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HOW THE TROUBLE BEGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
r O.t T1 P '1tDob"hBLE B32GA. The old doctor was walkig,.glown..to the ost ofLke one .day? and .as l turr·nl- the corner into 3Main-street he alhmost rin into Mikie M 'lIugh, tl'e dainryman o: the I tte townn, who was ploughing along with his head don and Iis shaocldt hurmped over. The doctor .as glad af the en counter; ite Ihad been wanting to'see Mikl., . 'Look here,, M'HIugh,', hebegait. "What'a aill this I. bear about a. quarrel behteen you -aud Jerry Quirn? ..ild Gifiends like you twd mustn't •quarreL It's .idio?ul?eus.? :-Milke looked -up grimly. -"Did Quin tell. you what it was about '` he demanded. "He never spokle to m? aboet it at. hal;'T eaid the doctor. "But, everybody in town.rimow' that you put ur your fslts to one another hand had io be dragged apart. For shame, liike," "'Now. doetor; darlin, dlon -t bE lecturin" me. Jerry Quin's tlhe ma.n you're after. .,Do ye Lnotr wlthE.saith 5 0.5'r F\'cll, te s-knw 1I;adt a 1Bi eign .manote or mt stable; and I had. ftheT.main pal...
CRICKET GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
CRICKET GOSSIP, BY SIIORT STOP. The Christmas cricket carnival is over, and Victoria has taken part in four home matdies. The State has bteaten Queens land and New Zea!and., with an innings to spare against each; a fine uphill victory was gained against South Australia, and tile only *"ly in the ointment was the severe drubbing from New South Wales. Tllhe record, however, is not a bad one. Last year a weak side from Sydney was beaten by nix wickets; South Australia beat u1 GS S runs, and of the two matiCes played against Vcstcern Australia one was drawna and the ot1Cher a'lmndoned. W hat is eveon more pleaing is the fact that. the unpleasant ,trie which has dis ligured 'Victorian cricket for the past few 'earm is in a fair way of being settled. Knowing this, I have .purposely refrained fi om assisting to fan the dy ing emnbels into ilaie. Tik the ol oara'tbie of the hiield, much might he said on both sides. There is ample room .for b1oth the Assdei'ation and the MIelbourne Cricket C...
PLUM DUFF. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
P~nnm. iCult ther essert oF ic. s r js, is a indisa ltentw'k a- s bct'day ient. at sea is fruit to a. Ccncz.sa diTrMer an lan Ti a radxit onali ongrm -c ie amtne aEi this piuddiyg avat recountid be :4.?. Ca;itain, of. aBn ocean" in~r, who told it 'itl ciidesr r eLLs to a wtiCtr, by whom it is reportdt 'Dutrf J' said, "'ut a Critaunsa orinrn. O(ra :Cnistr.?ra day a sb'p in a storm raev:ssept by a comber that eerralE cit he: cook. her crate of hic e?d.?.her .turk?.s--in. a. wordJ the wihole raw m iaiteri oa bet Ct:iLrnssm;sdznn ThAt the sahiorsa tee udeternined to hiave at tcast son e sort. of Chrisev,- pioddiug, They knew n-otudz ug--bout cooldg, and. they drew Ioat for thdr cew -cos.'• The: tot fell. tc., tlhe boat swuai.l matie. - " . ..| *'Thtis chap fIhed up. a cooker- bak from- flie tio?ntom o Is sea d:~et, ran aor the pudding, rcip.s, and echoose one: that bgcan :-- " . L'""akw a stif doe?g?-. "'ie mns!e . pu.didR after thin recipe. . It war stufledl wHitl 3lluiga raiins and co...
