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COLLISION IN DARK. STEAMER FEELING HER WAY. NEW YORK, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
(OLLI.SIOX IX DARK. •STEAMER-FEELING HER WAV. SEW YORK, Saturday. Additional particulars received con cerning' the collision "between the stea mers Monroe and Nantucket, off Hog .Island, show thai the Monroe was ieelincr her way in the dense fog, with a double watch, when the Xantucket caught her amidships. The state rooms were broken nearly in half. After the impact the Monroe backed a-.vay. and tried to penetrate the doom with searchlights. The Xantucket "was badly smashed, and was just able to crawl along the coast until the tugs met her.
MINING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
MINING INTELLIGENCE, Tile industry is still in a very stagnant condition, and the past week has not contributed to a bet ter state of affairs. Spring Gully crushed 330 loads lor the fortnight for -ISoz, which is not over the pay able margin. The plates were cleaned for 37oz. No change of any kind lias taken place in the mine, ■and the same applies to Spring Gully No. 1 and South Spring Gully. The new ventures on the field, such as Little Nuggettv and McDonald's Reef are doing initiatory work. The two bucket dredges at Camp bell's Creek obtained S'2oz 1-ldwt for the week. The Bendigo Dredg ing Co. will start the No. 3 dredge to-day. The dredge has been erect ed in the Ironbark and Long Gully Creek opposite the .Sydenham Hotel at White Hills. There will be a cleaning up at the No. 2 dredge this week, and the prospects give promise of a satisfactory return. The No. 1 dredge has been operat ing in old ground lately, and the ^old yield was below the usual ave rage.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
WANTED AInD GENEEAla ^fANTED.—Girl, assist housework; sleep liome. .Mrs. Herbert, cor ner of Bull and Barker street. RANTED.—A girl, assist housework, can sleep home, if preferred. Apply, Mrs. B. A. 'Webber. J^AD WANTED. Apply, H. W. Pedler, Market Square. JTOR SA"LE.—Dining room suite, lino leums; cheap. Corner Doveton and Urquhart streets. JTOR SALE.—Brass preserving pan, garden hose, cedar sideboard, etc. Apply, J.H., c/o Weeroona, Camp Crescent. FOR SALE.—5-roomed house, with paddock, Princes street, Camp bell's Oreok; easy terms. Particulars, j etc., Miss Arkinstall, Barker street. pIANOS, Organs, sold on easy terms. at Pedler's, Allan's Agency, MeI*"ourne prices. , JPOR new and secondhand gent's and lady's bicycles, tyres, sundries, and repairs to all makes. J. A. Pensom, Casilemaine Cycle Works, Hargraves street. JpLOUR. SACKS for sale. Apply, - E. Jorgensen. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE; Clean; Cheap. Apply, Mail Office. (Hooked MEATS and Choice Dain ties, best quality small goods, ...
BLOT CONDEMNED. PAYMENT WITHOUT BENEFIT. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
BLOT CONDEMNED. PAYMENT "WITHOUT BEXEFff •LONDON7, Saiardfc Lord Robert Cecil, conuuetnin- lj the builders' laborers' striko, ' , that the masters had locked onl ^. men, yet. the unemployed beuent j. tier the Act was not allowed Government had no right to co& ■men to pay for unemployment when such a grave blor on t-16 aif!U istration of the Act exis^st Bricklayers and carpenter: \ ployed on the ComniomveaUli ; ings are still on strike, "LnU TH«Vi workers are busilv erecting the »r | work. 1 -
ANGRY STRIKERS. EXTENSION OF TROUBLE LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
I i ANGRY STRIKERS. * * EXTENSION OF TROUBLE 'LONDON, Saiurdsr | Pay under the Xatioual Iasur^f/f ! Act for the builders' laborers j on strike has not been authorise " ; men are dissatisfied, and it is_?r0^ ■ : i that they shall burn their insa^ cards in a bonfire in Trafalga"^5' ; , as a protest. The lockout, committee of the don Building Trades' Federation »>:•. • decided to recommend the of labor from the Masters' Associa^r ;. It is estimated that 100,000 njw ; be involved in this actiya.
AMERICA AND MEXICO. PAPERS PUBLISH REBUKE. WASHINGTON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
AMEKKA AM) JIEX1C0. PAPKRS ri'LJLiSH REBUKE. WASH 1NGT0X. Saiurday. Jmerviewod by newspaper corres- I pondents. President Wilson said that | the United States was not changing its policy i:i regard to Mexico. ; There was. he said, no suspicion thai Japan was meddling with .Mexico. Am erica had no grudge against Japan be cause some Japanese were selling arms to President 'Huerta. President Wilson chided the journ alists for their irresponsible sensation alism. The newspapers frankly pub lish the rebuke.
CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) SOUTH AFRICAN CRISIS. MARTIAL LAW JUSTIFIED. LABOR PARTY'S OUTBURST. CAPE TOWN, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.). SOUTH AFRICAN CRISIS. MARTIAL LAW JUSTIFIED. LABOR PARTY'S OUTBURST. CAPE TOWN, Saturday. In view ol' the developments in con nection with the recent strike in South Africa, and the action of the .Government in deporting ten of the strike leaders, the greatest interest was taken in the meeting of the Union parliament at Cape Town yesterday. Viscount. Gladstone, the Governor General, in opening the session, jus tified the declaration of martial law to deal with the industrial, social, and economic unrest, and to prevent a re currence of the lawlessness that oc curred at Johannesburg in connec tion with the miners' strike in July. He thanked the citizen forces for tlieir ready response, and the rapidity of their mobilisation, which succeeded iu preventing bloodshed. In view of the unsettled state of the Union, only pressing measures would be consider ed during tlie session. General Smuts, Minister for Defence, caxe notice that on Monday he would move...
BILLIARDS. GRAY STILL BEHIND. SENSATIONAL SHOTS. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
BILLIARDS. | GRAY STILL RKHIN'P. i i I SEX SAT 10 X A L SHOTS. LOXDOX. Sar-r&J. George Gray, the Australia" ardist, has nor vet mastered the ' balls, and has so far done little than hold his own against Tom S-:; mar., the English player., to "-vbos> is conceding 4200 points in a ga3---.. 1-8.000 up. A quiet afternoon was redeems:' two sensational shots by Gray. 0:;' with the red ball safe, the object ^ hanging over the left middle and Gray's ball near the top of the - - ' pocket, Gray played on to ti? r£:: lower cushion, and then from th« torn cushion went in off the ~';:i Newman's best break was St?, & . Gray's 103. Interval scores : man, 9253; Gray, 5051. In the evening session made breaks of 204 and 127, Gray's best was 315 (unfinishe). i-:; closing scores were :— .; Newman (roc. 4200) 9Sil Gray 57?-? ; " —
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 2 February 1914
DEATH. SINGLETON.—On the 30th January, 1914, at the residence of her son-in- law, Mr. John Baxter, Campbell's Creek, Margaret Singleton, loving grandmother of Mrs. D. Todd, Mrs. G. Kettyle, Mrs. E. Scott, Mrs. W. Wittingslow, Florrie, Norman, Joe, Jack, and Rene, in her 85th year. Her end was peace. —Bendigo and Maldon papers please copy. IN MEMORIAM. LEIGHTON.—In sad and loving mem- &nbsp; ory of our dear son, Robert Clifford (Cliff), wh0 died at "Cliffleigh," Cas- tlemaine, on 2nd of February, 1908. Though death divides, fond memory clings. —Inserted by his sorrowing parents, R. and A. Leighton. HOOPER.—In fond and loving memory of Elizabeth, the beloved wife of William Hooper, S. Gully, Fryers- town, who died on 2nd February, 1912. A faithful wife and mother. At Rest. —Inserted by her loving husband, sons and daughters, William, Albert, Adeline, Amelia.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914
DYSPEPSIA CANNOT EXIST where the stomach is ecttwlT relieved of Us work of dlgtr t:on. When the stomach lus nothing to do but rat, it gtt> y£??%>, fcai" e*Ls',£%vi^ Will aDd strong In a way. The perfect dysp*p»J* cure, therefore, is one Ikatwffl digest £ood and permS «« Nature to restore the stocnich. iv;| ^ DR. SHELDON'S^ jV>| .-DIGESTIVE TABUL.CS *.. ' ; do just this thing. No mrftf r h:wn»uch yoo cJt or wbit i t'i-- ccndiJfca of your stomicfj-, • 1 is, your food is propetly?*®^] : rcrf l:'y digested and yctff s'.:mi.ch regains its sttengfk i ani.g issoucd .isi veB* J?J iV£t?y,VK£HS 2 3 PiSjaj
KING'S PRIZE. NEW CONDITIONS PROPOSED. LONDON, Monday. Proposed conditions for the King's Prize at Bisley are as follow:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914
KING'S PRIZE. NEW .CONDITIONS PROPOSED. LONDON, Mondav. 'Proposed coudit-ious for tlio Kind's Prize atTHsley are as follow " Firs; 10 rounds, deliberate firing at 200, 500 and 600 yards. Second round, five deliberate, 10! rapid, and 5 snap shots at 300 yards. Third, 15 shots at short distances at disappearing targets, and at Kolapore figure targets to 500 yards, and over that at bullseye targets. The majority of the council of the National Rifle Association are in favor of the conditions.