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HEARTLESS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 28 February 1914
HEARTLESS PEOPLE. K li ear 11 ess n ess is of two kinds. There is the lieartlessuess of the person who has become callous through his own fau?u. Another kind of heartlessness u> characteristic of a class of people who, us it wore, are "born so." They arc naturally incapablo of feeling any thing acutely, and arc strangers dee^> ciaotiou. Iieartlossness is far mora common',^ than somu of us imagine, for it is not*'; always easy for us to detect. Many.y' heartless people are good citizens, and' 41; gocnl friend.-'., frequently possessing qua- ai .lities that in u way atoue. They may . be just, generous, high-minded nnd^j useiul, and they arc as a rule, levej^r^j hea&lt;led. One variety of heartless man is vi|pfflay dangerous. It is the man who at same time that ho is heartless is a- sentimentalist, and without hypoyjij expresses feeling. Jio'can. syr^paf >viik others to such an extent '* . such a pleasing manner th tiling they would guess of him truth. At the moment he...
AN EYE HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 28 February 1914
I ! AN EYE HOLIDAY. Everybody siiouM give iiis eyes a day's noiiuay at least ouce a inontii. i'ln.; is tlic opinion of an experienced liuiiao surgeou. "in tho present ago," ho says, "we experience iur more eye strain, owing to iucrea&ed reading iia b.ts and multitudes ox glaring lights, than our forefathers did, and we suffer 111010 from .headaches. Therefore, give your eves a holiday as frequently an possible. Ciivo litem u day's absolute rest, and the relief the next day will DO most refreshing. When taking an oyc-iioliday u room with green wall paper is a good place to rest in if ono canilot get to tile country and Na irn-.As green fields and bees. Green rests tlio eyes more than any other colour."
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Co^rton wealth" is used in connectio.: w.t:. rates and regulations it iac.iiu-j i'a.,u3 Lord Ho.ve island, and Nor.oii is^uld.j LETTERS. For every j ounce or fraction thereof, '.•or delivery within the Common wealth - - •; 0 1 For delivery in th/. British Em pire .. . 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. Lror delivery within the Commonwealth Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half. For delivery in the British Empire (se^ list of places under ''Letters''')—Sin gle. Id. each. For aelivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places— Single 2id. each. • * POST CARDS. single Postcards impressed with tin Id. stamp, and Reply or double c^rds each half of which has the Id. stani impressed thereon, may be transmitter to piaces within the Commonwealth, anc to thost places, enumerated undei "Letters," to which let...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
. A 6 B.H.P. "I.H.O." Hopper Cooled j Engine, stationary, £70 ; portable, £85. I Long terms and no interest. World's lead- | ■ing engine. Nearly 200,000 in actual use— j more sold in Austr-r.ia than of any other ' make. Fully guaranteed. Free start by competent expert. Big stocks of rc-paira in every Stnt-e. Other sizos, proportionate prices. Best evqine bargains ever offered in Australia, ana will soon be withdrawn. Write International-Harvester Co. of Aust., Bris.. Syd., Meib., Adlde., Perth and I,cptr«, The Exteidante!— * arvotktfr Do you know that many of your Suits which appear to you to be worn out would, if sent to me, be returned looking almost as fresh as when they arrived from the tailor's, and the cost, when compared with that of a new Suit would be infini tesimal. I can clean your Suits, Overcoats, Vests and Hats, or if they are faded can dye them. My process does not spoil the shape, or shrink any garment. The cost is most reasonable — 5/9; Overcoats from 4/6. On ah aSd...
