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MINERS FOR AUSTRALIA. FREMANTLE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

MINERS FOR AUSTRALIA. F R EM A N T I. E, Monday Bringing 150 Rand miners to tralia, the -steamer Berrima is QU0 at Adelaide on February -3.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOVERNOR-GENERAL. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

I | GOVERN OR-G IvN I£ R A L. ! LONDON. Sunday. { Rumors of tlie retirement oi "\is* count Gladstone, the Governor General of South Africa, are not entirely without foundation. His proposed retirement is sot connected with industrial matters, but it is probably due to Lady Gladstone's ill-health, i ;—

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR LONDON LETTER BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

OUR LONDON LETTER ? BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN TOPICS (Prom Our Special Correspondent.) Although there are no specially Ite'tiUe^veu'lo1^ Arthur Stan lev K C.M.G., on his appointment as'Governor of ViCtona, ^, of course, more or less L ' position practically ca lmg tor^ « title Sir Stephen llenry 1 aiKU, Srn at Vork, W.A., * «»ll« KM. to.K.C.M.G., aiul Di . HarjN Brookes Allan, Professor of 1 at j olo-rv in the I niversity of Mil bourne, Sir Henry Allan ("k°iu <vt Geelong'), and Mr 1. lo■^,^■ A^r■eJlt-(itn^ral for N.SAN.., lia.e le-n made Knights Bachelor. 11. L. S Iota i.5s*n l'taukctt a«r r,v ulw lvas lw» "PPOintel (Ml.C,, has "hei.li Lieutcnant-Gov ernor of 1'apua lor some h\e >eais. lie is a native of S>'dn;?V J ther eatcd at the Grammar SvhooUlui. a,K!, after l.avii.g kcin ca led U, the P.ar at the Inner lempk, ie turned to N.SAV., and practised there. Later lie took command of the N.SAV. Irish Rifles, aiul tor his services in South Africa the commission oi Major m...

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

WANTED AND GENERAL^ ■Wa.S'TED.—A good horse, for deliv ery can. Apply, R. Fisher. r T.0SI.—Sunday night or Monday raoraiug, two ferrets (doesi; ! te"d:d. Detainer prosecuted. Return ' Oftco. tOOD turnout; Abbott buggy, har ness and good useful horse, in IspXlid condition, free goer; ideal „aa. "vili sell the lot cheap. Pariicu ""ife'p Manifold's, blacksmith. i.ET,—Queen Ann villa, corner j 1 Harirravc-s and Templeton streets r p -yoccupied by F. llouso, Esq.): ™ possession, Beckingsalc, :x.j")pbell street. j^XOXD Hand Piano, sound, easy terms. if required, at Pedler's. ssljfOIR Photo enlarged, 15 x 12, brom t>de enlargement, from any ptio -uouiit.-rd for framing. 6, >>. or fram . <>a lovely oak frame, J. V PC Borden s're-r-: - : W STC PAPER FOR SALE; Clean; I ^ c'?ap. Apply, Mail Office. HT.—iOpposite Market. Forest reet, brick bouse, seven large inspeciion invited. Apply, 1:- corner Campbell and liar S'reeis, T5 -St .. MEATS and Choice Dain ;S> best qualit...

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NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

|?h books, magazines, etc \ vorv briilknu Now Year number is vidod in ike February issue of the f'-isor Magazine, which shows no ' off from the high achievement preceding- Christmas number in liber variety or importance. Among lotion by famous novelists, for stance, are to be found a large sec instalment of Sir H. :ttider Ilag i's fascinating new romance from career of his famous hero, Allan termain. "The Holy Flower"; the otid complete episode in I-Ialliwell itcliffe's charming new series, "The te Horses." and one of the most litftii short stories of Devonshire and character that has yet come the prolific pen of Eden Phill . Among the other stories are a autifiii and touching little romance Warwick Deeping, a brilliant com by Dornford Tares, and a sirenu story of adventure by Fred M. .among the articles is an interesting it by Miss X. Madden, the well artis';, of a journey made by tSiersc-li and two friends with the Be f^uins to Wady Abu Salama on their pilgrimage. Charles G. D. O0...

