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MAN'S TENT HIS CASTLE KYNETON INCIDENT. POLICE INTRUSION RESENTED. KYNETON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

MAI'S 1ENT HIS CASTLE KVNETON INCIDENT. POLICE INTRUSION RESENTED. KYNETON. Tuesday. A;, the Police Court to-day, Jamc; Fleming was fined 1<>,. with 3 0 costs, for having assauked aai> threatened to shoot Constable of Tylden. 'It was alleged that the offence place near Fleming's teat, to wwey the constable had gone to deliver -1 State electoral roll schedule. The evidence of the constable S-1'1 another witness was that Fleming "i?* fused to accept delivery o£ _ schedule, that he further ~"se;ued as attempt by the constsbie to leave_i in the tent, and that he struck officer, produced a rifle, and threaten ed to shoot him. The defence was that Ficni'u.s "n , taken delivery of tlvj pch'->nu!e. J-bat ho had us»d only jusunaP*'' means to prevent the constable from entering his tent., which, in the snief: 1 firetation of the -Brfsish Ia»\ <yats ?!* jcastlo. v i _ i " I 1 wejity-four applications [■been _ receives! by the Inters [Commission in respect to chit...

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GIRL IN FRAIL CRAFT ATTACKED BY SHARK. SENSATIONAL EXPERIENCE. BROTHER DASHES TO RESCUE. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

GIRL IN FRAIL CRAFT ATTACKED BY SHARK. SENSATIONAL KXPi'RIENCH. brother dasiil-:s to rescue. s\dne\, 1 u^sviay, Hith a liuiigTv shark fullv 13 fee: Ion# charging' and recharpn-j a: ;her outrigger, Mass Emma. _ picas- . urg-, champion wouuyi sculler o: Australia, rgwed for her lite ou th: Georges River at Como this mora ing\ She reached the .shore .*u icly tikc a narrow escape. Then tiie shark turned its atten tion to Stanley Pickering,- -who was also in a shell endeavor ;r.A- to at tract the brute's attention from his sisterjs little craft. Miss Pickering, who was trainis; for the forthcoming i^atch vriti Miss Alma Larsen, accompanied b" her brother, left the shed at Oatley Bay and pulled into the Strega where she and Stanley Pickerij had a mile spin together. They pulled up somewhere oH Oat ley Point preparatory to rctnrcia?. and Miss Pickering "was talking to her brother, when .a -myre trian igular fm elided between the boat;, [and before they recovered iron: the !shock ;i &am...

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MALDON WATER SUPPLY DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. SYMPATHETIC HEARING. NO DEFINITE PROMISE. 3/ RATE INEVITABLE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

MALDON WATER SUPPLY DEPUTATION TO THE MINISTER. SYMPATHETIC 'HEARING. 'NO DEFINITE PROMISE. 3/ RATE INEVITABLE. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. A deputation from Maldon waited upon the Minister of Water Suppl> (Mr Hutchinson), this morning, to draw attention to the defects in the local water supply. The Hon. H. S. \V. Lawson, M.L.A., introduced the de putation, and there were present :— Crs. Bowen, Fogarty, and Walker, of the Maldon Shire Council, Mr W. Rol lason, representing the residents, and •Mr C. L. Calder representing the min ing interests. Mr Lawson said the water famine was getting worse at Maldon every ye;ir. The supply formed part of the Coliban scheme, and its defects .had been referred to in the report of the Railways Standing Committee upon (he subject. He, himself, had brought the matter up in the House on many occasions. Mr Swinburne and Mr Graham had both inspected the works, but so far nothing had been done. One scheme contemplated aa extensi on of the Harcourt garden race,...

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

. ■ - — « ■ ^ - .« »J-: . I COOKERY, :o: Home-made Lemonad®.—There are many wars of making lemonade, but tho following will be found the quickest and eheaposfc: Two ounces of citric acid dissolved in half a pint of boiling water; rind and juice of four lemons, ind pour over them one quart of boii .ng water. When cold add the acid; strain, and bottle. Two tahlespoons ful to one tumbler of water. Potatoes and Cheese.—Peel, boil, and mash eight large potatoes with a fork, then rub in half an ounce of butter, a teacupful of warm milk, pepper and salt to season, and last of all thorough ly mix in two ounces of finely-grated cheese. Put the mixture into a piedish, sprinkle over the too fine breadcrumbs and more cheese, brown, and thorough ly heat in the oven. Bring to the table in tho same' dif.h in which it is cook ed. and serve very hot. Emergency Beef-Tea.—Three-quart ers of a pound of shin of beef—freed from fat- and gristle--one tenspoonful of salt, and three gills of water. Place th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