A DOCTOR'S VIEWS ON TEA AND COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
Pi DOCTOR'S VIEWS ON TEA AND COFFEE. Writing on the subject of tea, coffee and cocoa, Dr. G. H. R. Dobbs says:— Tea, coffee and cocoa contain prac tically the same stimulating active principle. The difference between tea and coffee is a difference of aroma The difference between cocoa and the other two Is a difference of nutrition, as cocoa Is a positive food, which the others are oot. Always, I think, we may conclude that the East India teas are rather more "excitant" than the China teas, in all teas the thein (ac tive principle) Is combined with tan nic acid; and our object should be to drink the one (thein) without the oth er (tannin, as it is loosely called). Therefore, tea should not infuse too long—what is called "stand." Recol lect that very hard water will not make very good tea without prepara tion. Milk and sugar make a food of it. Ar.d tea made with boiling water and infused for fivp. minutes is Si most excellent pick-me-up in condi tions of temporary exhaustion. Al ways ...
Suspicious. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
Suspicious. A young lady, accompanied by an &lt;?lc!f-rh- rustic, recently entered a pho tographer's establishment, and, inquir ing- the j.poe ot cabinet portraits, an fccuncv:? her Intention of " 'aving "athnr took." "ii's to !••? sent to my young man's psople in London," she remarked, "so l --an', ar: -atry good one. I don't want err. to know 'e work on the land, you The artist assured her that the pic ture would give no indication of the gentleman's employment, and was en gaged in posing the old man, when the lady again broke in: - "Thought I said there wasn't to be anything to show 'e worked on thu land." "Nor will there be. Please leave everything to me," replied the artist. "Well, you may be right," came the rejoinder, as the lady gave a suspi cious glance at the forked head-rest; "but jest te satisfy myself I'd like to kssi* vfcAt ^at there little pitch fork'* o lien &lt;£?"
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Almond Crisps.—Beat half a cap a •Titter to a cream, and gradually beat In one cup of powdere q :igar. Re $erve half the white of egg on a •aucer to^use In glazing the top of the cakes; beat the rest of this egg - end a whole egg until light; add to the butter and sugar with two tablespoon fuls of milk and two cups of flour. Fla vor with a teaspoonful of vanilla. A iiltle more flour may be needed; the lough should be stiff enough to hold its shape when baked. It should not spread in the pan. Cut the dough into rounds with a large-sized, French pat iie cutter, then cut each cake again to divide into a crescent and oval shape; decorate with halves of blanched eimcnds, brush over with white oi egg, dredge with sugar or not, and sake in a quick oven. Chocolate Bavarian Cream.—Melt two ounces of chocolate over hot water; stir and cook until glossy with one-fourth a cup each of sugar and water, then,add to one cup of scalded miik; beat the yolks of three eggs; mix with on...
BABY'S FLOCKS AND HERDS. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
BABY'S FLOCKS AND HERDS. As soon hu a Lapp baby is born, a emdeer is presented to him. This | reindeer i5 literally his s'art in life, Ior n°t only that deer, but all Its young Tand 3-S they grow up, all their young aeer—belong to the child. When he 8 °f age, he bas quite a herd of his own. This custom is of much greater Us® to him than if every. aunt, undo and cousin he bad in the world pre sented him with the heaviest silver spoon they could find. Variations of temperature In the ocean do not exist at a greater depth an 600 feet. Below that the tent ferature never varies. Life is like a railway train, and we ®;re the passengers wbo grumbls at , »1owb«b» tu>til we near the U*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
