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BRITISH IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

BRITISH IMMIGRATION. Sir,-The standing emigration committee of the Royal Colonial Institute, at its recent meetings, has considered the suggestions in reference to the Dreadnought fund now in the hands of the trustees at Sydney for British immigration, and has forwarded to Mr. H. C. L. Anderson, late under secretary for the Department of Agricul- ture, New South Wales, some of its counter suggestions, which are:- 1. That it is desirable that the greatest possible use be made of this munificent gift to Imperial migration. 2. That the committee is of the opinion that such a sum, if funded, would be far more useful over the long years during which migration must extend than if the capital sum were expended in any given term of years. This suggestion is also   vital in view of the effect on other States, and the possible grant out of Imperial funds to meet such a sum actually forth- coming from private benefactions. 3. The committee agrees that the original plans of the tru...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WEDDING. WOLFENDEN—GRUBB. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

WEDDING. WOLFENDEN--GRUBB. At the Methodist Church, Traral gon, on -Boxing- day, Mr R. C.   Wolfenden, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Wolfenden, of Traralgon West, was married to Miss Florence Evelyn E. Grubb, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Grubb, of "Hollydale,"     Traralgon West. The.parents are old and esteemed residents of the district, while the bride and bridegroom' have spent their lives in Traralgon West, and are great favorites with the residents. The Rev. W. H. Scurr performed the ceremony. The bride wore a handsome gown of cream silk embroidered net, beautifully trimmed and caught up with true lovers' knots. She also worse the usual wreath and embroi- dered veil, also a set of aquamarines (pen dant and earrings), the gift of the bride groom. Miss J. King, the bridesmaid, wore a pretty gown of cream silk voile, trimmed with embroidered insertion and cream satin. A diamond ring was the gift of the bridegroom.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUTURE OF THE CINEMA FILM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

FUTURE OF THE CINEMA FILM. It is only within the last two years that the motion picture has been regarded in the light of an educational factor, and with in that time extraordinary strides have been made in tihe direction of the improve- Pacific Type Locomotive, built by the Baldwin Lo comotive Works for the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway, for passenger service . ment and value of the serious side of the film industry. A number of films of scien- tific interest and importance are now pro- duced. There is no subject which is out of the reach. of the camera, and zoology, bot- The Bowery Floater any chemistry, as well as history and in- dustry, are now yielding films of ut-       most. value and importance.     So far as the masses are concerned, the motion picture may be looked upon as a source of entertainment only, and, this being so, the tendency to improve the films that deal with drama, comedy or subje...

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WILLIAMSTOWN BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN BEACH.   The popularity of the back beach at Wil- liamstown continues to increase correspond- ingly with the added attractions provided by the local council. On Boxing day a crowd of several thousands literally   thronged the beach, where youth of both sexes disported in the water, and parents picnicked on the sands. The scene was one of jollity and en- joyment, and refreshment rooms, side shows and gardens were well patronised from early morn till the falling of the shades of night and after.   As a holiday resort Williamstown beach has become very attractive. It is boasted that in no place around the Bay is the water quite so clear; the neatly planted esplanade path has been extended for a considerable distance; the botanical gar- dens, adjoining the beach, are well kept, and the conveniences generally compare favorably with the resorts on the other side of the Bay, while the fact that there are no hotels within easy distance, co...

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SURF BATHING VICTIMS. THREE LIVES LOST. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

SURF BATHING VICTIMS     THREE LIVES LOST.   SYDNEY, Tuesday.   The surf to-day claimed three more vic- tims, two girls and a boy being carried out and drowned at Blackwood Beach, near Cronulla. Two of the victims were daugh-   ters of Mr. Alexander Louden, of Sydney, well-known in bowling circles. Marjorie Louden, 21; Daphne Louden, 15, and Alexander Louden, 12, were stay- ing at Mr. Louden's week end residence   at Cronulla. Shortly after 7 a.m. they walked down to the Blackwood Beach for a swim. This spot is regarded as the most dangerous around Cronulla, and is generally shunned by the residents. The beach falls quickly away to deep water, and there is always a strong undertow, but the Loudens were evidently unaware of its sinister reputation. The only witness of the tragedy was a little boy who was playing on the sand. He said that Marjorie Louden went into the water first, and that in a few seconds s...