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PROFESSORS EXCHANGED. SYSTEM PROVES SUCCESSFUL. NEW YORK, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

PKOFESSOKS EXCHANGED. '* SYSTEM PROVES SUCCESSFUL XGW YORK, .Mjudsy. As a result 0: ;lie eschar.p? oi' l'r.:- 1 versity professors tw*"t?en ;.:k- I'nU^d < Scares and Germany being wry sue- ! cessful, ii is now proposed ro exchange export business men, p.iomIisk:^, au4 financiers to tour and lectur;.

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BOMB EXPLODES. THIRD OUTRAGE IN FORTNIGHT. LISBON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

B03IK EXPLODES. TH'wlD OUTRAGE IX FORTXiCmT, IjISBOX. Monday. Yesterday night a bomb was explod ed at the entrance of the residence o' a former civic Governor of Oporto. A door and window were blown :o atoms, but nobody was injured. This is the third bomb outrage per petrated in the last fonniglu, and :i? populace is indignant.

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SOUTH AFRICA. DEPORTATIONS UPHELD. CAPE TOWN, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

SOUTH AFRICA. DEPOK'V .\T10V CM't TOV< It is agreed the press ci South. Africa that General J, V. Smuts, Minister for Defence, n^uie out _ a case f'>r martial !aand the de portation of the strike lexers in his speech when moving the second re-jdincr of the Indemnity Bill.

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ENGLISH PLAYS IN PARIS. THEATRE TO BE OPENED. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

! ~ I ENGLISH PLAYS IN PAKiS. THEATRE TO BE OPE.YE P. I-iOXDOY, Monday. It is announced by a Paris corres pondent of "The Times" that an Eng lish theatre, which *.vill produce Eng lish plays, is to bo opened in Paris. The first production iI; be "lis ; .Merc-ham of Venice.''

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WILL NOT RESIGN. RESIDENT HUERTA FIRM. MEXICO CITY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

WILL NOT RES1GK. ' ^ -» I'ttESlDKXT I1UERTA FIRM. MEXICO CITY, Sunday. General Huerta, the Provisional President, declare^ that it is liis in tention not to resign, lie being the onlv man capable o£ accomplishing the task assigned him j>y destiny. Mr P. W. llagelthorn, Minister for Public Works, at the next meeting of the Executive Council will recom* mend that an order be granted to light with electricity the to\ms o{ Nathalia atfd Mooroopna.

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TAXI DRIVERS COMPLAIN. MEETING TO BE HELD. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

TAXI DRIVERS COMELiI>\ MEETING- TO BE HELD. LONDON, Sunday. 1 Tired .of holding- midnight metst-j injrs, the taxi-cab drivers have_ de cided to meet to-morirov after-} aoon. I They will not strike, 1>ut will take J a day's holiday to, consider the dis- i DUti* - * -- LUL' 'quality CI petrol the employers supply. Two thousand five hun-dred men are concerned, ^

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AIRSHIP'S LONG FLIGHT. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

ATRSHIF8 LO\(i FLIGHT 7«n;i„ v., lJ°™0SA Monday. U .uunuay. ■[: Zeppelin VII., the new German ajf. v': ship, flew over Friederiehshafen -q PoTsdam yesterday in eigne and a hai> hours. h remained in the air for £ hours. f

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CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) UNITED STATES FOODSTUFFS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

CABLEGRAMS f (PER RBUTEE'S AGENCY,> [ ? 13'ITED STATES FOO&STUTFS, * LONDON, Cvlondav —» rr» , r? i"'i ~ • -.Monday The Tariff Commission has issu^ a memorandum. in which k is that the United States tariff aut^ pates the diversion 10 the u 1111,4 States 0? tho trade in foodstuffs anfl raw materials hitherto coming into t'a» United Kingdom from Australia, Can ada and Argentine.