INTER-STATE CRICKET. VICTORIA V. NEW ZEALAND. SECOND DAY'S PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
INTER-STATE CRICK(ET, VIGTORIA V. NEW ZEALAND. SECOND DAY'S PLAY. The match was resumed on Saturday, in iriilliant sunshine, tempered by a delicious "southerly breeze. The Vic torians .continued . to 'bat br:ightly, Anmd :the freedom Ef- :the run get ting is deiotcd by the. fact that it only took -them "260 minutes to soi;e 439 runs. the rate of scoring being well over a hun-l dred an hour. In the hour and a half before lunclheoli 167 runs were added, a feot that has been rarely equalled in first class cricket. New South Wales, however, went one better against the Dominion, scoring 513 in their only innings, and on thm second day.befoire lunch no fewer than 205 lruns were re corded, but then the little marvel, MIacart ney, .was going at; his top, hlie himself get ting 142 runs in 100 minutes. All the new men on the Victorian side ishaped satisfactorily, Heather, BM'Donrald, Kiernan, Willis, Lampard and Lugton bat ting brisldy and well. At the second at tempt the Maorilanders improve...
HINTS OF VALUE TO USERS OF THE TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
1Is TS oF VAL'E. TO USERS OF THE TELIPTONE. By IVAN IEALD. I see that it is proposed tha- t telephone sub. serib-ers shouit say "niner" instead of "nine'' when askinigf fur numlbrs- in order that the girl at the excwharnge slhould not mistake nine-for five, " _I know. some awfully good tricks for getting telepho.ie 'nuimers myscf, and in my forthcoming book, ";T'lcphcning Without Tears," you wll find all 'toizs ofj usiefil. Idnts;. .- Here if one little ruse, iur instanre, which I hlave-used with suc ces-i on nlanyi occasiens' Suppoe- you wiant No. 412 Hampstea.d. Grasp the rce--ver firnily in the left lriand and call out the. n umbier. ThiieI,. bfory tihe girl has time to sa, "LigSagcd". reP?it the following soliloquy in a stage whisper, just loud enough for you to. be ,llerheardt: "i.ittle does yonder young woman suspect that tlhe s?,peer, disguised ukM r the humble number of h.;tt. -It, is really Mr. Ierbert Samuel, the Postn:mader-Cen,;ral, And yet, egad, how muci depends on her...
NEW SOUTH WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
NEW SOUTH WALES V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ADELAIDE, Friday. On the Adelaide Oval to-day the .forty fifth match betwcen South Australia and N1ca South W'ales was commenced. The a eather:w~xas perfect and the wicket excel Tent. Hill wa\s elected captain of the home side, and winning the toss from Bardsley he decided to bat, and at the close of the day South Australia had scored 1iS, and New South Waics had three wickets down for 95$. -'The South Australian's fielding was keen. The attendance was 3000, and the takings i £122. ADELAIDE, Sunday. The match was continued in pleasantly cool weather. New South Wales coin pleted their first innings for 297. The fiel& ing by the home side left little to he de sired. Crawford (bowled well. Whitty was handicapned by an old injury to the hrice, and Kirkwood failed to get a length. The South Australians went in again after the ten adjournment, Mayne and Steele batting, but when a dozen were up Steelc, with 0, was beaten by a fast ball from GottC...
A VEGETARIAN CONSPIRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
