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CASTLEMAINE V. M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

CASTLEMA'EXE V. M.C.C. Arrangements have been made lor a match between the Cast.lemaine Club and the Melbourne Cricket Club, to be fired at Wiiliamstown to-morrow af ternoon. The conditions are 12 men aside, at 200, 500 and 600 yards. Casttemaine will be represented by —T. ;Yr\Ynn.\ U. Fisber. S. L#eech, J. Sands, P. "Botien. W. Sincock, J. Bert euslun-, J. Pnull, T. Allen, junr., J. Blakek-y, T. Allen, sour., and A. S. Cijapinan.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

I1IFLE SHOOTDfG. I MINIATURE EAXGE COMPETITION. Castkmaine A.X.A. were matched ag ainst Harcourt I.O.R. Xo. 2. ream on •he above range last night, and scored rather an easy victory over their op ponents, by a majority of 106 points T;ie following are the scores :— CASTLEMA1XE A.X.A. K. \Y. Fisher 6S H. Tingay 66 J. Sands 66 W. O'Muiiane 63 T. Allan, juur., .. ■ 62 T. Arthur 62 G. Lane .. 60 K. X. Chappel 59 Total 506 HARCOURT l.O.R. Xo. 2. ,T. Ely W. (iartside R. Ballet \*. Ely G. 'McDonald "ft". Leversha J. Ganside H. Leversha Toial 346

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FLIGHT ROUND WORLD. AEROPLANE RACE PROPOSED NEW YORK, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

I | FLIGHT HI)r>"I) WOfiLft j AEROPLANE RACE PROPOSE?' I NEW YORK. Monday For a round-the-world w Aero Club in New York is 0'<? £-20,000. r0 It is proposed that planes shall start trom ino 1 * Exhibition in 1915.

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DEATH IN A TRAIN HERBERT WILLIAM PARKINSON. INQUIRY CONCLUDED. GOVERNMENT ANALYST'S REPORT. NO POISON DISCOVERED. DR. HILL ADHERES TO HIS OPINION. "DEATH DUE TO AN IRRITANT." OPEN VERDICT RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

DEATH IN A TRAIN 'HERBERT WILLIAM PARKINSON. INQUIRY CONCLUDED. GOVERNMENT ANALYST'S REPORT. NO POISON DISCOVERED. DII. HILL ADHERES TO HIS OPINION. "DEATH DUE TO AN IRRITANT." OPEN 'VERDICT RETURNED. The adjourned inquiry into the death of Herbert William Parkinson, "who died.on the 6.50 -Bendigo to Melbourne train, as it was nearing Castlemaine, on the evening of 20th January last, was resumed at the Courthouse yes terday afternoon, .before the Deputy Coroner (Mr. T. Odgers, J.P.). When the inquiry was opened a week ago, Drs. Hill and Thompson, who made the post mortem, gave it as their opinion that death was due to an irritant, and several organs from the body were forwarded to the Govern ment Analyst for analysis. ■■"William Richard De Silveira, rail way conductor, said he was on duty on j the train in which the death occurred. Deceased was in a ladies' compart ment, and witness asked him to go into another compartment. Deceased at once complied with the request. A passenger, th...

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SENTRY SURPRISED. DISARMED AND GAGGED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

SO TRY SrRPRlNL'l'. DISARMED AND GAdC-EP. LONDON, While a sentry ax Currajfa near Kiidarc, Ireland, who ^ armed with a rific and bayoaet K no ammunition, was on duty at W ;nacrAzine, he saw a man . The sentry challenged hir^ b& 1 second man jumped upon try's back, disarmed and him, and left him lyinu in ^the The sentry draped himself to * fire alarm, which he struck . *"'•? his head, and the brigade out and discovered him. < The magazine was not enter*- • but the incident is regarded &s __ serious and ■ disuirTrinf detaonp^ lion of the ineffectiveness oi sentry system.

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

BUSINESS NOTICES. Air 0. J. Tompkins, pianofortej tuner of Allan's, will be in Castle niaine tliis week. Orders left at I Pedler's will receive prompt atten tion. I

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

"X'EWSTEAD. IIr David Swanson, a resident of Campbelltown, met with an accident on Thursday last, which necessitated his removal to the Ballarat Hospital, where he is now suffering from the effects of a pea rifle bullet, which was accidentally lodged .in his hip. Swan son was endeavoring to displace a rab bit. from under a rock, and after plac jug the loaded rifle on the ground he was reaching under the rock when he struck the rifle with his foot, causing it to go with the above result. Mr "F. Heritage met with an accident o\\ Saiutday evening. He was riding a bicycle into the town, carrying a jug of cream to the Methodist Forest Fair, Tvliich ^'as being held in the Mechan ics' Hall, when he collided with a cart. The impact caused him to fall heavily to the ground. He was severely brui sed, but fortunately escaped any seri ous injuries. A tennis match was played here on Saturday between the Maldon and Newstead clubs, resulting in a win for the latter club by 56 games to 3G games. ~ ...

