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JOURNALISTS CRITICISM. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

J0l*RN A LIST'S C HIT1CISM. -4 ' LONDON, Friia?. Mr Frank Harris. a <;:r»-c:or or tri weekly journal. "\fo.i-T:: Society, who was sen: to ^ao'. wees. :'?• an indefinite period. :-v publisi&i commenis on the inin. suit between Mr A. D. Leslie-Metf and his wife, in which Karl Fi-zwilliss and Mr T. Cornyn Fiat: a: as co-respondents, has release Mr Harris apologised "or tho state men:?.

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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CHINESE SOLDIERS AMBUSHED. 138 MASSACRED. PEKING, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

chim:sf soldi eks \>ibrshep. * 13$ MAS.SACUKP. PICKING. Friday. Further depredations iuve b«3 committed by the "Whi:-- v.'oif" br er brigands. The natia-v? irabasiJi 900 GoveriKUfin :rooy*. and killed lis of them. They captured nutiy r:ties ar.-i '* considerable auiouu; of

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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COLD WEATHER IN NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

COM) WKATHO lv V°R*' NEW YORK. Friday- ; The exceptionally ^old w<,aT,. a- j ft'hic'a have been experienced :'J ;:H,. j iork, this week, lias boeu ro&P^4''1' ; ■'or nine deaths. ,| Several frozen bodies ha)'e ^ | 'fund in the streets. i i

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WOMAN'S PLUCK SAVES TRAIN. RUSHING ON TO WRECKED BRIDGE. SAN FRANCISCO, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

WOMAN'S IM.ITK SAYfcS TRAD. rushing ox to w kecks# bridge. SAX francisco, fri^ Telegrams 'from Denver. Cokm*; state ihat the pluck and prosfnef^ mind of a woman telephone tV^rS.^l prevented a great railway : when the dam of the great Creek reservoir bur?; yesterday-. ^ ; water released by the burstm? o« , dam swept down the valley 'n f, ^ I feet wall ami wrecked a ra!'*.T. I bridge near the town ot" Hudson sn^ : ly before a Chicago, BiirIiiiS;GI1 ^ Quincy passenger iraia with W V*0*' on board, was due to <toss. _ ,r Mrs Gamron, a telephone although in considerable the flood, stuck to her post " ough to warn the neares: s:at1°n';; The train was stopped by uaIrJ = Sags in time to prevent the threats catastrophe.

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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY) FINGER PRINT INVENTOR. PARIS, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

cablegrams? i -IA.IJ, (PER RBUTER'S AGENCY > FI50ER TRIM INYZYIX^ PARIS, Friday. Tho death is " The death is announced of ^5, :, phonse Bertillon, head of the iden^' -v cation department in the Prefect^', i/'j Police of Paris, and inventor o-"\v"^ finger prim method «f identified % of prisoners. M. Benillon *a3 ^ years 01" ago. '

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"AUSTRALIA IN LONDON" EXHIBITION. DONATION FOR PAPUA SECTION. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

"AUSTKALIA IV T<*\1)<)\* EXHT HITIOX. DONATION FOR PAPUA SECTION. LONDON. Fridav. ! Mr Allien CJoldio is loavins Loudon I1 for Australia Vi>" the R.-M.S. Orsova j with plans ami models of the various j sections of th» "Australia in London''J Exhibition to be held at Earl's Court in 1916. A wen known London fiprn hns offe- ^ rod to donate rhe sum of £6000 if the promoters -will devote a section to 1 the people, customs, and resources of Papua. *

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WAR MINISTER AS WITNESS. WILL NOT PRODUCE REPORTS. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

j WAR MINISTER AS WlHESs 1 WTLL NOT PRODUCE REPORTS. LONDON". Frier, i The Jibe! action bMugh: b? y^y {W. a. Adam, formvrly t"nionis; vp for Woolwich, again?: Lord WaM, permanent. Under Secretary-.0 $1 War Office, was continued 'c-hj. ] Colonel F. K. Soeiy, S^rvarj ol j State for War, was calird i (witness to-day. declined to Br;-, j (luce certain confident!*! reports" y. Uhe ground that <b<nr productionT.jij [be against the public :n:-?rcs:.

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"GRAFT" IN CANADA. PARLIAMENTARIANS FOUND GUILTY. MONTREAL, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

GJUFT- IN CANADA. PAR LI AM KXTARiANS porvn GUILTY. u MONTREAL, pr;fc Tho invr>«: t^a The investigation conducted h .1 •: Quebec" Provincial Legislature ' C' the charges of "gra.fi" prefer:^ I inst three members ot ihe Houaa v i.\ concluded. The 'Montreal ^ Mail" made the charges in instance and when the editor *45^' r led to the bar of the Legislature'",' gave the names of the mr-mbersV cerned, who thereupon r^signa^ seats. The inquiry has resuirod t:t Mr B--\ i nard and Mr Moussoau being for"' gruilty of ••graft," but as both a=-V ers had resigned thoir sexts it i;7-. derstood that no further action sible.