A VEGETARIAN CONSPIRACY. IIY' IVAN~L II1~ALD. I i3l £o n memat e~ter~s lgdinst a Cunnling con~pirncwy tc convcrl. Ue1m into r'e~getari~trs.. A\ (wm jvheni 1 LkaA' cinee diaco~i'rcd to ·be a iioto· rfotis nut catcr) lIrcdt ues into a' strange res-ta " rant recar.-, amib s ct -eore.f me s.?mchItdJ, P FtiI lookd lIike c a muttin cutlet 'I. ncamot. _el - exactly what. b~lt ar used myl sutspicios,. but :cjuddnly approaehdnu the ;reutlekt fromi-ih ehind I.. tore o ihls.akers frili. a-ii dis? - covered :'it to be' some .uts.and ptatoes inh dias gul. i .Then I saw through thie ole hl game at: once. . Some deperat.e bn~ 4 of vegefariins are .ttsing up -at- :nights- traininj' bananas Ito look like- -oc sauages,. and teachinbg innocent little walit-; to go a?.out miasquoradi- as· devillie, kidneys. ' I hli:, eaten ta?t. nutWneR cutlet, as .the alled -I it, they. could havne ured. se. on wthi celery-:atehah ' aind. thinags untill at lat. I should:, ha been "co firmiy: in their grir. that they c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
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PORT MELBOURNE V. ELSTERNWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
rO'rT MELBOURNE V. ELSTERNWIcK. ELSTERNWICK.-First Innings. Moore, c B: Mi'Coll, b J. M'Coll .. .. 8 Whitehead, c Bereton, b J. M'Coll , .. "2 SCurphey, b B. M'Coll .. . 8 Brand, run out ...... .. .. .. (Gelding, c B. M'Coll, b Aiidlersori '.. 19 FIoote, c Iladem?iacher, b J. P'Coll .'..'2 WilIiams. b B. M'Coll .., . 0 Spry, b Ande on .. .. ;. .. .. Wyvndhamn; b B. M'Coll " 0. .. •Clanpman, t St. John, b BM 5Coll ,0 . ( :0.O F'ddin-ton, not out ;.... Sundries ..... Total ..0.. . , ** . * ? , .:. . .:120 Bowling..-B. M'Coll, four wickets foi o0 runsi J. M'Coil, tlhre for 29; &Ander onr, two for 31; St. John, none for 5. SORT .'ELBOUTRNE".-Fxnet 'Innings. .. lvadcnlachei; .c Curphey, b "VrnIIhan 31t Jamieson, b Wyndham . .; .. .... ,. : 30 Melinott, not out .. ..... .... 30 Jones, b Brand .. .. ...... ...'. ~ 3 Brereton, n?t out .. ... .. ... 34 Sundriesc......... .... .. ....; 2 Total for three wickets , .. ;.'130 Bowling.-Wydrr ailm, two wickets for 49 rm-s: Gelding, rionbne...
SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
SUB-DISTRICT MATCHES. 'Notwithst3anding the big miatch on thie Melbourne ground, the su?b-district clubs started a fresh round on Saturday. B3righ ton had a day out at the expcnse of IIaw thorn, and totalled 334 before the last wioket fell. Cuddon, the ex-St. Kilta play er, played a, magnificent innings for 154 hitting a 6 and twenty-six 4's. -There were only two blemishe. ih' his display;; one in the nineties and the other when he vwas well over the century. Robinson also hit hard for 50, with eight 4's. The Hawthorn bowling was severely treated by this pair,;. and Goss and Allan emerged wiith the best figures. In 40 minutes, Hawthorn lost three good wickets for 45 runs. WXilliamstown made a poor s "owing against Camberwell, and were all disposned of for a. paltry 95. A. Mills car'ied his"bat right throughl the innings for- 22, and TN. Mills headed the list with 39. The veteran Peter Forman registered a great piece ofe bowhing, ea.pturinfg seven wivcket:s for 20 runs off 55 balls. ...
CAMBERWELL V. WILLIAMSTOWN. WILLIAMSTOWN.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
CAMBERWELL V. WILLIAMSTOWN. WILLTAIJSTOWN.-First Innings. A. 3Jills, not out .. .. ..1 .. .. .. 2 S Brown, c Mackie, b Swan ........ 10 N. Mils. st ldgoose, b F'ormnan .. 30 Ford, lbw, b tSwan ....... .. .. .. 4 *M'Shane, b Forman ..r.. . .. :. 4 Carpenter, b Forman .... '..o.... .. 0,. Itirnee, c Bassett, b Fomail ...... 8 Allibon, b MIackie ...... . ,',.4; t Outcn, b Maclie .. .. .." ..2 .," ' O Stone, c and, b Formnan... ;,,; .... .' O Bailey, b lFormai ? .. ... 2 unidries . .. . ..... .., . A Toal ',. ;. . .. . .. .•. . ,.. . '95. Bowlin~g.-Forman, .even wi ckets for 20 runsi; Mtac'kie. two for 40; Hi. J. S~ain, one for 27.
