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EXPEDITION FINANCED. STATEMENT DENIED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 11 February 1914

EXPEDITION FISA5CED. §TATE.UKsT DB.VIED. LONDON, Tuesday. S^r Eniest Shackleron denies the - Statement that Sir J. }I. Bernie gave 10,000 to Jauncii Sir Ernest Shackle /"ion s expedition to the Antarctic. ^ He states that the first donation f§gkas one of £35,000 from an anony f&iious friend.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

r-\i >: ;..l s . ; -i" t-,'-r <*::0 __ __ . . . s=r> p?aotv/ QUbifeL iwn V.ii ;7< Con<i~r.i!y v,-? with t"- v: - new c.r.d sccur.* :~o an adjunct I? . jr the most supC'.'Ior Come and ec« t: beautifully mscit. li • r. -s ::*>::Hcr. to tuppiy the public u:e i"> !-e rolftirsd. hrth •!. 0.:r frivate Sa'srcor^s bo:-. bi-sH-.ensu»ic3 its fa se-l •.-l-.c^pc.- than t:;;e-vhs:e. i..;:. t idc:.s :-v. iiecrcoTT! SulUs, >Tv:-u.-'''y reliable in every respect. 319 colling - COUNTRY Or.i BOURNE sp mssaxv3SB6SBW£sa lazmBZsssssxrjia sp&.sssss'Mssi^szi : a nil Bi * rt;i P? $ / /M0U if) C-";£k0sk'3u v '/■'/•'/•'/%!%&'* ' *r~ - „ , " ^ ~ v - - ^ •* V - - * ly" ^ '■ >.**- N - 1 - \ ii Chainl&rJ&i^e Cc~j.gh Ilsrnsxy h ilo mot ji proxi;)? and efi&zfueJ sns&ehiz in xtss for & q coiap&hit. l£ tcf.3 ox nature's jzlzsi, Jcqzsz j* - cozjglz, re.ijgves t&c Ivx&s, cr-^i: ih f| sccre...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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THE LATEST PHOTOGRAPHIC MARVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

THE LATEST PHOTOGRAPHiC MARVEL. X-Ray photographs can now r taken at a sinjflo. "ib'.sh" by - of an improved ap.pat a:e>\ <"'o bodies all the wv><\ au'. an.----. '■"■ radio-jvranhic work. The advantage to medical men of being able lo s line a sharp X-ray photograph in th onc-thousnndth pan of a second !• obvious; it means sccuimg a p■ graphic image in which the >na\i'm;::: of detail is obtained. there bring" no- ; time for the patient to make ;-iv i movement ounns the oxno-u;v. j It is not many years shu'e rv;v„v. • surcs had to be long a minutes and half an hour, free;'.; ?nth causing' pain and inconvenience ;•-■ t'-r patient. Improved apparatus. large currents, hrovgUt down <hes exposuves to a few seconds '..nit de feature of the new apparatus is that an absolute, instantaneous picture i sccurcd by means of a single brief contact which closes the elcctrica1 circuit. By mean? of this apparatus a scrie of radiographs car. be taken tapidb one...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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SENGHENYDD CO[?] [?] TER. SERIOUS CONDITION DISCLOSED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

SKMOHKN V I>I> HM.i I! '*\ ri:u. * SERIOrS COX D IT 10.\' DISCLOSE?. I.OX DON. TuciJiy. A miner ii.miod Tiior-.:o:i. 5iv;:; ovidor.ce to-day ;u ;!u> Office: n^ry into iho a: Se: ghenydd (Wales) i:i Oc:c-last. »'!& jvcr 4ui> rueu thrir ?.U3 .iccusiukuions o:' c.ij .\v-r-: - :he overseer of :It-■ -vlio PK , isiied i:i the disaster. general his-ruotio:; :ha: eas ».is .0 a brushed out. The Con::iii«$io::or ;... -: evidence of Tho • '^vs rol:ii"-e •• disclosed a very serie::.- •• , affairs. t

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MR A. A. KIRKPATRICK. FAREWELL DINNER. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

