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

JMUM Ladies-Embroideries-Ladies THE YEHY in:ST AT ,'i<I AX1) :»Ad PER YARD, \ EXCEPTIONAL OFFER FOR THRIVE DAI'S. USUAL PRICE. Sdd PER YARD. Hayes and Harris' TIIE HOUSE roil QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE. Phone 106. The Fruit Season IS >"MY WITH US. AND BOTTLING IVILL BE IN FULL SWING FOR THi; NEXT FEW WEEKS. DO YOUR JARS WANT RENEWING. OK EXTRA ONES REQUIRED, IF SO a,3ea.«a. GOWIsIMG Can supply ail Ilia- is '.ranted in Jeliy Jars, Jam Jars, Covered Jars, Mason Jars, Spare Lids, Spare King's, lioitliiig Wax, Aluminium, Enamel* led and Copper Preserving Puns. CALL AND iNSPKCT OUR .LARGE STOCK. CARTXR and COWLING l'Xl YERSAL IKON.110NGERS. AUCTIONEERS' NOTICES. Adams and Blakeley AUCTIONEER & ESTATE AGENTS Oldest Established Firm (20 years*. (F. W. Adams, Auctioneer and Sworn Valuator). HOTEL AND SHARE BROKERS, STOCK & FARM SALESMEN, INSURANCE, MACHINERY, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. FARMS, ORCHARDS. HOUSES, FOR SALE & TO LET. IcENT COLLECTORS. i REG...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ROBERT GEORGE CASE BESDIGO COURT PROCEEDINGS. ACCUSED MAKES A STATEMENT. SNEERS AT THE POLICE. BAIL REFUSED. The Bendigo "Advertiser" contains the following, under police court news, in yesterday's issue: — [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

THE ROBERT GEORGE CASE * * BESDIGO COURT PROCEEDINGS. ACCUSED iMAICES A STATEMENT. SNEERS AT. THE POLICE. ■BAIL REFUSED. The Bendigo "Advertiser" contains the following, under police court news, in yesterday's issue : — Robert George, a young man. -Ac.-, charged with indecent assault at Cas tlemaine. Constable Earnshaw deposed that he arrested accused 011 warrant on Mon day. lie would ask for a remand to Castlemaine on Friday. There wore two charges against accused. In reply to a question by the bench, accused admitted that he was the per son referred to in the warrant, but said he would like to make a state ment to the bench. Mr Anderson, J.P. said he did not wish to stop accused, bm if he made a statement it might incriminate him. The accused : It doesn't trouble me in the slightest. I was summoned to the Castlemaine court on Friday last, imt I missed the morning train, and wired to the court to postpone the case for one week. Continuing, accused said he had heard nothing since, b...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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EFFECT OF HUMIDITY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

EFFECT OF HUMIDITY. j In hot weather less food is needed: Iiherc is more Mood in the internal organs. the -skin acts more, and die kidn&ys act loss, than in niiM weather. !ln cold wontiicr more food is needed : the skin nets less and the kidneys 5 more. There t> move desire for aciive i ?soreiso. 1-liinmluy reduces the actual I heat of the air in summer. Inn in j i-reases its oppressiveness, and makes i people lethargie and relaxed. The per spiration does not evaporate, and the pores get clogged. In cold wearhor dry air leaves the IkkIv free to rei-nii pi* give up ifs natural heat a<*coi-<liit£ to its needs, but moist- air bring-.* about a leakage of bodily v.'armili that is difficult to ;i;c-v;nt. Clolhes will not do it. and wind increases it. That if why wo feel damp cold so much more than dry.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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A NEW PRINTING INK. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

A NEW PRINTING INK. As the carbon of ordinary printing inks docs not bleach in using primed materials lor now paper, a French firm has patented a special ink- The black pigment is a compound from ;an-bark extracts acting on fen -; J sulphate; and this is incorporated 1 with resin or mineral oil and resin, or boiled linseed oil. In re-puipiny the paper the ink is bleached with an acid solution of a hypoeuloriue, thlorinc £'as, or hydrochnrie or oxalic acid, the pulp being* made perfectly white.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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SIGNALLING BY MIRRORS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

