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"DISREPUTABLE OLD BLACKGUARD" CHARGE OF THREATENING BEHAVIOR. BAD CASE AT WINTER'S FLAT. WELL MERITED PUNISHMENT. THE MAXIMUM PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

"DISREPUTABLE OLD BLACKGUARD"1 r-* 'CHARGE OF THREATENING BE '' HAiVIOR. BAD CASE AT WINTER'S FLAT. WELL MERITED PUNISHMENT. THE MAXIMUlM PENALTY. The audacity and blackguardism of! some tramps i3 becoming a scandal, and women in the town are especially terrified. Fortunately the sentences i imposed in the last two cases before 'the local Court have been exemplary, and will have the effect, of keeping this class of undesirable away from the town. At the Police Court yesterday mor ning, a stronglv-built elderly man, with a strong gift of the gab, named John James Murray, appeared before Dr. Woolley and Mr Xewham, J.s.P., on two charges. The first was for being drunk and disorderly in a public place. Accused : "Well, I wasn't drunk. I don't, understand this at all. I don't, think I was drunk. Dr. Woolley : You plead not guilty? Accused : Yes. I wasn't drunk. Constable 'Lane said that at 8 o'clock on Saturday night, in response to a telephone message from Mr T. Odgers, he proceeded to ...

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CHAPTER XIV. AWAKENING VOICES. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

CHAPTER XIV. AWAIvEXIXG VOICES. Frances Durkin's memory o: that hurried -flight from Genoa remained with her a confusion of iruongruous and quickly changing pictures. She had a recollection of stepping from her cab into a crowded sailors' cafe ehantant. of pushing past, chairs and tables and hurrying out through a side door, of a high wind tearing at her hair aud ha: as she and Dur&in hurried down nar row, stone-paved streets, of catching the smell of salt water and the musky odor of shipping, of a sharp altercation with an obdurate customs officer in blue uniform and tall peaked cap, who stubbornly barred their way with a bare and glittering bayonet against her husband's breast, while she glibly and perseveringly lied to him, first in French, and then in English, and then in Italian. Sac remembered her sense of relief: when he ar last reluctantly allowed j them to pass, while they stumbled over J railway trucks, and the rough stones of the quay pavement, and the bund les of...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. CASTLEMAINE A.N.A. V. HARCOURT I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

RIFLE SHOOTDTG. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. CASTLEMA1NE A.N.A. V. HAR COURT I.O.R. The above teams met at. tile range last night, and the result was a win for A.X.A. by 43 points. The following are the scores : — A.X.A. J. Sands 67 R. W. Fisher t>5 T. Arthur (54 G. Lane t>3 W. UeMahon GO H. Woodward 57 W. O'.Mullaue 57 H. Tingay 56 Total 4 Si) l.O.R. R. Gartside GO H. Pellas 60 C. A. Warren 59 W. H. Ely 5S J. Gartside 57 E. Wilkinson 52 A. E. Eagle 51 W. E. .lames 50 Total 4-10 —

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MEAT TRADE STRIKE FIRST BLOW STRUCK. MELBOURNE, Midnight. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

MEAT TRADE STRIKE Fl'RST BLOW STRUCK. .MELBOURNE, Midnight. What looks like the first blow iu the'battle between employers and em-' rloyes in tho meat trade was gtruck to-day at the City Abattoirs. Some 200 slaughtermen are idle in conse quence of a dispute over cleansing and limewashing the slaughtering pens, and (Melbourne is faced with dear imeat. A meeting of tho employers took place to-night, when it was decided to take no action iu the matter, in view of the fact that a meeting of the Wages Board is called for Wednesday to consider the matter. A mass meeting of the shops and factories' employes was also held last night, in the Trades' Hall. At this morions, demanding a conference with the employers within 21 hours, wercl carried. li Failing the conferenco, the meeting , decided to abide bv any action the Executive might take. Another meet ing is to be held on Thursday to re ceive the report of the Executive.