important to every woman. JIRS. M. P. stewart, of tiie Head °.*wters Staff of "The Ladies' College 01 Health," 40 Elizabeth street, Mel ijourue, will visit ('astlemaine on llih February, and may ^ coaFulted a: the Cumberland Ho from ]0.;io a.m. till ti p.m. Every woman who is a victim of ^H'.eaUh, or who is threatened with >i crii_n;a.l oporatiou, and every "woman is disappointed in her desire to "d the noble mission of motherhood, j ^ouid sco^ ,ile sinful advice of Mrs j oie:.varr, who is the only lady visiting] jfasilemaine authorised to supply Dr. j U- M. Coonloy's celebrated Orange Lily i Ho^iiq Treatment. I Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d. for postage to r>, Ladies' College-of Health, 46 ™zabet'a street, Melbourne, for a free copj qi "Woman's Guide to Health," ^ oook which every woman should Possess,

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CAPTAIN COLLINS RETURNS. MISSION TO GERMANY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

CAPTALV COLLINS KETUUNS. «* I AflSSION TO GERMANY. I _____ i LONDON. Tuesday. 1 •Captain R. M. Collins, Acting High ■Commissioner tor -Australia, haa re turned from Germany. Ho state? that ho had satisfactory interviews with the head of the For eign Department in Berlin, who de clared that he was anxious to proaioto trade with Australia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

Mamma's going to wash me Baby's ohief charm iics in his so[t and lovely skin. To acquiro that purilv and dclieaoy of skin health use Rcxona Skin and Facial Soap. Washing with Rcxona Soap first t.iice.s away all impurity and dirt, then softens the skin cells and acts as a tonic upon tlx; cuticle, *o that the elasticity i-; strengthened,*ami the result give? the soft bloom of health that w o sec in early youth. Nothing so promotes and main (ains the pui ity of the complexion, hands and hair under all con ditions as does Rexon.i Skin and Facial &«n. It crcct;: in purity delicacy and fr&gi-anoc, for it i3 medicated on the saruo principles as the famous Hcxona Ointment. Prkc, 1/" per Tablet MEDICATED SOAP ACHED ALL OY^ "I had influenza, with aches ant pains all over," says Mrs. E. S. Willi ams, Price, S.A. "I was getting wor?* every minute, and did not know what to do for mysolf until I remeraber«c that a friend had told me Chamber lain's Cough Remedy cured his influ enza...

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NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

NEW BOOKS, MAGAZINES, ETC "Evcrylady's Journal" has been making it a habit, of late, to consulL a number of leading authorities upon various topics of vital interest, and publishing a digest of their views. In the February number, just to hand, for example, the question of moderate dancing is discussed, with particular reference to the Tango and other "freak" dances. Opinions are cxp ; pressed by leaders of the church and such notables as the Mayor of . St. Kilda; Miss Jenny Brennan, the mis tress of the ballet of Her Majesty's Theatre; Mr R. 0. Clack, the general secretary of ilie Y.M.C.A.; Mrs Fair bairn, one of the leaders of Melbourne society; and -Mrs Mary Gilmore, the well-known Australian poetess, who lived for some years in South Ame rica, where the Tango found its origin. This collection of views makes ad mirable reading, and it is illustrated with a' number of first-class photo graphs. The general opinion seems to be that, on' the whole, dancing is improving rather than de...

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LAUNCESTON WAITING. NO TROUBLE AT PRESENT. LAUNCESTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

LAUNCESTOX WAITING, NO TROUBLE AT rRESENT. LAU XCESTON, Tuesday. j The overtime stride proclaimed by [the Waterside Workers' Federation camc into force here yesterday. The Lamiceston branch obeyed ihe Federation, though there ^was no necessity for memlbers to work over-' time, so that so far no shipping | has been alTected.

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

i'OSTAL TIME TABLE. Avoca, clones 9.45 a.in. ; arrives at Castlemaine, 7.39 p.m., Tues., TliurB., Sats. Ballarat, closes 9.46 a.m. ; arrives 12.30 p.m. Bealiba, clcdes 9.45, a.m., Mon., Wed.; !fri. ; arrives ?.?.0 p.m., Mon., Wed., i^ri. Barker's Creek, closes 6.30 a.m. ; irrives 7.30 a.m. Beuciigc, closer 9.45 a.m., 3.30 p.m., uul 8.'15 p.m. ; arrives 7,25 a.m., 1 i.m., 8 p.m. Campbell's Creok, o.30 a.m., 3.30 :>.in. ; arnve3 11.30 a.m. Carisbrook, closes 9.'ib a.m. ; arrives r.30 p.m. Climes, closes 9.45 a.m.; arriveB r.30 p.m. Cliewton, closes 6.S0 a.m., 12.1f» p.m., mil 3.30 p.m. ; arrives 11.30 a.E2., 7.15< p.m. Down Travelling r.U., 14, closes J.45 a.m., 3.30, snd S.45 p.m. (Eehuca and intermediate places) ; arrives 1 p.m. am1 8 p.m. n^nolly, closes 9.45 a.m., 3.30 p.m. ; arrives 12.30 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Fryerstown, closes \5.30 a.m., 3.30 p.m. ; arrives 11 a.m., 7.15 p.m. Gowar, closes 10.20 a.m. ; arrives 3.30 p.m. Guildford, closcs 6.30 a.m., and 9.45 a.m.; a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

