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

GOT VERY WEAK'. ".My boy Jac-k was very bad with Diarrhoea,'' write,® .Mrs M. 1 -oe, Forhes. X.S.W. "For iiuiLo a fortnight he w;u ill and got very weak. My husband bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to our sur prise one dose completely relievet him." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son Wholesale Distributors.

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

Wanted and g-enebax,! ;i^Y'AN*TH!D.—Young girl, far house work. Apply, Mrs R. Fisher, jvoton street. ... ,(ANTED.—A lad, able to drive ba il' iifr's cart. Apply, t. Rasmussen, fvMaston» s<r<w ^AN'TELl—Boys and girls. Apply, at once. Wool leu .Mill. «"\YANTED,—-A capable, young girl, as S aousoraald. Applv, Matron, Hos g-p:al. li\\"-^TED.-~Canvassers tor photo. .enlargements, big commission, g*a»p;,. on application. J. Knipe. Bow wcc-:s strff I^ANBATTAX MIXTURE, 3d oz., | Lo'.idon blias, 3d oz., Sport full l^ner pound block?. 1/t briar pipes, %"i' ?.UT- oa>' r\im, Gd bottle, at Bcr $®iagaam*s. —Galah. aear Barker street. aor'-b. •Reward. Apply, E. Hinds, I 'llX'-'r street, near Masonic Hall. j"l M)ER the personal supervision of 'j..p } thoroughly competent artist, : ,-!.!;ls,U!!>'aamy' Hairdressing Saloon Carah). for Nothing, but good va ).*u«» for silver, at Bermingbam's i;u'-iceo and pipt? store, next "SVood 5. |\Ya\'TEd to BUY.—Pianos, Ger !t..„ n,an. E...

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

II .III b ■"! 11 iiiiii White underskirts, .deep embroidery, flouncing. nicely finished with beading and ribbon, usual prices, 5/6, to clear 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 one-piece dresses in creue, pique and linene, to go at 4/9, worth ll'/c. Sample lot. of ladies'silk "blouses, newest styles and good fit, from 5/6 up wards. Special low prices for trimmed millinery. HOLIDAY 3r\ia;ils; REQUISITES. newest in japanese siik eases, fitted with parent spring lock and leather bound, lf> inch, o.'o; is inch, 6/11: 21 inch, 9/11; 23 iucli, 12/11. The very latest in willow dress baskets, leather bound ends, with strong straps and handle. 20 inch, 10/; 22 inch, 12/6. Leather kit bags, from 10/ upwards. and Harris' t1je HOUSE for QUALITY AM) solid VALUE. Vhone 100. The Fruit IS -mow WITH US. am) rottllny.' will HE ix FULL sw1xg FOR t...

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CORRESPONDENCE THE VAUGHAN PICNIC AND THE BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

CORBESPOWCE §THB VAl'GtfA.V PICNIC AXD THE £ BAND. -> —'a the report ou the Vaugban Ji springs conference, it is staved 1 jane! cost ill 14 last year. I t i i point, out that the band made }io cha go whatever for their services. aJdo Borough Band did the work gra Is Of course, certain expense was licj r d in conveying the band meni 5 o the picnic ground and return, gibat the hand's services were gratui tously given, and although we were fpnicely entertained on the picnic gro und. k must be clearly understood gtiiat no stipulation in this direction 1 ^ ni:*ae by the band.— -Yours, etc., I'. IJ-LIXGWORTH, Hon, Secretary Borougli Band, aiaine, ruary 13, 14.

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

SIMPLY WOXDERFUL. ",.My little girl Zold.i suffered so continuously wil.h croup that I began to think thai she would never get bet ter," writes Mrs Uauutiou, 109 Ade laide Road, Newton, X.Z. "Seeing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy adver tised I thought I would try ii and could see a change in her straight: away. It is simply wonderful how quickly Chamberlain's Cough Remedy relieved the child." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. Mr W. A. Watt, the Premier, lias addressed a communication to Mr J. Cook, tlie Prime Minister, ask ing that tlie policy of compelling intending immigrants to undergo examination at tlie hands of spec ially appointed Commonwealth med ical officers be held in abeyance until the matter can be more fully considered, tine of the reasons ad vanced by the Premier against the Commonwealth system is that_ un necessary expense has to be incur red by those who desire to emi grate. AS a sure safeguard against Summer Colds, Sore Throat, •Dust Throat," Night Ch...