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AUSTRALIAN PRODUCTS. EXCELLENT DISPLAY ON L[?] LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

I I AUSTRALIA N PRODUCTS. EXCELLENT DTSPLAV r.v LONDON. Pridav. Messrs. Selfririge and Co., Ltd., ; well known London firm o: se:c> ants, are a' presetu hold'n.c a Dosi:: ons Exhibition at their poraiises i Oxford street. The Commonwealth Clover.'itaent ri the States of South Australia, Queens land, and Western Australia. and New Zealand Government, all haves celleiit display? of their r-fsprct:*? products.

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GALES ON ENGLISH COAST. WRECKS AND LOSS OF LIFE. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

i —? I | UALES ON EMiLlSH t'OASI. WRECKS AND LOSS OF LIFE. LONDON, Fridi" Heavy gai^s ataking along English coast hare boe:i respoasiw ' for wroci;s ut -r-po;. :•:■! bv soait less'' of life. The second Australian submaria. l which was journeying from Ba:ro< to Portsmouth, has bv'n forced »ufc shelter at Fishguard, on ts-.- coast Pembrokeshire. !

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

CASTLEMAINE V. MALDON. Casiiemaine visited iMaldon with cishr men, and batting first were out for St!. Iredaie 25, and 'Shelton 21, be ins the m0S! aggressive batsmen. Jlal don had lost 4 wickets for 176, when play ceased. Hibbert played his cus tomary free innings for 60, and Ellis is 46 no: out. TV scores are : — c.u.c.c. First Innings. .Iredale. b Butty 25 •Shclion. sip Sims, b Batty . . .. 21 Dunn, c and b Hayes 15 House, b Hayes 13 Sutherland, c Batty, b Hayes .. ft McDonald, b Hayes 0 Spoivart. c Hibber;, b Batty .. .. 6 Barnes, no: out 0 Sundries 6 j Total SO Bowling Ellis, 0 for 20; J. Hib bert. ii for 2<J; G. Batty, 3 for 20; Hayes •) for 15. j MALDOX. ! First Innings. M. H. Bryr.ni, b Shelton .. .. 25 K. Ferriman. c Dunn, b Shelton .. IS C. Batty, c Iredale, b Shelton .. IS R. Ellis, nor our 46 J. Hibbert. c Sutherland, b Iredale GO Sundries D Total for 4 wickets .. .. 176 Bowling :—Barnes, 0 for 54; Ire- dale, 1 for 26; Shelton, 3 for 48; Suth erland, 0 for 30;...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE       ARRIVALS.   HOBSON'S BAY, Saturday.   Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day   were :—Kiel from New York; Surrey from Liverpool; Zealandia from West Australia; Ville de la Clotat from Mar- sellles. Sunday. Moorabool from Newcastle; Lauder- dale from Newcastle; Loongana from Launceston: Grantala from Sydney; Van Waerwyck from Batavia; Ellerlie from Ocean Island; Warrimoo from Bluff; Oonah from Burnie.  

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MAJOR MITCHELL MEMORIAL ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED. UNVEILING ON 22ND APRIL. SUBSCRIPTION LISTS ISSUED. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 16 February 1914

MAJOR MITCHELL MEMORIAL ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED. UNVEILING ON 22nd APRIL.   SUBSCRIPTION LISTS ISSUED. A meeting of the general commit tee of the Major Mitchell Memorial movement was held in the Stock Exchange room on Saturday after noon, the Mayor (Cr. Cornish) pre siding. The Secretary (Mr Ellery) an nounced the receipt of a letter from the Water Supply Commission granting permission to the com mittee to erect the memorial on the site indicated. It was reported that subscrip tion lists were in circulation at Chewton and Elphinstone. The sub-committee's report was read by Mr Burleigh, as follows:- The sub-committee recommended that circulars be sent round to prominent men and public bodies asking for subscriptions. The re sponse was not encouraging, prob ably owing to the holidays inter vening. The following amounts have been received :- Castlemaine A.N.A., £1 1s; Inspector Gates, £1 1s; J. A. Arthur, M.H.R., 10s 6d; H. S. W. Lawsou, M.L.A., 10s 6d; Harcourt A.N.A., 10s...

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NEW CHINESE RAILWAY. £800,000 PAID FOR CONCESS [?] PEKING, S[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

<e»" 'him:h hail)tii I -f— j £800.t'0o PAID FOR f, i 1 pEKtXG 1 Rv flinr r>f | By dim of promising pcr'.^'-' ! pain money, the Franco jdustrial -Bank has obtain** &' siom for the construction o'M' in Southern China frot2-t^ via Xanning, Sing-v-fn „

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CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) ULSTER LEADER DEAD. RT. HON. THOMAS SINCLA[?] LONDON, S[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

fPF)T? ni-Tr^r,.. (PER «»aS ™™» leabeb . ; HT. IIO.V THOMAS S!Sclj:.■* ' . L3XD0\, Tbe death has ocri,-. V Hon. Thomas rfinr-ia^r' p r of i": Irish merchant, and of ihe movement iu r-C ***'£' Home Rule. :„'V:r to? !'i ins ^.v-v

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MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