Announcements. A ITERATIONS to Standing Advertise xL ments in the "Dispatch" must be lodged at this Office on Mondays and Thursday's in order to secure alteration the following issue. mRESPASSERS on Wooriwyrite, or on J- any of the Wooriwyrite . Farms, with GUN or DOG, will be Prosecuted. 27-2-14. SHAW BROS., ANY PERSON caught Shooting on my Property without permission will be prosecuted F. DOHLE. 23-2-14. ■ Mortlake. ANY Person found Trespasaing, Shoot ing, or Hunting on Ballangeich Station will be prosecuted. G. GORDON. Ballangeich, 3.3.'13. A £TY Person found shooting or -LX. rabbiting- with dogs on "Boonerah," will be prosecuted. 28th July. • R. R. Urquhart. "VfO PERSON will be allowed to cart 1' Firewood from my paddocks without written permission. h. J. WEATHERLY. Woolongooc, 21.2.'12. ANY PERSON found Removing Wood of Trespassing in my Paddocks will be PROSECUTED. T. M'KELLAR, South Shadwell V Mrs. FRY, BEGS to notify her friends of Mortlake and surrounding district that she ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
WHOLESOME ... DRINK— BRACING AND REFRESHING -MACS' HOTEL, MORTLAIvE. Leading House in the District Harry Quiney, PROPRIETOR. ! Printed and published by M. S. ! Manson, for the proprietor, Mary i Manson, at the office of the Mort ' lake _ "Dispatch," Dunlop-street, : , Mortlake, Victoria. DUNLOP STREET, Mcrfclake. BEEF AND MUTTON OF BEST QUALITY. jjSMAI/L' GOODS. ' Mothers Friend, PEDIC POMADE for the Head. Strikes infesting vermin dead. Price Is. witli nit comb Is 6d. One application destroys vermin, kill nits, heals sores, cures ringworm an makes the hair grow thick and sirong Price Is. Large 2s. Extra large 3s 6d j F. DAMYON, SELLS IT. Say distinctly NO when you are offered an imitation of PEDIC. ! The Little Amber Bottle. A FAMILIAR OBJECT IN ' THOUSANDS OF HOMES, The Amber Bottle in which Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are packed is probably better known as a fam iliar object aboiit the home than any other bottle of a like kind. It is not there as an orna ment, but for practical ...
THE COURSING SEASON. WESTERN DISTRICT DATES ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
THE COURSING SEASON. WESTERN DISTRICT DATES ARRANGED. On Thursday afternoon, in the I,eura Hotel, Camperdown, a con ference of representatives of No 4 (Western) District Coursing Clubs was held to draw up a list of dates for the forthcoming season. The delegates present were :—Mr. D. M'Donald, Mortlake and Camper down Club ; Mr. W. Bannister, Colac and Cressy Clubs ; Mr. W. I^auder, Winchelsea Club ; Mr. B. Gannon, Penshurst. and Hamilton Clubs ; and Mr. T. H. Geddes, Hexham and Mt. Shadwell Club. Mr. D. M'Donald presided, and Mr. E. R. Hines acted as secretary to the conference. Correspondence was received from constituent clubs, Casterton excepted, suggesting dates that would Suit them. After a lengthy discussion, in which due consideration was given to the suggestions from clubs, the following; list was drafted, to be submitted to the National Sporting Club for adoption May 6, Cressy ; May 7, Hamil ton ; May 14, Penshurst ; May 20 and 21, Mortlake and Camper down ; May 28, Hexham...
A STORY FROM SCOTLAND. He Didn't Want a Worldly Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
"STORY FROM SCOTLAND. M« Didn't Want a Worldly Ministsr. A atory ia told of a gardener at the village of Inverkeithing, in Scotland, and the Rev. Ralph Erskine, of Dun fermline. c The gardener desired to have the ordinance of baptism admin tered to his child, hut having differed with his parish minister, whom he ac cused of worldliness, he resolved t. solicit the services of an adjoining ■parish. Reaching the clergyman's manse, ac j sompanied by his wife carrying the baby, he inquired if the minister were at home. He was informed by the maid-ser vant that he was fishing, but would be back soon. "He may come back when he likes," said the gardener, "but naa nshin' min ister will bapteeze ma bairn." They proceeded to another manse, and found the minister was out shoot ing. No shootin' minister would suit the enraged gardener, who now pro posed to go back to his own minister, who, bad as he was, "wad neither be Gshin' nor shootin', nor daein' ony o' they carnal things." On reaching Mr. ...
