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THE MARKET. AUCTION SALES. SATURDAY, February 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

TIJE MARKET. ? . AUCTION" SALES. SATURDAY, Fobruary 14r.h. Messrs. Carter, Amos and lo. re pon. liar fog conducted their weekly sak- ci dairy pro cU; eft. fruit and poul try, there being a goon attendance of buyers, and every lot cleared. The following prices were realised Bt::tcr. fair supply. firm. 'Prime, 1/0* to II; medium, 10d to lid; eggs, dicr; supply, big demand, firmed, lid ro H;.d: honey. 3d; bacon, none for u'dl'd. Kruhv very large supply of plums ai?d poao.hes. prices lower. Apples, eiuing. :v <1 to r>.. ; cooking, 2/- io 3/; pear?, 2.-; poaehes. Id :» 2:'d; plums, prime. LH to 2/; poorer, 1/ to 1/4; •nv.l'vrries, 2d t0 3d; blackberries, 4d; tomatoes. 2/ to :'/. Poi'liry. fair supply. Young roosters, 2/7 ;o 'f>: chickens. 1 /•} to l/:>; hens, 1 -to i '; ducks, 2 'i to 3/S; small, 2 ;; i o 2 '•>. Vegetables :—.Marrows, ?>'' dozen; bear,?. 1U1 lb; cucumbers, •!d dozen.

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

ITEMS Of NEWS. rfr Ihe most absorbing subject iu Ustlemaiuc at the present' time is toe Citizens' and Pioneers' Excur sion tp Quecnscliff and Sorrento, wmcn takes place on Wednesday next. Nearly everyone in Castle mamc appears to be going, and the pickets arc sell in <r rapidly. Tlie ommittce have made all arrange ments for the comfort and con venience of the excursionists, and the present trip it is expected will eclipse all previous ones." It would be as well for those p.asseugers ^who intend to stay at Queenscliff or Sorrento for a few days to see •that they book their luggage through to Port Melbourne, other wise it may be taken out at Flind ers street. In answer to the ap plication made for excursionists to inspect the forts at Quecnscliff, the ■Secietary has received a reply stat m«r that permission to visit the torts is limited to members ot Par liament and ofiicers of the Common wealth Military Forces. It has been a dry summer, but for tunately we have not been bu...

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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Mr. Frank A. Hill reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

BENDIGO TIC MARKET. ? Mr. Frank A. liill reports : — A splendid yarding of piss forward for sale. consisting princinallv of ba eon<?r$, porkers, stores, and young pigr*. Quotations : — bar.oncrs, £?»/-V to £4/4/; others, from .€3/1/: backfauers, from C4 -\l.sv ro £6/2-'. •Porfc'y/s, £2/7/0 to £2/18/: liglu, from £ 2/2/6. Sioros. S'»/ i0 45/: slips, io 2S : suckers and small pigs, lower. Milch calves, io .£2/2 : fmall, from S Carcase pork, io ii^d por lb. Yeui. to 2d per lb. according to weigh: and quality.

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THE Mount Alexander Mail MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

THE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 111, 1914. Among those wlio are in touch with Children's Courts, or who are studying the fruits of this piece of legislation, there is a practically unanimous opin ion that they are not. coming up to expectations, and many there are who unhesitatingly assert, thai they border on the farcical. Siuce their introduc tion there has been a large increase in juvenile offenders,, which it is widely contended is traceable to the existence of Children's Courts. These courts certainly enable an offender's name to "be kepi out of print, but it is like the ostrich burying its head in the sand, for the fact that a boy is before the Children's Court soon travels, and in a few days it is as well known as if it had appeared in prim. 'But, de spite this fact, boys and tlieir parents1 apparently consider not much harm is j done, even though the offence be a | serious one, so long as no press pub licity is given to it. The trouble with both the boys and their parents does not appe...

