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C.Y.M.S. INTER-STATE TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

C.Y.M.S. INTER-STATE TEAM. Thle alctors (-(Mesrs. Quinlan, M'Cann and Cook) have selected the following plal3 crs to represent Victoria againei New South Wiles i2n the 'innijal match, to. b. played on the Sy3lney criekct ground oil 24th ndc 06th Januar3y: J .MC'ann (c'ptain), Midle Pirk. A. 3MC un (vice-captain) I' leciington, G. Sangtvr, IPort Mjelbourni. R. 1ocll, Port Melbourne.. W. Duin, Middle I'ark. J. Joicc, Middle Pqrk. I. Kie(Tham, Middle Park. J. Denrisi, illiamstown. 0. Grifilths, Carlton. C'. Ttley. Flemirigton. G. iesalnm, EsscndonI. Emergelcy: . D)avit 0onth Xarra.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARRIED COUPLE PLAN AND BUILD HOME-MADE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

MARRIED COUPLE. PLANd AND BUILD HOME-MADE IIHOUSE. Sharing equally ~the hardest labor in volved in excavating, in carrying and laying Ibricks, in mixing and shaping concrete and' in laying the heavy tiling on the roof, an enterprising teacher in a mannal training school near Pittsburgh and his wife planned, 'built and decorated an eight room brick house, ,which is a model of convenience and of artistic, designing. No outside help. was employed. save that a plumber and an dicctrician were called in to conform to the building laws of the State. Every piece of furniture, from kitchen table to library chairs, was de signed and made by the competent hands of this resourceful couple. The heavy chanddliers and candelalbra, . ornamened with. massive brass domes, .with. large chains and with quaint border desiguns; the .inlaid pieces of great artistic value, and labor saving devices in kitchen and laun dry are their ,handiwork. Two years were spent in the building of this hoine-made house, a...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

WttEN'tT~ TO FURNISH? WRITE AT ONCE for the NEW HOME CATALOGUE of the RICHMOND FU RNIS UN G COMPANY, 116-118-120 SWAN-STREET, RICHMOND. 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 Furn'i 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 pald. Ten years' guarantee. Rtefuse d~eleteaiours compouwndsr wh~~cia'eb cm81auti e friomre ~aatcuwe~P cordifal rooms~r - .1 - OIAJR *ihB CoJ.. bAG3J1W. ISMELBOURNE COFFEE PALACE, 216 Bourke-street, Melbourne. Businese Carried on as Usual. F, ?--_ _ PAnd Cuticura Ointment. They do much for irri tated, itching scalps; dandruff and dry, thin and dalling hair, and do [it speedily, agreeably and econiomically. . SCut1curaB8oap rad Olntmeat are tO.W l _-- aib ld. A ) IbleuaI....

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NOTES FROM THE TRACKS. FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

NOTES FROM THE ThACKS. 1FRtOM OUR R.ESIDENT C'ORRESP'ONDE'NT.] FLEMINGTON. Anr offer of 700 guineas was refused in Sydney for the imported filly Irish 3Tist, who was among the starters in the Car 'ington Stakes. Irish Mist returned to Fhlmington on Friday last week. Mr. A. E. Tilburn, her owner, -intends taking an other trip to England shortly, and will in all probability make a few more purchases for Australia. Craganour 'has been added to the list. The well-performed Mountain Princess, after a lengthy absence at Caulftield. and more recently at her owner's place at Yea, has acain retnrned to the Flemington tracks, and on Mionday morning visited the course as a member of W. S. Hiekenboth am's *a:reena Lodge team. Mountain Princiss looks benefitcd by her holiday. Piastre, as expected, reached Pvtchlcy Lodge on Tues-day night from Sydney. The Melbourne Cup winner will be put into work forthwith by Tas. -Seobie. -In addition to Piastre, Jas. Scobie is ldso putting into work Mr. R. G. ...

