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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. ', Cleaning White Paint.--Aftcer washing white paint or enamel, always polishi with a little fur niture cream. It not only preser'es the paint, but it keeps clean much longer, as dirt doe. not adhere so 'casily to the polished surface. Also, the paint is much casier to wash next time. Shoes. and Gaiters.-Keep- a econd: pair of, shoes at business. When the weather is wet,. what coan be worse than 'damp or wet shles? Gaiters are splenldid thinifi for leepil5g the ankles alnd feet warm, espccially in cold or draughty Shops -Offices oir- workrooms: during the winter mnont!?s. Gaiters act as a preventive against rheumatism in the legs, caused by skirts being damp round the ed.e. They are also a support for the legs to .anyone tendmling the greater part o fthe day. SA Useful .Iint.-Many pieces of china are chipped and spoilt owing to their coming into contact with the sink taps. To avoid 'this, detit Lsome short lengths of garden hose, and fit on the nozzles of' the taps....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RADIUM FOR CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

RADIUM FOR CANCER. Sir Alfred Pehrce Gould, speaking at a meeting of the court of governors of the Middlesex ItHospital, aid thiat great import ance was attached to the nse of radium, and particularly in connection with ma lignant disease. It was in cancer cases that radium was of the greatest importance, and it was in that way that they had had most experience of it in Ohatt hospital. The dis ease was one which would sometimes cure by itself. Since the last court in May a man had been dischiarged ifrom the cancer charity after heinx ill for two y car,, and after being pronnunc?ed incuablle. With out radium, or any specific i or operation, 'the man got quite well, and returned to w-ork, and was now in robust health. That fae made them of necesaity eacefui of how they spoke of the disease. It would not be accurate to say that radium was an ascertained, proved and certain cure for cancer in the same way as d'u.gs cured dis ease for which t·hey were spc:ifies. But so long as the diseis...

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THE HOUSEHOLD. STANDARD OF LIVING. PEOPLE'S PURCHASING POWER INCREASED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

THE HOUSEHOLD. STANDARD OF LIVINC. PEOPLE'S PURCHASING POWER INOREASED. \ The Commonwealth Statistician, Mr. G. H. Knibbs, has been making furthe~ in. vestigations regarding the cost of living, and the facts hlie has elicited go to shoit that the purchasihg power of the peoplo of Australia is increasing at a greater ratio than the advance of the cost of. living. That a higher standard of hiving is lJ?ing now attained Mr.'Knibbs shows by taking the annual average consumption per head of population of articles in cdminon uise from 1903 to 1912, in quinquennial periods. Such comnmodities as tea, coi<h.: juams, fruit, confectionery, cocoa, picklti. sugar, soap, bacon, cheese, spirits, beer and to bacco, were chosen, and the consumption, wt was found, had increased, accdrding to the following figures: 1903-1907 ...... 876 19 07-.11 ....... 943 1909-1908 ....... 859 1908.1,1 .. ...... 971 1905-190 .......; 90 1911.. ...... .. 1000) 1906-1910 ...... 924 1912. ... .... 104 Saving...

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"BANDSMAN" BLAKE BEATS "DIXIE KID." [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

"BANDS:MAN" BLAKE BEATS "DIXIE. KID." "Bandlsman" Blake defeated "Dxice Kid" (Anaron L. Brown) on points in a bout of 20 rounts in Lonton on,]st inst. Blake waa a stone the heavier man, and alwayP out-pointed thb Amncricanl, whllo, however, took his punishment gamelcy.

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O'KEEFE V. CARPENTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

O'KEEFE V. CARPESNTER. Pat. O'Kecfe has been riuche:! to box Georges, Carpenticr on 19th inst. Tihe former hlis in con Fequence postponed his departure for Auii'ralia to fulfil his engagements to Mr. "Snowy" Blaker. At thle Briobane 6tadium on Thursd:lmy n;ght, in the prcsncllee of a large gathering, Frank Thorne defeated Joe Russell on Ipoins in twenty rounds. lRussell had nuch the best of the first ten rounds, but afterw:ards hle tired a little, ~utl Thorn, making a f:ine recovery, secured the decision. At the Brisbane Stadium on Saturday, Watty Austin defeated Pat Kennedy in the eleventh round, the towel having been thrown in. At the Victoria. Ia:ll. Bright, on Saturday nlight, before a large gathering, Scone Attridge, ef ani:diligong, met Mick (:avun, of Albury, in a 10-round bexing contest, for the -clhampionshin of the niorlth-east. lThe flgl;t war so even that the referce, A. II.. Wollsac, ordered an .extra rbouad before giving, the verdict to Attridge.