SIGNALLING BY .MIRKOUS. A novel signalling- system is being tried on German railways. Parabolic mirrors about eight and ;t halt" feei' long are iixed on au axle. on which they ate revolved by weans of electric ity. They are ''worked" during tho day by sunlight, and during the night ore light-eel up by elevtrieity. and are discernible at a j-.reat distance, even during Foggy wetuiw. It is reported that tliore is a probability of these mir for-sig-najs being used extensively on the German State railways.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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MALDON V. METHODISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

MALDOX V. METHODISTS. This ntatch was commenced at T\Ial <!.t. yesterday, when the locals batted firs:, and had knocked up 137 wheu the hsi wicket fell. The vistors then hatred, and at the close of the day's ; phy had lost two wickets for 47 runs. ! Dot ails t— MALDOX. First Innings. Slattor, b Jewell 1 B. Bishop, c W. Freeman, b Barnes 14 G. Bishop, c W. Freeman, b Barnes 14 Re'.i, b Barnes 0 Playes, b Barnes .. 11' G. Skitter, b Barn-ss 0 Mayton, b W. Freeman .. 44 Stcdsman, c Barnes, b .Freeman .. 24 Ro'.voU. noi out . ...... •. i VttVdcrv, c awi b Stevenson . . 1 Bamugaruier, not out .. . . 0 Sundries- ll> = Total 137 Bowling:— Barnes, 5 .for 29; A. Jew el]. 1 for 53: Baker, 0 for 16; Steven son, 1 for 13: Freeman, f! for 7. -METHODIST. First Innings. A. D. Freeman, no: out 17 A. Jewell, c Ferriman, b Hayes .. 0 I Freeman, c Ferriman, b Hayes 2 I L. Stevenson, not out. 25 1 Sundries 3 47

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. ANGLICANS V. C.U.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS CHICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. AXGL-ICANS V. •C.U.C.C. This iruuch was commenced on the ■Camp Iieser'.*e yesterday, and at the conclusion of the day's play C.U.C.C. had made ITS, and Anglicans had lost fivo wickers for o'o runs. The best scores of the day were -made for C.U. C.C. by Coldrey 70, and Robinson C>4 ;:; oft. For the Anglicans, Shelton not out, was the only player (except Sundries, IS) to rcach double figures. The most successful bowler for Angli cans "'as Hodson, who captured six xv'ioYeis for 40 runs, and for C.U.C.C. 3oto^ou' 4 10r l' Doiai's : — C.U.C.C. First Innings. If. c^itirey. b Shelton' 70 r House. b McKr.ight 24 -j'cl.ny. c I'ean. b Hodson . . .. -± p. \\\ House, b Hodson 11 p. Basset:, s;p., b Hodson .. .. 14 Sutherland. b Shelton .. .. y ■Robinson, not. out 34 i Johnson, stp.. b Hodson .. .. 4 Williams, sip... b Hodson .. .. :i R. Bassett. c, b Hodson ., .. 0 Berwick, b .McKuight 0 Sundries ,i Total IT.i Boviing :...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. CHEWTON V. CAMPBELL'S CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

ssi* rifle shooting. ••''mature range competition*. uiewtox v. campbell's creek were -la have coni ligh ?1,L' ran-e b;; "iffln. but Un-o reason rhe so-,r V;vok men wore not pre ih)-,-.v.!ol!owinS cxcclleiu score '?■ ^r'^h!: !HU l'!) Chewion : — iV M ' ■ r'' *';1 .■ 'V( n "• * (,{ n-:uir! •• M I'O'Onuiv «2 A's^ck •' f:} • • .. * . . ♦. Ov T,j!;U ?»*

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LAWN TENNIS. PRESBYTERIAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

