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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
-1V-*. &lt;}■+ . • ^ A«5A£^r.5>:-iSt!&lt;(» ~,i& i*JJ V ££ k » A JgQA^rcOT EX5ST where the stomach is entirely relieved of its work of diges- ^||s> tion. When the stomach has |||| nothing to do but rest, it gets g|?* well and strong in a natural way. The perfect dyspepsia cure, therefore, is one that will digest £fes food and permit Nature to restore the stomach. $ DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES do just this thing. No matter how much you eat or what the condition of your stomach is, your food fs properly and perfectly digested and your stomach regains its strength and gets sound and well. ® SOLDEVERYWHEHE 2/6 PER TIN. .'f MGRRHA6I: Of Til ' E frapp iimu £ acugaaa my i&s&G? would blosd." Another Ballarat cm?o sy Dr. Sheldon's Haw DifiPOva*jr "I suffered with hemorrhage of the Lungs for years," writes Mrs. E. M. Blythen, 12 Lowe Street, Ballarat E. Vic. "I was so bad that I really thought that I would never get over it. Every time I would...
HOME RULE. "SITUATION DESPERATE." LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 28 January 1914
HOME RULi:. "SITUATION DESPERATE." •LONDON, Tuesday. I Commenting upon the speech deliv ered by Mr John Redmond, lie Nati onalist leader, at Waterford. on Sat urday night, the Irish correspondent oi "The Times" says that if what M"_ ■Redmond said represents the views et the Government, the situation is not merely dangerous, but desperate. "The House of Commons." he add? "•will be confronted a fortnight itenc; with a natio-nal crisis of which the gravity cannot bo exaggerated."
PANAMA TOLLS. PRESIDENT SUPPORTED. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
rANiSri tol£& I -BRES&EN^r SUPPORTED. WASHINGTON, Wed nes dav. ^VS'ummbii^d'&KfProsidqntr^Wilsopjitoa Special .confidential conference-, of -the Foreign Relations Committea of Con gress was held yesterday. " 1'he most important result "of .the conference was the confirmation'.of the President's intentibir to support^-' the Adamsotr : resolution coiiceraing the Panama .Canal -: V • Prospeei3r-pf &lt; &•'VfcfcOfj; -~&rr Ujl>- 9rit islv case. ue\4?'JbWgliteT'.' ; > - Poiice state that complaints* have been made about young girls visit- j in? Chinese houses, and yesterday j Plainelothes-constable Hic^ling ar-j rested in Exhibition street Mavj Turnbull, IS, housemaid, on the' charge of having- insufficient means, of support. • She will be brought; before the City Court to-day.
HARBOR TRUST BDYCOTTED MEN CEASE WORK. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
HARBOR TRUST BDYGOTTED A ^ MEN CEASE WORK, MELBOURNE, Wednesday. Ill accordance with the instruc , tions issued by. a, meeting of dele gates from :tlw Amalgamated. rEn gineers' Society, the 'federated. Boilermakers' Society, wthe Sliip wrights:'f. Union,, and the "Ironwork ers' Assistants' Association^ nine men . who had f^teen. employed, on work for the iTax^>or Trust .did. not turn up to work 'tliis morning; The men affected were three boiler makers, three boilermakers' assist ants, a litter, a patternmaker, and a blacksmith. .They, had all. been employed by Messrs Forman and Company, engineers, who hold con tracts for repairing work for the HaHbor Trust, and were engaged on .boats upon \yhich repairs were bein^ effected. Some of the men were placed at other work, but the remaffici.er-'have ceased altogether. - Sd: for rhV direct employesi'of^e TriiH have tak&lt;ra-p^rt- '-in'.th&Vdis fcute^raiKr. Mr &lt;3.- F. HoldeS," Chair man of: Commissioners, state...
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD ANNUAL REPORT. CASTLEMAINE DISTRICT HOTELS. DETAILS GIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD ANNUAL report. CASTIvEMAINE district HOTELS. DETAILS GIVEN. The annual report of tie Licenses Reduction Board is a. very interest ing; production, consisting; of 100 >pages in booklet form and teeming , with, information. It covers all the i work done by the Board.last year, i including- the work done in this dis trict. .. On 31st December, 1906* when the Board came into existence the state of affairs in this district was: Castlemaine—Statutory number, 12; existing^ number, -if; excess, 3T. Fryers—Statutory number, 6; exist ing number, IS; excess, 12. Maldon —Statutory number, 10; existing number, 23; excess, 13. Taradale— Statutory number, 7; existing num ber, .17; • excess, 10. Newstead— j Statutory number, 7; existing num |ber, 10; excess, 3. Total—Statu I tory number, 42; existing number, 1117; excess, 75. Since that period, and up to 31st [ December last, the Board has clos .ed 27 hotels in Castlemaine, 11 in Fryers, 13 in Maldon, 4 in Newstead and 9...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
. , . SKIN DISEASES. J-Qcluding eczema, pimples, rashes, bolls, chilblains, ringworm, shingles, ulcers, old eores have their remedy in Herons, the rapid healer. Sold in Wangular pote at 1/6 and 3/. Obtain able at G. Clark and 8on, "Wholesale Distributers.
METCALFE SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
METCALFE SHIRE COUNCIL TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. Present :—Crs. Michell ('President), Maltby, Fletcher, Owons, Pritcliard, McNlff, Donovan, McKnight, Adams, and Mateon. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were received as., follows : From Shiro of Mount Alexander, drawing attention to the state of the road botweon the shire boundary and Taradale, and asking if the council intended repairing it, as it was inten ded to repair the Mount Alexander portion, but it would be useless doing* so under the present conditions.—Cr. Maltby moved thai the Engineer in spect the road and report as next meeting.—Carried. From Hon. iSec. Major Mitchell me-; morial fund, asking for donation to-' wards funds for erecting a suitable cairn and memorial in memory of Ma jor Mitchell.—Cr. 'Micliell moved that the matter be left over till next meet ing, in order that fuller information might be obtained regarding the mat ter.—Carried. From Secretary Castlemaine Bene volent Asylum, Royal Victorian Insti tute for the Blind, and...
COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
coxmebgial. BEN'DiIGrO STO'CK MARKET." (Cattle.—A."reduced penning of cattle came forward, the total yarded being 508 head, representing 17 trucks, with a fair proportion by road. The sup ply -was the worst representation of I quality that has been yarded for some time past, the bulk consisting of medi um and nondescript sorts, cows being in large percentage, with only an odd pen or so of prime "bullocks distribut ed through the market. Quotations : —'Prime bullocks, £8/15/ to £9/10/; odd heavy beasts, to - £11/12/6; good useful bullocks, £7/10/ to £8/10/; medium sorts, £6 to £7; prime cows, £7 to £7/15/; good useful do, £5/10/ to £6/10/; medium -descriptions, £3 to £.5. ..... — . ....... Sheep The proportion of sheep was about thirty trucks, which, with the addition erf a: good percentage of road lots, made the total yarded for sale up to 5820. The bulk of the supply consisted of middling sorts—in fact the market was glutted with them— crossbreds predominating. Quotati ons ;—■'Prim...
SEXES IN THE SURF CLERGYMEN SEE NO WRONG. MOCK MODESTY A DANGER. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
SEXES IN THE SURF CLERGYMEN SEE NO WRONG. MOCK MODESTY A DANGER. SYDNEY. "Wednesday. For the first time on record a cler gyman lias been interviewed in the surf. The event took place in the breakers at Thirroul, where the Rev. 0. H. Purnell, grand chaplain of the Loyal Orange -JiOdge, who is also a Congregational 'Minister at Paramatta, was bathing. "My, this is health! AVhat do you think of it?" said the cleric, as he emerged from a breaker. "What do I think of surfing?" in terrogated ;Mr Purnell. ""Wily, Ithink it's grand. I know nothing to equal it. My only regret is that Paramatta is so far away from the surf. I cer tainly would not mind any of my con gregation indulging in surfing. I would bo happy to go in with ;them,rThere is my daughter over fll&t^.;S •"«!• would not knowingly take her anywhere in danger. "No, I do -not think there is the slightest harm in both sexes mixing in the surf," continued Mr Purnell. "Ra ther I think this freedom would tend to prevent immora...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER THAT DOES MAiRiVflSLS. -* 1— During the last lew years announce ments appeared occasionally telling how to make a really good hair tonic that would actually make the hair grow, and it 'gives us great pleasure to learn that so many who have tried it have obtained such remarkable re sults. One lady writes that immedi ately after reading the formula, she went to her chemist and had him put up as directed, 1 ounce of Lavona de Composee, 4 dram Menthol Crystals, and 3 ounces Bay Rum. She took this home, and, although. her hair had been falling out terribly and she was threatened with baldness, she was as tonished and delighted to note that the falling out of the hair stopped im mediately, and the hair itself began to grow in an amazing manner. in fact, she -states that it has already crown nearLv 8 inches in a little over two months. 'Moreover, her hair is now brighter, glossier and more lux uriant than ever and is still growing. She rubbed the tonic into the root...
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE —f— iMA'DDON. The local Methodist Church has de cided to hold a sale of gifts in the second week of May. The local water supply is indeed be coming very serious. Both reservoirs have only about two feet of water in them, and residents in the higher por tions of the town find it difficult to obtain any water at all, aind if rain does not fall shortly, it will mean that Oswald's mine will have to temporarily suspend operations. A large amount of silt has accumulated in each reser voir, which are not anywhere large enough to supply the wants of resi dents. The water supply of Maldon lias occupied the attention of residents and the Shire Council for very many years,, but'still they are as badly off ■as-.-ev.er. ■ - What-is wanted is a-much larger main or more holding capacity locally. 'Whilst shooti'ug with a double-bar rel breech-loading gun a boy named 'Leonard G-rigg, 15 years of age, had his left thumb blown off, and the forefin ger shattered, through a barre...
METHODISE V. ANGLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 29 January 1914
METHODISE V. ANGLICAN. Anglican had first use of the ticket, but could do very little with the bowl ing of Barnes 'and A. Jewell, the score being 46 when the last wicket fell, KirkpatriCk 16 being the only double figure scorer. Methodist had, lost 6_ wickets for 136 when play ceased. W. ifieeman again demonstrated his bat ■unsc itfAuY with a wesll played 56, and j W Baker, with 21 to his -credit played srood cricket. *" The scores are :— ANGLICANS. First Innings. 'Slielton, h Barnes 2 Xeivliain, c K Freeman, b A. Jewell 0 Kirkpatrick, a A. Jewell .. ..16 Dean, c L. Freeman, b Barnes .. S I 'Hodson, b Barnes 2 i Stoneman, b A. Jewell 0 I O'Sullivan, rim out 3 £ Xoske, b Barnes 4 I • Pritchard, c L. Freeman, b A. Jewell 0 I Garden, 'not out 2 f McKnight. absent 0 Sundries 9 Total , .. .. 46 Bowling jBarnes, 4 for 19; A. Jewell, 4 for 18. METHODIST. First Innings. \V. Freeman, b Xewham .. .. 56 h. Stevenson, c Kirkpatrick, 'b New ham 13 W. Baker, c Newham, b Hodson 21 A. D. Freeman, c ...