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Knotty Problems. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 November 1914
Knotty Problems. * "Pa/' said little Bobby, who had heon allowed to sit up a while after supper with the under Handing that ho was to ask- no foolish questions. "Can you do everything ?" "Yes." "Can you make* & two-foot rule with only one end to it?" "Shut up and let your pa read a i little." I A short silence and again Bobby I piped in. "Can you make tho clock strike less than one, pa?" | "One more question like that," said his father, "and off to bed you go." Another short silence, and once more Bobbie 'chimed in. ^ i "Pa, can 1 a camel go ten days without water?" | "Yes, boy." "Well, how many daysv can ho go if he had water ?" The sound of a hurried shuffling was immediately heard, and Bobby was. landed into bed in two min utes. i A man purchased some red flan nel shirts guaranteed not to shrink, j Ho reminded tho salesman forcibly : of tho guarantee sonio weeks later. ! " Have you had aiiy difficulty ! with them?" tho latter asked. "No ; replied the customer ; "only 1 th...
A Bag Holder. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
A Bag Holder. | The bag holder shown in the sketch is designed to hang on a. ; barrel, bin, truck, or any other convenient place. The parts arc made of strap iron and shaped^as shown, requiring no exact langths. he yoke should bo the size of the bng top. The Tf-shaped pieces at tho sides permit tho top . of the ;.SHCk to be turned over tho yoVc. ; Two clips are riveted to the mov ing part, projecting over and catch-. i»g on the yoke sides to prevent it: ifrom dropping too far down. The hooks and vertically extending parts are need to hold it. on a box or barrel. To fill the bag, plac« 'its upper edge over the hook at the back and between the yoke, so that the origo overhangB. The clamping hand is drawn down over the bag top, where it holds the cloth se curely without injury.
Fire-flies as Flashlights. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
Fire-flies as Flashlights. ? ' 1 , Travellers and tourists in Mexico ore invariably attracted by tho won derful skill and Ingenuity displayed by the Indians in the making of miniature objects which they offer for sale. Tho littlo dolls, for In stance, at Cuemavnca, Jin. tall, and dressed in finely embroidered raiment, are the admiration of every one who sees them. Bat perhaps tho most wonderful of. all are tiny crossed fleas which may be bought in Mexico . City. They are nil mounted in small boxes, which are littlo moro than Jin. each in dimension. Iforo are a brido and bridegroom, the former with her bridal veil and ornnge blossoms, and .the latter with his Prince Albert coat nnd silk hat. Uallet dancers dressed in true Spanish dancing lostumes, bull-fighters in full r«« galin, and water-carriers with their water-jugs are also represented among tho dressed fleas of Mexico City. Some further interesting facts re garding Mexican insects are related in the ' National Geographoc Maga z...
Perils of Parachuting. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
Perils of Parachuting. f Ballooning is, of course, a danger ous occupation, and there arc few parachutists who have not met with some accident during the course of their carecr. . Ono of these, named E. Markeberg, some years ago, had some very narrow escapes, and one in particular result ed in such serious injuries as to confine him to the hospital for four months. He was making a night ascension, followed by a search light. The start from the ground was successfully mado, but in mak ing the parachute descent he landed between two houses together; and the parachute collapsing failed to support his weight, with the result that he was precipitated some con siderable distance to the ground be low. Mr. Markeberg's most thrilling adventure, however, and from which he escaped without a scratch, \yas the time his balloon caught fire and burned. This happened in San .Francisco, and the exciting incident j was seen by the writer. Just as ! the monster bot-air bag was cut | loose, it was seen...
The Naturalist. A SPIDER, NOT AN INSECT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
The Natoraiist. A SPIDER, NOT AN HfSECT. "nh"° ?, °r,idffr'" "n«t surely I inQ_. 0h' denr "o : spiders and ":r nu0t ,doBt|e«l-remolc con r.octlons perhaps, but not members of tho same fnmily." 8 The spider-hater, if sho is _ i Z7 T' KotlUy' how >et she probably ,Qnsi,le" * ciuZ h"'atinCi'y PedTU°- of course, she argues, a spider is on I insect since it is neither bird fil nor mammal, and that, I fancy % W most people look ,.lt thomttt.| J*»t not nil; not for . . ",rvstarr:r,^f inWme/ "T'" ^ , d- r ^ at,o«t the spi the »p,dCr is nn nnimnIj nndT ^ to turn"0 1 l,nd P®*"T I nuthoritv h than .°no '«"* of I mainly by tho evidTnTof ,c£" 'fil PItiUlV" ,T £~l?SrJ~z tion been put to them, "d r h whether ono ;n . -1 "oubi lees of £ ,h" Countert the about ;£^S*'»f ^e fly, bufhlen°dto tVS°foramCS CnrC,CSS^ ' dance af « u 0 rea&lt;Je»' will *>'aiice at a house flv Ko ".mi tee U* ^rh-edxxr^ havf six""^ thLTZm- TnSCCts + . iv . vhilc before they nt tain their perfect statc they usuaH ...