Mli A. A. KIKKl'ATKIl K. FARICsVBI.L n!.v.\i;u. j A iarc^\.;i djnnor is be .cadiVc-i • !o Air A. A. Kirkpatrick. Ajr-viT-tiets■' • ral for South Australia, on March Ii: ; prior to h's departure for 5.nrli A':? ' traUa. : Mr i.-'-v'.- Harcvur:. : State for :ho ColorUs, prvsid?. ■ ;

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HEALTH CONFERENCE. AUSTRALIANS CONTRIBUTE PAPERS. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

HEALTH ('PVFERKMI, AUSTRALIANS COXTIUIU'TE ?*?. ERS. 1 .OXDOX. T.;:?ii2v. , T:io Victoria crsan&U I combined Health Cand Ei ; h'.biiiou. to bo opened a: :1k- Imper* j In stum? on May 1<. ' Sir Charles Maekvl'.-r. M.L.C. tX.S hv.). Dr. J. W. Rarrv;-. Me-iboii-?, • Dr. Ornvlsro", Mis:- Cyh*:- r:son. M: ; G. H. Kn'-bbs U'o:n:i;-.>.:-.v---a::h Siatir ! ncianV ar.d F>:\ Tr-iby K--:;. o: X** ! Zealand, have prowis*-! paper;.

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GERMAN FOREIGN SERVICE WARSHIPS. TWO FOR AUSTRALIAN WATERS. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

GERMAN FOKEIOV SKHYICj; iyAlli SHIPS. I TWO FOR AUSTRAL:AX V.'AT£-; ] i j BKKMX, Tuesday. | The "Cologr.o Gazette" announce, i to-lay that the Gorman Admiralty £{: decideci to sol as:do 'J 7 ship? ?q't f'-jV o!sr:i service this y-rir. in^ad .>» •••', usual tio. The two •• x:r:i •• • ss . • v ;;; v.- ....... | for ;he extension of •.!;•■ hydrosiajO! eal service hi A ustrav.i;4-r?.

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ASPARAGUS ANALYSED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

ASPARAGUS ANALYSED. Asparagus belongs to the family of plants—Lilinceoc— that includes unions leeks, and garlic. Each of those vege tables contain a small quantity of sulphur in. the form of an oil. The presence of the sulphur is more notice able in onions than in asparagus, but if shoots of asparagus are left in water for a few days the odour of onions developes and becomes quite strong. The food value of asparagus is slight, and much of it is lost in the process of boiling.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

COMMERCIAL, ! BEXD1G0 STOCK '.MARKET, f The supply of cattle forward was a reduced one to the extent of 100 head on last, week's yarding, and the small est number that .lias been 011 offer for any week for some time past. The quality all round, however, was .fairly good, and although there were only occasional pens of prime and choice bullocks. Quotations :—Prime bul locks. £9/17/6 to £10/17/6: good useful do., £8 to £3; .medium and light, sorts, £6/5/ to £7/10/; prime cows, £7 to £7/16/; good useful do.. £-5 to £6; medium sorts, £3 to £4 10/: prime heifers, £5 to £6/5/; pri me vealers, £3 to £4/3/; good useful veale-rs, £1/15/ to £ 2/10/. ■Sheep.—'Prime sheep continue to sell well at the local sales, and although they were not quite so firm as the sustained rates of las: week, still there was very liule deficiency, and the bulk of the best descriptions were cleared in the private sales, local and outside butchers accounting for the largest proportion. Quotations :—Prime crossbred w...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) KENT REEKS CRUELLY MURDER. ED. CORONER'S VERDICT. POLICE IN QUANDARY. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

CABLEGRAMS (per reuter'S agency.) kem reeks CRUELLY SrCRDtB, ED. —.— I CORONER'S VERDICT. POLICE IX QUANDARY. LONDON. Tuesdav i At. tiie inquest on -he body of jj,.. jReoks to-day the Cornier. ia'recorV-t a verdict of wilful murder asVisv seme person unknown, said tliatVa-1' was not the siiirhre?■ doubt that Rwv had been cruelly murdered. ""i3 The police are quite unab!/ 'o a?Cs. tain what brought Recks to th? nei^ borliood, nor art- they nble to tra'i his movements after he W\ l.iv?rp0^ They are making •.•-.Kjutry hr.oV-" tain telegrams which wrra s-.-n: byri'! American .sailor.-! from Liv.-rpoo; • Wolverhampton norifyinj: that sos!-! one was visiting a iri-'nd. These messages w»-r.- w. ou .*,s same day as Reeks ieit l-ivvrpooi. !

