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FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION. ENGINEERS V. MOULDERS. ENGINEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

FOUNDRY ASSOCIATION. I ENGINEERS V. -MOULDERS. ENG tXEERS. First innhigs . . .. 10<: Second Innings. ■Hexron, c, b Carroll 15 Amos, b Carroll 0 Calder, b Carroll 0 Arbuckle, b Miller .. .. ... 36 Donovan, c Dawson, b Carro'l .. 2 Shaw, b Carroll 2 Green, b Muirliead 21 Duncan, b Carroll I'1, Egglestone, c Carroll, b Allen .. 10 Crawford, not. out 29 Anderson, b Carroll .. .. 2 Sundries 10 Total 14U Bowling :—Carroll, 7 for -12:-Mnir head, 1 for 5S; .T. Allen, 1 for 12: Mil ler, 1 for 13; Dawur.n, 0 for i.-. MOULDERS. First innings ."it Second Innings. H North, b Green 17 .T, ■Dawson, b Green 1 J. Allen, c, b Anderson . . 2o P. Muirhead. b Egglestone .. . . 17 K ■Miller, not out s Sundry .. 1 Total for 4 wickets :. G7 Bowling :—Crawford, 0 for 23: stone, 1 for 4; Anderson, der, 0 for 1. for 2; Cal

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THE DOMINOES. TOWN HALL—FRIDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

THE DOMINOES. TOWN IIALT,—FRIDAY NEXT. Next. Friday evening, at the. Town Hall, Mr'M. Lucas will present a bright •and aurac'iive programme of vaude ville talent, The Domiuoes, comedians, dancers, singers, ragtime exponents, balladists, and all thai goes to provide first-class amusement will be on tap. The team includes 'Miss Aileen Wag ner, a soubrette and dancer of much merit", who never fai-ls to secure a re call; -.Miss Xclla Holdcn, one of Eng land's best, top notch singers, and Tyrolean vocalist ; 'Miss Xellie Wilson, soprano; and Miss Lavinia Tyson, pi anistc and musical directress; Mr Fred Deal, humorist and chorus singer; Mr Bisli. Dudley, comedian and dancer; 'Mr Paul Jeagle, Tyrolean, whistler ; and Mr Jamas Opie, descriptive and humorist, vocalist. The eight, artists mentioned appear in novel and elabor ite costumes. Mr <Lucas has obtained new and brilliant, scenery, which Is very pleasant to the eye, and the per formance is to be very refined and entertaining...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. The fi.viures for this week are : — To-night (Moiidajv), I.O.Tt. Harcaun v. A.X.A., Casilemuine:' "Weflnesnu}, Fire Brisrade v. A A*. A. Tfnrrniirr

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THE SMART SET. TOWN HALL—THURSDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

THE SMART -SET. TOWN I1ALL—THURSDAY NEXT. The above named English entertain-' ers who have toured the world under, the direction of Mr Walter George. . will make their first appearance here . at the Town Hall on Thursday night, [ 10th inst. This company has appear ed before royalty during its many Lon don seasons, and was under vice-regal patronage throughout the South Afri can and New Zealand tours. By those who have seen the entertainment, it is pronounced as being as clever as it is artistic, and as successful as it is possible for the performers to make it. Concerted musical numbers, duets, , quartettes 'and exceptionally clever hu [ morous work by both the male and t'e . male members of the company, com • prise the programme, the performance ; concluding with a musical comedy in miniature, which 'never fails to be 1 entertaining. In fact, the capacity for •providing original entertainment is r the secret of the Smart Set's success everywhere, and there is no reason ' why it sho...

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BOWLING. THE CASTLEMAINE CLUB. RINK COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

BOWLING. THE CASTLEMAIXfc] CLUB. Ul.N'K COMPETITION. The rink competitions wc-ro con tinued on Saturday after i:»cn, and as they aro now lica-ring coa«i>k-iion inte rest is becoming more keen. The games resulted as follow : — AY. Arciidail 17 beat Odgers 13. Van Heurck 40 beat Cowan 12. Frank 19 beat Xewham 12. Rasinussen 35 beat Borland 10. The draw for next Saturday is :— W. Archdall v. Baker. 'Borland v. Van Heurck. Rasmussen v. Wallish. Frank v. Cowan.