BRUNSWICK V. MALVERN. BRUNSWICK.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
BRUnXSWIOIK V. 3fALVERNs BRUNSWItOK.-Fimt Innings. J. M'Kenzie, c Unghes, bIeattic . .. . 1 '. Leslie, b Denton .... .... . 4 .T. IIow, lRice, b Pitts .. .. ... :. .4 W. J. Dowling, at Ellis, b Beattie . 34 R. Logan, b Beatie.. .. .. .. . ., 8 G. Green, c Ellis, b lBa.ttie .... .. 4 A. Pat;on, c Dolamore, bi Beattie .. 1 A. Hodder, not out ..... ... .;. .:. 3 F. Hyett, run out . . .. . 21 N. Bridgeo, c and *b Page . ;. 21. P. O'Loughlin, Ibw, b Page.. . ... Sundries .... .. . ... .. ;' .'. ' 2 Total ...... . .... 178 Bowling.--M. Beattic, five wickedS for 32 runs; E. Page, two for 9; W. Puits,.one for.2.; E. Den ton, one for (0: A. Dolamnor, none for' 3; II; l.ughes, none for 27. . . .., MIALVERN.-First Innings. S. Thomson, b O'Loughlin .. .. .. ,' M1. Bcatti", lbw, b Howe .. "... 4 J. ](onin, run out .. . , .. . .' . : ,;1 A. Dlolnamore. not out . , . 25 A. 11. MaloRobcrti, not outl.-;;. ;. . " 0 Sundries . ....... .. . ToiLl for three wiekcts .; . .. .. ST ,ow'lin-.--J. lHowe, one...
POLICEWOMEN FOR CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
POLICEWOMEN FOR CAMIElDGE, Lady D)arwin, wife of Sir George Dar win, the:sei~.oi-son of the great naturalist. Phnmiarn Piofessor-of Astrononmy- and Ex perimental Philosophy, a.t thie university, ha~s been trying to Persulade the Cambridge authi-ities to be the first towli in Great Britain .to appoint a policewoman. The duties which s~he msugess shouid be assigned to this fair official .ae tlhose of "limitig 'te-freelom of the young in the streets. at night and in attending places ef amu?emenn~." Imck: undergraduates !i Lady D)arwin is an American, and she is famiLir i~itli the workikig of the women i in the police force in- Los Awgeles and other cities. She is orie of the du Puys of Rilarhdelphia. Her ulggestion his met with the galiant support of Professor Howard Marah. Professor of Surgery and Master of Downing COllee, and of Mrs. Bitler, the celebrated wife of the master otTiinity, who was one of the n-ast bril liant classical scholars of her day.
CAMBERWELL.—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
CAMIDERf V1LL.--Firiri t lox'ngq. ThnsLct1, c ~arpentr r, b . ~!i11s I..· Hlo~liiud, not out .. .,... 5: Formnlux, b Xtonoe .. ;'.... 1i i Edgcoso, c Outel,~ b. A.- Mxlill . I 1'eascx xtl, b~tl M l'Skixxo ..... Mukci&, xi~pt out. * I.....~ Tota1 Lor foec wiv1~-ets ,....· . 110 Dow~lllng.-M/Shane,, ZWQ wkJ~ets For ·00 runs; Ac tills,- twotio, ; asconc,. Q far 23; outen. HoIW f or. .I(9, K
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
A sehoolboy hass mq4de aon ittcrnating dis covery in anatomy. '"What parts o 4thec 'body are t'sues?'" he -was. snsed.4 "Tlhe parts that make you. sn~eze," was the reply. Sir Charles .XWndhaT,, wh6 is nearer 80 than 70. antd 'irely :'lood 5(ý' i" still. acti ing. and Mnme Patti, ihon is-go thistyear,i is.staying in Loindon doig' thic theatres; and is going on: to P-ris. MIne. Patti is :the favorite prey of the autograph fiend. ; nhe. n ~evL' refuses .to sign her name in tho albums sent to her, and she always .adds herx avorite .qirott. tion, "A beautiful voice is -the gtt, of God." M. Ana tolý Trance ji the -mos faimpuo living F'renchi writer, aiid perrha.ps the m~ot considerable- w-iter in o oden. Europe. He is as deleate a strdhtaa. (%. i de Ma?npas sant. and as. fearless aid revoi tiponary -.-ax .hilnkcr as Zola. A?:stole Flra.ce .:a p.?e name, the novclist .'rea-n ame. being Tli baud. He is;.he son of a. ioolseller,.anid was born i: 1814-. Lialt Mritiaeaiand seae ral oiher disli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
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ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT. HOW SHERIF PASHA ESCAPED. PARIS, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
ASSA5SSINATION ATTEMPT. IIOW SEIIELIF PASHI-A ESCAPED.. P ATAS, 15th January. Full details are available regarding the sensational, but unsuccessful, attempt made to assassinate :Sheif Pasha, leader of the Turkish Radical parlty, who is at piresent. residing in Puaris. Sherif Pasha was' aware thab he had been condemned to dearthL at a secrob meet ing of Young Turks. Ie had been shado~ve: d for some time by ten' assassins who were sent to Paris. UInJ til the last few days the police had stationed two detectives out side S'herif Pasha's luxurious flat. The first time the assassin called Sherif I'asha was out. Yesterday, at 9 a.m., he was in ihis bath, and the valet refused tthe assassin audience with his master. The assassin produced two revolvers, and fired two bullets into the valet's lungs, .des perately wounding him. lie then wounded the chauffeur. Sherif P.asha.'s wife, Princess Eminch, sister of the Grand Virier of Turkey, ap peared while the assassin was refilling his revolvers...
