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RENTS RAISED. WORKMEN PLAN RESISTANCE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

REMS KAISED. WORKMEN 1'LAX RESfSTAXCE. LONDON, Monday. There is a dearth of houses ior the working classes in Edmonton and oth er London suburbs. Landlords are raising rent, and teu-i ants are forming leagues to resist by; not paying them until the increase is j rescinded. I

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TEMPERANCE MEETING PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT. ADDRESS BY REV. L. H. FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

TEMPERANCE MEETING PUBLIC ENTERTAINMENT. ADDRESS BY REV. L. H. FIELD, j The opening public entertainment j for 1314,-given by the Total Abstinence; Society, in furtherance of its edue.i-' iional campaign on the temperance j question was held in the Mechanics') Hall last night. j There was a large attendaueo. and; the programme was very attractive.! The Church of Christ male quartette j was not able to perform, but able sub-j stitutes were found. Mr Philp, a! visitor from Melbourne, gave a fine: rendering of "Queen of the Earth."! and Captain W. E. James was encored j for a humorous recitation. Miss M. j Waddell sustained herreputation in a, recital with musical effects, ana Mrs. j McSweeney's entry into golf was thej occasion of much mirth. Two of the j Society's best known vocalists, Miss j Dibb and Mr D. Stewart, gave songs} that were well received. The usual choir singing was done, and it was well up to the standard. The ever popular item—a dialogue—was staged by a party of Bapti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

SUFFERED AOOXV WITH HEAD ACHES. ••[ highly recommend Chambwlain's Tablets lo anyone suffering from head aches." ?;ays Sirs -M. K. Berrv, .Marl br rough Road. Victoria Valloj Tasma nia. "I suffered agouv with -hfad ae.'nc-s and tvied almost eve.-yihing. X..thing did me any good until a friend iv an m mended Chamberlain's Tablets, and they soon put me right again. Xow I would not be without a box of Chamberlain's Tablets in the house.'' Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Whole sale Distributors. aOSRHACE Of THE LUNGS ; Sivorp lini« I coughed my iaa£{? would bleed." Another Ballarat cur? sy Br, Shaldon'o New Diaoov®«*r "I suffered with hemorrhage of .the Lungs for years," writes Mrs. E. M. Bl/thcn, 12 Lowe Street, Baliarat E. V'u. "1 was so bad that I rcsdly th. ught that 1 would never get over it. LCvoiy time I would cough, my lungs would bleed. The blood would come up in my throat suid nose in cupfuls. A banuerchier was r.f no use, it would be soaked in a minute. I had to have a thick towel...

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LAND SETTLEMENT PROBLEM SERIOUS DISCLOSURES PENDING. INDICTMENT OF PAST ADMINISTRATION. THE COMING ROYAL COMMISSION. MINISTER'S ANNOUNCEMENT TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

LAND SETTLEMENT PROBLEM SERIOUS DISCLOSURES PENDING. IX DICTATE NT OF PAST ADMINIS TRATION. THE COMING 110YAL COMMISSION. M INI-STEH'S ANNOUNCEMENT TO-DAY. Extraordinary interest In State! political circles centres in tha announ cement which the new Minister 'of itiiuidH, Mr. 1>aw8on, is to make in the House of Assembly to-day, outlining the secoud Watt Government's policy towards the extraordinary report, on land settlement drawn up by a Cabinet of the first Watt Government. It is understood that, besides promising a non-party royal commission .Mr Lawsou will divulge for the first time some of the esseutial general features of the Cabinet committee's drastic criticism of the closer settlement laws and administration of the past decade. Mr Lawson is also expected to inti mate that, in the opinion of the com mittee—though it is doubtful whether its report goes this length—there are: grave reasons for questioning the le-1 gality of the interpretation put by the Lands Department on ...

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OUR LONDON LETTER BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

m ■■ > mmmrnmmummmmmmmm OUR LONDON LETTER "J* • — BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN TOPICS (From Our Special Correspondent.) After all we had here a Christmas which, was more or less of what people call "the real old-fashioned Christmas," which is to say it was •not pouring wet ami miserably foggy and dreary. Just- before Christmas the weather broke and there was a day or so of rain, but it dried up a.gain -and we had clear crisp weatJier for the 25th and -6th "with a seasonable touch of frost in the air. In some parts of the country and in ."Scotland especially, the weather went a bit further on the "seasonable" road and cover ed the fields with, a good thick 'blanket of white. I had run down to -Scotland for a day or two at the week-end, and looking out of the carriage window on the living landscape was like looking at those old Christmas cards with frost spangles on the snowy scen erv. It was very beautiful, particu larly when seen from the snug warmth of a cosy carriage with steam-heati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

