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MEHEGAN KNOCKED OUT. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

'.MEHEGA'X KNOCKED OUT. SYDNEY, Sunday. At the Milburn Stadium last night, j Hughie .Mehegan was knocked out in the eleventh round by Young Saylor, j the hard-hitting Indiaaopolis boxer. [

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COAL PORTERS' STRIKE. VEHICLE DRIVERS JOIN. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

COAL roitl'JJKS' stbiee. ? i VEHICLE DRIVERS JOIN. LONDON. Frichiv. At a meeting! held last night, the General Vehicle Workers decided to co-operate -with, the coal porters, who are on strike. Probably -20,000 men enjr-aeed in the cartage of \.oal will bo icUe on ATouday, Several of the London hospitals are short of coal, but the strikers are adamant in their refusal to Per mit supplies beiiijr delivered to them.

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MURDER MYSTERY. WOMAN'S HATPIN FOUND. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

MUKDKIl nV.STEKY. WOMAN'S HATPIN FOUND. LONDON. Fridav. It lias Lev 11 ascertained _ that Thomas Kent Reeks, the victim of the "Wolverhampton murder, travel led from America under -Jig name of E. S. Hyne. ''The Daily Mail" states that a I woman's hatpin was found near the j •body, and that possibly a ^"omanj was concerned in the case. |

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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) IRVING AT MUSIC HALL. LONDON, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) IRYL\G AT MUSIC IIAIl, —®-— _ IjO^DOX, Saturday \i> w jx rr\*i*nrr !i ,"r.Qay. / -"-vmuay Mr H. B. Irving, the ^ell-knoL actor, is to appear at the Palace Musu Hall in a short sketch, "Tlie Vaafiv^", starting ou-.Monday. " '

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PRINCE MENACED. MAN RUSHES AT HIM. BROTHERHOOD CLAIMED. BERLIN, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

I ! PHINTE ME3TACED. ». ... 'max rushes at him. BROTHERHOOD CLAIMED. RKRT.TV -PvirV., The German Crown. PTince was leaving- his residence at Berlin yes terday to enter his motor car when a uian ran up to him. A sentry seized the mall and pushed him into the sentry box,! where he kept him until the police i arrested him. It was discovered that he was a •half-witted Jewish tailor, who^ al leges that he is thf CroAvn Prince's): brother. . '

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

DEATH.   PITT.—On 24th January, at Berkeley   Street, Castlemaine, George Arthur,   dearly loved infant son of John and   Elizabeth Pitt. Aged 5 months.  

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

IMPORTANT TO EVERT WOMAN. MRS- M. P. STEWART, of the Head quarters Staff of "The Ladies' College of Health," 40 Elizabeth street, Mel bourne, will visit Castlemaine on Wednesday, -itli, and Wednesday, 11th February, and may be consult ed at the Cumberland Hotel from 10.30 a.m. till G«p.m. Every woman who is a victim of ill-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. M. Ooonley's celebrated Orange Lilv t Home Treatment. " s Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health, 40 Elizabeth street, Melbourne, for a free copy of "Woman's Guide to Health," a book which every woman should possess. Mrs McLaughlin, ;1 visitor from •Sydney, was robibed of jewellery worth. i-lK) last week. She was staying, at the Clarence ...

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

FRESH LISES OF ATTRAC TION TO BE HAD AT Hayes and Harris' Further Reductions for This Week ELECTRO PLATED BRUSHES ASD DRESS BASKETS STILL GIVEN AWAY FOR EVERY S 1 A>'I) OYER OF GOODS PURCHASED. One-piece dresses, in stripe Pique, Crepe and Tussore, 'fit guaranteed, and a smart frock. Our price to-day, 4/11; sold at 10/6 each. Whit*} muslin dresses, a few only left, our price to-day 2/11; sold at 7/6. Blouses in cambric, crepe and pique, light and dark colors, our .price to-day, 1/9, 2/11, 3/6. Sample lot silk blouses, nicely trimmed, our 'price to-day, 5/6; sold at 10/6 ■and upwards. Children's mushroom hats, trimmed, a good school hat, our price to-day, 9d. Balance of trimmed millinery, smart and fresh, to -go at. half prices. CROUDS OF OTHER BARGAINS TO BE OBTAINED IN" ALL DEPART E NTS. Hayes e&.«3L 3EEo;:e?:r?:I.ss THE HOUSE FOR QUALITY AND SOLID TALUE. ! Phone 100. The Fruit Season IS NOW WITH US, AND BOTTLING WILL BE IN FULL SWING FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. DO YOUR JARS...

