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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. The following matches in this competition will be resumed this afternoon:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS 1 CRICKET, WE DXESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. The following matches in this com petition will be resumed this afternoon :— Anglican 4(5 v. Methodist, 6 for 13G, on the Western Reserve. CasUemaiue, 125 v. Maldou, 2 for.35, on the Camp Reserve.

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IRON QUOITS. RAILWAY HOTEL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

IKOX QUOITS. railway hotel tournament. The third game for the season will' :ak? piace a: the ends situated in front 01' the Railway Hotel, on Satur day week. February 14th. This inter esting game is being quickly revived, fi-id -.villi many young players coining o;i the high standard of a t'ew years , ago will soon be reached. Trophies and cash prizes will be given for the res; of the summer, by the promoter of the games. It is the intention of the .management to run a large cash tournament at Easter time, so players can rely on getting something worth playing for, and should, therefore, keep in constant practice. The prize for this match is £2 to the winner, and lf\ to the runner-up. Nomination is 1 . and entries close on Thursday, February 12th, at the Railway Hotel, and T. Hudson's saloon. j

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LAWN TENNIS. PRESBYTERIAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

LAW* TENUIS. PRESBYTERIAN CLUB. This afternoon the Castlemaine Presbyterians v.-ill play Ohewton on the Ciunvton court. The following will be the Presbyterian team :—Mis ses F. Bieltham. E. George, E. Pensom, j and D. George; .Messrs. R. Gates (c),j D. Crawford. F. O'Brien, and E. Kirk- j pairicK. Emergencies : .Miss L. Cock and Mr J. Mimro. Any of the above players unable to play will please no tify the secretary at. once. The second round of Uie singles tournament has been drawn, and gam es ran it be finished by February 2Sth.

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CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP BY "ZEKLE." [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP '' BY "ZEKLE." "ZeUe crep' up quite unbeknown, An' peeked in thru' the winder."— Lowell. The cause of the tragically sud den 'death of the young man, Park inson, in the train last month seems 110 nearer solution than ever, •despite the searching inquiries and examinations by the police, medical authorities, analysts^ and others, not to mention that omniscient or ganisation of' born experts—the gen eral public. It is disconcerting to have to accept the stubborn fact that an apparently robust young ■man can die in fifteen to twenty minutes and all the skilled means at the disposal of an educated and scientific community are powerless to single out "the something" that actually cost Mm his life. The whole thing is uncanny and one is ■driven to cover one's ignorance bv demonstrating the occurrence as mysterious and unparalleled. When doctors differ, who is "Zekle" that ■he should peek through the window of the Unknown in the attempt to make something out of nothing ? ...

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SANITARY CONDITION OF GUILDFORD BLAMED FOR THE DIPHTHERIA. 55 CASES WITHIN 19 MONTHS. CR. BLINKHORN MVOES FOR PAN SERVICE. IMPORTANT DISCUSSION. WITHDRAWS HIS MOTION. STRICTER SUPERVISION TO BE EXERCISED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

SANITARY CONDITION OF GUILDFORD| t, •» blamed for the" diphtheria. 55 oases within 19 months. cr. blinkhorn moves for pan service. important discussion. withdraws his motion. stricter supervision to be exercised. At the meeting of tlio Mount Alex ander Shire Council yesterday after •iioon, Cr. Blinkhorn, in accordance with notice given, moved for the pro vision of a pan service for nightsoil removal for the township of Guild ford. After a lengthy discussion, the motion was withdrawn. In supporting his motion, Cr. Blink horn said that the matter was a very important one, as duriiig the nineteen months past there had been no less than 55 cases of diphtheria and two of Ityphoid in the Guildford district alone. J There must, he said, be some reason for such a state of affairs, and it was clear that while there were breeding J beds about the cases would continue. He thought the local sanitary system was to blame to a great extent. At the railway station pans were emptied within three or ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

