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UNDERHAND WOODCHOP. First, £8: second, £3; third, £1. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

i UNDERHAND WOODCHO?.' First, .CS: second, .£3; third, £1. First Heat.—C. Herrod, 20secs. bhd., 1: \V. E. Hower, 26secs. bhd.. 2. Four starters Time, 2min. 42 3-5 sees. Second Heat.—D. Tullv, 4secs. bhd.. j 1; \Y. T. Elliott, scr.. 2. Four start j ors. Time, Sinin. 22sees. j FINAL. I D. Tully, Bendigo 1 C. Herrod, Korrumburra .. .. 2 j Time. 2miu. -17 2-5sees.

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LADDER RACE. 23 yards, First, £3/10/; second. £1; third, 10/. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

■LADDER RACE. 23 yards. First. £3/10/; second. £1; third, 10/. First Round :—C. Botten, Castle maiue, heat. ,1. Trcngrove, Bendigo; \V. B. Pattinson, Bendigo, beat E. Taylor, Gastlomaine; F. Arthur. Eaglehawk, beat W. Collicoat, Castlemaine; E. Holding. Castlemaine, boar. G. J. Lang ley. Kyneton; W. J. Quinn, Kyneton, boat if. Harvey, Eaglehawk: \V. Veats, Castlemaine, beat A. Taylor, Casilemaine; H. Burge, Castlemaine, boat P. Williamson. Castlemaiue: P. Hot ten, Castlemaine, a bye. Second Round :—C. Boitcn beat P. Botten: W. B. Pattinson beat F. Ar thur; \V. J. Quinn beat E. Holding: W. Veats beat II. Burgo. Third Round :—\Y. B. Pattinson beat C. Botten; W. J. Quimi boat "\V. Yeats. FINAL. \V. .T. Quinn, Kyncron, C yards, beat W. B. Pattinson, Bendigo, yards. For third place. W. Yeats. Cajil.? maine, 7 yards, beat C. Botten, Castle maiue, -t yards.

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SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

SHEFFIELD'. HANDICAP. First, ,£1S; second, £5; third, £2. i30 yards. First. Heat.—H. Wales, 13i yards, 3: J. W. Quina, 15i yards, 2. Time. 12 3-5. Second Heat.—H. Carroll, 13i yards, 1; H. Herron, loi yards, 2. Time, 12 3-5. Third Heat.—L.. 11. Oliver, Hi yards, 1; W. Radieson, 14 yards, 2. Time, 12 4-5. Fourth Heat.—J. Godfrey, 12 yards, 1: A. Portwine, 13 yards, 2. Time. 12 4-3. Fifth Heat.—W. A. Laver, 13* yards, 1; R. .Martyii, 10 yards, 2. Time, 13 sees. In the sixth, seventh, and eighth j heats, J. J. I-Icaly, 1G yards, C. W. Mar-| tin, 15L yards, and D. Fleming. 13 yards, secured walk-overs. First semi-final.—J. Godfrey. 1: H. Wales, 2. Time, 12 2-5. Second semi-final.—D. Fleming, 1; C. W. Martin, 2. Time. 12 3-5. FINAL. D. Fleming, Elphinstone, 13 yards 1 J. Godfrey, Bendigo, 12 yards .. 2 II. Wales, Pyramid, 13i yards .. 3 Time, 12 2-5th sees.

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RESULTS. DRIVING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

RESULTS. DRIVING COMPETITION. First prize, £2; second, £1. W. Stevens, Campbell's Creek, 1; J. M. Davcy, Xewstead, 2. There were five competitors, who had to drive through several sets of flags set just sufficient ly apart for the vehicles to pass thro ugh. The winner covered the disance in one minute 49 seconds, and had no disqualifications. The second man had faster time, 1 minute 3S seconds, but. knocked one flag down, and had one touch against him.

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CHARITIES' CARNIVAL A GREAT SUCCESS. MAGNIFICENT HIGH JUMPING, NEW AUSTRALASIAN RECORD ESTABLISHED. £187 TAKEN AT THE GATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

CHARITIES' CARNIVAL 4 A GREAT SUCCESS. MAGNIFICENT HIGH JUMPING, NEW AUSTRALASIAN RECORD ESTABLISHED. £187 TAKEN AT THE GATES. The Castlemaine Charities "N'eW Year's Day Carnival for 1914 at tracted thousands of people to, the town. They came by 11 special am! ordinary trains from all the neigh boring towns. The day was au ideal one, and whether the visitors made rendezvous at the Camp or at the Gardens a full round of enter tainment was provided Cor their ^lelectafion. Proceedings commenc ed with a procession in the morn ing. This was timed to start at 11 o'clock but, as usual, it was rather late in getting a start. It would add to the day's pleasure il a greater effort was made on fut ure occasions to observe pun ctuality. But the procession, when it did commence its march through the streets of the town, proved to have been well worth waiting for. It. was marshalled by Mr AV\ Red fearn in his usual capable manner. First of all came the drag con taining the Mayor and Borough Counc...