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

Everp tirrw I ooughcti ony Iwag? would bleed." Another Ballarat euro ST Dr. Sheldon's New Disrotct "I suffered with hemorrhage of the I Lungs for years," writes Mrs. E. M. ■ Blythen, 12 Lowe Street, Ballarat E. Vic. "I was so bad that I really thought that I would never get over it. Every time I would cough, my lunffg would bleed. The blood would come up in my throat ?.nd nose in eupfuls. A uanderchief was r-f no use, it would be soaked in a minute. I had to have a thick towel to catch the blood. 1 got so weak, and lost weight considerably, .foing down to six stone, instead of ter stone. I had the doctor attending me but he did not help me in the least, and I said if the bleeding does not stoj. [ will die. A friend brought me a bot tie of Dr. Sheldon's Nc.v Dhcovrrj and gave rue a dose, ?nd it stopped tiu coughing and the Weeding of thr I lungs. It seemed to heal up the lung' and give me sirens Ui as well. After : week's treatment with. Dr. Sheldon'.1 New Discovery, I could get up a...

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"WHAT'S THE GOOD?" YOUTH RELEASED ON SURETY. PROSECUTOR MAKES COMMENT. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

"WHAT'S THE GOOD?" , f — YOUTH RELEASED OX SURETY. •PROSECUTOR MAKES COMMENT. MELBOURNE, Saturday. "What is the good of bringing them here if they are going to get off like this? I will bring no more cases to this court." Herbert Perry, boot manufacturer, thus expressed himself after the Bench had suspended a sentence of one month's imprisonment imposed on Gordon Robertson, 2G, at.. Richmond ; court this .morning. 'Robertson was | charged with having stolen leather I valued at 4/6 from Perry's boot fac j tory. He was released on his mother entering- into a surety of. £10 for his .future good behavior. Herbert iPerry said that Robertson had been in his employ for two: years. Tile leather heels .produced were his property. ■ • Joseph Ragoni, bootmaker, of 110 Flinders street, said that Robertson had sold a number of leather heels to him. Plainclothes Constable A. B. Ivoets veld stated that Robertson admitted having taken the heels. Accused beg ged ',Mr Perry to let. him off, but Mr Pe...

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

Underclothing Specials While underskirts, deep embroidery, flouncing, nicely finished with beading and ribbon, usual prices, 5/6. to clear 3/G; better quality 8/6, now 6/6. Ladies' Pure calico chemise, calico frills, full size, usual price, 1/11, to go a; 1'';:. A fine range of better qualities marked at low rates. Balance of one-piece dresses in crepe, pique and linene, to go at 4/9, worth 12 Sample loi of ladies' silk blouses, newest styles and good fit, from 5/0 upr 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, 5/6; IS inch. 6/'ll; 21 inch, 9/11; 23 incli, 12/11. The very latest in willow dross baskets, leather bound ends, with strong straps and handle, 20 inch, 10 '; 22 inch, 12/6. heather kit bags, from 10-' upwards. Hayes and Harris' ' THE HOUSE FOR QUALITY AM) SOLID VALUE. Phone 100. The Fruit Season IS NOW WITH US, AM) BOTTLING WILL UK IX FULL SWING FOR TH...

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

Colouring Meerschaums. A generation ayo expert smokers I could make. quite a co.r.'orta'blc ad-j ciitiou to their income by co!ouri:iy meerschaum pipes. The modvrn method of colouring' meerschaum pipes is by the use of a machine, to which any number of pipes may be j attached. Ail ;;re connected by iub-s! to the bellows, which draws the smoke steadily and very slowly—just enough to keep the tobacco lighted. Alter one set of pipes i> '•smoked" out they are laid away to cool, and another set is attached. In this way the pines may be coloured in a few days with out the slig-hte.?t risk.

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A Lesson from Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

A Lesson from Germany. The Gennan.s are enemies of ugli ness. :;ncl dirt and squalor, l'-vcn m their manufacturing; towns there no such filth :.s that dij-iigurir..^ our own towns. Such a town as Lssen, where the Krupps make .their death j machines, is a model. of cleanliness j and municipal e.uei pri-e. , The en tire male i.o:ui!aii<>n is engaged m dirty work, but J never saw a dirty j man in Kss;n. > - Philip (.Jibbs in the "Graphic." 1 saw an army of men marching 1'roni th«> works, and each man had ch-an face and band?, and walked like a .soldier, smart weil-^et-un. in sn.uiess clothes. He j had left his dirt in the bath, his working clothe? in the looker. It was a moral lesson for the working- man.

