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CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
ita———a—— GASTLEMAINE GOSSIP ■- >r M BY "ZEKLE." "Zekle crep' up quite unbeknown, An' peeked in thru' the winder."— Lowell. HAPPY VALLEY LAKE. A ST-MMER NIGHT IN 1916. Darling, these summer nights, wliat joy to take fYlour arm, and stroll to Happy v al ley lake, And there, reclining by the water's brink,' Together, watch the starlit wave lets break ; Your comfy lap a cushion i'01* wy ease. The air a-rustle with a lake-borne breeze, The while, the splendor of the ris ing nioon Flames, like a distant bush-tire through the trees. I gazejnto your eyes-with love; a shine, And press your palpitating heart to mine, i rlighting m>- troth with kisses 011 J your brow, And drinking from your lips love's nectar wine. Still is the night, save for the.note Of siren call, or some late-homing boat, That plashes 011 the lake with feat hered stroke, Or night-"birds, that upon it's bosom iloat. ' Enchantment Jills the scene, the moon is high, Reminding us it's time to say good bye f Kalimna's la...
RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. The following will represent the M.U.I.O.O.P., against Harcourt A.N.A., io-iiiglu ■'—J. Cowan, D. Crawford, A. Duncan, I. Gibson, A. Lang, J. Roaclie, H. Ross, J. Ross, W. Stone, D. Stinton, J. Wilson, J. Williamson.
SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. The fixtures for this after noon arc :—Castlemaine v. Maldon, on the Camp Reserve; Methodists v. Anglican, on the Western Reserve, play starts at 2.30 sharp. Oleihodist :—Baker, 'Baldwin, Bar nes, Freeman (3), Jewell (2). Spowart, Smith and Stevenson. Odgers. twelfth man. Players are requested to be o" the ground at 2.15 p.m. sharp. Anglican :—.Hodson, Shelton, New liani, McKnight, McLean, Kirkpatrick, N'oaks, Stoneiuau, B. Xorris, Dean, 'o'Sulliva-n, Blake. " Play comipeuees ai 2,o0 sharp. ""■C.^.C.C. '■—Banfield, Burns, C'old rey. Ho«se (-1, ^oli^son, Williams, Bass eft. Siberian d, Sweeney, Sliut tlevonh, and &lt;Ro"bmson.
IRON QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
IK OS QUOITS. A very successful and most enjoy able quoit match was played 0:1 Mon day (A.X.A. day) at the Railway Hotel ends. Play started at 11 o'clock, and tie interest was kept going until the final was played at 7 o'clock. Some close and exciting games were witnes sed during the day, and so well did Mr D. Todd handicap the players that no one could pick the winner. After every round a certainty was picked out. but he let his supporters down •-viih a thud. Charlie McElhinney, who is considered one of the best players in the district, met his match in the second 'round after defeating E. Hill, to whom he was conceding IS points. McElliinney's conqueror was C. Cardwell, who is a very promising junior. R. Scoles and Charlie Rob ertson provided one of the best games for the day. Scoles, who was on the scratch mark, was giving his opponent six points, these he picked up on rea ching the "0 mark, but Robinson came again and won by three points. Rob inson was playing very consistently ...
INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA V. Os'EW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY Tuesday. A heavy dust storm, accompanied by a few drops of rain, delayed the re sumption of the Sheffield Shield match, on the Sydney Cricket Ground to-day. When the players took tho field the sky was overcast. Kelleway and Classic bowled an over each ar 12.35, but the dust storm and rain again prevented play. The scor ing board could not be seen from the ■members' stand. At 12.45 the dust disappeared, the air became cooler, and a start was made. The attend ance was small. The Victorians, with 341 runs to make to avert an innings defeat, con tinued their second innings. At the drawing of stumps last night they had two runs to their credit, Ryder having two and Carkeek none. .Carkeek was caught when he had scored 8, and Ryder put on 30 before being caught and bowled by Kelleway. Park had reached 47 when he was caught 'by Mailey, off 'Massie, whilst Baring's to tal was 71, when he was caught and bowled by Massie. At the close of...
ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
ITEMS OF NEWS. j « iT, — ft Mr Cook, the Prime [Minister, •slated yesterday that a meeting of the Federal Cabinet was to 'be held to-morrow, and that he expected ■afterwards to be able to announce ■ the date for the next session, of Parliament. jMr H. 1'. Appel, who recently re turned from a trip to the old coun try, has,decided to leave Castle maine. He has purchased the in eoinjv of the Criterion .Hotel at iiushworth, the leading, jcoiumercial house in that district, and leaves here on the 20th of next month. He has just concluded the sale of his house in Berkeley street to Itt j spector Davey. The departure of I Mr and -Mrs Appel will be generally regretted, and they will have tile rood wishes of the eoimnunitv' with them in their Rnshworth business. Constable Savage, of the local police force, is at present on re lieving duty at Malmsbury, and is likely to remain there for another week. Miss J. A. . Hollow ay, music | teacher, has been connected with j the Methodist Church choir...
