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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. MRS, M. P. STEWART, of die Head quarters Staff of "The Ladies' College of Health," 46 Elizabeth street, Mel bourne, will visit Castlem'aiiie on ■Wednesday, Ilih February, and may bo nonsuited ar tlie Cumberland Ho le! from 10.30 a.m. till 6 p.m. Every woman who is a victim of ill-Health, or who is threatened with a critical oporation, and every woman who is disappointed in her desire io fill the noble mission of motherhood, should seek the skilful advice of Mrs Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Castlomaine authorised t,o supply Dr. D. M. Ooonley's celebrated Orange Lily Home Treatment. Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health. 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne, for a free copy of "Woman's Guide to Health," a book which every woman should possess.
CRICKET THIS DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. NEARING THE FINALS. (Notes by "Onlooker.") [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
■» 11 11 • 1111 CRIGKfcT ■ A. THIS DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. ' ' SEARING THE FINALS. : . (Notes by "Onlooker.") Saturday last witnessed the com pletion of another round of Alie Saturday competitions, and bar ker's Creek A and Castlemaine , the bottom teams in their respec tive competitions, each scorec a win to encourage them m their rather hopeless task of securing a place in the iinals. At Barker's Creek Maid on weie very confident of disposing of tlie locals before tliey secured the 1l-l» runs necessary for a win. and nine wickets down for '*■' theii chance looked pretty good. How ever, Geordie Hill, the last man, proved he had nerve enough lor the ordeal aud pulled the match out of the lire, though it was said -lie, was out l.b.w. whilst w_>re still want ed, b.ut" the bowler blocked the um pire's view. 1 libbert was the principal scorer for Maldon with ">3. lie was lucky in being. missed at starting. but subsequently batted vigorously and cleanly, Geo. llill •"> for &a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
WANTED AM) GENEBALi Wanted.—General, plain cooking, j good wages. La Mascotte Hotel, Harzravcs sueet, Castlemaine. JjOST.—Gold cable bracelet, iu Jolinsione street. Reward, D. MoShanag, butcher. pj'.ND.—Qicyelc lamp. Owner can have same by paying advt, D. A. "v-'diid, Mostyn street, WASTE PAPER FOR SALE; Clean; Cheap. Apply, Mail Ofiice. Wanted to buy.—William won t ChrvUou pears; good gvic&lt;' j?iv»'U. '&lt;;■> -V. J. Koisiukos, op p. i'ost Ot 1 -'H -?>aie, or exchange, one itony, years, any \rial tdven, for a tie ;T? kors». A.'j, Kotsiakos. opp. Posi Jf - 1 SALE.—Dote can. and harness, fe .a cheap. a. J. Kotsiakos, opp ft "^-Office. 1'SALE, tor removal, one lour H dwdiinir. with a veran \ r^' J,'3'" Particulars, apply, Piacc and ' borough. 1ET.—>; - i'oo iu e d co m t o r t ah 1 e ^ (-.2nip crescent. every Carter. Amos anu Co. [ft. Organs, sold on easy terms i,iv at idler's, Allan's Agency, p: '^J^nrnp prims. P I1 new and secondhand gent's and Vv j,,,, ^a...
SUFFERAGETTES ADVISED. MINISTER RECEIVES DEPUTATION. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
■StTFHAGETTES ADVISED. • * -\!I.\'JSTER RECEIVES DEPUTA TION. LONDON, Thursday. I Mr Lioyd George, Chancellor of tlio I Exchequer, speaking at Glasgow, ad dressed a non-militant suffragette de putation to endeavor to rewin public opinion by showing- that the mass of suffragettes repudiated violence. Three incendiary outrages in Scot land are attributed to suffragettes. Country houses were burned, the dam age amounting to many thousands of pounds. Suffragette literature v."as found in the vicinity of the i'irus, on which was written, "A warm welcome to Mr Lloyd George." Victoria's Immigration Depart uitttt is ia favor o£ smaller areas in the irrigation settlements made available lor landseekers -who . k?-ve not the monev necessary lor I the ordinary blocks.
