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A TYPEWRITER OF MUSIC SCORES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 February 1914
A TYPEWRITER OF MUSIC SCORES. The typewriting- of musical scores is now made possible hv a machine that) has appeared on the French mar ket. The same machine may be used for ordinary typewriting in several languages, the letters and numerals, and the musical characters or signs being: carried on small drums. The drum for writing- music contains ?4 signs, which, singly or in combina tion., produce all the characters ne cessary to write a complete score ■within-a range of 6J octaves. The treblc or violin clef, for instance, is written by four operations, the bans clef in three, &c., even the start' itself being* written on the machine. The characters arc not written side by side as usual, but in a vertical line. The musical characters arc all marked on the keys of the machine, along- with j the letters and other signs of the I written language, in a different color. This arrangement is made possible bv a simple mechanical device connected with the shaft of the roll holding: th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 February 1914
SUPERIOR SIDEBOARDS \ Why should you bother visiting innumerable furnishing houses when all that you require is best purchased here ? Our Furniture is modernly designed, both new and secondhand, suitable for Diningroom, Drawingroom, Bedroom, and Hall, etc. You will recognise the superior quality and value of our immensely varied stock when you see it. There is nothing to equal it for Money-Saving Opportunities in Melbourne. Correspondence Invited- • • All Enquiries Promptly Answered. BEAUCHAMPS 319 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. (Take Electric Elevator). COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY WELL PACKED. A COLD I £ Chamberlain s Go ugh Remedy is the most | prompt and effectual medicine in use for thk I complaint. It *&cts cn nature's plan, loosens $ the - cough, relieves the lungs, opens the | secretions and &ids nature to restore the system S to a healthy condition. H7 -Sk'S XTJZ rr. - Ship Brand, Mother!" The children are delighted when the grocei feringt the familiar packet of Ship B...
MANY PLAYS READ. MELODRAMAS DESCRIBED, LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 February 1914
MAM" PLAYS RE AH. 11 §' MELODRAMAS DESCRIBED, f; LONDON, Wednesday. g ii the course of the bearing o£ a 1 r - 'o restrain Messrs "Walter and |gs ftvderick Melville, managers of th« ra Theatre, for an alleged infrin !§| scment of the rights of a play, f| Armstrong, Tor seven years reader for | Mr Arthur Bourchier, gave evidence pi inai he had read during that, period ft? 13 plays, and in the subsequent five | ears 2000 plays. Miss Cicely Hamilton. dramatic «- hor and actress, said that all melo 1 aiias consist of the- efforts of the T r'n and villainess to slaughter the j. *?V . • -aas, a member ol the crew, of 1C st-C-aiiifv K ni^ht Ci.tiullicillQ1-'1'' tested at Gcelonsr by Senior ^astablt* Traiaor 011 Tuesday ^~h and vcas found to be in pos •^sioa oi live tins of opium. He , ^brought before the Court Yes niomiajj and discharged to ^/ustodv of the captain on ^ g>. s TiiOHev being." deposited, | f the decision of the Minis 5- *r. ^ieriag about the Speucer t, ^ raihvav street plat...
CLUE SOUGHT. POLICE SEARCH PIT. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 February 1914
HUE SOUGHT. ll: POLICE SEARCH PIT. LONDON*. Wednesday. Iiivfsiisations hy the police at the disused ph near Wolverhampton, near which the body 01' Thomas Kent Recks, of Sydney, was found "with bul let u'ounds in the head, are st.ill in progress. The Taior in she pit is l^Ufr below the surface, and is asserted to be 240ft j d^p. btu this is probably an exaggera- ; '.ion. A flasiiHgiu photo of tile surface • 0; ;iie '*'ater has been taken, but the rt-sui' has nut been made public. Searcher.-: declare that they can dis cern objects floating in the water, but i;s; so far nothing has been discovered.
YOUTHFUL ROMANCE GIRL'S LOVER REMANDED. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 February 1914
YOUTHFUL ROMANCE GIRL'S LOVER REMANDED. itELBOURXE, Wednesday. ppert Waiters, the young man who ..'charged with having at Richmond, !s. pecember 4th, abducted Francis t,r?rs, an unmarried girl, against the ]'/rjof Fanny Rogers, her mother, ap ",jred at the City Court to-day, on re •jjjnd, from Adelaide He was further remanded to appear at the Richmond ^.jrt o" February 11th. 03il was. allowed in one surety of II 1130, or l^'° sureties of £75 each, I ~ntl Walters' own recognisances of 1 £150. I .petective R. J. Kiely formally appli I fd for a remand. jlr P. J- Dwyer, P.M. (to witness): f|3ve you anything to say why you should not be remanded to Richmond? * -Walters : Xo, your Worship. Sub-Inspector A. Keimeally : There is a more serious charge being entered jViinst"him tinder the Crimes Act in cjnnection with this matter. jlr Dwyer : When will Frances Rog er5 be sixteen years of age? g Sub-Inspector Kenneally : On Ap $ m )• sa
DOGMAS UNBELIEVED. CONGREGATION'S BORED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 February 1914
MKJMAS I'NBELIKYED. y CONGREGATION'S BORED. LONDON. Wednesday. Very Rev. Dr. William Inge, Dean o: St. Paul's. lecturing at Zion College, said that many Christian minis:?:; find in social politics a welcome refuge from teaching dogmas ia which they 110 longer believe, and which bore their congregations. A man. he added, must be e'.iaer . saint or a humbug to preach the gos pel effectively and most clearly, h neither case would the result be "is: Professor Harnrack called "the acu'.e secularising of Christianity."
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 February 1914
I DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE | i i 1 MA'LDO.V | A painter named John JLongstaff. ! about 60 years of ago., was engaged J on a ladder painting, the balcony of j Butler's Maldon Hotel on Monday, ; when lie became faint, and Cell with I great force to the pavement below. He ! was picked up, and attended to by Dr. Gray, who found that two ribs ; were broken and other injuries receiv- 1 ed. The annual meeting of the parishion ers of Holy Trinity Church was held on Monday night, the Vicar (Rev J. Tyssen) presiding over a good attend ance. The reports and balance sheets of all church bodies were adop- j ted» and showed a very saticfactory state of affoirs. The Vicar is to leave in a fortnight's time to take ( charge of St. George's Church, at Malvern, during the absence of Rev. C. Dalton, in Bngland, for a period of 1- months, and his locum teneus a; ' Maldon will be the Rev. il. H. Hauser. who will be welcomed here on the 16th inst. The following officers were appointed .-Churchwardens and p...
LAND SETTLERS INDIGNANT MINISTER FOR LANDS EXPLAINS. MELBOURNE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 5 February 1914
LAND SETTLERS INDIGNANT ■MINISTER FOR LANDS EXPLAINS. ' MELBOURNE, Wednesday, i •Mr D. McLeod, speaking in the Leg- ' islative Assembly this afternoon, ask- i ed why bailiffs had been placed in the i homes of eight settlers on the Mooralla ; and Kenilworth closer settlement j estates. i Mr Lawson, .Minister for Lands, ex- ! plained that the Closer Settlement \ Board, had, at his request, reported j | that where distraints were issued large ! ; amounts in excess of the 60 per cent. ; j security value of improvements allow i ed under the Act, were owing. Some ■ [lessees had not paid anything since j lodging their deposit. Such, condi-u ons could not be allowed to continue. The lessees, the report continued, ; were not pressed to make immediate ; payment. They were not ?ven asked I to give security unless the arrears ow- j ing were considerably in excess of the j limit. It was only where lessees had | refused, point blank, to give security j or make any proposal for payment, i ! that d...