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BOXING IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

BOXING IN SYDNEY. At the Sydney Stadium on Saturdsay iight saylor,; the American light weight, defeaited Alfl Mored. -The pair were well mnatched, but Sayvlor: had a slight dtvantage in height and reach.i -Morey boxed well, and led in the early rounds; but SaylCr has a punch that had a damaging effect, and the carme out the winner. At Newto\al St:uliun, Sydney, on Monday night Les Darcy, of Newcastle, *beat Jack Clark, of England, in the ninth round. Clark gave up Safter taking considerable punishment.

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THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

THE KITCHEN. :Improved Tlaco:n.-Cut off.the rinds .and -soak .rashers of bacon in cold milk for..an..hour. Take them.out and- dredge well with ilour (bath sides) and :fry in fat. This is a delicious. improvement -en.:thue ordinary method of frying.Biacon. Sor Fish Friers.--No matter hGw much dripping ...is used; fish, whn being rtried, is very apt to stick to the plan bottom. To prevent ,this, bsfore using y'ou'r .pan put a tablespoonful of dry salt into :t, and rub well all over with grease proot paper, .and it will be found a thorough success. Tomato .Precrvc.--This is a favorite Amenr:-can recipe. Take medium-sized tomruatccs for making, - ?hen theb ar_ j;ust ripe. Scald them and tak;e off -ihe skins, ,nd to each pound of tomatoes add one p-und -of sugar, the juice and rind .of half a "emon, aud a littl~-'iTece of root ginger. Let "thcm cook slo-l\o for about three hours, and put the preselrve awa\\y? in wide necked hotdles. To prevent potatoes staining the fingers, soak them for...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

WECT?ERN AUSTRALIAN CIAMPIO1NSHIP. A fight on Friday night at lKalgoor!ie for the middle weight championship cf We-t rn Australia, betwoen "Bill" Ruddl and '".Kid" George rcsulted in victory for George,; who knocl;ed Rulidd out in the third round. The open ing 'roundM went to Rudd. and the second was even. In t th~third round lRutdd was sent down and he took nine eco;nds. On rising George knocked him out with a heavy right to the jaw. i

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HOW THE WOMEN OF VIENNA OBTAIN THEIR PERFECT BUST DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

;W TE H WOM A O F VIE NN?511 THBR PE FETT EBST ELFP..MENT. Dr. Colonnay, of the Faculty of Medicine, Paris, dispels many popular illusions and upsets all previous theories regarding rapid development of the bust. Why .costly advertised methods fail.. ;- ow any woman may now develop her bust at -least six inches in thirty days -without exercises, massage, prescription, apparatus, -or any similar expensive, inconvenient and har-mful methods. The simp.le home .method used by the ,women of Vienna fully explained below for the benefit -of .M-elbourne "Leader" .Readers. "No -matter hetlher -a woman be young or oild, nor what her condition of :health: may be, I firmly believe that in this treat :ment she hirs an infallible :method for -developing and beautifying -her ''ust." ':?hus speaks no less an authority Than 'Dr. Colonnay, of the Faculty of Medicine, Paris, regarding the remarkable- method of natural bust development first -used in this country by 1M!1e. Margarette Ierlain, who :unti...

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W. A. T. C. ANNUAL MEETING. FOURTH DAY.—SATURDAY, 3rd JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

W.A.T.C. . ANNUAL . MEETING. YOUT:'II DAY.--SATURDAY, 3rd JANUARY. FREMANTLE PLATE, of 200 sors. , Six :furlongs. OWLET (Muri'lo-M.?orepork), 7.3 .. (Bennett) .1 (GAUI'EE PRINCESSS, 712 ........ (Kenny) 2 MARICAUX. 8.0 ,.......... (Darc') .3 Ejector, Codilla, Mitly Hlilton, Bcresford, .Un coil..and Lord Tmrnville also started. .1 etting: 7. to 2 againset Codilla,. 6 to-1 OWLET. Won by a lengtih and a quarter, a length be twecen sccond and third. Time, -1 min. 15 2-5th sec. Dividend for 10!, .£3, 10/. CO?RONATION STAKES, of 500 sors., for three year-dc.is. Or"e mien.and .a h fuurlong. GCLTEEI QUEEN (Bobadi-Vibrate), 7.10 .. ....: ...... (Kenny) 1 LUCKY EGGACR, D.2 . ... .. (Sibbritt) 2 DOWNDALE, 7.0 .......... (Ilopwood) 3 Dakai, Golden Meadl, Cocoaleca, IHouseboy. Miss Fides, Platicince, 3Malt .Star, WatchkLey, . 1-olbeck, iMorning Belle, . Greymara, Affaire d'Asmour, JiliPzwalra, lcconnoit-re, Minever and Opera King also sar ted. Botting: 2 to 1 against Iouseboy, 16 to 1 G.LT2EE QU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