SYDNEY MEN WORKING. MEETING AWAITED. SYDNEY, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
I SYDNEY MEN* WORKING ! MEETING AWAITED. .. SYDNEY, Thurs^; ^ | Vothmcf is expected to •. amoirof the waterfront workersu. til after tlie meeting of wbart ^ orers wMcK is to Toe beld to-nxV ^ row evening. , Work' is proeeeair.ir as n>nA' ^ ['■. day, and th-c in en have on!v sPt|(1 r,-s 1 at ions _ to odor when askea as ^ the feeling- of the genera! ^ workers, while the oftioiais s ' i that thev have absolutely no .'ion to offer until after tlie 1!!Cf'„r 'to-morrow. "All the water1ir&lt;? i workers intend to cease woi'^ 1 ^ j p.m. to-morrow to aitenu meeliogv
CASTLEMAINE RACING CLUB PROGRAMME FOR EASTER MONDAY. MR MACAFEE THE NEW SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
CASTLEIYIAINE RACING^CLUB +— PROGRAMME FOR EASTER MON DAY. MR MiACAFEE THE NEW SECRE TARY. A well attended meeting of the Cas tlemaine District Jtacing .Club was held at the Cumberland Hotel last night, the president (Mr Van Ueurck) being in the chair. The newly appointed secretary (Mr Macafee), reported that very satisfac tory financial support had been pro ferred towards making the proposed meeting on Easter 'Monday a record success. Consideration was given to the fra ming of the programme for that meet ing, and it was decided that the pro gramme of events consist of:—Trial Stakes, (i furlongs, 7 sovs.; Handicap ; Pony Race, 4 furlongs, 6 sovs; Flying | Handicap, 6 furlongs, £S; Handicap Trot (registered), 2 miles, 8 sovs.; Cas tlemaine Handicap, 1 mile, 13 sovs.; Consolation Stakes, 4 furlongs, 6 sovs. The chairman congratulated the club on securing the services of Mr |•Macafee as secretary, and said that he felt sure that the club's interests I would b& well looked after...
POLICE PAY RAISED SIXPENCE A DAY GRANTED. INCREASE TO START IN JULY. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
POLICE PAY RAISED SIXPEXCE A DAS' GRANTED. INCREASE TO START IX JULY. -MKI.BOr U.VE. Thursday. In tiie early hours of this morning, when estimates of the Chief Secre tary's Department were under discus sion, it was agreed tliat. the pay of the police should be increased by sixpence a day, to take effect from July 1 next. .Mr .Murray, Chief Secretary, told members that it would save discussion i if he stated that he had conferred with Mr Wait, the Premier, and, as a re-! suit, it had been determined to grant j the increase, and thought that it was j fair compromise to grant tlxe sixpence increase as from July next. The increase was agreed to by the House. During; the progress ol the Dun oll.v Charity Carnival on Wednes day, a nu«-o-et of gold was picked out of a hole for quoits. A rush followed, and the ground, which is virgin, was pegged out in all clirec tions. Mr \V. Ci. Stretton's term of ap pointment as Protector of Aborig ines in the Northern Territory exr pi res next month. So...
CASTLEMAINE HOSPITAL'S BOOKKEEPING RECOMMENDED BY INSPECTOR FOR GENERAL ADOPTION. REQUESTS FOR IINFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
CASTLtMAINE HOSPITAL'S BOOK KEEPING -i— ■RECOM.M ENDED BY INSPECTOR FOR t;KNER.-VL ADOPTION. REQUESTS FOR iXFO R M AT 10N. Tile system of book keeping m vo gue at the Castlemaine Hospital has boon on several occasions spoken of in terms of high praise by the Inspec tor of Charities, and evidently Mr Maleolm has a desire that it should be adopted throughout Victoria. At List night's mee'iing of the Hos jpiial Committee, letters were received from the Kyneton and Maldon Hospi tal Committees, asking for informa tion as to the system, and mentioning that the Inspector of Charities had re commended portion of it for their ad option. Similar !ei:ers were received at the previous meeting of the committee from Wangaratta and Beecliworth hos- j pitals, and in all oases the iuforma- j tiou asked for ha^ been supplied by i Mr Dnmitnoud, the secretary. This proof of the excellence of the management of our local institution will, uo doubt, be met with very geu eral pleasure, and should lend to "...
WATERSIDE CRISIS OVERTIME STRIKE. COURT MAY INTERFERE. A SERIOUS PASITION. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
WATERSIDE CRISIS overtime; striki-:. CUl RT may inter FEUE, a serious POSITION. .MELBOURNE, Thurs, Commonwealth Court oi J-oavS' tiou and Arbitration w;U _ty. prompt action, it is belies ea, v. end the dispute between the U;. inonwealth Steamship Owners :?.■ eratiou and the Waterside oiau. Federation on the question wasres and conditions. .• Mr" K. Northcote, eiuuriiww.^ u-. jfr 11. M. Adams, secretary o: i:-. Commonwealth Steamship Federation, this morning ban an in terview ~ with Mr A. M. ^te^ Principal Industrial Recyi-s'. r^r. Northcote afterwards stated w. he "understood that the sccretr: had been summoned. No application for a compuLs-:*' conference was made, ana none en been received from the emp.Oj&lt;»> However. Mr -Justice lli££".ns ~'d the power to call a compulse^ u.. ferenee if he deems it necessary. ^ to order the parties into co^r failing a settlement by this m.ea, Al ter represent a.uvc» «■'* plovers had waited on £ Stewart. Industrial Rssrtstrar, morning;...
