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Travel in Morocco. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

Travel in Morocco. Perhaps no country is leas known to the traveller than Morocco, and to wander at all from the boaten track is often to incur the rather embarrassing curiosity of tho na | tives. One has to rldo overywhoro I and to ford rivers, which necessi ' tates two or three drivers to keep 1 tho muie's head up stream. There ure no roads, though thoso, and ovon railways, are being prospected for now. The land is very fruitful in somo parts, but, in tho South espe cially, irrigation is necessary. Two harvests are gathered yoarly. Bar ley and wheat in an average year, for every bushel - sown, yield 40 bushels, and crops return 60, 80, and o\cn one hundred-fold. Figs, oranges, and olives abound. The country Is undeveloped, but filled with promise. . Flowers spring up in great abundance-dwarf iris on the wide stretches, tall iris topping tho wheat fields, clumps c* bright rock rose, carpets of marigolds, love-in tho mist. Gay convolvulus ramble over the dry thorn hedges, and red ma...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

Telephones-Malvern. ESTABLISHED 1885. 186 & 571. JOHN MORAN & Co., Family Grocers, Wine, Spirit & Provision Merchants, 36, 38 & 44 High Street, Malvern. Orockery and Glassware, Tinware, Brushware and Grocers' Ironmongery. Flower and Vegetable Seeds. High-class Goods at Moderate Prices. Where Everything is the Best. Families Waited on for Orders. Agent for Penfold's South Australian Wines, Farmer's Prize Hams and Bacon, Schweppes Aerated Water*. Tlio Lsrgest and Best Orocar'Bfihop.in Malvern, i'sJj V THE EQUITY Trustees, Executors &.Agency Company Ltd. Reserve Liability, £100,000. Guarantee Fund, £10,000. BOARD OF DIRECTORS : EDWARD FANNING, ESQ., Chairman. SIR W. H. IRVINE, ESQ, KC., M.P., Barrister-at-Law HON. DONALD MACKINNON, ESQ., M.L.A.,-Barrister-at-Law R. G. M'CUTCHEON. ESQ., M.L.A. STEWART McARTHUR, ESQ. REGISTERED OFFICE, No. 85 QUEEN STREET. This Company is empowered by Special Act of Parliament to perform all classes of Trustee Busi...

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CHAPTER XXX. FOR LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

CHAPTER XXX. FOR LIBERTY. When the prisoner of the dung-,eon again consulted his watch he found that the night was wearing on, as it had already reached the hour of ten. It was time to begin to work if he hoped to carry out Gourko's plan. Once convinced that the coast was clear and quiet reigned again, Dug dale prepared for business. He was a little uneasy about the baron. It seemed as though the mon arch of the dungeon must have bis latch-string out, since every one he knew in Smolensk was taking a no tion to give him a friendly call that evening. "I hope he doesn't come. If he knows what's good for him "he won't do so," muttered Owen, unconscious of the fact that the Princess Isolde was even then entertaining the baron and General Gratschef!, and dazzling the former with bright smileB and ready wit, so that he even forgot, poor fool, that such a person as Dug dale existed. Being still uneasy, the prisoner managed to ingeniously barricade the door by means of his heavy-framed palle...

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PANICS. THEIR CAUSES IN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

PANICS. ( THEIR CAUSES IN WAR. In tho pages of the "Deutscho Re vue," Herr Sartorious enters into an interosting examination of the causes of panic in war. He finds ono element to all panic a sub conscious feeling lurking at the back of soldiers' minds which predis poses them to become unsettled. In the war or 1800 the Prussian Army was oppressed by a dim forebodding of Napoleon's all-con quering, ability. and there needed only some disturbing incident to start a disastrous panic. So it was in the battle of Jena. As the troops passed through Jena about three o'clock a tumutt arose in the streets, and the cry went up on oil sides that the French were close to the town. Away went rifles and knapsacks thrown hurriedly to the ground, though there was not a trace of the enemy to be seen any where. THE POWER OF SUGGESTION. Such cries as "Tho enemy is upon us !" or "Back ! We arc sur rounded, lost I" possess great power of suggestion, if the moralo of the troops after their first great def...