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SCIENCE NOTES & NEWS. SOIL STIMULATED BY BEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

j SCIENCE NOTES & NEWS. SOIL STIMULATED BY BEETS. An explanation of the improvement of European agriculture in recent years has been sought, and in Germany it is attributed to soil stimulation from beet culture. From the books of eight scattered estates where beets havc becn grown for sugar Doctor Li'ien thal finds an increase in the yield of .vheat of 5.95 bushels per acre; rye, 1.00; barley, 6.51; and oats, 5.77. Cattle have increased, and the net in come has been raised by as high as seventy per cent.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

IX-DIGESTIOX AND HEADACHES. -i AD XO DESIRE TO EAT. GOOD l-'EA'i.'i'H RESTORED BV Dli. MORSE'S FXD1AX HOOT PILLS. "Seeing ono of your pamphletd same roars ago." writes Mrs S. A. Tebblt?. 3i Oiinda si.. Quarry Mi!!. Bondigo, j "and at sua; ^ period being comple.ely run down, having loss: consider able weight, I decided to give Lir. .Morse's In dian Real Pills a rrial io rec tify wluii; I con sidoreil !,-> 'be Indigestion. .1 suffered much iwiili flatulency and sick -liend Mrs. S. A. Tebble. aches, and bad From a- photo. lit tie or no do sire io eat. These symptoms soon vanished under a course of Dr. Morse's ndian Root •Pills. .My digestion i.m );• oved aud rIie system generally was .oned up. My weight again became icrmal, aud I have never had any hing to complain of since. I recom end them to my friends and have ;very faith in your medicine. You can ltilise these lines if you think fit. I un a mother of sixteen children." Flatulence is caused by impcrfect ligestion. The food ferme...

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MEETING BARRED. PROHIBITION TO CEASE. CAPETOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

a -MKKTIXttS 15A UK.ED. s PROHIBITION TO CBASE. j CAPETOWN, Tuosuav. ! General J. C. Smuts. Minister for Do- i fence, intimated in the House of As sembly yesterday that a prohibition of public meetings is to be immediately withdrawn. Whether those employed all ilie year round at the State agricul-. tural farms are to receive annual leave o£ absence is not yet decided, but Mr \Y. Hutchinson, the Minister | tor Agriculture, is a1>out to consult t the manager 014 the point- 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

GOT VERY WEAK. ".My boy Jack was very bad ">vith Diarrhoea," writes .Mrs M. Loo, Forbes, X.S.W. "For tjuiic a fortnight. ho wan ill and goi very weuk. My husband bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy ami to our sur prise one dose completely relieved him." Sold by Geo. Clark a ad Son, Wholesale Distributors. Many springs in the Kilmore dis tiiet are drying-, up, and this is re garded by some old settlers as a si<><u thai a nood rainfall will be ex perienced early in the autumn, Dur ing Lhe drought, some years asjo, the springs were very active, and could be setu bubbliuo- along- their courses. TO DO OTHERS GOOD. "1 have been living in S.W. Queens land for thirteen years," writes Mr J. ft. T'mdale, editor of the OunuamuUa "Watchman." "During thar time ] have been subject to attacks of Diarr hoea and have always round Chamber lain' 's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. 1 can recommend it to anyone suffering from that com ...

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SANDY'S PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

SANDY'S PROPOSAL, ? I 'Had the bashful or bungling wooer of the following story been Irish, in stead of Scottish, Sr. is probable vliat the lassie in the case would not have ■been called upon ro define 'the mean ing of his attentions, Sanuv and his lass had been sit ting side by side hi silence for a loug time. %\\Iaggie," said he at last, "wasna I here 011 the 'Sa.wbath nieht ?" "Aye, 'Sandy, I daur say you were." "And wasna 1 here on Mo:iday nicht.?" "Aye, sae yon were." ".And I was here 011 Tuesday nieht, and Wednesday nichi, and Thursday nielli, and Friday nieht?'' "Aye; I'm thinking 4hat's sae." "And this is Se'terday nieht, and I'm here again?'' "Weel. what for 11c'? I'm sure your've very welcome."' ".Maggie'' (desperately), "wiumnan, due ye no begin to smell a rat?"