" WHY SIrPER?'" . WtYl. YOU CA, N OR?lTN nRELIEF. LIG~MOLLIENE ,S 'a? ceRTIN CURE FOR ALL' SXUN DISEASES. Prke, 5738, 'posted. Write for Testimonials., W. g. MALYON and SONS.' ChLemists, B~L~LARAT Prove the Goodness of Leviathan Fabrics. SiEND THE COUPONC IF you onul~I know what the best dre.ssed .el in town are Cwearing-w4lat is sn?arttest and . most correct in .nttern. and shade, send the co~pon for Leviathfan Patterns at (Mail Order Special.) IF you know.anything of cloths, you wiUl recognise the splendid quality of these fMbrics--their 2 smartness and their serviceability, you'll be bound to a mit you have never before seen so good at the came price. And if you choose from the batch we send you, and order a Suit,.you do so, remember, at OUR risk, for every Leviathan Suit to measure is GUARANTEED to a BUTTONHOLE We Pay Freight on All Orders. Catalogue Post Free. THIE LEVIATHAN, - Cr. Swanston and Bourke Streets. Melblourne. Please send lce a pattern Felectionll of y:our .Sqtit in...

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MENTONE RACES. Saturday, 3rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

;··~:; iiEN~T OE tRACEaS. St1urda, 3. rd January. HUlDI LE- RACE'oiS f 100 sers.; second, 10; ird, 5 sors. AbLout two nil?nes and twen:.y yards. KI. : Pieret's hli; It '' DDEN (Grafon-Lit.tle. .Glads-)i .. '10.7: .. . . (.5. KellS) -1 E.. A, Cr nolly's b I DOMINICIAN, 4y., 10.3" .. ... .. .. . . .. . .. " " (IT. Cairns) 2 J. O. Dwyver'." br g M3'ALPI.N. Cv., 11.0 (inc. 7 Il.?en.) .... ...... (iI. J. Morganb ) 3 Stern Anchor, a., 10.5 (D. Williamsjen; Artil icry Bill , 9.33 (J. P. Edwardls); 1Millkatah, 6y., 9.9 (J. Nicholls); and Brow2birid, a., 9.5 (I. Leahy), also started. ettingr. '- to 2- against Dminician, 3 to 1 'WIDDEN, 7 to 2 5['Alpin, 15 to 1 .each.BIrown bird, Milkabah arl Artillery BilL Won hfteFr a great race by half a rneck, two longths betweeen scond and third. M-lkalthL war fourth, Artillery Bill :fifth, ]lrownljird next, and Srn'..Anchor last. Time, 3 .mrain. 45 see. F{lRS'I DIVISION TIIANDICAlP, of 70 sys.; second, 7; :third, 3 sovs.. Six furlongs. J. Lynch's br gPR...

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CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

CAU LFILD. ,ifralno, Prince -Haaoc and .Zenalbma. have been scnt up to Bac1bus M?l?'a for , spell. : -lthat very mart galloper, the TWelkin lilly AndeSine, :has .again bccn put into w\ork by 1I. A. Bellamy. ,T. I-laiward is giving the 2-year-old Do~r midor (Royal .Artillery-La Sic.ta) another' spidl. - After a couple oft monthi iholiday LAvon w\aorl has boeen put into \work- again b C(has. W\ilson. D)inforget (.Caiiman-Reuiinduur) is to bde turned out for a .loIng spell. The steeplechaser Monorail has gone-td the Western district in .ncharge of. E. Dono. van. 'Monorail will race at Warrnambooi and. other meetings in that part of't-e .State during..the.next few weeks. Messrs. Baillieu's recent importations,. William of Orange (WVilliam the Third--La Belle France) . and Sap* (Eager-Quidr), .who have completed their term of qnat antiue, have been -sent to Lererdclerg, Bacchus Marsh, for a spell prior to being put into-traiinng at Canilield by--. iMu-s grave . . C. Moore sustained a. na...

