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TASMANIAN NOTES. HOBART, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

BY HELENA. HiBARTT, 9th Jranua'y. " Jtist ael ' frori eti: firat: social enter tairn?1ent gi~reni by our Governo' (S~ir Wai; Elison-lMacalrt-ney) and Lady Ellison pMacartn6e at Government HTouse. It was a great success, the perfectly fine day lIing a material !lielp thereto. As usum,, at these garden parties, host and hosteas re ceived on the east side of the. house, stand ifig a?t the bottom of a fine :flight of :oid grey stone steps leading from the house to the main lawn. Being given in honor of Rear-Admiral Sir Geo. Patey, he stood beside Lady E:llison-Macartney; and" at the back of the vice-regal party, standing on the steps, were the large -hohae party thle. Go~iernor and Lady Ellison-Maicartney, are entertaining at preen.t. All the. naval officers wore uniform, adding to the effect of the .scene, and tie dresse of the women were unusually rich, handsome and gr'aceful. Blue, in varying shades, was the color most in? evidence, aai-d the Wearer of the most effective, and gracefu...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADY'S EVENING DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SLADY'S EVENING DRESS. Home dress makers who wish to make up this garment will be glad to klnow that an excellent paper pattern is- obtainable. The design shotri represents No. 93 of "Every lady's Journal" paper pat;terns, and is cut in three sizes-small, mcdium and large. This pattern is one of an dutfit of seven tested patterns-"Lady's Outfit (A)." No. 12-cut by one of the most expe'iencedi dress makers in Australia. 'The complete outfit sells at 2/6, but the single pattern mnay be bought separately for 9d. Single patterns and complete outfits, or either, will be sent post free if 9d. for single pat tern. or 2/6 for outfit, is sent to Depart ment "C," Swanston-street, Melbourne. Local drapers wvill supply free catalogue of pattern designs, or one will be.sent by post if one penny is forwarded to above ad dress. Aftr the enforced idleness of the holi days, a genuine clearing sale is something in which every normal woman rejoices. She is rejoicing to very good effect just now at Cra...

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RACE BETTERMENT. NERVOUS WOMEN OF TO-DAY. A DOCTOR'S COMMENTS. NEW YORK, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

RACE BETTERAENlT. NERVOUS WOMIEN OF 'TO-DAY :' A DOCTOR'S COMIMENTS. NEW YORK. 9t;h aTniaury. At Battle Creek, Michigan, yesterda~yt,. Dr. Richard Smith, in : addressing the National Conference on Race Betterment, said the imperfect type of.woman wai. fully represented by thlle .slight, thin-chekst-. ed, nervous woman at present so:favoreci. by fashion. He did not think, however,. that there was any real degeneracy of woman, as the same physical defeits were present in women in all ages. .Mboderc methods of living, he added, had not proved more disastrous to women than men. Dr. Laughlin urged sterilisation in order to prevent the propagation of bad types of society. By thie sale of tobacco and liquors, he said, they enicouraged mentil. deterioration, which resulted in crime. Dr. Stephen Smith, president of the conference, who is 92 years of age, urged that' the normal limit of human life was 100 years. -c .,U Tosugges~t to lovers of 'the sunshine tlhat it was an enemy to 6be guarded...

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

SOWIAL flOTQ S. 'h ~ L ··` " : ' The Governo:-General and Lady Deu man, accomipanied by Lady Harris,- bhe Hon. Alicia Hge-isen and Lady: Bartteot, and abltended--by Lord Richard Neiril; lCar rain Sir Walter Barttelot, Calitain .P~lfok and Captain Curwen, were present: at t~ie opening performance of D~iplomac: at at :he -Theatre Royal on Sat.urday. nighlt. The Governor-General and Lady Den man, attended by Captain' nBurnham, were .preserit at the morning ser'ice at Christ Churcl, South Yarra, on Sunday. 3 , Lady Fuller, attended-: by Oa~ain Kiri: patrick, A.D.C., paid a visit to the Cit.. Newsboyds Hall on Mo\nday evening to -take leave- of the members -of the society. Referring to the Governor-designate of : South Australia, Sit Henry Galuway, the "Church Guardian," of South: Austlalia," s?ayS '"It .has been wilely asximed that' Sir Hen'y Galway is a member-. of t'e Roman :Catholic Olhrch. This 'as beem~n de duced from the fact that he married a lady iwho belonged to that communion ...