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CHAPTER XXXI. WHILE SMOLENSK SLEPT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

CHAPTER XXXI. WHILE SMOLENSK SLEPT. The fact that his tunnel had come 1 up inBide the walls of Smolensk did not appear to Dugdale a thing to bo " lamented. Indeed, had it proved otherwise, he might have found him self in somewhat of a dilemma as to how he should find his way within the gates. Hi9 own freedom was only an inci dental part of the- game. There was something of considerably more im portance, and that concerncdi the safety of Isolde. For her to remain meant that she w,ould be forced to obey the Em peror's decree. Dugdale knew what these marriages of diplomacy meant, and how every sacrifice was demand ed of the lady, while the man gave up nothing. Whenever he thought of this charm ing girl mated to the detestable baron he mentally swore and vowed it should not come to pass if he could raise a hand, to prevent it. I And that was why he felt quite | satisfied at finding, himself still in side those forbidding walls when he thrust his head out of the tunnel. It seemed very qu...

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France of To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

France of To-day. The France of to-day la a- saner, steadier country than the Franco of fifty years sinco ; nnd to this ex tent sho has benoflted from the chastenings of adversity, says the "Saturday Review." Hut in ono respect sho has remained stationary. bVer since the Revolution there has been a divorce between tho Govern ment of France and franco, herself. Tho Frenchman cherishes an exalted patriotism, but it does not extend to its institutions. Looking hack it seems that the only people who were proud of the Soconrt Fmpiro were ih** people who got something out of it. Looking forward we wonder whothor anybody in tho Franco of, say, thirty years banco will be proud of tho Republic. 4 Its few enthusiastic supporters to day applaud it, if they are mode rate, because it is tho form of Gov ernment which divides Frenchmen least, nnd if they are extremists, be cause it exasperates their Royalist ant! Imperialistic opponents. As time passes and these feelings die down, what appeal will...

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THE FARM. GROWING COWPEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

THE FARM. _t GROWING OOWPEAS. The cowpea Is a plant that Is not sufficiently appreciated. Its value as a sail renovator, as a green manure crop, as a catch crop, as a pasturo and as a regular hay crop, gives it a place in agriculture which warrants its wide acceptance to our farmers. Its wl-de adoption to the soils and to the climatic conditions common to this State make it a crop that can readily be grown in practically every part of the State, and there is little doubt that Its use is destined to a great increase, due to the constantly increasing prices of farm lands with out a corresponding increase in pro duction. There are, however, some import ant reasons why the cowpea has not taken as Important a place in agri culture as it deserves. Among these are the high cost of seed and the dif ficulty in curing the hay. The graduM introduction of cowpea hullers thit. can separate the peas from the vine without cracking them will undoubt edly overcome the first of these diffl- ^ culties...

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A Staple Puller. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

A Staple Puller. ! A very simple way to pull a staple [ is to use the claws of on ordinary | carpenter's hammer and a- nail, as shown in the sketch. The staple can bo removed quickly without being bent, and no damage to the material ; into which it was driven will result. A learned scientist, who was about to deliver an address before the British Association, finally rehear- i sod his speech in the truin on the way to the meeting, speaking in a low voice, and using his hands, to emphasise certain passages, He was accompanied by his wife, and a kindly matron, who had been, watching and'listening, leaned for ward and, tapping her on the shoulder, said, feelingly : "You havo my sincere sympathy, my poor woman ; I have one just like him at home !" r Office Boy : "There are two men out Uiore, sir, who want to seo , you; one of them is a poet and tho other a deaf man," Editor : "WMl, go out and tell the poet that the deaf man is tho editor, and lot them Aght it out between tfcem." i

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Sunday Morning Trams [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

Sunday Morning1 Trams' The Prahran-Malvern Tramway Trust has at present under consider ation a proposal lo run church trams on Sundav morning fro n Kew to St. Kilda Beach It will be necessary to have an Order-in Council passed and before b ing brought into operation the proposal will have to receive t lie appi oval of ihe constituent municipalities represented on the trust. Opposition is anticipated from some of the Malvern councillors. Caulfield council has decided to approve of the proposal being given a trial, but Prahran and Kew have rejected it A statement prepared by Jlr F. Hughes, town cle k shows ihe remarkable gr< wth of he city of Mai vein during the past four years. In 1910 the population was 13.550, as against 24,183 to day. The valuation increasfd from ^"165,606 to ^"272,824; the revenue from £18,851-1 o ^"33.015; and (he number of buildings from 3089 to 5374. The ass ssrr.ents are 9270, as against 5680 in 1910. I11 the financia1 year 1913 14 no fewer than 60...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

