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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

W0QIES & GARPENT&R, MONUMIiNTAIy MASONS, < "okni'R Lava and ICepi,eb Streets WARRNAMBOOL. Tf ONUMENTS, HKAD-STONKS/Rtc., iii. and every description of Mnrial Work manufactured from the fines* ->f Italian I\,':irliii-s .:<;d ' 1 Granites, efe.. at mwt r •: Cemeteries visited mid additional in scriptions cut and old lette ring renovaiep. I Catalogues and Photographs forwarded ' ' application. I j OhainjjBHaiR's .... i • J <:-;?£ 3/£,/OUS«cSS, »

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. THIRD ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

THIRD ROUND. January 31. Gobrico v. Mortlake. Noorat a bye. February 7. Cobrico :y. Noorat. Mortlake a bye. February 14. Noorat v. Mortlake. Cobrico a bve. FOURTH ROUND. February 21. . Mortlake v. Cobrico. Noorat a bye. February 2S. Noorat v. Cobrico. Mortlake a bye. March 7. Mortlake v. Noorat. Cobrico a bye.

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN THE MERCHANT NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

IN THE MERCHANT NAVY. "Sometimes ships' cargoes brought - from the hot countries play havoc by the fumes they give forth," says an old sea Mptain. "On one voyage the surar we had aboard made every one side. Matters unaily became so bad that we could not live below deck. 1 chased a big Newfoundland dog out r.f i's kennel aft and used the piace as a berth, while the crew threw thein K»lves aro'ind the deck at the immin ent risk 0? being v/ashed overboard, i The cook had to go into the hold oc casionally for provisions, and when he did so 1;« ned a piece of cloth over liis mouth isn 1 nose. After several such hnnip.1 visits he was overcome, and two-'other men similarly protect ed went down and secured him with ropes and he was hauled out The hatches could not be battened down, lor fear the cargo would spoil, so we had to put- up rhe best we could with the fumes until we reached port. "The usually pleasant aroma of coffee becoJU's sickening indeed when a man has to sail for weeks in a s...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LIMITS OF SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

THE LIMITS OF SPORT. Let not your recreations be lavish ' spenders of your time, but " choose such which are healthful, s+iort, tran sient, recreative, and apt t.o refresh you; but a!, no hand dwell in them or make them your great employment, for he that speatls his time in sports and calls it recreation is like liiin whose garment is ail made of fringes and his moat nc-thing but sauces; they are healthless, chargeable, and use less. And, therefore, avoid snch games v/lnch require much time or long ac endance, or which are apt to steal he affections from mors severe eia •.loymeiits.

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] [?] the Passenger. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

ihe Passsnger. J-.:- n-r ls.it H:r;':uv Gulch for Rising o!iM Li', re wei'B six male passengers j <:o go the coach, aiul the route was> oN'.:r -jk- niouuiains and full of cham j vcs ot • " The driver came on' ; fror.i ..h;soon as the coach v".::-. w ;-')i;ing about on the :• .v;v;>iv /;•: o-rit-eted a small, pale f-k-c-J man airi invited him to climb uy beside him. Whiie the pale-faced was climbing up the driver V'-.i -pTfld to the rest of us:— "1 kicked him out in order to scare .ok;"! i.o uoath. You fellows will see .1 b&ao oi fun before we've gone ten miles! '* Two minutes west of the gulch thf road made a sudden turn, with ashee, fall of a hundred feet down to Wild Cat Creek, and the driver put his hor ses to the gallop and said to the man: "We may get round all right, or we may fetch up down below. Hold yer breath and say yer prayers!" The passenger made no move and did not change countenance, and, aft er making the course all right, the driver rather i...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW A PRISONER WAS RESCUED. A Clever Ruse. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