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SOUTH STREET COMPETITIONS MILITARY BAND CONTEST. SPECIAL PRIZE OF £250. DONATED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

SOUTH STREET COMPETITIONS .MILITARY BAND CONTEST. SPECIAL PRIZE 01' A^oU., DONATED BY FEDERAL GOV ERNMENT. For some lime past the South I Street Society has -been approach- j ed by the conductors of military J bands in most of the States of the j Commonwealth to include a mili tary baud contest in their, huge prize list. The matter. could not hitherto be carried out owing to the lvjavv expense of provkliivg the extra prize money, but this has now been overcome by the Federal C'ovcrnment giving a special dona tion of £250 fpr a military band contest, to- be held at Ballarat in October next in conjunction with the grand champion interstate l.ftnd contest, for which £(iOn is given in prize money this year- This will ■ make a total of £S50 for prize money for Land contests next Oc tober. It has long been the desire of the South Street Society to include a ■military band contest in its list, and the RC-nerous assistance of the Federal Covernmeiit will enable the Society to carry this int...

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

(By "Trident.") Fields were fair at the ^ illianis- j town (ixturc last Satarday. lhe principal attraction was the ap pearance of Aiidelosia in the Trug anni Handicap, lor which the op position was not large. In this race Andelosia was backed down to 2 to 1 on, and won very nicely by a length iroin Etl'ervescence, .Pearl Kinn; being a poor, third, lhe mile .was run in i .S3, and the winner's form showed that he was in good fettle for the big meetings ahead. The Hurdle Lace at Williamstown was .) regular boil-over. Six horses - started, and a -l1 to I chance in Old Nick, was successful from Kil deer, with I'ortlock (a hot favor ite) third. ^ Threes was certainly a good price Kilspindie in lhe 'rwo-vear-o.ld Han dicap, as the iVllv had been doing very smart track work lately. How ever, it was a rattling good race between Kilspindie and Kir tie, and was onlv won 1 -,y the former by a head, but O'Dea rode a very con fident race on the winner. Kil spindie is b.v Wallace—Mylae, and is own...

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

MALDON. | I Mr T. IIowes, president ami oL iicial organiser uf the F.M.E.A. of Victoria, is at present in Maldon, visiting the various mines in con nection with the non-union ques tion. endeavoring to get those out side the ranks to join the Associa tion. In conjunction with .Mr C. Fitzgerald he will address a pleas ant Sunday gathering in the. Tem perance Hall on Sunday afternoon, wliL'H the question will be fullv ex plained. information was -brought to the local police on Thursday evening to the effect that an old .pensioner, named (iconic Moore, had been round dead K ing- on the floor of his lint at Oowar by a neighbor named .Mrs Mi.iv. Suiior-Constable Cooke proceeded to the spot, and had the body convevcd to the morgue at Maldon. There were 110 marks on the body of any kind, and death is supposed to have resulted from heart failure. The matter has been reported to the Coroner, but as there was 110 sus.picious circum I stances it was not considered that j an inquest was necessar...

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE & ]{!LPH IXSTOXM Messrs*. Macticr I3r»H.. of Stratford !.;;;ige Esrare. ne:u to the ni.vropoii'.ar, market on Monday jasri, two i.rucks 01 prime i'at cameback w.-thers. These were a draf-; of ;iie :wo trucks som the week bef:vro. and they real'ued the , same price as the previous lot. vk„ j)or head. This lot oughi to have realised more than the previous lot. as the marker had almost S0<>0 sheep less.

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CASTLEMAINE AND MARYBOROUGH ASSOCIATIONS. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 14 February 1914

CASTLEMAINE AND MARYBORO- UGH ASSOCIATION'S. MATCH AGAINST .M.C.C, O'l Wednesday next (Pioneers' Day) a 'cam clioscu from the Cast.lemaiue and Maryborough Associations will   ioii!T"'y io .Melbourne, and meet' a ream j fr.ini M.C.C. on the Melbourne ground, play starting at. 11.30 sharp. flic Castlemaine players have been! chosen, and are :—W. Freeman, Ire- dale (Castlemaine). Seelenmeyer' (Harcourt). Burns (Foundry), Ferri man and Ellis (.Maldon). The- Maryborough players are : — Davey, Haberie, J. Herring. Morton, .McAllisicr, Stevens, Uptoi'., Youlden.

