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RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RIFLE SHOOTING. The fixtures for the week in connection with the above are as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

KIFLE SHOOTING. MIXIATURE iRIFLE SHOOTING. The fixtures for the week in connec tion with the above are as follow : — To-night, I.O.R., Castlemaine, meet Campbell's Creek, and on Wed nesday night Chew ton shoot against I.O.R., Harcourt. 'Manchester Unity and A.X.A., Har court, will fire their postponed match on Wednesday night.

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SUNKEN SUBMARINE. RESCUE EFFORTS FAIL. VESSEL NOT SHIFTED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

,Si :>KEX SUIDUKIXE. RESCUE EFFORTS FAIL. VESSEL NOT SHIFTED. LONDON, Friday. Efforts made to bring to the sur face submarine AT, \vliich sank rg :ently' in Whitsand Bay, near 1'ly aioutJi, have so Jar proved- uusu'e ;essful. . A fleet of salvage craft went to iYhitsand .Bay yesterday. The sun *vas shining;', the sea choppy, and there was a hcavy swell. By 1 p.m. a, wire hawser was placed round the submarine and att.ached to a tug-, which steamed ahead, at half speed, and then increased to full speed. After a while divers descended to ascertain the effect, and found little"* :>r no chalice. The submarine was still firmly embedded in the sand. It was obvious that nothing more was possible that afternoon, and the craft returned to the harbor.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

WHOOPING COUGH. I "My little boy had whooping cough j j very badly," says Mrs. A. Henderson, The People's Store, 47 Elgen Road, Mornington, iX.Z. "I tried several cough medicines ynthout amy of them doing him any good, then I tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and he : got immediate relief. Since then I have ahvays kept a bottle of this won derful medicine by me and recommend it to everyone." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors.

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FACTS AND FANCIES. A Quaint Old English custom. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

FACTS AND FANCIES# ' A Quaint Old English custom. Of tbo many forms of wedding-ring > which have been in use in various coun- j tries since marriage was made a solemn ceremony, perhaps there is none so cur ious as the old Gemmel Ring. This was in use in our country in early times, and did duty for both engagement and wedding-ring. The curious part about it was tho fact that it was made in three parts, hinged together. On a man and a woman being betrothed, tho three parts of tho ring were separated, one being worn by the man, one by the woman, and the third given into the .keeping of a mutual friend who acted as a sort of guardian or umpire to tho happy pair. At the wedding itself tho j three parts of the ring, were reassembl ed and put together again to form one triple ring for the bride. Hakluyt on inhaling. Wo are rather in the habit of re garding tho inhaling of tobacco smoko as if it were a modern and .somewhat decadent fashion which had come inAo vogue only with Hie general ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

TONES B & 0 3 Timber and IroniangBiy Seiehants BASKEB ST., CASTLE if AINE. Best cad Cheapest Pig, <'{* -I; Kin^ :a} _ , ^i.aLe-4, Maitd. pieces, Timber, Roofing Iron, Spout inK and Ridging, Lime and Cemei« of Building Materials anV r Kllu Ironmoagery, Stoves, Gratea u1 niPPP« Tim-K^-r r? „ _ n „ > Ma»t« Plaster, etc. AI«o all kinds of one-fir^ Cooking Stoves, including Andrew?' ''NonpaTieV' the Famous I.X.L., and ''iNew Favor, ito" Stoves, for which they are SOLE AGENTS, and which i» indeed « '"avorite" to all Housewives. It will pay those about to build give eh a ca^* Estimates givea for all kinda ot buili iags & Repairs. Rabbit Destruction ron burrow work. X.ASSEMOUT IT LAYS •LX OUT, SURE! CHEAP, .Si31I'LL", i'FFECTITE. l.AZEMOUT is largely used by the Government and leading landholders of Australia, railway, lands, reserves, reservoirs, channels, and embank ments. Lazemout destroys their harbor, success guranteed. Price. -10/ per drum o£ le gallons, ...