AGED LADY DERIVED GREAT BENEFIT FROM COMSTOCK S XERYE AXD BONE LINIMENT FOR RHEUMATISM. Tht'' powerful, penetrating .qualities oi Coinstock's Xerve and 'Bone Lini ;n»-n' acting through the skin on the d'-'hcatc nerves and muscles was never more forcibly illustrated than in a let ttr from a lady describing the great benefit her aged mother had received :rom its use. tor rheumatic* Rains. Miss A. Mantle, of Eastern Terrace, Queens town, Otago, X.Z., writes : — "I have pleasure in stating that my mother (Mrs. Mantle) has received great benefit from your very valuable liniment for rheumatism, after trying Biany others, and receiving more pain tb&n beneSt in the last 40 years. It ^ the only one that has really done good, and she is now telling it to everyone she meets. My mother has suffered much for many year£, being '.io.v ,4 years of, age, and is in 'better wealth ;han I have seen her for years, •or.which ;1 have to give you many Aanks, and hope to see. . Corustock's ^erye and...

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SENIOR CADETS THE LOCAL TROOPS. REGISTRATION AND EXAMINATION. BIG PARADE ON 14th inst. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

SENIOR CADETS THE LOCAL TROOPS. REGISTRATION AND EXAMINA TION. BIG 'PARADE ON 14th insi. The mouths of Jauuary, February, ind 'Marcli are regarded by the memb ers of the Dofencc Department as be ing amongst the busiest mouths of the ••ear, excepting the month of June, the 'lose of the linancial year. During the months of January and February the registration of lads rea ching the age of 14 years in that par 'icular year, have to be recorded, the tuota this year being those lads boru In the year 1900. On the completion >f the registration these lads have to ie medically examined, except in the ;ase of those lads living at so great a iistance that attendance thereat would nvolve undue hardship, and who are, :i consequence, granted temporary ex emptions not exceeding twelve months, ind on the medical examination being ! completed, they have to be measured | .'or uniforms, 'and requisitions for the i vaine made on the Ordnance Depart j ment. Simultaneously, the lads who ! reach tlic ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

WANTED AND GET^TERAT Y\7AXTED.—A girl, assist housework, tan rfleep home, if preferred. Apply, Mrs. B. A. Webber. T OST.—Lady's tan handbag, contain ing baby's silk dress, purse, etc. Reward. This Office. J* OR SALE.—Two-roomed house; neariv new: sell cheap. Apply, Mai! Office. „4 pOR SALE.—Brass preserving pau, i garden hose, cedar sideboard, etc. Apply, J.H., c/o .Weeroona, Camp Crescent. pOR SALE.—5-roomed house, with paddock, Princes street, Camp bell's Creek; easy terms. Particulars etc., Miss Arkmsta'll, Barker street. "\yA3TE PAPER FOR SALE; Clean; Cheap. Apply, Mail Office. Is 'JO LET.—5-roomed cottage, bath room, 3 minutes .Market Square. 1 >!y, Mail Office. ^0 LET.—Cottage, \ rooms, Lytt.le uni street. Apply, W. Archdall, r :h'r Lyuleton and Fletcher streets. piAL'OS, Organs, sold on easy terms at Pedler's, Allan's Agency, Merourne prices. J?0R new and secondhand gent's and lady's bicycles, tyres, sundries, ind repairs to all makes". J. A. Pensom, Castlemaiue Cvcle Work...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE, MALDOX. J At the S25ft level at the Derby United the rise over the level south of the break has been ex tended to< 53ft, the reef being 2lt wide and estimated to be worth. 2 dwt to the ton. The stope on the spur formation is worth 5dwt. At GSOft level a start has been made to crosscut east oil the inter mediate level. At the cyanide plant 300 tons of sand and slimes have •been treated for a yield of 44 oz S dwt. At Red, White and Blue Co., Gowax, the tributors, Manson afld party, crushed 21 tons for 12oz 12X •dwt." At the South German the winze below the intermediate level has been sunk to Oft on a reef -4ft wide. At 2000ft level the rise has been advanced to 97ft. The reef is 4ft wide and improving in values, at present being worth Tdwt to the ton. Baxter and party (tributors) ! are stoping north and south of j the winze on the reef, which _ is from 1 to I'.ft wide. A crushing, of 141 tons is now being put through, and Grigg and party axe crushing wi...

