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Smart Children with Stupid Parents. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Smart'Childrenwith Stupid Parents. rThe contention of many physicians and reformers that feeble-minded par onts should bo prohibited from .-marry-.:, mg^ because they,.believe that the off spring of sucli unions'-.is.bound ; to bo similarly afflicted/ is-not: always, borne out by facts.; -Indeed/it; fie qucntly happens tthat .normal clul . dien, who aie in no way mentally or physically ; deficient are bom . to feeble-minded parents;' - Alid-.LthiJ» litis puzzled not .a few physicians . and scientists It would seem, however/ according to l)r. Charles j Davenport,. a eu genic expert, that the explanation is* quite simple.: /Hepoints out that tho mentally: deficient are not all deficient in the same . way. The term "deficient" is not only applied to. those who are " stupid, , owing.to lack of brain power; but is. often ap plied to criminals of every degree. Thus if a deficient man marries, a woman v who is. deficient, it docs not follow , that their, r doficjencies. arc of thcv°ainc na...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Matrimonial. GOOLD—WISE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Matrimonial. . GOO.LD -WISE. The marriage of Mr. B. Crosbie Goold, third son of the late Mr. Jas. Crosbie Goold and Mrs. Goold, of Elizabeth - street, Elsternwick, to Miss Alice Catherine Wise, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew .M. Wise, "Mascotte," Elstern wick, was celebrated on Tuesday, April si, at St. Mary's Church of England, Caulfield, with full choral service, by the Rev. H. T. Lang-ley, assisted by the Rev. J. H. Raverty. The cnurch was decorat ed by friends of bride and bride groom with floral archways and a large wedding bell. The bride was met at the church door by the members of the'choir, who preceded her up the aisle, sing ing "The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden." Mr. H. Weisford Sniithers presided at the prgan, and during the signing of the- register Mr. Claude Massey rendered im pressively "A Song of Thanksgiv ing." As the bride was leaving the church a daintily decorated horseshoe was placed on her arm by Miss Gwennie Wise. The horse shoe was the one that was g...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Auto Goggle For a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Auto Goggle For a Horse. Tho accompanying piettiro would scorn to indicnto that tho liorso had gnno in for motoring, but j Hint is not -the case. . He-.1 neu;ls goggles- in vliis business: , whichT is that of drawing a cart .:of:<rcfuKc i from a JJOS 'Angeles?? gas.r works to i a> briquetting machine that vcou-.i verts it into The dwst :4 andi smoke nro* so-: injurious to tho eves I thai the driver adopted auto gog | gles for his own use, and then dc j; vised a pair . for his faithful beast. I They aro not pretty, butthey give i solid comfort. ~

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Champion Cadet Team [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Champion .. Cadet Team This (Friday) evening at the local town liall, the mayor of Malvern (Cr S. H. Wilson) will deliver an addreis to the champion teams of the ,47tK battalion and of the 12th brigade E and F companies, 47th battalion, respectively, and will also present to E company the badges for the cham pionship of the 47th battalion. The cadets will march from Malvern rail way station, at 8 p m., via Glenferrie road to the town hall The teams are composed entirely of cadets who, after working at their various occu pations during the day, voluntarily devote their evenings to extra drill and training. Both teams were very successful in the annual competitions for the year now closing. The championship of the 47th battalion was won by F company, which then competed against the champions of the 45th, 46th and 48th battalions for the championship of the 12th brigade, which they duly won for the second year in succession. They then competed against the champions of the various briga...

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Forged for Love. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Forged for Love. Tho first bank-note forgery was committed for love's sake. Richard William Vaughan, a solicitor's clerk, wished to marry his employer's daughter. One of the conditions imposed was that ho should pro duce a thousand pounds and settle half of it upon his wife to bo. IFc took a month's leave of absencc, presumably to ohtnin tho required money from his mother, but in stead, spent tho time in mnktng an engraved impression of a -C20 Bank of Kngland note. With fifty of those sham notes, he presented himself at the. appoint ed time, mid the marringc arrange ments were proceeded with. Unfor tunately, he required v nonio ready money, and ? put v: two ofv tho false notes into 'circulation; -Thov wore promptly challenged and Vaughan arrested. . .v:. What . Wiis^to . havo-boon ;h»s wed ding dny ho spent in tho condemned cell, and ho.. sufierod tho extremo penalty at Tyburn , in April, 1758.