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE Hertzian Voice A STORY OF STRANGE ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. CHAPTER XIII. "THE FOLLY OF GRANDEUR." [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

(ALL BIGHTS ItESERTED.) TUB Hertzian Voice BY A. S. -CR-THl'lt. ) A STORY OF STKA>"Gli ADVENTURE AND ROMANCE OF WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. CHAPTER XIII. "TUB FOULY OF CVRAXDEUK.'' She hoard Durkin's-litle choked cry of pain and surprise, for ho had been seized, she knew, and pinned back ag ainst the door. U was Pobloft's men, she told herself. They had him by the throat, she knew by the sound of ilie guttural oaths which they were trying to choke back. She could hear the kick and scrape of feet, the move ment of his writhing and twisting body against the door, as on a sounding board. She surmised that they' had his arm held, otherwise lie would sure ly have used his revolver. _ She was conscious of a sort of wild joy at the thought that he could pot. for they | were going through him, from the i <imeted sounds, pocket by pocket, and .clie knew he would have shot them if he could. ' "There's nothing here!" said a voice, in French. Frank, listening so close to them, could hear...

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

CONSTIPATION * ? OVERCOME BY DR. .MORSE'S INDI AN ROOT PILLS. "I was troubled with that complaint, constipation," writes .Mrs. Isabella Taylor, of Ebden sL, East Ballarar., J Vic., "which proved the ibane of my existence, and not unlike many other folks, tried several restoratives in vain—at least, that, proved rny experi ence after trying them. I received no permanent relief until 'I had taken a few doses of Dr. .Morse's Indian Root Pills, when to my great satisfaction and surprise I became suddenly well again, and I have no hesitation in writing Indian Root Pills are a per fect medicine for genuine relief to all sufferers afflicted as I was. I recom mend Them to my friends everywhere and have no objection to you using this testimony."

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THE DOMINOES. TOWN HALL—FRIDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

TlIE 'DOMINOES. TOWN I-IALL—FRIDAY XEXT. Mr M. Lucas will present at (lie Town Mall. 011 Friday next, the world renowned Dominoes, who present a va riety entertainment, sparkling with novelties. The Dominoes, who are a collection of English and American talent, have made a successful tour of the States, Tasmania, and New Zea land, and the promoter states that pat rons will get the full measure for their cash. The team includes 'Nellie "Wil- i son, soprano, who has toured Englainl ; and Wales with "Tol. Benzies'" fam- j ous, talented company; Mr .Paul Jea gle, from the East End, London, who ! is known far and wide as a famous j Tyrolean whistler; Mr Bisli. Dudley,! late of the famous Lew. Doestader minstrel troupe, of the Alhambra, Wosr street. New York, who is a com edian, dancer, and talented ragtime singer; Mr J. Opie, widely known as a descriptive and humorist vocalist; Miss Lavina Tyson, pianiste, and mu sical directress, is enviel wherever she goes by piano players The Dominoes...

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

C03LMEBCUL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. Fairly good supplies of hay, with a firm demand at 'laic rates, charac terised the marker, lasr. week. The quality of the lvay was splendid, and little difficulty was experienced in ef fecting a clearance. Wheat displayed a firmness during the term, and the rate rose about 2d per bushel. Quotations :—Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ion; whoa ten, £2 per ton; wheat. 3/4£ to 3/5 per bushel; oats, I 1/8 per bushel; straw, ;i0,/ per ton; I flour, £S/10/ per ton; bran, £4/15/ 'per ton; pollard, £4/15/ per ton; Cape barley, 3/6 per bushel; new po tatoes, Carmens. £5 to £5/10/ per ton; Pinkeyes. £4 to £4/10/ per ton; new onions, Brown Spanish, £9 per ; ton.