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ASPENDALE PARK RACING CLUB. Saturday, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

ASPENDALE i-ARK RAICING OLUB. Salnrday, 10.h January. Maiden Pla;e, hi"e furiong..--Noblec Doinie, Th<e Tuck, Wync:h, lurraka.i, I arolks, 8.0; Liqui tieor, 7.12; De1)ltlyris, Egotism, (hica, La Calr't2, alvacecus, PoIp'Oiai, .T.N.O., Preip, Arbalest, 7.9; Lon:g Rang', C-aibylc; ],oyla3 , -Scofan, L2rd 'alpuket, 6.12; glright Orange, G.9. S:eoch'.se. two mile:.--Iing Dari; 10.13; I G.1.D., 10.11; Poweriul, 10.5; Algabohnyab, Tam burella, Wt.stetlud, 10.3; ,elenus, 10.1; :alarnP., i 9.13; Cmnivaeer .cle Guide, 9.11; ELlnchallLed S:at.es; 9.8: Scnny B., 9.0. -Aspo dale Plate, six furlong~ .-Thc Beggar ,aidl 9.3; 1 4, orgette, 0.0; Aphirit, ,9.7; Earl Godawn, - 8.13; gotacmanumd, 7.13; Mindai, 7.1; Black Pan, Lipoe'i 7.3; eosny,n .13; Rose Ko, (late/Sura), Ju!lnndor, Ordinal, 6.11; Waller Tyrilr, Nikopoli, G.8. Arpendale I nil: IIandiomp, one mile anrd a quarter.--The Pariian, 9.9; Atora, 91).3; Yencda, t.13; Ro- eiew, S.7; Siytianmorc, 8.1; Delph:c, 7.13; Merinigue, '7.; Ia...

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RICHMOND RACES. Friday, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

.RICfIIHMOND ACES. .riday, 2nd Janutry. Hawthorn Handicp. of 50 aovs..· for 14.1 hands .u., ervenr furlongo and a hlalf--J3. Croxford's br i Impprliast (Tamenund-1m?ierious,- Gy., 1l.O (j,. Fioher). 1: 'F. Uoopcrs.br m oodrGxiI ,.. 54y... 12 I b'. Williams), .: 2 V. Ml's gm Nociatia. 5.. i.7 SJ. Higins). 3 .ounltain .Iose. 9.0" (J, L rkins); Gladlnts, &7 I(H: .acksThc): Littlo Bendul. 67 (J. Henley), snd Ladr 1b1 jety.7'C (ad. 7.1 ((. 7W aInce), also htfarte.l etting: 2 to 1 nganlst Good Bye, 3 to I Nociatin, 7 to 2 Moanaint Rose. 4 to 1 Imlperialist. 10 to I others. Won by a lenth and a lquarter. Noentia tno lengths and a hail noay third T'rime. 1 min. 4! 4-5th see. tichmond Purse, of 70 sos.9. for horses nad gal tyv.ays, five Furlong.--M. Cusack's Mk g Our Jack, (Ilymettus--Lobelia). a., 9.1 (Ri. Hore), 1: H: I)ick's Jr nl Nordica. Gy, 7.9 (G. Wallacel. 2; R. Foley's b .g Uns~aoken. a., 0.0 J. Newton), 3. Bonnie nura, 9.0 (C. Cusd in); Wee Juggler, S.9 (ed. 8.10) (A. Yinin...

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AQUATICS EVENTS TO COME. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

ETENTS TO COME. JANUARY. ~24, Upper Yarra regatta ........ . • **. 24 Albert Park Lake regatta . .. ..... ....

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NOTES FROM THE GREENS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

NOTES FROM THE GREENS. The Pi elc men who vieiftd Iallarat on Saturda'i ansi returned with the ashes, were very proud oi their victory. One oi thimn said, "it we could only put all our best players in the fAild we coubt donkey lick Ballarst evcry time." (Quite a numihe. of 1he Press bowlers are associated with 'Tie Age" and "The Leader," and are very ke u treul( lors. Thry hail nlonly from South Melbcu:n2, Richmond Union, North; itzroy and mlieY;, nd play re~gularly in.pennant onltestsJ. Tom WVi.l~ans~i my Ilallarat frieud, h.d better school his I'rese boys up for future engagements if they. e:er hope to have a chance .of regaininr the lost eshcz. Let ine also le' him into the recret that there are quite a number of top naicher l'res. mile.l waiting in ambush to join in and strenlgthen the ranks, if it bie nce"sar5y to nieet any special in ve~ijorvfrom.· j3:sllart. Taihing of tlalarat, reminds.me m that the last ustralian singie chsenpionshiP went to a iolde~ City sILsyer, ai;Isi'L ...