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SOCIAL CIRCLE SOCIETY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

0C r~eIAli I SOCIETY LETTER. Dear Nell, Lady Fuller, accompanied by the three youngest members of her family, and at tended by Captain H. F. Kirkpatrick, A.D.C., embarked on il.M.S. Mooltan on Tuesday afternoon on her return to Eng land. Sir John Fuller will join the ship at SColombo. Lady Fuller has issued the fol lowing farewell message to the people of Victoria:--"Before leaving Victoria I Should like to thank the people of this State for the many acts of kindness I have Seteived at their hands. I have always re mnimbered the kind welcome I received on :.coming to Victoria, and it is with feelings of the deepest regret that- I am leaving. Though I am returning to the other end of the world. I shall always continue to take a warm interest in the things with which I have been connected; and, though far distant, I hope still to be able to help them should the opportunity occur.--Noralh J. Fuller." The-- pier was -crowded by. .1ics.: Tie:" "acel" ' left ' exia?lly. at 3 p.m., and pri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

NATURALINE.S W·i have grey hair, making you look old, Hhenl you can hIve it restored, naturally, quickly and etfectively? It is splendid for beard and ntoudtuchel. Ouarantecd to be perfectly hjrmlcns, aild do'es not waslh ctff. All colors. 1'ItICE, /6; Lot:iTge Yictoria,. 6/3; other States?, 6/8. (onsult E. H-OLLAD, HaIIr Spcialist, 1B5 COLLINS-ST., MELBOURNE. SUPERELUOUS HAIFRS., Their Cause ar.,l Cure explained7 in Madame E. Eugene's i''Ncre Toilet Booklet," specally written for Australasian and Neiv Zealand WVomen. This v. ill be posted to any address on receirp do Id. stamp. Self-cure ReCmedy cures all csse% Nn failures. Posted anywhere, 5/8. ISdADAME B. EUGENE, Hair and Skin Specialist, 201 PUNT-ROA?l, RICIIMOND, VIOTOR'A. (Late 18 IKlzabeth-st., and 27 Swanatoa?nt.) ARE YOU AS FAT AS SHE-IS? IF SO, REMEMBER FORMETThES 5/3 WILL MAKE YOU THIN. Agents:-Foy and Gibson, Coiling. wood; Maclellan and Co., Tne Big Storo, Prahran; Bowen and Co., Swanston-street; or direct from S. H. He...

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THE NEW GOVERNOR. ENTERTAINED IN LONDON. A NOTABLE GATHERING. LONDON, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

THE. NEW -:OVERNOR?.' ENTERTAINED IN LONDON. A NOTABLE GATHERING. LONDON, 12th January. Mr. P. M'Bride, Agent-General for Vic toria, entertai~ned Sir ArLthur Stanley, Governor-designate of Victoria, and Lady Stanley. at luncheon at the Automobile Club to-day. The gathering was a distinguished one. T'he guest% included Mr. Lewis Harcourt, Secretary of State for the Colonies, and M;rs. Ilarcourt; Lord Enmmott, Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, and Lady Emmott; Lord Sheffield, father of Sir Arthur Stanley, and LadyS Sheffield; Lord Sydenham? (formerly Sir George Sydenham Clarke, Governor of V'ictoria) and Lady Sydenham; Sir Rleginald Talbot, formerly Governor of Victoria; Sir Hart mann Just, Assistant Under-Secretary. of State for the Colonies; Sir Oharles Lucas, formerly head of the Dominions department of the Colonial Office; Sir John Anderaon, Permanent Under-Secre tary of State for the Colonies; Sir John 'Tavernei, late Agent-General for Victoria, and Lady Taverner; and ma...