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FOUNDRY v. HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 26 January 1914

FOUNDRY v. HARCOURT. Foundry batted first, and knocked up 202. Banfield 47, Stewart 27, Walk er 25, and T. iPeeler 21. Harcourt at. call of lime had lost four wickets for 61. The scores are :— FOUNDRY. First Innings. v.nT\\*. c C. Warren, b R. Warren 14 •\y c R- 'Hill, b R. Warren 5 ..Pritctatd, c C. AVarron, b R. War ren ' y Peeler. ran out 19 J. Norris. b Seelenmeyer .. .. 11 T. Pcc'ter, run out 21 j FCCtelt -Uii ullL •• •• •• *■-' Ban field, e Douglas, b R. Warren 41 Walker, stp. J. Warren, 1> R. War ren 25 Stewart, c 'Rash, b R. Hill .. .. 27 lvey. c J- Warren, b R. Warren .. 0 Mciherall. not out 4 Sundries 13 Total 202 Rowling R. Hill, 1 for ;!S; R. Barren, 6 for SI; Seelenmeyer, 1 for ;!?: Rash. 0 for 11; Douglas. 0 for 17; K Warren, 0 for 5. HARCOPRT. First Innings. S. Warren, c Priicliard. b Burns 4 C. Hill, c T. Peeler, b F. Peeler 11 •Rash, b F. Peeler 5 i C. Warren, run out 4 E. Pritchard, not out 11 II Hill, not out 21 Sundries 5 Toraf for 4 wickets .. .. o'l

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

FIRE; " FIRE. FIRE. ; I i THE BEI,L SIGNALS., The public are notified that the following firebell signals have been adopted by the Castleniaine { Fire Brigade, to indicate the local ity of an outbreak of fire in the Borough :— ONE DONG-North of Fire Station. j TWO DONGS—East of Fire Sta. (tion; THREE DONGS-South of Fire Station. FOUR DONGS—West of Fire Sta Ition. CONTINUOUS RINGING—: j Market Square.;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

DYSPEPSIA j||cannot EXISTi where the stomach is entirely relieved oi its -wort of aigei tion. ^JFhsn the stomach has nothing to do but rest, it get* ?3) n- /'^ Di9es^.y —- j*if rrZ, ShtifC* CML't Cs.iJ*** /fl/ ^£/j. ■well and strong in a natural way. The perfect dyspepsia Jspf core, therefore, is one that will *fd|j digest the food and permit Nature to restore the stomach. Jig ^ DRS. SHELDON'S ">||j DIGESTIVE TASUi.ES "413 do Just this thing. No matter j||a how much you eat or;what condition of yoytslcmach cf??4 is, your food is properly ?^d i|;3 pcrf-clly digested and your stomach regains if; strength and g^ts sound and v>-e!J., © SOLD EVERYWHERE 2 6 K^TiN.

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CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) LABOR PAPER LOSES LONDON, Monday. "The Daily Citizen," the [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S LlilOR PAPER LOSE(j ' "The Daily Ciiizen^?hi* -rue Daily Citizen," the gan of the Labor movement, V was established in October, . not proving a financial success \ losing £3000 a year ' V:/;:| ?

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HOCKEY TOUR POSTPONED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

hockey touu rosrroM-i>. , 1-ON'DON. Moiulrtv ; to the inability to send a strong team, the British Hockey Asso-; ciation has.postponed the Nev>- Zealand) ; tour for a year.

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HOME RULE SURE. CIVIL WAR IDEA ABSURD. MR REDMOND SPEAKS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

HOME lU'LE SURE. 1 CIVIL WAR IDEA ABSURD. MR REDMOXD SPEAKS. LONDON, Monday. ! iMr John Redmond, the Irish Nation alist leader, addressing 15.000 people at an open air meeting at "Waterford. i Ireland, said that it was certain thai the Home Rule Bill would become law this year, unless the House of Com mons changed its mind. The talk of civil war, he added, was absurd. No sane man would believe in it. Tliey were ready to pay a 'big I price for a settlement by consent, but ; he saw no prospects of compromising I within the limits described by Mr As" quith, the Prime Minister, and agreed i to by Sir Edward Carson, the Asui ' Home Rule leader.

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THE FRUIT SEASON FAVORABLE OUTLOOK. HARCOURT ANY CAMPBELLS CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

THE FRUIT SEASON FAVORABLE OUTLOOK. UARCOURT ANT) CAMPBELI/S CREEK. Good prices aro -being obtained Tor the various consignments of plums, apples, and pears, sent to Sydney and Brisbane (writes our Harcourt corres pondent), and, it is anticipated that good prices will be obtained through out the seasou, .particularly for pears, j a short crop being reported from most; districts. This is good news tor local orchardists. as a good crop of pears exist throughout the whole of the dis trict. Plums are also very heavy, and as 3/6 to 4.' per half case lias been the ruling price on the Sydney market for dark plums, a large quantity have been sent there to relieve the conges tion locally. It is evident, however, that the ship ping companies are taking no risks at the present, juncture, as ou Friday hist the fruit for 'Sydney was refused, and had to be sent, on by rail. This would not be a very great disadvantage were a uniform guage of railway existent throughout, and the necessity for handl...