LONGER AGO T1IAX YESTERDAY. ** Yesterday is not loug ago, but two years is. To have been cured long ago, and to have been well ever since, surely means a permanent cure. Read ' what this woman has to say about it. Mrs A. J. Jenkins, Mollison street, Kyneton, says :—"For a considerable time my husband suffered a great deal from disordered kidneys. The ; worst, symptom was backache, and the pain he had to bear was awful. He got so bad that he could not move without suffering agony, and at last he had to take to his bed. He was attended by a medical man for a good while, and this cost him a lor of mo ney, but his treatment did not benefit him in any way. One day I persuaded him to try Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, as 1 heard this remedy well spo ken of. It was wonderful how quickly these pills acted. The first bottle gave him relief, and by the time he had finished a thorough course he was free of all signs of backache, and felt better in every way. 'We always keep •Doan's Backache Kid...

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BALLOT TAKEN. PORT PIRIE MEN JOIN IN. PORT PIRIE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

BALLOT TAKEN. ... PORT PIRIE MEN JOIN IN. I'OiTr PIRIE, Tuesday. Members of the "Waterside 'Work ers' Association have decided to fall into line -with the llelbourae and Sydney wharf lumpers regard ing the overtime question. A stop work meeting-, which was attended by over 600 members oi the union, decided to submit the question to a secret ballot. This was taken to-day, and the men de ckled, by a, majority of 300, not to work, overtime.

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TURTLES AS STEEDS RIDER RUBBED OFF. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

? TURTLES AS STEEDS ► ♦ RIDER RUBBED OFF. SYDNEY, Monday. turtles lai'.u'e enough for reckless visitors to ride are no\y promenad in.e; lite biff sandy beach, near Cowan Creek, -which is a branch of the Hawkesbury River. On Saturday a number • of camp ers saddled up, and were to be seen urffingr their shell-backed steeds throuo-h the shallow waters of the bay. One husre fellow, weighing over 3 cwt., ridden by an. enthus iastic "Tod Sloan," became un.tu.an aceable, and rubbed his rider off against a rock, in the shade of which was a nine-foot shark. The speed at wliicli. the dismounted joc key covered the 40 yards to ; the beach would have made Long-worth anxious. - -

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WATERSIDE CRISIS WAITING FOR THE COURT. CONFERENCE ISSUES ENPLAINED. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

WATERSIDE CRISIS 1 ■1 1 - WAITING FOR THE GOUtf. CONFERENCE ISSUES KX PLAIXLD. XLELB0'; 11Xl:, j'uesdav. Siupow-ucrs and waterside work ers were reticent to-day regarding possible developments c: the over time strike in Victoria, New .Scu.h Wales, Queensland, West Australia, and Tasmania. Practicallv everything now hinges on the compulsory conference tbut has been convened by Mr Justice lliggins for xto-morro\v afternoon. Employes do not expect to be able to arrive at an agroomeVit at the conference, but fli;y are hopeful J that their way has been made clear | -for an immediate settlement of the dispute by the Arbitration Court. Aether or not thev ate over-san guine will depend on the attitude of iVlr Justice Higgins when he. has heard the case for both sides plac ed before him. Work proceeded quietly at Wil liamstown and Port Melbourne to day. ' Each dav as the waterside strike increases more and more iuconveni ence is experienced bv the shipping companies and .the master steve dor...

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PIT SEARCHED. GAS PREVENTS DESCENT. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

PIT SEARCHED. T. GAS PREVENTS DESCENT. LONDON, Monday. Descent of the pit at "Ettiligshall, neai* which the boclv of Mr Thomas Reeks, engineer, of Sydney, was found with 'bullet wounds in his head, was prevented by the pre sence of carbonic acidjras. The police* proceeded to drag with srrapplinir irons, but nothing bear innr upon Reek's death was recover ed. The inquest is to be resumed to day.