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BASEBALL. THE AMERICAN VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

BASEBALL. THIE AMERICAN VISITORS. The American baseball party, which arrived at Brisbane on Monday, and will reach Melbourne at schedule time, 6th January, numbers 67, including players, umpires, 'fans,' newspaper correspon- dents from, the United States and ladies. The White Socks players are Egan, Schaefer, Weaver, Crawford, Speakers, Daly, Evans, Slight, Calla-   han, Bliss, Scott, Benz and Leverenz. The "Giants" are Donlin, Magee, Doyle, Merkle, Thorpe, Lobert, Wingo, Wiltse, Faber, Doolan, and manager, M'Graw. Among the other mem- bers of the party are Frank Farrell, Tip. O'Neil, Ted Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Comiskey, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Comiskey and Mr. and Mrs. James M'Aleer. The tourists were all vaccinated at Victoria, B.C.. before sailing on the Canadian Pacific liner Empress of Japan, 19th November, to comply with the Japanese quarantine require- ments.   The teams played an exhibition match on the exhibition ground, Brisbane, on Thursday mo...

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MOTORS AND MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

MOTORS AW M OTOWINQ. By': STEERING COLUMN. Christinas: visitors to the city -could, not, help noting th;e cldihang ein Swanston-street traffic. Twelve months ,agop one motor omnibus was ply ing for. passengers between Princes-bridge and St, Kila;r'- On Christmas eve there were 25. At` one time no fewer'tlian eight of the huge nma chines, laden - with passengers, were all in the length of a city block. The Melbourne Motor Bus Co; carried nearly 100,000 passengers diring. the week.- and only one invoaiiatary stop for tel minutes occurred. This is bxcellent testumony to the mincharical' efficiency- of the nioueri nmotor vehicle. Leprosy appears to be little diecaded in Eng land. - A victiu of the disease has been a motor omnibus conductor for several years. Meu~cal men say that in , ngiand the disease is not con tagious. ' A danger which woman motor cyclists should be prepared for is the ignition of tWcir skirts.. Any leakage of petrol coming into contact with the m:gneto or exnaust pi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 3 January 1914

3RTmS, A A AND BI1RTHS ASTBURY.- O1 the 19th December, at Nurse Hose's -private hospital, Foster, to Mr,. and Mrs. WV. N. A'stbury-" daughter. :. CURTIS.--On the.72th December, at.Tuptertewood Fannm, Sunbury, the wife of M. J. Ourtis-a. daugh ter. DWERRYHOUSE (nee Avie McLeod).-On the 24th December, at Johannesburg, South Africa, the wife of Clarence Dwerryhouse-a daughter. (By cable.) GILLESPIE.-On the 25th December, at Walpeup (Victoria), the wife of David P. Gillespie-a daugh ter (premature). WESTCOTT (nee Ethel Hollow).-On the 14th December, to Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Westcott, of "Olinda," Alfonso-street, North Perth, .W.A.--a daughter. MARRIAGES. JAMES--BIRD.--LSilver Wedding.)-On the 25th' December. 1888, at Bairnsdale, 'by the Rlev. Edward Veal, Henry James, to Mary Bird, eldest daughter of William Bird. Present address: Oriolt, East Gippsland. KEMP-NEWELL.--Silver We?d?ing.)-Oa the   27th December, 1888, at Christ's Churoh, Adelaide, South Australia. by the late Dea...

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. First Day.—Saturday, 4th April. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

[.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. First Thy.-Satuhlniy. 4th April. DO\CASTIER IHANDICGA1, of 20 soas each, with *^090i :· its. auded;c~i secondl~. 400,; thIrdl, '00) sovrr. 0O,' mile. Plintini. D)inlifport, Hunter, BIeragoon, Colden Ilop, Ethlil l3tclhey, Tofuo. My Caxonni, Ilellara, First Principle, 3allysheen, Polynesi:i, BruiIiildla, Aifr,i Pi id l, tilultf, Aurdun Uia, lii. i., :Arlt Mler1, Sir \Willie, Carnell, Sunlnil:e, .,ohn Port, Third Prize, Alired Jackson, CGireel, 3ialtcliester, Vlrgill;a. Cangou, Cannnloue, e dr Iugerficre l( Iris-. lion lrolther, llircrhird, M!iss T.,. Worroloi'go, Willowv Green, Athenic, Sound Aacep. La France .(hip.), Ligero, Early ilopt', Marculfuo,. Fern, Wanmuine; ~ ~, eey, SpirkliingIDev, Neombi, Miss Lergation, Coruena,~ P'opirjpy, Bestr Scot', Cider, VloArrowformx, Mult (foil, Ki rribil Ii. Torpen, Screle, Nnuwra Eliyo, Sycnetic, Cazrnue, Iloyal. Mere, Ewen ihoe, Picorcur, Moiiigiue, lInu Soult, Zinti, leontlock, Pougo, Co:'adlil, Iloyal Laddie, ila. Iris...

