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KEnnEL KENNEL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

KERNEL NOTES. BY HYI TPUR. vMiss A. E. Allen, of Clifton, Hawthiorn road, Caulfield, writes:--I am pleased to write aud'.tell you that on New Year's morning, my recently imported Bull Bitcdh Daisy IHill Judy vhel.ped a fine litter of seven (beautiful brindle puppie~s to tlie Syd nejr dog Loddon Clhepstow Smiler (imp.), "The Collie bitch Ormskirk Gipsymaid be ing impbirtd"by MIrs. Oaten, of Adelaide, is.a. tricolor, and was whelped on 31st May,- 011, HIer sire, Florida Presidenit, is a lit?ter brother to Parbold Proclamation. Some'years ago, when the Collie iwas first inmpored ,c6 Victolia;, : inmported. Ormalkirk Gr.ac, *'fri? .th?e .kennels of Mr. T'. 11. Stretch, and. she. landed. iith six puppies to Ormakirk.-Amazement I sold five of these youngsters for *£20. e ich and the sixtlh for '£1,-lin all, £115 for the litter. I i:'vilhMrIs.' Oaten similar luck with her ne~ u?rchase,. Ormskirk Gipsymaid, whose pwdigree reads thus: S.. COLLIE. ORIMSKIRIK GIPSYMAID. Florbida-Typist I Flori...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CABLE nEWS TANK STEAMER SINKS. FATE OF THE OKLAHOMA. BRAVE BRITISH OFFICERS. NEW YORK, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

TANK STEAMER SINKS. FATE OF k' THE OKLAHOMA.? BRAVE BR LTISHI OFFICERS. NEW YORK, 6th January. hix survivors of thle wreck of tile oil tank stcameer Oklahoman, 5853 tons, which sank off Sandy Hook during a heavy gale, hav-re arrived here aboard the Booth liner Greg oly, having been picked ip ,by that vessel while adrift in a lifeboat. The death rol! 3has thereby been reduced to 21. Shiupping men bclieve that the fact oi itne Oklahoma bbreiaking in two was- due solely to, terrific battering by huge seas and not to an exllosion,l as was at first suggested. 'Thrilling .tales .are related by the sur vivors of 'the Oklalhoma. Of the. crew of -8 men, 11 mafined .a boat and reached and boarded the Gregory, which was en route to. New York after having made a remarkable 2000-mile voyage up the Ama, •on. Niiieteen othe& men manned a second boat, which disaplpeared and was never seen again. . Eight of the crew stayed aboard the Okllahoma' until tlhe Bavaria rescued them. The.Gregory si...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

Duplicate Parts- . W.haut Does This Mean? To the. Car Owner This Means Saving-of Time, Mloney, Annoyance, Everything. Russell & Knightf-RusselI Dupi~cate Par-ts Are Obtained on the Spot. CANADA C LE MOTOR CO. Ltd., 334-40 LAT OE-STREET; MELBOURNE. Phone 6623. - o .B ,5 --: ' .-? .. . .~ C ~ ,P' • ." - : o .z ~ ' "Tive ~TIe at is .Different.' THE - __ Tord yr The Rubbci and the Coif make oCac homogeneous whol6, and the ten sion of each cord. is iegulated sd that uniformity it attained throughout. For absolute comfort and reliability the Pahluer Cord Tyre is.4hcad of all others. . . .. ..Th Tyre The kng Uses. i SIlVEIRTOWN RUBBER CO., 21-23 ELIZABETH-STREET, 211ELBOURNE. ~ 4~ILBEUT-BUILDINnGS, GTLBERT-PLACE, ADELAIDE. ., .- j? ~IIW ONDERFULE..G , ..NR AN , TH E WGRLD'S CHAMlPION CAR (MADE BY TIIE RICHEST AND LARGEST FACTORY IN THE UNIVERSE). VMERLANDiSODELMT - SOLE AGENTS-" PROP. LTD:, T - "EL.BOURNE* . IUGH V. 3'KAY, Vhairmas of Direotors, A. Your Money back if you find Water...