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TURF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

TURF OTES, . V.A.T.C. lacecs. at Calfield to-day. ID. M'Cowan rode a w'inner ait Aspendale on t£athrday. ., Geelong,.races on Friday and Saituvday, 23rd and 24th inst. The nominalion of Alo for Hobart Cup has been rejected a; informal. 'l)here will be nlo regoi:teiedl meeting wit'hin the metrolpolitan area next weetk. The lBobadil-Ado|ahl,l gelding igt C. Wil son's stable at Caulfield will race as Boba dor Saturday's win in tile Ahpendale Park Ciup was the tenth victory achieved by Yencda, and tihe third in succession. The Camperdown Culp, to ts, run on 26th inst., is wortlh 300 sovs.; fwhlile the stakes for the meeting total 655 sors. G. Woodburn, thle ex-Victorian jockey, who is now riding with some success in Sydney. is on a short visit.to this State. R. Lewis, thle Victorian jockey, whlo had such i successful time in \Western Austra ha, returned to Melbourne in the Adelaide express on Sunday. Radnor, who was landed at Adelaide on Monday from \VWestern Au.~tralia, was sent to Met...

Publication Title: Leader
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

p. DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RINGS. S.They'rd our specialtyl Examine the pure whiteness bf the diamonds;: note their brilliunt histre. That Swhite brilliance is : permanent--as sulcd by the selection of first water . diamor.,l only. Our moderate pric ir, g-duo to making all our oziv rings-wll please you,. 'Diamond RingD 8peolliast Watchmakir and Jowoller 13o, '131, 14ti &'148 ELIuzhETH dRtE'T Blemrl l l Cres BY ECENTLY IN FRANCE, a peasant woman whose little girl had been bed-ridden with paralysis for years, had occasion to visit a churchyard which contained the statue of a well known saint. Some of the mould from the tomb adhered to her handkerchief, w'hich upon touching hier child cured her. 'This fact is vouched for upon reliable authbority. Miracles are not at all coifined to the-older countries, for we have heard also of similar remarkable incidents in newer countries, and very often in Australia, where only eighteen short months ago a certain section of Broken Hill was electr...

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ASPENDALE PARK RACES. Saturday, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

ASPENDALE PARKC RACES. Saturday, :LOth January. MAIDEN PLATE, .of 100 sovs..; second, 15; third, 5 sovs. Five furlongs. C. Sawyer's br m NOBLE BIONNIE (Noble nman-Bonny Blink), 4y., 8.0.. (D, 31'Cowan) 1 R. C. Casey's br g KUIIRAiKAI, 4y., 8.0 ... ....'. :.. . . . .. (J. Kilrn) 2 A. Copland's b m" WYNETII, 4y., 8.0 .... ............'. . .; .v...... . (R. Smart) 3 Delthyris, 3y.; 7.9 (G. Smithli); .Egotism, 3y., 7.9 (G. Ross) Chica,a .3y:;, 7.9 (G. Lambert); Malva ceous, 3y.; 7.9 (G. larrison); Poppeia, 3y., 7.9 (S. Osborne); T.N.O., 3y., 7.9 (E. Turner); Prilip, 3y., 7.9 (J. L.. Itiggins); Long Range, 2y., 6.12 (ed. 7.1) (J. HI. Larkins); Caibye, y,, 06.12 (H. Jacklson); Boytah, 2y., 6.12 (Jos. Higgins), and Bright Orange, 2y., 6.9 (ced: 6.11) (G. Leonard), also started. Betting: 3 to 1 against Boylah, 6 to 1 each 'NOBLE BONNIE and Wyneth, 7 to 1 Kurrakai, S to 1 each Chica and Malvaceous. Won by two lengths, three lengths between so cond and third; T.N.O. was fourth, Bright Orange ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