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VIEWS ON HOME LIFE. A CYNICAL COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

VIEWS ON. HOME LI'FE. SA CYNICAL COLffENT. In. this country mawdish" sentiment about *home, sweet home," is as. mucht our, of place as. plum pudding 'on a sweltering Christmas day. It is not a cause for won der thht; people who- caln afford. it are fly ing in increasing numbers to the conipara tive bliss of the flat and the boarding house: Australia, probably owing to' physical; and climatleC reasons;, produces a rane of wo men who, in ninety eases out of a huntmdred, have no domestic instincts; and wlthont the proper type of woman a- home- such as we knew. it in the: old: country is- im possible'.- Let, me .give you brief deacrip tuons of:halfa dozen "homes"' in our atreet --a.comfortable.part of southern suburbia. They are not selected; I will take tihem as they come in point of eontiguity to my own residence. On the left-hand side of me there is a rapidly, aging couple, who- have bLth worked early and late to provide for a large family. The wife in this case was' born and domesti...

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MELBOURNE TROTTING CLUB Monday, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

NMELBOJR1IINE TfROITTING OLUB MIonlay, 12th Januairy. lurnley Iitu?c;ap.-lioremo. t (liar.), The An g:lus (llar.), ilurnrln (liar.), Dan Marvin (.S.ul.). IEggy (liar.), liillona (liar.), Marvin's Iner (liar.), ser.; lriwood. (liar.). iia:iieleigh Dit.k (Ih:r.), 20 yls. behind. ser.; Dart'in' (iliar.), 25 yds. -Ihind st er.ar; Sari.lli (ar.). 50 yd... ihetii are.; l ellhohne (lar.), IRex (Sad.), ), 5 'di. heli..iil [err.; I?,mlrattee, ( iit (liar.), 410 ye.. li bindl scr.; 3i: 1 Jes:ie (Ilar.), .15 y ls. bl.Jhi i ser.; Vinnr. ( lr.) 75ys. iiyc. bhin,' "?r. Flying IItndircap.--llappy Thought..10 yds. le lind sel.: .1iss lIt-li, 20 ydi. Whiei ser.: Warn in- 13ells. 25 ydd. Inehindl srce; Go(od'wi. iIttik lorest, "15 yds. bvhintl ser.; Bnril B., J.1 yds. he hinll ser.; a t II). 15 yds. behind -sier.; The n.ail, l0 yds. belhil setr.; BIlob liley, May ilighlwood, 100s y.s. behind ser. untraelet.--Dixie Orum (liar.), Ilardnie Wilkes (Il r.), Why BI. (llar.), scr.; Comancha e (Sal.), -rorni...

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A RETORT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

A RETORT. BY A WVOUND)ED WIFE. r am boiling with indignation over the outrnagotun attack on housewives by a wrctciccd" fellow whlio has buardened his poor hclpmeeti witlh fifteen children. Allow nme. to give sometlhing on tlhe other sidc, f;dtr hia o.wn. methods. After",long observation and experience, I am convinced that Aus tralia, pro a.ity owing to ihyeical and' rlimlabic reasons, prolduces a race of men who, in 90 cases out of a 100, have no domestic instincts, and without the proper' t;pe- of man a home such as we knew; it in.. the old: country is impossible.. Let nme. as a. woman, give you a descriiption of somc "nomtc' in our istrcet--a comfortwbke palrt of Soutihern Snburbia. (O)n the left aide of my dwelling tlhere is a couple. with. a fairly large family, whose cupboard contains a grihsing skele ton~ Be fore mnarriage tle 'husbanld ?wan a gay, stick dhn inh c eihottomed young gentlemartln who walledc witiB a stauc auidi a stiff aeck and vho evi?lentlby thorught that Ie- w...

