. o : v? ftrerhaps -it ls: worse, smcc a man may stuke back,v but the h...

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VANITY MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 13 February 1914

VANITY MACHINE. (By C! AlUtETT P. SERVJSS.) A French inventor has contrivcil an improved meatus of nattering hu man vanity, in the form of nn nu to-photographie mnchine, witHXN to-pho'togrnphfc machine, with whoso aid the sitter can choose nois own pose and arrange his own expres sion, without the intervention or a third person. " All he has to do is to place him self on a stool besldo tho ma chine, look into a mirror, Jix his hair, and his neck-tie, and graduate Ii.b smile to suit his mood ot his fancy, and then .drop a coin in a slot, or, if jt is a private ma chine, owned hy himself, touch a button, whereupon the mechanism sots to work, takes his photograph, develops it, transfers it to a card, fixes it, and, at tho end of three minutes, 'delivers tho finished pho tograph, in a permanent form, in a box at the bottom of the appa ratus; Tho entire process is effected by means of a. system of electro-mug mjts, and nearly all the steps are visible, to the sitter, \\1io can umuso hims...

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ACTED WORSE THAN THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 13 February 1914

ACTED WO USE THAN THE HOUSE, Tlii! old party from tho eoun-: try and her small son were driving ! to town when a lingo motor-car | bore down upon them. Tin? horse was badly frightened an«l began to pranee, whereupon the old lady leaped down and waved wildly to tho chauft'eur, screaming at the top of her voice. ' The chnffcur stopped the ear and .offered to help to get the horse past. "Tiiut's all right," said the boy who remained composedly in the carriage, "1 can manage the. horse. You just lead mother past,"

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Fed by a Shepherd's Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 13 February 1914

Fed by a Shepherd's Dog. One morning a Scottish shepherd went -to inspect his flock among tho Grampioti Hills. His little boy of four years old accompanied him. A. mist began to rise, and tho shep herd hurried ou, leaving his kittle boy ut n spot where ho said he would return to hint; Tho fog grew denser, and soma time passed beforo the shepherd had-rounded his Hock. When he returned to: look for his child, lie could not find hint; Ho called long and loud, ; but/ there, was no answer. Then lie himself lost his way, and not till the moon rose was ho able to trace his wny* home. The little boy had not 're turned, and all the next day f hls parents searched in vain. His dog, on receiving the accustomed ban nock in the morning, scampered olt at full spcod across the moor and was away all day. Ncxfc morning the same thing occurred. The fol lowing day the shepherd followed the dog, with the cako in his mouth; and watched him enter a cave. When ho came up, (here was his child unhurt, seate...

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Straightening a Tenon Saw. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 13 February 1914

Straightening a Tenon : : Saw. After the tenon saw has been set and filed quilo a . number rof times it will become, sluck .and.kinky along tlio suw tooth edge. -:3f the Straightening a Tenon Saw - > saw is properly constructed, one tup'; of the hummer on (he hack nt Uio extreme end will straighten it in stantly. -A. 13. in tho ''Sciciitific American.".

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FLOORED, FOR ONE IN HISLIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 13 February 1914

J FLOORED, FOR ONOE IN HIS LIFE Barrister Outran once met his matob >ln a port, jolly, keen-eyed son of Erin, . who was up as a witness ia a cusu of dis lpate io the matter of a horse deal. Mr. 'Corran ranch deuired to break down the ^credibility of this witness, and thought (lo do it by making the man contradict 'himself-by tangling him up in a net' . work of adroitly-framod questions-but .to no avail. The ostler was a companion to 8am Weller. His good oomtnon 'sense, and jfcil equanimity and good nature, were iaofe to be overturned. By-and-by, Mr. ?Carrcm, iu a towering wrath, belched {forth, as not another counsel would hava .4ared to do in the presence of the court: "Sirrah, you are incorrigible I Tha .truth is noi to be got from you, for U is .otinyoa. 1 see the villain in you face |" 44 Faith, yer honour/' said the witness, with the most simplicity of truth and /Ifconesty, 44 my face must be moity clan* ?.nd alunin', indade. if it can reflcot like -that." For once in bis li...

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