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DOMINIONS COMMISSION. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

DOMIXIOSS COMMISSION. LOXDOX, Mondav. | It is anticipated thai the second in i| terim report of the Dominions Coni | mission concerning Australia and New Z- aland will be issued on Tuesday. ;■ .in intruder was surprised in Las -•-•.ters tailoring- establishment, George street, Sydney, early yes U-rday morning, by a constable, | who bailed him up with ^ revolver, s rhe man had on five suits, four -virs of socks, and four soft hats, s the latter being crushed into each | utiier. He also had a pair of scis | "ors and a revolver. • | Xiss Jessie Faulconer. aged 20, i who is visiting Australia from In I d:a, has ridden from "Melbourne to p .Sydney on -j. motor cycle. She is | the lirst woman to negotiate the % journey. recentlv won the. lad | ies L-vtnt in the Wildvoqjjl Ilill | euinh, ana has challenged any » tvowan in the world ou a motor 4 car to a test in speed and consis % Ictky. '4 R. West, a visitor from Laun f: tcston. Tasmania, has reported to 5 fhe police that on Saturday night...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

^DISTRICT correspondence I OAMFBELiL'S GREEK. •There exists, in the south part of the nlace known as Blanket Gully, a very for^e deposit of .pipe clay, which is of verr fine quality. Its whereabouts j- known far and wide fay all the vari 'ins dealers, and a well-worn cart ,rick bears this out. Many years l*o private enterprise transformed j£e white earth to a solid 'brick, and s0 made n a more marketable com modity but the venture did not suc ceed, "i"d hundreds of bricks were left 0n The spot as a consequence. 'No doubt the impetus being given the place bv the Terra Cotta Tile Company Ls siven the idea to some speculators that=the deposit could be turned into i money making concern, and the whole hill has been pegged out within tbc past day or so by a local repre sentative, and no doubt we will soon hear more about the clay. Several deposits of the same material are to be located, one in particular exists on' the White Hills—its name having em anated from this substance. Alter a lo...

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

Castlemaine Technical School KO. 20. FOR ART, SCIENCE AND TRADE SUBJECTS. The first term starts Monday, 2nd February, 1914. Students are advised to take out J course subjects, in preference to sin gle subjects, such as Civil Engineering Draftsman. Mechanical Engineering Draftsman. ■Land & Mine Surveying Draftsman. Architectural Draftsman. Electrical Engineering Draftsman. 'Mine, Battery and Cyanide Manag ers' Courses. Metallurgical, Chemists', and Assay er's Courses. 'Mineralogist's and Geological Cour ses. Agricultural Chemist's Course (ele mentary and advanced). Besides numerous single and group courses. Trade classes will also be formed as soon as the workshops are completed, for the following subjects—Fitting and turning, moulding, blacksmithing, carpentering, and various other manu al work in connection with the various trades of the district. Further particulars can be obtained from C. W. Steiner, the principal, or from & GEO. CHASTER, Registrar. Sandhurst and ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

'SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE, x-. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY. Monday. | Among the arrivals in the Bay lo-day I r—Otway from 1 .on.don; .Morea J from Sydney ; -Ceramic from Liverpool; I Bumuirbeei from Newcastle; Canber | ra from Sydney; Zealandia from Syd «ney; Varzin i'rom Sydney; Tasnuvuic from Goihenbcr^.

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JUVENILE SPORTS A DAY AT THE GARDENS. PLEASURABLE OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

JUVENILE SPORTS A DAY AT THE GARDENS. PI.EA 3URABLE OUTING. Yesterday's principal outing for ! •Castlemaine folk was at the gardens, I where the Citizens' Charity Club tend ed to popularise their institution by I conducti'iig juvenile sports, and by i dispensing afternoon tea, at a cost of | sixpence, and light refreshments, etc. j The ocean wave and .miniature rail way were also used to provide further i entertainment for the children. ) Unfortunately the day was altoge- j get her unpleasant, being sultry and enervating, and, in consequence, the , attendance of adults in the afternoon was not as large as might have been , expected. But the children, for whose special benefit the sports were held, were present in crowds, and entered with great zes; into the programme provided for their pleasure. There! was no lack of entrants, and the self-1 sacrificing members of the Four C's. were kept hard at work throughout the afternoon. Tiie programme included races for big boys, races for big...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

I THE ; pmrat gMmttjfa! gjSteil TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. • -t- -* Fouudation Day passed very quietly here, and the town had a very empty look about it. The weather was extremely inii^'y and enervating and most people limited up the eoolest spot in their homes and remained there. The Gardens were well patronised in the after noon and evening, particularly by die younger generation, who were specially catered for by the Four C'.s. A cricket match on the Camp Reserve and a picture entertain ment in the Royal Hall Idled up the list of attractions. Business will be resumed as usual to-day. The Christmas vacation, oi live weeks at the State Schools has expired and work will be resumed this morning. The monthly, meeting oi the Met calfe Shire Council will be held in, the Shire Hail at Metcalfe to-day. Being anxious to give his pet dog a. bath, a well-known employe of the Foundry took the animal to the lake in the Gardens yesterday ( afternoon, and after throwing it in was ...