; WAITED A3TO GENITRAT POR SALE.—T'-vo-roomed house; nearly new; sell cheap. Apply s'aii OSce.' iVASTE PAPER FOR SALE; Clean; Cheap. Apply, Mail Office. ANTED to rent.—Furnished house, centrally situated. fleply to Sietiiod, Mail Office. F° 'R.SALE, for removal, one four roomed dwelling, with a veran For particulars, apply, Place and Maryborough. [U!LI>IXG Allotments, Extraordin ary!—For sale, allotments. at ir;h Castiemaine, from £10 to £150. fsrey Baker, Auctioneer. "*0 LET.—4-roomed house. 8- : also *■ largo unfurnished aparments |s"i!p?rior't. Percy Baker. Castiemaine. f-ET.—Cottage, 4 rooms. Lyulo ton street. Apply, \v. Arehdal-1. 3r:'"1r i.yttleton and Fletcher streets. JlAI>0S, Organs, sold on easy terms at Pedler's, Allan's Agency, ourne prices. _<0R He?.- aud secondhand gent's and , lady's bicyolos, tyres, sundries, |'!^fePasjs to all makes. J. A. Peusom, ■leaiaiae Cycle "Works, Hargraves OXED .MEATS and Choice Dain ties, best quality small goods, ■ 3-t Woo...

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ITEMS Of NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

ITEMS Of NEWS. The fifth of the series of pro menade concerts by the Foundry Band will take place in the Bo tanical Gardens to-night, when a well rehearsed programme will be rendered under the baton of Band ! master Richards. Bein# moonlight and every promise of a warm even ing, a large attendance should be assured. The following is the pro gramme :—Marches, "Battle ol Fureka," "Turkish 'Patrol, "7 waltz, "Blue Danube"; selection, "Trom pettes De La Gourounne"; part song, "Annie Laurie"; selection, "Diaibolo"; march, "In Cog." There will be a moonlight con cert "^on the Harcourt recreation reserve this evening, promoted by the Harcourt Band. There will be a lengthy programme of music and other attractions, and as the weather is just the thin? for out door entertainment, there will doubtless be a large attendance, in cluding many from Castlemaine. At the Mount Alexander Shire Council meeting yesterday, on the motion of Crs. Ford and Ark-install/ the Secretary was instructed to write ...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

COOKERY. Meat Saucfl.—Cut up some ham fat< with a little onion, carrot, and parsley. J Add a small piecc of beef, and cook | until the beef is well colored. Then add j one tablespoonful and a, half of red .wine. ■ Cook until the wine is absorb-, ed. Add four tomatoes, and boil for fifteen minutes.: Chloken PlUau.—One pint of cold boiled rice, one boiled chicken, the meat chopped fine, one can of toma toes, strained. Let the liquor in which the chicken is boiled jelly. A piece of butter the size of an egg, salt and pep per to taste. Mix together and serve hot. Braised Beef.—Enough, butter to cover tke bottom of the pan—1 oz. to 4 lb. beef. Dissolve till it becomes a pale brown. Put in beef (which must be lean), and simmer gently for a little over two hours. Turn beef over at intervals, and when warmed through add pepper and salt to taste. I'or gravy, when done, add a little flour and water, smooth down, and let i' come to the boil. Kidney Pie.—Take a nice-sized pie dish an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

^ pure .i' CJS^i?^ alcoholic beverage. OSORRHAGE Of THE LUNGS ' Svopp timw I coughedi my l«»g» would blood." Another Ballaral cuco Sj Dr. Sboldoa's N©w Diocovo^j '"'I suifcrcd with hemorrhage of the Lun^s tor ycais," writes Mrs. E. M. Biythut, 12 Lowe Street, Ballaw.t E. V'-.c. "i v,as so bad tbat I really thought that I would never get over it. Kvery time I would cough, nay lungs vv-, ulci bleed. The blood would comc at.- in my throat ?nd nose in cupfuls. A ha;)derchief was rf no use, it would be soaked in a minute. I had to have a thick towel to catch the blood. I grot so weak, and lost weight considerably, g:.-ing down to six stone, instead of ten stone. 1 had the doctor attending me, but he did not help me in the least, and 1 said if the bleeding does not stop I will die. A friend brought me a bot tle of Dr. Sheldon's Ne.v Discovery and gave m.e a dose, ?nd it stopped the coughing and the bleeding of the lungs. It seemed to heal up the lungs and give me i.irength as w'ell. After...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