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

IN MEMORIAM. ARCHER.—In loving remembrance of our dear mother, and our dear gran- nie, Phyllis Archer, who died at Golden Point, on the 15th of Febru- ary, 1918. In all our griefs and troubles, Mother was ever near. With her dear heart full of kindness. And a loving word of cheer. When sickness came, and death ap- peared, To give her soul release, No terrors gathered round her heart, Her spirit was at peace. —Inserted by W. and H. Rosewarne, and their children. BEREAVEMENT NOTICE.               MR. and MRS. MENZIE desire to sincerely thank Mrs Pitts and   Mrs Mullins, for their great kindness, also all kind friends and all those who sent messages, letters and telegrams of sympathy and floral tributes recei- ved during our recent sad bereave- ment.

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FAULCONBRIDGE IN RUINS SIR HENRY PARKES'S HOME. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

1— =*- I FAULG0N6RIDGE IN RUINS ! SIR HENRY PARKES'5 HOME. SYDNEY. Rnturdnv. I Faukoubridgre, the mountain resi dence of the iate .Sir Henry Parkes, is in a state bordering on ruin; the once beautiful grounds are & "wilder ness; aud the work of the vandal is .apparent in all directions. The .Government provides for keeping the fir-rave of the statesman, which is situated within the erounds, and close to the Faulconbridge plat form, in a state of decent repair, and provision is made for his widow. Orieiflally Lady Parkes had a grant of £500 a vear, but as her children became of ace the amount was reduced, and she now receives from the Government £125 a. year, Mr Cann, the Acting-- premier, was asked it it was likely tlfat the Gov ernment would do something to savp the old house and Fauicon iSrid<?c grounds from utter ruin. He said the State was dointr all that could be expected in the matter. The suo-o-estion that an area, should be purchased, and utilised in some ...

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SHOTS FIRED IN DARK YOUNG COUPLE COMPLAIN. BALLARAT, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

' SHOTS FIRED IN DARK YOUNG COUPLE COMPLAIN". j BALL AK.AT, Saturday, j Much perturbed, and complaining I that they had been under fire in the j dark, William iT?nry Leach,, a I young man, and Miss Lily Skinner, residents of Peel street, callqd at the Ballarat East police station aibout 10.30 last night. They said that tiiev Had both been hit by a "bullet while sitting on a seat near the guixlens in Barkly street a little -after 10 o'clock. Leach said tnat he heard the report of a Pea title, and was struck bv the bullet on his starch ed linen collar. The pellet then glanced oft,. striking his companion on the arm. There were no marks visible, and police inquiries so fax have failed to throw any light on the matter.

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. On Friday evening last, the annual inspection of the Fire Brigade was made by Chief Officer Marshall. There was a fiool muster, nearly the full complement, turning out. The Chief Officer put the men through all the manoeuvres, and minutely inspected their accoutrements, etc., and at the finish complimented Captain Scambler on the general turn out and excellent work put in by the men, and assured the brigade that at tlio demonstration tioxt month in Bendigo if they acquit ted themselves as well, they would most assuredly be in the prizo win ning list.

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Character in Walking. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

Character in WalklnK. Quick step? are indicative 01 energy ind sgitaiion. Tip-toe nl ki n vj symbolizes stir prise, curiosity. discretion, or mys Lcry. Turncd-in toes arc often found with preoccupied, absent-minded persons. The miner's walk is representee! ;i . stooping-, and noiseless, with short; Ku'vous. anxious steps. Slow steps, whether long or short, suggest a gentle or reflective state ot mind. as the case may be. Where a revengeful purpose is hidden under a feigned smile, the 5tep will be slinking and noiseless. The proud step is slow and measu red; the toes are conspicuously turned >ut. the legs straightened. The direction of . the steps w aver ing and f^l'-oving every changing' impulse of the mind inevitably be trays uncertainty, hesitation, and in- 1 decision. O'osun.i'e people. who in aigument rely nv>;e on iv.v-rulrivi'.v than ou in tellectual pov ei. iest the icet flat and firmly o;> the gio.ind, walk heavily and H.v.vly. ..M'i stand with their leg;! firmly pl...

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TEST CRICKET. ENGLAND V. SOUTH AFRICA. HOME TEAM BATTING. LONDON, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

TEST CRICKET. ENGLAND V. SOUTH AFRICA. IIOMIC TiLV.M BATTING. LONDON, Sunday. The weather for the test match at. Durban was showery, and play was interrupted several times by rain. Ar the close of the day. South Af rica had lost 7 wickets for 162, Hands making 51.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

