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Malvern City Council MOTOR CYCLE NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
: Malvern City, Council MOTOR CYCLli NUISANCE. J Malvern Council is determined to> put a slop to the unnecessary noises j made by motor "cycles in passing | through the city, and the question! was further considered on Monday j night by that body. Cr. Lewis j asked if any prosecutions had taken j place, and he was informed that a number of cases would be heard be fore the police magistrate at the next local court. 1-le then moved: "That (life town clerk ascertain ) the council's position to regulate j the pace of motor cycles." Cr. Wilks, in seconding the reso lution, said the council should also empower its inspector to prosecute offenders, as well as the police. Notices should also lie posted' iu various parts, of the cifv. warning cyclists. The resolution was.carried.-and !t was agreed to post up the notices suggested, and empower the inspec tor also to prosecute. \ TENDERS ACCEPTED. J Malvern Council on Monday night j accepted tenders as follow: Con struction of Tonrnnga-road...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
Business Notices. The Home of High-blass Tailoring IS AT 222 Glenferrie Road, Malvern J AS. HENDERSON is a Ladles' and Gent's Tailor, r with extensive English and. . . Colonial Experience. . . . He Guarantees Quality, Style and a Perfect Fit in Every Garment. He Specialises in Costumes and Frock C»ats. His Prices are Most Reasonable. Educational, The Christian Brothers' College, 7/ . EAST ST. KILDA. College is within seven minutes -01 High street trams. Westbury : Sreet.off Dandenong Road; -" (jTJLASSES are in active preparation for approaching Commercial, 'federal, and University Entrance Examinations. Commercial Training, Music, Drawing and Painting, Elocution, Dancing, and Gymnastics are under the supervision of Experts. The .taff of Visiting Tutors includes: Violin-Mr J. B. North Piano & Singing-MrH. J. fnge Dancing-The Misses I-Iyams . Gymnasticsr-Mr E. Lorback Drawing and Painting Mr J. Hennessy Elocution-Mr J. H, Hopkins Commercial Subjects Mr B. Lemon First Term begi...
Stealing a Parcel [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
. Stealing a Paroel Alfred On. .. Mack- was . tuund t guilty in tin: t.riirunul Court on :. Wednesday,? beforo ?? Mr. . Justice Hood, of'having stolen four blouses and a costume from the Railway . Commissioners,1 and was remanded'.. for sentence. I Mr. C. J. 2. Woinarski, K.C., ! prosecuted: for .the.Crown, and Mr. ! H. J. Nolan"appeared for Mack. I , The ? Crdwn case was that on ! January 31 a parcel,'containing four , blouses and a costume, was "sent: j from Myers' drapery; establishment , 1 in Flinders-street,. addressed to i\lrs.Sioffnt Caulfield. The parcel was put out of a train at; Oaulfielrl, and a little later it disappeared. On February' 20 Detective Borsum, of I the.. Railway. Department, and other .inquiry officers visited Mack's pre mises in Dandenong-road, Malvern. On" a search being made,-tfie four blouses and costume were found in a . room occupied by Mack. He said that he had purchased the goods from a man whom he believed was a traveller for Paterson, Laing and Bru...
Caulfield Police Court. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
.. Caulfield Pojice Court.- ,, - Robt. liroi-k was fined 10/-' aC" ('aulfield Gourl, on ' Friday, for. driving a motor cycle on the wrong side of Mawthorn-road, on 24th Fcl> ruary. For delivering firewood after 1.3c* p.m. cm Saturday, 31st January, Kenny Home was, on Friday,'fined i'/6, with 10/6 costs, !>y the Cnulfielrl bench. ' Threecharges were preferred against W. H. Nicholson, grocer, Glerihuntly road, Elsternwick, at .the Caulfield CourL on Friday, viz., that he employed Francis Gleeson for a greater number of hours than lie was.allowed to do under the Fac tories'Act; that .he failed td keep a driver's.time book, and that he had not paid. Gleeson the full rate ol wage for the week ended . 17th January. >The bench'imposed a fine of 20/ iii' each case, with £2/2/- costs.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
Influenzal Influenzal Infleunznt Influenza .I f nob treated cirly is likely to leave soriou1) troublo behind. ft hen tho In fltitm/n ii; »!r*t felr got Keove's Ai le.fluons-v Mi.\tare, umi tikt? H it; dofc'.-» piHcriinMl, an-.l the attack will «gcu bo eurcri. ?Piioo,' 2/6 pur bottle. Prepared by Rruvk, Che *t and Lientlst, Qlenforrio Road, Malvern. "Telephone 943 Malvern, . A. J. (Bert) WEBB, Family Butchor. Dandenong Road, Malvern. families waited 011 fo. Orders, Only Prime Meat Kept. Tour Patronage am) Kecornmemla'.iori Solicited. TEL. 849. MALVHRN f'The Corner." A. E. RICHARDS, 3Fjlnily Qrooor & Provision Morcbant, RAILWAY RD. and SOUDAN Si" MALVERN [Near Railway Station; Only Besl Goods Kept in Stock, aisd Sold at Wholesale Priccs. Families-waited on Daily for Orders, Malvern Road Butehi r %. P. PHHM'I®, (iltyoara with IS S. Oiiw.j.) .Desiiesti) intimate to the jesidem? -. of Mafveru and fl,e Sttrrmipfiitn District lint he has OH-NKD ; CA.SH DUTCHEH SHOP at 12 ilAt.VKRN ...