SHIPPING iNTElJJGKNCS, ^—i— ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY. Tuesday. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day v:rr«> :—Joan Craig from Port Stev ens; Swazi from Sydney: Maisie from Newcastle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

—a———n————— Great Slaughter In Children's Hats, also Ladies9 Trimmed Hats SEE ISLAM) WINDOW L'OU .SENSATIONAL I'lilCES, Hayes and Harris' THE HOUSE FOR QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE. Phone 100. ! The Fruit Season IS NOW WITH US. AND liOTTLlN(« WILL BE IN FULL SWING FOR T1IE NEXT FEW WEEKS. DO YOl'K JAMS WANT KENEWIN (■, OK EXTKA ONES REQUIRED, IE SO CA.RTHK s*xl& co'W'XixasrG Can supply all lii.it is wanted in Jolly .Jars, Jain Jars, Covered Jars, Mason Jars, Spare Lids, Spare Kings, Uoltlinsr Wax, Aluminium, Enamel led and Copper Preserving Tjuis. CALL AND INSPECT OUK LARGE STOCK. CARTER and COWLING UNIVERSAL IRONMONGERS. lemeroasaaraeweasrsKeeraaeKHcetcm* AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES. Adams and Blakeley AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS Oldest Established Firm (20 year**. (F. W. Adair,s, Auctioneer and S^-'orn Valuator). HOTEL AND SHARE BROKERS, STOCK. & FAR.M SALESMEN, INSURANCE. .MACHINERY, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. FARMS. ORCHARDS. HOUSES, FOR SALE & TO LET. REN...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1014. The railway construction policy of the Liberal Party as outlined by the Premier 111 the House the other day is a generous and vigorous one. A sum oi' £6-10,000 is to be expended annually. Railway stock is to be bro ught as rapidly as possible up to the mark, so that the farmer uiay get. his wheat u> the market under the most favorable conditions. llow big the on!lay is likely to be, may be judged from the fact that for tarpaulins, an item <>u which the city man would hardly waste ;l thought, no less than .11 :!0,UOl> is to be expended. Mr Lang don complained that at present much grain comes uncovered, but of that there will soon be an end. Fortunate ly the old system under which much of the money expended in railway con struction was simply thrown away has passed. In the days of the 'boom, lines were run to almost any point where votes were to be secured. Now the Railways Standing Committee in quires carefully into each demand for a r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

AMUSEMENTS, ETC. To-night AT THE Royal Picture Hall AND EYERY MOM)AY, WEDNESDAY, AND SATU11DAY. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. KISSING CUP. Great sensational drama. 3500ft. ORPHEUS ORCHESTRA. Dress Circle, 1/ ; Body of Hall, -Gd. Children under 12,' half-price. BOTANICAL GARDENS, TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Grand promenade concert, by Foundry Band, at S.15. Collection. IKON QUOIT MATCH. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14tli. At. the Railway. Hotel Ends. "Winner, £2; runner up, 15/. NOMINATION 1/. Entries close on Thursday, Feb. 12th, at the Railway Hotel, and T. Hodson's saloon. PIANOFORTE. 3JISS McNEEL RESUMES TUITION 4th FEBRUARY, 1911, AT "TY RONE." TUITION RESUMED. MISS ETHEL SEEDSMAN, L.A.B., HAS RESUMED TUITION AT HANNAFORD'S. iProspectus at Han naford's. PIANOFORTE, MUSIC. ETC. Miss eThENRY IS NOW RECEIVING STUDENTS IN PIANOFORTE, THEORY, HARMONY, Etc. Pupils coached for University Con servatorium, Melbourne, Royal Aca demy and Trinity College, London. Particulars at "Harrington," Mar graves street, North ....

