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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

x'-V"--< Business. Notices.,.. The Home of High-class Tailoring IS At 222 Glenferrle 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 fyiad, K|alverii. Bicycles Built to Order from £6 lOS Petrol and all Cycle Accessories Stocked. ?? Go-Cart and Pram Repairing a Specialty. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOR REPAIRS. ' - A Trial Respectfully Solicited. S/BARNHILL. proprietor. Professional. MR.-JOSEPH L'ESTRANGE, BARRISTER & SOUCITOR. CONVEYANCER, &o., "LE CO EUR," ? 61 UNION STREET, MALVERN. . Telephone 819 Hawthorn. ' (Use daytime only) Private' No. 1297 Malvern. All Local Courts Attended. DEBT WOBK A SPEOIAUTX. COMMISSIONER of the High Court of Australia and Suprome Court of Victoria for taki...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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FLOORED, FOR ONCE IN HIS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

iFLOORED, FOR ONOE IN HIS LIFE. Barrister Outran oncu mot his match a pert, jolly, keen-eyed son of Erin, Who wao up as a witness in a case of dis» '.pate in tho matter of a horao deal. Mr. 'Oarran much doaircd to break down tho .credibility of this witness, and thought -lo do it by making the man contradiot ihimself-by tangling him up in a net* work of adroitly-framed quoations-but 'to no avail, Tho ostler was a companion to Sam Weller. Ilia good common sense, and jfcil equanimity and good nature, were u*ot to be overturned. By-nnd-by, Mr. >Carran, in a towering wrath, bolchod {forth, us not another counsol would have .4tred to do in the presence of thooonrt: "Sirrah, you are incorrigible 1 The truth ia not to bo got from you, for it is aot in you. I set. tho villain ia your too j" ..Faith, yer honour," said the witness, with the most simplicity of truth and .*)tonrBty, 4* my face must be inoity olane -*nd shmiu', iudade, if it oan refleot like -fth&fc." For onco in his ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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The Cold Bath. ITS GLOW OF REACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

The Cold Bath. ITS GLOW 01' HEACTION. i 3f you do not feel warm after a j cold bath you had better not take it, for it is doing you no good. We do not take cold baths for iho sake of cleanliness ; cold water may ! wash off the superficial dirt, but it does not extract the dirt from the pores. Wc plunge into cold water; solely for its invigorating cffcct; and unless we. get this effect! from.it wc had better seek the in-! vigoration hi some other way. Cold j water applied suddenly drives the; blood from the skin , by constrict-j tug the capillaries. - .It also admin isters a light shock to the nerves,; which has -an awakening ; cITcct upon all the muscles of the bod^ j '/rhe; capillaries^ being closed, the j .resistance^ of-'tho blood *.to the heart' pressure is* greater;^ . fJlhe heart re sponds *to this resistance by gi eater effort ; i' it beats . more-rapidly and with :- stronger' force. ?. . The: blood surges thtough the body more swntly and forces its swaythrough the capillarie...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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WHERE THE BRIDEGROOM HAS AN ANXIOUS TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

WHERE THE BRIDEGROOM HAS AN ANXIOUS TIME. The Fronoh Canadian in Quebec find' amtrimony expensive at tho vury begin ning, whatever it may bo aftorwarda. On the oyoning of tho wedding-day thcr« U & supper and a dance ot tho brido'a nun homo. When the guesta rise from tlu tablo tho brido koopa her seat, and florae one asks, with great dignity : " Why does' madam wait? Is oho bc soon in bad graco She ropUea: "Somebody has stolen my slipper ; I oannot walk." Then the; «arry her, ohair and ail, into thu middle of the toora, while & load knocking an* ?ounces a grotesque, ragged vendor of boots and shoes. He kneels bofore tht -alipperleas brido, and trieB on n lone ..acoeaaion of old buota and shoos of over; 'variety and also, uutil at laat he finds bet . nissing shoo. The groom redeems it for A good price, which is spent in treating tho company. All this is according to tho regular pro jgrammo. But if tho groom ho not watchful thoy steal tho brido'a hat and ««loak, whioh h...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

Jriderit £xtraet of JYtalt. A delicious building-up Food for Old and Young. Sold in lib. Tins. Is. each.

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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YOU CAN'T FRIGHTEN THI8 CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

YOU CAN'T FRIGHTEN THI8 CHILD. 'In an old-fashioned ohurohyard in -TBcotl;ind a pilo of skulls and bones had boon turned up in the. process of grave 4igfting. The ploughmen in a bothy near b/ offered tho " loon " five shillings to go tfc bright and remove one. The lad agreed, j»nd started In the dark. An ambush had boon laid to frighten 'fcim. As he lifted one skull a hollow -Volee called; M That's mine I" 44 A* richtl" said tho lad, laying the jghaBtly thing down to lift another. Again xamH from tho dnrknoHs a voice : ..That's mine ?" "Gao awa\ ye haverm' idiot, yo canna Jiae twa skulls 1 Anywa', I'm going to anovo it, na yo uro supposed to bo doad In this matter."

