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Wereless for Miners. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 February 1914
Wefeless for Miners. ^ An invention 1ms been brought to light which will servo- to consider ably. uiiiiiiiiiso the dangers to which every ; day . the. largo number of 'underground workers are oxposed. /v A &lt; clever tiennair subject, llerr ;K v H.: ncinecke,v of Westphalia, has invented a^ system . of wireless tele graphy: for usom: mines. '.I he sys tem; Jias. beeiiv mlopted at Ihuning itoir i :-Atauii>- Colliery in Yorkshire,:. where 'instruments have been lixed nt 1 two Hpoinlsv-- and. conversations have been ^carried on with the same case- as- is the case with, ordinary.. telephones ?" Theie is a poi table instiumcnl adapted for use in tho cage whilst .ascending;3 aiul j-descending the shaft,. tnnd^so^aivmenna^ofi'.communicatiouv. wlth^those/uibovergroujid ^iu-.vtune;ofiij "disastu x has " been^established I this r means . reseuo.j j.workvi will o-be considerably ' facilitated;" ;^ for ' en tombed^" miners . wilLsUe r. in: direct communication witlv4;the ^pit«head, ...
APPLE AND SAGO PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
APl'JjE AND SAGO Plllllll.Kf!^ -Jib. fine sago, ^^l^ cULU'hJ^V t Ov cooking apples, 'butter, 2 o/ji| castor sugar, hftfr?/a A ; Method.-Put f®i irtto a., stewpnn with V7*»cupfuls of \c9lrt wuter, ancl boilNjJjf th.e M sago^'.*bis^ comes transparent, bVW'I'lliy.-"3Tl tho, time ; next add (ho thin rind of half,a lemon, the currants, and tho sugar; Butter ; a-pio 'dislv put - in tho apples (previously, "pccled.-.eonui,: and sliced), and pour over1 these, the sago preparation. l.Mit- the remain der of butler in small, bits'*on :thu. top, and bako until tho apples are tender. Servo with- avgoud-^ cus tard. * 4
CURRANT MARMALADE PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
CUHRANT MAUMAi.ADl'! l'UDl)iN(: 1 &lt;i 0x8.. broad crumbs, 4 ozs. : suet, . 2 o/s. sugar, d.o'as. ' inarinahule,'L ozs. currants, 2 o?s. Hour, 2 eggs, \ teacupful milk.. . - | Method.-Mix "all the ingordieuts together ;.- grense -5a' pudding 1 busm , or mould 1 With butter and dust with sugar. .. I'ut in- the mixture, cover : with greased paper, and -steam 53 hours.
BROWN BREAD PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
31 i 10WN UJt 13A D .' PU 0I)LNCJ.' J. w 4' lb .stale '-brown bread/ -'-'1 .,o/.s; ilour, &lt;1 o/s. . tmoisl sugar, J- lb currants, ii4 .ozsr, chopped beef, suet;, I-J tonspoonftil! ground ginger, 107,i\ I finely ..chopped candied orange pcel> II-: teaspoonful . baking powder, - .2 . eggs.and a little milk. . ^ ?'. Method.-Remove the crust:. from the bread, and cat-the soft part into slices, then . sonk. in. milk and water till quite soft. . .Press- out: the moisture and put the -.bread in to a basin, adding to it. the above named dry. ingredients. Beat; up the eggs -with a little." milk and mix thoroughly with the : abovo.^trlj'ill the mixturo into- buttered moulds, I tie over with a : wetted-.cloth,' and boil or steam for - about :2 hours. Serve with currant/ sauce. -
SOME TRIED RECIPES. CURRANT SODA CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
SOME TIMED UKUIFIflS. ClUHItANT SODA CAK10. - ? j J lb Hour,.-J It) currants..-Jib brown or moist sugar,/£lb buMcr; ,,.2 eggs,. 2 teaspoonfu Is v? treack',:L\. teaspoon-, fill hi-carbonati of sudu#&lt; J pint nulk. - i _ . Method.-jMixj the llomv. andsoda, rub in the biitl«r, # iulrl - sugar;- -nnd currants, then tho ? treacle/; milk,!- and beaten eggs. .> Meat all well.-to-, gethciy.fdl in two well-buttered cape: moulds, and. lmku nr. it moderately, hot o\cn > for about hours.
Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
Ladies' Column. - ^-: This Summer Costumo con sists of a chic little Blouse Coatee of yellow Taffeta, aif'd a skirt of silk-embroidered white Crepe, the Design being a tiny Rose. Ribbon Roses with silk Foliage trim the8ilk Coatee and tho left side of, the Skirt, which is puffed up at Knee depth and falls-in a soft Box-pleat below, 1 the Chemisette and Collar bfeing of white point d esprit.
Disappearance of Diesel. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
Disappearance of Diesel. Dr. Diesel, the inventor of the oil-engine hearing his name, is like ly to remain an unfathomable mys tery. . The doctor, was on his way to London from Ghent. to attend the annual general meeting of the", shareholders of the Consolidated Diesel Engine Manufacturers, and was accompanied by Mr. George Carets, a director of the company. They were on board the Great.East ern Railway's steamer "Dresden/' and at about ten o'clock at night they separated and retired-as was supposed-to their respective cabins. In the morning, when- tho steamer was near Harwich, it was discover ed that Dr. Diesel's bed had not been slept in, although his cloth ing was found to be arranged in a manner that suggested that ho had prepared to go to bed. A bunch of keys hung from his handbag, unci his watcli WHS placed in an elevated position, so that he might be able to see tho timo as ho lay in bed. A thorough search of the ship was made, but without result. At the meeting of shareholde...
Head Master's Record FROM MINE TO DESK. TOORONGA ROAD'S TRIUMPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
Head Master's Record FROM MINE TO DESK. TOORON'GA ROAD'S TRIUMPHS. Distinction mai'KS tlie career ol Mr James Lewis, headmaster of the Ti>o ronga-rciad State Scliool, East Mal vern, who retired from the service of the Education Department on Wed nesday, having reached the age limit. Scholars of his school have been very successful this year, having gained live ordinary scholarships, six mining and agricultural scholarships; nine are on the meritorious list, ami one has won a High School scholar ship. . In the last 14 years this school has gained 171 Government scholar ships, and no others were placed on the meritorious list. In the list of those who were successful in the last Junior Public Examinations there were the names of 38 past pupils of the school. Among the 41 exhibi tions given by the Government this year, seven were gained by past pupils of this school. Coming from England in 1858, Mr Lewis, then nine years, of age, was taken up to Castlemaine with the household goods ...
The Earth's Heart-throbs. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
The Earth's Heart-throbs. ? » This earth of ours is by no means .solid or firm. 'Tho solid part on which wo walk mid build and in which we burrow is only a shell covering a molten yolk. And this .shell throbs with many and divers motions, to say nothing of tlio earthquakes and eruptions that every now and tfien shatter and shake it and rip it open. Koine of these motions arc regular and rhythmic. Twice a day the moon lifts and lels fall not only nil the waters of the surface but also all the continents and mountains ami cities. Kvcry slightest shock passes through the earth. Seismographs (earthquake registering instruments) are now so delicate that they register the hammering of a horse's hoofs upon a road miles away, while every breaker upon the beach writes tho record of the shock it imparts to the earth. Certain parts of the earth uro steadily rising higher above t he sen, while other parts arc slowly sub siding. Sometimes these slow aiid gradual motions become -'"violent and spa...