YEARS 43 YEARS A Sufferer from Deafness, Noises in the Head, &c, - ADVERTISER Cured himself and many others. . -v Send for Booklet (posted free), or on applicuion to T. C. MILLSOM, Ear Specialist, 184 ALBERT STREET, WINDSOR 'S DEAF CURE. SPECIALTY Abscesses and Running in Ear. NOTE-No Operations or Medical Contrivance* Write or Call. Consultations Free. H >me Treatment." T C. MILLSOM, Ear Specialist, 184 ALBERT STREET, WINDSOR Business Notices. The Home of High-class Tailoring AT 222 Glonfarrie Road, Malvern J AS. HENDERSON is a Ladies' and Gent's Tailor, with extensive English and . . Colonial Experience. . He Guarantees Quality,. Style and a Perfect Fit In Every Garment. He Specialises In Costumes and Frock Coats. His Prices are Most Reasonable. Glenroy Cycle and Motor Works HAS OPENED BUSINESS AT 160 Glenferrie Ijoad, Afalyerq. Bicycles Built to Order frem £6 lOs. Petrol and all Cycle Accessories Stocked. Go-Cart and Pram Repairing a Specialty. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOR R...

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Larceny Case STRONG COMMENT FROM BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

Laroeny Case STRONG COMMENT FROM BENCH. At Malvern court on Monday before Mess s M'Millan (chairman), Hattam, Brinsmeadand Carroll, J's.P, Oscar Brown, Fred. Fenton and Les lie Mitchell were charged with steal ing a load of ''toppings,1' the property of Frederick Holland, on 34th Novem ber. Sergeant Simpson prosecuted, and T. Nolan appeared to defend. Frederick Holland, municipal con tractor, said that on 24th November, between 8 and 9 a.m., he missed a load of toppings and three loads of screenings from his storage yard, in Wattle Tree-road, Malvern. He traced the load to a place in Kil man road, Caulfield. Subsequently he in terviewed Oscar Brown, who admitted that he and another man had put the load of- toppings into the dray, and that young Mitchell (a son of one of the accused) had taken the load to Pascoe's yard. He valued the load at "/. Edward Pascoe, contractor, Ktlman road, Caulfield, said that on 24th November one of his men took delivery of a load of toppings ordered by ...

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Motor Accident. £200 DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

Motor Accident. ^200 DAMAGES. The hearing was concluded in the County Conrt on Friday, before Judge Eagleson and a jury of four, of an action which is a sequel to a motor accident that occured on the Dandenong-road on 15th November, I9I3- A girl named Lillian Alice May Talmage,. of East Malvern, claimed, through her next friend £500 damage; from A. J. Miller, of "Tarlee,'1 Orrong-road, Toorak, for injuiies sustained through the alleged negligent driving by defendant of his motor car. The defence was a denial of liability on part of defendant, and a plea of contributory negligence by plaintiff. After an absence of two hours, the jury returned into court,' and answered questions as follows: Was plaintiff injured on 15th November, 1913, owing to negligent driving of a motor car by defendant? Yes. In what respect did defendant negligently drive such car?-We think he took unnecessary risk by following plaintiff instead of stopping sooner, yvhich could have been done in th« distance. Was ...

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ACID FRYITS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

AOID FRYITS. When fruit for stewing is very acid, a pinch ol borax will correct the acidity. It may not be gone rally known that to prevent the Juice ef fruit soaking into pudding or pie-crust, thus making it heavy, it should bo brushed over with beaten whito of an egg.

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Lived to Tell the Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

I - - I Lived to Tell the Tale. For many years the wailor in a Paris cnfo v'&8 a man who was prosent at his own execution, yet survived to tell tho story. The in dividual in question was once a well-known personage. . His namo was Colonel Marteras, and in 1069 he was on the point of being pro claimed President of Uruguay when he was arrested, charged with trea son, and sentenced to be shot. On Juno 30 of that year he was taken by a platoon of soldiers out of the capital to a cleared spot in tho heart of a forest, and bound to a chair. * At the word "Firo,!" a nervous shock caused Marteros to faint and /all to tho ground. Thus he did not receive tho 'full force of the volley, did not even hoar the sound. But a laborer working noar did. He went to ascertain the cause, saw tho soldiers marching away, and Colonel Materas lying on the ground, badly wounded, but not dead by any means. The laborer managed to convey the would-be president to hfs own home, nursed him, and cured His w...

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Ladies' Column. ANOTHER GOOD SAVOURY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

Ladies' Column. ANOTHER GOOD SAVOURY. Make a frying batter with a quar ter of a pound of flour, a tablo spoonful of salad oil, a pinch of salt, and a quarter of a pint of tepid water. When these ingredients are well mixed, stir in the whites of two eggs,.beaten ,to a very stiff froth. Cut some slices of rich cheese two inches in length and one in width. Dip them in the batter and fry in boiling fat to a nice brown colour. Dust with salt and peppor, and serve.