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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CRIMINALS WHO ARE LIKE ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

CRIMINALS-WHO ARK LIKK ANIMALS. A celebrated Italian criminologist hoi discovered a now feature of criminal anthropology, which goon to confirm still {arthor (ho viowa of Profoonor Lombroso. According to modern inodiciue ho hut .tudn-d tho fingers and toua of 4,500 «mniiu\l8f and. finds a dcficioncy in the oambor, as vroli ua prohonsilo toes, markod by a vrido space betwooo the ^preat too and tho second too; also D webbed condition of tho toeo-an approxi mation to tho toolcA3 fcc-t uf somn aavagos* . He found tho iittlo coo rudimentary in <nany oases, showing a tendency towarda tho four-tood nnimal foot. Tho most «omnton of all tho abnormalities was the "webbed condition of tho toes. The criminal is truly a degonorate.typo.

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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THE GORDONS AT DARGAT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

TUB -GORDONS AT DAIiCiAI. . ..The conduct of ; the Gordons at < .1 )nrgiu on October. 20, f 1807, wor thily.^ upheld .the,: best traditions oi tho Bnlisli: Army. With them were ? Jive? pipers, named respectively inul latrr^; Milne, 'Frnser, ; Wills, and Kidd. ^ . They . were ordered to sit down , while the batteries engaged in a -. heavy, cannonade.; ..Colonel Ma .Unas s . noxt order .was,, "l'ipersto ;thc front.''-.; Milne was - the. first- to step - forward,but had- only gone a short;, distance << when he was shot;, though not fatally wounded ' :l' iiullater was tho . next?to;godown.? Kidd,, lushing foiwaui, ' tiipped i over. . a stone,' nnd jn the;«fnll lost his pipes,, i but afterwards recovered vthem. ':v-Findhitcivi'struok up -the re gimental charging'tune,' -VlTaughs1 oV Uromdale," -as his . comradusi rushed . past him./'He was shot in.the ankle, the :* Tathau bullet passing through the limb, and striking, the heel of his other boot, which WHS...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Pen Pictures of the Past. LORENCE NIGHTINGALE'S CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

; Pen Pictures of the Past. KLOHIiNCK NKiUTlNG ALK'S CllOIUK. It WHS on October 21, 1850, that Hoience nightingale, a quiet ami almost unknown young woman of thiit.v-.ono, embarked on board tho \ ectls for tho l:.ast. Accomplished and rich, she hud devoted Iier youth . to;i»hiIanthropic work, und when thp Ciovernmout resolved to form a body of female nurses for tho Crimea, she was offered the post of superinten dent. ; . home-forty ladies, many belonging I (\rl ho higher classes, accompanied t^Miks Nightingale-their number was latci on increased to 150. Imme diately on . her arrival at Scutari she .set to work energetically. Sur geons and ollicials raised red-tape L(il»BliU'l('.s. her subordinates wero not always-disciplined or obedient, she .herself - was the victim of a violent attack of cholera after an excursion to./.tlio . aiubulances at the "front" .atrllnlaclavn. . "j llow j: gallantly she rested at her . postj-^how sho 'practically created a newv.ora; not only in the. nursin...

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THE GALLANT THREE HUNDRED. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

*'* " TUB GALLANT 'I HUM*! hun v , lmnn \\\y stboolbov can tell" you how Iht "N'oblu Mx Hundred" rushed . into the '"Valley of Dentil ul Bala clava"-the maddest and most splendid feat in the annals of war -hut how mnnv to-day know the story of the charge of the gallant three hundred, who. a few hours earlier, flung themselves at the Kussian hordes with a valour equally great and glorious? The curtain rises on this thrill ing episode in the Crimean War on the grey, chilly (lawn of October 12,'V 1804. Seldom have British soldiers faced, such fearful odds. On the heights nbovc them, a dense, monacing mass, were threo thousund of )lusuia's finest horsemen, out numbering them by ten to one, «nd with nil the advantage of position; but even at this point, with the apparently hopeless I oak before them, every man in the British line was convulsed with laughter as, down the hill, in panic Might, raced hundreds of red-fezed Turks, pur sued by the flush of Cossack swords. But there was little ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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ROBIN HOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