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ENTERTAINMENTS THE SMART SET. TOWN HALL—THURSDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS — 9 _ THE SMART SET. TOWN -HALL—THURSDAY NEXT. Mr Walter George's English enter tainers, known as The Smart Set, and who come with a big reputation from London and the principal cities of America and South Africa, will make their first appearance in Castlemaine on Thursday next at the Town Hall. Besides an original comedietta, the evening's programme will comprise a medley of songs, dances and special tics by the full strength of the com pany, in eluding a monologue by the popular entrepeiuicr, Mr "Walter Geo rge, pianoforte solos by the clever and distinguished musician, iMr Edgar Holland; the latest, songs by t;he emin ent baritone, Mr Ernest Parkes; plea sing ballads and duets by Misses >Mona Thomas and Gwenyth Evans; charac ter sketches and studies by Miss Geo rgie .Martin, which have established her reputation in London, whilst Mr Edward Elliott will give his ventrilo qual specialties, in which he is assist ed by the clever automatuni. "Sunshine James." Popula...

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BENDIGO HOUSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

BKXDIGO HOUSE .MARKET. .Messrs. Mason Bros, repon. :—We had a full muster of horses forward. Buyers worn- 'present in their usual large numbers, but bidding was parti cularly dull, consequently few sales were made ar auction. However, dur ing the afternoon we disposed of a number .of horses privately at 'lie following quotations :—Heavy drau ghts, .'J:'.! to £30; medium do., £27 to £2:»; light do., t'rom £23: delive'-y horses, £ IS to <£22/10/: buggy hor ses, £12 to £17: ponies, £4/5/ to £ 12.

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

WEDDING £ OB ROBIXS-hFACEY. •A wedding that lias been looked for ward lo with more than ordinary in terest (writes our Campbell's Creek correspondent), took place last Wed nesday in the Campbell's Creek iMelh odist Church, the officiating minister being the Rev. B.. E. Williams. The bride was Miss 'Laura Facey, niece of Mr Philip Best, and the bride groom Mr John J. Robins, of Mellinar station, Mil-Ian, New South Wales. The young lady is well known here as a ■ helper in any worthy cause, to which she frequently gave her time and tal ents. She was a staunch supporter 1 ol' che church, and will be greatly mis sed. The wedding party journeyed to the church from the bride's uncle's resi dence in three motor cars. The best man was the bridegroom's brother, Mr Thomas Robins, while Mr James 'Rob ins acted as groomsman. The brides maids were Miss L. Rabins, who wore white silk, covered with lace, 'with merv ribbon attached, and .Miss Gladys Best, who was becomingly gowned in white silk with...

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THE CASTLEMAINE CLUB. MATCHES IN THE CITY CARLTON AND EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

•YhB CASTLB.MA1NB C'LUB. matches in the city. CARLTON and bast melbourne. To-morrow and Thursday next, C.U.C.C. will engage in nvatclies aga inst "the Carlton and East 'Melbourne clubs respectively. 'Last year the local players created a very favorable impression ar Carlton, when, after a very interesting game, they were just beaten on time. In both matches C.U.C.C. will pro bably liavo the services of Ray Dayley, who" is now playing with Xorthcote, and'".: Cariron. Roy Jewell, now of East Melbourne, will take the- field v;tth his former clubmates. Both matches commence at 11 a.m., n:ii ,iiOS? of the players will travel to Melbourne by ;he excursion trains which leave here early on Wednesday looming. -Casileniaine will be represented by : Against Carlton :—B. Barnes, H. Shelton. R. 'Daley, R. Jewell, J. Nor ris. A. Jewell. T. .Hodson. F. Mouse, D. Stewart, AV. Metherall, P. House.. .V. Ucbinson. ■Against East Melbourne :—IT. Shel ;oi!. R. Daley, Seelenmeyer, Burns, L. 'Priichard, A....

