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WISE AND OTHERWISE [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

WISE AND OTHERWISE i I U:ivo sold my typewriter. You were sensible. Jinx married,1 liis. » # # * * lie: Weli, if you want to know it, I married you for your money. She I wish I could tell you as easily what I married you for. • * « « * j Polly: Miss Vcllowleaf is going- to ' marry a struggling" young man. Dolly : | It's no use for him to struggle. I don't suppose he can get away from her. ■ ♦ * # • » j My wife went to town to-day to get i a good plain cook. Did she get one? I don't know whether she's a good one yet, but she's plain all right. * « ♦ » # He: Someone told me that I was de cidedly handsome. She: When was that. He: Yesterday. She: No. I mean, when were you handsome? ***** Friend: Of course, there arc all sorts of rooks—good, bad, and indifferent. Mrs. Holmes: Well, I've found them goo<l and bad—but all in Jin*'rent. # # * • Tommy: One of the boys.says I look like you. Tommy's Father: And what did you say?. Tommy: I couldn't say anything—he's a good bit bigger ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

disordered liver. For disorders of the liver and sto *^ier6 is no better medicine than yaamberlain's Tablets" writes Mrs -Jsrgaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q. "I suffered with bad headaches caused ^ a disorderoii liver. Hearing my customers speak so highly of Cham 1)-rlaia's Tablets, 1 thought I would '[* -yliat they would do for me. After ; first few doses 1 noticed an impro vement and after 1 had taken a couple P1 boxes fouuti myscit quite :elisved of I'^daehes, which have not returned." fe0'Q by Geo. Clark and Son. "Wliole Sa'& Distributors.

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INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. HOME TEAM BATS FIRST. ALL OUT FOR 274. VICTORIA TWO FOR 28. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET ? VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. HOME TEAM BATS FIRST. ALL OUT FOR 274. VICTORIA TWO FOR 2S. The final match this season for the Sheffield Shield was commenced on the Adelaide Oval yesterday, between Vic toria and South Australia. The wea ther was fine, Init the attendance was only moderate. Plill won the toss, and elected to bat, and when play ceased for the day the scores were :— SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First Innings. .Mayne, b Ryder 8 'Middleton, c Willis, b Ryder .. 34 liill, c and b Ryder .. .. .. 105 Crawford, c Lugton, b Souter .. 27 N'oyes, c .Matthews, b Ryder .. .. 41 Pellcw, b Lugton 1 Smith, c Souter, b Matthews .. 9 Willanare, c Souter, b Ryder .. 14 Price, b Ryder 7 •Campbell, uot out 17 Olutterbuck, c Baring, b Ryder ., 2 'Sundries 9 Total 274 Bowling :—Ryder, 7 for 88; Mat thews, 1 for S3; Souter, 1 for 47; Lugton, 1 for 38; Kearnau, 0 Cor 9. VICTORIA. First Innings. Carroll, not out lii Park, c Pellew, b Crawford .. .. 10 Matthews, b Crawford ., 4 Sundries...

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CASTLEMAINE GAS CO. ANNUAL MEETING. 4 PER CENT. DIVIDEND. MAINS TO BE EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

GASTLEMAINE GAS GO. + — ANNUAL MEETING. 4 PER CENT. DIVIDEND. MAINS TO BE EXTENDED. Tlie Chairman of tile Board (Dr. Maxwell) presided, at tlie annual meeting of tlie (las Co. last night. The report aiwl balance-sheet were submitted, the former reading as follows :—Tour Directors begi to submit herewith the balance-sheet for the "year ended 31st December, 1913. The balance to the credit of the Profit and Loss Account, after payment of an interim dividend for the six months ended 30th.^uiic, If 13, and after making provision for renewal of plaint, etc.3 amounts to £1607 13s 7d, from winch your Directors recommend the payment of o divid^n-d at tho rain nf .1 npr cent, per annum for the six months ended 31st December, 1913. During; the year a number of new con sumers have been obtained, -and the sales of £>j}s show a satisfactory in crease. Owing to the increased consumption at the northern por tion of the town, it will be neces sarv to extend the 3 inch main in Barker street, and t...

