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THE FOUR C'S PROFIT TO DATE, £62/17/9. MERRY-GO-ROUND PURCHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

THE FOUR O S — -i PROFIT TO DATE, £62/17/9. MSRRY-GO-ROUND PURCHASED. A meting of the members of the Cas tlemaine Citizens' Charity Club was held last night, when there was a good attendance of members, presided over by Mr Hat t arn. It was repoted thai, acting on be half of the club, Mr Drummoud had completed arrangements for the pur chase of a merry-go-round from the Maiden Easter Fair Committee. A rough balance-sheet, submitted by Mr J. Tolstrup, the treasurer, showed that the net profit of the club to date was £62/17/9. This was made up as follows :—From Boxing Day, £9 7/0; New Year's Day, £-14/13/9; Foun dation Day. £S/14/3. The club now has 02 members. Messrs. Hume and Lee wero appoin ted honorary auditors. The thanks of the club were tend ered to Mr Weetman, for a donation, the Foundry band for services on A.'N.A. day. and io Mr Stoneman for the lcrau of a horse and cari.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

DISORDERED LIVER. ."For^disorders of the liver and sto Uiore is no bolter medicine than wtaniD,Plain's Tablets" writes Mrs l!,ar.-sar!:l ^ ao:.. Emerald, Q. "I Mificrcd wit.h bad ivadaehes caused a (lisordfrtn! !jver. Hearing my cusxomtrs speak so highly of Cham ^r.ain's Tablets, I thought I would they would do for me. After *'r=! few doses I noticed an impro I?lc;il*L apd after I had taken a couple c* uoxes found myseif quite relieved of ■leaaaches, which have not returned.'' ^olu by Geo. Clark and Son, AVhole WiO Distributors. Harry Xortliazu. butcher, 42, was ^arffcd at the Collitionvood Court ^■sicrdav with having stolen Irom '"s former employers, Bennett and •ooicock, Johnston street, a leg button valued at 2/6. Nortbam admitted the charge, was lmed -n default one month's im ^'Sr/Uaiont. ^elliuj; lightweight 'bread was ^le. charge laid against several husiuess people at tlie Footscray ,°urt yestcrdav. Ernest Kent was wed 1(5/, v.-itli'^V costs. Tlie Civil o<frv*Ce Co...

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THOMPSON'S FOUNDRY THE BOILERMAKERS' STRIKE. GENESIS OF THE TROUBLE. WHY THE STRIKE WAS CONTINUED. THOUSANDS OF POUNDS OF WORK REFUSED. FIRM'S WILLINGNESS TO REENGAGE STRIKERS. NO HANGING BACK NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

THOMPSON'S FOUNDRY M f THE BOILERMAKERS' STRIKE. GENESIS OP THE TROUBLE. WHY THE STRIKE WAS CONTINU ED. THOUSANDS OP POUNDS OF WORK •REFUSED. FIRM'S WILLl'NGXESS TO RE ENGAGE STRIKERS. NO HANGING BACK NOW. "Apparently despairing of arriving at a settlement with Messrs Thompson and Co., the executive of the Boiler makers' Union decided yesterday to send the boilermakers on strike at ■Gastlemaine—about 12—to other Stat es, where work has been found for them. The men's fares will be paid by the union, which has also supplied their wages while they were on strike. On Tuesday a conference between re presentatives of the union and .Mr D. . Thompson was held in Melbourne. It is understood that Mr Thompson de clined to set aside his Tight to employ skilled laborers in connection with the (crown staying of boilers. Jle, how ever, offered to separate the'laborers from the 'boilermakers at the works. The representatives of the union main tained that the crown staying was boilermakers' work, an...

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CUPID AND CROESUS. MILLIONAIRE WEDS MODEL. NEW YORK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

CUPID AA'D CEOESUS. * MILLIONAIRE WEDS -MODEL. NEW YORK, Thursday. Mr Arthur Gwynne, a lieplaew of Airs Cornelius Vanderbilt, who is a 'millionaire, has secretly imarried Miss Regina Kenna, a daughter of a New York plumber. The bride, who is a beautiful blonde, is only sixteen years of age, and was ■ an artist's model.