A Preventive of Grimy Hands. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
A Preventive of Grimy Hands. 4 A thorough scrubbing will not remove tho dirt that seem to work right into the skin on tlio hands wheif handling some makes of Electric wires or working about machines that arc covered with oil and dirt. ' A correspondent of Elec trical Keview uses a coaling thoroughly rubbed on the hands be fore starting to work .which pre vents the grime from entering tho pores of the skin. The preventive consists of 4oz. of grain alcohol, 3oz. of glycerine and 3oz. of water. The mixture quickly dries on tho skin, and after work a washing with soap and water will quickly remove all dirt.
WOW TO GET RID OF STUMPS. EFFECT OF POWERFUL ACIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
WOW TO GET RID OF STUMPS. EFFECT OK lWVKIIFlib M il.-. A farmer lui.s hit, upon *ti HI. v tivo method of gi-Uinir ' stumps with the aid &lt;«t « mixture -of sulphuric acid ami nil i*»«" . Tu Creating u stump ^t'l. 'Jin.- in diameter lid. worth »'t" ,-irids v ..re piit; in iin augur hole. and in .live weeks' lime tin.' whole Mump aa-i roots hiul sn rotted thai I hi*y could bo knocked.to pieces w.il'n ,a hoe. A slump in diameter would tuke about huh" n pint each of the acids nnd a smaller slump loss. The acids urn used in equal &lt;|iiiin 111ie-z. find nre not. diluted in unv w«v. A hole is bored . into the slump with, a 12-inch augur. deep enough to hold the quaulitv oj adds - to he used, and then one acid is-poured In nud the other ndrtwl. I hi* :iom is then iplugged"'- air-light. with-.' n,. . w.ooden It -WHS considered that perhaps ?.?there might 1)0 some dumber in mix jWng the two acids, arid n report rwasj obtained from the chemist at tached to the Department, of...
Why Rhodes Was Single. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
Why Rhodes Was Single. Sonic good stories of Cecil Rhodes are told by one of his private sec retaries, Mr. Gordon lo . Sueur, K.R.G.SS. "JJe tried to give the impression of being without feeling/' we arc -told, "but nothing is more absurd, lie was crammed with sentiment to his finger tips, but adopted a bru tal manner and lough . exterior to cover up the weakness of sentiment, and thus many a broken-hearted man nnd woman left him with the Impression-entirely erroneous-that ho was a' callous brute lacking in human sympathy." Rhodes was verycarelcss'about his clothes, and when travelling would make a favourite of onn particular coat, and wear it every day. One such favourite he at last ordered to. be sent to the tailor to be cleaned and mended. Mr. lo Sueur ror coived it ' back next day with the following*.note :-"bear . Sir,-Here with the Niirht" IJonournblo 0. J. Rhodes h coat uncleancd and un mended. We regret that all wo can do with the garment is to make a new coat to match the b...
KINDNESS PAYS. THE ADVANTAGE OF T. EATING COWS HUMANELY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
KINDNESS PAYS. THIS ADVANTAGE OP T. E \TINO COWS HUMANELY. , . A writer says of the cow th:t "she* is ft mother once a year and. like ah' mothers,4 she requires especial care at the time if parturition.11 It seems as if the writer had dis missed this question of motherhood in the cow too quie ly, limiting it. as he did, to the time of parturition. The function of motherhood extends for months, as Ion:; as Hie cow is giving milk, and it is a wise, far seeing policy that discerns the scoi * and bearing of this continuing func tion, and so ministers to tho cow ns j to conduce to the greatest t.roOt tf | the owner. There are a great many I stupid, halt-blind dotish men keepin? I cows. A wise old farmer, speann** o( ! a certain man in his employ,. once said: "I don't know what it is about the man, but he certainly can conx more milk out. of the cows- he has in charge than any man I eve* saw. He is very quiet and gentla with the cows. He is all tne time petting them, and looking'after the...