ACCIDENT AT ELPHINSTONE PASSENGERS ON MELBOURNE TRAIN. ONE SERIOUSLY INJURED. A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
ACCIDENT AT EIPHINSTONE PASSENGERS OX MELBOURNE «P TP, AIX. | ONE SERIOUSLY INJURED, ' A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. ^ As the last train from Bending ., /: Melbourne was approaching the EV iustono station on Wednesday evec?^: ' a serious accident occurred,* the $ tiins being Matthew Richardson f:" Alexander Sktilly, both rcsidin® Collingwood. = - • The two are mates, and the ev*n;-, ■' being close, they sat ia the open faT? way of one of the carriages, their V* ' protruding some distance out of* ! side. How the accident occurred '>5-v &lt;' exactly known, but the men I struck with great force by some ob>y-' supposed to be either the edge oi'r'n- > ; platform or the posts of the raih'-- ^ gates which stand a little beyond platform. Skully was only sli^j ■ injured, and continued the journev"*• .Melbourne, but Richardson receiT^ very serious injuries to boih legs. pjv • aid was rendered by the railway «*" r cials, and a telephone message sent on to the Kyneton station arrangcm...
SECTION 103. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
SECTION 103. Margaret E. Code, parish of Har court, 10 acres.—Granted, subject to favorable report from Forest Depart ment. J. H. Thomas, parish of Chewton, 20 acres.—Granted, subject to reports from Mines and Forest Departments. Martha Thomas, parish of Chewton, 20 acres.—Granted, subject, to reports from Mines and Forest Departments. Alice E. Robb, parish of Faraday, 20 acres.—Granted, subject to cancella tion of her husband's miner's right be fore issue of license.
HOW TO FLY LIEUT, ERIC HARRISON'S VIEWS. INTERESTING INTERVIEW INSTRUCTION TO BEGINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
HOW TO FLY + LIKUT. EIUC HARRISON'S * VIEWS. IXTERE ST IN c; 1N T E RVIE W IXSTUUCTIOX TO BEGINS ICRS. When living machines becouic loss costly many young Australians will be seeking adventures in the air. That is foreshadowed by the num ber of applications received bv the Defence Department for enrolment in the Commonwealth Aviation Corps. Mr Eric Harrison, one of the instructors engaged by the Federal Government, is himself an Australian. •, In an interview Mr Harrison said that f^'iug could be taught easily when the pupils, who should be be tween 2o and -5, had the necessary qualifications. A pupil must have aptitude and line sense of touch and judgment. "There is workshop practice and practical flying-,'' continued Mr i .Harrison, "There is as much to be' learned in the assembling and tun- • in 7 up of the machine as in actual i Hying. Of conrse, it takes some I time for the pupil to become ac jf.uainted with aerial sensations. "After preliminary instruction, ^he pupil in the pa...
THE Mount Alexander Mail FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 6, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 6 February 1914
Fil'I DAY. FEBRUARY, G, 1011. ITEMS OF NEWS. I ±—; Yesterday morning a Uuulseekcrs' train passed through here for the Rochester and Fcliuca districts. It was well iilled, and about a dozen residents of this district .joined the train at tlie local station. Air T. F. keid, manager of Ball and Welch's local branch, leaves to-morrow morning on his annual holiday, which he intends spending in Sydney. He sails by the Wan dilla to-morrow afternoon, and will be absent lor over three weeks. The Happy Valley I.ake scheme is not being l'o root ten by the Depart ment, ami in conformity with a promise made by Mr Cutani when lie was here recently, Mr (!. lvermode and a (Government surveyor were oil the site yesterday getting the necessary data on which to build a scheme. They will supply the infor mation they have gained to Mr Catani, who will then report to the Minister of Public Worktfc There is an impression that the Government will contribute liberally to the scheme. Ic is understood that th...
RACING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914
RACING NOTES =t: (By. "Trident,") Trainers of jumpers in Sydney complaiav bitterly of vine apathy ol •the cross-country horsemen in that city. They state that it is almost •impossible to g'ive tlieir charges proper schooling lessons owing to the diliicuUy experienced of getting a suitable rider. Some oi' the, trainers think— the A.JA- should take the matter iiv hand, and cancel ■the licence ol any jockey who did ■not keep himself in proper condit ion b.y riding," work on the training tracks. Over one hundred applications ■have been received for the position of V.R.C. stipendiary steward, re-1 cer.tlv vacatcd bv Mr Griffiths. The V.R.C. committee have invited' the assistance of the other clubs to help in selecting a suitable man. Kilmeadon, who reecntlv won the Anniversary Handicap at Rand wick, scored again on Saturday last in the Rose-hill Handicap. Brit ain and Below- were second and ithird. The owner got tlie nice price oi 10 to 1- Kilmeadon s last 'eight races have resulted in t...