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THE FARM. VALUE OF SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

THE FARM. VAIJUIO OF SILAGE. . The advantages of silage feeding (writes un oversea paper) might he . Biimmcd up as follows : Silage keeps . joung stock thrifty and growing all winter. It enables the cow to pro-1 duce milk and buttcr-fat more rcono- j mieally. It increases the proportion of milk and buttcr-fat. Silage is more easily handled than dry foddur. The silo 'mates use of the cornstalks which would otherwise not be eaten and* preserves them in a palatable form. More stock can be .kept on a given number of acres. It is the most economical method of supplying feed for the stock during the hot, dry periods of summer when the pastures are short. The field is in good con dition for autumn cultivation after the corn has been removed. Silage does not deteriorate in palatability as doss corn stored later in the spring. Less loss results in unfavour able seasons where the crop docs not mature completely, as the corn may, be used for silage to good advantage even if it is not thoroughl...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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FORTUNES IN NOTORIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

FORTUNES IN NOTORIETY. + The value sot upon notoriety is by oo means small. When the Cornish ?miner Hicks was entombed in his living grave towards the closo of ?last year, and day followed day with . -out hope of rescue. it probably never occurred to bim that his plight might lead on to fortune. Yet in the course fcf the last week of the past year Hicks was offered a year's contarct for £100 a week., to lecture on hi# experiences. ALFONSO WOULDN'T WRITE. Sqrne eight years ago the editor of *n American journal forwarded to the Kaiser a cheque for £1,000 and * request that he should furnish him At an early date with an article on the Spanish-American War. The cheque through the German Ambas sador at Washington was returned from whence it came with wonderful promptitude, but the article, not* withstanding the generous rate of remuneration, was not written-at all events for publication. Threo years later the editor of another of the great journalistic enterprises of New York wrote to th...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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WALKING ACROSS THE ATLANTIC [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

"WALKING ACROSS THE ATLANTIC The longest walk ever accomplished -upon the water has just been com ploted by Captain Oldreivo, - who has successfully Journeyed after this euri OUB fashion from Cincinnati to New Orleans, u distance of one thousand . miles in forty daya. Captain Oldreivc u>:os large wooden canoe-tilmped shoes, in the manipu lation of which practice has made . him wty»<Vrfully dexterous. (Ms am bition is lo walk across tin; Alluntic, u seemingly impossible feat, buL one which lie niTcets to believe can bo done, lie has made several attempts . nnd once got about one hundred miles .from land, when he was picked up by «. pilot cutter in an exhausted con dition. In this ho was luckier than another water walker named CJaston fiospard, who started about the same time to tramp from Gibraltar to Cairo along the surface of tin? ?»U*iliterrnnenn Sea. He wore a rubber life-saving suit, -rtfc hugged the African const pretty loscly nevertheless-, with the result . Int ...

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

I BnBliiesB Mottoes. Just a Minute! Have you b«en to The Malvern Costume House late))? They have all New Materials, which they Make Up very reasonably into Costumes. A Lovely Assortment of Tup Coals, Exceedingly Dainty Blouses. The 13ags and Umbrellas are the Lattst and Such Good Value. *? The Underclothg is still at Bargain Prices. NOTK THE ADDRJSS Malvern Costume House, 212-1.4 GLENFERRIE ROAD. Telephones-JW alvern. 186 & Sfl. ESTABI.ISHKD 1885. Wine, Spirit & Provision Merchants, 36, 38 & 44 High Street, Malvern. Crockery and Glassware. Tinware, Brushware and Grocers' Ironmongery, Flower and Vegetable Seeds. High-class Goods at Moderate Prices. Where Everything is the Best. families Waited on for Orders. Agent tor Penfold's South (Australian Wines, .'Farmer's Prize) Hams and Bacon, Schweppea Aerated Waters. ' The Largest and Boat Grocor's Shop ID Malvern. PUBLIC NOTICE. Ladies and Gentlemen, Patronise Tailoring Store for Up-to-date SUITS and COSTUMES. All ...