.MALDOX. Owing to the oppressive weather ' and the" apathy of miners the attend ance at 'the public meeting dealing with the non-union question m the Tem perance Ha>ll on Sunday afternoon was only a moderate one. However, a couple of very able addresses on the subject were given by Messrs. Thos. Howes, president of the F.M.E.A., of Victoria, and Chris. Fitzgerald, form erly a well-known Labor organiser, and -now in business at iMaldon, in which a strong and urgent appeal ! was made to those outside the ranks ; to join. Those to whom the remarks j were principally made were not pre- j sent, and it is doubtful whether the i meeting will have the desired effect. Votes of thanks to the speakers and chairman (Mr H. Bryson) were car ried by acclamation. Large congregations were present at Holy Trinity Church on Sunday, when the Rev. J. Tyssen preached farewell sermons prior to taking charge of the St. George's Church at Malvorn for a period of 12 months, in place of the Rev. €. Dalton,...

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

I DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE i BbPHIXSTOXE. The local railway station has quite an animated appearance lately, the reason ibeiug that six drays and wag gons are busy carting engine wood, and sending it per rail to the Bendigo mines, and as they go two or three trips a day a considerable quantity is being sent away daily, and a larse stack is piled up awaiting transit. About -0 years ago people said the firewood was done in this district, but they are still carting, and will no doubt keep on doing so [or another ten years. Residents, on Saturday wore a scared look, aud held their breath, when they saw approaching this ham let a posse of mounted riflemen, and it flashed 'through their minds that it might be a foreign invader coming to take tho parish pump. But a sigh ot' relief escaped them when, they saw the horsemen ride over the hill to wards Kyneton. I-L transpired that the small army was going to meet a like number, who were coming from Kyneton, to do battle with blank cart ridge in...

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P.L.C. CASTLEMAIN BRANCH. IMPORTANT MEETING. PREPARING FOR THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

P.L.C, —4 gastlelmaine branch. important meeting. preparing for the elections. The ordinary fortnightly meeting; of the local branch was held on Friday evening at the Royal HaM; 3Ir M. Con nell, presiden't, in the chair. _ Correspondence was received from the secretary of the Central •Executi've acknowledging the receipt of letter re deportation of South African stiike leaders, and intimatiug that same would be brought up at the Executive s next meeting. A. Roderick, deputy returning ofh cer, wrote supplying list of nomina tions which had been received for the different offices for the Castlemaine and Maldon State Electoral Council, which are as follow : — President. :—Messrs. M. Council and Chris. Fitzgerald. Vice-president : -Mr J. .McLeod. Secretary : D. Roderick and Miss >M. If. Marwich. •Treasurer : Mr G. Docking. 'Committee (5 to >be elected) : Messrs F. Elliott, J. B. Hibbert. A. Ewart, W. C. Preece, Miss May 'Hibbert, 'Mrs. 'M-argherita Hill, Mrs. Aniyc Stan comibe. •D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

ARK SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. "I was inclined to bo eonst:?*--. and was always compelled to iff"./ laxative," writes Mr Hugh McXf£';: ton, Lubeck, Vic. "Chamber^;-: Tablets were recoii'iaended :o a? *-•• a few doses relieved tne of this-^ blesome complain;. I think ;J of them tha: now I take an oceas^ dose, which helps to keep mo health." Sold by Geo. Clark asa^-. Wholesale Distributors. GOT VERY WEAK. "My boy Jack was very baa Diarrhoea," writes Mrs M. Lee.; X.S.W. "For quite a tortni?5: a'V'• ill and got very weak. My : bought a -bottle'of Chamber!^'5 ^ •: and Diarrhoea Remedy and to */.[■. Prise one dose completely : him.-' Sold by Geo. Clark ana &•* . Wholesale Distributors. TO DO OTHERS GOOD "1 have been living in S.V.. ; land for thirteen years." wrn?» A \.\ K. Tindale, editor of the Cua"a® j*."; "Watchman." "During that •"£; have been subject to attacks hoea and have always found Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea quickly relieve me. I can !'<?co:lu^~,. it. to anyone su...

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IRON QUOITS. RAILWAY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

"toy-quoits. '1UJL1VAY COMPETIT1 OX. third match for iiie season was! S'm.'imI la-.; Saturday at 'ho Hail way j li'-' Ci ends, a-ad some keen and escii- j '!j» Pmes wore witnessed. A remark-] point about the games was thej '•:0ho finishes, and this reflects great -^ajt Oil Mr D. Todd's handicapping! ='H'my, AVhen players are satisfied •Mih their mark, as was the case in l!1:s match, as well as previous ones, aiore need be said. This fine sum Iller game is fast reviving", and the fnasiagomeni committee has nothing <o cavil at in the way players are re spoiidiiig to the matches promoted. _,Hi- of tiie most improved players at Ul'3 game is 0. Martin (the last win ;!eri, who, despite his decreased start, Has on,. 0I- ;]u, ]a£t j'ive_ £ Luptou (6) 'l!„ul."• Robinson (scr.) provided one ^ the closest games for the day, the iortiier winning by 1. The' winner, H. -bridge, played a very consistent Ssm{» an through, and had the game ins life to beat young Thompson, W'tio. hi ono st...

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