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FASHIONS. THE CUT-AWAY COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

FASHIOUS. THE CUT-AWAY COAT. The cut-aw~ay costume retains all its old hold. in popularity. Our illustration slhows a navy bldi in clay cvldr. .I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

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POINT LONSDALE TRAGEDY. W. SEABROOK'S BODY RECOVERED. QUEENSCLIFF, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

, P : POI.:P NT LONSDALE TRAGEDY.." IV 8 ABROGK'S B}oDY RECOVERED. QUEENScJLIEFJ, Thursday. . Mi, Ir, (crlicek? the lighthouse keeper, found ::the l~oidy of a man this aft.eniaon, sup ''ose7' tio be that :of William- Thozas Sea .io k?-who lost his -life on' 5th January w attempting to save Miss- Elunter at :: Point Lonsdale. The body was found on O.eani- Berich?."'vitiih 0- yards of where :the . acc.ident. acurred. It was very much ::. u tilated,- being a~lmfst past identification.. j,,:A ieoroner's inquest will be held to-mor. row.

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LIFE SAVING. RECOMMENDATIONS TO STATE MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

L).' ,FE SAVING,. COMMENDI·ATIONS TO STATE IINISTRY. efore giving .final consderation to the ireport f ~Mr. A. Th Bisho#5 on life saving -·at. th- Vietorian seaside resorts, the State Ministry called1-for reporta -from the, Roya el sif aving Society and' froi Mr. F. ."rei-re,.a inastrictor of swimming for ifir t~hi'e Education department. Mr. Bishop i-,ireicommended the better organisation of the-:-: li$ fe saving corps, and the appoiatinicitf i f. asuperintendelnt of suck workG al(t a al i:ary -of -about £250 per year..... Mii.'- r. Beaurepaire, in-his report, which he4:,t? .ien hantded to the Chief Seeretary, , mrlks that every effort sliouti; be.-made I. rende." the VictOrian comnmunity con -"e'sarnt .witth swimniig , and..te saving'. t~ie ..-oin?ts oiut that the Miniis?ry has-already ' engaged -him as swiizhming and life=saxvmg expcrstband: organirer; and yet Mr. Bishop. -. -?-: ecommend-ethe: appoiAntment of an official . . take: o r thir- -work, Without- proper :.-:..onsiderat...

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POST CARDS FROM THE NORTH POLE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

-,POST CARDS FROM TIHE NORTH POLE.. ...Theic co t of Amnundsen's expedition to t ")i.Nortl Pole, whilh starts this year-, vill exceed- £30;O0, and, so far,; the hu!t Isum has not been raised. To quickly :.' secure the balance of the money, Captain "Armundsen -h.as adopted a novcl plan--the :: gnding Orf posBt cardcsfrom the North Pole to .those pebpJe who care to pay a modest fee foi the .c a t-rd, a tl ' help on great advecnturc: . -For this pfrpo~ e .a speeik -orth PolNir ca?id? ha.s 'been sued. P-Purehasers rnliy address . thesei to·.. themsl1ve·. or .--theit Sridend, and sen. them in .a special enve-. lope to Captain Anmudsc~i.-at San. Fran-i -cisco.: All such cards :wilL-be taken on tIhe Fram right to -the. North- Pole, if .Amundsen gts :.there. - With the consent. of . the postal. iuthoritie.- the-: Fram has been .made a NoirWegaix. jiost-. office, and so alL North. Pole cards sent .to Catain Amundsen will be stamped on boaid the Fi-ma withi Norwegian stamps for rei~ost in?r t...

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A FRIEND ADVISED HER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

A FRIEND . ADVISED HER, 'I~the :.foillowing letter from Mrs. Thomas 1:T.rhwn, of lleanesville, Vie., will prove :in teres tmr " to many. of oIr :i'eCadei.:-;. ".Some fune ago t suffered fromn . severe attack of kidney. eomplaint. The fir?t sy- mptoms were great weakness and conacia tion with t erriblk pa;in, all over mny body, especialiy acreAs my back. My whole body -:: was- r'cked with pain, and I could get .but litte eased day or night. Medicilies were p.rescribed- for neY, bIt failed to do nme any- good. I cared very little nhat l)e Scame of me, I was so weak and miserable. - h ld nearly given up all hope, ut l a friencd advised nme to try Warner's Safe Cure. I[ commenced to take it, and de rived great benefit from taking the con tents of the first bottle. I cont.inued to .tale the medicine, getting stronger and btetter every day. I soon regained my Sformer strength and enargy, the pains all ,eft me, and I seemed to have a new lease of life. I am now quite strong and ihappy." v ...