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MRS. HARBORD ON BALLOONING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 15 May 1914

MRS. MMORD OH BALLOOMING. ? The Hod. <Mr*. Aasheton Harbord, -j»ho has Juat accomplished a balloon Jyoumoy acroM the Channel* 1B espo - aalally fond of moonlight trips in the . jclr, and she «trc«ngly recommends - jkhoae who have a constitutional aver to ffofng to bed-'victims of inno and the like-to try the ux -JUterftiUrig delights of-a trip in the .Mit by night. "Why sit in a stuffy card-room," she^aaks, "inhaling othur .people'* tobacco smoke, and making desperate 'no trump' declarations to t«avo the game and the money that an incapable partner is losing for you? Or why, if of my sex. sit up till the small hours to have one's clothe* torn oft one's back, and one's foot Cramped oa by indifferent partners ? Try my experience, and breatho the puro night air in a balloon, and then .you can sleep all day a£ you perhaps have not slept for yeara." Mrs. Har bord says that no one, after having experienced a voyage In the heavens, will rest coutent until ba has rcpeat 46 it aga...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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FORTUNES IN NOTORIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

FORTUNES IN NOTORIETY. + Tho voluo sot upon notoriety is by no means small. When tho Cornish .miner Hicks was entombed in hia living grave townrds the close of lost year, nnd day loliowed day with out hopo of rescue. it probably never occurred to him thnt his plight might load on to fortune. Vet in the courso of the last week of the past year Hick® was offered a year's contorct for £100 a week,, to lecturo or* hia experiences. ALFONSO WOULDN'T WRITE. Scvne eight years ago the editor of an American journul forwarded to the Kaiser u cheque for £1,000 and a request that he should furnish him at an early date with an articlc on the Spanish-American War. Tho cheque through the German Ambas sador at Washington was returned (rom whence it came with wonderful promptitude, but the article, not withstanding the generous rate of remuneration, was not written-at all events for publication. Three years later the editor of another of the great journalistic enterprises of New York wrote to the Que...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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WALKING ACROSS THE ATLANTIC [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

-? ? WALKING ACROSS IIIE ATLANTIC Tho longest walk ever accomplished upon tho water has just boon coin* (llctcd by Captain Qldvoiva, who has successfully journeyed sifter this curi ous fashion from Cincinnati to New . Orleans, n distance of one thousand . miles in forty days. ... Captain Oldreive uj-vk large wooden canoe-shnped allocs, in the manipu lation of which practice has uuidc him wiyulerfully desuvous. His am bition is to walk across tho Atlantic, a seemingly impossible h-at. hut one which he alTocls to believe can be' done. He has made several attempts and once got about one hundred miles from land, when he was picked up by .a pilot cutter in an exhausted con dition. x Jji this bo was luckier than another water walker named Gaston Despard, who started about the same time to tramp from Gibraltar to Cairo along the .surface of the Mediterranean Sea. He wore a rubber life-saving suit, xit hugged tho African coast pretty .losely nevertheless, with tho result ?hat he waa capture...

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Banana Wisdom. MANY USEFUL HINTS REGARDING AN EVERYDAY COMMODITY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

Banana Wisdom. 1 MANY USEFUL HINTS REGARD ING AN EVERYDAY COM MODITY. t .wonder if it is because hanAnas are cheap,. like the homely herring-. . that people do. not realise all tho possibilities in them. llanunus havo no drawbacks. They arc nourishing, thoy .are fattening for children, they are digestible-. - Scrimps they are unpopular in the kitchen because they are not under stood. The best way re converting cooks, is to tell them <what tho Imnnna can do. Mere are .a few recipes ' \ : , SHAM! STRAWI1I2UR1ES. 'take half a dozen bananas and mash them to a pulp. .Keep on. mushing: and adding a little castor sugar- until tho /nut is like clot-*.: ted cream, and quite smooth, with out'-a lump remaining. Then add i a tnblespoonful of strawberry jam i and whisk this all up togethor. . i Lluy twopenny worth of cream nwl [ whip it-stifi. If you happen . to i have a spare white of an egg loft - j over from a cake, it is . a pood plan. I to vwhip the.' white, .to -h stiff ..siiowV...