THE Mount Alexander Mail WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
THE pmrat gtaufe psii WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2S, 1914. [ The comparative failure of tlie har vest in the •Xews?!~V district once more , demonstrates the wisdom of scientific ' farming, but farmers are loth to depart from the old trust-to-Providenee meth ods. According 10 our Xcwstead cor respondent, good laud that had been under crop continuously for a number of years yielded only half of what in ferior land lately brought into culti vation returned. The lesson is patent, to all who take the trouble to think. The continuous planting of one cereal will rob the richest of land of those constituents essential to the success of that particular cereal, but by judici ously varying the crop at intervals the land retains all its original properties. From the pounds shillings and pence view, the most important view in this materialistic age. o':-- would think sci- ■ entifie fanning would be the rule and not the exception in Victoria. The introduction of lCnglish and American | farmers, who have ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
AMUSEMENTS, ETC. AND EVERT MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AM) SATURDAY. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. GIRL TO BE GIVEN AWAY (2500ft). ORPHEUS ORCHESTRA. Dress Circle, 1/ ; Body of ELall, 6d. Children under 12," half-price. BOTANICAL GARDENS, TO-MGHT. TO-SIGHTr CONCERT BY BOROUGH BAND. - Commence at 8. Castlemaine Technical School NO. 20. FOR ART, SC1EXCE AXD TRADE SUBJECTS. The first term starts 3roiid»y. 2u&lt;l February, 191i. iSiudents are advised to take out 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. j 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 com...
IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
IMPORTANT TO EVERY "WOMAN. MRS, M". P. STEWART, of che Head quarters Staff of "The Ladies' College of Health," 46 Elizabeth street, Mel bourne, will visit Castlemaine on Wednesday, 4tli, and Wednesday, 1 ltli February, and may be consult ed at tlie- Cumberland Hotel from 10.30 a-m. till 6 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, sTiould seek the skilful advice of Mrs Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Castlemaine authorised to supply Dr. D. M. 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, -16 Elizabeth street, Melbourne, for a free copy of. "Woman's Guide co Health." a hook which every woman should possess.
MISCELLANEOUS PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
MISCELLANEOUS PAKS. That she fought like a wild beast was said in evidence against Leila Lynch, 23, who at Carlton Court yesterday was sentenced to three months' imprisonment" tpr having assaulted Constable Hore, and to fourteen days' imprisonment for having; been drunk. Constable Ilore stated that at about 2 a.m. on Sunday he arrested Lynch in Nicholson street for drunkenness. On the war to the watchhouse she kicked and bit him, and" his ' left wrist and thumb were much lacerat ed. She also struck him in the face. ::,v' District landowners "have deposit ed suilicient money in the Treasury to meet the requirements of a rail way trust, and preparations for the construction a£ $lse Swan v Hill to riamr-il line will soon be put in hand. This line will "be 28 miles in length, and will run through the Nyah irrigation settlement and wheat areas. The estimated cost, including rolling stock, is £95,773. Two hundred- and fifty men may be employed on the work. Satisfaction was expressed by th...
KING EDWARD VII. STATUE IN PARIS. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
KING EDWARD VII. STATUE IX PARIS. PARIS. Tuesdar. An equestrian staiue oi the la;# King Edward VII.. was unveiled iu the Rue Edouard yesterday. The statue, which was executed by ■Landowski, is in bronze, and shows the late King in the uniform as a Field-Marshall ot' the British Army. It is significant or' the aff&lt;?ct.!onar.-} memory in which King- Edward is he'd by Parisians that the :op-h?.;??d throng ot the English colony was out numbered at the ceremony by French people ot" all classes.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
FRESII LINES OF ATTRAC TIO-N* TO BE HAT) AT Hayes and Harris' Further Reductions lor This Week - ELECTRO PLATED BRUSHES ANTD DRESS BASKETS STILL GIVEN AWAY FOR EYERY £ 1 ANI) OVER OF GOODS PURCHASED. Onc-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 cam'bric, crepe and pique, light and dark colors, our price to-day, 1/9, 2/11, 3/G. 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 0f trimmed millinery, smart and Tresh, to iS'o at. half prices. CROWDS OF OTHER BARGAINS TO BE OBTAINED IX ALL DEPART jEESTS. 3SS[!Ea;3?a»3Ls THE HOUSE FOR QUALITY AXD SOLID YALUE. Phone 10(5. The Fruit Season IS SOW WITH us, AM) BOTTLING WILL BE IX FULL SWING FOR THE 3EXT FEW WEEKS. DO YOUR JARS WANT RENEW!XG, OR EXT...
WOMAN'S TERRIBLE CONFESSION BURNS DOWN SALVATION ARMY HOME. THREE LIVES LOST. BRISBANE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
WOMAN'S TERRIBLE c°NfES8l(| BURXS DOWX SALVATIOv « HO.ME. I frtr*c ■ m PHUEE LIVES LOST BRISBAXE, Tuesfia Confessing thai she had sot nr/.' T ^ two-story wooden building -;n lie Crescent. Tarings, used by the^HI vation Army as a shelter and trial home, thus causing three to be fatally injured, Jane Martial 32, a married woman and as j gave herself up to the police aVit-'fe;- - wong to-day. ' •••?• The woman 'hiformed tfo that three times previously s^e tried to set fire to the building. " The victims were :—Connie Denj;. a young woman, who was burned C • I vend recognition. Mrs. Chris-''.'". Manzel. 30, who was killed throw? -i-'-' v jumping from t.hc balcony, when«vV.'" -was being assisted to escape bv ! Army officer. Mrs. Halburu. who'd^i.^ j from the effects of injuries received""' 1 The following inmates were injure. J —Grace Lord, 21, shock and slight*:-.I'-."-"® jury to spine; Captain Millie : 23. fracture of the right arm; JesvU' Kirkland, 32. bruised riglu root; Satv- . VThi...