Royal Cinemas. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
Royal Cinemas. 1 'Hie keen interest which the Royal Famiiy have of late displayed in conncction with cinematograph en tertainments is likely at Bucking ham Palace and Windsor Castle. Arrangements are at the present time being ma.de for providing the Royal palaces with appliances of their own, in order to permit of films being" shown at short notice. The King and Queen recognise in film pictures a development which ihas obvious elements of permanent I interest and value, and they arc de sirious of enabling the younger | generation to benefit fully by this ! : source of information and enjoy- \ jment. There can bo an electric! I projector provided for ubc at the i Royal residences as required, in | the manner already adopted by one of the Rothschilds for the c-isplay of films privately taken under ama teur conditions'; but this haB not yet been settled, it being felt that operators necessarily prefer to use their own projecting instruments. A film library, however, is to be formed gra...
State Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
State Elections. The Sla!y elections were held yes terday, and conti Kls took place for 4&lt;y seats. In Toor-tk Mr Nornmi* Biyles was returned by a majority of nearly 5000 votes. Results: BOORONDARA. Madden ... ... 7929 > Charrett 3537 Majority fur Maddon 4392 PRAI1RAN. '? Mackinrton ... 4913' j Duke ... ... 446.2 Majority for Maclcinnon 451 , ST. KILDA. ' McCutcheon ... 5975 Smart 3282 Majority, McCutcheon 2689 TOORAK. V Bayles ... ... 7047 Behrend 2118 Majority for Bayles 4929
A Decorative Spill Holder. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
A Decorative Spill Holder. Dainty and decorative little arti cles hung upon the walls make a wonderful difference to the appear ance of a room, and in our sketch we show a particularly pretty hol der for spills that can be made without difficulty by clever fingers. For making it, in the first place, a diamond-shaped piece of stiff cardboard must be cut out and covered on that side which is to be the front with cream-coloured satin, and for the back any odd remnant of ma tcrinl can he used, ' as it will not be visible when the holder is hang ing up, but, prior to covering the curd, the pockets must be sewn in their plnccs. These pockets are cut out jp one piece of satin and lined with soft silk, _ and seamed down the ccntre to make the two divi sions. The pretty floral design which appears tipon each of them consists of three palo pink blos soms and four leaves worked in various shades of green. The Holder is edged throughout with a crimson silk cord carried into three little loops a...
Lecture on Town Planning [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
Leoture on To*wa ; Planning;-'' At the invitation of the CaulSt-ld. conncil Mr C. Reads (01 ganiser Aus tralasian town planning tour) oa Wednesday night delivered a lectuie in the local Town Hall on "Garden Cities and Town Planning.'' There was a f:tir attendance, and Or F. VV. Eggleston, mayor, piesided. By the' aid .of slides the lecturer coiurasted cities laid out uinler the town plann ing sy-tem with the congested areas around Melbourne. The lecture was folljwed with inlerest, an I Mr Reade was accorded a vote of I hanks, on the motion of Crs E. J Murphy and Noel Murray. The following lesolution, moved by Mr Paynor, and seconded by Cr Fiske, was unanimously car ried:-''That in the'opinion of this meeting a town planning act should | be enacicd in Victoria " Cr Renfrey has given notice to,\ move, at the next meeting of that body, that St. Itilda council withdraw all opposition to the proposal to carry the IJighstrect, Prahran, electric tramway through Albert Park to the beach. Ra...
