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THE Mount Alexander Mail MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 February 1914

MONDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1914. j ITEMS Of NEWS. The Government survey party, under -Mr \V. Moore, tliaL has been engaged surveying the Workmen's Homes allotments in the vicinity of Castlemaine for three months past, is now at work at the Ulenluce and Vau^han springs, where the area •which the Minister promised the Progress Association should he re served, is now being; surveyed. Until last night the warrant taken out for the arrest of Robert George had not been served. The police believe that he is in the lo cality of Bendigo, but his exact whereabouts could not be ascer I taiiied, consequently his arrest has been delayed. The money raised at the recent Charity Sunday is now. available for the various institutions, and secretaries can have cheques for the amounts allotted to them 'by the committee on application to Lieut.-Colonel Newell, the Treas urer. The sum raised was £4-J lis •3d, of which £5 18s 6d went itij.ex penses. Of the remainder, £17 10s goes to the Hospital, and tho same am...

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THE MARKET. AUCTION SALES. SATURDAY, February 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 February 1914

THE MARKET. f AUCTION SALES. SATURDAY. February Till. Messrs. Carter, Amos and Co. re port having conducted their usual weekly sale of dairy produce, fruit and poultry, there being a very large at tendance of buyers, and every lot cleared at satisfactory prices, the fol lowing prices were realised: — Butter, short supply, firmer. Prime, 1/ to 1/1A; medium, 9Ad to lid. Eggs, supply falling off, big demand, firmer, I.1 Ad to 10iM. Bacon, none forward. Fruit. :—Large supply, slightly easier. Apples, eaiing. -1/ to 5/; cook- I ins, 2/6 to 3/6; pears. 2/; peaches, lAd to 3d; plums, 2' to 2/6; poor, small, 1/ to 1/6; mulberries, 2d to Su. tomatoes, 2/ to 3/9. i Poultry, good demand. Hens, 1/9 J to 2/3; roosters, 2/6 to 3/6; small roosters, 1/3 to 1/10; ducks, 2/7 to 3/S. Vegetables :—Marrows, 2/6 to 3/; rhubarb. 1/ dozen; cucumbers, 1/ dozen; beans, lAd lb; beetroot, 1/4 do zen.

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COMMERCIAL. CENTRAL AUCTION MART. SATURDAY, February 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 February 1914

COMMERCIAL. CENTRAL AUCTION MAflT. «$, — SATURDAY, February 7th. Messrs. Adams and Bla&eiey re port a good attendance at fneir usual Saturday morning's auction sale of fruit, dairy produce, poul try, and cleared all lot's at satisfac tory prices. Quotations Butter, S)d to 1/1"; eggs, 9£d to 10:{d; cheese, 7d; bams, 1/; bacon, lOd. Poultry :—Fowls, 2/' to 3/6; ducks, 3/ to 4/(3; turkeys, 12/ to 17/0. Fruit :—Apples, 2/ to 5/; plums, 1/6 to 3/; peaches, lid to 2d; tomatoes, 3/0 ease; mulberries, lid lb.

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IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 February 1914

! IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. i MRS. M. I'. STEWART, of ;he Head quarters Staff of "The Ladies' College of Health," 4G Elizabeth street, Mel bourne, will visit Castlemaine on 'Wednesday, 11th February, and may be consulted at the Cumberland Ho tel from 10.30 a.m. till G p.m. Every woman who is a victim of ill-Health, or who is threatened with ; a critical operation, and every woman who is disappointed in her desire to fill the noble mission of motherhood, should seek the skilful advice of Mrs Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Castlemaine authorised to supply Dr. D. M. Coonley'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. With the object of still further ad vertising tlie resources and the possibilities of Victoria to people overseas, the Department of Labor ...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Mr. Frank A. Hill reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 February 1914

BENDIGO PIG MARKET. I $ Mr. Frank A. Hill reports : — A moderate yarding of pigs forward, consisting principally of hamlweight baconors. A short supply of porkers and a limited number of stores and young pigs. Quotations : — Best baconers, £3/0/6 to £4/4/; others, from £2/2/U. Porkers. £2/7/6 to £2 IS/; others, from £2/2.'o. Sfores. topping off sorts, 30/ to -15. : slips. 2S ; suckers and small piss> lower. Milch calves to £2; small from Si. Carcase pork, to Gid per lb; veal, 2d per lb, according to weight and qual ity.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 February 1914

DEATH. MENZIE.—At Campbell's Creek, Sun- day, February 8th, Charles Allen   Francis, infant son of Frank Menzie, aged 2 years.