- CAULFIELD. Mr. E. A. Connolly's 2-year-old colt Old Guard (En Garde--,Karranaud), who is well engaged in the forthcoming classics of 1914, has been tirned out for a spell. The grey steeplechaser Statistician has been sent out for a well-earned rest. Mr. C. N. Long, owner of May Dawn and other jumpers, has put iufto work a black gelding by Majestic-Sultry. I. Roberits has resumed work with Avance. who has been spelling for some weeks at Bacchus Marsh. Reigle has rejoined Percy Padfield's team at C'aulfield, and that trainer -has also taken the steeplechaser Dunloe in hand. Norman Leek has leased from MIr. 1Maurice Quinlan a bay mare named Clinch, by Voyou--Clasp, and a chestnut gelding named IMutoscope, by Skopos, fgln im ported 3Iuta, dam of Mutation. From Mlr. M. Ellis the same trainer has acquired the Bobadil-lRinglet gelding Boast, wLho has had a lengthy spell. The ancient jumper Jules is now be ing trained at Caulfield by W. Finn. The light weight jockey E. Young ar rived frio...

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GOLF's NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

NEWS AND NOTES. In the competition for the Metropolitan club's •monthly medal on Saturday. W. A. Gason was' iii good form,.and went round in 78, despite a highi sohtlierly wind. Hie owed 2 strokes, however, I . hich put him out of the placedmen. W. S. P. I Godfrey, 90 (12)-78, and J. G. Rigg, 94 (16-2-78, tied for the medal, with R. N. Str:ahan (a 24 handicap man) l'stroke away third. 1)D. lryant (handicap 5), with/a sco e of 4 up on lldogey, led in the Rirersdale nimedal until late Sin the day, when- L. WaIllace; who received 8 strokes, camne aon with the fine card of 7 up. Quite a shoal of others finished 1 up. Amonist them was Frank Murdoch,. who owed 5 strokes. Mlurdoch,. despite unsteadiness on the greens, was' round in 72. A. B. Speeding, of Royal Melbourne, is proving a tough nut to crack. lie won the play off of the tie: for the January medal againsit Donald Clark on Saturday. This is htis second successive vin. Speeding, who is a left-handed player, was, af I remenimber rig...

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PROVINCIAL V. DAVIS CUP PLAYER. EXHIBITION MATCH AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

PROVINCIAL V. DAVIS CUP PLAYER. EXHIBITION MATOH AT SYDNEY. : feature of the country, week in Sydney was an . exhibition matchl between the Davis Cup pair, S. " N. Doeut and A. B. Jones, and L. and C. Todd, the two players that were representing Trundle .1in;.the. county . distri-s competition. - The . brothers Todd competed- in Melbourne at the Vic .torian championship meeting last Noveniber,, and registered a remarkable performance in beating S.-N. Doust and HL. A. Parker in tih second round of the doubles chariipionship even,. In Saturday's; match-: the two. provincial players more than held tlheir, own. for two sets,- .when their. codi'tioan .failed ithem, and.Doust.and Jones won out at 4-6, 11--9, G--, .-4.. . Owing to the disastrous. flr at the Colosseum, . Mr. A..W. Dunlop, lwho is'a nmember of the firm of Treadway and Co., has' pstponed ils departure for England for a fortnglif..nnd will leave by the steamer Mora,. on. 27tli January.. Norman Brookes wvill.follow three weeks ...

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PROVINCIAL TOURNAMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SPR'OVINCIAL TOURNAMENTS. A mixed doublb tourney w.a concluded at Camperdown on Saturday, at which thirty-seven pa;rs competed. The list of entrants included P. O.L Wood, of thb Melbourne Unihersity proe miership, who : won the.. evet in p irnership witlhyliss Nwmvuin.froin tho lbhack ?ark:of "owe 50.' i s'he:" runhers-up,.Li. A.. Austii and Miss - ls'. 'Xrthur, ivere beaten in the final, 0-2, 0-5... n''tiop.. .tan tea , A.. .:0. Wood took a metrdpolitan team t. Ballarat .ob-PSaturdiiy aind ;played-" a match against 'a teamirncpresenting the Wendouree club. The - scores - werd:-.Wood and . 'airb4irn beat Nevett . and Bailey -, 6-, 1--, 6-3, and Vaughan and Fitzgerald,. 6-43, 6-0. Anenhony and Maudsley beat Vaughananand Fitzgerald,-. 3-6, 10-8, 6-3, ,ut lost to N?ovet and Bailey, 4-4, 3-0. Totals:-'Telbourne, 3 rubbers 0 sets 51 games; 'Wendouree, 1 rubber 4 sest 42 games.