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COLONEL VON. REUTER'S ORDERS. BERLIN, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

COLONEL VON. REUTER'S ORDERS. BERLIN, 8th January. - At Strasburg yasterday furtlher evidence was given at the court-martial of Colonel von IRcuter, who is charged with having usuored executive power at Zabern, in Lower Alsace; and infringed the liberty of thc hubject. HITr u1lwler, the District Cnommiisary, gav e evidence that Colonel von Reuter told ]him lIe was rsolved to )rcvefnt people standing in the streets, and the troops would iric if the people laughed at themn. Ie also ordered machine gnuis to be held in eadiness . Otlcr w itnesses gave conflicting evidence. A nilitaiy witiness dcecribed the btoning of soldicrs by a howling crowd of 100 peo ple. Two barristers gave testimony as to compilete trannuility prevailing in the town, and said theic waii no cauoe for mili tary inteiveiition.

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EVIDENCE AT COURT-MARTIAL. BERLIN, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

EVIDENCE AT COURT-MARTIAL. BERLIN, 7th January. At Strasbtirg yesterday fiuther evidence was given at the court-martial of Colonel von Reuter, who is charged with having nuurpel execiutive power at Zabern, ini L-ow'ar Alsace, and infringcd the liberty of the subject. The chief fcature in the evidcnce who the sharp conflict between the statements of *educated -ivilians and military officers re garding the behavior of the people. The civilians, who included. judicial officials, were positive thac they hlearul no hooting, slhouiting or hissing while the soldiets were engagcd in clearing the streets anld arrest ing demonsthrtors. . The presidcnt of. the court vainly boulght to persuade these witncsses to quahlify their statements. Colonel von Rcuter souglht to justify his roiugiiess tow-rids a 'boy 'rwitness on the ground that no onLe should pass a Prussian colonel without raising ' i calp. OFFIG'ERS ESCAPE FROM A tRY * . MOB. There is much ill-feeling in Strasburg in consequence .of. t...

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

THE WEATHER, Fineo Weather, with cool to modcrate temperature, - ireva.iledl .over Victoria oli T1uirsday, and it . was .?nmlly foom the wcst and south-wcst in the -Strait. Ternm perat?res in tile city ranged betw.een 58 and 69 deg.

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A STEPMOTHER'S INHUMANITY. FEMALE DWARF'S TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. PARIS, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

A . STEPMOTIHR'S INHU?1ANITY. F.MIALE I)WARV'S37ERRIBLE ENPERI ENGE. PARIS, 7th January. a A shockicing discovery has been made near Oricans, where it was found that a dwiaif womann was lying unclothed in a barn, where she had been for twenty years, having been chained -to. her. bed. it up pear's that .this. extraordinary outrage was 1Jc:peetrated by tihe woman's stepmother and. half-brother, in order to secure an annuity of £28 which 'was left to the dwarf by her father, ·4

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DISASTER TO THE DALGONAR. LONDON, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

DI)SASTER TO 'ITHE DALGONAR. : 1 LONDON, 7th January. T'he harlque Loire, which on 9th October ast picked up at sea 26 members of the crew of the sailing ship l)algonar, 2635 tons, after the latter had met with disaster in a gale, has arrived in London. 'The survivors of thie )Dalgonar include Carston, a New' Zealander, and Jackson, a Nonth Australian. The 1)algonar on 9th October was thrown 'on her beamn ends after having been driven for five days by a gale while bound for Callao. The decks were almost perpendicular in position. Boats were launched, but were dashed to pieces against the hull. Captain Lshbister nd three men were drowned. Dunker, thie ship's catrpenter, did .4plen: did work, and cut down the masts in three hlours, after which the vessel partially righted hcrself. The L6ire stood by for four days and resculd the crew.