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UNMUSICAL SNAKE A HUNT AT ELPHINSTONE. PICKS MORE EFFECTIVE TILAN MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

UNMUSICAL SNAKE • — A HUNT AT ELPIIINSTON'E. PrCKS MORE EFFECTIVE TIL\X MUSIC. There was great excitement here on Saturday last (writes our BIphinstone correspondent.). Just as the railway !ine repairers were knocking off for the week Miss Roberta rushed up aud informed her father that a snake had glided under a detached kitchen at 'heir residence. The repairers soon arrived at the place, arnied with picks, etc. The members of Mr Roberts' family were )ii guard watching, so that the snake's escape was impossible, as they were well provided with implements, from he garden hoe to the broom handle. The head of the house ordered out his iccordeon, ho being a "pro." iu former .'ears on that instrument. He started ;o play, but your scribe being a Hiber nian. soon'saw that "Shall We Gath t," etc., "Ring the Bell, Watchman." nc.. had no charms for the s^ake. fnd asked him to play the "Boyne Water." or "The Protestant Boys," if :\e wanted to enxice my lord the snake, out he could play neither...

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SOUTH GERMAN CO. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

SOUTH GERMAN CO. HALF-YEARLY SIEETING. ^ The half-yearly meeting of the South German Co. was held at the I Royal Hotel, Maid oil, oil Saturday, j Mr Calder, chairman of direc tors, presided, and 9600 shares were represented in person and proxy. The reports and balance-sheet were received. The chairman, in moving- the adoption, said there was little to add to the report. They hoped to connect the rise from the 2000ft level with the winze from the intermediate level that day. Work had been retarded ow ing to difficulty in getting labor. When a connection was made they would stope overhead to the level above the intermediate. The agree ment with the tributors was for 12 months from May 9, 1913, and could be extended or closed. The tribute agreement between the South Ger man and Derby Companies had been hung up owing to the action oi the Mines Department. lie (the chairman) could not understanu such opposition on the part of the Alining' Department, as it was a fair proposition for both...

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY WORK FOR THE CHURCH. ADDRESSES BY REV. J. FLYNN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

THE NORTHERN TERRITORY WORK FOR THE CHURCH. AOBRJDSSES BY RUJV. J. FLY NTs'. The Rev. J. Flynu, who lias had con siderable experience -In the Northern Territory, preachod in the Presbyter ian Church on Sunday. In the morning he spo'ke of 111'.1 nec essity of the church taking the fulW'Mt interest in the central lands of Aus tralia, affirming that the church should rise to her responsibilities, and help to build up this part of our country. If there are any in the vast amm of j the Territory who are lonely aud din heartened, it should be the part of tho church to go and bring them compani onship; if there are auy whose child ren arc growing up to be the future citizens of Australia, and the State is not giving them education, then the church should be in the front, aud see they have the means of education; it there are any who are in danger of losing their manhood, and thus being lost to the nation, the church should be there to help them in their hard ships and tempuuions , and insp...

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CHAPTER IX. THE LARK IN THE WOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

CHAPTER _ix. THE LARK IX THE ^'OODg, It was not until Frances DurV and her husband were installed in"" empty first-class compartment tap ing and curling and speeding on tk - way tft Genoa, that even a comnap tive sense o£ safety came to tw!: . was Durkin's suggestion that it not be amiss for them to give pression of being a newly-married"^-' , pie, on their honeymoon journey; to this end, he had halt-tilled the<> partment with daffodils aud joaq-^v with carnations and violets and ro=-; purchased with one turn of the from a midnight flower-vender, t::\ his way down from the hills for -ii early morning traffic thar might oC": -So as they sped towards the I^C frontier, in the white and aei'v Mediterranean moonlight, threads? their way between the tranquil y^en sea bejewelled wuh guardian and the steep and silent slopes of :: huddled mountains, they lounged b£': on their hired train pillows, sel%: mured, aud unperturbed, and qu-iX: contented with themselves and surrounding...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

DRINK BRACING AND refreshing

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PIT TO BE SEARCHED. POLICE SEEK CLUE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

1*1T TO BE SEARCHED. " ■ » POLICE SEEK CLUE. LONDON, Monday. Arrangements have been made by the police to examine the disused pit near Wolverhampton, iu which the body of Thomas Kent. Reeks, of Syd ney, was .found with bullet wounds iu the head. The police hope to find Reek's hat and the revolver from which the shots were fired by his murderer. They are erecting an electric hoist t.n onablo a man with a powerful searchlight to descend 80 feet to the level of the water iu the pit. and they will subsequently employ drags to search the bottom.