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BENEVOLENT ASYLUM MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

BENEVOLENT ASYLUM v- . 'i ■ . MONTHLY MEETING. Those present at the monthly meeting of the Castleiuaine Benevo lent Asylum Committee, held yes terdav afternoon, were the Presi dent (Col. Newell), Dr. Thompson, Messrs Van lleurck, Ireland, Bay lev, Philpots, Wham and Goudv. Arologies for absence were tender ed on behalf of -Messrs Rekl and Anderson. CORRESPONDENCE. 'J lie- correspondence included the following From the Secretary to the Com monwealth Treasurer, forwarding copies of the Amending Invalid and Old-Age Tensions Bill, 11*13.—Receiv ed, From the Seeretarv of the Camp bell's Creek Race Club, enclosing cheque for £1 10s i>d, being part oil the proceeds oi" the Boxing. Day I meeting.. — Acknowledged with' thanks. From It. Grose, manager of the Spring. Gully CJ .31. Co., notifying that £1 I8s od had been collected at the mine for the institution.— Amount received and acknowledged with thanks. HOUSE COMMITTEE'S REPORT. The House Committee reported on routine matters and recomm...

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B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

B. GRADE. The fixtures are :—Harcourt v. Barker's Creek; Guildford v. Woollen Mi!'; Muckieford v. Castlemaine.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET, DISTRICT COMPETITION, TO-MORROW'S MATCHES, A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS ? CKICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITION. TO-MORROWS .MATCHES. A. GRADE. The competition will be resumed to morrow, the fixtures being :—Maldon v. Castlemaine, atiMaldon; Foundry v, Barker's Creek, at Wattle Flat. Barker's Creek :—Michell, Norris: Hill (2), Reilley (3), Xormington, Grant (3). Cab leaves Old England Hotel at 1.45 sharp. C.U.CJC. :—ilredale, Robinson, Shel tou. Dunn, Sutherland, Spowart, Shu ey, Freemau, McDonald, .Barnes, P. House- Coach leaves post office at 1.30 ?.m foundry :—'Burns, Ivey, Metherall, .Norris. Peeler (4), iPritchard, Stew art. ^!ker

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THE CASTLEMAINE CLUB. MATCHES IN THE CITY. CARLTON AND EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

THE CAST LE-M AIX E CLUB. MATCHES IX THE CITY. CAulTOX AXD EAST MELBOURNE. 0:; Wednesday and Thursday next. C.l'.C.C. i 11 engage in matches aga inst the Carlton and East ..Melbourne clubs respectively. 'Last year the local players created a very favorable impression at Carlton, when, after a very interesting game, they were just beaten on time. In both matches C.l'.C.C. will pro bably have the services of Ray Dayley, who is now playing with Northcoie, and a: Carlton, Roy Jewell, now of East Melbourne. ill take The field ••vitit his former clubmatr-s. -Both matches commence at 11 a.m., atil most of the players will travel to Melbourne by the excursion trains which leave here early on Wednesday morning. A meeting of the committee will be held to-night, when final arrange ments will be made, and the players selected. Any player wlio is desir ous of taking parr, in either match, and has not handed in his name, is re quested to notify the secretary at once. i

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BENDIGO V. HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

BEXD1G0 V. HARCOURT. This match will take at Harcourt to morrow, commencing at 1.30. Har court team :—Douglas, Hill (2), Mc1jO.hi. Prirchard, Seelenmeyer, Symes, Rash. -Warren (4).

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MINING INTELLIGENCE, [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE, ^. At the Little Xuggetty, Campbell's Creek, the 'main shaft has been unwat ered to 150ft, and-the north shaft has been drained and work will shortly start in the latter shaft breaking stone. A Melbourne company has taken up a quartz lease at Campbell's Creek, consisting oif the Bolivia lease, and portion of the Ajax lease. it. is good country .and 'Well worth developing. The mine manager of the New Day Dawn Co., at Maldon. reports :—"in) l't level; rise over back of level north, 4Jit of stone, showing gold in break ing, estimated value one ounce per •ton." Spring Gully Freehold Syndicate clianed up yesterday for the highly Payable return of IGoz lodwt from 21 tons. The syndicate, since last report, has been driving north and south and doing a bit of s toping. The reef has widened out consider ably, and is now four feet in width in places, or an average of from two to three feet. Gold is showing freely in the stone in both drives and in the stones.