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DISEASE IN DOGS. CAN IT BE TRANSMITTED TO MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

- ISEASE 1)N DOGS. CAN IT BE TRANSMITTED TO MAN. There are.many Australians wvho do not kee dogs lbecausae t;hey believe canincs are heir to many ailments which may. be transtiiiLted. to human, beings. lRecently an English veterinary, a well-kn6wn spe cialist on canine affairs, givec his vie,\ws on the subject:- As the deg s Illthe most popular of all domestic Iets, and its frequent a-Eociation withlin the do mlstic circle Iman;y eople, tldoubtlcss, are anxious to ; lpoow whether thid animal is likely to exercise any nuidue Ifluenice u1pon rite health of micmbers 'of the family. '.he fondling of dogs by child teln and lty ladies ihas frequCenItly ICbeen thle subject of controversy, and, like most other controversial subjects, .cttnded without clucidation of anlly :ma terial fact.j, citiher for or against. First sof all, erto naturally asks it dogs can transmit disease to man, wlhat are thie maladici 'ililch it does t'ans nmit, and ttrough whiat channels does such trans missicn occur...

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SURVIVORS AT BOSTON. BOSTON, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

'.W. SURVIVO{RSAT BOSTON. BOSTON, 7th January. The stcamlrl Baa~iria, bringing Cliptain "Guntcr and -seven officers and men of the Oklahoma, narrived at Bostonn yesterday. ''The survivors state that. no explosion occ?rred before the v-essel broke up. Caiptain Gunter was standirig -on tlhe bridge when a rending sound Was heard, arid ie two parts of the vessel drifted aphart. 3Later on the Spanish steamer Calvo arrived, but Captain Gunter stated, '"the Spanish skipper jest 'fooled' round, lower ed.:a boat, tooled round more, picked up the boat, and went of." _aitain Gun'(ter conmmended thile skippcr of a fruit boat, who stood by vwhile the havaria took off the party of eight men ftrom the forepart of the Oklahoma.

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THE ZABERN INCIDENT. COURT-MARTIAL BEGINS. BERLIN, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

THE ZABERN INCIDENT. COURTl'-M?IARTIA'L BEGINS. BERLIN, 6th January;. At iStrasnburg the court-maitia-of Colonel von Reuter has begun. He is charged with I:iving usurped executive power iat Zabern, and irifringed the liberty of the subject. Colonel von ieuter acecpted full respon sibility for the' ancts of his jiunior? officers. He gave ii?st-nees of braw\ls between sold iers and civilians, in w?hicch the former had been punished, but the auilthorities had not proceeded a ainst the cii lians. Wit niss h:ad instructed the oftices to use their weapons in such a wyl as to faciitate ihe identification of civilian brawlers. l s the police Inhad failed to pirotect the iarmy from insult. he had ordered Lieutenant Schadt to enforce respect. \\Witnees admitted that he h'id told the civil adminnistrator it wouild l)e a good thing, in certain circum stances, to let blood flow; for he was de fending the I)restige and honor of the wcliole army. - Iieutenant Schadt testifited that hlie hIad arres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

TO FURNISH? WRITE AT ONCE for the NEW HOMVE ~CATALOGUE of the RICH MOND IFU lN SISHIN G 116-118-120 SWAN-STREET, RICHI1iciND. It is free of charge and free by post. The contents wil amaze you, while the above questions are answered in it effectively. Page 50 tells you how to'buy Furni ture on Terms. Pages 71 to 80 give you full particulars of THE RENARDI PIANO. "A Note above all others." Iron framed, trichord and double oblique action. £1 Deposit, 5/ Weekly. Packed free in zinc lined case, and carriage paid. Ten years' guarantee. If you are inidille aged, don't loo!k it! The flJht thought shoult be LOGliYFIR'S Sulphur HAIR ICESTOREII, with its a~lstonishing reord of. 40 years' success in darkenlicillg hair bec?,loming or actually grey. Lockyer's is often thile lme:ln of ,riniging "rid to the Mlill." Bottlos evc¥ywhere, WIElAK MWEN Tr'Y i1· Secn Di).R I RI~II TRAL (!ourso of 001 I dl 00; NEIIVIi~ SPI~ECIFW, fox cr vousnes", Lcssi of EI icig3 strcrgth! and VITATITX. Sendt Sixpcn~c (d'...