IA1V>" TE>*>'IS. PRESBYTERIAN CLUB. Yesterday afternoon, on the -Presby terian Court, a loam from Yapeen club me: and were debated by the Presby terians, The scores were :—Presby terians, 6 sets 01 games; Yapeen. 6 sets, 5" games. Yapeen were cap tained by C. Smith and the Presby terians by R. W. Gates. Several exciting sets were played, •ind a most enjoyable day was spent. The visitors were entertained to af ter pen tea by the ladies of the Presbyie r«w Club. Following are the results -J', 'h- games played :— ft. W. Gates and D .Crawford (P) E. Kirkpatrick and G. -Mem (Y), Gases and Miss \Y. 'MeBeath 't'i Iost to C. Smith and Mrs Wilkin m. ."—g. 1. O'lirien and Miss E. Pensom (P) iC)i} to E. Kirkpatrick and Miss Srnir.h | I , !'- Cra-.vf.-.rd am.! M:?s K. George (P) "s: E. Kirkmttriek and Miss Smith iV.i. 4—>>. . i>- \\\ Gates and F. O'Brien (P.l 0. SaiitU and E. Kirkpatrick <Y> , D. Crawford arid Miss E. George ti\> <1. Mem ami Miss -B...

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JAPANESE CRISIS. MEMBERS FIGHT IN HOUSE. TOKIO, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

JAi'AM-SE I'll I SIS. m IS MEMBERS FIGHT IX -HOUSE. iOKIO, Tuesday. | Feeling in the Japanese political ; world is at present running very high, ' ana there was much excitement to-day 1 when a want of confidence motion was ; moved in the Diet. | 'Members, after hurling epithets at one another, came to blows, and Mr Ito, a 'Nationalist, was so badly hurt that he was finally carried out of the Chamber in an unconscious condtion. §The no confidence motion was defea ted by 205 votes to 163. 1 A great anti-Government mass meet s' jag was held in Hibiya Park during | the debate in the House, and wlien | the defeat of the motion was announc ed the crowd, which numbered 20,000 persons, rioted, and attempted to break down the gates of Parliament House grounds. Mrs Alice Jackson,, of Inkermau street, East St. Kilda, reported to tlie police on Tuesday night that a !r.aii had stolen her handbag, which contained 2o/. She stated that shortly after 8 o'clock she and -Miss Ruby James were sitting1 ...

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

HARC0U11T. At a special mooting of tlu> llarcurt Brass Band, .Mr Goo. Wilkinson was elected secretary, in place of Mr AV. A. Symes, who has resigned on account i of ill-health. A financial statement presented at tl">o meming showed thar the members of the band had not lost any of their interest in its ultimate success. The subscriptions to the band hive nor been as generous as tlio members might have expected, I whilst the expenses are fairly heavy; the weekly expenses for practice and rent amounting to independent of incidentals. However, the secretary was able to show a credit balance, the members' subscriptions having been regularly paid, whilst the attendances at practices showed an average of 19. On "Wednesday last, a most suceess •ful raoeniight. concert was held on the recreation reserve, a splendid pro gramme of music being rendered by the band, under Bandmaster Taylor, and was heartily enjoyed by all pre sent. In the current issue 01' the Educa tion Gazette, the vacan...

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BULGARIAN POLITICAL CRISIS. IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS DISAPPEAR. SOFIA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

| Wi-famx POLITICAL (MUSIS. | A I I IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS DISAP t PEAR. SOFIA, Tuesday. I Dr. Ghenadieff, Acting-Minister for | Foreign Affairs, has made a startling I announcement. | He declares that a whole series of | documents establishing the responsi | bility of the late Radioslavoff Ministry. | the impeachment of which is ponding, | iisi disappeared from the Jlinstrv of J Foreign Affairs, " '

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CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