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UNION GOVERNMENT DENOUNCED. PREAMBLE TO INDEMNITY BILL. CAPETOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

r.VIOX fJOYEKXMEXT DEXOU-VCEI). PREAMBLE TO INDEMNITY BILL. -! CAPETOWN. Tuesday. | Mr F. 11. Creswell, the Labor load-' or, in the course of a speech in the ! Union Parliament, in opposition to t.lie ; deportation of the strike leaders, as- | sorted that xho preamble to t.he Indem- ! nity Bill contained statements making : a monument of mendacity. The law I already provided a penalty for inciting persons to cease work. The charge ot" [reason preferred against the strike leaders "was the flimsiest since the ease of Titus Oatcs in the reigu of Charles II. He admitted that there 'was a con spiracy. but the conspirators occupied the Treasury benches.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

ARE SO I'LEASAXT TO TAKE. I wag inclined to bo constipated, and was always compelled to have a laxative," w rites Mr Hugh .MeXaush ton,_ Lmbeek, Yic. "Chamberlain's j j -U'JOvS wore rpcorir.ncnded to mo and ! a row doses relieved mo of Ui-'S trou blesome complaint. I think -:o IvVniv ot tnem that now I take an occasional (lose, winch helps to keep me ia aood "faith. Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, \\ aoIoHale Distributors. * Di. Lyman Abuott at a luncheon at the Colony Club in New York, was goodhtinioredlv arguing the sulirage question with a prominent smlra-geltt'. '*>-ow, doctor,'-' said ' the sniiran-ette, 1'there's one tiling! von must admit. A woman doesn't iyrow warp;'d and hidebound so quickly as a man. Her mind keeps ) onno-er, fresher.1' "Well, no won der." Dr. Abbott retorted, "Look bow often she changes it!" DiSOivDEl.'ED LIVER. "For disorders of the liver and sto macii ibere is no be; tor med'chia :h-ui Ciiamt3ei'Iai)i s tablet^,' writer vJrs Margaret J. Watso:,, Emerau!,...

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FRUIT EXPORT TRADE COMPLAINTS BY GROWERS. OFFICIAL REPLY. CARELESSNESS OF GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

FRUIT EXPORT TRADE COMPLAINTS BY GROWERS. OFFICIAL REPLY CARELESSNESS OF GROOVERS. As a reply to the growling about bungling ami delays in handling export, frtiir traffic at Williamstown and Port Melbourne, a long circular (writes our Campbell's Creek correspondent), has been issued by the Superintendent of Export !vom the Produce QrUcers, and inters that from intiusries made a great deal of the trouble was cruised by gro wers themselves, and the following in stances were given in support of this contention : — That (he name of the cons'gnee whom the fruit was despatched ar Wil liamstowu or Port Melbourne was no: shown. The name of the steamer by which the fruit was to be shipped was emit ted from the consignment note. In showing the number of cases for expert—proper description is no: spe cified—and apples have boon described as pears, and vic.e-vers;?. 00: isionally particulars were shown as so many cases of fruit, instead of whether pears. appk-s, or plums, etc. Kind 01" timber -...

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A TELEPHONE TIME SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

A TELEPHONE TIME SAVER. A neu- device that will be welcomed by many persons who make frcouem uso of the telephone is intended to save the time usually waited in '•;> -Id nig the line." The aopa rat'.i> (Ous;sis of u small irum>j?t thai i:!nt»;n:(;es sound, and a platform behind the trumpet to ho!*} tlie iolenhono-i-cc. or. -"When the person at the teWihene is asked to "hold the line a moment." he places the receiver on Lhi.< ph.;!'o:m in such a way that ii vM-: position with the ear-piece »:i<" the small end of * the mag;n::y'::.j; i;- > !i He can then continue whatever i\->rk lie was doino- until lie hears the vo'c. from the horn; :-i"to;- that ho can use the telephone in the ordinary way, or. if he wishes to make note-, or to -„ake j a message from i!:c'-.>tlo». he <•;<« cany ; on the whole conversation by mean - I of the trumpet. J

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