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LUNATICS ON PROBATION OR DISCHARGED ALTERATION IN POLICE SYSTEM URGED. IMPORTANT PROPOSAL. COMMENTS BY DR. WOOLLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

LUNATICS ON PROBATION OR DISCHARGED I -X ALTERATION IX POLICE SYSTEM URGED. IMPORTANT 'PROPOSAL. COMMENTS BY DR. WOOLLEY. At the conclusion of the case aga | ins't Robert George at the local Police Court yesterday, Dr. "Woolley, J.P-. made seme important remarks, which it is to be hoped for the welfare of the community will be hearkened to and acted upon by those in authority. He said he felt, constrained to say a few words in the hope that possibly some good might., as it certainly should, come of it. Here was a man 1 who had been committed to an asylum for the insane as a lunatic. He was kept there a little while, only a little while, then was let out on six months' probation. At the end of three months after leaving (lie institution lie was permiuea 10 get uis oiscDurgo, ana camp up hero, and for some consider able time was performing in this, dis trict in such a manner as to get him self talked about. The police knew nothing of this man, although he was on probation as a lunatic...

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ROBBERY AT ELPHINSTONE STATE SCHOOL BROKEN INTO. £S WORTH OF PROPERTY STOLEN. GIRL'S GARMENTS, FOOTBALLS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

ROBBERY AT ELPHINSTONE ? STATE SCHOOL BROKEN INTO. £S WORTH OF PROPERTY STOLEN. { GIRL'S GARMENTS. FOOTBALLS. J ETC. Tin' Klphinstone Star*.' School has been broken in;o. and about i'S worth of propcny stolen, writes our corres pondent. When Miss Roberts, the sewing mis tress, started work after the dinner hour on Thursday, she noticed several lots of jho pupils' work missing, and communicated the fact to .Mr Ellis, the head teacher. They both went thro ugh the work, and found a garment missing from each girl's sowing bag, valued in all ;it over .-E4. .Mr Wilis ilion sci r.o work to as-: c<:"t-ain if anything else was missing, and discovered that a large book press (in which the books of the school library were kepi) had been forced open, and about. £4 worth of books gone, as well as a lot of school appa ratus. charts, views, and weights, as well as two school footballs belonging to the boys. Mr Ellis lost no time- in notifying Constable Hesford, of Taradale, who uas iiiu...

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CHURCH SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

CHURCH SER VICES. The harvest festival servif.es of the Coilijrelational Chr.rcL Mill be held to-morrow. The Rev. ][. Vf. Frederick, of the [Methodist Church, will preach in the morning, and iKc Rev. K. A. Ilacrenauer, of the I'vts bvterian Church, in the eveniiv The church will be suitably decorat ed with flowers and fruits <>! the season. Thanks£fivm<r hymns and anthems will be a feature of • the services.

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B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

B. GRADE. •j-jip fixtures arc :—Harcourt v. Barker's Crock; Guildford v. Woollen Mill: Muckletord v. Casilemaine. ' Castlenuine B. :—House, 'McLean. Baker, Harris. Chaster, Williams, Freeman. Burns. Carrol. 'Berwick, O'SiilHvnri. Odgers. Players are re quested to bo on the ground at 2.30 p.m.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITION. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. district competition. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. 71,e competition will be resumed to (jav> the fixtures being :—Mai do n v.histlcmamc, at iMaldon; Foundry v. Barker's Creek, at Wattle Flat. Barker's Creek :—Michell, Norris, Hill (2), Reilley (3), Xonnington, Grant (3). Cab leaves Old England Hotel at. 1.45 sharp. C.U.C.'C. : — Iredalc, Robinson, Shel Du"n» Sutherland, Spowart, Shu cv, Frtvman, McDonald, Barnes, P. Hous^ Coach leaves post office at 1.30 p.m. Foundry •'—'Burns, Jvey, MeUierall, \oxt\s, Peeler (4), ;Pritchard, Stew

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BENDIGO V. HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

CEXDir.O V. HARCOURT. Tiiis match will take ar Harcourt to day, commencing; ar Har cci'urt team -'—Douglas. I.iill (2), •Meljcar., rrircharcl, Scelenmcyer. Symes. Rasii, Warren (4).

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POSTAL TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

