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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

WASTED AND GENERALj \\tESTERX .MARKET, 2 o'clock. This Day, sale of pictures. Carter, Amos ami Co. pOR SALE.—Gent's bicycle, B.S.A.. nearly new; bargain. Apply. 1'. Desmond, Moonlight. ^ASTE PAPER FOR SALE; Clean; Cheap. Apply, Mail Oflice. LET,—'J-roomed comfortable (iweliiny:. Camp Crescent, every i convenience. Carter, Amos and Co. = TO LET.— Opposite Market. Forest | street, brick house, seven large J reoni?, inspection invited. Apply. ?, WfeitfliH, comer Campbell and Har | SriiVo> si roe; s. IS >.Vjr.—S-rooiuod coliat;<\ inuh £ . - miming M;u-kv'. S'iuan\ g ••••!''■.• • .Mail ufric?. I^AKi'hH v; lait'Ht. i'l 2t-ads. A. Yerev and Co. P^AMOs, Organs, sold on easy terms at Pedler's, Allan's Agency, wirne prices. g J'QR ne?,' and secondhand gent's and fjg , , 'ady's bicycles, tvres, sundries, Si «a repairs to ail makes. J. A. Pensom, sireymaSae Cyc5° Y;°rks- Margraves ^ °°KED MEAT'S and Choice Daia ■ t|, best quality small goods, p'^.^^Voodward's. Fresh daily. L-"1...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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WANDERING CATTLE A RESIDENT FINED. A CUNNING COW. SHE KNOWS TOO MUCH FOR ME." [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

WANDERING CATTLE * r. A ■RESIDENT FINED. A CUNNING COW. I "SHE KNOWS TOO MUCH FOR I . ME." . 1 'rn % I'oucc court proceedings were taken si .Mrs Teresa Moon, she being h vner of a cow found wandering „ B il street with no person in charge o | Defendant pleaded guiity. . I E. Housden, Borough impounding ^officer, said he saw the cow in Bull land Hargraves streets trying ail the a gates, and later on saw her again in j | Ball street. i | The PiM. : Why don't you impound i | Witness : 'I can't; that's where I am Stoat p The P.M. : it is cunning, and knows ft too much? " i § "Witness : Yes. She knows too pi much for me. The P.M. : Here we have a cow § wandering in Bull street, and it ap |r pears it cannot, be eaugln. I Defendant : The children sometimes I leave the gate open, and it gets out. | A fine of 2with 2 0 costs, was ! imposed. I.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

rrTrmfB m Uiuii^iu is can almost cla;i7i for our jasu by reason of the close loca tion of tsur packing plant to the orch Krd This explains the delightful and delicious Freeh Fruit Flavor cf enclit J?? . mi If yo« Ske good, wholesome jam— msdft trszr) the richcst of ripe B'uid'go VnMrj and Mountain Home fruit, picked /ust when at its fulness of flavor snd guaranteed prepared under the caos* hygienic conditions- -Leggo's Progress" Jam will be th6 brajid youU useist on. Oniir & i&3 HHk. O&tainafc's from most sfarekss^rs H. M. Leggo & Co. MaznfasSursrc, Bendiss Est. 1851 !Sil|§|P \k i | Gh&mbsrlsiZfi & Cough Remedy is the nios | prompt and eii^ttsal medicine in v~3 for thh | complaint, It. sets on nature's plcn. loosem | the - cough, relieves the lungs, opens ihi i secretions and eJds nature to restore ihs 9 to a he2.1 thy condition. yiixs cr-vrrr.^-^: s #ilo ii. £t : .-v»\v v -o - : / /t< ^v- ,/ \ )v-,, W-Awo--/, \ */ The child...

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MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. FIRE BRIGADE V. MANCHESTER UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

F MINIATURE R:VXGE COMPETITION. BU1GXDE V. MANCHESTER f.VITV. The a bore teams met in a match in 'lit miniature range competition last ^ nig-in, and ihe r.osult was a win for ^ Mdiciiestcr Unity by IS points. Scores MANCHESTER UNITY. ^ J Roach ., ■Sj V Duncan I G bson ^ ^ btone P- ' H Ross £, \ Lang 3 Co^an R. Stinton Total FIRE BRIGADE. 'P. Botieu S. Leech W. Sincock Collicoai A. Metherail B. Martin , ] T. Campbell .. .. ]' |' ■T. Rasmussen Tola! 467

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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MALDON WATER SUPPLY INDIGNATION MEETING. OSWALD'S MINE CLOSED DOWN. POSITION BECOMING DESPERATE. HEALTH OF TOWN IUHEATEX cED. MINISTER INVITED TO VISIT MALDON. MALDON, Friday. When [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