Oldest Parchment. 2,000-YEAR-OLD DOCUMENT PUZZLE TO DECIPHERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
Oldest Parchment. ,00(l-YEAJt-OLU' DOCCMKNT I'UZ 'XJ.R TO DKCII'MKItEItS. A paper on three Greek documents of the first century before. Christ., found in Western Medin, litis been rend by Mr. Kllis IT. Minus to tho J,ondon Society for tlio Promotion of Hellenic Studies. Mr. Minns explained that tho do cuments were preserved out of a collection from neor Avronnfn. Tho lirst and second were in CJrcek, but tho third, not yet deciphered, was probably in Pchlevi. Number one document had similar but faint writing on the back, and was dated Anno Selunci 1223-IJ.C. 88. It was apparently the oldest docu mcnt on parchment known, except a roll from Egypt referring to tho twelfth dynasty. One ami two -arc both conveyan ces of a vineyard called LUulbaka bng. The first is of the time of Mithradates XT.; tho sccond is from the reign of Phrnates IV. The names of the queens follow on tho dates : Three of Jlithradates, two his sisters, the other, a daughter of Tigranes ; four of Phraates, in cluding ...
Workshops of the Navy. NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
. Workshops of the Navy. | 'NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. The director of naval construction, who Is also deputy-controller, pre-1 pares the designs foe now ships, mill passes tho pluns which aro sent from tho Admiralty to tlio (lock-J .vim! where tho man-of-war is to 1)0. "built. The work of construction is i carried out under tho supervision of j the chief constructor of tho yard. ( 'I'lio calculations for displacement, j which lire necessary to ascertain the draught »f th". vessel, Have already "heen made. In order to secure no-! curacy in the carrying out of tho design and to confirm the dead weight for launching purposes, every thing that, is built into the new ship, such as armour plating, etc., and everything that is taken 011 hoard is carefully weighed, 'l'ho result is .that the actual displace ment-. usually approximates very closely to the calculated displace Ihent. I'ortsmouth is the most important of the workshops nnvy» at len-t as far as the building of ships is concerned. Hero m...
THE DAIRY. FEEDING GOOD and BAD MILKERS [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
THE DAIRY. FEEDING GOOD anil BAD MILKERS A cow requires-food whether she is milking or not. The nmount of food ncccssary to maintain a dry cow. in fair condition, FO that she will nei ther lose nor gain in weight, repre sents whnt is cnllcd her "mainten ance reqiiiremt nt." The maintenance requirement of healthj cows of simi lar weight docs not vary much. J( a cow is milking, however, she must consumc and digest food in cxccss of her maintemncD requirement. Other wise she will lose in woight. The food consumed by a cow yielding milk is thus utilised for two different pur poses. One part is required for main tenance, aod this miy he set down as working expenses. The other part is utilised to fill the milk pail-it is the raw material-from which milk is produced. What is a good cow ? It is one which can digest and assimilate for milk productio i an amount of food which largely excceds her mainten ance requirement. But cows vary widely in this respcct. From the Unl veristy of Missouri t...
CHAPTER VIII. AFTER SIX MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
CHAPTER VIII. . AFTER SIX MONTHS. It is September again. A year has passed since the mysterious white cruiser snatched Captain Paul Vol borth from the cargo steamer in the Pucific ; six months have rolled by since'that March clay when Dick Val entine disappeared from London with out leaving a trace behind him. And Dick recalls these facts as he comes out of a shabby lod?ing-housc on the south side of Washington-square in the citj of New York, and bends hi$ steps towards Broadway, The history of those 6ix months the pass they had brought him to wns not written on Dick's outward appearance. He was neatly dressed, nnd well groomed, his linen was spotless, .his boots and hat irre proachable. But his thoughts wore black- and bitter, and in his eyes was the hard, cynical look of one who has lost faith in human nature. It was a brief and commonplace story. With his careless temperament as ignorant as a child of the pro saic trade of money-making, embit tered by the crushing blows Kate had ...
PLAIN APPLE TART. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
- - IM.AIN Al'l'LB TAHTv';';) /Time to bake, one hour ; if. small, | ha 1 f-n >i-hour. 1 | .Jleriuired: Apples, a teaeupful of ( sugar, tthe peel of.half a lemon or i threoor four cloves. IJalf-a-pound i of puff paste... ; ? ? i Hub a pic-dish with butter, line i ifc with -short pie-crust rolled thin, pare sonic cooking nipples, cut them in small picccs, fill the! pie-dish with them,' throw over ; them a cupful of fine - nioist:sugnr, ;three or four cloves, or" a little grated lemon peel, and add a few spoonfuls of water.. Then cover with puff paste crust, trim off tho edges with a sharp knife, and cut a small - slit at each end, pass. ;a gigling iron around the pie half, aninehinsirio tho edge/, and bake in a&lt; quick oven. . - ..
