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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

for Indigestion, Biliousness and Acidity. ,nvaluable for^eheS ^kdnauu

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 10. CHAPTER XXVI. SHATTERED HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) 1 THE Secret Island. Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. By W. Murray Qraydon, Author of "Mattbow Quin," "The Curse of the Oardaws," ctc., etc. PART 10. CHAPTER XXVI. SHATTERED HOPES. A sllenco loll on tho two, and thus they stood lor a brief space In the moonlit, scented garden, their cy downcast, their cars deal to thcm" mur of tho sea and the cchoes of dis tant revelry. Speech would not come to nick- Ho was thinking of the pool cirl's words, and to himself ho ad mitted that they wore partly true. Ho bad been carried away by en thusiasm and hope, but now he .was faco to face with sound reasoning. There might be no secret exit - no Bteam-.iaunch, And even it ho found them, aild within five weeks, a thou sand thjrigs might .happen to provent esoape-Irom the island. M " Mary, I will be frank with you, he said. "You aro right : It is more than doubtful If I can discover tins hidden passage out of the lagoon. But I can still bid you hope. If my quest falls...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tuscan Toughness. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

Tuscan Toughness.. . ? Two Englishmen * travelling in Italy appealed ; to a village / inn keeper for a trustworthy guide who would conduct them over tho pass between tho mountains of Itondinajo aud Trc Fotonzc. In "Walks and l'eoplo in Tuscany," Sir Francis Vane tells of their surprise when an old woman appeared and announced that she had como to mako arrange- , incuts- for the journey. They con cluded she must bo the mother of jthcir guide, and bargained- with her accordingly. . - . . What was our amazement to. learn that this elderly dame was our de stined leader, and, indeed, she was got up for tho fray in long hoots and short skirts with a workman like-looking stick. On wo tramped, she always ahead, walking with a fine military swing which a Life Guardsman might have envied. Tho path was diffi-' cult, and could not bo used by vehi cles. Our guide led us up the steep way which follows a small nud rushing stream issuing from out the side of Homlinnjo, and up it wo ascended for an ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXVIII. THE FIGHT ON THE CLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

(JHAFTEU XXVIII. THE FIGHT ON THE CLIFF. The Spaniard nnil his companions wero unprepared tor what happened next, Dick had listened to the \Vord:> of doom-words tliat seemed to bum his brain like fire-with feelings that defy description. It was a dreadful Into tlmt he was about to meet, and be knew that the sharks would in deed hide all evidence of the crime. But even more torturing than the fear ot death was the thought of his enems* s triumph-the knowledge that ! the ruffian would Jive to -pursue his evil designs unmolested. As the vision of Mary's scornful facc rose be/ore his eyes, goading him to mad ness, the young Englishman put all his strength into one fierce effort to free bis arms. And with savage de light ho felt the strained cords loosen and slip. It was just then that Montejo step ped aside, having finished speaking. And almost at the same instant, be fore the fatal sign could bo glvon, Dick whipped his right arm free shook the cords to the ground, and tore the gag f...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Beet Juice for Long Life. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

Beet Juice for Long Life. > One or tho ^ most interesting dis coveries of recent research -by the Japs is . the value . of thesreal gur den beet. . flMuv'.-Japanese:-, love tho bout, and declnro it - contains that i which will produce -long life in tho i human race. .. I rlhey loll >is the beet is full of; i iron and other substances which will i act on the human system when ad-r ministered as a tonic. The beets are cut up and boiled for several : hours . when they- are removed from the water, and thou tho 'liquor is boiled down until it becomes a syrup.. This is takon . 111 doses ranging iroiir a small wine glass to ono-iialf a pint, two or three .times a day, usually, before tho person eats a good meal. This is pronounced by some of tho-best physicians as onct . of the; most- eOectual tomes that can. -,bo taken. Large doses, such ;as a half-pint, at a time is.declared- by tho.Tapa ncso to bo a preventative - and. a cure for gravel of tho kidneys., . and bladder. It should bo...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXVII. THE MESSAGE IN THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

CHAPTER .XXVII. THE MESSAGE IN THE NIGl-IT. From 11 troubled dream of far-off England, in which things renl and unreal were strangely jumbled to gether, Dick was suddenly wakened by a gentle shake and by the sound of his own name sortly pronounced. He sat up in bed; half persuaded that what ho bad felt and heard he longed to his dreams. But he was quickly undeceived. By the moonlight that streamed through tile window ho saw the figure of a man standing over him-a man whose features were in too deep shadow for recognition. "Is It you, Volborth ?" he asked, jumping to the conclusion that bis visitor was the Russian- "What's wrong 7" "It is not Volborth," was the whispered reply; "lmt it is a friend. Hush! Make no noise. Do I address Monsieur Valentine >" "Yes, that's .right," "Said Dick. He observed that" the . stranger was a mere lad, and- that lie spoke witlr a foreign accent. "Who" are you ? What <lo you wnnt?"hc added. "I want-you, monsieur. You must come with me. It...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cleveland's Independence [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