PARIS SENSATION. SHERIFF PASHA ESCAPES. PARIS, 14th January, 1.20 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
PARIS SENSATION. ShERIFF PASHA ESCAPES. . PARIS,' 14th January, 1.20 p.m. A. young man, armed ,- with a revolver, called to-day at the house where Sherif IPasha, leader of the Turkish Radical party, is residing, and demanded an audience ot him. His servant refused to admit him. Thereupon, the young man fired at and wounded the servant. Sherif Pasha's son-in-law fired on the assailantn, shooting hiim dead.
NEIGHBOURS ASTOUNDED. Little Girl Wonderfully Restored to Health. A Puny Weak Child with Rheumatism—Now Healthy and Active through Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
BGMWBURS ASTOUNDED. ii Little Girl Wonderfully Restored t. o Health. A Puny Weak Child with Rheumatism-Now Healthy and Active through Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, In the district of No. 4 Charles-street, Erskineville, Sydney, neighbors point out little May Ailport, as she passes on her 'a.ay to school. As a child they never ex pected to see hier strong and active. She is now.fourteen-a healthy growing girl but from the age of seven, for years she was a puny little invalid, racked with the pains of Rheumatism. The mother thanks Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for the fact that her litAtle girl can run and play like other children. To a reporter, who interv-iewed her,' Mrs. Allport said:-"May was little better than ' lheclplcss invalid for years. She is now a vercy bright and active girl in .her four 'teenth year, but when .she was seven she was attacked with Rheumatism and muscu lar wasting. So severe was the attack and so lhelpless did she become that sho iwas known and spoken of by the neigh...
A CHARMING PATTERN. COMMENCE WITH 52 CHAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914
A CHARMING PATTERN. COMMENCE WITI 52 CIIAIN. Abbreviations.-Chain, ch. A space (sp.) consists of 2 ch., miss 2, 1 treble (tr). A block (blk.) is made up of 4 consecutive tr.; 2 blks. equal 7 consecutive tr.; 3 blks. equal 10 consecutive tr., and so on. A lacet equals 1 tr., 3 ch., mism 2 foundation ch., 1 double crochet (d.c.) in next, 3 ch., miss 2 ch., and 1 tr. in next. A bar equtal 1 tr., 5 chl.; 1 tr., and is worked either across a lacet, 2 sp., or a sp. and a blk. as di rected. First Row.-Tr. in fifth ch. from aneedle, 1 tr. in each of next .2 ch. (this forms a blk.), 12 p., '2 blks., turn with 10 eh. econd Row.-Tr. in fifth oh. from needle, 5 more tr. in next 5 ch. (last one comes over first tr. of underneath blkv. 1You hawo 2 protruding blks. no), 14., p. 1 blk.,..turn with 3 ch. (al 'ways oh. inner edge unless otherwise stated)... Third Rlow.-l blkc..5 sp., 5 blks., 5 6p., 1 blk., turri with 10 ch. . i.ourth Row.-2 brotrudtng blks, as in row twyo, S ep., bllks , 4 sp., 1 bl...