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BOWLING. RINK COMPETITION. HOW THE TEAMS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

howling. i KlXiv COMPETITION. HOW T11K IMAMS STAND. One of ilio most popular items on jhe local bowling club's programme is ■ ho Saturday rink competition. Some Tory exciting-matches liavcnbeon play and as the end is drawing'near in The record to date is : — Won. ■Lost. T3yos. Pis. ">v. Arciidaii fi 1 •) 156 Odgers 5 3 1 1*58 "^n Heurck 5 •j 2 101 Rasmusson "> 2 16ti "Co-.vai! 4 3 •j 142 Frank i 3 o - 129 'Bakf-r 3 4 2 121 Xevvhani 2 6 1 IIS Vallisli 1 <; 2 120 Borland 1 6 2 5*5

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KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. CHAPMAN TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

KYXETOX DISTRICT ASSOCIATION'.) CHAPMAN" TROPHY COMPETITION, j The second match 111 the third round (writes our Elphinstone corres pondent) was played on Saturday. Kyiieton Pansies played Elphinstone Daphnes 011 the local oval. Pansies baued first, and closed their innings with' four wickets for 100, but were sorry afterward that they did, for the Daphne's White Hope. Dou. Fleming:, "A'c/i iu tovm, and ima.de 54 not out, V&usies footsore, leather- j "wmwO^?,. \Nta\ tune was" up, and the j scor? books rougWy audited, Daphnes had lost S wickets for 96, which made a draw of it, and the Daphnes Avere iiidiiy eiated at setting so closc to the ijnvineibles, •However, after the train left. with file Pansies, the local secretary, G. Fleming, totted up the scores carefully and found that Daphnes were one run to the good, and he publicly announced " iio faer 10 the players from the bal cony of tiie Commercial Hotel, and such cheers and cheers again have not been heard here since the r...

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

WANTED AM) GENERAL* ^Y'AXTIDD.—Young girl, for house work. Apply, Mrs R. Fisher, Doveio:i street. WANTED.—A lad, able to drive ba mt's cart. Apply, -f. Kasmussen, Jtfvwiiowc svceet. J70II SALE.—Cheap, best shooks and iwpor; apple boxes. T. Odgers and Co. ]VASTE PAPER FOH SALE; Clean; Cheap. Apply, Mail Office. CECOXD Hand Piano, sound, easy terms, if required, at Pedler's. pARTER, AMOS & CO. announce 110 winter or summer fairs, tlieir ordinary prices for furniture being better man fair. A CETYLEXE Versus Electricity.— A Town of Bancroft, Xebraska, U.S.A.. adopts acetylene throughout, after using same in competition with air gas and electric light. Result: Electric plant closed down. Acetylene cheapest, safest, best, every purpose. Enquire Xalder's lighting depot, Ken nedy street. YHE Gloria Light, for orchardists, farmers, and country residents, economical, efficient, safe. "Ford" Har rison, Castlemaine Garage. _pOR new and secondhand gent's and lady's bicycles, tyres, sundr...

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INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S SECOND INNINGS. ALL OUT FOR 349. VICTORIA 2 FOR 96. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET i VICTORIA V. 80UTI1 AUSTRALIA. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S SECOND I NX IXC, 8. ALL OUT-KOIl 34!K VICTORIA 2 FOR OS. ADELAIDE, .Monday. There was a small attendance at Uie Adelaide Oval to-day, when the interstate cricket match, Victoria v. South Australia, was resumed. The weather was again hot. When play ceased 011 Saturday, the South Australians jji their second in nings had lost two wickets for 112 runs. At the conclusion of the day's play, the home team wore all out for IM',', and Victoria had lost 2 wickets for (J6 runs. The scores are : — SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First innings ., .. 271 Second Innings. Mayno, ib\\\, b FiUpairick .. .. -i 1 Middleion. b Lugton 27 Smith. i> MaUhews 34 "Willsmore, c Fiuqiatrick, b Ryder 3'.i Hill, c Kiernnn, h Ryler 00 ■Cnnvford, c Ryder, b Fii^pairiok IS '.Moycs. st Carkeek, b Kieman . . 32 Campbcil, h Fitzpatrick . . .. 2$ Pol-lew. c Park, b Sotuer .. .. -17 Price, noi out 5 Clutterbuck, b Fitzpatrick .. 0 Sundries In Total .. 349 Bowling ...