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CYCLE RACE PROHIBITED. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

CYCLE UACE PROHIBITED. — BERLIN, Tuesday. I A six days' cycle race which was to have been held here has been prohibit ed by vlie authorities.

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ELECTION EXPECTED. UNIONIST CONFIDENT. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

ELECTION EXPECTED. UNIONIST CONFIDENT. LONDON, Moudav. T'nionists ai'e fairly confident that there will be a general election in May. The Government is iaced with the Liberal and' L/aJbor revolt in connec tion with the navv, and thet crisis •in South Africa, and it is anticipat-l ed that angry scenes will possibly lead to the blocking 0£ business until the Ministry will foe forced to dissolve Parliament.

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FISHERS MAROONED. RESCUE ATTEMPTS FAIL. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

FISHERS 3IAR00NEl>. RESCUE ATTEMPTS FAIL. LONDON", TuOSdaT Four lobster fishermen have K? marooned on Roanish Island, Do--" sal. They had five days' provisions. when these were exhausted efio*1® were made to roach them in a Hfebw but. their rescue was frustrated by :-23 mountainous seas. At a third att^P^ the lifeboat took a closed barrei 'i':; of provisions, and this was :Ioat-a ashore through the breakers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. "For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr. Herbert H. Woodhead, Wentworth, N.-S.W. "We have six children and never use anything else for the treat ment of coughs, colds and bronchial complaints. J confidently recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to everyone, more especially to par ents, who like myself have young children's health to safeguard. It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Whole sale Distributors. When a case was being- heard in the City Court on Monday a re volver was produced as an exhibit, and the formal .'question was asked, "Is it loaded?" To the surprise of everybody in court, the witness an swered "Yes, in two chambers." Mr T. O'Callaghan, J.i\, said that it was against the regulations to have a loaded revolver in court, and grave instructions for the ex traction of the cartridges. A Parliamentary return shows that during; last year 2644 lives were lost by accidents to merchant vessels regis...

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WORKERS TO CONFER. ACTION REGARDING DISPUTES. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

1V0KKEBS TO CONFKH. . ,4 . ACTION REGARDING DISPUTES. LONDON. Tuesday. Xationa! Union ol Rail^aytnou, t> Miners' Federation, and the Trans?#" Workers' Federation are to eonfrM? M3rch to discuss the oxters: er action, possible or desirable, in turn: labor disputes.

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GRIPES IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

GRIPES IN I-IORSBS. "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 gave the horse three teaspoonfuls of Chamb erlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and noticed an improvement immedi ately. 1-Ie was soon able to stand, and now is as well as ever." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors. ElTorts are being1 made in Won thagoi to liave Sunday picture shows stopped, and. the Borough Council lias been 111 communication I with the Health. Department in re ference to its position. A reply has ' ■been received pointing out the steps which it is necessary for the Council to take before it can frame ■by-laws to control the conduct of public halls. Unusually large yields of. lucerne are being secured, at the Research Farm at Werribee. A month ago a paddock 15 acres in extent gave ail, average yield of 25?; cwt. to the acre. This month's cut, whic...

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TO DELIGHT THK KING. AVIATOR LOOPS THE LOOP. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 4 February 1914

TO DELIGHT THK Kl>*£ rr AVIATOR LOOPS TilK- LOOP. LONDON, TueJday. Gustave Hamel, the famous avlatou gave a command performance of mg the loop before tJio King Queen and a number of Windsor yesterday, . , Thousands assembled in 'he viciin' to witness his teats. .. , Hamel made fourteen L'cauti'Ul loops, Including two double "uro* within 17 minutes, and thou voipi411^ fo the lawn in front o: the a' party. .. He was accorded a great - hundreds of Eton boys, and receiw' the congratulations the K'-OS ^ Queen. Ho remained at the cast ft wr luncheon.

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