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SEMI-FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

SEMT-FIXAU Leggo 21 beat Castles 14. H. Deravin 21 beat Van Heurck 17. •The other CastAemaine players were "Wilson, who was defeated in the third round by Young; Rasmussen, beaten by Castles in the fourth round, and Odgers, beaten by Dr. Park in the sec ond round. lredale did not compete.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

... A_... WHOLESOME DRINK— BRACING AND REFRESHING Pleases r SKIN DISEASES. Including cczcma, pimples, raslies, boils, chilblains, ringworm, shingles, ulcers, old sores have their remedy in Rexona, the rapid healer. Sold in triangular pots at 1/G and 3/. Obtain able at G. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. HAY, HAY, HAY. CHAFF, CHAFF, CHAFF. TIio Ycry best quality and the lowest price. CAMP, XEAR SHERIFF'S BRIDGE. Only the priinest qualities bought, and customers can depend on receiv ing the best every time. A TRIAL SOLICITED. NOTE THE ADDRESS— G. J. KOTSIAKOS, Market Square, Castlenialuc. A MODERN REMEDY. Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery for Coughs and Colds gets to the root of the trouble and gives per fect relief. Price, 1/6 and 3/ everywhere. Geo. Clark and Son, wholesale distributors. UNDERTAKERS. OLD ESTABLISHMENT, BARKER STREET. Respectable Funerals conducted lor lowest rates. Prices and terms for better class ol Funerals as pei arrangement at lowest rat§s, Every care and atten...

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BOWLING NORTH WESTERN ASSOCIATION. SINGLE HANDED CHAMPIONSHIP. PINAL BETWEEN LEGGO AND DBRAVIN [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

BOWLING NORTH WESTERN ASSOCIATION. SINGLE HANDED CHAMPIONSHIP. PINAL BETWEEN LEGGO AND DBRAVIN The single-handed championship matches of the Xorth-AVestern Associa tion took place yesterday on the greens at Bendigo, South Beudigo and Eagle hawk. Play ceased too late to enable the Cast'lemaino players travelling by the last passenger train, and thoir home ward journey was made by a luggage, which reached Castlemaine half an hour after midnight. 'Leggo and Derarin, both of Beudigo, are to compete in the final, which, pro bably, will take place next Saturday. The scores for the fifth round and semi-final were as follow :— FIFTH ROUND. Castles (K) 21 beat Young '(B), 14. Leggo (B) 21 beat Gardner (SB), 19. Van Heurck (C) 21 beat Derrick (B) 20. H. Deravin (B) 21 beat G. Hosking (B), 20.

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OUR LONDON LETTER BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

OUR LONDON LETTER BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN TOPICS (From. Our Special Correspondent.) Ill the florists' shops here you will often see bunches of a (Lower which grows in clusters oI sweet scented yellow balls, and il you, re cognising the sight and perfume of a u old friend and fellow-country man, joyfully acclaim it as "wattle" you will be corrected by the shop girl and told that that flower is Mimosa. This is bad enough, but the "Daily Mail'' has gone one better, or rather, worse. the "'Mail" publishes an edition in Paris every day, and this Contin ental editioy. has lately blossomed forth with a "Riviera Supplement." It is produced at Nice, to which ollice the "Daily Mail" has extend ed its private telegraph wire to Paris, and the supplement is issued gratis to all subscribers of the Paris edition. Now the' "Mail" has been announcing that this Riviera Supplement is printed 011 paper the color of the Mimosa ilower, and it calmly informs us that this color has been selected as the Mimo...

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LAWN TENNIS. PRESBYTERIANS V. GOLDEN SQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

LAW TE3TNIS. PRESBYTERIANS V. GOLDEN ] SQUARE. • 1 Yesterday afternoon the match be tween the Golden Square Methodists and Castlemaine Presbyterian clubs, played on the Presbyterian court, re sulted in a wi'n for the visitors by 14 ?ames. J. E. Mamonney captained the Golden Square team, and R. "W. Gates acted similarly for the locals. The results are :— FIRST ROUND. E. Bruns and Miss Lyd. Pethard, beat R. AV. Gates and Miss Flo. Bick ham, 6—2. J. E. Mammoney and .Miss Lucy Saunders beat E. Kirkpatrick and Miss E. George, 6—2. A. James and Miss Dorothy Hodge beat S. Gray and Miss Cock, G—4. GENTS' DOUBLES. 'E. Bruns and J. E. Mammoney beat R. W. Gates and E. Kirkpatrick, 6—1. LADIES' DOUBLES. Misses Lyd. Pethard and Lucy Saun 3ers beat Misses Flo. Bickham and E. George, 6—4. SECOND ROUND. E. Bruns and Miss Lyd. Pethard lost ,o E. Kirkpatrick and Miss George. >—6. E. Mammoney and .Miss Lucy Saund jrs lost to Gates and 'Miss Bickliam, 1—6. A. James and Miss Dorothy Hedge ost to Gate...

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