SATURDAY'S RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
Som„ iTURDAY,S RACING. --"uc nne racing was witnessed at Ellington on Saturday, when the Aut Um" nieeting opened so successfully Results:-— Pines Hurdle Race, Darrawa, 1 ; The c' 2 i Wght Ballast, 3. ot L,eger Stakes, Radnor. 1 ; Ande °\Ta' ^ ' ^Ion°dia, 3. Newmarket Handicap, Iownit, 1 , "eri 2 ; Aleconner, 3. Won by half a eQgth. 20 to 1 winner. Titne 1.13 .. aires Produce Stakes, Woorak, 1 ; An d"ine, 2 ; Fidelio 3. ASsendon Stakes, Wallalo, 1 ; Sea ±r"lce, 2 ; Audacity, 3. •nrunawick Stakes, Meritus, 1 ; St. anoi 2 ; Atora, 3.
FAILURES DUE TO LAZINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
FAILURES DUE TO LAZINESS. "The t^vo main causes of failure in fife," said an observant business nif.ci, "so far as I have studied the ques tion, are incompetence and laziness. "The first is, of course, not, • as a rule, a matter in which the sufferer can be held responsible. If a man be lacking in natural judgment and ability, then he must g.r under, al though even here hone?, y. persever ance and industry wow}'.1 rt;ncb to atone for the !ack ; = "But laziness i: lific parent of fai r . for the fac; >./' largely the dissipation. It \ drink, gamble a. uni ties. It is they • c e.-.ira.vacant, because the est: &lt;v a,.aut man is too lazy to save. The" active, energetic fellow is saved from these vices by his disposition, and could not become' a failure so long as he retained his normal character."
AUTUMN RACING CARNIVAL. AUSTRALIAN CUP. WALLALO WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
-AUTUMN RACING CARNIVAL. AUSTRALIAN CUP. WALLALO WINS. The Autumn Meeting of the Victoria Raring Club was continued yesterday at | Flemington. The weather was ideal, and the racing was particularly exciting. Amongst those present were their Ex cellencies the Governor-General^ Loro. andLadv Dernnan, Sir Arthur Stanley and Lady Stanley, with their respective suites. The results of the racing is as follows HOPEFUL STAKES, Of O each, with £300 added ; second £60, and third £30. For two-year olds. Five furlongs. RANTYGA, 7.10 1 WORMWOOD, 7.10 2 VAN BIENE, 7.10 3 , Betting—14 to 1 against the winner. [ ASCOT VALE STAKES. Of £20 each, with £1000 added ; second /,60,.and third ^30. For two-year-olds. Five furlongs. WOORAK, 9.6 1 ANDESINE, 8.7 2 TRAQUETTE, 9.3 3 Betting—13 to S on Woorak. AUSTRALIAN CUP. A handicap of £25 each, with £3000 ad ded. Second £600, and third £300. Two miles and a quartet. WALLALO 1 UK1 „ 2 CALAMUS 3 STARTERS. The Parisian 9.0 (R.Cameron) ~ Sea Prince 8.12 (J. Kill...
In the Refreshment Room. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
In' the Refreshment Room; A. sallow individual in a faded brown overcoat sat down on a stool at a railway restaurant the other morning and said to the proprietor: "Give me a cup of coffee and one of your expurgated sandwiches." "What kind?" said the proprietor. "Expurgated, • replied the other.. "One of those vacuum sandwiches for which your establishment is justly celebrated." "I haven't any kind but those under that glass cover." "That's all right. Thafs the par ticular variety I want.** He helped himself to one of them, and lifted oil the upper lid. "That is what I call a sandwich nil,' he observed, eyeing it critically, yet approvingly. "There is nothing super rogatory about it. It's one of those hiatus sandwiches. It's a sandwich with an alibi," lie added, replacing the lid and studying the outer surface of it intently. "It's an absent sandwich. It's a sandwich that has failed to ar rive. I have seen times when I would have given the world to——" "Stay," interrupted the propriet...