HOW TO MAKE TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
HOW TO MAKE TEA. It cannot ho too often repeated that tea which has boiled or which has boon infused for a long time is productive of indigestion, and parti cularly when it is taken at the same time as meat or fish. The Chinese make their tea by using large quantities of tea and strain ing off the infusion as soon as the water has been poured on the leaves. By this method tea is at, its best, as the stimulating; sub- I stance of tea is given up imme-' rtiatoly, and the only result of keep ing the wat.cr for long on the! leaves is to increase the tannin in the tea and give it a higher co lour. Tea whioh has to he kept hot for tardy members of the family should vbe strained ofl into on- j other pot. I
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) UNDER THE BAN OF THE CZAR, OR, THE WINNING OF ISOLDE. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) UNDER THE BAN .OF THE CZAR,® ; OB, THE WINNING OF ISOLDE. 3y St. Gcorgn Hnthbomo, Author oI "Omar Kassam," etc. SYNOPSIS OP PREVIOUS PARTS. Owen Dugdale, the wealthy owner of an estate in Leinster ; an artist, journalist, and idler, and an impul sive Irishman, has mapped out for himself a month's journey in South ern Russia. His passport, through a blunder on the part of the officials, calls for Owen Dugdale and wife, a luxury ho has never possessed. Naturally this leads to strange and ridiculous complications as in Bohe mian fashion hp, wanders over the plains and mountains »of Russia. Evening is sotting in as his telega driven by Vladimir, a Don Cossack, who fears neither'man nor.: devil; ap proaches tho . town of .Rustchuk. Shortly .-after.passing a mounted; mili-r tary, officer and two Cossacks, our traveller discovers a wrecked telega in his path, On investigation Owen is startled by the discovery that the luckless vehicle is occupied by a lady and he bec...
DAMP LINEN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
DAMP LINEN. Nothing nuty ho attended with more serious consequences thnn sleeping in damp linen. Persons are. frequently assured that the sheets have hrcn at the fire for many hours; | but the question is as to what sort of fire, and whether they havo been properly turned, so that every part has been exposed to the fire. The fear of creasing the linen pre vents many from unfolding it, so ns to ho sufficiently aired ; but health is of more importance than appear ances.
PART 7. CHAPTER XIX. "FOR LIBERTY! STRIKE HOME, VLADIMIR! TO THE GATE!" [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
PART 7. CHAPTER XIX. "FOR LIBERTY ! STRIKE HOME, VLADIMIR t TO THE GATE I" The Russian colonel was no fool. He realised that there might be high stakes involved in this game, and hence it would pay him to use an extra amount of precaution. 'Then, again, little dramas of this character were an unusual occurrence in this benighted region. Smolensk might as well have been at the other end of Siberia for all the pleasure he was able to extract from life, and he was in no particular hurry to bring, the entertainment to a conclu sion. . Glimpses bad been had of a party of horsemen galloping madly down the mountain road and heading for the town. When they arrived, doubt less the nut would be cracked, the enigma solved. He could well afford to wait. With Dugdale it was quite another question, for he Vjnew delay must be fatal to all his hopes. General Grats cbeff was even closer than they ima gined, arid was apt to come whirling through the gate at any moment. The colonel looked at the occu ...
CHAPTER XX. THE END OF THE MAD CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
CHAPTER XX. THE END OP THE MAD CHASE. Tbc response to Dugdale's shout was immediate. | A Cossack yell, fierce enough to startle a man of iron nerve, the snaP | of the cruel whip upon the flanks of the leading horse, already in motion, \ and away went the dust-covered tele-: ga with a mad rush towards the' southern gatewaj. Dugdale heard the doughty colonel scream with sudden fury, just as an enraged animal in a cage might do. The roar of the whirling telega pre vented him from catching, the full tenor of his outcry, but he could easily give a guess as to its nature, and, moreover, it mattered very lit tle, after all, what he said. Other things held Owen's attention. There was the lieutenant, for in stance, who had been seated beside the isvochik. When the sudden start was made he floundered about like one who had lost his head, and came within an ace of falling back in Dug dale's lap. That individual was of the opinion there was one lieutenant too many in the vehicle ; so, instead o...
The Only Unattended Lighthouse. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
The Only. Unattended Lighthouse. What is declared to be the only unattended lighthouse built on a wave-washed .rock, possessing a powerful fog-signal, is the recently completed Tlattc Fougere Light house, marking the entrance to the Uussell Channel leading to tho Guernsey capital of St. Peter's Port, a spot which figures in Vic tor Hugo's great romance, " The Toilers of the Sea.'* This unat tended tower, built of fert^o-concrcte which rises on a wave-v ashed rock, is 80ft. in height. The head of the rock on which it stands is only visible at low tide, while it in difficult to approach even in the smoothest weather, owing to tides and currents. Much of the foun dation work had to be carried out under water. The tower, says tho ' Sphere,' is solid for a height of 46ft. above tho rock, and the base is formed of Portland cement placed in iron moulds with iron bars driven into the solid rock to anchor the con crete firmly. On the side to which the . building is exposed to the heaviest' s...