HOW A PRISONER WAS RESCUED. A Clever Ruse. In ttie '-.attic of Poitiers, 1356, a number' of Scottish soldiery fought on (he sine of the French. and several or them wore hv the Eng. Msh. AwqhSSsK tjiui.e., Archi bald Doijf - b n>! li e f f Wil liam Do/^is: lJcing suit of splenic (arnior-.'ilte vicUJrs "thought .■hey luiAc^Vcur;.';!— as ituiefd rhey liu.fl —some jioh'cman. ScJVeral of the Englir-.li^-frc-to's:rip e:"!i his armor, when air -M'-i Ui-am" Ham say, of Oollr.thie, who was also a prisoner, happening to catc.h Sir Archibald's' eye, pave him a. meaning look. Pre tending to be very angry ho cried out: •'You rascal, how is it that you are wearing your master's armor? Coma here and pull off my boots." Douglas, seemingly thoroughly cov/ ed, went humbly forward and drew o2 a boot, with which Sir William began to beat him. The English onlookers at once inter fered on Douglas's behalf, saying that he was a person of great rank and a lord. "What!" shouted Ramsay, shaking with laugh...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Rule of Three. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

The Rule of Three. "One week from to-day, Uncle Joe, f will be a married man. Yes, in seven sbort days I will be initiated into the mysteries of matrimouy." "No mysteries about it, my boy. It'* ,'ust the plain, simple rule of three." "Rule of three? Eh—what three?" "Wife, mother-in-law, and servant girl." "We may if we choose make the srorrt of one another, we may also in&fce tfe"* best of one another.

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Alm High. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

Aim High. "On one occasion," said an employ er of labor, "I was accosted by a man who was well known as a quaint and eccentric character in the town in which he lived. "He asked roe to use my influence in obtaining for him a post as bookkeeper to a firm with which I was connected " 'Why, Jim, you've never been any thing in your life but a messenger How can I recommend you as a book keeper?' I said. " 'Well, It's like this, guv'nor,' he replied. 'If I try for the bookkeeping job, I may get some ]ob between that and being refused altogether.' "I was highly amused by the man's notion, particularly as there is a good deal of philosophy in it, for, as 1H said, when I. questioned him on this subject: " 'My father always used to say— Aim liigh. You will probably bring down something only a little lower."

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

3Ci POSTAL RATES AND REGULATION? [Where the term "The Common wealth is used in connection with r|m~B rates and regulations it includes Papua Lord Hmve Island, and -Norfolk U[1a | LE11 ERS. For every * ounce or fraction thereof for delivery witiun the Common wealth q , For delivery in th(, British'Em pire .. Q , For delivery in the New Hebrides', ^ Banks, and 'lorre-s Islands 0 2 For delivery in other places 0 '•>{ LETTER CARDS. For delivery withm the Commonwealth' bingle, Id. each; reply, Id. each half tor delivery in the British Empire (see list of places umter "Letters")—Sin gle, Id. eacii. For delivery , in New Hebrides, Banks and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each' For delivery in other places— Single' 2£d. each. ®* POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with thi Id. stamp, and Reply or double c^rds each half of which has the Id. stainc impressed thereon, may be transmittec to places within the Commonwealth, ;uic to thosi places, enumerated niuiei "Letters," to which letters may...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

A 6 B.H.P. "I.H.C." Hopper Cooled .£ Voruiry, £70; portable, £85. • vrd nn interest. World's lead •' 3 '■ X(\nr'v 200,000 in actual use — •. .4 in Austrian t-han of any other t'- Fully guaranteed. Free start by cc: expert. Big stocks of repairs in every State. Other sizes, proportionate ■prices. Best engine bargains ever offered in Australia, and will soon bo withdrawn. Write International Harvester Co. of Anst., ^ris., Syd., Melbn Adlda., Perthaad X ostn. The Extfmo&nte!— - Do you know that many of your Suits which appear to you to be woi'n out would, if sent to me, be returned looking almost as fresh as when they arrived from the tailor's, and the cost, when compared with that of a new Suit would be infini tesimal. I can clean your Suits, Overcoats, Vests and Hats, or if they are faded can dye them. My process does not spoil the shape, or shrink any garment. TThe cost is most reasonable — Suit>«Sr«qi 5/9; Overcoats from 4/6. On ak .orders over 10/-, I pay freight one wa...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Furs Preserved by Cold [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

Furs Preserved by Cold When tlie "life" of a fur garment is r considered in relation to its cost, the | economical quality is a high one, par ticularly to-day, when science has elfec ted so perfect a preserver as cold stor age. This' development of preserva tion, which actually arrests na'tural deterioration caused by evaporation of the natural oil in the leather and hair of furs in temperate and hot atmos pheres, apart from the immunity it provides against ravages by moths, j prolongs the life -of the commodity in a wonderful degree. This advantage ? alone, compensates for a great deal of | the recent rise in values. Further, the t depth of color and gloss in tlie fur is j more enduring by many years than it i was under the warehousing conditions of bygone days.