11011JN HOOD ^.TlK-re* luis;-nover:vbceitrau outlaw I ? rouml.",v«\vho.so.;:iim«io:vjs»ch,s-\.roniaiico.j has hung».. as...'.'Kohm Uood". of^thc" jAIiddlo _Ag<b E\cit his cMstentc -has bceu doubted:;;but:ittis noWifmivd ly-iccrtuin.-:;: that..:such;.a' person jr.didj e.\ist; fxand-/.that -lie . gathered** round him "a band of~"i»criy men These outlaws* -haunted ^bhenvood l^orest; i near Nottingham, und^tho identily;of i loadcr.^lias. never, i liccn iaacertam* i .od.i'for certain.* ?: Some .hawi thought I lie was, the last of the great Saxons twlio held out -against th^ Normans I -when. these conquered- the .'kingdom^ .others tha*t . ho was the. outlawed.; J£arl of. J-iOiucslcr, who led . a. revolt:i in Clio leign of Edward II.; others I that he was the -leader of those' tuho,.. ucto stuttered after.;tho death of Simon do Monlfort ' .^lltiseems certain; ..however, * that ho .wns^the 'Itobyn 1-lodo who was pardoned by King Edward IT., who gave him a ponsion oiv condition th...

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CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

CHAPTER XVIII.; (In order to connect the visit of Dr. Carpenter to Mar'chmcrc with > other events , bearing . on-; tlio result, we must go back in our, history a short time, and takoMip ? the thread of that portion of the . narrative' touching on the life of tho faise-.Lord ^Chester in' London. . " . ' We have already seen the:effect of1 Mildred Moore's wonderful beauty upon Sir Peter Steede.-: From the time he made his first call on her, with the purpose in view-- of entreat ing her to set Lord Chester free from her ensnaring friendship, there aroso a tremendous rivalry" :, between these two gentlemen for her smiles. If Lord Chester presented the singer with a diamond bracolet,- Sir Peter went him one better, and gave; her something a little' more costly.. Sir Peter had sprung at once -into her favour by buying for her the coveted diamond necklace . which had been beyond the means of Barnes. It is apparent, at once that Barnes had little .chance for success in this war of'extrav...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

for Indigestion, Biliousness and Acidity. Invaluable for Children during Teething and Vaccination,

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A Gate Latch. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

A Gate Latch.- ' The enclosed illustration shows a simple gate lntch,. . The movable part is made of . oak' about 2in. wide, and 2Jin. deep, with the edges rounded and ' a slot: outin about Sin. to allow of. tlio'i catch .moving, back., . .The .piece^.or" iron caii bo Jin. . by - £in;' or ; by '{in., with one 'end sharpened to drive up into the top rail, and the outer end thinned down for nails or scrows, or a small bolt and just a small set* off to bring" it' over the centre of the mil. This catch is very simple and very durable. The one 1 am describing tins bueir : in; ;use well over fifty yeurs. The small piece of chain is ii.xed with : two' staples, and is perJect in action.; This catch could be mado in iron^ but 1 should prefer it in wood. "When fixing', allow . n )1111< more room in tho top part, of the morr* tico in the head of I he gale, to nl low of u sjight rise in the latch when pulled back. The British Houses of Parliament were the most expensive of modern bui...

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THE FARM. TOMATO GROWING EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

THE FARM. . TOMATO GROWING EXTRA ORDINARY. The "Intcrnation Horticultural Grade Journal" of October 3Uth, 1912, publishes the following very in teresting articlo upon tomato grow ing by Mr. W. P. Vanding, of Guern sey :-"In the last week of Mnr< h, 3912, I planted one house, 120 by 20 feet. For thirteen years my grou.m has not seen cither a fork or spade. 1 never dig my ground in any of my green bouses. The last 13 years I have invited once a year nil .Guern-* sey growers and others. This year my house bearing this <TO;I WJ«h opened to the public the whole of the first- week in July. 1 always make It a point to show the tomatoes on Mi ? plants previous to offering the seeds for sale. This year I have beat all provious records as to a heavy crop. 1 announced this crop -as bring grown without any manure whatever. This waft <v mystery to nil growers. 1 never lig manure in the ground, smeo 1 never dig it, but every crop F gi o two heavy liquidings with w...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Gem Photographs Itself. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

Gem Photographs - Itself. Tu a very short , timo the iris Will , be extremely fashionable among well-dressed 1 women-all . the 'more .from the fact thaf'it is impossible ??thati it.- should become common.. ,At* .present-, the totnl -weight.. of.-.vthe gem : ;does not amount . to /more than.5 one-ler.-thousiimtth?.?.. part of that*. or/diamonds. . Hidden in a rugged: mountain of San vlJiego, California, the passes of - which are guarded .by:. armed .men, are the only . Known-examples* of'the new gem, placed byr connois seurs ;. only, next alter the : dia mond,', pearl,' and . emeral'J- in beat;ty: and surpassing ail precious stones in the -fact that it:.is believed . to contain- radiuYn. < * ?> "? li'.\c*poscd :< to ?the Kotitgen rays f. fiv« minute.-?/ and then laid upon u-i photographic plate, Uic iris will print* itself. Ait imitation, gem would .never:, do this. Thus tho: iris > has. another quality- which other prccioiiS; stones * <do not p...