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ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL PICTURES. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

! ... "" | i ENTERTAINMENTS — ? ROYAL IIALL PICTURES. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. fare is provided a: the Royal Hall, and is bound to attract a crowded house. 'Dc-spite the heat on Saturday night the . hall was delightfully cpol, which is an added attraction. The star picture to night. is entitled-The Way of A Moth er, the setting being in Western Ame rica, and needless to say with dramas of this order there are numerous sen sational scenes, and a thoroughly hu man plot. The Heart of Mrs Robins ■ is a drama by the famous Yitigraph Company, and is sure 10 be popular. The usual supply of cc-mic subjects will be screened. The full programme is :—First part —Merry pimple Feels Cold (comic), The Great Discovery (drama, 1000ft), ' The Badger (educational), 'Heart of 1 Mrs Robins (Yha. drama, 1000ft), Three Suitors and a Dog (comic). Se 1 cond part :—Saved by the Vigilantes : (drama, 1000ft), The Way of A .Moth er (star drama, 2000ft), Pearl as a l)e . tective (comic).

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

DISORDERED LIVER. ''For disorders of the liver and sto nach there is no better medicine than rhamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs Margaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q. "I suffered with bad headaches caused jy a disordered liver. Hearing my justomers speak so highly of Cham berlain's Tablets, I thought I would ry what they would do for me. After :he first few doses I noticed an impro vement and after I had taken a couple 5f boxes found myself quite relieved of leadaches. which have not returned." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, "Whole sale Distributors. Oaly lour immigrants for Vic toria are on board the steamer Demosthenes, which will arrive here to-day, but on the Port Lincoln, expected on March .-i, there are about 1W. Of these. 1-3 are farm laborers and -"'0 British boys. This company of new Australians will be the largest that has arrived in Mel bourne ior.maiiy nicvntliK }Irs Charles Barley, Mrs George Claxton, and three children were driving, from Mooroopna on -Satur day morning when the ...

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITION. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. FOUNDRY V. BARKER'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITION. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. FOUXDRY V. BARKER'S CREEK. This match was commenced on the Wattle Plat ground. Foundry batted first, and put up a good performance, £ix wickets being down >for 203 when rime was called. Burns played a fine innings for 64, and J. Xorris 33, and W. Peeler 30, both not out, and Pritchavd 3], were the best of the others. Tlic scores are :— FOUNDRY. First Innings. g 'Burns, stp., b R. Grant .. .. 64 .•5. Peeler, run out . . .. 11 Roilley • .. .. 31 j Morris, not out 33 p Peeler, run out 14 li $rcwari, b Reilley 1 A-.'O'Brien, c and b Reilley .. .. 12 W. Feeler, not out 30 Sundries 7 Total i'or 0 wickets .. .. 203

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WOOLLEN MILL V. GUILDFORD. GUILDFORD. First innings. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

^OOLLEX MILL V. GUILDFORD. GUILDFORD. First irvninss. -sl iJGimenico, b F. Snackenbcrg .. •> J1. Delmenico, c F. Snackenberg, b C. ITalmshaw -- C- Barrassi, b W. G aul t on . • • • 1 Ve-lcti, h \\~. Gaulton .. • • Ay. Baker, h W. Gaultcn .. .. 5 Winkelmann. b W. Gaulton . • ^ McCaiTory. h C. Halmshav . . .. - 'X Whikclmann, c W. Snackenberg. !i C. .Malmshaw ; •\ Heaves, it \\*. ulion .. ' ^ I-o:iKi.s c C. lialnishaw, b V,'. 1 Ciauhon ^ Siewart, no; out i Sundries To m l .63 Bo'.vling :—F. Snackenberg, 1 for W. Gaulton 6 for 21: C, Halm sb-iv/, 3 for '12. Second luuiu^s. , G. Winkelmann, b F. Snackenberg 1'- I "■ Stewart, c J. 'Parkinson, b J. Xonh H frelmenico. e A>\r. Snackenberg. b -T. North • ■ 1 '*>■ 1-omas, ibw., b F. 'Snackenoerg i Barrassi, not out - Total 'for 4 wickets .. •• 30 WOOLLEN MILL. Fir?i innings. ^ Williamson, run out . • ■ • ^ Kerr, b A. Cleaves \ Gaulion, b A. Cleaves .. .. Snackenberg, b A. Cleaves .. 0 'N"or:h. c McCaftery, b A. Cleaves 13 J- Evans, c...