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TWO SPECIAL PROGRAMMES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

TWO SPECIAL PROGRAMMES. I j .Mr. Ford, of tlie Royal Picture Hall, | has made arrangements to repeat the famous picture, "Prom Manger to | Cross." next Friday night. lie is do 'ing this in compliance with a very groat number of requests. j On the Monday following (l:Mi :inst.) he will screen another picture j that has created a great stir wherever i shown. This is a great scenic and in structive film called "Life in Ireland," tand is 7000ft in length. The-charge I for admission on both these occasions will be dress circle, 1/; bodv of hall, j 0d.

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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) FIRE INVESTIGATED. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

(PER REUTER'S AGENCY.* FIRE INYESyilJATEN. NEW YORK, Friday. At the inquost held regarding {ho disaster al Calumet, in Michigan, cau sed by a false alarm of i'ire being von. ilio evidence Tailed to F-ubshuui ate the allegation that the panic was caused by the enemies of the Minors' Federation. The jury found that the disaster, in which 711 persons wore killed, was caused by an unknown person.

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ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL PICTURES. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS ? '■ ROYAL HALL PICTURES. ! TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. The atar drama at the Royal 'Hall to-night is one of great interest and thrilling situations. • Ir is called The Bullion 'Robbery, and tells how the knowledge came to Stephen Crasp, a notorious swell mobsman, that a large consignment Jiad been made to the Great Western bank. He '• gets a gang together, and they plan, to rob the bank. First, they hire an empty shop in close proximity to the bank, and herb they perfect, their plans. The gang effects an entrance to the bank, and get the gold bars into a van. In a lane the van breaks down, and a •passing motor car is commandered for use. In the meantime the alarm is given, and finally after exciting ad ventures the whole gang is captured. The remainder of the programme is well diversified, and should provide an evening of great enjoyment. The full programme is :Dodge That Failed (comic), Great Harmony (dra ma, 1000ft), Shooting the Rapids (scenic), The Usurer's Grip (drama...

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HOLIDAY COLD, LONDONERS SUFFER. STEEPLECHASING STOPPED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

j I n*y pat i\ I i TjOXDOXERS suffer. STEEPLEC-HASI XT. STOPPED. LOXDOX, Friday. j London was afflicted wiih a raw ami bitterly cold morning ■for yesterday".. holiday, but the temperature rose in the afternoon, and a week-end thaw 1 was predicted. A severe frost stopped the ^teeple ohnse meeting at. Manchester. Skating is in progress general;.". ;uui it has been arranjrsd to deck!.1 .he 1'ri tish championships on Monday and Tuesday. at Lingay Fen..

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1913 WEATHER CONDITIONS THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

1913 WEATHER CONDITIONS I * I THE RAINFALL. in tlii? .Midland and Southern pans the year just concluded has been a great one. In the northern and mal lee parts, the rea! wheat belt, a big yield was rendered impossible by a dry winter and early spring. How ever. owing to fine falls in September and OctoVr, a real failure was pre vented. and taken ail round the year can bo called norma! for foodstuffs,1 and one of the best for grass and na tural 'feed. Locally we had neither any disastrous windstorms, hail or! frosis. although a fair share of each. For December only :— i Year. Total. Wet Davs lt»13 150 3 1912 367 11 mi 240 S mo 173 12 100ft 04 S IPOS 5G s For whole yettr :— Y ear. Total. Wet Days 101:1 2103 100 11)12 12064 110 1011 2555 107 1010 251S 12(5 100'.) 2500 117 10OS u;o;{ S5 1007 1011 0S 1000 2724 110 I

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IRELAND DEFEATS FRANCE. PARIS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

IRELAND DEFEATS EKASCE. j PARIS. Friday. In the luie-vnacioual Ilivg'oy match, played here yesterday, Ireland defeated France by S points to 'J.

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CORRESPONDENCE HOSPITAL GALA. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE HOSPITAL GALA. Sir,—The splendid response of the public in connection with the Hospital Gala, which realised a profit of £110, is deserving of the highest commenda tion, and the general committee de sire to thank the visiting Railway Band, the Bendigo Charity Club, the Ladies' Committees, the local and dis trict bands, State School Teachers' Association, and all sub-committees, and individuals who worked so ener getically to make the function such a pronounced success. The basis of economy on which the demonstration was conducted was responsible for the handsome profit, which is highly ap preciated b.v the Hosnita! authorities —Yours, etc., S. Jf. CORXTSH, Chairman, A. H. DRU.M.AIOXD, Hon. Seer;v. 2/1/14.

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JEWELS MISSING. THEFT THEORY DISCREDITED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

1 JEWELS '.niSSIXG. THEFT THEORY DISCREDITED. LONDON*. Friday. Railway police discredit the theory :hnt Mrs. Reitlinger's jewels were stolen.