MALDON WATER SUPPLY indignation meetisu. I; OSWALD's minE clOSED DOJfo I 1'OSrrlON BECOMING DES- U l'ERATE. HEALTH OF TOWN IUHEATEX cED. MINISTER INVITED TO visit MALDON. " 1 MALDON, Friday. tl'1. ..M « » " 1.. l iiuav. Wlien it became known vesterda morniiijr that owin^r to the short' K ag;e of water Oswald's Gold I had to close down leavporaril-.- * was realised that the position ' " :■ far as our local water supply V,S° : concerned had become serious ^ ' some prompt action was necess^ ' to awaken the Water Supply' tv' !• partment to a seuse of their dm*.! ■ towards the public oi Maldnn ' have been very much neglected ' •'! ■" this regard for a number "oi yc.a-'? / Consuqnentlv Cr. Walker and tH« ' Shire Secretary, after consult^.! £ with a lew of the leading citizen^ ' decided to call a public" meeting ' straight away with a view to t-£ intr. immediate action in the matte:" and the result was that a hastn called meeting, held in the Shiri Hall last night, was largely"" a, rended ...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. j Silver never tarnishes if a pieco of rnmphor is kept in the silver-chest. i A glass of very hot milk sipped , when going to bed is said to bo a euro "or temporary insomnia. If the .salt cakes iu the cellar during 1 lamp weather, put a few grama of rico in with it. If a- ribbon slips out from the lira- ' jerie beading, try sewing a tiny but ton on each end of the length. A few shreds of candied lemon-peel impart a delicious flavour to baked )read-pudding. An old felt hat cut io a proper size .ind shape makes cosy soles for boots md shoes. A few dry bay leaves thrown on to the firo will fill the room with a plea sant and lasting perfume. Tooth-brushes should bo occasionally dipped into boiling water to disinfect them. They will also last longer. A rusty iron can be speedily made smooth by rubbing well with a mixtura salt and beeswax. When making- flaky pastry pass tho Hour through a scive before mixing, \nd use water sparingly. Try cleaning yew brasses with furni tu...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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CASTLEMAINE V. M.C.C. AND M.R.C. COMBINED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

CASTLEJI-AINE V. <M.C.C. AND St! MjR.C. Crv\?nr\-tfn 0 i Wednesday last a representative gj an of the local club journeyed to 3> ^ '1 amsiown to try conclusions aga f a strong combination of the Mel | uurne Cricket Club and 'Melbourne ft Hfi Club. Although the home team %j ^3=4 a victory over the visitors by §V joints, ana despite the trying woa g. J"" conditions, a very good shoot was | 1 orded. At ihc conclusion of the £ Co. the visitors were entertained I ff 1 dinner by the combined teams, and £ a unci by the evening train. |r~ The iop score of: the day was put to-J 4. z Wr by C. Williams (m'.R.C.). with a I p capital shoot of 84, he only losing one P° at, and was closely followed by ^ * -iat crack Bisley marksman, Stan. Ed ^ards, a club mate oi the former, with Y for the losing side, T. Arthur was e;r best with one point less. I The* conditions were 10 shots at 500 f ^rds, and 7 shots at GOO yards, _ 12 & 10 to count.. Only one possible | '-iie iongest rang...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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GUILDFORD'S SANITARY CONDITION CR. BLINKHORN'S STATEMENTS. THE OPPOSITE VIEW. PAN SYSTEM NOT REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

GUILDFORD'S SANITARY CONDITION I * » ICR. BUXKItOR.VS .STATEMENTS. J THE OPPOSITE VIEW, i PAX SYSTEM NOT REQUIRED. Guildford 1ms achieved notoriety at last (writes our Guildford correspon dent), and thanks to the Shire Coun cil. its name is well blazoued around Victoria by this time. In Thursday's issue of a Beudigo paper there appears a paragraph headed, "Insanitary Township," and any stranger reading this paragraph, would cotue to the conclusion that the street gutters were veritable rivers I of aightsoU, and that one conlin't walk up a street without disappearing in a imire of the same filth. Ti'C M.A. Mail correspondent can recollect a time, not so far distant in his memory, when any pedestrian crossing the Loddon bridge, would encounter a most pestilent odor, but lately he hasn't noticed very much wrong with the ozone. Cr. ■Blinkhorn. who in bringing up the case for a sanitary contractor, or rather a night pan system, is made re sponsible by the press for these state ments, was...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

Mamma's going ta wash me 13aby's chief churm lies in hia soft and lovely skin. To acquire thufc purity and delicacy of skin health useRcxona Skin and Facial Soap. Washing with Rexona Soap first takes away nil impurity and dirt, then softens the skin cclld and acts as a tonic upon the cuticle, so that the elasticity is strengthened, and tho result gives the soft bloom of health that wo see in early youth. Nolhinii so promotes and main tains the purity of the complexion, hands and hair under all con ditions as docs Hesona Skin and Facial Soap. It c^cda in purity delicacy and rrsgraiwo, for it is medicated on the samo principles as the famous Kexona Ointment. Pom, If" per Tablat MEDICATED SOAP ACHED ALL OY-^ "I had influenza, with aches aru pains all over," says Mrs, E. S. Will? ams, Price, S.A. "I was getting worst every minute, and did not know whai to do for myself until I rememberec that a friend had told me Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy cured liis influ enza. I sent my daughter for ...