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HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

H1OW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMA CHI ACIDS. Few people e.-ides phy~sicians rdal;ee tlie importance of keeping the &co.l con tents ,of the stomach free from acid fcr mentnaiion. Healthy normal digestion can not take place while the dclica?tie ining of the stomach is becing inflamedl and dis -tended hy acid and wind--the resulta of felmelcnting food in the stomach.. To ec tur' perfect digestion, ferm-en ation must bue s:opped oCr prevcnteCd, ,a'nd the acid nei]atraised. For· thui r piurpose physician5 u-ially recom-r.end getting a little hiai rated magnesia from tihe chemist and tak ing-half a teaspoomful in a little hot or cald water imMxediatcly after eating. lihey .r, eonrienid hisrate magcnesia teeacnnse it ;Is 1p.ea.ant to akel, ihane no disagreeable a?iter i clfee:S. and instantly stopJ fermentation. * n?ct'aaiscm the acid and mniak t!ie sour acid 'od blaud, 'weet and easily dige:ted. T.he .ri eul.rrr ui'e af hisit?rated mragnr aii b'e sure. you get the bisuratel, an o...

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SPORT PASTIMES ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

M * TA 3'~1ME ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. TIlE TURLP. A.A., Launcr-ton.- l. icdhniond died at Ful ham Park, South Australia, on 14th January, 159S. 2. Age 25 years. J.U., Cliiton Hill.--We do not know the name end address of the owner of the stallion St. Louis. IXli., C' terton.-inmgarara was bought in March, 101", for 9c guineas by Mr. L. Robertson. D~nh~tful, li~T~cltfl V hen thec new rules of ranc ing came illno sorce they. pret ed a horse being raced in awinikrc or a bootu A.L., Perth.-r L. .J. Craven gave 3000 guineas for the Anerican dtallion St. Savin, by St. Simon -A~boy-ne Inruirci, Qucensclff. -1 Scotland woulV .h V~.r.T:.t De~lmI mnt . ,Wa~l, (11250 heat Y.fi.C. Seltct Stakeis sxithl Charles Stuart, Neun1:l'iarkt Hand~icapl, V H C. Spring 1-andcicap, MInont~e New marnlket Tril Stakes and Illrlcawbelul Flying IIaui dlicafi . lie raced an Western Australia?, but never won a race in that State. J.Wi., (teelong.-Ti cweight for age for yolm ' mare in a 11110 anld a fulrlong~ ra...

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DROWNED WHILST BATHING. WODONGA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

DR)OWNED WHIILST BATHING. WODONGA, Sunday. On New Year's day Mr. John William Pape, 22 years of age, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pape, Wodonga Flat, was drowned in the Kiewa River, Bonegilla. De- ceased was a member of a picnic party which went from Wodonga to Bonegilla on New Year's day, and he and some com- panions went for a swim in the river. After they had been in the water for about ten minutes deceased disappeared without a cry. He rose to the surface, but again went under. His companions went to his   assistance, and brought him to the river bank, but all efforts to restore animation were in vain. A magisterial inquiry was held yesterday afternoon by Mr. A. L. Wright, J.P., and t verdict of accidental death by drowning returned.

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AMUSEMENTS THE DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

THE DRAMA. The Forty Thieves at Her Majesty's is now settlirig down into smooth and effec- tive production, and is making fair run- ning for the record in pantomime which it is expected to attain. The spectacular at- tractions are of an alluring nature, and the ballets and grourping exceptionally good. Mr. Barry Lupino and Mr. Edwin Brett provide an inimnitable combination, and supply an unfailing variety of amusing oddities. Amongst the new features intro- duced since the opening night is a comedy scene entitled You Made Me Love You. The pantomime is now going swingingly and is much appreciated. Barry Lupino, the famous comedian in The Forty .Thieves, is a wonderful acro- bat. He coolly steps on to the stage with one foot from a height of 9 feet. The audience gasps. Lupineo, however, has ac- compiplished much more startling feats of a similar nature. In the Drury-lane pantomime last year he stepped from a height of 28 feet, and achieved a record that few acrobats would care to emul...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTRY LIVE STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