Cleveland's Independence Grover Cleveland lias boon charac-. tensed by a friend as "tho most* Jionest' .'inan -I ever Icnew.'/ Ho' said, fiefore tho nomination for his ] second 'term, that he '-'would have the presidency- clean or not at all." :As illustrating the independence and dignity ; of tho statesman's conduct, a writer of personal reminiscences of the rex-President mentions this sig nificant occurrence Once,, .during'* the out-of-oHiec per iod, by request and with his con sent, I introduced to hini, at lus country house, two acquaintance!* of; mine.. One of them, the/editor of an influential religious and politi cal paper, had a private conversa tion-witii him. When ho eanic out, 1 asked: the editor, how ho got along with the ex-President. ?'.'Splendidly/' he said. "Me is tho greatest man I ever . met-and he. wouldn't ..pronuso to do a thing X wanted. ;. "Mr. Cleveland had told mo ho foro the interview- that he would ho; very glad ; to -see . .the gentleman ; ho did - not kn...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Australia's Wealth. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

Australia's Wealth. All told, men, women and chil dren, tho population of Australia' has not yet' reached five millions, holding au area of nearly three mil lion square miles. Of these flvo millions, more than one million have accounts with tho savings .banks-the workers' institution-and to tho credit of theso depositors there is over £60,000,000, an aver age of over £14 for every man, woman, and child. And these figure# are improving. It is impossible to accurately gauge the actual wealth of tho people. Mr. Archibald, a member of tho Australian Ifouso of Representatives, has provided soma interesting figures indicative) of tho estates chungcd hands every thirty years, so that thirty times tho value of the estates of deceased per sons, as sworn for probate pur-.' poses, vpaid each year, represented the.value of tho property of the; people living. . Ho added an extra £4,000,000 to make up for plate, pictures, and othor valuables, on which probate was avoided; Tn 1907, tho valuo of th...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Value of Uncooked Food. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

Value of Uncooked Food, i There can ho no doubt thnt froaH fruits, nuts, and other fresh and uncookod vogetablo food, contain' somothing which is nbseut from food which lias been dried, ealted or otherwise prcscrvod. Sailors whoso bodies havo been reduced to a most pitiablo stato by scurvy recovor with most astonishing rapidity when fresh fruits and green vegetables aro added to their dietary. No in vestigator has yet showu just whnt "this necessary element is, but that It exists has been clearly shown by illustrations. Careful experi ments havo shown that fresh juicev possess tho power of destroying germs, especially thoso which nre cnpablo of growing in tho aliinea tary canal. . Cooked fresh juices possess this property also to somo extent, but by no moans to so great an extent as do uncooked fruit juices. 1'er sons sufloring from biliousness aro womlerfully boncfitcd by omitting the evening meals, eating nothing later than four o'clock, and taking tho juieo of two or three orange...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Trouble From Tins. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 8 May 1914

Trouble From Tins. Many housewives arc suspicious of tinned foods, useful though the latter arc. On opening a tin, . nt onco plunge into the content# a bright steel knitting-needle, and let it remain. for a minute. A steel knifo would do, but it must bo quite, clean. If copper poison is jpresent it is immediately deposited on the steek This test never fails. Other precautions are : Never ac cept a tin which is dented or bulg-. ing, or which evon looks ancient. Nor if tho tradesman takos if from his window. Tinned goods make a bravo display there, but it's the wrong placo to keep them. All tin ned goods, both in shops and in the house, should be kept in a cool, dry place, away from the direct sun, or the contonts deteriorate. Do not buy tinned goods which bear no maker's name. And, when you have opened a tin, never allow tho fish, or whatever it contains, to remain in it. Empty at once Into a dish. These precau tions observed, you can snfely""help out" a meal with tinned /ood. I Illu...