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Hottentots and Other People. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

Hottentots and Other People. "If you cannot reply to this you. will go down, down, down in tbfi estimation," is the gentle throat of . a Canadian correspondent signing herself A. B. Then she bursts out into the following : , ^ "If a Hottentot taught a Hottentot tot To talk ore th« tot could totter Ought the Hottentot tot" : To be taught fo say 'aught/ Or ' nnught.' to what ought to taught her ? " "If to hoot and. to toot.a Hottentot tot ? ? .. < Bo taught by a Hottentot tootcr,. Should the tooter get hot If the Hottentot tot . Hoot limd toot at the Hottentot tootcr ?'? . " Should a mischievous/miss miss ; hwvfsight in a mist On the " sea, will sho miss the ship's master > Alore than she will be missed In the twisting mist's twist lly thu man in the misty disaster?. " Will the mis« in the mist miss-tho man going past ? Will iho mystified man try to kiss her ? If the man miss the most, Must the mast master master and miss hor ? 1 "It is quito original," declared the A.F....

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Popular Science. LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. SIR OLIVER LODOE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

Popular Science. . LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. SIR OLIVER LODOE. Sir Oliver. Lodge has attained the distinguished position he occupies in the scientific world in the fece of circumstances by no means favour able. From .14 to 20 he was en gaged in business, and all his .early studies were accomplished in hjs lei sure hours; ' .Now. he is principal of, the University of Birmingham, rind one of the "greatest of Jiving authorities on electricity, mechan ics, and kindred matters. MAN'S TWO AITCMOHJKH. AlVmsignor Kenson in the coui>c of a recent lecture at Cnxton Hall, London, expounded the theory of moil having, two-minds-mi objective consciousness and a subjective con sciousness. These two memories might be compared with an upper and a lower room respectively, con nected by a. trap door, j Dreams were the workings of the subjective conscience, uncontrolled-.'by the cri ticism nnd reason of the objective ; conscience. ; : I LIQUID Alir 1UOFUIGERATION. I "'Development of processes of manu-. f...

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Malvern City Council [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

Malvern City Couaoil Malvern council on Monday passed the following recommendations. An amount of ,£"75 having been voted by the Finance committee to provide further street lighting, it- has been agreed to allot 5 lamps to each ward, the councillors to arrange positions and report to lighting com mittee. That the plan of subdivision of Mr Howard Smith's land corner of Toorak and Hopefoun-roads, be approved. The councillors for the Central ward, to whom the application was submitted, are not in favor of closing the lane, on the north side of Llaneast street, as desired by Mr Condy. Plans and apportionments have ' been submitted and approved of lane off King-street, Lord-street, Emo road extension, Fern-avenue and right of-way between Fern-avenue and Lord-street (private street work). Specifications have been sub mitted for regrading High-street east of Tooronga-road (Loan No. 9), but the question of calling tenders has been deferred until drainage scheme from Clyde-street &c....

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First Come, First Served. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

First Come, First Served. ? Lord Charley Bereeford once landed hurriedly at San Francisco, or sonio other port in the States, *>mJ was at once asked to dinner, within an hour or two, by a deputation of prominent men, who would tako no denial. Jie appearod at the banquet in morning dress, his hosts all beint? correctly attired, Mid commcnccd the speech of the evening "by apologis ing profusely for his apparent lack oT {food mannors ii; thus appearing before them improperly dressed, but said he would take leave 1o explain. Ho/hail confided his difficulty, ho said, in being; at the eleventh hour without evening clothes, to the ho tel manager, who told him that the mutter was quite easy, and that he had only to start a t.rilie early and call in at Messrs. So-and-So, 9GU, Something Avenue, off 4052 Street, where he would bo rigged out in no time. To bis dismay, however, the shop* keeper expressed his regret and* in ability , to comply with hit* requests and said : "The fact, is, sir, ...