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V.A.T.C. OAKLEIGH PLATE. Saturday, 14th February. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

V;A.T.C. OAKLEIGH PLATE. Saturday, :14th February. . The followiig enltries were received yesterday for te -Oalileigh Pllate,. five furlongs and a-. half, of 1I?0 sos., to be run ift Caulfield next month;- Tihgle Noble Bonnie Avonwort _ Mui Melton Quair Burn Aboyne Ireland Coolamatoing Elvanite Pinkerton - Precious Iocenit Peck o' Maut Ordnlinal Captain White Alccumner ihl:dlton Yarrien Defence (inmp.) Adorn Andleloda Jolly l3enggar Lord Wlla Gold -Brew Silver Lad Widgiewa Averse Pittsulrgh Spieh Traqoettle Tramonanta Alldacity (imp.)Coolaguuyah Upright (imp.) Rose Royal Irish Mist llathloa Miss Co\ier Saracen. (imp.) Four Flush Arndel Ilighbro\ir (imp.). Naxberry Freeplay Lornecz Nangunia Queer:.Blague Ianmlsome Maid (imp.) eouchal Machree Orphan Maid Dhlidul Antoinette Lipola (imp.) . Philio Ostressa Tl'ruty Servant Trisetteo Early Hope Brtelle Ethel dllndey WVoorak. llrattle Ballyshee?n' Tntterh;y Ifapy.v Lady llrnmibilda." Athenic - iraw .Tueen Tof Valido Iluhy Iallton alrnell A...

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A NURSERY FOR HOLIDAY BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

A NURSERY FOl: +HOLIDAY BABIES. A thing that is-unique among the flea :tures of holiday resorts, and one that ii very well worthy of: imitation,.. is a .sands nursery for holiday babies. Such an enter prise- 'has proved a financial success. at Southport, the popular English. seaside place. That it was an institution mucd needed is evinced by the patronage. be stowed. Nearly 16,000 children wqece re corded as having .passed through its lit' tie turnstile by thce end of the summer. Its popularity is due to- the fact that at the nursery on the sands little folks enjoy themselves among other children, whilst they are apt to. get overtired.and cross if participating in a long day's pleasure with their "grown ups," who are-- thus enabled to go off in pejce and enjoy their holiday in their.own way-and eventually go home in much better tempers than is the- case when they have to spend the day on the beach looking after thie children. Since the venture has scored, a decided success, despite ...

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VICTORIA RACING CLUB. First Day.—Saturday, 28th February. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

VICTORIA RACING CLUB. First Day.--Saturday, -28th February. .NIEWMAUKET IIHAND)ICAP, of 25 sors. each, with 3000 sovs. added; Eecond, 600; third, 300 sovS. For 3-year-olds and upwards. Six furlongs. Ye:eda Paper Monmy Th Chritian ol'ee o' 3Maut Artidel lrother Iloyal Scotch 'Polldook Pepinjay Tl'ran:ortanta Recaller Bct Scot AX'c:wort 31ies. Gower Cider • Ilvanite VWhite Plume Ligero Al:oyne Clt:ra Earlyv Iopo Allansford Antoinette Athenic P.nkerton OOtressa Sournd Asleep lRathl ca Loch Amos Valdlo P'ittsburgh Captain WVhite Lord Liddell Ahlconner lownit Arron?formn Defence . All. Rled Nwara Eliya Jol!ly Beggar Mountain Prin- Sir Willie Silher Lad ctc-s - Beau Soult Lpright Coolsagunyah Kent. Loch : Mis-s Melton Winnepeg S.eeifuast Ireland ' Atidelosia IModlify F'our Flush Col -liroew Gigar.dtlra .lDuldul Averse Coradil NIngunia Queen hish Mist ' Ioyal Laddie Philio Yarrien .C.lrcss 'oblo Bonnie Saracen lnanaus Qulair Burn Highbrow St. .1edoc Coolamatong Wyv!eth tlubly. Hampton . I'...

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BRIDEGROOM LOSES MEMORY. DISAPPEARS ON EVE OF WEDDING. PERTH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

BRIDEGROOM LOSES MEMORY. DI.SAPPEARS ON EVE OF WEDDING. PIERTfH, Sunday. Lionel- Jeffrey, a' youg?g teacher in thh Fremantle school, wio was-to:.have- beei married on- Nw .Year's -day, disappearec last Monday:-night, his luggage- behig lefi at his lodgings. Detectives searched _for Jeffrcey in vain, but on Safurday- monin, he walked into the police office,..to .which.n man had directed. him,'in order to- ascer tain his: ow-n name and- address. He was ir a dazed condition,.. and did not recognise his ow-n nazme. His p·hotograph, however was familibar to. him. IHe was taken tc the hospital for treatment. Captain F. HIngenmeyer, of the N.D.L. mail steamer' Seydlitz, which arrivad at this -porto on Monday last, was in command of the steamer on a voyage from -.New' York to BIEremen in October last when he: was alled vly wireles.- to the help of .the burning ,.olturna, and a'fter some very strenuous wiork in a heavy gale he succeeded in resci ing 45 sou!ls from the 'butning. vessel. His c...