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE Hertzian Voice A STORY OF STRANGE ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. CHAPTER VIII. "FOREIGNERS ARE FOOLS." [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

IJY A. S. ARTHUR. A STORY OF - STRANGE ADYEXTURE A>*!> ROMANCE OF irm.EI.ESS TELEGRAPHY. CHAPTER VIII. ' * FOR ELGN'ERS ARE FOOLS." Then lie turned and strode into the ante-room, and she could hear him making fast and locking the outer hall floor. Then he withdrew the key, and came back to her. "I must still regard you, of course, as my guest," he said slowly, with his easy menace. "You Europeans always give us les sons in the older virtues!" she retor ted, as mockingly as before, in her soft contralto. He looked at her, for a moment, in puzzled wonder. Then he held the lamp closer to her face. He nursed no illusions about women. Frances Durkin know that for years now he had made them his tools and his ac complices, never his dictators and masters. But as he looked into the pale face, with the shadowy, almost luminous violet eyes, and the soft droop of the full red lips, and the still girlish tenderness of the brow and chin, and then at the betraying ful ness of thoal and boso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

HEW YEAR, 1914 Fancy Goods, Station ery, Xmas Presents' Post Cards, Castle maine Views, etc. Have just opened up a "Large Stock of Christmas Goods, embracm0 amongst other novelties— Perfumerv, Wallets, Handbags, Purses, leather Goods, Ladies' Companions. AUTOGRAPH and POST CARD ALBUMS. CHDfAWARE and GLASSWARE. THE QUALITY IS THE BEST. WE ARE IN A POSITION TO OFFER OUR GOODS AT PRICLS 1HA1 MUST APPEAL TO TIIL thrifty. SPECIAL EFFORTS MADE TO PLEASE THE CHILDREN. E. and M. VALE, E. and M. VALE MARKET SQUARE, CASTL^SIaSNE. Mamma's going to wash me WITH sum Si Baby's chief charm lius in his soft ami lovely skin. To acquire that purify ;uul delicacy of skin health useKexona fcikin and Facial Soap. Washing with Rexor.a Soap lirst takes away ali impuiity and dirt, then softens the >Ui;> veils and ceis as a tonie upon t!ie cuticle, so that the elasticity is s' .rc;i_>the,ieJ, an.! the rosv.lt iiives the soft bloom of health that v.e see i.i early youth. Nothing so j'ro;:'.i>tes ...

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

rOSTAL TIME TABLE. A Avoca, cloncs 9.45 a.m. ; arrives sf Castlemaine, 7.3') p.m., Tuee., Tliura., Sats. Ballarat, closcs 0.46 a.m. ; arrives 12.30 p.m. Bealiba, closes 9.45, a.m., Mon., Wed.. Pri. ; arrives f.?0 p.m., Mon., Wed., Fri. Barker's Creek, closes 6.30 a.m. ; arrives 7.30 a.m. Beudigo, closer. 9.45 a.m., 3.30 p.m., and S.46 p.m. ; arrives 7.25 a.m., 1 p.m., 8 p.m. Campbell's Creek, o.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m. ; arrives 11.30 a.m. Carisbrook, closes 9.s5 a.m. ; arrives 7.30 p.m. Cluxies, closes 9.45 a.m. ; arrives 7.30 p.m. Cliewton, closes G.S0 a.m., 12.15 p.m., and 3.30 p.m. ; arrives 11.30 a.m., 7.15 p.m. Down Travelling ±'.U., 14, eloses D.45 a.m., 3.30, and 8.45 p.m. (Echuca and intermediate places) ; arrives 1 p.m. and S p.m. n-inolly, cioscs 9.45 a.m., 3.30 p.m. ; arrives 12.30 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Fryerstowu, closes 6.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m. ; arrives 11 a.m., 7.15 p.m. Gowar, closes 10.20 a.m. ; arrives 3.30 p.m. Guildford, closes 6.30 a.m., and 9.45 a.m.; arrives 12.30 p.m. a...

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KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. CHAPMAN TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

kyn'etox district association. CHA.P-MAN TROPHY COMPETITION. | Last Saturday was a bye in the above ! compeuuon (writes our Elphinstone i (.Qtres^oudenl:)- The scores of the; I previous Saturday's matches did notj I reach here i" tinie for the press, owing ! to Harry Hawker's biplane crossing I ihc wireless. The results which have I come to hand are very disappointing | Clematis 2S beat Daphnes 19; Pansies | 20i) odd, beat Wallflowers 30 odd. Bor I onias 100 odd. beat Caruelias 30 odd. f After Saturday's spell some big sur | prises ought to eventuate, when next | {he reams face the leather.

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SPORTING NEWS CKICEET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. TOMORROW'S MATCHES. The following matches in this competition will be resumed to-morrow afternoon:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS 1 n CKICEET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. TOMORROW'S .MATCHES. The following matches in this com petition will be resumed to-morrow afternoon — Anglican 46 v. '.Methodist, G for 1315, on the Western Reserve. Castlemaine, 125 v. Maldon, 2 for 35, on the Camp Reserve.

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