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The Late Duke of Argyle. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

The Late Duke of Argyle. The family life was one of the simplest, and every member of it lived in an atmosphere which was dovoid of luxury or of any sort of pretension. Nothing was ever done for the sake ot appearances, for ©veryono was taught that the only appearances worth preserving were those of nn honest and upright bearing. Tho only porsonal sorvant Lord Lome possessed in his youth was a negro who became greatly attached to him when he was in the West Indies, and who accom ied home, too soon to succumb to the grey mists and unwontod sur roundings of the Highlands. Lord Lome bad a carelcss way of leav ing his money about and on ono 'of these occasions he fo'ind an ill written but succinct document, "All safe milord, James taken it." He nover could bear being waited on by women, and when in lodgings, it used to be said, ho took the pota toes from tho serving-mnid and bade hor bo sealed. Ho disliked asking service from anyone, he loved giving it. Tho writer has often been insldo ...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Whoa boiling green peas add a let tuce leaf and tablespoonful of sugar, and they will retain ttaoir colour and have a much better flavour. When frying steak, do not cook one side . first, then turn over and fry the other. Just harden for a second or two one side, and then turn over and start frying the other, and you will find what a juicy steak you will have. ' New potatoes are very much im i proved, and have a delicious taste, i if boiled with a lump or two of sugar along with the mint. Two lumps of sugar to a pound of po tatoes givo excellent results, ren dering them; Armer and more ap* I petlsing. A good hint for thoso who do their own paper-hanging is to ap ply the paste to the wall instead cf the paper. Amateurs will find it much easier to match tho pat tern, and the paper is less liable to tear by following this method, besides saving time and trouble. It is a good plan in darning stockings, to hold the darning wool for a minute or two over the spout of a ket...

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JAM MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

JAM MAKING.: ' Fruit and jams and all kinds of preserves should bo gathered when it is Juot ripe. If it is over-ripo in tha least degree, the jam will not be so good or kepp so well. If tho jam is to bo goodjtho ingredients must be of the best, and preserves made on this principle will prove th» most economical in tho end. The fruit should be carefully pick ed over, all stalks, etc., removed, and must bo put into tho pan with three-quarters its weight in white sugar. . It must bo stirred very carefully until tho sugar has melted, for fear of burning it, but on no account . wet the, bottom; of the pan if you wish tho jam to keep. When It boils, tho pan may be drawn a little to one side, and the jam al lowed to simmer for . an hour till done, with an occasional stir. If it is desired to havo it very bright and clear, quick boiling for three quarters of an hour will be hotter, and in this case tho stirring must be continuous. Whichever way it is done, the scum must ho carefully removed...

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Love of Country. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

Love of Country. A--- . In what is perhaps the 'most beau tiful passage which Shakespeare ever wrote, he shows us old John of Gaunt, "time-honoured Lancas ter," on his . deathbed, torn with thoughts of his country, of "this little world, this precious set in a silver sea . . . « this blessed plot, this eartfe, this realm, this England," ond makes the dying patriot say "That England lhat was wont to conquer others, JJnth made a shameful conquest of itself, O, would the Rrund«.,l vanish with my life, TIo.w hippy then were iny ensuing death. ' Stanhope has told us how, during the night before his death, Pitt had his mind "fixed on the affairs of the country," and with his last breath "in a tone I shall never forget," cried, "Oh, my country, how I leave my country." Wo-have no minds to equal Pitt's among our rulers to-day. Have we any man of. equal patriotism ? London "Globe."

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STALE BREAD SAVES TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 18 December 1914

STALE BREAD SAVES TEETH. "The jaws were designed for use," said Dr. Horace L. Howe, in a discussion at the recent meeting of & dental association. "Kecently a strong, handsome, splendidly de veloped Swedish gentleman came to ine for treatment. Every tooth was perfect. The jaws were large -and well developed. Only four or five small firings were present. X re marked that he must havo used his leeth when young. In reply ho told me that his people in Sweden con sidered bread unfit for food if less than three weeks old. There is no doubt that the use of the jaws in vigorous mastication is tho source of stimulation towards their develop ment and also of the preservation of the teeth after they erupt. The jaws will not develop without tho hlood supply, which is, in turn, de pendent on (he stimulation of exer cise. One of the most pitiful ob jects I ever behold was. a boy . of perhaps fifteen, whose lower jaw j was of the size of that of a child j of six. vWhat caused ' this ' cond...

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