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IRON QUITS. RAILWAY HOTEL TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

ikon- quoits. HOTEL TOTTftVi\TRYT ffle'thiVfl TUU K.\AMBNT. ird i-or the season vill take place at the ends situated in front of the Railway Hotel, 011 Satur day week, February 14th. This inter esting game is being quickly revived, ' and with many young players coming on the high standard of a few years ago will soon be reached. Trophies and cash prizes will be given for the rest 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 15/ to the runner-up. 'Nomination is 1./, and entries close 011 Thursday, February 12th, at the Railway Hotel, and T. Hodson's saloon.

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CONTRACTORS' RIGHT TO OLD MATERIAL THE HOSPITAL CONTRACT. COMMITTEE REQUESTS RETURN. AN INTERESTING SITUATION. DIFFERENT CONTRACTORS INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

CONTRACTORS' RIGHT TO OLD MATERIAL ....... . THE HOSPITAL CONTRACT. COMMITTEE REQUESTS RETURN, AX INTER EST IXG SITUATIOX. DIFFERENT COXTRA'CTORS IXTER YIBWDD. An interesting question was raised at the meeting of the Hospital Com mittee on Thursday night regarding the right of contractors to the posses sion of material removed in the course of reconstruction of buildings. Recently the committee let to Mes srs. Burck and Slingo, a contract for extensive repairs and alterations to the north wing of the Hospital. The contractors are now proceeding with the work, and at the last meeting it was reported that Messrs. Burch and Sling0 were removing old material. The House Committee reported to the General Committee that they had in structed the secretary to write to Burch and Slingo, requiring them to return the material taken away, and to cease from removing any more. The president (Mr Thwaites) in cal ling attention to this clause in the re port said that the material being taken away in...

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SUB-INSPECTOR JONES HIS DEPARTURE FOR THE CITY REFERENCE AT POLICE COURT. HIS WORK EULOGISED. REGRET AT HIS DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

SUB-INSPECTOR JONES ■■ HIS DEPARTURE FOR THE €LTY REFERENCE AT POLICE COURT. HIS WORK EULOGISED. REGRET AT HIS DEPARTURE. Sub-Inspector Jones made his final appearance as prosecutor at the local Police Court yesterday, and left for South Melbourne by the afternoon train, that centre being his headquar ters in 'future. At the conclusion of the business of ihe court, .Mr A. Barlow, P.M.. said lie would like to say that this was •the last appearance in the court of Sub-Inspector Jones. It would not be right to let him go before saying they were sorry to lose him, but glad t that he had got a more remunerative position 'in Melbourne, but one which entailed an -enormous amount of work. Mr Jones had shown that he was not, afraid of work, and had al ways conducted his cases in court in a gentlemanly and courteous manner, and his skill and ability had beeu a great help to the bencli. He was not factious or a persecutor, but had done his work in a straightforward and 1 gentleniauly way. On b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

DISORDERED LIVER. "For disorders of the liver and sto mach there is 110 better medicine than Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs (Margaret J. Watsoi., Emerald, Q. "I suffered with bad headaches caused by a disordorc-ii liver. Hearing my customers speak so highly of Cham berlain's Tablets, I thought I would try what they would do for me. After the first few doses I noticed an impro vement and after I had taken a couple of boxes found myself Quite relieved of headaches, which have not returned." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Whole sale Distributors.

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WINDSTORM AT HARGOURT FACTORY ROOFS BLOWN OFF. TUEES KNOCKED DOWN. PONY INJURED BY FLYING SHEET OF IRON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

-WINDSTORM ATHARGOURT FACTORY KOOFS BLOWN OFF. TUBES KNOCKED DOWN. POXY INJURED BY FLYING SHEET OF IRON. Yesterday (writes our Harconr; cor respondent) was probably the hottest day of the year, and the heat "was most oppressive. At about six o'clock heavy banks of clouds appeared on the western horizon, and it appeared that 'a welcome change, accompanied by i rain, was imminent, but only a few peals of thunder occurred, followed by wind of hurricane force, which , wrought considerable damage. The force of the storm appeared to be greatest in the vicinity of the rail way station, and through the town ship proper. At. the station trees were hurled to the ground, and the roof of Mr ilor ton's case factory was almost comple tely torn off; sheets of iron being streAvn in all directions, and some car ried for considerable distances. One of the sheets, which was evidently be ing carried with tremendous force, struck a valuable pony, belonging to Mr :H. Woolnough, inflicting an ugly gash ab...