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LOOKS OF HAIR SOUGHT CHILDREN PURSUED. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

LOOKS OF HAIR SOUGHT —rr.— CHILDREN" PURSUED. MELBOURNE. Monday. As a result of having pursued seve ral children with a pair of hedge clip pers, with the avowed invention of cutting rheir hair, Michael Ryan, a la borer, was fined 40 or li days, at the Collingwood Court io-day, for having behaved in an offensive behavior. Ryan was also fined £5, or one mouth, for having assaulted Constable McConnell. Nonstable McConnell stated that he saw Ryan in Victoria street 011 Sat urday uiglu with a Pair of hedge dip pers, about three feet long, running after some children. Ryan, when stop ped, told witness that he wanted to cut | the children's hair with the clippers. 5 After that Ryan hit. witness with the clippers, saying that he was going to give him something to go on with. Ryan resisted arrest, but, after a long struggle, the handcuffs were put on him.

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHIXSTOXE. The starling promises to be a grea ter evil to sheep raisers than the or ohardists hereabout. as there are large flocks of these birds about, and they seem to delight in flying on the backs of the sheep as they are feeding. Doz ens at a time can be seen on the sheeps' backs, and it is not insects they are after as the sheep have all been dipped, and there are no insects or vermin in the wool. The sheep rais-! er docs not mind the birds having a joy ride, but they object to having j their wool so heavily manured. How-1 ever, It has yet to be seen whether the manure injures the wool or not, but if it does war will have to ba declared on them. The willie wagtail is fond of following sheep, cattle and horse3, and hopping on their backs, and pul ling our pieces of wool or hair to build his oes', but not so the starling, which simply flies on to the shea's back. ! and stays there for hours at a time. Last Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- ! day were three B...

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THE PIONEERS' EXCURSION FINAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

THE PIONEERS' EXCURSION FINAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE. A meeting of tlie Castlomaine Citi zens' and Pioneers' Excursion Com mittee was lield last evening, when final arrangements were made in con nection with the forthcoming excursi on on the 18th inst. The following members were present :—Mr F. K. Best, (chairman), the -Mayor (Cr. Cor nish), Cr. T. Martin, and Messrs. G. Docking, F. X. Goldsmith, G. W. Green hill, M. Fog-artv, T. Odgora, M. Van 'Heurck, and the secretary. The chairman and Messrs. T'. Odgers, T. Manin, G. Docking, G. W. Green hill, M. Van Heurck, and M. Fogarty, were appointed to proceed to .Mel bourne the day before the excursion, the frist.-named to attend to the gang ways, and the last three to sell tickets on the pier. Mr E. Taylor was appointed baud steward, a position lie has held for many years. It. was decided to make application far the excursionists to visit the Queenscliff Forts, and the Melbourne Mint. All arrangements have now been made for the comfort and co...

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EX-SOLICITOR CHARGED JULIUS FRITZ LEYPOLDT. MISAPPROPRIATION ALLEGED. BENDIGO, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

EX-SOLICITOR CHARGED — us JULIUS FRITZ LEYPOLDT. .MIS A P PRO P RIA T10 X ALLEGED. •BENDIGO. Monday. Exceptional interest was taken ai the Beridigo Court this morning in a case in which Julius Fritz Leypoldt, formerly a solicitor in Bendigo,, was charged with having, on September i 16, 1912, as the bailee of George Coop er, received the sum of £300, to be paid to Richard John Bennetts, aud with having fraudulently converted the money to his own use. Sub-Inspector Dwyer applied for a remand until February 23. He said that there was a great amount of work involved in the preparation of the case. It might be that the police would re quire a further adjouruement, but it1 this was so ho would notify Leypoldt's counsel. Mr Luke Murphy, who appeared for Leypoldt, offered no objection to the remand, but asked the bench to allow Leypoldt out on bail. The police agreed to this request and bail was fixed at a personal surety of £500 and two sureties of £300 each.