COUNTRY LIVE STOCK SALES. A'LBURY.-Younghusband - Row and Co. Ptv. Ltd.. Albury. report (6th January):-Ofcered 20 fat cattle, 2700 fat and store sheep and 53 pigi. Fat Cattle: We quote:-Priine- s;teer., from £6 to £7 12/6; others, from z£5; best cons, from £6 to £7 3/; others, from £3 1B/ to £4 to £5 7/6. Vealers: .Bost made from £1 to £5 5;2 other, from £2 to £3. 5/. :Fat Slicep: Best crossbred wethers, from 16/6 to 17/4; others, from 4l/ to 15/5; best crossbred ewes, to 13/6; others, from 14/; best merino ssetiers, from 14/5 to 15/7; others, from 13/ to- 14/; best meirino ewes, from 12.' to ,13/; others. from 10/6 to 11/6; age-d and inferior quality. to 6/6. Fat Lambs: BIat- pens, from 14/ to 15/7: good. to 13/: others, from 11/' to 12/. Store Sheep: Crn.shre,1 v:e.hern, 4-tooth, from 141 to 14/6 to 14/11; cross .breld wethers, rising 2-tooth, to 14/; crossbred .nlmls. small. to 10/; merino .ethers, -4-tooth, to 13/4; others, smailcr, to 11/4; merino vcethers, 2-tooth. to 9/: meri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND     BIRTHS. BENJAMIN.-On the 30th December at Albert Gate Mansions, Knightsbridge, London, the wife of Julius Benjamin, "Aloha," St. Kilda-road-a daughter. (By cable). CLARKE (nee Holyoak).-On the 25th December, at Nurse Freeman's private hospital, Lillydale, the wife of Horace E Clarke, of Heywood-a son. Both well. FERGUSSON.-On the 23rd, at Nurse Baily's pri- vate hospital, Cobdan, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. E. Fergusson-a daughter (Jean Alice Maud). KRAEMER.-On the 11th December, at Niddrie   private hospital, the wife of F. Kraemer, Yinnar-a daughter. MEEHAN (nee Fisk).-On the 29th December, at Nurse Service's private hospital Rushworth, the wife of James Meehan, of Moe-a son (Eric Wil- liam). PERRIN (nee Hands).-On the 24th December, at Birchip, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perrin-a daughter (Dorothy Gertrude). SHARPE (nee Green).-On the 24th December, at "Skipton, " private hospital, Berwick, to Mr.   and Mrs. G. H....

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MOTOR BOATS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

MOTOR BOATS. The Ist Jarnuary w5aC (?"i ideal day, a good sailing t race r;,in the south, allcd bril·l:isnt sluliline laddedc to the cfijoyment of Ihe dia3y': yachting anil mcto: boating. The traie ilug ship, John Murray, and it, tenledr, the Dlalit, wre crow\ded with motor -oat lug. a'in y;ntchting eithsiu1st~. Thle r1ces were 'setn with advant.ige from Ihe tiaining ship, \whi..h makced Ihue nl illilig ph'at for iitn0 of thei clront, including tlihc nstr bat spjecd lehu',mlon ?,hip. Mr. Percy Cornwell's hydroplane Nautilus II.     defended the championship against the New South     Wales boat Meteor II., brought over by its owner,   Mr. Relph. Just before 2 p.m. Nautilus II. was seen leaving its moorings near Williamstown for the sttirti point off bth. Kilda 1iier, ad a few ent.inecis after thei tartii.g guti was heard, 450 1 i moitiaitns of fL:an could be di:,tig'dshe I r-eering over the head sea towards the "5 comn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 10 January 1914

:A SIT UP DOROTHY BAG. It is quite a simple'little thing, you see, but t ~i advantagei of it is that it I :s sa firm, roulld crd~~ oard bottom, which keeps it in sliape, and prevents 'the Work fromn getting disarri'anged in. uide it: A,,ythirig that it put into this bID lies as steadily as it it were carried on a tra3y. .-ou wil need the following nimaterials:- A scrap of cradiboard. A small piece of cotton, cretonne, silk, satifn or tapestry. A quarter of a yard w"ill make a very fair. sized bag.. A tiny scrap of thin silk or sateen for facing up the bottom. A piece of Prussian binding. A yard and a half of narrow ribbon for strings. Cut .up your cardboard to the size which you require. Cut a circle of material slightly larger than the cardboard. Run a gathering thread round the edge of the material, and .draw it over the board in the way showni by .the diagrunam. Now rueasure round the outside of your circle and cut straight strips of material twice as* lonsi as that nmeasurement ...

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