POSTAL TIME TABLE. .. y Avjca, clones 0.45 u.m. ; arrives av Castiomaine, 7.30 p.m., Tues., Tiiurs., Sat/5. Ballarat, closes 9.45 a.m. ; arrives 12.30 p.m. Bealiba, clcaea 9.45, a.m., Mou., Wed... i'Yi. ; arrives /.?0 jun., Msn., Wed., FrL B:rr"e.-i-'s Crook: cioscs 5.80 a.m. ; .-ivi i'.^s V.30 a.m. iidigo, clci-vf 9.45 rt.u1.., 3.30 p.m., S. i5 p.m.; ».• rives 7.25 a.m., 1 ip.iri., S p.m. Campbell's Crook, o.30 z.ra., 3.8c p.m. ; arrives 11.30 a.m. Cari^.roQk, closes 9.=to a.m. ; arrives 7.80 p.m. C'iuiies, closes 9.i5 a.m. ; arrives .'.SO p.m. Chewtor., closcs 0.30 a.m., 12.15 p.m.. ami 3.30 p.m. ; r.rrivea 11.30 a.n., 7.16 p.m. Dov.'u Travelling r.U., 14, closes 0.4i> a.m., 3.30, and 8.45 p.m. (Echuca in id intermediate places) ; arrives 1 p.m. an.' 8 p.m. ^•'"olly, ciosrs 9.-15 a.m., 3,30 p.m. ; arrives 12.S0 p.m.. and 7.30 p.ra. i'r.vorstov.'n, closes J.30 a.m., .3.30 p.m. ; arrives 11 a.m., Y.15 p.m. Gov.r.r, clones 19.2i- a.m. ; arrives 3.30 ji.ii!. GniWforii, clinics 0.30...

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PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

PROPERTY SALES. Messrs Adams and Dlakclcy de sire to draw attention of investors and others to the sale thir, after noon, at their rooms, of the deii censed hotel premises, the C'rowi'. and Supreme Court botcis, res>pee tively. The same firm de-sire to call attention to the s.-ile (in conjunc tion with Messrs Snath, Kieolson and' Co..) of that valuable freehold farm, Muckleford, iiv the estate r,f the late Mr S. Woodman, on Wed nesday, March. 11th, full particulars of which will appear ir. later ussves. Messrs Carter, Amos and Co. de sire to draw attention to the sale oi building blocks to-day, at . three o'clock, on account of Miss flirt. Hunter street. V'ne sale will be held on the ground next Miss Birt's private residence. These are trst class blocks, ^nd slwild ccMnivaiM a ready sale. Easv terms will le iriven.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

TO DO OTHERS GOOD. "1 have been living in S.W. Queens land for thirteen years," writes .Mr J. R. Tindale, editor of the Cunuamulla "Watchman." "During that time I have boon subject to attacks of Diarr hoea and have always found Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to rjuickly relieve me. I can recommend if. to anyone suffering from that com plaint. You may use this letter as yon f/ee fit for it is written to do others jiOixl." Sold by Ceo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. Members of the MeaL Kuiployes' Industrial I'liion, when tlu-y meet at the Trades 11.ill on Monday uii>lit, will determine what fiction i.s to he taken to secure increased w.vu's i'or the employes. The trouble is one of loU'r standing, and failing a compulsory conference, being or-; dcred, there i.s a possibility that tlu-v will decide to cease work, ;ls has been done by their colleagues in Sydney. Other unions interested in the dispute have decided to gave support to the butchers if.a strike occurs. A...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

THE pmmt gtonto gfatll SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1014. ITEMS Of NEWS. T Nominations for seats on the Min ing Hoard close to-dav with the Clerk of Courts (Mr 1". \Y. llouse"). It is not expectcd tliat there "will he a rush of candidates. A meeting of the Major Mitchell Memorial Committee will be held at the School of Mines at 2 o'clock this afternoon, when the report of the sub-committee will he present ed and steps taken for the erection of the memorial. There was a fair attendance of shareholders at the statutory half yearly meeting of the Castlemaine Woollen Co. yesterday 'aftemoou, the Chairman of Directors, Mr K. 11. Williams, presiding. The half-; yearly statement was read and adopted. The Chairman in a brief speech said the Mill had enough orders to keep going for the year. They were working, full time, and everything; pointed to a successful future. At th- Police Court yesterday morning a man named William Nugent failed to appear in answer to a charge of driving a vehicle in Bar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

&■ P^eservei* FfruiTsllf •r/c Tkey kave tKe ti n«iy kuorc uic -y^.W>& j »sh r ruii Flav<3 Order/rom Your C>ooen?^:-^I^^M *%*■ | Mamma's going to wash ma Bnby's chief ehnrm Hea in his soft and lovely skin. To acquire that purity and delicacy of sski:"! health t:.-:e Kcsfin.'i Skin and Facia! •Soap. Washing >W(h Rcxon.i Soap first lakes r.v.ny a U in:pnriiy .u-d dirt, then softens the ski;! * ells nliii act« a? n tonic upon fhc ci:ti.-!e, bo thai the elasticity is ••! rcn^'thened, atvi (he result •_<;. e.< £!«o S'ift- Moom of health thai vj >ee in early youth. Xoiliinir .-o and main tains t!.f pnri'y of t'-o comply*ion. lsai'ds and ii.-»It' n:ui;r a!! con •Jii.ions as dots Kcxuna Skin and racial Si>5p. It :e:':,3 in purity t!e!io;icy a:;J /rfor it 1 medicatcd on the s^nic principles ns the famous Rc.xona Ointment. .Prke. !/■' per Tablet MEDICATED SOAP ACHED ALL OV^ | "I hud intluenza, with aches am • pains all over," says...