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FRUIT EXPORT SEASON COMMENCES SHOCKING RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS. NO LOUVRE TRUCKS AVAILABLE. DESPITE DEFINITE PROMISE. LOSS AND DELAY TO GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

|FRUn EXPORT SEASON GOMMENCES y. SHOCKING KAIT,WAY ARRAXGE JMEXTS. XO LOUVRE TRUCKS AVAILABLE. DESPITE DEFINITE PROMISE. LOSS AXD DELAY TO GROWERS. Thursday last (writes our Ilarcourt correspondent), when the fruit intend ed for shipment by the s.s. Argyllshire was sent from the local railway sta tion to Melbourne, where it will re main in cool stores till the date of sai ling, being pre-cooled before being placed on board. This vessel is spe cially fitted up for the carriage of pears under what, are now- popularly known as Somerset conditions, and is a sister boat of that now well-known vessel. The arrangements made by the Rail way Department, for the carriage of the fruit on Thursday last were the worst that have existed for several years past, and this is regarded by the growers as a very bad omen. Only one louvre truck was available, and five iron trucks had to be requisition ed io convey the fruit to the seaboard. Complaints were made, by the grow ers, but no satisfaction could...

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NEW STATE GOVERNOR ARRANGEMENTS FOR WELCOME. WARSHIPS MAY TAKE PART. MELBOURNE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

NEW STATE GOVERNOR « ^ ARRANGEMENTS FOR WELCOME. . WARSHIPS MAY TAKE PART., .MELBOURNE, .Monday. Glittering ceremony will mark the landing here on February 23rd of Sir A. L. Stanley, K.C..M.G., the new Gov ernor of Victoria. Should the Australian Fleet be in port, his Excellcncy will be brought to St. Kilda pier in a warship. Other wise, the Government steamer Lady Loch will be used to convey the Go vernor and party from the mailboat to the pier. On the arrival of his Excellency at the pier head, the Royal Australian Xavy will fire a salute, and naval mea will form a guard of honor on St. Kilda pier. The St. Kilda Pier and! the Lower Esplanade will be lined by Senior Cadets of the 13th Brigade. The 29ili Light Horse will furnish an escort to Parliament House, where the 64Ci\ (City of Melbourne) Infantry will form Uie guard of honor. Senior Cadets will line the avenue from Nic holson street entrance to the Exhibi tion Gardens as far as Parliament House. After the usual formalities ha...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. DISTRICT COMPETITION. CASTLEMAINE V. TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

BIFLE SHOOTING. DISTRICT COMPETITION. CASTLEM AIXE V. TARADALE. The above teams met on the Milk maid's Flat range on Saturday after noon last tor the firs: time in the pre set. iouYCit'Jv\\c>U, and the result was a ".vui tor t\ic former by S points, despite the large amount of handicap the lat ter team are allotted. Although a fair number of low scores were recorded, it proved some what easy for H. V. Govett, whose to tal only showed a loss of two points, he having a centre for his sixth and last shot. TV. East was the best for the losers with 44. Conditions were 10 shots (two sighters optional), at 300 yards, 12 aside, best 10 to count. The following are the scores :— CASTLBMA1NE. H. V. Govett 4S T. Arthur 46 C. Bertucli 45 P. Botten 45 TV. Sincock 43 T. Allan, junr. .. .... .. 4:3 T. Allan, senr, . . 12 J. Sands 42 TV. McMahou 40 Capt. S. Leech 40 Total 434 TARADALE. T".. East 44 ■1. -McCIure 44 W. Gran; 43 T. Maltby 42 E. Dorman .. . ] .! .. 40 •T- Cogger 40 ■1- TV. McClure .....

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DISTRICT BEAUTIFICATION LAKE AND MINERAL SPRINGS SCHEMES. SURVEY PARTIES AT WORK AT BOTH PLACES. THE POSSIBILITY OF GOVERNMENT HELP. RESIDENTS URGED TO GIVE ASSISTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

DISTRICT BEAUTIFIGATION v*- & U\KE AXD MJXERAL SPRINGS SCHEMES. SURVEY PARTIES AT WORK AT BOTH PLACES. T11E POSSIBILITY OF GOVERN MENT HEl,P. RESIDENTS URGED TO GIVE ASSISTANCE. Residents will have noted with great pleasure the prompt action that has been taken in regard to the 'Happy Valley Lake scheme. As our readers are aware, the surveyors are at work making a contour survey of the area. When Mr Catani was in Castlemaine he promised to recommend the 'Minis ter of Public Works to undertake the expense of the survey, aud the Depart ment lost no time in endorsing the re commendation. Whether the lake will be an engi neering or a financial possibility yet remains to be seen, but the local coun cil is to be congratulated on having pushed on the matter, and on obtain ing all the necessary data upon which to build up future agitation. At pre sent 'the residents are largely in the dark as to what, the scheme will cost, various estimates having been submit ted from time to time. ...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