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THE Mount Alexander Mail FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

THE fjteiat gfasil FRTDAV, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. ITEMS OF (JEWS. 6— I ! Several meetings take place to j day. The Borough Council fort nightly meeting and the annual meeting of the tins Co. will beheld Uhis evening, and the half-yearly Meeting of the Woollen Co. is lixed* for this afternoon. An important meeting ol the local j branch of the P.L.C. is advertised j to take place to-night in the Royal Nail. At this meeting otl'icers for 1 he ensuing six months will be no minated. General Sir lan Hamilton, In ; speetor-Gciieral of the . Overseas j Forces, stepped from the Adelaide [ express at Spencer street yester j day morning. A guard of honor, I with a band from the Royal Aus i tralian Garrison Artillery, was I-drawn up outside the platform. As ! the distinguished visitor began an inspection of the guard, the baud played ~ "Annie Laurie," and later, in further recognition of the Gen eral's long connection with .Scot tish regiments, essayed "Will Ye No Come Back Again?" It was a j perti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

AMUSEMENTS, ETC. •P.L.C. IMPORTANT .MEETI'NG TO-NIGHT, Royal Hall. Nominations of ofil cers for ensuing six months, and ra ception of committee reports. D. RODERICK, Sect.v. TUITION RESUMED. MISS ETHEL SEEDSMAN, L.A.B., ■HAS RESUMED TUITION AT HANNAFORD'S. Prospectus at Han naford's. PIANOFORTE, MUSIC, ETC. Miss eThENRY IS NOW RECEIVING STUDENTS IN PIANOFORTE, THEORY, KAR3I0M, Etc. Pupils coached l'or University Con servatorium, Melbourne, Royal Aca demy and Trinity College, London. Particulars .at "Harrington," Har graves street, North Castlemaine. Castlemaine Technical KO. 20. THE BEST EQUIPPED WORKSHOPS OUTSIDE OF TIIE METROPOLIS. FIRST TERM STARTS TUESDAY XEXT, FEBRUARY 3rd. .Students enrolled for full courses in— Electrical Engineering, .'Mechanical Engineering, Surveying, Draughtmanship, Architecture, Assaying. Mining and Metallurgy. .Industrial and Applied Art Subjects, Industrial State School Classes. Trade classes for Fitting and Turn ing, .Moulding and Casting. PaMern -Mak...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE Hertzian Voice A STORY OF STRANGE ADVENTUR AND ROMANCE OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. CHAPTER XII. THE DOORWAY OF SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

| (ALL RIGHTS BESERYED.) I Hertzian Voice j BY A. S. ARTHJDIl. » ■ A STORY OF STItASGE ADVENTUR E AM) K03IA>TE OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. CHAPTER XII. THE DOORWAY OF SO UPRISE. "The fool—he's making fun of you!" said Durkin, with a second passionate oath. Frank was slowly refolding the pa pers, and replacing them in "the envel ope. "I don't "believe that's U," she said, meditatively. "I believe he is trying me—making this a test!" 'She carefully moistened the gum and resealed the envelope, so that it bore no traces of having revealed its concents. She stood gazing at her husband with studious and unseeing eyes. ".If be comes back I'll know chat I am right." she cried, with a sudden conviction, "If he finds that I am still here, and that his packet is still iutact and safe, he'll do what ho wants to do. And that is, he'll trust me with the whole of his securities!" She quenched the flame, and replac ed the alcohol lamp in its case. 'ilf he comes back," mocked Dudkin. "•Do you know wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