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHEN AND HOW TO FILL THE SILO. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

WHEN AND HOW TO FILL THE SILO. . The quality of silag; is determined to a great extent by mid condition ul the maize when cut ami the care used in tilling" tno silo. Tho question ot tlie proper time to out maize and store m tiio silo has been much discussed and studied. Experience and careful study of results show that the best silage is . made from maize tnau is cut and put into tho silo at) tho tiino the kernel | dents and begins to liaidon. At this stage tho maize has practically attained maturity(, and its lull maturity is de veloped. This, of oourao, will de pened to some "degree on tho kind ot maize which is grown. 801110 varieties of maize dent easier than others, and euro should bo taken not to let tho maize bccomo too dry. Dry maize lodder does not pack and exclude the air as well as that which contains a oonsidei'ablo amount of moisture, li the use of over-dry fodder cannot bo avoided, its disadvantage!: can be over come, 111 a measure, by add.ng water, as tho maize is put...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. ABOUT PATENT LAW. HOTV long, Mr. Turri, does a pa tent last? "Under the Commonwealth Patents Act 1903, one patent covers tlio s x Australian States and Papua and can bo granted for 14 years (extensible v t: der very oxccjitional circumstances;, subject to a renewal fee of £5 at lie end of 7 years. On a fine being j,u.d lateness up to one year in paying re newal feo is permissable. When tho renewal feo payment is accepted, ove> due, tlio court can refuse damages ior infringement committed after the < ue date. Application for provisional j. i a lection is allowable, but not oomup'-uiy. Its costs, through a Patent Atto.'n y, four or live guineas, and runs tu.te months, or ten if extended. Then the completo application would bo neces sary, or the patent application would cease to be in force." Ill tlio above words, Mr. G. G. Turn, tho well known Melbourne Pa tent Attorney, gave some information ; and l_s it was seen to be of general in terest, wo dec...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Scarlet as a Tonic [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

Scarlet as a Tonic Scarlet rooms are advocated as a-euro for laziness among schoolboys. Dr. Albert Abraius, of San Francisco, and scores of other dootors have testified that thei sight of red lias a tonic effect on, lazy people. "I have tested the color scheme on human beings and animals," he says, "and find red to be thd type imparting the greatest energy." Actual proof that red cuns a clogged and stupid brain is given by Mme. Ciprani, a well-known American ' woman. "There is no excuse in the world for women being dull and stupid and unattractive," sho says. This is her cure for dullness. Sleep at night in a room Hooded with crimson flame and in the morning you will wake up with, brain clear and each nerve sooth ed and strengthened. Bed even im pels insects to lively action. The cele brated French expert, Dr Loumonier, lias shown by experiment that a spider and a wasp will live in peace together under a colorless bell glass, but will engage in mortal combat if a tinge of scarlet be...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXXI. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

CHAPTER XXXI. Tliey wore ushered into the drawing room, Lord Claverhohn foremost, eager to cheer the heart of llda; the magis trate next, anxious to prevent annoy ance to Sir AJlyn from the constables; and lastly Lord and Lady Dunmore, equally anxious to supplant) the pre sent sorrow of Sir Allyn and his daugh ter with a pure and lasting joy. I Ida uttered a joyl'ul exclamation and permitted her lover to olasp her in his arms, unconscious that Tnirwall iv.as scowling darkly upon their embrace. The magistrate advanced to Sir Allyn, shook his hand warmly, and said: "You must forgive me, old friend, for sending that warrant. - It was- in a manner forced from me. I never for an instantr believed you guilty, but 1 thought it desirable, alter all that wag said to mo by Thirwall, to give you a oliance to- reduce his accusations to their true value." "You are forgiven," said the baronet wonderingly. "liiLson, givo mo that warrant," swiid the magistrate, turning to the con stable. The office...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
American View of British Farming. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