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JEALOUS CHILDREN. HOT COALS IN CLOTHES. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

JEALOUS ClUMUtEX. ? HOT COALS IX CLOTHES. PARIS, Saturday. Jealousy aroused m the minds 01 two children, aged 3 and 4 years respec tively, because of ki-ndness and affec tion lavished on a baby sister, aged 18 months, has resulted in a dreadful tragedy in Paris. The two children poured a quantity of red hot coals inside the baby's ! clothes, inflicting fatal injuries.

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WOMAN MUTILATED HEAD NEARLY SEVERED. PEKIN, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

WO.UA>" MUTILATE]) HEAD NEARLY SEVERED. PEKIX, Saturday. Mrs. lUciiard Xewman, wife of a wealthy German btnckcr, at Shanghai, lias been found in her bedroom hor ribly mutilated. Her body was nearly severed from the body, one arm was almost hacked off, and several fingers were cut off, evidently as the quickest way of ob raifjing" rings. Jewellery ana money the value of £4m(1i} ivas carried off.

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FROST AND ICE. COLD SNAP IN BRITAIN. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

Fit0ST XSV ICE. COLD SNAP IN BRITAIN. ;LOX-DON, Saturday. Great Britain is experiencing the severest weather that has been known for several years. To-day was the coldest for a year in England, there, be ins eleven, dcgrocs -if irost 'w London, and 17 degrees in coYtnwY districts. Rivers lakes are coated with ice, and rae'uvi av Ivempton Park was postponed on rhe ground that it was '/^possible 1101(1 the meeting France ana Germany are also suffer in $• from a cold wave. Charcoal nraziers are burning in the principal streets o: Paris tor the benefit of the poor.

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DISCARDED CLOTHING. APPETITE INCREASES. NEW YORK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

lMSCAliPEI) CLOTH 1X-. APPETITE INCREASES. XEAV YORK. S:\iurday. Professor Taylor, of Pennsylvania, maintains thai women eat more taaa they did _0 years ago. in order :o kec? their bodies shapely, and fill '.he place of clothing previously '>vorn. Th:j" also require more heat unirs, lic says, because their clothes are ur.nner.

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DOCTOR SUED. HOT WATER BOTTLE BURNS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

DOCTOR Sl'EI). HOT WATER BOTTLE BURNS. LONDON". Saturday. "Waker Ressilly. a student of sing ing and dancing, prosecuted Dr. Brad ford, of Henrietta street, because, al ter an operation, and when an inmate of Dr. Bradford's nursing home, his legs v.-ere severely blistered by com ing into contact with a hot-'.v.uer bet tie in the bed, which prolonged his illness. The jury awarded plaintiff .tl 10') damages.

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CONSUL SHOT. FALLS DEAD IN GUESTS' ARMS. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

CONSUL SHOT. + FALLS DP:AD IX GUESTS' ARMS. PARIS, Saturday. 'M. Valvlroi':-?, French Consul a; Tan gier. has been murdered by iiis cook ;a sensational circumstances. 'He was giving a dinner party, *ue:i he found, jit'tcr tb-? srii«ss*s >>•■>••< ed, that the cook was drunk. M. Valdromo remonstrated wua t:ic man. and dismissed him. The man then fired three r-yA>:ve? shots at M. Valdronie. who rusnea '.at a the drawingroom, and :"eii dead the arms ot some of his guesrs.

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PLEASURE SOUGHT. EXCITEMENT AIMED AT. CLERICAL CONDEMNATION. VIENNA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

pleasuee sought. excitement atmed at. CLERICAL condemnation. vienna, Saturday. Roman Catholic dignitary of Aus tria 'ias addressed to his co-religion j-jg in the Army and Navy a pastoral loiter saying thai" the luxury, extrava gance. and search Cor pleasure is every |iiy attaining greater dimensions, and ;j"a serious menace to the well-being 0f the individual and the family. Modern dances and other forms of amusement, he says, do not aim at beneficial relaxation, but an excite ment of ;he senses, while the majority o; the theatres disseminate immorality.

