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WATERSIDE CRISIS NEW LOG PRESENTED. CONFERENCE ADJOURNS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

_ ^ p NEW .LOG PRESENTED. CONFERENCE ADJOURNS. 'V .MELBOURNE, Thursday. ? Representatives of the Waters^ i Workers' Federation nave withdraw! the log of wages presented to the effi ployers of wharf labor, and have su-0" "' mitted a fresh one. The second coa" • ; fere.ice, held at the rooms ot the Com j mon wealth Steamship Owners' Fedep" tion. this morning, was, therefore,^" \'.! journed to allow the employers *• consider the new proposals. ' " ■ Mr E. Xorthcote, chairman o[ •<- ... Commonwealth Steamship Otvaep ■ Federation, presided at the confe\ once, and there were also present*;!. Messrs. J. Turnbull. P. AY. Bull/n : Jhinter. H. Mellwraith, C. .M. Xe,! man, H. K. Reid. Val Johnson, ay H. M. Adams (representing the Fed*-! 'ationh Mr H. F. Story (New j Wales oversea companies), 31 r C. ^ j McDonald (New South Wales coastal I companies), Messrs Dowdeli. Pius;.: liner, Swanton. Bright. Collins, Under, i wood, Brodie, Sollas, Loth, Pfj* jiiele. Leach, and Fosbery (Victori...

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IMPOSITION PUNISHED SENTENCES SUSPENDED. SAID HE WAS AN OFFICER. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

IMPOSITION PUNISHED • 1 SENTENCES SUSPENDED. SAID HE WAS AN OFFICER. MELBOURNE, Thursday. At the Prahran Court, to-day. before Mr E. Notely .Moore, P.M., and justices. Frederick Samuel Spillman, a young ( man, was charged with having endea vored, on November 27, to impose on i Patrick Joseph O'Keefe by a false j written declaration. j A second charge was laid of having, j on January 24. at Windsor, stolen a j leather belt aud pouch, the property i of Cecil Howe, a military cadet. j Spillmau was convicted 011 both ! charges. On the charge of imposition he was sentenced to six months' imprison ment, the sentence to be suspended ; on his entering into a bond of £10 to be of good behavior for twelve months. On the charge of theft he wa3 sentenc ed to one month's imprisonment, the sentence to be suspended on. his enter ing into a similar boud. Mr Moore stipulated that Spellman must hoc take any intoxicatiug drink, and must report himself to the nearest police station once every fortnight...

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BARRISTER ARRESTED JULIUS FRITZ LEYPOLDT. DEFALCATION ALLEGED. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

BARRISTER ARRESTED ' JULIUS FRITZ LEYPOLDT. D EFA LCAT10 X ALLE GE D. }. 1ELBOU RXE. Tiin rsday. Julius Fritx beypoldt. formerly a barrister and solicitor at Bendigo, was arrested to-day in Sydney. He will be brought back to Bendigo to answer the charge of larceny as a bailee of i-,100, the moneys of George Cooper, licensed victualler, ot' Bendigo, on or about September 10, 1912. Leypoldt was a particularly well known lawyer in the Bendigo district, and enjoyed a wide popularity. His disappearance over a year ago caused great surprise. It was thought t'ua: he had gone 'to America. Information was telegraphed from Sydney to Su perintendent L. Gleeson, Chief of the Cnnminal Investigation Department, that the arrest, had been effected a: Edward3 Beach by Detective Currie, ot' Bendigo, and the Sydney police.

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COAL FORTERS WORKING. LONDON, Thusday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