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

IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr. (Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth, X.S.W. "We have six children and never use anything else for .the treat ment of coughs, colds and bronchial complaints. I confidently recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ro everyone, more especially to par ents, -who like myself have voung children's health to safeguard', it never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Whole sale Distributors. ' J vt -Uanv stories were told about John Brig-lit\s caustic repartees in private life. This story tlie "Brit ish Weekly" says, ' is true :—"I should like, to tome back to this world iu fifty years to see what' changes liave happened in Eng land," said a gentleman to Mr Bright, "I\Iy ^ood sir," replied Mr Bright, "if you don't mend your ways you may be glad ol any ex cuse iq come back.'' GRIPES IX HORSES. "Some 'time ago our horse was down with a bad attack of the gripes," says Miss E. J. Coles, Major'...

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BENDIGO HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

BEXD1G0 HORSE MARKET. if Messrs. Mason Bros, report :—A re presentative lot of horses yarded. In addition to a good entry of local hor ses, we liad a truck of mixed horses from Lake Clianni. Quotations :—Heavy draughts, £34 to £38; medium do., £27 to £30; light do., from £22; delivery horses, £20/10/ to £25; buggy horses, £13 to £17; ponies, £5 to £14.

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NEW LIFEBOAT. SHAPE OF TORPEDO. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

>'£»' LIFEBOAT. - 2 i SHAPE OF TORPEdo. I LONDON, A. new type of lifebolt for lias been shown at Westnriv ' Bridge. It is torpedo-shaped, and c-. sists of two steel cylinders U'> ed with, a single wire rope. ; davits arc required. ! In heavy weather passengers j completely- enclosed bv the sku^ I of a steel door. Fresh air is ■ ; 1 vided by a fan at the bov.-, with a propeller, («.nd operated ' hand power.

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

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. The following readings are supplied by Mr. Max Pincus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 2\ hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowesl Sun. Shade. Shade. Monday ll!» 82 63 BAROMETER. 'Monday . . .. -S.52 tailing. The official forecast for to-day is : — Dull; rain approaching.

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BILLIARD MATCH INTERESTING LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

BILLIARD 3IATCH IX TTT LOXDO.\, Mo,,. j. i tmtuuuub liuerest is being in the billiard match between £;: ■ I Gray (Australia) and Tom (England), which starts at the?.' - I born Hall to-day (Monday). ',i I 'It is expected to reveal | Gray can persist in his losing | with ivory balls. !

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SUNKEN SUBMARINE. NOT YET RAISED. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

I I SIWKO .si'BMAHLM. i ■ r. NOT VET RAISED. LONDON. Sv.uAa No prolix-ax has ijcoi work of salving Submarine, which sank in Whits and. Bay, :• Plymouth, over & week a.£0. vStronsr hawsers are retniired the work, a heavy swell preve-; the divers irom working on Sr. day. It is expected that the subsc will be covered with sand and

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GIRL WIDOW'S PYRE. RESCUE TOO LATE. CALCUTTA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

(ilHL WIDOW'S rai. A RESCUE TOO I*ATi; CALCUTTA, Susb. Additional evidence of persl?*. of ancient customs in India is .. forded by a case which, has jus:.. | curred. A babu tiled at Calcutta, and; widow, a girl of 1-1, prepared at; oral pyre in the corner c: her room, unknown to anybody, rated her clothing: with kerosti and ignited it. She then lay on the pyre as : mass blazed. A female relati-' heard the crackling, pulk-d the on, and quenched the dair.es, t spite the girl's protests. ; The voting widow was, how: | so severeiv burned that she died ! _

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KAISER HEADS THE LIST. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

I KAISER HEADS i'llL LIST ! BERLIN". SunCi;<:. Interest in the recent co=-;. I versy regarding- the wealth oi . i in-er Germans is revived £y £j£f-: I which now have Ixvr, zuado j able. Germany's unoilicial .statist'-1"* estimates that the Kaiser is £ richest matt in the Fatherlacc. -•) wealth bein^ vvA v 1 -£19,700,0(H). ' _ | The Puke oi MreklenHirs; :» •"£ i to be worth £17,T."0.(H.H\ id T • wealth of Fran Krupp, haco1 V. famous Krupp steel works. '5 e"" mated at £16,000,000. , A., Between them, it is siatec. would contribute £2,000,0^ to proposed war tax.

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BRIBERY ALLEGED. GREAT POLITICAL ISSUE. BERLIN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 27 January 1914

HK1BERY ALI.HUEl). GREAT POLITICAL ISSl'E. BERLIN. Susu Allegations are nude iu Be: that tlie cases iu which. naval officers arc alleged to -• received bribes iroiu Genuaii meat firms, has become a , issue of the first mux-iuiucc - Japan, and threatens to shake Ministry. The yellow press is -naUr.^ vsss personal attacks on Baron U" amoto, the Premier, and Ba" vSaito, the Minister tor Marine, ''-: have repudiated the assertions, £' i promised the fullest inquiry. There is, however, ^ widest ! belief in the exis;e::eo o;~-' dirtv linen.