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CITY CLUB'S TOURNEY. PAIRS WON BY LEWIS AND STANHOPE. SOUTH MELBOURNE WINS RINK TOURNEY [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

CITY CLUB'S TOURNEY. PAIRS WON DY LEWIS. AND STANHOPE. SOUTH NMELDOURNE WINS RINK '1 OUANEY The City Pcwuing Club's annual arnhial, played on. New Year's day, and Friday and Saturday, was a great succss. Th'e weather was ideal fo: bowling, be'ig nice and xrmn, yet with c ol breetzes biowtin genrtly irom. the south, whicn made the cotnittionth periect. The green we fj t, and whle sone of the rinks ware bare in patches, 'till the *w'rd played well, and Shannon, ,he club's net curator, deserves credit for the wtornk lie put o e it for the t urney. T'i:ee eri- 1r J '--yerin te pa rs andte eCuet dilaLy th .to Lewis an'ii Sainhpop of S.M.C.c., while the rink tournnanict went to the South M 1 bournle QUartc-, .at-u" Kirkby, \tLgte, i'oul and iloldoway (captain). Tne 'anr to.u'tiC. 'ivas 13. op, with twr o hewN· cii ace aoi t games were een y eent~o~-i t Niteroqir co tinie-hes l:eeut the onlo ra i.,tcestted tae' ti y, anti altogether the carnical --as mst iIjioya A. The pIlay all rcu..d was...

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BOWLING TO-DAY'S (SATURDAY'S) PREMIERSHIP MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

BY SKIPPER. TD-DAY'S (SATURDAY'S) PREMIER SHIP MATCHES. The following matches are to be played on the .reens of tie firstnamcd clubs for the premier chip this afternoon, commencing, at 3 o'clock: A Four-Rink Competition.-Section 1: Rlich mond Union v. Northi Fitzroy, Fitzroy and East Melbourne v. Melbourne, Brighton v. Collingwoo:l, Auburn, bye. Section 2: Canterbury v. Foots cray, Moonee Ponds v. Middle Pari, Glenferr.e Hill v. Williamstown, MaNlern-Caulfield, a bye.. Section ;: Preston v. City, Ascot Vale v. Ease Cambcrwell, Iawthorn-v. S.M.C.C., Oakleigh-bye. Section 4: Aberfcldie v., Thornbury, Cartton v. Victoria, FlcninSgton v. South Melbourne, El sternwick District bye. Section 51 Esendon v. Camberwell, Prince, Park v. Stud'ey Park, St. Kilda v. Port Melbourne, Malvern bye. Sect'oa 6: Northcote v. M.C.C., Pralran v. Artuadale, City of Hawthorn v. Kew, Aubuni lleights bye. It Four-ltink Competiiion.-Section 1: Easi Camberwell v. (Ge-nferrie Itill, C.imbevwtll v. Box. 111il, Au...

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CURATIVE LIMITS OF RADIUM. DR. O'HARA'S INVESTIGATIONS IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

CURATIVE LtMITS OF RADIUM. DR. O'HA .A'S INVESTIGATIONS IN EUROPE. Dr. Henry OIFTara, who returned to fcl bourne by the mail steamer Morea on Monday, states that:--'"S?ince the statc. ment made by Sir Frederick Treves at the meeting of the Radium Institute, ra dium has been really the principa! topic of conversation in London. The Radium Institute was founded thlroughl the. help of Sir .Ernest Cassehl and Lord Iveagh, head of the famous Dublin stout fi1m, two philanthropists of world-wide reputation. 'T'he work that is being done tbhere is prodig;ois.. Pcople come froin all parts of th?e world for treatment. Up to the present there is lio accommodation for resident patienli at the institute, and Ithe woikers there find this a great dis afvantage, as many unfortunate. paitients, broken down in health, have to Iind their w'ay home as best they can after having undergoned treatment by radium. "Every case of cancer does not neces sarily yield to this'treatment. It seems as if certain fo...

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