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE .1. ElJPHIXSTOXE. The many friends of Mr and Mrs W. Gallagher, of Taradale, will be plea ded to hear that their daughter, Mag gie, who went under an operation for ' appendicitis in the Kyneton private hospital recently, is making satisfac tory progress towards recovery, and everyone will hope to soon see her about again, enjoying her usual state of health. Mr Joseph Hansford last week pick ed'UP a book of Art Union tickets for I Si. Vincent's Hospital on the road be- ' iween here and his place. They were J evidently lost by some person going ' out that way. !

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

AMUSBMECTS, ETC. ri.C.C.C— Next meeting, Wednesday, 11th February; balance slieet3 of Boxing, New Year's, and Foundation Days, will be presented. PIANOFORTE. ^J[ISS McNEEL RESUMES TUITION itli FEBRUARY, 1911, AT "TY RONE." TUITION RESUMED. M'ISS ETHEL SEEDS .VAN. L.A.B., HAS RESUMED TUITION AT HANNAFORD'S. (Prospectus at Han naford's. , PIANOFORTE, MUSIC, ETC. MissErHENRY IS NOW RECEIVING STUDENTS IN PIANOFORTE. THEORY, HARMONY, Etc. Pupils coached for University Con servaiorium, Melbourne, Royal Aca demy and Trinity College, London. Particulars at "Barrington," Har graves street, North Castlemaine. Castlemaine Technical School IfO. 20. THE BEST EQUIPPED WORKSHOPS OUTSIDE OF THE METROPOLIS. FIRST TERM STARTS TUESDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 3rd. Students enrolled for full courses in— Electrical Engineering, 'Mechanical Engineering, Surveying, Draughtsmanship, Architecture, Assaying, Mining and Metallurgy. Industrial and Applied Art Subjects, Industrial State School Classes. Trade classes for ...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCB. — ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY. .V.uiidav. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day ■'to -Marmora from London; Om ralv from Sydney; hularra from Syd 'k\v; Bombala from Brisbane; Bris bane from Ilokianga; Feurili from 'Sydney; Atilla from Fuile; Hornelen from Puget Sound; Elsass from JJre men; Gracchus from Sydney; Warea toa from Launceston; Clan Davidson i: from Sydney; Eastern from Yokoha ■ ma; Glaucus from Newcastle; Altona from Hamburg:.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

ITEMS OF NEWS. . The monthly meeting! of the Mount Alexander Shire Council takes place at Guildford this after noon, and a fairly lengthy business list will be dealt with. Stafi Sergeant-Major Beattie, who has been stationed for six months in Castlemaine, and attached to Training Area 66C, has received no tice of his transfer to the 60th In fantry, at Carlton. Sergeant Major Beattie's notice was only received on Friday, and he left Cas tlemaine by the afternopn train yesterday to take over his new duties. The oilicer was highly es teemed ill local military^ circles. It is understood that he is not to have a successor, as, owing: to the smallness of the number of cadets training locally, it is considered by the authorities that the work of the two areas can be carried out by one Stafi Sergeant-Major. Karl Grey will arrive in Mel bourne by the Otranto on a health trin next Monday, and will be wel comed by the Overseas Club. lhe | Royal Colonial Institute is also arranging a luncheon i...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

' THE ! gloaat §4*xatt4tt ptaU j TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. j Aii open verdict was returned by the Deputy Coroner (.Mr. T. Odgers, J.P.), a: the inquiry hold yesterday, into the death of the young man, Herbert Wil liam Parkinson, who died on a train 011 20 th January. The case presents quire unusual features. A young man in comfortable circumstances is on his way to .Melbourne, in company with his fiancee, to be married. Although suffering from hydatids, he was ap parently in a satisfactory state of health, and cheerful and optimistic. He leaves his fiancee and friend in a | compartment, saying he is going to have a smoke, and in ien minutes' time he is dead. His death did not appear even to the unitiaied in medical science to be from natural causes, as he vomited copiously, and was black in the face, symptoms not usually met with when death occurs from 'natural causes. Unusual and interesting as well as pathetic as these facts are, they are commonplace 10 what follows. A certificat...