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B. GRADE. CASTLEMAINE V. MUCKLEFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

B. GRADE. CASTLE.MA1XE V. MUCIvLEFORD. j Tins match was played on the Camp Reserve. Muckleford bad first use ol \\\p, eiud put up li'5. Bogie a. i'ltsvdass game for 92, and J was assisted by Talbot, who notched ! 54. G. .McLean and L. Freeman open-1 ed for :he home team, and 14S was on ; the board before They were separated,! 'McLean being bowled for a stylish SI. J "When stumps were drawn 2 wickets were down for 1S3. Freeman being noi our wirh S9 to his credit. The scores are :— MUCKLEFORD. First Innings. Doidge, b Harris 13 Pascoe, b House 2 Talbot, h Burns 54 Hatton, stp., b House 7 Bogie, b Harris 92 Swifr, c, b Burns 2 P. C-onroy, stp., b Burns .. .. 13 Farrell, c and b House 11 Peitch, b Burns 21 iButcher, b House 0 i Rilen, not out 11 Bowling:—Harris, 2 for 53; House, 4 for Williams, 0 for 9; McLean, 0 for ol; Carroll, 0 for 11; Freeman, 0 for 10; Burns, -i for 9. C.U.C.C. First Innimis. G McLean, b Rilen SI L. Freeman, not out Sft Housi\ c Butcher, b Rilen .. .. 7 Burns, not...

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

IMPORTANT TO EVERY WO.MAX. MR!?. M. K STEWART, of die Head "jrtftsrs Staff of "The Ladies' College >f Health." 4G Elizabeth street, Mel bourne, will visit Castlenuiinc on ih.^ firs; and second Wednesday of each .month. and may lie consnhcd a; ;he Cumberland Motel fro:n 10.:30 a.in. •.ill i.I p.m. Every woman who is a victim of ill-V'alih, or who is threatened with i critical operation, and every woman who is disappointed in her desire to :111 the noble mission of motherhood. , should seek the skilful advice of Mrs ' Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Castlemaine authorised to supply nr. M. Coonley's celebrated Orange Lily I-Iome Treatment. Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d. for postage to Dept. 5, Ladies' College of Health, -16 Elizabeth street, Melbourne, for a free copy of "Woman's Guide to Health." a book which every woman should possess. Sir William Lyne left estate that lias been sworn lor probate pur poses at £17.SG"J. The bulk, which consisted of ...

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THE HOME RULE QUESTION IMPORTANT STATEMENT. BASIS OF SETTLEMENT. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

THE HOME RULE QUESTION we 9 IMPORTANT STATEMENT. BASIS OF SETTLEMENT. LONDON, Saturday. The "News of the World" stales au thoritatively that a settlement, of the Ulster (inestion is now assured on the basis of the exclusion for a stated term , of the four north-eastern counties. They have the option, at the expira ' tion of the tenm. of sending represen tatives to the Irish Parliament, or re ; maining apart.

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FACTS AND FANCIES. Old-Time Perfumes. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

■til PACTS AND FANCIES. , I t niH-Timo Perfumes. Perfumes were in common use in the ancient world, but views have changed as (o the pleasantness of various odours. The smell of aloes is now considered disagreeable by the majority of people, bur in the olden days aloes, both as solid ex tract and as wood, formed a staple perfume or aromatic. Saffron, more over, was a most popular perfume with the Romans, and was much in favour in England unlill about the sixteenth century.

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

PROPERTY SALES. Messrs Carter, Amos and Co. re port having sold by auction, on Saturday last, ^ood building blocks in Hunter street, on account of ^riss Birt, lot 1 to ITrs W. H. Partridge, and lot 2 ('/-acre) to Mr E. A. Smith, at satisfactory prices. The two blocks at the comer of Hunter and Urquhart streets not reaching the reserve, were passed in for private sale.