Publication Title: Malvern Courier And Caulfield Mirror
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Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Tennis The . final of the annual tourna ment, . and the unfurling of - the ladies' premiership pennant, won last season, attracted a large gathering to Malyern club's ground on Saturday. The"^ com petitors in the two events of the tourney had been reduced to the four pairs that qualified for the two deciding matches. In the doubles handicap the inter-State prize winner, F. E. Franlfenberg, ij» partnership with J. S. Stewart, just failed on the post to concede an "owe 15.3" start to E. R. Pitt anid O. D. Rushworth, who won the de cider at 7-5> 4-6, 6-4. The feature of the combined doubles, final was a dashing display by la young aspirant for tournament honors, in Miss Brown, who was associated with A. M. Ayhvin, and beat F. W. Kitchen and Mrs. Kit chen, after an uphill fight at 1-6, 7-5, 6-4 At the conclusion o[ the tourna ment matches -the ladies' premier ship pennant, won by Malvern clul» representatives, was presented on behalf of the association by Mr. G. Shand, who initiated ...

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THE GOOSE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

THE GOOSE KING. ^ 'There* j.s -plenty of ..money- to be iiitulc from; goose-farming it you have enough - capital to .. commence the -business- and sufficient patience to conduct it properly, - I'robably the biggest goohC-fnimer alive-the Goose King; we might call him-is > .-a:. resident ;.: of Illinois,. U-S. A., who 'discovered that breed ing and . fattening thcoc buds; was more profitable, than owning a pri vate hauler lie is a banker, by .profession. < Ten. thousand - is the nverage numbcr. of birds-, at - tho faun, '.which hits its own gooso.hospital andL gnnder piison. Ilirds that neglect to i- conduct themselves in a. becom ing .manner : nro promptly:' lncnrcor-. ."iited nr prison,.-a separate cell for each wrong-doer. . ? .? Should n, bn d break its wmg rot .meet . with other misfortune; it is hurried . to the hos pital, wlicrc surgical ? attention, is given. ... " - - "The * Gouso ICiug". makes his greatest profit by fattening the birds ; breeding thorn 111 suc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

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A Wireless Night Mirror. TO MAKE THE SEAS SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

A Wireless Night Mirror. TO MAKE .THE SEAS SAFE. A renmrknblo invention pregnant with useful possibilities in (he wire-J Ices long-distancc mirror. Its pur-1 pose, in brief, is to convey an : imuge in tho snnie manner that sounds arc now communicatee). it is a radical improvement on the old-time camera obscura, a struc ture in which the renl imago of an object is projected upon a. white table or other plane surface. Not only does the new apparatuK reflect on a mirror all objects located and all happenings occurring within a much greater area than the camera obscura, but it operates at night. Just .how the machine works l»ns not yet been revealed, but the ma chine is known to consist of a web of wires attached to a tall mnst., and it is this web of wires which receives the impressions and pro jects them on to the mi,a.*or located at the hnse of the mast. The principal valuo of the now apparatus will be in its applica tion to ships. It is expected to prevent collisions with other ship...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 13. CHAPTER XXXV. NEWS FROM THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. Dy W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quia," "Tho Cureo of the Oardewe," etc., otc. PART 13. CHAPTER XXXV. NEWS FROM. THE 3EA. The formality over ho was intro duced to all present, who greeted him warmly. Then, at the general re quest, he told tho wholo story of his night's adventure. It was eagerly listened to, and won enthusiastic praise. "We had something of the sort un der consideration ourselves," said Volborth ; "but we wero afraid of the . risk. You havq done us a good ser vice, my friend. We had planned to send a messenger out to the war ships to-morrow night, and wo feared lest they would sail away in the meantime. But they will remain, now that they havo seen the burning sig nal-tower." ....tiYou-wero; going . - to -send4 a. man out ?" Dick asked, in amazement. "Yes ; a good swimmer." "Ah, I think I understand ! You are going to rise at once - within a day or two ? You will turn the is ...

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The Riddle of Scent. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

. The Riddle of Scent. -It.has-been said that the modern jinnn's chief min is to bo - -able - to travel; to - nowhere .in particulars at top speed. - There, is argood : ,deal of truth 111 the 1 sneer. ? -iXon-stop runs at top speed are ull .tho rngo whether one % travols by.-land/ v by: water, or thiough the air. /Mature s methods arc,: as a.i ulc(< |more : leisurely. . ' She. :1ms ..tshown j what she can ; do iiu the-.-, case . . of: certain birds which- will : nlwa.vs y re-. | main the: despnir ..of- the - airman,, i but; so far nfimost; .01 her offspring tire' concerne I she fa\ours endur 1 anco "7 rather' '.than*speed. It is true I that many animals, :can< move : like | the -Yankee s . greased.lightning,:.- but 1 very few of 'them can keep it up rfor long.- A.hare* can travel at ; great speed ' /or a while, : especially' 1 uphill; v.but-IcTt to herself she would I never -dream of . doing- so, preierrmg i UrMob along quite slowly, j Why 1 hurry when all time...