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A POPULAR TENNIS PLAYER. A. W. DUNLOP HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

A POPULAR TENNIS.PLAYER. WA . DN?LOP HONORED. TIhe. international piayer A. W.. Dunlop, who bookeld" his passage to Erigland by the --steamer Mcoltan, has been the recipient of quite a num ber of valedictory addresses from clubs and asso <:intions, and presentations fronm friends and well wishers, on thie eve of his departure. A pleasing function was held at the Melbourne cricket ground on Saturdlay afternoon, wen the presentation maile by Mr. M'Laughlin on behalf of' the M.C.CO. committee was marked. by an enthusiasm that demonstrated the popularity of the geinial captain of the M.C.C. lawn tennis team. In acknowledging the presentation, Mr. Dunlop said that Austranlasia, with the two world b',aters, Norman Blrookes and Anthony Wilding. would be represented by its strongest possible team in this year's Davis Cup matches, to ibe played in England and America. n, and, bar acci dents, should regain t·he title of ''c:hampion na tion" for Australasia. It niust not be forgotte...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW TURKISH DREADNOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THE NEW TURKISH DREADNOUGHT. TOhe ex-Brazilian dreadnought battleship Rio de Janeiro, just bough~t, by Turkey, is comipleting afloat on tie .Ty.ne. It -is EX-BRAZILIAN BATTLESHIP "RIO DE JANEIRO.' - stateCu tiat she will De reauy Dy June, Dult it is more than likely she can be ready by April. The designed displacement is 27,500.tohs, speed 22 knots, the coal eapac ity being 3500 tons. Her armament is composed of 12 12-inch 850-ponnders, 20' 6-inch 600-pounders, 12 12-pounders, 4 light Sguns, with 3 submei'ged to pedo tubes. Shle is armnored from end to end, vith 9 inches amidsh;ip and tapering forward to 6 inches and aft to 4 inches. Thee comiplemeat of offices aiidmiii s hibou't 1100. 1he buildeii are Sir Willia AIiddrorig, \Whitworbh an?ild Co., and ithe ontlzact price was £2,675,000. As Turkey is stated to be paying £1,200,000 down, and £2,300,000 later, or £3,500,000, Brazil has made aI good bargain, especially as t2he Brazilians were anxious to sell so as to build a more up to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PREDICTED ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

PREDICTED ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS. Predictihg that a great reawakening of ~Vesuvius is .at hand, several Italian scien lists emerged from.an eight-hour stay within the crater of the famous volcano in September lait, where they had been studying new volcanic activity. In the midst of asphyxiating gases, threatened by .xplolsions, standing where a misstep mighit pilunge them into a lake of fire, these ecentists made observations which con -inced them a new outbreak of subter raneain forces might be looked for in the not i'fr distaxt future.

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ODD TABLE TOP CONTAINS 13,000 PIECES [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

ODD TABLE TOP GONTAINS 13,000 PIECES A table topl whichli does not contain a nail, but which is composed of 13,000 pieces of wood inlaid to form a checker board, is t'he work of a Farrell, Pa., United States, craftsman of more tban usual skill and patience. The top contains maho gany, walnnt, maple, oak, and other kinds of ~wood, as well. as ivory. Each blaclk square in the checker rboard is a complete checker board in itself.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO REVIVE AUSTRALIAN PEARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