City of Malvern. NORTH WARD. Wm. Rogers Thomson, Mayor, retires 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
City of Malvern. NORTH WAT!O. Wm. Rogeis Thnnison, Mayor, retires 1917. Kupcrt de C. Wilks ... do ig15 Walter H. Lewis ... retires 1916 EAST WARD. Frederick H. Francis do 1915 Ernest I. Thomison do '1916 Sydney H. Wilson, ... do 1917 CENTRE WARD. Thomas Carroll ... do 1915 Albert J. Weller, J.p. do 1916 Louis W, Holmes, j.p. do 1917 SOUTH WARI>. Dr. Hugh L. Murray do 1915 Samuel Devy ... do 1916 Alex. M'Kinley ... do 1917 Council meets first and third Monday. Town Clerk, Frederick Hughes. Rate Collector, ii. Yeatman. For Cheap and Up-to-date Print ing try the COURIER Office. Ring up 736, Malvern Ex., for sanulea s&lt;i.jd -quotation Tweniy p_r£on£ qualified for enrol ment finder the provisions of the Commonweill n E:ectoial Act, resided in the subdivision of Malvern East, were pre se ut'-d at Malvern court on Friday la->t by the Divisional Return ing Officer for Henty, and were each fined 2/6 for neglecting to secure enrolment under the compulsory pro visions ol the Ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
A Sufferer Irom Deafness, Noises in the Head, &c, ADVERTISER Cured himself and many others. x Send for Booklet (posted free), or on application to T. C. MILLSOM, Ear Specialist, 184 ALBERT STREET, WINDSOR SPECIALTY" Abscesses and Running in Ear. NOTE-Wo Operations or Medical Contrivances Write or Call. Consultations Free. Home Treatment. T. C. MILLSOM, Ear Spacialist, 184 ALBERT STREET, WINDSOR Business Notices. The Home of High-class Tailoring IS AT 222 Glenferrie Road, Malvern J AS. HENDERSON is a Ladies' and Gent's Tailor, with extensive English and . . Colonial Experience. . Ho Guarantees Quality, Style and a Perfect Fit in Every Garment. He Specialises in Costumes and Frock Coats. His Prices are Most Reasonable. vVCl8 diAU ilfi! AT fb"P $ HAS OPENED BUSINESS AT 180 filMerrie.^oad, Ifalvern. Bicycles Built '£a Oi-der from IQg. Petrol and all Cycle Acces.-ories Stocked. : * Go-Can and I'ram Repairing a Specialty. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOR REPAIRS. A Trial Respectfully Solici...
Cadet Sports [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
Cadet Sports The third annual cadec sports of '['raining Area 47L>, Malvern, will be held to-morrow (Saturday) at the Malvern Cricket Ground. The citizens of M'jlvt-tn have takrn a keen intce-t in. the cadets, and have donated prizes and mo fey gcnerou-ly lo support the sports. A citizens coinmitli e has been formed, with the mayor (Cr \V. Rowers Thomson) as president. The officers of the Area have also worked hard to make the event a success, and their committee, witti C&lt;|)t. I). T. Williams, president, ,uid Lit ut A. R Williams, secretary, lis- h en responsible fi,r the working out of details and the programme. It is estimated that there will be a large attend ir.ee, and each one who attends is expected to buy a programme. The sur plus proceeds will be devoted to thi: Malvern Patriotic Fund. The cadets have trained hard for the various events, which include running hurdling, drill competitions for Silver Challenge Shield, and iiisjht akrm. The mayoress ol Malvern wil...
Tramway Extension. TOORAK ROAD PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 November 1914
Tramway Extension. TOORAIC ROAD PROPOSAL. A meeting convened on the 191 )i inst by tliK 'i'onrak-road Tranlivay Extension League held in Tooronga House, was largely attended, and Or W. Rogers Thomson, mayor of Mal vern, presided. It was urged by Mr Chas. E. Howie and other speakers that a short electric tram line ot 150 chains s-hou'd be constructed along Tooiak road from the c;ibl(; tram terminus at Irving-road through Malvern and Hawthorn municipalities to Burke-' road, immediately the war is con cluded. It was claimed that the line would prove an invaluable" asset through the development of this por tion of the two municipalities. It was shown that there were 500 acres along the proposed route and within the area, and room for 2000 houses, with an average of five, would mean an additional population of 10,000. If trams already constructed could be taken as a criterion, the land should increase in value, and would mean additional revenue to the tnunici palities.concerned in the wa...