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

GRIPES IN. HORSES. "Some -time ago our horse was down with a bad attack of the gripes," says Miss E. J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "I tried several remedies but they had no effect; as a last resource I save the horse three toaspoonfuls of Chamb erlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and noticed an improvement immedi ately. He was soon able to stand, and now is as well as ever." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors. V Mrs Annie O'Neill, 53, had an ex citing- struggle with ,a dog- in Belle vue street, Surry Hills (N.S.W.), on Sunday night, the animal" vicious ly attacked the woman, and before he was dragged oil he had bitten her hadlv about the head. She was admitted to the hospital. IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says .Mr. Herbert K. Woodhead, Went worth, N.S.W. "We have six children and never use anything else for the treat ment of coughs, colds and bronchial complaints. I confidently recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to...

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

COMHEBCIiX. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. ? The supply ol hay locally last week was very lieavy, and some dif ficulty was experienced in disposing of all the stocks, despite the fact that the quality of the hay was lirst class. Wheat was steady throughout the week, and it closed firm on Saturday at 3s 3id per bushel. Quotations 0ay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton; wheaten, £2 per ton; wheat, 3s 3Id per bushel; oats, Is Sd per bushel; straw, 30s per. ton; flour, £S 5s per tonj bran, £4 10s per ton, pollard, £4 15s per ton; Cape barky, 3s Gd per busliel; new potatoes, Carmens, £5 10s to £6 per ton; Pinkeyes, £4 10s to £p per ton; new onions, Globes, £8 to £S 10s per toil. "

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BOOKS BANNED. CONFLICT WITH DOCTRINE. ROME, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

books baxsed. . . I i CONFLICT WITH DOCTRLVr S ROME, Moasir * ; It is explained that the baanirj Maeterk-nick's books ;s due to ai.Oii | volumo. "I.a Mort." b'cause i coaSic: '*'Uh Christian doctr:;?.

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

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. The following readings are supplied by Mr. Max Pincus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 24 liours nrior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade.'Shade. .\Iondav 12-4 02 40 BAROMETER. ■Monday . . . . 2.S.70 falling'. The official forecast for to-day is i-^ine generally.

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BID FOR A THRONE. TEHERAN, Monday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

BID FOR A THBOJTE. -a i I „ -TEHERAN. Mond;r j Rifles and horses have beea W':>4 i ted at Astrabad. to assist an au^*'. ( by the deposed Shah :o regain i throne of Persia. i i

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

Great Slaughter In Children's Hats, also Ladies' Trimmed Hats SEE islam) wlndow 1-OU sexsatio.xal l'lilces. Hayes and Harris' the house ton quality AM) sul1i) value. Phone 100, The Fruit Season js sow with US, AM) hottlixu will i5e ix FULL swlxg FOK Tin: m:xt few weeks. do youk J A ]JS want HENEWiX <•'. Oil EXTRA ones keqllked, IF so gazmhesabb GL3H.& OOWM1TG i'au supply all Hint is wanted in Jelly Jars, Jam Jars, Covered Jars, .Mason Jars. Spare Lids, Spare Kings, Mottling Wax, Aluminium, Enamel led ami Copper Preserving Tjins. CALL AM> IXSl'ect Oi l! LAK(>e stock. CAETIE and COWLING ux1veksal ik0x310xgeks. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES. Adams arid Blaksley AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS Oldest Established Firm (20 year^, {F. W. Adams, Auctioneer and Sworn Valuator). HOTEL AND SHARE BROKERS, STOCK & FARM SALESMEN, INSURANCE, .MACHINERY, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS FARMS, ORCHARDS, HOUSES, FOR SALE & TO LET. RENT COLLECTORS REGULAR WEEKLY AUCTIO...

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NEW RECORD MADE. FLIGHT WITH SIX PASSENGERS PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

NEW RECORD MADE. j FLIGHT WITH SIX PASSENGER; PARIS. Mondsv. j M. Garaix. a >ven-k:io'-vn aviiu has made a remarkable flight Paris. 'He ascended in a biplane. "vit--.* passengers, to a height o: hi:;1, which is a record altitude for • plane carrying s0 many passen?fr«

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AMBULANCES FAULTY. PRESENT METHODS CRITICISE. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 February 1914

.UrBI'LAXTS FAULTY. • ♦ j PRESENT ME i HODS CRITICISE. I :.'.>XDON\ Monday. ! Officers cou5ii:»?r that '.lnd-v the ! e;u ambulance methods. it would.• ; impossible to kr-ep in touch ^:ra :ro:; lighting on modern l;n-?s. I Tho War Office i5 lendins t'a» R-; • Cross Society an a^ropiane in theSt;.. : mer to demonstrate tiiv adnn:a?«:: : aviation in the transport of woun&i

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