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The First Elephant in England. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

The First Elephant in Eneland. The first elephant thru came tu Eng land was one sent ;is a present to James I. by the King of Spain. Five camels were also included in the gift; and when they all passed through London a:, midnight the people jum ped out of their beds to look and wonder at theni. king James was highly delighted with this addition to his menagerie; not so the Lord Treasurer, who grumbled at the ex pence of keeping such eaters, and looked very blank when. in the blessed graciousness of His Majesty's dis position, "one hundred and fifty pounds was ordered to be given to the Spaniards who brought them over.'' 1'oor man he certainly was to be pitied, for a isard matter it was to get money enough to supply all the wants of his extravagant master. Ki'iVg' James's elephant came from India: and the first specimen from Africa was.the noted Jumbo, who was only about the ..size o;: a Shetland pony when he arrived, but ho lived <o 1)0 the largest elephant ever seen, cit...

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

A1AL DON". The Derby United arc rising oft the south level at S-5ft south of •the break, and are up a distance oij i)">l't. The reel" channel is oft wide intermixed with quart/, worth *2 dwt, and the stores north of the break are worth oclwt to the ton. In the east crosscut at the (580ft in termediate the spurs are well 'min eralised. At the cvanide plant 300 tons were treated for a yield oi 45 oz 3dwt. At the South German the ■win7.!.' below the interniediate level has been connected with the rise from the 200011 level, and prepara tions are now bciny made to stope above and below the intermediate level, where payable stone has been •proved. 1 he company lias an ample supply of fresh water from its own dams. 'i'ribulors.—Da\'ter •and party are breaking .stone north and south of the \\itn'.c. and im proved prospects are. reported; 'Grisrij and party are operating without chaii-e, and Best and party are breakiiiir stone for the battery at I<HH'«ft level. At the New Day ...

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

MINING INTELLIGENCE, i j i Spring Gully arc crushing stone from the northern slopes, but not much gold is seen. Satur ■day's clean up was 53Ao/. from :'30 tons. Prospecting work is in. pro gress at Spring (inlly No. I and South Spring ilullv. Crushing is proceeding, at' South Wattle Gully. A Melbourne company has pegged out the Ajax and Bolivia leases, and we understand there is a good prospect of the ground being, work ed. The tu u bucket dredges at Camp bell's Crvek obtained Tlo/. for the j week.

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

WASTED AM) GENERAL . \\ A.NTED.—Smart youth, for office. Apply. Woollen Mill.' : \0(.y.i '-Vfjinau wains {MMiatiou as : (t housemaid or jrenoral in or near j , Usifcmam?. ABC, Casilcmaino P.O. ; )y,\V:ii.—-Yo'ir,Lr 2:1 rl, for honse ' '''Ork. Apply." Mrs R.' Fisher, : Jomou street. I WaN;TED.-A '.ad, able 10 drive ba ? , , "K?r's car;. Applv, T. Rasnmssen. 5; J«aaiU)Be street, ; -^THD.—-Boys ami girls. Apply. a\ - oace. Woollen -Mill. TO BUY.—Pianos, Ger ■ man' English, or French, i '*'."* roust s;ate maker's name, and ; ^particulars, "Cash." This Office. 1' SAIjK.—Profitable fruit, and con. I Kxtionery business in Market £ j>^ar5l P"vato reasons for selling, j-'cy Baker, auctioneer. TARE'S NO PLACE LIKE HO.MLv" House and land (freehold), for p1^ 'vkhin 8 minutes of Foundry. ^'■y Baker, auctioneer. ,\!'1>0T.MEXTS TCxf.raordirc.iry.—Good »„ Hnf' w,'il building blocks, "oal £•;«> to xt'iM.,. Percy Baker, ' ie' U'.M-vr Mi 1' SjALE.—Ciieu-n. L».>;u shock's aud jjjj ^-M>or...