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RASH ON CHEST AND SHOULDERS [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

ANDSOULDER Burning irritation, Worse. Night .and Irning C Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Cured. Also tsed Them for Scalp Trouble, Caroona, Via Quirindi, N. S. W.-" A small rash came on snychest and shoolders, with. a burning irritation, which would get worsm night andn maorning and then the itch ing would go for a while. This lasted for - two years. during which time I bathed. it iwlth:different lotions with little permanent effect. At last I determined to try Cutleura Soap.and Ointment. I used to bathe the parts with the Cuticura Soap and thon put' the Cuticure Ointmentl on, and I could feel relief in a very short time, so I kept, on till I was cured, and -I have hadno return of the* trouble for about twelvo months. "Outicura. Soap andi Olntment I hanv round are really good for tho scalp and.stop. the hair from fallIng out.: I am sure There is.nothing.to equal the Cuticura Soap and. Ointment, and I. have heard several say so besides myself." (Signed) S. ]3rown, Feb. ruaryr 191...

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TO REMOVE DANDRUFF [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

TO1REMOVE DANDRUFF Provent? falling haiir, remove crusts and scales, and allay itching and irritation of the scalp, frequtent shampoos with Outicura Soap,:assisted. by occasional dressings with Outicura Ointment, afford the speediest and m?ost economical treatment. Thioyassistin promoting the growth and .beauty of the hlair -by. removlih g those: conditions which jend to make it; dry, thins and lifeless, often loading tofpremature*grayness and loss of hair.. Cuticura Soap and. Cuticura Oint. mont aie sold throughout thoe world. Lib oral.sample of' each mailed froo- with 32-p. -Skin ,Book. • Address- E. -Towns' & -oj a:ydnoy, N. S. W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

ARE YOU AS FAT AS SHE IS IF SO, REMEMBER 5/3 WILL MAKE YOU THIN. Aqents:-fLoy and Gibson, Colling. wood; Maclellan and Co., The Big Store, Prahran; Bowen~ and: Co.,. Swanston-street; or direct from S;. H. Henchall, 243 Clarendon-atreet,: South · Melbourne; I, DIAMOND .ENGAGEMENT RINGS. They're our. speeialty! Examine the pure whitencs of the diamonds; note their brilliant lustre. That white brilliance is perrnnanent-nas. uredil. by the selection of first water dhimord only. Our moderate pric o ivg--due tp nmkirng all our owi rings-will please you.. - LDiamond ,ling 8peclIllas , Wadchnmahe and Joewelle • 130, 138," f40 &. t49 ELIZA8Ei IEBIEE.T - , . . m mm, FREICKbES are as much of a disfigure ment as are sqpot;s and pinples. Thcrcfore, we say, keep thle skin clear, pure amnd white Ly tihe aid of two mater spccialities -Virilec Beautifying Skin Food and No vena. Sunproof and Windproof Crems. T!:e fcrmer, Valaze; is the wonderful plre paration, whose mis?ion it is to repaii, t...

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BANNING THE TANCO VIEWS OF SOCIETY LEADERS. LONDON, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

BA1'ZNNIUG THE TANCO vInws OP SOCIETY LEADERS.. LONDON,. 5th January. Following. upon the publication .of intcr views. with.. London society leaders on the subject of banning -the Tango from.. ball rooms, the "DaiWy Chronicle" publishes the opinion of some leadinw members <if New York society, who apnrove of the d.dnce though they admit that-some .forms of.it ares objectionable. - It is. stated that Cardinal Farley's- onpo- sition to. the. Tango. has caused the cancel lation of a number of balls..in N~ew York,; including one at the -Roman. C?tholic'.In stitute, to which 600 guests had beed in vited. Several London restaurants at which the Tango has been danced are substitutine English dances,: notably the-stately minuet.1

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