'CAMPBELL'S CREEK. Old residents of Campbell's Creek will learn with regret. of the death of Oliss Millie Tredennick, a member of a very old and respected family well Un-own here years ago. The deceased lady expired at Ramsden St., Clifton Hill, on Monday. The family •were all higuly esteemed, the father being a platelayer 011 the railways. Her only sorrowing sister was a tea cher In the Education Department, and i was for very many years assistant in j the local school. ! At the monthly meeting of the Campbell's Creek Fruitgrowers' Asso ciation the president gave an interest ing address 011 the value of litmus paper in regard to its merits in test ing the spraying material, in order to j see if it was neutral, and so be bene- ! ficial. Illustrations were shown with j blue and red litmus papers, and the! effects produced was very instructive, j and showed that without the test how ! a pump full of costly mixture can eas- \ ily be destructive to foliage, or else be of no value as a s...

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WOMEN'S BUDGET FASHION NOTES AND HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

WOMB'S BUDGET FASHION .NOTES A.ND HOME HINTS. A feature of the millinery of the i moment is its* very small size. It brim is rolled, turned hack or up wards, or again it is quite con spicuous by its absence. Kvery self-1 respecting! woman must have a black velvet hat. Wherever one goes the black velvet hat with its brim of lace and tulle seems to be» iirst favorite, and it is worn with almost every kind of gown and cos tume. The trimming is still of the grotesque order, and tall plumes are unbending-, and uncoiled except perhaps at the tips. Tulle is very popular as a trimming .alv(j is fash ioned into bows, rosettes, or sim ply arranged in 11 at layers. As this is a charming and becoming fabric, and- is now made impervious to the rain, which formerly spoilt it, no wonder .it is popular^ Single . (lowers, such as roses, have been greatly used, and will continue to be popular all through the summer. Little posies of old world iield ilowers tied tightly to gether trim 'quite a nunvb-e...

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

WASTED AND GENEBAI. \\tAXTED.—Boys and girls. Apply, .u. once. AVoollen WANTED.—Markers, for ..Military ^ riilo vawue, Saturday. Apply. C. MucHvll, nnuekeeper. Th'^ • fecials.—30 boys , wins. >i?i each. Boys' t wood l-:nic --••■• iicvs. ] i,;. Straede's. -i.H'ED.—A capable, youug girl, a uoaH-aiaid. Apply, .Matron, Iios SWEDE'S Specials.—Iicavy cream , fsanneteiv, yard wide, 4 11 doz. collare-.tes, Vd. '.Hi, 1 wonderful ^\a\TED TO SKLL.—Good milking in,-.. m'» tb'n'd call. 1" quarts daily; lia leg-ropo. AppK. William Ton *'-'*?te-ad. b EtI.U,§ a; Siraede's.—Men's sing _ •-'» and underpants. white and ijij ]ijo largo quantity T° LET.—Q;;i.on Ann villa, corner H„. Hdrgrav*? a:ul Tomuleton streets C5'? occupied hv f. House, Esq.); ngsale. A Cheap MiU:>K*ry, Costumes, s'.r 'doast-s, i". ■ r holiday wear. " \\asTH paper for SALE; Clean; -n^P- Apply, Mail Office. S^coxd Hand Piano, sound, easy "-"nis, if required, at i'edier's. VOUR Photo enlarged, 15 x 12, brom ide enlargement, fro...

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BUGBY FOOTBALL. ENGLISH TEAM TO TOUR N.S.W. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

Hlr{,'BY FOOTBALL. I ENGLISH Tit:AM TO TOUR N.SAV.j LONDON. Tuesday. I A special meeting of the Northern Rugiby Union was held to-day, when n. cablegram from the combined Hu'jjbv Football Leagues of New .South Wales was considered. The message related to the admission of mtmibers of clubs on whose grounds international matches are vbeiug played. There had been previously a dispute on this point, and there seemed a possibility of the forth eonmisr tour falling tliroiigh. It was decided to-day that the con ditions rcsrardincr the admission of members were satisfactory, and it is probable that the team will sail for Australia on Apsil 17.