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Buda-Pesth's Municipal Shops. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

Buda-Pesth's Municipal Shops. The city of Buda-Tcsth has in vested .£20.000 in municipal .shops, where meat, poultry, and dairy pro ducts arc sold at "reasonable" prices; that is, at prices which yield Z to G per cent, net on the capital. The city has jfone in to slaughtering and has killed 10}OlX) horses in a year. The demand for horse meat is increas ing-. There is also a municipal bakery, which has turned out 81 .tXKJ!b. of bread a day, and is being: increased to a capacity of 110,U001b. a day, or more than 13 per ccnt. of the city's total daily bread consumption.

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The Country with the Longest Day. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

The Country with tho Lonsest Day. At Hamburg", in Germany, the for;:r cst day occupies 17 hours ar.d the shot test 7. At Stockholm, in S.veden, the longest has IS J and the shortest 0} hours. At St. Peicisbury, the longest has 1H and the shortest -3. in Finland, the longest has -1} hours. At Wondorbus, In Nor\>ay, the day lasts t'ryin -Ma;.' -1st to juiy 2nd, the sun nut gciti!^- below the horizon during" the \v!ioie t'lue, but skimming" along" very close to it hi the north. At Spitsbergen the i^iyy-j est day lasts three months and a halt".

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

TO DO OTHERS GOOD. "1 have been living in S.W. Queens land for thir!K>n years." writes Mr J. It. Timiale. otiiior o;' rSio Ctinhanralia "Watchman." "Dunns ihat iimc I liaw. been subject.to attacks of Diarr hoea and lst'.ve always found Cliamber laiivs Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. J can recommend ir. to anyone suffering from that, com plains. Von may use this letter as you see i":; for 1: is written to do others good." Sc-hl by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. ... A ... WHOLESOME • DRINK— •BRACING AND REFRE S HIN G

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

IX MEMORIAL. LAUREXSO.X.—In loving memory of my dear husband. Samuel, and our Taiher, who passed away on l">th j 'February, 1010; also William, bro-1 iher of the above, died January, l'.ilJ, at Carlton. i At. rest. i — Inserted In" his loving wife and fam ily.

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COMMERCIAL. CENTRAL AUCTION MART. SATURDAY, February 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

COMMERCIAL. central auction makt. SATURDAY. February 14th. •Messrs. Adams and Blakeley re port a good" attendance at their usual Saturday morning's auction saie of fruit, dairy produce, poul try. and cleared all lot's at satisfac tory prices. Quotations Bauer, ir,'d to 1/01; eggs, lid to lUtl: cheese, Sd; hams, lOd; bacon, yd. Poultry :—Fowls, 2/6 10 3/0; ducks, 2/ to 4. G; turkeys, 12/6 to 1.5/(5. Fruit :—Apples, 2/ to 1/0; pears, 2 to •! ; plums, l./C; tomatoes, 1/8 to •> .'(i

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

AMUSEMENTS, ETC. To-night AT THE Royal Picture Hall AND EYERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND SATURDAY. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. THE WAY OF A MOTHER. Great Western Drama, 2000ft. Dress Circle, 1/ ; Body of Hall, 6d. Children under 12,* half-price. TOWN HALL. THURSDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 19. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. Mil WALTER GEORGE Has pleasure in introducing to Castle mainc audiences his world-re nowned ENGLISH ENTERTAINERS, Known throughout GREAT BRITAIN, AIM ERICA, AF RICA, AND AUSTRALASIA AS The Smart Set lu (lie unsurpassed entertainment of .Music, Jlirth, and Merriment. Included in an unlimited number of Character Studies, Coon Songs, -Hum orous Novelties, Concerted Numbers, Duets, Sketches, Operatic Selections, Operettas. Revues, etc., etc. POPULAR PRICES—3/, 2/, and 1/. Box plan at Pedler's. WILL 'E. BRYER, Touring tylanager. TOWN HALL, CASTLE MAINE. TOWN HALL, ( ASTLEMA1NE. Sole Direction M. iLucas, Esq. .Manager, Harry Malvino. FRIDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 20th. FRIDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 20th. First...

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