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B. GRADE. FOUNDRY V. B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

B. GRADE. I foundry v. b. grade. To-day two matches will he pla yed by clubs representing- Foundry W)CiaU0ii and District B. Grade As- ( ■ M°uld<?rs xr>ll incet. Hav rmiTt on M'rttanaid's Flat, and Fitters Zi Woollen Mill, on t?»« Western Re-j Owin- Barker s Creek and Castle-1 jiiaine being unable to get teams, the j Boilermakers and Church teams will' not be playi^o Woollen -Mill J. Evans, W. Gaul-1 ton. C. Halmshaw, Colin Johns, J. j 'Murray, J. North, J. Parkinson, F. Snackenberg, W. Snackenberg, R. ■Smith. T), Williamson. Emergencies j ^Ciive Johns. W. Besrers.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS —-— CRICKET, DISTRICT competitions. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. There will be no play in this com petition xo-day, the date beiug a vacant one. An Association team will pjav a Maryborough Association team jj, the Camp Reserve.

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BIFLE SHOOTING. DISTRICT COMPETITION. CASTLEMAINE V. TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

BIFLE SHOOTUfG. i DISTRICT COMPETITION. ? b' CASTLB.MAINE A". TAR AD ALE. ^ Tae following will represent Castle !n -i ne Rifle Club in their matcli aga n«r the Taradale club, which is to be a ared at CasUemaine to-day :— s T. Allen,-junr., T. Allan, senr., T. Ar Thir C. Bertuch, P. Botton; J. Blakely, v- R. Fisher, H. Govett, S. Leech, W. ■J McMahou, J. Sands, W. Sincock.

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ASSOCIATION MATCH. CASTLEMAINE V. MARYBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

ASSOCIATION match. CA3TLEMALN"e V. MARYBOROUGH. I This afternoon. on the Camp C 1 ;ervo, a match will be played be | -\;en tea ins representing the Castle ! maine and Maryborough Associations, Is"- ajd. as fie latter have twice defeated jp B iiarat this season ii must be a I" c rons eleven. Play commences at |L i J'-Pa5t oue o'clock, and some good ^ i cket can be expected. A charge of |<- - \ience is being made i'or admission i jo ground. Tie Castleinaine association will be r p pseuted by :—Ellis, Fcrrinian ' iMu'don), G. Hill, D. Xorris (Barker's | Cretk), J. Xorris (Foundry), * H Hj'1!, Pritchard, Seelenmeyer, R. £ W Tea (Harcourt), Iredale, AV. Free-■ \v maj (Castiemaine), with Burns (Foun-{ In) as twelfth man, and HibbenJ ? (Maldofl). as thirteenth man. „ j

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

shipping intelligence, -■ * ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Friday. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day were :—Loongana from Launcest'on ; Levuka from Fiji; Warilda from Syd ney: Biimimbeet from Newcastle; Wauchopc from King Island; iCanstatt from Gothenburg; Southea from Cal cutta; Luncburg from Hamburg.

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ROBERT GEORGE PROCEEDED AGAINST SERIOUS CHARGE. FALL'S TO APPEAR. WARRANT ISSUED FOR ARREST. TELEGRAPHS THAT HE MISSED TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 7 February 1914

ROBERT 6E0RGE PROCEEDED AGAINST ^ $ SERIOUS CHARGE. FALL'S TO APPEAR. WARRANT ISSUED 'FOR ARREST. 'TELEGRAPHS THAT HE MISSED TRAIN. Robert George was proceeded aga inst on summons to appear at the local Police Court yesterday morning, on a serious charge of indecent assault. Sub-Inspector Jones appeared to prosecute, and Mr Barlow, P.M., Dr. Wool ley and Mr A. F. Arkinstall, J.s.P., were on the bench. There was no appearanco of the de fendant, but the following telegram re ceived from him at Bendigo was read by the iP/M. : "Missed train; please postpone case; "coming later." ■The P.;M. ; He doesn't say when he will arrive. Sub-Inspcctor Jones said he didn't wani to put any obstructions in the way of any man on trial, but George should have been here. He objected to any adjournment over that day. George could have come last niglu. If the bench elected to adjourn the case to a later hour lie would not object. The P.M. : I was going away to-day. Sub-Inspector Jones: The next train from...

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