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE ANNUAL MEETING. A SATISFACTORY YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

MECHANICS' INSTITUTE ANW'UAL MEETING. A SATISFACTORY YEAR. llie 59th annual mooting of the sub-! seribers to the .Mechanics' Institute; was held last night, the -President (Dr. woolley) presiding over a fair attend ance. j ^The chairman, in reviewing the year's! w o.rk, said it had been satisfactory! from eye; v po'i.t of view. j The report and balance sheet, pre seined by the secretary and treasurer,' w ere adopted, as were the rules as re vised by the presilent, vicc-pres:'en V treasurer unj secretary, and 1 he com mittee were empowered to have the1^ rules printed. d'.ag the request of the Progress Association thai the reading room be made available for visitors, and mat a board bearing notice to that. >fT<><n be placed outside the building, the secretary was instructed to write and niiorm the association that by the rules of the association a visitor to the town could be admitted to the institu tion on application to the secretary, or on the introducti...

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

DISTRICT GORRESPONOENGE [ MALDOX. The annual meeting of the subscrib ers to the Maldon Athenaeum "was held on Tuesday night. Mr A. Dabb (president), presided. The annual report and balance sheet were adopted, and showed the receipts to bo £223 11/ (i.icliidin.:; a balauco of £103 from the pravious year), and the oxpendi-. ture was £177, which was £29 more than the yc;.r before, while the receipts were £-38 loss. The election •>:' of fice-bearers resulted as follows : — 'President, W. (Iron; vice-pr ;si lents. A. Gibson and T. B. Weir; treasurer. W. Rollason; secretary, J. J. Huish; auditors, J. Gay nor and R. Webster; commit tee, J. Bowen, F1. Hodge, A. Dabb, J. Hibbert, G. Clarkson, W. Mead and Dr. Gray. An honorarium of £5 was voted to the secretary, and the offer of 200 library books from Mr Clarkson was accepted with thank?. At a meeting of the Maldon Traders' Association held on Wednesday, it was decided to close* the shops on Wed nesday next, on account of the District Pion...

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COLLISION IN MID AIR. AVIATOR KILLED. BERLIN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 12 February 1914

COLLISION IX *tll> All't. AVIATOR KILLED. BERLIN, Tuesday. An unusual aerial aceideui—a col- , lision—resumed in an aviator losing his life .it Johamiisthal, to-dav. A bi-plane, carrying a pilot and a pas.-cnger, and a monoplane, in which was a pilot only, collided at a height ' of 100 feet. Deguer, the occupant of the mono- ■ plane, was killed, while ilie other two aeronauts were severely injured.

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

M AMUSEMENTS, ETC. GLENLYON RACES. WEDNESDAY, ttARCH itli, 19H. Unregistered. £42 TX PHIZES. SEND FOR PROGRAMMES. ENTRIES, FEBRUARY 21st. \V. H. GLENNY, P. J. .MURPHY, Joint Sees. JUNIOR Rechabites, meet To-niglu (Thursday), Rechabite Hall, in stead of Tuesday. TUITION RESUMED. MISS ETHEL SEEDSMAN, L.A.B., HAS RESUMED TUITION AT HANNAFORD'S. Prospectus at ilan naford's. PIANOFORTE, MUSIC, ETC. Miss eHhIENRY IS NOW RECEIVING STUDENTS IN PIANOFORTE, THEORY, 1IAH3I0NY, Etc. Pupiis coached for University Con servatorium, Melbourne, Royal Aca demy and Trinity College, London. Particulars at "Barringion," Har graves street, North Castlemaine. Castlemaine Technical School SO. 20. the liEST equipped w orkshops OUTSIDE OF THE .METROPOLIS. FIRST TERM STARTS TUESDAY NEXT, FEItRUAKY 3rd. Students enrolled for full courses iu— Electrical Engineering, •.Mechanical Engineering, Surveying, Draught man ship, Architecture, Assaying, Mining and .Metallurgy. Industrial and Applied Art Subjects, Industr...

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