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Housebreaking. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Housebreaking. , Displaying a revolver .when, dis turbed by a neighbor, two young men who broke into the house of Mr. Albert James Pearce, 48 Wheatland-road, Malvern, on Mon day, made their escape, and the police are now endeavoring to find them. The occupants of the house were away at the time, and entrance was gained through a back window. The house was completely ran sacked. Constable Foster subsequently found a buggy and horse in Gaynor Court Park, a short distance from Wheatland-road." In the buggy were a revolver and straw hat, a suit case, a violin and case, a small dressing case,; a suit of clothes, a woman's collarette, two silver watches and a pair of opera glasses. These articles have since been re ported as having been stolen from other premises in Malvern. Some of them have been identified as the property of Mr. II. J. Woodhead, Linlithgow-avenuc,. Caulficld, and others as belonging to Mr. G. I-I. Sutton, Burkc-road, East Malvern. It has been ascertained that the buggy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Business Notices. The Home of Highrdass Tailoring " IS At 222 Glenferrie Road, Malvern J AS. HENDERSON is a Ladles' %nd Gent's Tailor, with extensive English and .. . Colonial Experience. . . He Guarantees Quality, Style and a Perfect Fit in Every Garment. He Specialises in Costumes and Frock Coats. His Prices are Most Reasonable. Glenroy Cycle and Motor Worts . _ HAS OPENED BUSINESS AT 160 Glenferrie EJoad, Ifalverij. Bicycles Built to Order from !0S. Petrol and all Cycle Accessories Stocked. Go-Cart and Pram Repairing a Specialty. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE FOR REPAIRS. A Trial Respectfully Solicited. S. BARNHILL, Proprietor. Educational. The Christian Brothers' College, EAST ST. KILDA. College is within seven minutes : ox- High street trams. Westbury Sreet off Dandenong Road: "... /^LASSES are in active preparation for approaching Commercial, Federal, and University Entrance Examinations. Commercial Training, Music, Drawing and Painting, Elocution, Dancing, and Gymnastics are under .tie ...

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Suit For Maintenance [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Suit. For Maintenance Colin Hugh Brown, motor driver, was before Malvern court on Monday charged with having left his wife and three children without means of sup port. His wife also claimed £ 10 for prematernity expenses. Mr Corr appeared for Mrs Brown. Isabel Brown said she married defendant in May, 1905, and there were three children, whose ages ranged from 19 months to five years. In January of the present year defen dant took up with a young woman named Alma Ashley, of Rose-street, South Yarra, and lived with her. He only came home at intervals, and since January he had only given wit ness about ^"5. Witness had re peatedly begged of him to leave Alma Ashley and return home, but he refused to do so. He had a motor car for hire, and had earned as much as £20 in one week. He could easily earn from- jTS to ^"10 per week. But for the assistance witness received from her sister, the children and her self would have starved. Defendant said he had given his wife various sums of money ...

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Empire Day [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Empire Day Over looo children were present; at Tooronga-road State school, and after saluting the flag and singing the National Anthem were addressed in the several class rooms by Mr A, Fisher, M.P.; Mr J. K. Merritt, M.L.C.; Mr Norman Bayles, M L.A.; Cr Hugh L. Murray, Canon Gason, Dr J. G. Lee, Rev. F. Bladen, Rev. T. Adamson and Mr J. Lewis. . Mr Fisher, on behalf of the school com mtttce, unveiled a large picture of Queen Victoria's jubilee (1887), and presented it to Mr Barker, head teacher, to be hung on the walls of the school At Spring-road school a similar programme was carried out, the speakers being Mr Norman Bayles, Rev. Macrae Stewart, Rev. R. Tysen, Rev. F. Nance, Drs Montgomerie Paton, J. R. Lee, and J. L. Jona. Cheers were given for the King and the Commonwealth. The celebrations were continued in the afternoon at Malvern cricket ground, where a committee of citizens with the mayor and councillors, entertained fully 3000 chiidren from all the schools in the municipal...