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REFORMATORY PRISON WHAT IS BEING DONE THERE. FARM TO BE ESTABLISHED. PRISONERS TO BE HOUSED ON THE LAND. THE DAILY ROUTINE. SPLENDID REFORMATIVE RESULTS. LETTERS FROM EX-INMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

REFORMATORY PRISON . : Tj ■WHAT IS BEING DONE THERE. FARM TO BE ESTABLISHED. 'PRISONERS TO BE HOUSED ON THE LAND. THE DAILY ROUTINE. SPiLEXlD-ID REFORMATIVE RE SULTS. LETTERS' FROM EX-INMATES. As has been previously stated in the columns of 'the "'Mail," it is,the inten tion of the Government to establish in 'the Castlemaine district a farm that will be worked by prisoners from the local Reformatory .Prison, who will b? allowed a considerable amount of liberty for the purpose, after having proved by good conduct, at the Refor-. matory that, they are worthy of the trust that, will pe reposed in them. We understand that negotiations are ; at present being conducted for the ; purchase of suitable land, which in all probability will be within reasonable distance of the prison. The farsn ; workers will be housed at the farm on the cottage principle, and, of course, will be under expert direction in their employment, so that the farm in the course of a year or two will become a matter of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

Rabbit Destruction r>rnn)nir ivADir * FOB BUHKOW AVOItK. Xa^.SS33^01^ CHEAP, SIMPLE IT I AYS 'E3I OUT, snj EFFECTIVE. B£-i an<ihoIr^j eojb^ LAZE5MOUT is largely used by the Government and lead-n^ i of Australia, railway lands, reserves, reservoirs, channel? and' ments. "jLazemout destroys their harbor, success gur.inte^ij Price, 4G/per drum of gallons, cn train or boat, Mcihoi contains S00 charges, sufficient to destroy" all rabbits in "burro-?6, openings each. Price per gallon, 12/6. 56 lbs rock carh^T'01^ with each drum of Lazemout, price 12/. Lazenioitt is tho b^st adicator ever-introduced to Australia. Saves your fec\1, and hrYp*5 bales and bags with wool and grain. Xo landholder is co-iin'r. drum of Lazemout. "v Obtainable from our local agent, George Clark and ?«, r ■ F. Fisher. Maryborough; H T. Edwards, St. Arnaud" !•" " bKM5115^ ?rd; A. I''. Paten, Avoca; E. Jermyn.Ballarat.; C'ust aWVV<£'JV -irihrtli:<; Apcr.ts for Victoria.— U Ara:a." B...

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BOWLING. THE CASTLEMAINE CLUB. A. PENNANT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

BOWLING. THE CASTLEMAIXE CLUB. A. PEXXAXT COMPETITION. The A. pennant match against Kyn eton has been postponed, owing to the Kynoton seaside excursion taking plac Kyneton seaside excursion taking place to-day. Progressive pairs "will be played 011 the local green this afternoon, and players will be selected from those 011 fiio'green at three o'clock.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS - —7i~% — CRICKET, WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. 'Matches in this competition will be resumed this afternoon; the fix tures are :—Methodist v. Maldon, at Maldon; Anglican v. C.U.C.C., on the Camp Reserve. .Methodist :—Baker, Barnes, Bald win, W. Ebbott, Freoman (2), Jewell (2). Bragge, Stevenson, and Smith, players to meet at the post office at 1.45 p.m. sharp, so as to ensure an early start. C.U.C.C.—Coldrey, House (2), John son, 'Burns, -Basset!., "Williams (2), Sutherland. Sweeney, Sliuttleworth, r>U£' f?"- i1]ay starts aX ^ sharp. Anglican team Hodson, Shelton. Xoske, Teasdale, Dean, Stoiieman, O'Sullivan, 'Blake, Xewham, WL<?an, Kirkpatrick, Pritchard. Play ers to bo on the ground at 2.30 sharp.

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JANUARY TROPHY COMPETITION. CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

JAM'ARY TROPHY COMPETITION. CASTLEMAIXE CLUB. The above competition, which has attracted the attention of local marks men during the past month, on the ■Milkmaid's Flat range, lias been con cluded. and was won by T. Allan, junr., '•vhose score card showed one sliort of the possible, including handicap. Five trophic-s were set down for decision, valued in ai! at £3. The conditions '■■'ere ton shots (2 sighters optional),! a? 3<Ht and GOO yards. I The competition for the present Siuntk is now in full swing, under j muskerery conditions, viz., 10 shots, at 200, 300, 500 and 600 yards, and may be fired on any Wednesday or Saturday. Members should avail themselves of this opportunity to com plete jlicir musketry course. Trophies "•"'Jl bo donated by ibo club. The foliovvin? are the scores : — :;<nj COO Hen. Tl. • -uiun, juur. 1 ■ IjOJiCi) J: Ariour !t- Bcriuch Hands Tonkiu ^ Sincock ^ap>- Leech u senr v oV- ^sher & Morion ^ ■ -\!cMalio>i • AilcUl JJS- ...

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