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TRAINS COLLIDE MUCH DAMAGE DONE. TRUCKS PILED ON TRUCKS. NEWCASTLE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
I TRAINS COLLIDE i isf.rv—' • ' ' * a - . " T I j MUCH DAMAGE DONE. I TRUCKS PILED OX TRUCKS. NEWCASTLE, Thursday. I A serious railway accideu; occurred 011 the lino between Auamstown and tho Cardiff tunnel, shortly before five o'clock this morning. Fortunately, no lives were lost., but much damage ' was (loue to the rolling stock. Owing u> tair brakes failing to net. one goods train ran into another which "was stationary at the signal- I box. The driver and fireman of the latter train saw the impending danger, and ran for their live3. The guard "was not so fortunate, and he met. with in juries which necessitated his removal to the Newcastle Hospital. Thirty ol the trucks 011 the run away train were piled upon.the trucks of the stationary train, one truck be ing forced right on top of the engine. Traffic was delayed for about three hours until the line was cleared. The Tareo mjiil train, due at 10.29, did not reach -Newcastle until 11.30 o'clock. The accident is regarded as the w...
CASTLEMAINE HOSPITAL MONTHLY MEETING. A SHORT SITTING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
CASTLEMAINE HOSPITAL „—:—t— MONTHLY MEETING. A SHORT SITTI-XO. Tho monthly meeting of the Castle maino Hospital committee took place last night in the Stock Exchange Room at tho Town Hall. The business was got through with great dispatch, the meeting lasting only a quarter of an hour. Those present were :—Messrs. Thwaites (president), Freeman, Fog arty, Arkinstall, Sheridan, Archdall, Reid, Bavlev, Redfearn and Taylor. CORRESPONDENCE. Tho correspondence included tho following : — From J. Lancaster, of Joyce's Creek, sending a donatiou of £1. Other do nations were :—Kronheimer Ltd., £1 1/; Directors of "Campbell's Creek Dredere, £2/2/; Campbell's Creek Race Club," £1/16/9, from the recent race meeting.—All acknowneldgcd with thanks. From the Maldon Hospital and Be nevolent Asylum, asking the commit tee's practise in the purchase of drugs. —Information supplied. From the St. Arnaud "District Hos pital. asking ifthe committee had any arrangements to have milk examined, and tested befor...
DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
DISTRiGT CORRESPONDENCE Glpi-iixstone. Messrs. Mactier Bros., of Stratford Lodge, sent away 011 Monday to the metropolitan market two trucks of prime fat. comeback wethers, which re alised 1S/G per head. .Messrs. Mac ■Rae Bros., of Breadalbane, also sent three trucks of fat merino ewes, which also ^realised a good figure according to the maikei reports. i ?\lr If. Nov, the local staiioumaster, | resumed duty ou Thursday, after hav ing completed his annual leave, which [ lis a"d his family spent at the seaside, and ihey ail appear to havo had a I pleasant time, judging from their rud ! dy appearance. Mr P. Letch, reliev | iag suitionmasieiv who filled :Mr Xoy's i place, made many friends here by his courteous and obliging disposition, and ! carries a^vay the ?ood wishes of all.
NEW INDUSTRY AT HARCOURT CONCRETE WORKS. PIPES, POSTS, BLOCKS, ETC. IMMEDIATE START TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
HEW INDUSTRY AT HARGOURT CONCRETE WORKS. I'll'K.S. POSTS. BLOCKS, ETC. IMMEDIATE STAKT TO BE .MADE. An interesting i;em of news was made public at yesterday's silting of the Land Board in the hearing of the application of C. II. Seelenmeyer. '.Mr Seelenmeyer, who was granted about a quarter of an acre of land at Harcourt, stated that he required it on which t0 erect, a galvanised iron buil ding (about. 100ft x 30ft), with a con crete floor, for factory purposes. He told the Land Officer (Mr Jack son) that if his application was grant ed he would start at once with the manufacture of concrete pipes for or chard drainage, and would employ three men. (Later, as his business extended, he would employ more men, and make concrcte blocks for building or paving, as well as fencc posts. Mr Seoienmoyer said thai the sand he would use in the business would be taken from the creek near, his fac tory. It had been found that as much sand as uiight be taken from the creek during a day's work would...
TO PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
TO PURCHASE. Chariot to E. C. Thompson, parish of Castlemaine, road west of allots. 10, 11, 12, 13, section 35A, one acre.—Re commended that, road be sold to appli cant under section -JS1 of Local Gov ernment Act, 1003. II. M. McLean, parisn of Harconn, road west ot" allots. 2, 3, 6, 7, 10, sec tion Gl.—Recommended that road be j sold to McLean under section 481 of! Local Government Act, 1903, subject io the consent of J. B. Warren, who owns ihe land on the western side of the road.