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Return of the Rubber Boom. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

Return of the Rubber Boom. (By A. STAINS MANSERS.)' It is really a wonderful substance, is rubber. Consider what it. is in the beginning-just milk flowing from tho trees that havo been slash ed by tho nativo workers. Yet from this liquid wc get a substnea of enormous strength, durability, nnd elasticity. I always liken rubber to cheese. It is milk to begin with; it is made to curdta like milk-by throwing salt into it-and, like cheese, you get it in all shapes,. sizes, colours, and qualltios. If we don't actually eat rubber, it is doubtful if we could now livo without it. . . "It is extraordinary when one comes to think of tho enormous number of uses to which rubber is put. Wo find it not only in our own homes at every turn, but wo find it on our way from our homes to our business ; wo see rubber at every stage, and when wc get to our business we find it in our offices. Certainly we cannot livo without rubber, and I am not sure that wo aro ablo to* die without the as sistance of rubb...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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King Edward Tickled. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

King Edward Tickled. S Perhaps one of tho most -.(utilising', incidents -which occurred at the Haymarkct-the thoritre with which Mr. CyrU Maude has boon so long associated-was that in which tho lute King Edward and poor Wil- i liam Terriss figured. The episode is refatcd by Mr. Alaude. It was during the run of " The Marriage of Convenience," the last -engagement. but one for Terriss, as it. happened, and. His Majesty, then, of cdurae, Prince of Wales, was in tho Royal box with Princess Maud of Wales, Betwcon the acts King Edward sent for Mr. Cyril Maude, his wife, and Terriss, being desir ous of expressing his gracious ap-. proval.of their efforts to amuse. In describing the affair, Mr. Maude confesses that he was not a little nervous, his conversational powers being at their very worst. Things were consequently going very stiffly when Terriss, in his cheery, sailor like manner, remarked, "We all hope Persimmon will win tho Gold Cup to-morrow, sir." "Thank you, Mr. Terriss," replied...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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After Waiting 47 Years. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

After Waiting 47 Years. Damages of X.500 for broachof promise arc claimed by Miss Emma Alahanevv agerl kixIV-SCVCII, . from i Mr. .lohn Wolf, aged seventy-seven, a Civil Mar veteran, in a suit she has brought .? at I'aterson, - Now J or se\ Miss .Mahaney says that> the last she saw -of her* fiance: was in IBM as he . was . lea,vmg : lor the Civil. War.? bho- never "married, believing that some day the sweetheart of her youthful days would return > to. claim her. . . > . - Three years ago, forty-fieven years; jiftei-iV, her -last . meeting with him,, i she was overjoyed to receive a letter, i from Miv. "WolC, who informed- her i that 'he had. now -rutired from busi-1 ness withy a fortune." A correspond-i .ence ^DKiied . in which the - spinster, alleges . the vetran wooed her with i .nil AMio ."-"ardour which characterised i him .before the war,, ami finally i ho proposed marriage. She made i all tho preparations r'fot* the cere mony at great expense. When every thing '.was ....

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Strange Honeymoons. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

Strange Honeymoons. Surely ono "of the strangest was that of an American couple who, in Juno of last ye*r, set out from Now York Ifnrbour on a honey moon trip to tho Bermuda Islands j in a tiny "cockleshell" boat sonio 112ft. long by 3ft. broad. ! No less thrilling a honeymoon ex perience was that of n. Mr. and ! Mrs. ISdbar, who wero married in ' Peking in tho Location chapel, on the dny preceding that on uliich the .Boxer riots broke out, and who^ perforce, had -to spend tho first fow weeks of their married Hfo prison ers in tho invested city, witnessing j many of tho horrors of tho rebellion, | nnd going in daily fear of assassi nation. | Another couplo on the Continent, immediately after tho marriage knot was tied, started off by balloon for England. Leaving I'aris at four o'clock in tho afternoon, they man aged to land safely on this sido of tho Channel thtf following morning, aftor a somewhat exciting time among. tho clouds. Then an ad vontoroun pair of Swiss lovers, both keen...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Naughty- I [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

: Naughty I .v-;.-- - » * A cortjiiu bluc-blootlcd family, . hi whose liouscholil ;there ' hiul hcuu KOinclhing' iu thc way of a strike,. wore a short time ngo perturbed v. to i rcccivo an mlunntion, at a * very i short notice, that lliey. were, to ro-r-i eeive a visits from some:most \ dis- i tingutuhed people1 whose acqniunt-1 nnco they hint long sought: - Witlvj grentpluckiness,. two -of- the .ithreo. pretty. daughter# of: the house turn-, cd to nnd cooked »I ho luncheon, and the third, diffused in a cap .nnd apron, posed . as parlour-nnud. Weeks nfter, at a function in. town, both families mot; and the lioad of the distinguished branch expressed! to the-ihird sister his regret - that i sho had not been at homo on the ! occasion of his visit. "Ah ! hut T was ut home," the little rufitJc admitted. "It was I who -.smacked your face when you tried to kiss me behind the hall !oor !" A commercial man was rash enough to make a telephone call when exceedingly short of time, and found wh...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Racing Pony Dispute [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