00] COAL FORTIUS >V0KK1M;. 'g* v U13 LOXDOX. Thu**:., Work lias been resumed by j porters, who went on strike lasv*^ j The men have gone back to *l'VJ:S believing that their demands submitted by their employers to ar" 3 tration, — r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK. EIGHT MONTHS' FEARFUL LEG ULCERS. LIMB SAVED BY ZAM BUK. As the outcome of a simple acci-1 den:—a knock on the leg—Mr W. E. Brown, of Durham street, Auckland, X.Z., was crippled with flesh-eating ulcers for eight months. Telling how the limb was made quite strong and sound by Zam-Buk's healing, Mr Brown says :—"Through knocking my leg against, the corner of a box, I one day burst a varicose vein. A stream of blood gushed out, and it was some time before I could stop the outflow. Soon afterwards the wound became angry-looking and ulcerous, and caused great pain. "i Wv4- -av and rested" tiie lim'b, but i ■f.a'i wo wse, for the bad place got *\orse and worse, and terribly infla mel Then the'treatment of a medi ca' tan was tried, but it failed to Driiis any improvement. For eight mon lis I was in fearful torment. The ^ i*l -nmation spread, the ulcers got ^aceper and bigger, and the leg was J swollen enormously. g "I had often heard of Zam-Buk so j|;ai last I decid...

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TASMANIAN POSTAL SERVICE FIVE MAILS WEEKLY. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

7ASMANIAN POSTAL SERVICE ♦ MVE MAILS WEEKLY. MELBOURNE, Thursday. A five days a week mail service wiit bo maintained between Victoria and Tasmania when the new steamer of the Loongana type, which Messrs Hud dart, Parker and Company have now ordered from Messrs. "William Denny and Brother, of'Dumbarton, is put into i commission The uew vessel is to be at least equal to the Loougana, and is to be capable of maintaining a speed of 17 knots an hour. Under the new time-table there wiii be mails from Victoria to Launceston on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday-:, and from Victoria to Tturnie on Tues days and Thursdays. The terms of the contract with the Commonwealth Postal Department provide that the new service is to star! as early a-s possible next year, and that the pres ent subsidy of £K>,<iOO a year is to be increased t0 £15,0u0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

important to every woman. MRS. M\ I\ STEWART, of the Head ^ quarters Staff of "The Ladies' College I of Health,'' 4»3 Elizabeth street, Mel bourne, will visit Castlema-ine oil Wednesday, -Itli, and Wednesday, p 11th February, and may he consult M ed at the Cumberland Hotel from || 10.30 a.E. till (5 p.m. M . Every woman who is a victim of ill-healrh. or who is threatened with || a critical opc-raiion, and every -woman l| is disappointed in her desire to H Sll the noble mission of motherhood, p. should seek the skilful advice of Mrs P Stewart, who is the only lady visiting || Castlemaine authorised to supply Dr. % D M Coonley's celebrated Orange Lily Ho-uj Treatment. ^ Tnose who cannot call persoually 4 we mritod to send 2d. for postage to -t 5, Ladies' College of Health, 46 " Hlzabeth street, Melbourne, for a free t cop of "Woman's Guide to Health," a book which every woman should Assess. pin Fraucis Pheiaii, wharl lal> . oi Clarke street, South. Mel Wnie, was assaulted and robbe...

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PICNICKERS FLY FROM FLEAS PLAGUE ON AN ISLAND. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

PICNICKERS FLY FROM FLEAS plague ox ax jslaxd. sydxey, Thursday. There is a plague of fleas on Sehnap per Island, Balmain, a little, unin habited, rocky speck near tlie mouth of the Parramatia River, which, with i Cockatoo and Spectacle Islands, was I recetitly handed over to the Common j wealth. [ As usual, there was a fairly largo number ol picnickers on tho island on Sunday, and the men, women and children had been there only about 10 minutes when the little biting insects began to make themselves loll. The little biters were to be seen hopping about in thousands. Rather than stand •the plague of fleas a'bout a doze.; boat loads of picnickers went back into their craft, and rowed up the Parra i matta River.