ITEMS OF NEWS. [ Robert George, a warrant for whose arrest on a serious charge was issued last Friday, was appre hended yesterday afternoon at Bendigo. He was discovered, "by M'ounted-Consta'ble E a rush aw at Spring Gully, where he had been camped in a hut. George will prob ably be brought before the Bendigo Police Court this morning and re manded to appear at the Castlo maine Court on Friday morning, I When arrested he was teaching' the j children of Spring Gully School to ! sing. Yesterday morning Rev, F, A. 1 lagenaucr received word- of the death of his sister-in-law at Traral S'on. The deceased, who was the wife of Dr. llagenauer, of Traral gon, was a comparatively young, woman and left one child. Rev. F. A. Uaigenaucr left for Traralgon vesterdav and will return later in the week. Additional results of the examina tions in connection with technical schools t.cre issued yesterday by the Education Department. Among the students who obtained passes were the following from. Castle...

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MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. CASTLEMAINE I.O.R. V. HARCOURT A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

:,II-\'IATURE RANGE COMPETITION. 'astlbm;a-i.\e i.o.r. v. iiarcoukt m,.. a.x'.a. i!i anotw0,!- fi!-'ed last nifi:ht' ^suited Scores • ior I-O.R. team. a i,an i.o.H. ' •• f, y- to',v]C2 .'J' Joues Jones '' "' ^'c-wtoa & Barn«« • a°eie " *-*• >4 x :*g Se T°Ul A.X.A. F. Barnes G1 R Hampson 59 C. 'Bertaugh 59 A. Wirth 5G P. Gaasch .. 51 H. McDougall 19 W. Wirtli 43 W. Goble 43 Total 421

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THE Mount Alexander Mail TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

Tl'IPS DAY, lOjC HIUJAKV 10. 1014. 'We arc told language is given us to conceal our thoughts, and apparently this is regarded as a standard axiom by Governmen; Departmental heads. Promises are made by Ministers and lessor ol'.icials, bin. never fulfilled. The laicsi insnanc-o. is the deplorable shor tage of louvre trucks for the convey ance of die. Harcouri - and Campbell's •Creek fruit 10 the seaboard. The pro mise of the Commissioners to have a sufficiency of such trucks for the carri age of fruit was a definite one, yet the export season has commenced and hardly a suitable truck is available. Jron trucks have tD be used, and K will be almost a miracle if.the fruit is not parboiled by the time it roaches! the city, and if these are not on hand the ordinary open truck is placed at the disposal of the fruit raiser. Easy, chair philosophy does not count in this case. The orchardist has to work hard all the year, has to fight pests; risk low markets, and spend a consid erable amount o...

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THE DANGER OF WORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

THE DANGER OF WORMS. + _ Stomach and intestinal worms arc oue of the most common complaints throughout Australasia. Indigestion is a primary cause, or they may be produced by constipation, or through fhp paring nf rainfpr? fnnr? r>t* fnnr? hr» properly cooked. There is also the possibility of their introduction into the system in the form of cysts or germs in fruit and meat, so that all classes-of the community, irrespec tive of age, are liable to this com plaint. It is not alone the irritation and annoyance caused by these para sitical animals that infest the stom ach and bowels, but the more serious consequences which follow that must be kept in view. From the highly organised and sensitive parts which they occupy, worms give rise to great constitutional derangements, and produce a variety of symptoms, more particularly affecting the stom ach and head. Many cases of con vulsions, epilepsy, hysteria, St. Vi tus' Dance, melancholia, nervous dis eases and even insanity, have resul...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

IX MEMOII1AM. TU'MXEY.—In loving memory of our | darling nephew, AVally, who passed j away at Hargraves street, Castle I maine, on the nth February, 1U13, aged S months. "•He is not dead, the dew of heaven Palls 011 his sinless brow." —Inserted by his loving uncle and aunt, R. and E. Scoles, Guildford. TUMNEY.—In loving memory of my darling grandson, Walter Bernard, who passed away at Hargraves street, Castlemaine, on the 9lh Feb ruary, 1913, aged S months. A sweet bud in heaven. • —'Inserted by his loving grandma,, K. Sr.ansfield, Castlemaine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

DISORDERED LIVER. "For disorders of the liver and sto mach there is no better medicine than Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs •Margaret .T. Watsoii, Emeraid, Q. "I suffered with bad headaches caused by a disordered '.ivcr. 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 boxe.s found myself quite relieved of headaches, which have not returned." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Whole sale Distributors.

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