SO-YEARS'-OLD ECZEMA. — -g» ■ * SKIN LIKE R,V\Y MEAT. Sri.EXDID CORE BY ZAM-'EGK. Telling how ?;amjDuk proved equal to curing eczema that for 2-0 years bad defied doctors and all other treat ment, Mr Dix, ol' 44 Lower street. Leederville, P#>nh, W.A., says :— "For thirty years I suffered fearful pain and misery from an outbreak ol" burning, 5toiling eczema, round the jchu of my right knre. The constant !rr its lion was intolerable, and as 1 couldn't hell) serai tilling it, the disease gradually got worse and worse. .Many a rime I have scrai.c-.hed until the blood has run down my fingers and the skin looked jusi like n piece ol' raw meat. "All my efforts io find a cure were fruitless, and •! had doctors' treatment in Adelaide, Broken Mill and Vicioria. I had just about lost, all hope of ever being free of the awful disease when a friend gave ma. a pot of Zam-Buk. "I really used, it to please him, hut :iu- applications brought such relief thai 1 soon sen; for another pot from the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

Cliarles Domee-Carre, 62, hair dresser, of Little Collins street, Melbourne, last four toes of tlic left foot yesterday as the result of au accident at the Malvern railway station. lie was endeavoring to board a train .that was just moving out for Melbourne when lie missed his footing, and fell between the platform and the train, lie. was brought into the city and taken to the Melbourne Hospital, where he was attended to by Dr. W. I/. Robertson. Australia has opcnetl reluctant arms to Mrs Pro.xapi. The Com monwealth authorities decided the case on Wednesday. Mrs Proxapi came with her husband, a .Russian, to Sydney in the Japanese steamer Tango Maru. Formerly they lived in Manchuria. When refused admit tance at Sydney they came on to Melbourne. Grounds for admit tance are that Mrs l'roxapi is a ; bone-fide Russian subject, married to a white man. At the Melbourne District Court yesterdav, Stanley Dhurmdas, a driver, was iined £2, with costs, for having.worked a horse in circum stance...

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MURDER OF GIRL. MUTILATED BODY FOUND. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

}IUJU>EK OF GIRL. 'MUTILATED BODY FOUND. ■NEW YORK, "Wednesday. Father Hans Schmidt, who was last week found guilty of the murder of a girl named Anna •Anmuller, whose mu tilated body was found in the Hudson river, has been sentenced to death. He will be electrocuted on March 23rd.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCES, ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

"SHIPPING INTELLIGKNCB, ? ARRIVALS. TIODSOX'S HAY TVmrarl-iv i Among the arrivals in the Bay to-tlav were :—Oonah from Devonpovt; Wy andra from Cairns.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

White underskirts, deep embroidery, flouncing, nicely finished with beading and ribbon, usual prices, 5/6, to ciear 3/6; better quality 8/6, now 6/6. Ladies' Pure calico chemise, calico frills, full size, usual-price, 1/11, to go at 1/3. A fine range of better qualities marked at low rates. Balance of oue-oiece dresses in crepe, pioue and linene, to go at 4/9, worth 'i2/6. Sample lot of ladies'silk blouses, newest styles and good fit, from 5/6 up wards. Special low prices for"trimmed millinery. HOLIDAY MAKERS' REQUISITES. Newest in Japanese suit cases, fitted with patent spring lock and leather bound, 15 inch, G/6; IS inch, 0 11; 21 inch, 9/11; 23 inch, 12/11. The very latest in willow dress bask sis, leather bound ends, with strong straps and handle, 20 inch, li>22 inch, 12/6. Leather kit bags,"from 10, upwards. Hayes and Harris' THE HOUSE FOR QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE. I'liouc 100. I tie Fruit Seai IS NOW VViTII US. AM) 1SOTTL1MJ WILL HE !X FULL SWIXG FOK THE XKXT FEIV WEEKS. 1)0...

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BUFFETED BY SEA. GREAT LINER DAMAGED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 13 February 1914

BIT FETED BY SEA. I great liner damaged. london", Wednesday. While oil a voyage from New York to Plymouth, the White Star liner Olympic (16,359 tons) was struck by a mighty sea and damaged. Heavy weather prevailed aloH£ the coast to-day, and four tenders which went out were unable to reach the Olympic at Plymouth, and the vessel proceeded tq Cher bourg.

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