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CHAPTER VIII. "FOREIGNERS ARE FOOLS" [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

CHAPTER VIII. '•FOREIGNERS ARE FOOLS" , Frances Durkin, as she 11™ , ■ n.o tne aarkness of the toot, aiely schooled herself to caS^K Sue warned herself that, above a" ^ - |nusc remain clear-headed and ted, and act. coolly and decisive^-*]!? the momenc for action arrived"' :' 'But as the seconds slipped'bv u.e silence remained unbroU, ' S °J "r'orn hope cam a back' ;Kr- , Ec]ch moment meant more •" >, sured safety to her husband-h* 7°* 'east, u-a3 getting away .UnscaThed'V-^ unsuspected. And that left he*" ' satis/led. She still waited and listened p haps, after all, the Prince had 'his departure. Perhaps he hid 'back to the portier's office for rvi p"?? w PerhaPS it had not ov-m w Pooloff—merely a drunken g-'-J' mistaken in his room number oVVc: ants with a message or with 'n^' Sue groped softly across the until sne came to rhe door. She draped and covered with a blanket. Holding this back eh. u';ld<\r ?ud.'Peered through •i-l " !n!:o trie '^umina'ed 1 here seemed to b...

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MEAT STEAMERS ORDERED. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

3IEAT STEAMERS ORDERED. „ , i • 'LONDON, Thursday. contracts for seven large meat car riers have !been placed with Clyde1 shipbuilders in order to expand the accommodation 011 the River Plate to' New York, and Sydney to San Fran cisco routes.

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THISTLES TROUBLE IN METCALFE SHIRE. NO INSPECTOR APPOINTED. SECRETARY STATES HIS VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

THISTLES —i TROUBLE IX .METCALFE SHIRE. XO -INSPECTOR APPOINTED.' SECRETARY 'STATES HIS VIEWS. At Tuesday's -meeting of the -Met calfe Shiro Council, a well-known, hardy perennial, to wit, the thistle question, burst into full bloom in quite a dramatic manner, and, for a time, appeared to flourish, but withered dismally away, when it was found that nothing could be done with the thistles at present, because no record could be found of the council ever having appointed a Thistle Inspector. For many years past this question has periodically been brought for ward by Cr. MeKnight, who endeavor ed to convince councillors that some thing should be done. The secretary always assured him the necessary no tices giving fourteen days to got rid of the nuisance had 'been .served, and there the matter rested again for ■twelve months. However, since the election of Cr. Donovan to a seat at I the table he has shown himself to be an even greater enemy of the thistle than Cr. MeKnight, and early in ...

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PRESIDENT IN FLIGHT. NEW YORK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

PRESIDENT IX FLIGHT. NEW YORK. Thursday. President Oresti, of Hayti, has taken refuge 011 a German cruiser. The revo lution has extended over the whole country, and fighting has taken place in the capital between the Government troops and rebels.

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TWELVE BEST ROSES CASTLEMAINE GROWER'S OPINION OF PLEBESCITE. "OF VERY LITTLE PRACTICAL VALUE." [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

TWELVE BEST ROSES 1 . -OA'S TI j li .\1AI NIC GROWER'S Ol'INION OF PLEBESCITE. "OF VERY IjLTTLE 'PRACTICAL VA'LTJE." "What are the twelve best roses, grown with the least attention and trouble, is the subject of a plebiscite •that is being taken among the reader.? of "The Argus." The voting commenced some time back, and concludes to-day. It has awakened considerable interest, and very many rose-lovers have forwarded their selections. Speaking on the subject yesterday with a prominent rose-grower, our re presentative asked his opinion as to the value of such a plebiscite. The grower was sure that although interesting, the pelbiscite was of very little practical value. In the first place, he said, the very foundation of the present vote was wrong. All roses required great care and attention. Then again, a defect ho noticed was thai, in a great many cases, those ma king selections of the twelve best had included some that were q-uite new, and unknown to many rose cultivators. Thus it w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

Thomas M'Dono.ugh -was charged ■at North. Melbourne Coiirt _vestet •day with iraving incited a prisoner to resist arrest, and fined 4.0/, in •default seven days' imprisonment. Constable Williams said that at 1 ■a.m. on January 24 he had a drun ken man in custody, when. M'Dou oueih called out, "Don't you go with him," and the prisoner lay down and kicked. MMJonough. told tie Bench that lie had taken a drop of drink that dav. THBOAT AFFECTIONS AND HOAKSENESS.—All suffering from ir ritation of the throat &nd hoarseness will be agreeably surpriaed at the al- , moat immediate relief afforded by the J me of " Brown'8 Bronchial Trochee." j ThtSe famous " lozenges " are now | sold by most respectable chemists in j this country. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial a flections, cannot try them too soon, as similar. troubles if allowed to progress result in serious 1 puiminary and asthmatic affections. See that the words " Brown's Bron chial Troches " ...