Raoing Pony Dispute Harold Bray was charged at Caul lield court on Friday with having, on 2nd April, stolen a pony named Little Friar, the property of Thomas Stark Kerr Thomas Stark Kerr said Bray came to him in July of last year, and asked him to bay the pony Little Friar, as he (Bray; had borrowed £ 125 011 (he animal, and'the amount had to be paid back in two or three days, Witness agreed, and next day lie met Bray in the Hank of Victoria, Bourke street, Melbourne. Bray made out the receipt produced, and witness handed over a cheque for _£I05 a»d / 20 in cash. It was mutually agreed that Bray should have the privilege of repurchasing the pony at any time within three months on payment of £w5 When the three months had expired witness went h Bray, and asked him if he had the money to repurchase the pony, and he said, "I liavo not, and cannot get it" Bray accompanied witness to the office of Mr Kvans, solicitor, when Bray asserted that he had full right to sell the pony to witness. ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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A Music Martyr. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

A Music Martyr. Ho wns a pianist, scarcely out of his toons. Ho lmrt boon sent abroad by wealthy friends for a four years' course in his chosen art ; had thereafter spent, a yoar on tho concert stage, and behind a van* guard of newspaper reports of his success h broad, lie wns now* com ing home. When bin train drew into the sta tion and cmiifl to a stop, . tho pianist, evincing the artistic tem perament in his bairns well us in his manner, descended to tbo plat form. At the same time tho crowd of enthusiastic townspeople drew aside to allow his proud but-mod est mother to bo the first to. wel come her son. When she reached him, Wowerer, sho suddenly gave a gasp nnd stood stock-still, staring at Kim. The next moment she burst into sobs and felUon his neck. ''Henry, , .my. poor 3Wary !" the good woman cried. "They told me you. Avord !' doing.. so . well over, .there aiidivmakin'. rinoney plentiful.. My pooiypoor hoy !'*. "What's, the . matter, iifrother,.?'.' cx claimed the bewildered...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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The Harriers [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

| The Barriers i -.-.» The Cauliietcl T;illy-Ho season was opened on Saturday afternoon, when a pack run was held from the Queen's Hall, Caullielcl, with J. Hardstaff (late of the Manchester A.(J.) as pace maker and .1. E. Boyde (formerly o£ the London Polytechnic Harriers) whip. The members were taken at a nice, steady pace over six miles of p'easant country, extending through the racecourse, along the Neerim road, after which a detour was made in the direction of Ormond station, where the half way turning point of the novice course was reached. The pack then broke loose for home, B. V. llaher finishing a few yards ahead of J. O. Moylan, with R P. Kelly, S. Hardstaff, J. J. Maher, J. E. Boyde in the order given. The Malvern Harriers held a run at Oakleigh on Saturday last starting from the Foresters' Arms Hotel. The pack in charge of T. S. Hewitt (pace) and J. J. Cooper (whip) led by the hares (m. C. Plumb and F. J, Batt) covered six miles of country in the direction of Black Flat ...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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To Make a Fancy Table. USEFUL AND INEXPENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

To Make a Fancy Table. i USEFUL AN I) INrOXt'KNSLVF.. Our first illustration is thnt of n small, fancy tabic of very simpio* niako nnd inexpensive chnracter, yet quite fit. to graco any sitting-room. As it is designed for enamel, any wood which''can be snioothsurfnci'd . will- do. Canary, the cost of which, of the thickness adepted, is : about threepence a square foot, I w'ould be the most suitable. , The top of tbo table should bo formed of one pieco of board *.Vt. long, 3ft. Gin. wide, and Jin. thick. With plane or other tool bevel the edpe as shown. Tho legs are 2ft. 3 in. long:, *in. wide, and $in. thick. Kin© in ehes from one .end bore holes for the lower rails willi a bmco and 4 11). bit, letting them he £111. deep. Those for the sjdo rails ate made in the edges . of the 'legs, and those for Ihc eiui ones- nro bored / on the sides of :.thu . legs. ; When . boring benr in mind that the legs have an outward -sliurt, .nnd the .tool must therefore be held accordingly., - I'laoe tw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

f°r Indigestion, Biliousness and Acidity. Invaluable

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