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THE Mount Alexander Mail. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. New Year's Eve was quietly cele brated in Castlemaiue. Although there were large crowds about the streets until -a very late hour, they were orderly and comparatively well behaved". On account of the permanent closing of a large num ber of hotels it had been expected that rowdyism would take place, but the vigilance exercised by the police prevented anything of the sort. 'Castlemaine enjoyed ideal we-atheij lor the New Year's holidays. The annual Carnival, in aid of the charities, attracted fully ten thou sand people to the town, and the attendance at the Camp Reserve was a record for several years past. The Gardens, however, were the most favored resort, hundreds of family picnic parties spending the whole clay there. It has been estimated that the attendance at the Hanging Rock was 25,000, while huge crowds were attracted to Ben dig o and Maryborough. | Tlve Borough Band, xuvder Band master Taylor, had a heavv day's work on New Year's Day-...

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HATRED LEADS TO CRIME. BROTHER KILLED IN EXPLOSION. ROME, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

IIA TEED LEADS TO CKD1E. ... . I ' i BROTHER KILLED IX EXPLOSION. { ! HOilE, Tuesday. I Haired for bis brother.led to a lab orer causing an explosion in a fac tory in Naples. The brother per ished. j ■ The man boasted of the deed to his' ! mother, who informed the policc, and he is now in hiding.

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BOWLING. THE CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

]}OYr;.i\-N\ •V^jV; CA6 Yi.Z'i Chi iVr.lav afternoon a swefrpsiaky for pairs was arranged, and alter' a spirited contest The 'final was between AV. "Wilson and Dempster against M. Van Her.rck and -Speiice, but as it was getting late-they agreed to divide. This afternoon players should be on th^ground soon after 3.30 to allow of any g^rtie which may bo arranged st.ariiag' not later than 4 p.m.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

r-*; • SPQnVnQ NEWS CKICKET. TIi* following are ;lie matches for to-day : A. Grade v. B. Grade. Ooiubiued team, A. Grade :—Iro aalo, Freeman, Barnes, SheUou (C.U. C.C.). Xorris, Peeler (2(, 'Walker (Foundry),, Ferriman, Batty, Hayes, Hibbert, (Maldon). Play commences sharp at 1.30 p.m. Foundry. Castiemaine and .Maldon (11) v. 15 B. Grade, Guildford, >.!ue klcford. and Castiemaine, on the Camp Reserve. Barker's Creek and Hareourt (11) v. 15 Woollen Mill, Barker's Creek, and Hareourt, ax. Barker's Creek.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

TERRIBLE " HE AD ACHES. ,;I am_a bootmaker,'1 writes Mr Frederick Miller, Great Kins: street, North Dunedin, N.Z., "and for many years suffered from terrible head aches and irregularity of the bowels due to nr.- sedentary lifei A;ter taking one box of Chamber Iain's I was greatly benefited and rStrcte.d. mv.ojirp... lition. tr.e slightest. symptoms oi constipa tion I take two or three tablets, which always set uic right.!! Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. liTT.LLN' STRIKE FUSI> REACHES i 80J>00, + _ LONDON", Thursday, i The t'r.nd inaugurated for the pur-1 po»e or auoruing relief to xiie wives | and frr.nilies of Dublin strikers, now I ;;:.a .CiO.OOt*. j GOT VERY WEAK, _ boy Jack was very bad withj diarrhoea," writes Mrs M. Lee,' Forbes, .N.S.Wi' "For quite a !ort-1 nifl'-'c he was ill and got very weak. -V:v husband bought a bottle' ot! Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea' Remedy and to our surprise onej cose completely cured him." Soldi by Geo. Clark and Son...

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WINTER REIGNS. SNOW FALLS HEAVILY. SHIPPING DELAYED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

WINTER REIGNS. SNOW FALLS HEAVILY. ■ \ SHIPPING DELAYED. • • LONDON, Tuesday. Winwr lias 'grippea Great. Britain with icy fingers; . Sxiow .is falling at John o' Groats and the Isle of Wight, and is so blind ing ;i:ac the solent. shipping has been delayed. .The stearucrs' sirens are kepi con stantly sounding. 0:i ilia Seottish Highlands the snow drifts are five feet deep. Snow ploughs arc keeping the railways clear. In Germany tails of. snow are ham pering the telegraph and . telephone sorviec?. Paris is wrapped in a mantle of whit-?, and the Swiss resorts are cov ered to a depth of 40 .inches.

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

J HOUSEHOLJ; HINTS, i When washing- glass or earthenware, place the articles in warm, salted water. They will clean more quickly. To make cabbage digestible. when, liall* boiled pom- oil' the water aud placo in fresh boiling water. When boiling potatoes put a tea spoonful of sugar as well as salt in iho vv::tei\ This does not gitc a .sweet taste, but makes them dry and floury. When washing stockings, soak ju->i in ci'j-i water to remove thcii'st. -\u amount of rinsing has the same ef fect. When making pa-try that is to be served cold, milk should be used tor the mixing", and the ;v:-try wiil keep short and crisp longer than it un.V-d with water. Flannels should not he inmcd. lV.il out evenly while on the eiuthes fold, and place the hi*.torn c\ ;>v clnihes-baske.. This will make them quite smooth. When boiling- ciolhes, i>!ace an uu peele'.l lenum cut ielo siiecs in the copper with the eioih.es to boil. This will remove all stain-. and make the tlothes beautifully white. Tea...

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