THE FIRE BELL FUND. YOUR AND SOLICITED. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
I xHE FIRE BELL FUND. I your aid solicited. ^ announcement in the last ,5tie0f "The Dispatch" that a lS" ; would be opened in these IfoiuciBS for the purpose of raising Lueyto purchase a fire bell for Je ATortlake Fire Brigade has been Lrorably commented upon. And •f is expected that a sufficient sum tfjll be raised through the medium 0f this journal to enable the pur chase of a bell. In addition tq the 10s donation offered by "The - pispatcb," we have pleasure in ac knowledging the handsome dona tion of i>2 2s from Mr. L. J. W'eatherly, of Woolongoon," whose property was visited by the [ fce Send a few days ago. Mr. j fl'eatherly has set a very fine example, and which it is hoped others so similarly situated will do their part by assisting towards the purchase of slich a very necessary adjunct to the Fire Brigade. Every citizen of the town and district should assist the Fire Brigade by contributing to the Fund. If every inhabitant gave only a shilling, sufficient money would be ...
WILKINS' SISTER [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
wilkins' sister 1 knew Wiltons when he was a boy. I went to school with him. Wa boy* used to despise him; we often got uj In the night to hate him. You see, it was this way. The schoolmaster wanted to marry his sister—Wilklns' sister, of course. That made all th« difference. "iVilkins was red-haired and codfish' •eyed. He never knev his lessons, and never tried to. Ht whistled and sang In school, and rubbed ink on the othei fellows' collars, and stuck pins in their legs. But he never got whacked with the ruler. Not he. You see, the schoolmaster wanted to marry Wit kiss' sister. The little spike-haired wretch waa allowed to come late and go early, I and play the fool without a word of j remonstrance. We weren't. You ■ see, we weren't blessed with sisters the schoolmaster wanted to marry. How we hated the young varmint! (Ve tried to lower him in the master's ; estimation by egging him on in his vll- ' lainy. We suggested gunpowder in j the master's pipe; the idea commend- j ed itself ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
^ e Fmpty Cradle. *\\ ife, and yet not a mother" js t'nc- sad cry of many a woman in this fair land. To far more people than ve think the precious gift of nK,;r. vi;-&lt;>&lt;•!., though rightly due is dein'cc'. I" -^"ch circumstances, readers should send 2d yostage for fflost valuable book to the "Nat 'ur&-> Health Cp. (Mrs. D. M. Clifford, Fuperintenent), which tells hov.- motherhood can be made easily yossible. The book is writt- j' en by Mrs. Clifford herself specially I for women and ^irls and contains iiuidi valued mation and ad V1CC. Address Department B.C. 49 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.
HOW CECIL RHODES DISCOVERED A DIAMOND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Mortlake Dispatch — 4 March 1914
HOW CECIL RHODES DISCOVERED A DIAMOND FIELD. A German tracer in skins and os trich feiuki.TS from the interior, with Pieterm;uif.7.bi:rg as hin frontier sta tioQ, drove into Capetown one after poon. He bad bean two months bring ing ic Ms wngvons, «ach drawn by ten yoke of lonr-horned oxen, froin the frontier tradm;;; post named. This trader, air..-".;.: other curious things, had a dozen or so very bril liant pebbles, which lie was showing to his iri'.'iida. "Fiae specimens of globular quartz," said a doctor, newly arrived, who had just enough if a sniai fa-ring of geology to know nothing at nU about it. "Would you nU'v.! giving me one oi two of th'.i;"p ;■.(:!>,;}]■-y.ild a ' tail narU-skiTHK-i'.. Fir-Vie:- yoimg ?iiau 1 will buy tin ;v. f/i.-.m you at wfrittevei you may consider theui worth. 1 have no such stone*; in my collection at • home." "My dear sir," the other replied, with the heartiness of the dweller on the veldt, "you are very welcome to a couple. Pick out any two you...