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M'DONALD'S REEF MINE THE RECENT EXPLOSION. THE FOUL AIR THEORY. HOW THE EXPLOSION OCCURRED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

M'DQNALD'S REEF MINE THE RECENT EXPLOSION. THE FOUL AIR THEORY. ■HOW THE EXPLOSION OCCUR- 1 ■RED. I The recent explosion at the McDon ald's Reef Mine, near Campbell's Creek, is referred to in yesterday's "Mining Standard" :— The explosion which occurred thro ugh bad air in the McDonald's Reef Mine, ai Campbell's Creek (V.), is an unusual one, but more for the reason j that the inspection of abandoned wor kings is unusual than for any other, 'because the explosion itself is natural "enough, and could probably have been foreseen had the trouble been taken to think beforehand of the effect of de composing matter in a place devoid of an outlet. The explosive material was probably marsh gas. In this case the mine had been unwatered, and the manager (Mr T. T. Dunstan) and a miner (\Y. Baxter) went below. Pro ceeding along the 220ft level they rea- 1 died a rise which they were about.to I inspect when the flame of the candles | ignited some gas which had evidently! become bottled up in tii...

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IT NEVER FAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. | "For years we nave been un". Chamberlain's Coush Remedy," ! Mr. Herberi II. Woodhead. Wenr-vo^; X.S.W. "We have six chiidre^_3"j never use anything else for :iw meat of coughs, colds and -iroaC'^| complaints. I confidently Tf%t mend Chamberlain's Cough R63^! co everyone, more especially to • ents, -who like myself 'nave i**i children's health* to safeguard^.: never fails to give relief in all Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, w- ■ sale Distributors. "jg ^ • Courage on the part of a11. j known mail was the invatis , inS? a woman's liit> at PiUTalB -■,? ] on Weduesdav. The wonvan watching a relative swiumiiJl«. \ tlic Parramatta River, wlw eel to get into difficulties. as . 'became so excited that ?"Ve|.tesec deep water. A stranger "3.- ^ to the spot, jumped in lUr; y and rescued her. Ho •give his name or to acCl>3>\j aS.tc and seemed chiefly concerned ^ whether his watch had suffer^! • the immersion.

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B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

B. GRADE. Woollen Mill 39 v. Harcourt 106. Castlemaine, ITS v. Guildford, 2 for 55. Muckleford, lb8 v. Barker's Creek. 5 for 90.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. TO-MORROWS MATCHES. DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

SP0RTIN8 NEWS CRICKET. TO-MORROWS MATCHES. DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. A. GRADE. •Foundry 202 v. Harcourt, 4 for 61. Jlaldon, 147, v. Barker's Creek, 3 for 55.

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BIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLBMAINE V. M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

BIFLE SHOOTING. CASTLBM A'lXE V. M.C.C. f : | Arrangements have been made for f a match between the Castlemaine Club and the "Melbourne Cricket Club, to be fired at Williamstown on Wednesday next. The conditions are 12 -men aside, at 300, 500 and 600 yards. Castlemaine will be represented "by —T. Arthur, R. Fisher, S. Leech, j. . Sands, P. Botten. -W. Sincock, J. Bert [ enshaw. J. Paull. T. Allen, junr., J. I Blakeley, and A. S. Chapman. { Tickets will be available on Tuesday \ for return on Thursday.

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C.U.C.C., V. B.U.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 30 January 1914

•C.U.'C.C., v. J3.U.C.C. .. i The CX'-C/C. first eleven has a 'bye | in tl\e local district competition to I morrow, and advantage is therefore I being taken of the vacant date to meet a, team from the Bendigo club. The match is arranged to/take place on the Gamp Reserve, play commencing at two o'clock. The local team will Ije selected to-day, so players who are [ unable to play are requested to notify i the secretary at once.

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