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"THE THIRD DEGREE." CHIEF SECRETARY'S ATTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

" THE THIRD DEGREE." CHIEEF S.EICR-TARPE 3 . ATTITUDE: : In order t.o:justift the system of examin-. iug suspected. persons.pursuert by the Vie toria?n polic --a.end to shieov that it does not deservec to be classed -?ivith. the notorious "tlird degree" system of the New York police, several additional reports have been furnished by .the detectives to tlhe- Chief -ommissioner, who has kl'd them before the Chief Secretar.- Mr. Murray stated on Tliurday, in commel:t on tihe system, to vnich attention hae-been dnrectcd by the cNewman case, thiat the public might rest assured that all police examinations would be ihumanely conducted. He did not-con ,sider tlht there cold be any objection to rea~ nbolc •inquiries, .ut' thle rights ,of civilians -must of course be protected. The police had no authority to haul to the sta tion people who wore- not.under arrest, or to detain a whole family at the. lockup :wl:c. sutbjecting them to continued cross eminination. T'Ihere would'certainly ,be no ...

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SMART WORK BY POLICE. STOLEN PONY AND JINKER. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

SMART .WORK BY POLICE. STOLEN PONY AND -JINKER. An- exccptionally smart arrest was ac complished by the police on Thursday. At :2. p.m. Mr.. G Lawsonr .secretary Cabmen's Unioni, reported:thalt his pony and jinker, whicli he had left staniding in Queen-street whilst transacting business, had been stolen. He furnished n. description of the property, and the telephone attendant- at central u notice station, Mr. Gutey, imme diately commenced. to notify 'a11 the sub tul'an sttions.. One of the first stations .he commiunicated with was Royal Park, and ,t few minutes. afterwards, before all the sta.tioins had been apprised of the theft, the turnout was r?ecovered near Royal Park police station, and. two young mon were arrested.- iMr. Lawson subse qucently identititd the. property. The two young mecn, who gave the names of James Fogarty, 26', and Patrick Doyle, 25,:. were then locked upy on. charges of illegally ' ising a hor:i.e and Vehlicle. Exciting circumstances were connected with the...

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UNIVERSAL TRAINING. ADVERSE CRITICS OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

UNIVERSAL TRAINING. ADVERSE CRI'ITIC'S OBSER VXA TIONS.. An interesting letter has been. received. by the Mlinister of.Defence. froih Rev. Leyton Richards, pastor . of the C-olins~ street Independent Chuich,. who recertitly. thought fit to criticise in a very adverse spirit the.universal training system. The letter is asn follows: "Dear Sir,--I wish to thani you for. -yoiar kind courittesy in arranging for my visit to the camp of detention at Queenseliff. I was aeecompanied by JMI. J. B. IHoie, of the Societ~y of Friends. :and Mr. 1A. R. Stephenson, principal of New .College, Box. Hill. -Colonel Sandfo'd made it easy for: us to see all that we desircd, and we wdre abl]e to talk freely to tlhe boys individuallyg and to question them as we chose. W'e were specially interested in the alleged ill treatment of the boy Kreygger, and the officeris gave u every facility tlmnt we milght gt at the iacts. An inquiry is.being held concerning the incident, and I -must not, of course, prejudge it...