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TOLL EXEMPTION UNJUST. WASHINGTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

1 TOLL EXEMPTION UNJUST. I WASHIXGTOX, Mond?v President "Wilson declares thai the exemption of coastwise shipping from the Panama Canal colls vou'd be eco nomically unjust. The newspapers applaud the attitude taken up by President, inn a bitter Congress fcba:? is expected.

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SENTRY ARRESTED. PARIS, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

! SE.VTKY AKBESTEP. + PARIS. Mondav A sentry at Toul has arrested" a German, who was carrying a camera, a telescope, aud a fort map, and was oxaminiiig; the fort. If is believed [ that he was a spy.

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MALMSBURY V. CHEWTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

MALMSBURY V. CHEWTON.   Sar-.HnSbury jourae-vcd to Chewtou on "leir 0PI,°" 'lowing are the scores :— G- Clark,j MaLMSBURY. ^ • Rose Kirby k Christian " -/cKeazk' . " • LaruiK r Healv "■ " " " • j fl(?Q]psou ,• Hitbber -• Sampsoii " .'I *" " " fotai 0. Field CHBWTOX. J; Starr -/• Be m lev A. Potter' Arcliboicl ■'ciueck ;; V "endra '* " * ' <; -• Williams .. n '' CDoiiald " " A^hbold '. " " " handicap " ] [ Total

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NEW BATTERY STARTED SOUTH WATTLE GULLY CO. OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

NEW BATTERY STARTED SOUTH WATTLE GULLY CO. OFFICIAL OPENING CEREMONY. There was a fair crowd at the official opening of the newly-erected 10-head battery at the South Wattle Gully mine, at Chewton, yesterday morning, in cluding a number of prominent metro politan and local mining investors. Mr J. Archbold, Chairman of Direct tors, was master of ceremonies, and in troduced the Hon. H. S. W. Lawson. M.L.A. who, he said, had kindly con sented to perform the opening cere   mony. He spoke in high terms of the keen interest Mr Lawson had always taken in the mining industry. The engine was then started, and the customary bottle of wine was broken on the flywheel by Mrs Merryshaw, of Queensland (daughter of Mr Arch bold), who christened the battery "The Victor." Mr Lawson then made a brief but pithy address, and alluded to the part he had taken in framing the mining laws, and said that a new Bill was now before the legislature, which he hoped would materially assist in re vivin...

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EDITOR HORSEWHIPPED. VANCOUVER, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 10 February 1914

li 1)1 TOR HORSEWHUTKI). VAXCOUVER. Monday. Miss Mari© Lloyd, the variety ress, has not been permitted to re enter tho United States from Canada.^ Objecting to some criticism in Vancouver ""World," she unobtrusive}' entered the editor's room with a horse whip concealed in her rmift", and thre shed Muk The staff was called, and Miss MsT'e Lloyd then left quietly. In a lew days the temporary^ ar rangements for starting" the monwealth Aviation Corps vnll have ■teen -cri^u definite shape. The tents to be used as shelters aw* hangars should be erected tins week, and then the equipment u'ul be conveyed to the aerodrome, Point Cook. Flights may be taken •while Sir Ian Hamilton is in ^ 'c" toria, b,nt it will be some months beiore, the corps ,is thoroughly e:>" tablishcd. Three hundred yoiWff [Australians have asked to b^ e,I< [rolled as members ol the corps,

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WIRELESS WIZARD. MARCONI PERFORMS FEATS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

WIRELESS WIZAKJ). MARCONI PERFORMS FEATS. LONDON", Tuesday. It is stated by "The Daily Mail" that jlr Marconi has lighted a lamp at a distance of six miles by means of wireless, and also telephoned a dis tance of 100 miles without wires.

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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) PRESIDENT ELECTED. ANOTHER RICHMOND AFIELD. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.^ l'ltESIPEXT ELECTED. ANOTHER RICHMOND AFIELD. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Tuesday. general Zamor has been elected Pre sident of Hayti, but whether this will restore peace is uncertain, because another revolutionary leader is still ■n the field.

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