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WELLS BOXES PIGOTT. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

WILLS BOXL'S ri(.Oll. I' =» 1. LONDON, Sunday. considerable interest is being las'-''1 in the meeting between Bouibardi?r Wells and Piggou. the best French heavyweight boxer, at Cardiff, ttf night. It is considered t-hat the Enf tishmaii should win,

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JAPAN TAKES STAND. INTIMATION TO AMERICA. WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

JAPAX TAKES ST AM). 7T INTIMATION" TO AMERICA. W. ASH IXG TO X. Saturday. Japan consider? that the argu2v?n:a of Washington in connection w":;b C-alifornian Land Bill, arc unsatisfac tory, and has intimated to ?res:<ies> Wilson that other plans will li.iVC be elaborated. . . , The Immigration Commiao.. -vtv.Cii ia considering the Asiatic Kxolus'.oii Bill, has postponed its sitting? it has ascertained what the othM plans mean.

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BUILDERS FIRM. LOCK-OUT THREATENED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

BUILDERS FIRM. ^ LOCK-OUT THREATENV"D. LONDON. Saturday. There is,<no relaxation of -he icasio between ihe master builders mid employes. If Uic men refuse ic sijjn an uud*"* taking to work peacefully wi-h no;* unionists, a lock-out will begin i noon on Saturday. It will affoe; 15C».0v0 men.

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JOHNSON AS WRESTLER. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

J0IL\*0> AS "WRESTLER. LOXiDOX, Saturdav. Jack Johnson, the champion box* was defeated in a wrestling match a; Berlin with Marcussen, a German, in catch-as-catcii-can style. The contest lasted 23 minutes.

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CONCESSION GRANTED. ST. JOHN'S, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

CONCESSION GEANTED. —♦ —. ST. JOHN'S, Saturdar n i~\ * * ****•• - Newfoundland -Government . hjjr" granted a company a concession to us* 1,000,000 horse power at the Granj : ■Falls, Labrador, for generating electri city to extract nitrogen from the a;, mosphere for use as a fertiliser.

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DRUGS CAUSE CRIME. COCAINE AXD MORPHINE. NEW YORK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

I DRUGS CAUSE CRDft". COCAIXE AXD MORPHINE. NEW YORK. Saturday It is estimated that, there are cocaine and- morphine victims in NeT York. Many of them are found among the poorest classes. Nearly half :ho in mates of prisons are drugtakers, and a third of the serious crimes committed are traceable to the habit.

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PARIS MIGHT STARVE. PARIS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

PARIS 3110111 STARVE. PARIS, Saturdav. A committee which was entrusted with the study of the reviciualling o? fortified camps at Paris reports thai if mobilisation is ordered the railways would be entirely monopolised for | military communication -with the pro- - j vinces. The c: y would be cut og ! and starved after four days.

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE 31ALD0N, An outbreak o£ lire occurred at Maiden on Friday evening, when tlie rear premises and outbuildings of Mrs D. Roberts's general store in Reef street were destroyed, the ■damage being estimated at about £50. Owing to the efforts of the lire brigade, the main building, which had caught alight, and Mr T. Brooks' store at the rear were saved. At the annual meeting of the Mal don branch of the Church of Eng land Men's Societ%- the following office-bearers ITere elected ^Presi dent, Rev. J. Tyssenj vice-presi dent, W. Seedsman; treasurer, S. J. Walker; executive committee, J.' C'ouchman, P. Maddoclcs, and A. •Steadman; auditor, J. Huish. At the next meeting the Rev. J. Tyssen's successor (Rev. Hauser, of Rallarat) will be present. The vicar is to take charge of St. George's. Malvern, for a period o£ twelve months. At a committee meeting in con nection with effecting improvements to the town, held on Friday nig&t, several schemes were discussed at le...

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