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The A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

The A.N.A. Half-yearly [nesting of theMalvem Branch of the A.N.A. was held ot> Tuesday. The following office-bearer* were elected for the ensuing siff months:-President, C. Stevens; vice president, V. L. Ginn; treasurer, T. H. Jupp; -secretary, E. A- Collett; assistant-secretary, Geo. Collett; com mittee, E. M. Shear wood, H. W. Planner, G. Klaws, G. W. Laudehr, and A. Green; delegates to Met ropolitan^ Commit tee, M. M. Phillips, G. W. Laudehr and V. L. Ginh; auditors, h. Marti \ and H. W Bechervaise; press correspondent, E, II. Sheartrood. It was agreed that a team be entered for the forthcoming A.N.A. rifle competition. It was also agreed to dispose of the branch's piano and the matter of purchasing a new one was left in committee's hands to consider. Two new medical officers were appointed, viz , Dr J. Leon Jona, in place of Dr R. Lee, resi?neJ; and Dr J. Denehy of corner of Stanhope-street and Tooronga-road JIalvern, Members wishing to trans fer on to these doctors' lists ar...

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Coachman's Work. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

Coachman's Work. A dispute had-.long existed in a gentleman's family between* the cook and the coachman, about bringing . the cream from the farm for break fust. Their master one morning callcd them both beforo him that he might hear what they had to say.; The cook pleaded that the couch man, was Jounging . about the kitchen tho-best part vol the - morning, yet ho-wns so .ill-natured.: that-lie would not fetchthe cream for hor, though he ,8u\V;n sho had -not- a moment to spare.'- v/lho coachman said it was not his business T ' "Yeiy well," sutd tho mastei , "hut what do you call -your bUSI IUhS 7" 'f'.To^'.lake caro\ of-the: horses and cleain and 'dnvo^tho carnage," re« 'plied v«tho.coachman.' A f<-*x\ ouasav ; rightj".- answered tho muster, v"and.';r dov not expect vou. to rdo moro : than that. for which I pay h-YOU ; r: but -this T insist upon that:i every morning before breakfast you-get .'tho carriage readv.and drive the: cook ' to I he farmer s for cream; -and 1 hope...

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Empire Day [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

Umpire Day Empire Day will be celebrated to day (Friday) on similar lines to that of previous years. Malvern Council has voted a sum of_£"i5 towards the expenses. The Mayor and Councillors of Malvern and Sir Arthur Stanley, State Governor, will attend Divine Service at St. John's Church, Finch street, East Malvern, on Sunday next, at II a.m. In the afternoon at 3.30 o'clock the Mayor and Councillors will attend the National Service at St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne. fg^In connection with the appeal that the Mayoress of Malvern (Mrs Sydney H. Wilson) is making for the Women's Hospital, she desires all that are willing to assist in the movement for the shilling fund to attend at the local Town Hall on Monday next at '3.15 p.m. The Headqunrter's Band of the Salvation Army is paying Malvern a visit on Sunday next, and under the direction of Colonel Palestra will hold three special mrvices in the Tivoli, commencing *t 11 a.m. and at 3 and 7 p.m. In the afternoon a special programme of m...