Rabbit Destruction IT LAYS 'EM OCT, St]> SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE. r,t 01 1j<14V,IUUUU t Obtainable from our local agem, George olarn: and Son, CastWy F Pi-hT Maryborough; H Y. Edwards, St. .iniand; E. McKlrbv TjaT-"" ord* Paten, Avoca; B. Jcrmyn.-Ballarar; Cusi and Schoies, Arari'-^ f«.:ft"!inifi 11 ** \sf01lts fof "\lct^tja* D^triDiiUiis BKOADBEM BROS., 42 KING STREET. MELBOURNE. is wiai »re can almost claim for <gS3§||^* oui Jasw by rernon of the close low tioa oi car packing plant to the tioa oi car packing plant to the orch- i;. wJ iiaeil. This explains the delightful ; ^ .*»E,--oum Fresh HuU Flavbr of •w^ii|| a -rw | ■£j-fc;: e) ' I v ti'.t V.') i fyWii-'j ^ I - ■>.■& v If yo<« ftke sood, wholesome jam— tnad* J^snt th? richest of ripe B'snd.go VaV-sj tr.d Mountain Heme fruit, jvck^ 'cat when at its fulnets of fi '.vc< e.nd guaranteed prepnr?d under ihc cno*! hygienic condiisons- -I egso's "Pr^m^s" J:*m will bo the brand yo...

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INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VICTORIA ALL OUT 213. HOME TEAM'S SECOND INNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET •* VICTORIA v. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VICTORIA ALL OUT 213. HOME TEAM'S SECOND IN.YIXGS. There was a moderate attendance 011 the Adelaide Oval on Saturday. The Victorians in their first innings made 213, or 61 behind South Australia. Bar ing was at his best, and played a clian celesa innings of 71. In their second venture the home team have lpst 2 wic kets for 112. The scores are :— SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First innings .. .. 274 Second Innings. Mayne, lbw., b Fitzpatrick .. .. 44 Middleton, b 'Lugton ! " Sinirh, not out, 18 Willsmore, not out .. .. ... 20 Sundries .. 3 Total for 2 wickets .. .. 112 VICTORIA. First Innings. Park, c Pellew, b Crawford .. .. 10 Matthew-?, b Crawford .. 4 Kicrnan, b Crawford 0 Baring, b Crawford 71 i Carroll, c Pellew, b Price .. /.. 35 Willis, b Price .. .. .. .. 0 Fitzpatrick, stp. Camy'Del!, b Mayne 40 Ryder, not out 36 Lugton, c .Moves, b Mayne .. .. 0 Sourer, c sub., h Mayne •} Carkeek, c Willsmore, b Crawford 4 Sundries .. . . ,. .. 9 Total...

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CONCERT AT FARADAY. A CROWDED HOUSE. GOOD FINANCIAL RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

I CON"CERT AT FARADAY. ! a crowded house. good financial result. Probably the most successful en tertainment ever held at I'araday took place in the State School on Wednesday night, in aid of the Major Mitchell Memorial Fuud. The building. y,-as packed to the t'.oors, the takings amounting, to ,41'J -is 6d, wjiich will produce a net proiit of over £S 10s. 3Ix D. L. >lones, j Chairman of the School Committee, presided, atld- explained the cbject of the entertainment. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed, and the even ing -was a thoroughly enjoyable one. The programme was divided into three parts—concert; address on Major Mitchell s Discoveries, by Inspector Davey, who was present by invitation; and a coffee supper, the latter being a ver>* popular event, being provided by the ladies of the district, who also waited on the tables. Everything .vent with a swing, and it was voted the most pleasant entertainment yet hell at Faraday. The overture to the concert was played by Miss Stella ...

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BARKER'S CREEK V. HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

BARKER'S CREEK V. 1IARC0URT. Barker's 'Creole were at home to ■Harcourt, and batted first, and rattled up the tine score of 355. E. Dilworth got going, and made light of all the bowlers, his total being 116, made by nice batting. E. Xorris contributed 7S, and Goble 53. Harcourt had lost 1 wicket for 18 at drawing of stumps. The details are : — BARKER'S CREEK. First Innings. E. Dilworth, c. b Wilkinson .. .. 116 E. Norris, b Wilkiuson .. .. 78 J. Walters, c, b Barnes .. .. !' E. 'Blume, c, b Barnes .. .. 23 C. Blume, c, b Pritchard .. .. 8 L. McKindley, c. 'b .Pritchard . . S Schwab, sip., b Ely 1 Goble, c, b Barnes 53 Maddern, b Pritchard .. .. 5 G. 'Crofr, not one 11 . E. LMcIvindley, c and b Eagle .. 12 Sundries .... .. 31 Total .". .. 355 HARCOURT. First Innings. Waller Ely, e, b Dilworth .. .. 7 F. Barnes, not out 10 Sundry 1 Total for 1 wicket IS

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