DISTRICT COMPETITION. CASTLEMAINE V. TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
DISTRICT COMPETITION. CASTLEMA.1NE V. TAiiADAL/E. §&■ ~W: w,\o.v\n£ 'a'iu represent Castle "•/f mains Rifle Club in their match aga V ins' the Taraa'aie club, ^irioli is to be Rred ai Casrlemaino to-morrow :— y- T. Allen, jaar., T. Allan, senr., T. Ar 7 tlmr. C. Bertuch, P. Bonon; J. Blakely, \ R. Fisher, H. Gove;*, S. Leech, \Y. S .Mc.Manon, J. Sands, W. Sincock.
UNDER SECTION 8. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
UNDER SECTION 8. E. T. 'Height, parish of Sandon, allot IS, sccrion 7, GO acrcs.—Granted, sou thern half. Flora J. Ilird, parish of Sandon, al lot IS, section 7, GO acres.—Granted, northern half. W. Ritter, parish of Yandoit, allot. KC, section 2 A, 20 acres.—Grained, subject to excision of A. Yourn's min er's right holding. 1-1. M. Lee, parish of Yandoit, allot 14A, section 12, 20 acres.—Granted. Jean H. V. Terrell, parish of Yan doit, allot. HA, section 12, 20 acres.— Refused. W. H. Garsed, parish of Yandoit, i part of allot. 17, section 2, 20 acres.—) Granted, about 30 acres, at the north-: west corner. Ada M. Wiggins, parish of Yaudoit. part of allot. 17, section 2, 25 acres.— (Granted about 20 acres cast of that granted to Garsed. Elizabeth J. Ritter, parish of Yan doit, allot. 17, section 2, 50 acres.— Withdrawn. Geo. Rymer, parish of Yandoit, part of allot. 17, section 2, 20 acres.—With drawn. i Topsy Wilson, parish of Yandoit, part of allot. 17, section 2. 150 acres. —Grante...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
CHILD FEAll FULLY SCALDED. TVHEX HOSPITAL TREATMENT FAILED ZAM-BUK COMPLETELY HEALED. "My Utile boy, Willie," says Mrs P. -Morrison, of S3 Wilson 'Street. Redfern, Sydney, "was fearfully scalded thro ugh a kettle of boiling water falling oa top of him. I had been bathing child near the fire and had just gone- out to empty the water when I heard screams. 1 rushed in and found that he had pulled the kettle over and fearfully scalded his neck and bad:. "The skin was dreadfully blistered and inflamed, and the poor child's asonv was dreadful to witness. At the Prince Alfred l-Iospital they lanced the blisters and dressed the scalds *tta an oil. Willie was bad fully six1 aoiT.iis. and as I didn't feel satisfied "Uh tun progress he was making at the Hospital 1 took him to a private! doctor. His ointment caused the' soto to break out into white blisters. , "After many other treatments had tried without success 1 happened to receive a sample of Zani-Buk. This proved so soothing to the child'...
B. GRADE. FOUNDRY V. B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
B. GRADE. FOUNDRY V. B. GRADE. To-morrow two matches will bo pla ved by clubs representing Foundry Vsociaiion and District B. Grade As Vodwioft. Moulders will meet Har "coun. on ^maid's Flat, and Fitters meet Woollen Mill, on the Western Re s?nvt?» ' On-inc to Barker s Creek and Castle mainc being unable to get teams, the Boilermakers and Church teams will not be playing.
RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. FIRE BRIGADE V. MANCHESTER UNITY. The following will be the teams in the miniature rifle shooting match tonight:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. | MLVIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. I FIfiE BRIGAPK V. M AXCII EST ER | UNI TV. | . Be following will be the teams in | the miniature rifle shooting match to | night | Fire Brigade :—W. Sincock, P. Bot S ten, S. Leech. T. Campbell, A. Jletlier § all, T. Rasmussen. H. Burge, W. C-olli | coat, \V. Yeares, P. Williamson. | M.U.I.O.O.F.—J. Cowan, A. Duncan, 1 P\. Da:in. I. Gibson. A. Lang, J. Roaclie, I J. Ross, H. Ross. W. Stone, R. Stinton, | J. Williamson avid J. "Wilson.
ASSOCIATION MATCH. CASTLEMAINE V. MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
ASSOCIATION MATCH. CAST^EMAINE V. .MARYBOROUGH. i To-morrow afternoon, on rlie Camp I Reserve, a match will be played be } -ween teams representing the Castle : maine and Maryborough Associations, and, as the latter have twice defeated Baliarat this season it must be a strong eleven. Play commences at lialf-past ore o'clock, and some good cricket can be expected. A charge of sixpence is being made for admission 5 to the ground. Tiie Castleamine Association will be represented by :—Ellis, Ferriman (Ma'don), G. Hill, D. Xorris (Barker's Creek), J. Xorris (Foundry), R. Hiii, Pritchard, Seelenmeyer, R. Warren (Hareourt), Iredale, W. Free | man iCastlemaine), with Burns (Foun I dry! as twelfth man, and Hibbert i (Maidon), as thirteenth man.