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EXECUTION OF ODGERS. HEAD SEVERED FROM THE BODY. PERTH, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

EXECUTION OF ODGE~RS." •HEAD SEVERP.ED FRO·M THE BODY :: PERTH, Tlmrusday. It ,as, become puhblicly known tha;t al unfortunate incident occurred .at the execa tion-of Charles Odgers at Fremantle. Gol " on WVednesday- morning. Owing to 'thi fact thlat Odgeits had attempted 'his .ive by placing a detonator in his mottth his head was much disfiguedl, and hie was given an extraordinarily short drop. Notivithstand ing this, thle head was completely severed from his body. IThe pres was iot admitted to this exe cution, and -a great amount of secrecy 4·as been exercised by the authorities over the incident. It was through an unalticial source that the .truth leaked out.-. It was confirmed this morning by a statement made by Superintendent Hann, : of Fre man tle 'pro'inoI:

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MORGUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

M:ORGUE RETURNS. The return of inquests conducted at the M1oigue during' 1913 shows thtat altogether therie 'were 375, as compared with 388 for the previous year. The number of inquest: under each clas s total about the same as tlhose of 1912, but 12 more persona aect their death as tile resilt of accidents. Sui cides show a .decrease of 7. There is a marked decrease in the numbet of new\ly born children found dead, 17 being the total, as against. 33 for the previous year. There wbre also 437 cases reported in which inlqu.sts were not held. In jnost of these eases post mortem examina1tions were made. Forty-nine of the cascs were re ferred to local justices for inquiry. Altogether 812 deaths were repborted to the Coroner during the year, but in 153 cnase. it was not ? ound necessa.ry to remove the bodirs to the Mloigue. 'ThcrZlore only .657 bodies were received by Constable Wat F-on. The cases in which verdicts of aeicllental death avere recorded totalled 172, being made up as follow...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

0O ~8ller's -eautifu tr-~el B9a es. Thousands have profited by us, and the number If you want fnie feathers at reasonable prices, i"s.increasing every week. Join them; write tol- Miller's Feather Shop is the place to buy, as our day. e send feathers post free to any address ge nrases of raw pamaterial enable us to sell icdayh -WTe se feathers Cost Faee to anade , t lowest prices. SLength lO,"tLnehes. ,' "",.' 2/11ac -'"- '° "nieCrr~ . ~ : 21ti L ,,,, i,. ., . : ?... . - Natr ".. Post Free. .""STRICH- F.ATI R $5/ " F ... ../6 DUL I)STER~S Lnt 8(c Le Eth 23%l5 inchess Th~e 1i3unch. 20/6 , . . S,~Logh 3/- - for 5/" 2 igb 10. c e ". 5/ The Bunch . 1 inches. Length, " t1 hThe ' ,h Write for Free Booklet. Send Postal Notes or Money Order PaybIeioJohi Mille. 9 . LLE ' :FE A 2o e ." CORNER OU STO S T -ES" M B207 Chapel St., rt alw n. xz?.' ? .. ? . ?7?? ?.? ..Corner. Strand:, ,,S~ych, e afs~t' the Timee. A? re you wearing one of those watches that can uiot be relied upo? ? Have you (before ...

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Leader — 17 January 1914

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENCE. Leonore.-Sandpaper. tim panel .ill you get it perfectly smooth,, then apply a" coat of best var nish. In a few days' time apply another coat of varnish, and leave for a fortnight to. harden. Mf.A.--t would be impo-ssible to gie' yo"n all the recipes you ask for.. I would advise your.send ing 1/9 in stamps to.T. tC. Lotlian, 100 1.inders street,- for a Keeyuga Cooookery . You wiltt see several of the recipes you ask for in the Cookery columns next week. I - Mothbr.-I would advise your commutiicating direct with Ci'sg,- W illaniSOs's,: l lizaheth-street. . l. th T?: tie h·ead of the underclotlhing depart :iaent. TPhey have just 'what ' ou want- here,i'ut t:ihe-i?r? :varies;, and I think it would. be more stis?ao for ~yo u to get a pice list from them. - I':.:orubksome.--.iYorkihire Pudding: 1 ?lb. flour, .ialt, pepper. 2 eggs.' Beat the yokes of the eggs :,.ith elnouigh milk to make a batter albotrt .the t"hi~ioiess: o thick cream. Whip the whites stiff anil...

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