THE FARM AND DAIRY. CHEDDAR CHEESE FROM PASTEURISED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
THE FARM AND DAIRY. CHKUDAIl CHEH3E FllCM l'AS T13U11ISED MIIJK. The presence of inferior ciic&lt;M ir clicene on tha m .rlcst, an! the lac'c ^ of uniformity which characterises the | product nf the pr.:srnt average cheese factory, is flue primarily to the vari able quality of the mil'; supply fr >m different farms. Jn rn ntt m?t to produce cheese of i;n f«-rm nullity from ;ntlh of variable nci-'ity which is often contaminated with undesirable bacteria, checsrmikers use methods whic'.j vary from &lt;!ny to day, cre fully watching each vat at e 'ery stage of its manufacture and modify ing the process to me t the condi tionH. Even then the qu lity and hIko the yield of "checse vari.s from day to day. In an endeavour to do isc a pro cess for treating milt daily pt the factory to bring it into practic lly a uniform condition for cheesemakin; purposes, Professor Svnm'.s, of . the Dairy Department, lias de eloped a process whereby the ir.ilk is pasteuri sed, and then br...
SOME TRIED RECIPES. WINE SAUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
SOME TRIED RECIPES. .WIN IS SAUCI3. .Ingredients.-Ono whole egij, yolks of-. 5 others, -oo/.. of cnstoi- sugar, a-teaHpoonful ofA potato ..?Hour, 2 lemons, £-pint, oi .French^whlte wine. ? ;.Method-Mix ^thoroughly ..Jit a basin the yolks ot; eggs, ,1 whole, egg, castor sugar, -potato flour, the juice of 2 lemons, a"nd any.Kiench white, wine. . Strain into ivusuucc pun and heat up with a whisk over the fire till themixture begins,?to thicken. bervo while it is light: nml frothy. ?
ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
ONIONS. Winter onion crops arc beet sown during the last week in April or early in May. Tripoli onions is most gen erally sown, superior varieties of which nrc Golden and Giant Roccn, whilst Ailsa Oraig is excellent and produces very large bulbs. All Tri poli onions are, however, soft, mild, j and keep indiflerently when harvest ed, hence of recent years many grow-1 ers have sown in lieu good forms of Spanish onions, and proven that they also stand the winter and come in for transplanting for early bulb ing, being usually transplanted dur ing mild weather in, the month of October. The seed is best sown in very shallow drills eight inches apart, trodden into the drill when sown, and slightly covered with fine soil; should the ground be vcrj dry, it will'be desirable to give the s:ed when sown a good watering, because prompt germination is of importance. Present sowings should be thicker than is desirable in connection with spring sowings, having in view the contingencies of very seve...
SPANISH NOUGAT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
SPANISH NOUOAT. Required.-Half a pound of best icing sugar, G ounces of blanclicd al monds, 12 whites of eggs, 1 table spoonful of orange .Mower water, 0 drops of ratafiz essence, almond oil. Cut the almonds into three, length ways and warm them in* the oven. Put the sugar, orange-water, ami whites of eggs in a saucepan, and whisk them together over a slow heat, till they are quite stiff, like meringue. Stir in the almonds and essence, and allow them to become quite hot, then turn the mixture in to a tin greased with almond oil. Smooth down with a cut lemon, and when set, cut in squares. ~ Or the nougat may be turned into small moulds, three inches in length by one and a half in breadth. Time, about half an hour. Man (who has been knocked down In Fleet Street by a motor-car) : "Where am 'X?" Enterprising Street Seller : " 'Ero yer are, sir; map of Londou one penny1." 1919,
CHOCOLATE PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 20 March 1914
.. CHOCOLATE PUDDI^a. "; As a chango- from plum pudding, some may ? prefer« a steamed . choco late 'pudding' made ns follows:-; Beat d- yolUs of eggs and a cup ful of sugar until very light,nnd add 3 tablcspoonftils of liiilk, the same quantity of grated chocolate, and' a teacupful of pastry flour. Beat thoroughly, then lightly add the stiflly beaten whites of. the. eggs. Fill a buttered ring mould. wJLtli this, steam for 1J hours, and turn out. Cover with' chocolate icing, and fill the centre witlr a gill of cream, whipped stiff with a tabled spoonful of sugar, half a tcaspooti ful of essence of vanilla, and some powdered ratifia biscuils. I'ile the cream high in the middle and gar nish the chocolate icing with rata fia biscuits.