Caulfield City Council. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
GaulfLeld City Gouncil. I ' lit' oi dinary meeting of the Thomson Jjaer, King. CharllT Hall'' Sa"K"to' ».'>»?« zi* SS2-*«'i£3W3 Lbi,S "'"' 5 flp|s|,i during the past four weeks P [ Un the leconmiendaticii of the itearaw,-*?' -.vii-a- -f"- ,.7i " f cotn"iissioa on teff«*!ttS5T: Aoo per nnnuni, a free house anr! w -. S «;gpSt»«« v ".ere nas'Irl r'mountinet0 J 2082 0ji 1 ' FmchaKWCVC accePted as follow: Man,,! /237n?8/®"r°ch ^T'8' W" v removing council's coT^4?' bee,la drainage, W. Radnor /-""-"'i [Oalfeish Borough's prop",u"T,°J,^ ,=4T. s'ssivTcS3 s haung a sum placed on the Itf-l S5&""* &lt;=««"-1
Faithful Schoolmistress. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
Faithful Schoolmistress. A reccnt book, entitled "Recollec tions of a Missionary in the Great West," gives a pathetic story of a little schoolmistress who was faith ful to the end. Sho had been visit ing, and, with a dozen or more people, was caught- by a tremen dous cyclone. They were in a house which stood on the edge of a high hi HIT. Tho house wns wrecked, and every infhnte but one Wiled. This' survivor said that the family were at supper when the storm struck the house, and tho schoolmistress happened to sit next the baby, which wns crowing in its high chair. When they found tho poor girl that night, she was still alive, although she died . almost instantly. Tho wind had torn oil her clothes, even her two rings, and left her but one shoe. ITer hair wns whipped to rags. Sho had been driven through several barbed-wire fences, and every bono in her body was broken. In her arms, however, and clasped tightly to lier breast, was the dead body of the llttlo child. Woman-like, sho had ...
Extraordinary Election [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
Extraordinary Eleetioa Nominations for the vacancy in the East ward of the City of Malvern, caused through the resignation of Cr Alex. Dunlop, closed on Wednesday, and the candidates are-Frederick Henry Francis and John Nicholas William Wi'liams An election will be held on Tue-.day, March ro, The fiienls of both candida'es for the vacancy in the East ward are quite sanguine of success, and an active canvass of the ward is being made. Conveyance of Mails.-Tenders will bo received by the Deputy Post master-General, Melbourne, until 3 p m. on Tuesday, 24th March, 1914, f.>r the conveyance of mails fi r three years, viz., from 1st July, 1914, to 30th June, 1917. Particulars of service appear in another CMlumn. The Prahran and Malvern Tram-. ways Trust reports the acceptance of' tender of the Huon Timber Company" Limited for supply, 011 wharf, Mel bourne, of 45,000 Tasmanian stringy bark sleepers, at 4/11 per sleeper. The request of the Grocer's-r Association to be notified when sampl...
Strange Sign of Gratitude [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
Strange Sign of Gratitude A "When 1 u'as starting in business," soys Sir Thomas Lipton, " I was very poor, and needed ovcry penny I could earn to enlarge my little business. I liad a bid of fourteen as assistant. Ono Monday morn ing the boy camc in with a very mournful expression. 1 asked him what the trouble was, and he said, ' I have no clothes fit to wear at church, sir. 1 can't get a new suit, because my father is dead, and t havQ to help «iy mother pay the rent/ .1 thought it over, and fin ally took enough money from my hard-earned savings to buy the lad a good, warm suit of clothes, with which he was* delighted. The next day he did not como to work, nor the next; and when three days had gone by, and I had heard nothing from him, I went to his home to find out what had become' of him. ' Well, you sec, sir,' snid the mother [ of 4he boy, ' Itobert looks so respect able in his new suit, thanks to you, sir, that we thought wc had better look around town and see if lie couldn't get...
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 13. CHAPTER XIX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED^ ^IMPOSTOR THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM : HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. T By 8. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Four Brass Plntee," etc., ctc. PART 13. CHAPTEII XIX.-(Oontinuod.) "One thin# . whs certain-Mildred Moore would have nothing more to do with Mm, Ho was so excited and alarmed* over bin own condition that ho did not revert to the strange. fact that, though Gerald had been Kent away from New York to take him away from the pernicious influence of Mildred Moore, Mildred Mooro claim' ed Ibnt she did not know Gerald Lovering. Had he thought of this in his excited state of mind, undoubted ly ho would havo scented danger, for ho would have suspected that Gerald Lovering1 ami Mildred Moore -were still keeping up their intimacy, and, if such was the case, it would, of course, bo to. her interest to restore Gerald to his own, and unseat Barnes. But, had lie reflected further, there was nothing to prevent Gerald Lovcring eamo forward and claim ing his inheritance, for undo...
