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IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914
IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. MRS. M. P. STEWART, of the Head- '■ quarters Staff of "The Ladies' College 01 Health," 45 Elizabeth street, Mel- 1 bourne, v»*ill visit Castlemaine, on the first and second Wednesday of each month, and may be consulted at the Cumberland Hotel from 10.30 a.m. ' till 6 p.m. Every woman who is a victim of iii-.Health, or who is threatened with a critical operation, and every woman who is disappointed in her desire to fill the noble mission of motherhood, should seek the skilful advice of Mrs Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Castlemaine authorised to supply Dr. D. II. Coonley's celebrated Orange Lily Home Treatment. Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne, for a free copy of "Woman's Guide to Health." a book which every woman should possess.
REVELS MARRED. YOUTH COMMITS SUICIDE. PATHS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914
REVELS MARREI). 4 Vr! ' VOUTH COMMITS SUICIDE. PATHS, Saturday. While New Year revels were in pro gress in a Cafe at Montmarte, which was crowded with men and women gaily dressed, a youth, jumped upon a chair, and shouting, "I'll show you something new," produced a revolver from his pocket, yelled "Good-bye to life," and i'ired twice at his liea'd. He fell dead amid the revellers, with the result that women fainted and men made a 'panic-stricken rush lor the exit.
CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) BUILDING CRISIS. MASTERS MAKE DEMANDS. LOCK OUR THREATENED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914
CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.? BUILDING CRISIS. MASTERS MAKE DEMANDS. LOCK our THREATENED. LONDON, Saturday. Master builders, resenting ,a section al* strike arising out of the employ ment of non-unionists, demand that all strikers should return to work, and that a guaranteed trust fund be form ed by deposits by both sides for pav ing penalties for strikes, lock-outs, and violation of working agreements. Failing the men's compliance, there will probably be a lockout that will affect 50,000 organised workers and ■100,000 unorganised.
DUEL DECLINED. M. VEDRINES IRONICAL. CAIRO, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914
IH KL T>Kt l.I\KI). >1. VBDltlXES IUONiCA!.. CAIRO, Sa'.urj;: Festivities organised a: i-?, honor of Jules Yedrines, the airman, have been cancelled, he has refused to accept a cba'fc to a duel with an airman named who assorts that Yedrines slapped face at. Heliopolis. Yedrines, when a-sked '.vLjy h,-> ; declined, replied, ironically, "Boca;' I haven"- enough courage :o He him."
BABY RECALLS RACE. LOVE RIVALRY PECIDED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914
BAH* KKl'AI.l.S K.VCL I-'H-l-; RIVALRY PKt/Ii>L"P. -• LONDON. ?aiu:iv It is announced th:r a baby been bom to tho nvo members*K - Wild Australia Company who married lasr year as .1 resui: across country. The contest was arranged a1 mine which of -he ;>vo rivals >-••• marry the woman. with who."" were in love. The infant has been clvristctiejj"-; kney, after the parish Mioo." where rhe race was decided, T.V Of tho race showed rh.lt he enrer no bitterness by con£4:i;::ic godfather of the child.
ESCAPE ATTEMPTED. PRISONER'S RUSE FAILS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914
Ksc.vn: \T! i-Ail'IKl). ! ♦ PRISONER'S iH"SK KAILS, 1 .OXDOV Saturday.. | PrestMiunj: :v ::••• cn:r£ i gr.itos of SprinsifvUI Gaol. Hssex. ~: rerday. a weH-ilro.ssod "ia.: asked warder ro opon rhoin. as ho had f& Oil repair:::.^ ihe orpran of "he gaol Ho pv.; eh,? name of Grrfir;. bur he unable ui f :;d such .1 nas; :he visirovj' jook. :ho -,v ardor re;S' rv-> open r'ae cares. The man was evviiruaily .-.r-.-ir:/' a? a prisoner-. Ho had stolon c*c-:: from T.ho orj:oo">' ';;;ar:.'rs. after - ins? while exoreisKi?.
INTERVESTION INEVITABLE. MEXICO AND AMERICA. NEW YORK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914
IXTEKVE\TI(>y IXEYITAHLE. j I .MEXICO A N'T) AMERICA. j NEW YORK, Saturday 1 Colonel lgo, military attache a Washington, who has returned froir Mexico, is reported to have stated th.v intervention is inevitable. i This, he states, would necessitate j the eventual use of ?r>0.0>">0 American • soldiers, though t>0,000 could take th" "apkal. Mexico City, in six wee"ks. General Huerta. he is reported t-> have added, could not suppress the re bellion unless he adopted a railway blockhouse system, similar to that em ployed in the Boer war.
SHOP WINDOW BROKEN FORTY-FOUR WATCHES STOLEN. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 January 1914
SHOP WINDOW BROKEN FORTY-FOUR WATCHES STOLEN. MELBOURNE, Saturdav. ! Forty-four watches were stolea from Prosner's jewellery shop, 209 13 Bourke street, city, at an early hour this morning', one of the will- j (lows being, broken with half a| brick, making a hole of sutlicientj size to allow a man's band to be put through. The selling prices of| the watches amounted to £150, a.ndj the window cost £50. ; Ar 4 p.m. .Mr P. E. Posaer was; awakened Uv a noise which he inis-j took for the "toot" of a motor! car. Other people, one of whom re-i sided at l'arer's Restaurant, direc-| tlv opposite, also heard the noise,; but they were not aware of what; had caused it. ! Later Mr Posner was awakened by j the police, and on going into the J shop he found that four trays of: watches had been stripped. The: time occupied in taking oft these j watches must have been several f minutes, as some of them v.ere! rather tightly hooked to the trays, j Half a brick was also discovered j inside the shop. Th...