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MRS. HARBORD ON BALLOONING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

1 ? MRS. HARBORO ON BALLOONING. The Hon. Mrs. Assheton Harbord, .jwho has just accomplished & balloon {journey across tho Channel, Ib cspo . dally fond of moonlight trips in tho *ir, and she strongly recommends thouc who have a constitutional aver sion to going to bed-victims of inso mnia and the like-to try the cx fttlarftting delights of a trip in tho *ir by night. "Why sit In a study card-room," she aKks, "Inhaling other " people's tobacco smoke, and making .dosperato "no trump' declarations to «cave tho game and the money that an (ncapablo partner is losing for you ? ?Or why, 1! ol my sex. sit up till the small hours to have one's clothes torn off one's back, and one's feot tramped on by Indifferent partners ? Try my experience, and breathe the puro night air in a baWoon. and then you can sleep all day as you perhaps have not slept for years." Mru. Har bord says that no one* after having experienced a voyage In the heavens, will rest content until he has repeat ed it aga...

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A STRANGE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

A STIIAMSR CAS13. It is doubtful whether there ever was a mysterious disappearance which creAted quite so tremendous a sensation as was aroused by that of Elizabeth (fanning, who disnp poarcd from home on Xew Year's Day, 3i>72. She was either one of the most brazen of liars, or one a' the most unfortunate of women. Klizabeth, being a general servant, had been given a holiday, and set out from her mother's home in Al dermaubury, dressed in her best, to pay a visit to relatives. She did not reach her destination however, but disappeared mysteriously. Days lengthened into weeks, but no traeo of her could lie found. She was ad vertised for, a small army of search ers ransacked London, and prayers were offered up for her in the ' chur ches. On January 20, however, she was found at her mother's door, bleed ing, emaciated, and in rags. She told a story which stirred the whole country, of how she had been attacked by two men, who robbed her, and bore her off to an attic, where she was im...

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FORTUNES IN NOTORIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

FORTUNES IN NOTORIETY. The value set upon notoriety Is by oo means small. When the Cornish miner Hicks was entombed in his living grave towards the closc of last year, and day followed day with out hope of rcscue. it probably nover occurred to him that his plight might teod on to fortune. Yit in the course ®f the last week of the past year Hicks was offered a year's contarct for £100 a week,, to loeture on his experiences. ALFONSO WOULDN'T WRITE. Some eight years ago the editor of an American journal forwarded to the ICaiser a cheque for £1,000 and a request that he should furnish him at an early dato with au article on the Spanish-American War. . The chequc through the German Ambas sador at Washington was returned from whence it came with wonderful promptitude, but the article, not withstanding the ^onerous rate of remuneration, was not written-at all events for publication. Threo fears later the editor of another of the great journalistic enterprises of New York wrote to the Qucen...

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PIOUS AND COURAGEOUS GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

1'IOUS AND CdtmAUb-.OllS : ' . GKXF.UAL. .s-vClmrles Cleorgo Gordon, who died : -on January 20^1885, two rlnys be '.'foro/- Iiim . lift y-second birthday, had 1 boon . through more. than almost any other British officer, and through out Ins-whole career he displayed - the same marvellous qualities. Deep ly religious, lie was a constant stu dent of the IMble, and to him the highest course of conduct was the obly ono possible. * lie was present at the tailing of the -Itednu. during, the Crimean War. and a few yenrs Inter was sent to China, where he took* a prominent part in putting an end to tlio civil war which had broken out there, "owing to the appearance of a "heavenly leader," who led what "was known as the Tniping -Hchelhon. Tn helping to put an end to tins Gordon went about, even in buttle, with no weapon hut a light cane, for he never felt any fear -of death, and his followers believed that-,he fhorc a charmed life. His power, indeed, was most clearly dis played when leading ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Courier and Caulfield Mirror — 29 May 1914

Business Notices. Just <23. Minute! Have you been to The Malvern Costume House lately? They have all New Materials, which they Make Up very reasonably into Costumes. A Lovely Assortment of Ti p Coals, Exceedingly Dainty Blouses. The Bags and Umbrellas are the Lattst and Such Good Value. ITIie Underclothg Is still at Bargain Prices. NOTEJTHE ADDHISS ThelMalvern Costume House, 212-14 GLENFERRIE ROAD. TclephOEGG-Malvern. ESTABLISHED t88s. is<s & 571. JOHN KORAN & Co., Family Grocers, Wine, Spirit & Provision Merchants, 36, 38 & 44 High Street, Malvern. Crockery and Glassware. Tinware, Brushwure and Grocers' Ironmongery, Flower and Vegetable Seeds. High-class Goods at Moderate Prices. Where Everything is the Best. Families Watted on for Orders. Agent for Penfold's South (Australian Wines, ;Former's Prize) Hams and .Bacon, Schweppcs Aerated Waters, Tha Largest and Beat Grocer's Shop in Malvern. PUBLIC NOTICE. Ladies and Gentlemen, Pat...

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