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CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

CHAPTER XIX. .Mildred's strength had by* this time, almost left her, and she sat down, taking a seat near her brother and looking with some degree of rage at pour Barnes. As for .Barnes, his emotion hud o.vercome him completely. His pale face was turned towards Bill Jones almost beseechingly. His nerve, which had never before failed him, hod do-' sorted him in the hour of greatest need. He sat mute and silent, un heeding the command of Bill Jones to tell the story of his riso to great ness. I "Well, said Bill .Joncs, turning to ] Mildred, and. emitting another of his ' soul-sickening guffaws, "if he won't tell you, I'll tell you what I know. Then ho may tell the rest. This chap | was arrested in New York. You re-j member when I did -the three months for-you know what-well, the last* month .this fellow was sentenced to , thirty days for vagrancy and assault- j ing a policemaif. Oh, he was the slickest chap I ever came across. Ho had a, fino store of tears to shed and stories to tell ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Law of the Flag. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

Law of the. Flag. I There are quite a number of. peo i pie whom an excess of enthusiasm; may lead into committing an oi-' fence against the law. . 1 Oil - red letter days ninny- a flagc is .hoisted: which ought not to 1)6, " and com-" paratively few people arc, aware of: the reslnotions on this point. . -The whole -.matter wns-laid :do\vi\ .ljy u» vOrilei1 in Council .'dated -November ">lh, 3800. y This still remains m force. The* most important poinr to be . remembered is that llur Roval Standard is the personal flag of the Sovereign. Tt is hoistcu where the Sovereign is residing, and nowhere else, with a lew excep tions, such ns certain loi tiessos on Royal . anniversaries or. State .occa sions, ns laid m-down in the ,..Ro.val Regulations.The Union .Jack is,tin: flag of "the whole nation, and any-* one inn) it For over two conturics the Urt .tisli Fleet 1 consisted::, of three diyi sions-riho red, the white, and the blue-and eneli division llew an "l:'.n- : sign" of ii correspo...

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A Burglar Fiction. EMINENT DETECTIVE SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

A Burglar Fiction. EMINENT DETECTIVE SPEAKS. " Helentific burglary absolutely does not exist," is the pronounce ment of the former head of the Paris Surete, or detective depart ment, Xavlor Guichard, who ha* Just been Interviewed on tho wihjcct . by Kichard Arapu, a leading cri minologist. , M. Guichard, whoso naino became well known Inst year in connection with tho automobilo bandits, snys Unit the conception of tho twon* tieth contury burglar, who goes about his work armed with all the rosourcos and the latest discoveries^ of scioncc, js' merely a joko invented by writers.of fiction. , --v , "The truth is quite different,'' ho went on. "Take, for instance, tho oxy-hydrogon blowpipe, which in supposed generally to bo used now to melt away iho locks of safes. In all my oxpcrionco as Chief do la Sureto I enmo upon only two cases where th/s mothod was used, and ono w'as of. a jeweller who . robbed himsolf 'for* tho insurance, and used a blowpipo because ho had read about it in novels....

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THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914

THE HOUSEHOLD. To Btrmi(;the!i the chost and throat, bathu the parts in cold wnterevcrv morn ing, juiti rub vj^jruusly with ft Turkojr ' 4ouel. To Extract Frost from Potntoro. . *After paring, put them into cold water -*for nn hour ; boil thorn with a bit of .altputrti, and tho Mvoet taste will bo ro> moved. To konp a eilvor chain bright, wash it - constantly in Im->t water \v!»? c11 lias had «mm;oiia dissolved in it. U**i plenty of -soap, rinse, and polish with a luuthur. In boiling corned beef to bo sorvod cold, put it on in cold wator, and after it -has once boiled up lot it simmer. Allow .ft quarter of an hour to uvory pound, and an extra half hour to every BIX pounds. It Is necoastiry to boll all kinds of moat ?ory slowly. To Prevent In-Growing Toe-Nails. Never out tho nails bolow tho levol of tho end jf the toe, nor nover sufTur thorn to . grow much beyond that level. If nails . grow in the sidfl sorapo them at the top, and out them often both there and tho oppoaito corn...

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