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How Kestrels Live. A DELIGHTFUL STORY-ARTICLE OF WILD LIFE IN THE FIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

How Kestrels Live. A DELIGHTFUL STORV-AtlTlCLE , OF WILD LIFE IN THE FIELDS. Tho interminable washy clouds of the grey sou'-westrr streamed by overhead, the ruin streamed down in heavy rushes, nnd tho ground it streamed, Loo, wherever a slight in cline gave it a ehnnco to do so. Kverylhing had been wel through long ago.. The little kestrel falcon, willi his long tall nnd his sicklo wings, his brown back and bluish blnht head, his very opposite to blunt, hooked beak, and his sheath ed, aeronautical glance, sailed and sailed in circles over, the drenched hind, and hovered- and sailed again in silence. / He had been doing that for hours, ever sinco dawn, but he might as well have saved himself the trouble by tho look of it, for nothing had he killed. . Ordinarily,- ho 'would have lunched off field-voles, after a breakfast of, say, rat. However, "needs : must when tho devil-drives," and, being ravenous, he was^.iu no myod^ to pick nnd choose. ? Suddenly, from nmong some ,dc jeclod ... c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

Invaluable for Children during Teething and Vaccination,

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Native Superstitions. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

-»- : . > .Native Superstitions. 1 I ?- *-r*! An ji»cjdonb which illustrates -- tho power of superstitition. over tho na tive mind occurred, some. years ago. at va compound near Slcrkfonleniii Transvaal. ' feiokness-nn ^epidemic.' 01 dysentery in a*, mild .«.form--liud; broken out among- tho "boys," and* i in discussing the matter- the.V; ounie to the conclusion . that someone . had cast a spell 'over:.'the 'compound. A travelling witch- doctor .happened to enll at the time^ nnd : lie-was - irti-: mediately requisitioned to "throw tlie bontfs," and . thus to discover tllC Witch. > ' The itinerant rascal- produced his; )yagt which contained monkeys teeth, tigers. claws,- rats' tails, snakes': vertebrae;v.. chicken.7.: bones, and. so: on. lAmong >the awe-struck occupants of!. the compound .who gathered round was a boy who had i been ' a : sulTercr from .the prevalent complaint, and had been exceedingly i anxious tovsccure;.v\the capture ;V of the- witch./ ., The "doctor' thre...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 12. CHAPTER XXXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

(All Rights Rosorvofl.) -; THE Secret Island. Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. 1 By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthow Quill," "The Curao of the Cardews," etc., etc. PART 12. OHAPTEH XXXII-(Continued.) The girl's sober words had brought . him to oarth again, nnd ''""'f'"1 'j'8 short-lived hopes and oxultatlon. Ho felt his air-castles tumbling about him in ruins. " "It is better to face the worst, Lucillo continuod, sadly. "There is no thought oi danger in the town, though the people tire excited. Jason Gore believes these men-of-war have found the island by chance, nnd that they are not sure it is the place they, are seeking. He has already given orders that no fires shall be lighted. The guns are masked, and from the M'tv the fortress looks like ft barren cliff. So the ships will probably sail around the island for a day or two -they can't got through the outer reef-and whon they find no trace of human occupation they will go away again." "Yes, I am nfraid tlicy will,"...

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ON DRAWING FLOWERS WITH PEN AND INK. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 22 May 1914

ON DRAWING FLOWERS WITH PEN AND INK. .If it be (rue as :ho pretty concoit says, the flowers only flourish rightly, in the gardens of those who love thoiu il is surely none tl\o loss true thnt to draw plant forma well \v« must have a. true appreciation of their beaul.v and poetic meaning'. AH a writer on this subject well "says : "We can have no thing more beautiful Ur draw than a flower, unless it be a beautiful face. Flowers, leaves ami indeed all plant forms give us tho most perfect models we can. desire, and by their infinite va riety and aspects de mand from us keen observation if wo would succeed in in terpreting the m aright. Jf we lovo flowers, we shall de light in % drawing them, and as we draw them we cannot fail to under stand and know . them ,bettor than we have over done before." Again, Mowers have recommendations to" study which* other objects do not possess. To nnmo three only:-An inexhaustible fund of subjects, and these easily attainable ; tho ability to practice' th...

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