American View of British Farming. An American, who recently visited .England lias nothing but praise for tin rural scenes, the superb apstures, and high quality stock-, both purebred and grade. Tlio hospitality- of the people of rural Britain is without bounds, and in saying that tho American only en dorses colonial experience. Having said tho nico things, the American gives some jiraetical criticisms on tho meth ods ol doing curiam kinds of work on tho farm, which do not come up to the American, or even colonial standard. In Lancashire, ho saw men rakmg hay They had a lumbering hay-rake, out of all proportion heavy. Two men were raking. Tlu'y had two big, heavy horses. They were going taudem. A big man was riding tho first horse, and a second man was driving tho second horse. In America, ii boy twelvo years old with a, light horso and a. light American sulky rake would do as much as both those big men antl big horses would accomplish. In other places he saw gangs of men turning and...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TERRIBIE SUITOR CHAPTER XXX. [?]REAT WRONG RIGHTED. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

A TERRIBIE SUITOR y Mrs. Harriett Lewis, Author of Found Guilty," "The Doable Litr *' etc.) CHAPTER XXX. (tllEAT WRONG RIGHTED. Lours succeeding the departure' rail upon liis mission of revenge jftrearijy enough to Sir1 Allyn [u.id his daughter. Kacli was "to encourage and inspirit the Ji their hearts were heavy with 1 foreboding. ilda assured with some faith in her own no magistrate could, be would for a moment consider "large as Tliirwall could the day wore on, and |fl unmolested, Sir Allyn that he should be spared 1 of arrest, and the dis r'ic trial for murder. leave her father during rtq change Iter attire, plained of being cold, she to be kindled, in the state and h© sat near it all i stirring except to ac nily to tlie dining-room, relapse into his former ^id despair. Quiet and to yet fully compre'hend lfc and at jast dared to Jrses bravely in the face, years had been thrown land Mrs. Amry, whose tactions had wrought* pi" llda's prospects, and Igarded as a true friend, Jtho bar...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN THE WRONG PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

TN THE WRONG PLACE "Pity about Brown, isn't it? Have you heai'd about it?" "No. What is it?" "Why, he's had a quarrel with his wife, because he's taken to wearing long hair, and they're parted." "That's a trivial matter isn't it? She cannot care much for him." "Ah, but ahe found this on his poatj-' \

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

A NEW SERIAL STORY entitled TERRIBLY TEMPTED," will be commenced in this paper NEXT WEEK. MONEY to LEND ONSET FARMS DUNCANWELLER ,67 QUEEN 6X ^I/BQURK^ IN STUDYING YOUK DR3S88, 3TUDY YOUR POCKET, JfsO ] I ] Don't Paj Higher Prioi-a for Suite iio bettor than Mine! I deal strictly for Cash, oonwquonfcij liav® no had debts for which yoc have to pay. i import all my ma tariala direct fro m the inanuiaoicn fttfi. ajid inaita all Suite OIL my own premises. I can yp} ifWM give yoa a large e.ssortm«at of ah&dea t® eiiixNti from in f&nay design,'; and very latest Indigo Dya tweeda, worat eds, Yiounaa, Twills, and the fsmoas Gealosw) Sorgo SAO SUIT TO M2A8USB. MADE T 0 &i 1C A S U ii A largo yi&srv invxn, or Or<ar, oou'iJiiEa ta uhuesti from &t bhii uaina "^riow. Patterns, Tapa and 8.M. JForia *eit% to any_sd "3Tcae. u I £ . 5 It 3.2., JU>£i. <%.» i..i lita tmr-bs-a iailos, 16V HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH SEPARA TORS available at prices ...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 31 January 1914

! MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent). Tliis summer has brought more than the uual number of big fires in the city iin(] 6uburbs. The lci6ses ropro sonted by the disasters that have oc curred during the past £ew months make a staggering total. c Flourishing business enterprises have encountered serious set-backs, because insurance is novoi- anything like adequate oompen sation_ for the dislocation of operations in a live concern, which is as| bad as the actual loss of goods, plant and buildings that go up in smoke, or remain a dole ful tribute to the devastation of an element against which the most elabor ate precautions yet devised are by no means efficient. That th.ere has been , a vast improvement in the methods of fire fighting, and the equipment and or ganisation of tho metropolitan bri gades:-cannot bo gainsaid. Outbreaks which have taken place recently and which, although they have caused en ormous damage would, if opposed only by the forces^ and appliances at d...

Publication Title: Mortlake Dispatch
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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