A Wonderful Insect. LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE GREEN ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
A Wonderful Insect. LOOKS LIKE A LITl'LIO" GltKISN ISLECTIUC LIGHT CLODE. There exists in tho tropical coun tries of America and in , tho West Indies a curious species of insect which the natives call "Cocuyos," meaning night light insect. This insect emits a brilliant green light from each eyo and . u green light from the under pnrt of the stomach. Some of the natives in Culm, Mexi co and South America use the insect light to read by, 1 placing about fifty of them in ft long glass tubo or bottle, .callcd a "Cocu yera." - Another method is to hang tho "Cocuyera". over ono s bed and then when you want \ to sea the time at night, strike tho. bottle geixtly w»th the hand, when tho "Cocuyos" will light up; This'insect is -quite harmless and inoffonsivo and can be carried in tho hand. -If its siomacn is gently pressed by forefinger and thumb it will give a light, like a small elec tric torch. These peculiar Insects vary in size, but tho largest come from tho Province of Pinar del Kio, in...
READY-WITTED ACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
READY-WITTED ACTORS. 1 Anyone who has hud to do with /h" knows that it is a very dillicult thing1 to .disconcert an old aclor. When, for instance, in an swer to Lord Dundreary's famous ^ut'.sliun to his sweetheart., " Can you waff your left our ?" tho laily 3n one occasion said ''Yes," in stead of "No," at the same time giving practical demonstration of that accomplishment, the imperso nator of the titled idiot, after one instant of blank amazement, quite l urneri tho tables on the fair joker ! by quietly remarking : "Yrt-ns, thought you could-you looked like that sort of girl, you know." A similar story is told of Nuirm, a French actor. In tho course of a piece hq had to be very gay, and to dance, as ho cried out : "Oh, if I had a pair of casta nets'!" Hi9 companion, wishing to discon cert him, had provided a pair, which he drew from bin pocket, say mg : "Here ure what you want*" But Numa was not so easily caught. "All right," said ho ; "as you have them with you, suppose you pluy ...
The New Governor MALVERN'S WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
The Hew-Governor MALVERN'S WELCOME. The welcome; to Victoria's new State Governor and Lady Stanley by Malvern's mayor (Or S. H Wilson) and cDunciillors on Monday afternoon was witnessed by several thousand people. 1 heir Kxcellencies arrived at the town hall shortly after 5 p.m., and as the motor c»r pulled" up three ringing cheers were given by the large assemblage. Sapping from the car, their Kxcellencies were met by the 111 JJ or, Crs Holmes, Devy, Carrjll ami Le-oii, Mr F. Hughes (town cfcrk}, Air Boyd. M.P., Mr Beckett, M.L.C., and Mr Merritt, M.L.C. The may.'.r said:-"Your Kxcellencies on. lieha'f rf the councillors and residents of Malvern, I extend to you a very hearty welcome, and trust that your soj iurn here may be a pleasant and happy one." Sir Arthur Stanley thanked the mayorfor the kind welcome ex-, ended tii tlnm. They had come, he said, to make Malvern their home,' and lo.iked forward 10 a happy time in the city When the time came to leave it-a time he hop- d, (hat w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 27 February 1914
Business Notices. The Home of High-class Tailoring IS AT 222 Glertferrie 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 Oarment. He Specialises in Costumes and Frock Coats. Ills Prices are Most Reasonably. Glenroy Cycle and Motor forks HAS OPENED BUSINESS AT 160 Glenferrie Ijoad, !fa!wi(. Bicycles Built to Order from lOs Petrol and all Cycle Accessories Stocked. Go-Cart and Pram Repairing a Specialty. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOR REPAIRS. A Tiial Respectfully Solicited. S. BARNHILL Proprietor. Professional. MR. JOSEPH L'ESTRANGE, BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, &o" " LE COEUR," , 61 UNION , STREET, MALVERN. ? Telephone 819 Hawthorn. (Uso daytime only) Private No. 1297 Malvern. All Local Courts Attended. DEBT WORK A SPECIALITY. COMMISSIONER of tho> High Court of Australia and-Suprome Court of Victoria for taking Affidavits. Business Notic...