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

' Crr ■ - •" ^ Ilil"l"li" M FRESH LINES OF ATTRACTION TO BE HAD AT Hayes and Harris' Further Reductions for This Week ELECTRO PLATE!) BRUSHES AND DRESS BASKETS STILL (IIVEX AWAY FOR EVERY S 1 AXI) OVER OF GOODS PURCHASED. 5 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. White muslin dresses, a few only left, our price to-day 2/11; sold at 7/6. , Blouses in canvbric, 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, 0/6; sold at 10/6 and upwards. Children's mushroom hats, trimmed, a good school hat, our price to-day, 9d. Balance of trimmed millinerv, smart and fresh, to go at half prices. CROWDS OF OTHER BARGAINS TO BE OBTAINED IX ALL DEPART- | 5II2NTS. O/rss-el. J THE HOUSE FOR QUALITY VXD SOLID VALUE. ! ' Phone 100. The Fruit Season IS XOW W1TII US, AXI) BOTTLING WILL BE IX FULL SWING FOR THE XEXT FEW WEEKS. DO YO...

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

HARCOURT TEAMS ul! W t'dnesdav >aiglit, i'sv0 loca teams (writes our Harcourt eorres Wadeut) will fire their first match u competition. promoted hy the Cas t'-Hiaine ItitkClub, when a team iror A.N'.A, Manchester Uuitj Harcourt I.O.R. No. 1 team o« SRSs Che'.vton. Thg members of No. 1 team are S;os. j. Gartside. a. B. Eagle, W. i fy. W. Uversha, E. H. Ely, \V. i James. ~ iv'ticua, a->. •*»*« — -• ' r - —> 'Ji "Wilkinson, H. Fellas, J. i g and a. Warren. Emergence L'os. W. P, Ely and L. D. Joues. No. 2 team :—Bros. M. McLean, R. iHallett, Jas. H. Ely, H. Leverslia, Win. (Leversha, V. G. Ely, L. H. Smith, Geo. .McDonald, Jas. G. Gartside and "W. B. Gartside. Emergencies : A. Grant and A. C. L. McKindley. No. 2 team fire their first match against Castle maim e A.N.A. on February 2nd. . Much interest is being manifested in the competition locally, and, in spite 1 of the rush consequent on the fruit ( export being in full swing, no difficulty j is anticipated in keeping the team...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914

Canned in is prftef is what we can almost claim for our Jams by reason of the close loca tion o? our packing plant to the orch ard itself. This explains the delightful and delicious Fresh Fruit Flavor of Slw If jroo Eke good, wholesome jam— made from the richest of ripe Bnndigo Valley and Mountain Home fruit, picked just when at its fulness of flavor and guaranteed prepared under the most hygienic conditions- -Leggo's "Progress" Jam will be the brand you'll insist on. flrtir U ttis wsik. OMiinahla frem Host staraitajpsr; H. M. Legrgo & Co. Hunfubuin, B»ndiso Eit. 1SS1 ''Little Dearer— Vastly Superior." It's Ship Brand, Mother!*' The children are delighted when the grocer bringt the familiar packet of Ship Brand Corn Flour. They know, and Mother knows too, that SHIP BRAN CORN FLOUR makes the finest Blancmanges, the best Custard Pudding?, and many other delightful dishes that are served with stewed fruit, and are so palatable during the hot Summer months. So easy to make any o...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914

COOKERY, Cream of Cheese Soup.—Put one quart and a half of milk into a sauce pan., add a Quarter of a pound of jjrated cheese, salt and p»pp«r to taste. Rubt together one heaping tarhlespoon ful of flour; add it to the cheese mix ture; stir till smooth and thick. Boat the yolks of three eggs with a little of the soup mixture, then add the rest of the soup. Egg and Ham Titbits.—Line twelve pattv-pans with puff-paste or short crust; fill these with the following pre paration : Chop finely six ounces of cooked ham and four hard-boiled eggs. Mix with three yolks of eggs. two tablespoonfuls of cream, and season with salt, celery, salt, pepper, and grated nutmeg. Fill up the pans and bake in a moderately hot oven. Serve with white or tomato souce. Baked Cabbage.—Boil the cabbage till tender in two boiling salted waters; drain well and set aside until cold, then chop very finely. Mix to gether two well-beaten eggs, two heap, ing tablespoon!ills of melted butter, ) ' three tablespoanfuls of...

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ART TREASURES TO BE SOLD. NEW YORK, Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914

. ! AIM TREASURES TO BE SOLD. ; —+ , XEW YORK. Tnosdiv i 'It is probable that the most impor tant objects in the art collection of tlic late Mr J. Pierpont Morgan, the Am erican millionaire, who died in March, 1512, will be sold in 1915. An exhi bition of the collection will "be held in New York for a year beforehand.

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