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THE NEW MINISTER FOR LANDS MR LAWSON, M.L.A. HIS RECENT SPEECH. A PRESS OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

the new minister for lands ;MR LA'WSOX, LM.LoA. HIS RECENT iSP-EECH. A.PRESS OPINION. Commeming on Mr Lawson's recent speech in xlie Assembly on the Closer Settlement muddle, the Melbourne cor respondent of the Bendigo "Advertis er" says :— Xo new Alinister for .Lands has ever faced a more difficult position than Mr j^wson faced. That lie established a feeling of confidence in him as a new ..Minister is a distinct success on his part. Mr Lawson neither showed too niuch confidence nor promised too jmicli. He did not slur any of the difficulties of the sub-committee's re port. What he did say was that he was going to face those difficulties, iliat he 'would remedy all that could be remedied by administration, while the others would be referred to the Royal Commission. His work was not easy in closing ilie debate on ■ lie closer settlement, because the feeling of the House when he rose was that a Royal Commission was a use less proposal. Even the men in the Corner who Jiad demanded a R...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914. ITEMS OF NEWS. —db We. are experiencing the lirst rcal lv hot spell this season-, the mer cury reaching 'JU ill the sliade yes terday and 07 oil Sunday. By in dications last night we may expect similar conditions to-day. With, almost a certainty of line weather,- the 29tli annual excursion to QueenselilT and Sorrento organ ised bv the Citizens' and Pioneers' I Committee, will doubtless be very j largely patronised to-morrow, in 'fact most people are sanguine of a [record attendance. The Borough ! liaud will accompany the excursion (There will be three special trains, j the first leaving .Maidon at 5 a.m., 1 and Castleinaine at 3.1"); the se£0}j<{ leaving New-stead at 5 a.U).. afld ; ("astleniaiiie at 0; the third leaving IJarcourt at ti a.m., and Castle maine at 0.2U. A return special will leave Flinders street station at 8.3 p.m. and Spencer street at 8.8 p.m., reachiao- Castlemaine about 11.IB. Full particulars arc advertised in this -issue. ...

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

■'iiiriT^ii Castlemaine Ooach Factory Established 1864. I take this opportunity o£ thanking i my numerous customers for past fav- ( ors, and trust on a continuance of same. Having just landed a very large i stock of best coachbuilders' materials j direct from America; I am in a position to give my customers the best value in j the State for buggies, gigs, and all i classes of vehicles, 'both light and heavy. i Repair work at bedrock prices, all I work guaranteed. ! A large stock of bigh-elass vehicles always on hand in. showrooms. Horses shod by competent hands. W. R. Williams Clydesdale Hotel iVEW MANAGEMENT, BEQ. oieilN Having taken over litis hotel, wishes to notify the public that it will be conducted on the most up-to-date lines. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION FOR BOA11DEKS and T1SITORS. NOTIIIXfi BUT THE YEHY BEST BRANDS OF WINES, SPIRITS, ETC., STOCKED. MEALS A SPECIALTY. PHONE 114. HAY, HAY, HAY. CHAFF, CHAFF, CHAFF. The very best quality and the lowest price. 0. J. M@tssakos CAMP. J...

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OUR LONDON LETTER BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN TOPICS [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 17 February 1914

OUR LONDON LETTER ? BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN TOPICS (From Our Special Correspondent.) The Government lunched Sir Arthur Lyulpli Stanley at the Royal Automobile-' Club this' week cm'his appointment as G overnor •of the State. Agent-General the Hon. Teter Me Bride, was m the chair and a crowd of Common wealth and British officials and other bright and shining stars ol the social world were present. Some nice things were said of Aus tralia in general and of \ictoriain particular, and 3Lr Lewis llarcourt (Secretary of estate for the Col onies) in proposing the health of the chairman gave a specially good advertising talk to Victoria. Sir Lyulpli Stanley, he said, was going to ,lone of the most import ant overseas posts in the gift of •the Crown,v and he remarked on the fact that the State of Victoria comprised one-third of the popula tion of Australia and an area equal to the I'nited Kingdom. lie went on to say that the State's development had been "Teat and rapid, and as safe and sound a...

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