I TO REVIVE AUSTRALIAN PEARLINC.I There is one point the Federal commis oion on the condition of Torres Strait and North-west Australia pearling made quite clear-the rapid disappearing of the white diver.. Hence the industry is pas sinAg into other hand, mostly Japanese. Wihat. makes the white diver. more liable. to disease and death, or that he is more so than Japanese or Manila men', was niot elucidated;..by some the lhite man is not "considered any. more liable than the brown man,, but the fact remains that. the white' diver is rapidly disappearing. The new diving macliine invented . by Ablbe. Raoul, of Tunis, may prove the means of retaining the pearling industry in the liands of white Australia. Its con ception was due. to. the qmortality existing among:.the sponge fishers off the Tunisian coast. .'This dirawvs attention to the fact. tthat: the charge of insobriety against Aua tralian pearl divers as the cause of their liability to .disease and death, may not' be true,-for thel...

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WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

: ?I love e-dunly anifia.l' "a.ile. f'11 Bever Vl "hia ly . .'f iis '-."slia. *'Icm1grinp to .Panaim to maSk 7y fortime."' 'TiThey say there's a big opcmiig there. "See., that bewhisere'l- man wa:king witiit Hiss feach. eet:i:very "hiite.'' hIo. h~'s. her .ssutor. "T7he widar S ihh'u, liusbian'd di.{iht fleaee her m'nuch when h dtihl, didl-he?"c "'\o.; but. " B. di when hE.-v a- alive." , • -1- . X "Iet iua. K iBto this departnient stoer until .thlu sh.ower is.o.er.'e "'f-ref~ ter- ls--baersesoi," .said ihr. huSbaid. "'ou.- woct 'lse6' s i many :.t , hy. .ou wa .. ., SSamm•y Sn+inm; k~ j ,.-.lj he'w m^ainy l?-dr hia a thi on-.- hisead~ " ;MIr.: iUldJ I I ,penrl w wEtcher ,he is -or gocd .terus -with his wiia or irot, mny som" i ;...littings d. wn. ha'l a. soc eign. : -'ine t,I SPliutbalteai.. - Bookigd*" Offic ?erk"f: .l Chiage at Calrlton... Bill: ot much, g-oV'nor. I -vw , a- clange here-, After thie EIopir.smrA.-Th Brde: I?er, Her 6'. tele .ram: fi.rm .a?a. 'Tia Groom: What. docs...

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A THOUGHTFUL PARENT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

h~ TfOUGUJ ULPA13 S~~a Sa~u : 'tchcs. ahti!e. hgi~tc at 1 uO-doBEk. Froi\ 'ri as~r kind cof !lmm ·'1 Itic .tiaoe pIromnpt ly at 10;

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THE WRETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THlE -,WtE~TOI1 ".eorge,r: what are you 4uruing' ,lcrt ?" "she. ask. g'oing to Ith grate, and. pedrut ove- his shoul~de '"The ettera: I wrote you before we were marx., !Yo hlcartl~ss wretcli.* I worider if all .men are o. devoid of ,entiment? ,You----' "I am dioi.rit in your irtrest,- dear I'm try icg. tn fix Mdings so that when I di~e mobody cnn: dispute my rilI on -the ground of insarnity"

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CRICKET FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. DISTRICT-MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. DISTRIrCT MJ?CIIES. Carlton v. East Melbourne, at Cariton. Collingwood v. Melbourne, at Collingwood.. Fssendoo v. Fitzroy, at Essendon. Northlcote v. South Melbourne, at 8orthcotc. Ptahran i ;. North Melbourne, at Prahran. University v. St. Kilda, at University. hichmnond, a bye. SUB-DISTRIICT IATCIIES., Brighton vI. IIHawthorn, at Brighton. Brunswick v. Malvern, at Brunswick. Canmbcrwcll v. Williamnstown, at Camberwcll. Footscray v. Coburg, at Footscray: Port Melbourne v. Elsternwvick, at Port 3Iel bourne. Caultield v. GCeelong.

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