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THE MEXICAN TROUBLE. VERA CRUZ, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

THE MEXICAN TROUBLE. VERA ,CHUZ, Friday. Preoaiiii^ have been taken to pro fee? ;h'c Brixisa residents of Mexico Ci;v in 'he evt'nt °' there being -an uprising in the Mexican capital. Mac hine 5uns Iiavo been landed here from the battleship Suffolk. The weapons are being sent to the British Le jn Mexico Oit^.

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PREMIER OF CHINA RELINQUISHES OFFICE. PEKING, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

fkemieh of chix.v relix QV1SHES office, -4 PEKING, Friday. flic President of China (Yuan Sliih Kai) 11:1:5 acc^Pt0<^ tho resignation of •he Premier (Hsiung-hsi-ling). He has appointed as Acting Premier, Sun I'm Chi.

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CALBEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) RUSSIAN PREMIER RESIGNS. ST. PETERSBURG, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

riABLEGRAMS v*-— (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) jjrSSIAX I'll EX IER UEMiNS. 4 ■ «t iPKTERSBURG, Friday. fji0 Hussian Prima Minister and : fillister of Finance (M. KokovtzoiT), : lis resigned owing to tho campaign of ' ,jjti reactionaries, who desired an ac ■Voly reirogressive policy. "j[.*Goremykin will succeed M. Ko jaivtzoff and die appointment is regar ded as a reactionary one.

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TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. FOUR MEN BLOWN TO ATOMS. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

TERRIFIC EXTLOSIO>'. — m —-*-1 FOUR MEN BLOWN" TO ATOM'S. •NEW YORK, Friday. A terrific explosion occurred to-day , at die Hercules powder iactory a: i Kenvjl, in New Jersey. : Four of ;he workmen were killed, ! and the plan; »vas Totally destroyed. ! So complete was the dosirueuon that i no trace can be found of the bodies of ; tlie victims. I Mrs EiizabelH Giffen, widow oi i the' late Richard Gificn, and ] inothcr oi George Gifren, the cric kettr, died last. Wednesday _ a.i : South Terrace, Adelaide. "Mrs G-iff on ; had reached the ajft of 90 years a?.d eleven uionths.

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WIRELESS AS A WEAPON. SUBMERBED SUBMARINES DESTROYED. ROME, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

\S .V '.VEAPOX. SUBMERSED SL:fl.MAHI.NES DES TROYED. ROME. Friday. Ail official trial look place to-day of ; "h? "F" rays wireless invention of ; Signer I'iivi, an Italian engineer. Two submerged torpedoes were ex ploded by means of tlic rays in the ■ Amo River (Tuscany).

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JAPANESE CRISIS. GROWING AGITATION. TOKIO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

JAPANESE CRISIS. • ♦ (i ROW i .\\; A G 1T A T10 X. T0K10, Friday. Tiv sanation in Japan is still of a serious nature. The police are rigorously repressing demonstrations, -held in connection rtith the growing anti-tax agitation, ?."hich is due to the Budget for the new financial year, not affording any relief to the public. So far 200 persons nav? been arrested.

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THE HINDU QUESTION. FIERCE REVOLUTION IMPENDING. WASHINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

THE HINDU QUESTION. FiEaCF. REVOLUTION* IMPENDING. WASH ING TON, Fridav. It the exclusion of Easi Indians is persisted in by Western nations, the : . fiercest revolution the world ever knew ; is likely to be precipitated. Tnus speaks Dr. Sishindra 'Bose, a ; -University Professor 01 Calcutta, who contends that the Hindus are Aryans, and therefore are entitled to the same privileges as those accorded to other Aryans. If exclusion is necessary the United States ought to make a gentle man's agreement with the'.Indian Gov ernment. thus avoiding a special law, humiliating to the Hindus.

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