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WATERSIDE CRISIS CONFERENCE CONCLUDED. DECISION NOT ANNOUNCED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

WATERSIDE CRISIS CONFERENCE CONCLUDED. DECISION NOT ANNOUNCED. MELBOURNE, Friday. Though, neither the employers nor the employes would make any slate-! rnent this afternoon after the com pulsory conference between the Waterside Workers' Federation and the Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Federation and other trip ping interests was concluded, there is a more hopeful feeling iuuoi'ic shipping people than existed yes terday. It is understood that a proposi tion submitted by Mr Justice i.'ig j^ins is favorably regarded hy the (employers, and aiso by 1 he dele gates from th^ union. However, it has to be submitted-, it is understood, to the different branches of the Waterside Workers1 Federation. Mr K. Northcote, Chairman of the 'Commonwealth Steamship Owners' Federation, Mr II. M. Adams, the] Secretary, aml Mr W. jtf. Hughes, M.H.R., President of the Waterside. Workers' Federation, were all seen this afternoon. Messrs Northcote and Adams both refused to make any statement at all, and rema...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE T — ARRIVALS. IIOBSON'S BAY. Friday. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day ivas Lo'ongana from Luuiiccstoii.

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METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVA TIONS. The following readings are supplied by Mr. Max Pincus, of Market Square. The readings are for the 24 hours prior to 5 p.m. each day. THERMOMETER. Highest Highest Lowest Sun. Shade. Shade. Fri<!:tv i:1." 8!' 4 M BAROMETER. Frirhiy . . . . .-::o;uly. The official forecast for to-day is Fine inland.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

Z3Z*ww . Carter, Amos and Co. j auctioneer and .estate agents. j E. II. CARTER, Auctioneer and I Sworn Valuator). i j FARM and TOWN PROPERTY I SALESMEN, INSURANCE AND [ GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. I I AUCTION SALES FURNITURE AT OUR ROOMS. Auction Sales Dairy Produce, Fruit | and Poultry at Western Market, Ev ery Saturday, at 11.15. 1 CLEARING SALES A SPECIALTi". Agents I.II.C, Machinery (Deering). Also McCormick Binder Parte. CUMING SMITH MANURES. FOR SALE. 5-roomed w.b. dwelling, \ acre iand, Dovefon street, £245. 6-roomed w.b. dwelling. Doveton street, £150. 5-roomed brick dwelling, \ acre land, i Bowden street, £250. Terms, £50 de 1 posit. 5-roomed brick dwelling, 1J acres laud, Winter's Fiat, £250. 5-roomed w.b. dwelling, \ acre laud, j almost new, off Graves street, £160. Also several building D'ocks. I INSPECT OUR LIST. PROPERTY SALE. THIS AFTERNOON. SATURDAY, FEBY. It, ai o'clock. /VUITER, AMOS and CO., under in structions from Miss Bin, will soil, through their auctioneer, on...

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SENIOR CADETS IN COURT DODGING PARADES. CADET STRIKES AN OFFICER. DETAILS OF THE OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

SENIOR CADETS IN COURT DODGING PARADES. CADET STRIKES AX OFFICER. DETAILS OF THE OFFENCES. •At tlie Children's Court yesterday several Cadets were proceeded •against, before Mr A. Barlo^r, -I'.N., 'against, before Mr A. Barlow, P.M., for breaches of the Defence Act. In- one instance three Cadets were charged- with having; Idt the par ,ade ground without the permission of their commanding officer. 'j he methods adopted by tlie Cadets in order to evade an after 1 djill were the first* of. the kind to be heard locally. It is the custom of 'lie Area Start to call the roll before the parade is marched off. This was dt-nc, as is customary, on a certain <"! iy m De cember, ■when a whole day's parade, namely four hjurs, was being held. The Cadets were then moved to the Area Ofiice for the issue of bo'.-ts, and subsequently to the Western Reserve. After parading for soir-e time, n spell was ailowed, but on re-assembling one Cadet was found to be missing, and on the mil being; a^ai...

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