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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

ranted and general. YV^ANTED.—Young girl, for house work. Apply, Mrs R. Fislier, Doveiou street. RANTED.—A lad, able to drive ba ker's carr. Apply, T. Rasinussen, Johnstotio street. J^ADY desire? position housekeeper, companion, nurse, Castlemaine dibirict preferred. A.K.J., Post Office. J^OST, from Bull street. handbag, containing: walking outfit. Fin der pipaso return to Mail Office, to save further trouble. F0R SALE—Cheap, best shooks. and export apple boxes. T. Odgers iV.Ki Co. \yx<TE TAPER FOR SALE: Clean; Cheap. Apply, .Mail Office. £jECO\"D Hand Piano, sound, easy terms, if required, at Pedler's. (JARTER. AMOS & CO. announce no winter or summer fairs, tlieir ordinary prices for furniture being letter than fair. ^CETYLE.VK Versus Electricity.— Town of Bancroft. Nebraska, t-S.A., adopts acetylene throughout, after using same in competition witli ■^r gas and electric light. Result: Bioctric plant closed down. Acetylene <avapest, safest, best, every ...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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MINING INTELLIGENCE. Mr J. T. Garvin reports:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

MINING INTELLIGENCE, j Mr J. T, Garvin reports : — •South Spring ,Gully—At 310ft level 115ft west, extended level north in centre country 8ft; total, 48ft; prin cipally quartz with small vertical in trusions of sandstone. 'Spring Gully Xo. 1.—At 300ft level 160ft east and 20ft up rise, extended crosscut east lift; total, 55ft; at 50ft cut eastern back carrying 3iu of lam inated stone, but of no value. Bored a liole 6ft end of crosscut, but .have not touched any stone. Will stop all work from 300ft level and drive a crosscut west from 400ft plat. 'Spring Gully.—318ft level 280ft south and 37ft. up rise on Spring Gully footwall, put rise on Thomson's stone 5ft; total, 14ft;- connected to interme diate level^soutii from No"?*'2 ■ winze. 37ft up rise driven level south on .Spring Gully slide lift, face princip ally stone; little fine gold. Will start to crosscut through reef soon. 240ft •level 250ft south, put up rise on Thomson's back oOft; holed to old stope. 200ft level, 40ft east, d...

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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THE SMART SET. TOWN HALL—TO-MORROW NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

THE SMART SET. TOWN HA'LL—TO-MORROW XIGIIT. It is most, difficult to convey in an advertisement any real idea of the compelling charm- of The Smart, Set's whimsical, fantastical, delightful, eu tertaiument. Only- an artist could pro duce it—only artists can present it. The whole performance is distinguish ed by the cunning .blend of high-class solos, part songs, dainty dressed num bers (in which the whole company as sise with voice and business), clever sketches, character caricatures, irres istibly diverting songs, delightful dan ces, and the wise and witty sayings with which the entertainment abounds. The Smart Set of English entertainers arc as artistic as they are original: they are -certainly a fascinating com pany, with a repertoire that is rich and rare in quality and in quantity. Ou'ly one performance can be given in Castlemaiue, which will take place at the Town Hall to-morrow evening, and all lovers of good music and ar tistic acting should roll up in force. 'Popular price...

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BILLIARDS. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

BILLIARDS. LONDON, Monday. 'i'fle council of -Jig English Billiard Association is considering the advisa bility of equalising the restrictions placed on cannons aud hazards. •Such legislation, if any is decided upon, will apply to the 1915 champion ship. William Powell, chemist, of Nichol son street, North. Carlton, -was charged 021 December 17, at the Brunswick Court, with, having as saulted Sarah' Evelyn Solomon, widow, ^ of Weston ' street, East Brunswick, aJKl having* occasioned Actual bodily harm. The case, was dismissed bv the Bench, but under iasxtutlms the police have been taa.Vm«;r vs<\uvry;;?. As a result of thtse Crown La-w authorities have fiven notice to Powell to attend for trial the present sit ting's oi the vSupreme Court, in its criminal jurisdiction. A present ment will he illed against Powell!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

DISORDERED LIVER. "For disorders of the liver and sto mach there is no better medicine than Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs Margaret J. Watson, Emerald, Q. "I suffered with bad headaches caused by a disordered liver. Hearing ray customers speak so highly of Cham berlain's Tablets, I thought I would try what they would do for me. After the -first few doses I noticed an impro vement and after J had taken a couple of boxes found myself quite relieved of headaches, which have not returned." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, "Whole sale Distributors. Over-exertion in hurrying, for a train caused the collapse of William C. Staiiier, at the Prahran railway station yesterday morn;no-. Stainer was running from the direction o[ riip-h street along; the railway ramp, when he saw the 11.19 a.m. train coming; in. He put forward an extra effort and overheated him self and collapsed as he reached the platform. The station staff render ed first aid, and he was then hur ried to the Alfred Hospital, whe...

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ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL PICTURES. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS ROYAL HALL PICTURES. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. Pioneers' Excursion night always sees a 1 hrgo audience at the Royal Hail, and to-night will no doubt see a packed house. The programme con tains some fircC-olass pictures, the star film being The Flight of the Crow. This story is a very thrilling one, and grips the audience from first to last. It deals with the worries of a wealthy man who has a ne'er do well, but be loved son, weak and wayward, who drifts from fashionable club land to the. lowest social •depths, and then actuated by wauderlust becomes a tramp. It is a drama on new lines, and will be very popular. In addi tion to several other dramas and co mics there is an educational subject of great Interest, dealing with religi ous customs in India. The full programme is :—First part —Papa's Baby (comic), Unwritten Chapter (Vita drama, 1000ft), Religi ous Customs in India (instructional), The Sheriff's Honeymoon (drama, 1000 ft). Jovial Fluid (comic). Second part :—.The ...

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ESCAPEE ARRESTED. BRAVERY REVEALS IDENTITY. PARIS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

ESCAPE*: ARRESTED. — 1 V BRAVERY REVEALS IDENTITY. PARIS. Tuesday. An escaped convict named Goutier is again in custody as the result of an act oi gallantry on Llis part. lie rescued a man wlvo was attacked by footpads in Belgium, close to the French frontier, but when he went, to :3c police station to give his version of •he affair to the police he was unable :o satisfy the police of his identity. The criminal records were searched, and it ">vas discovered that Gontier had been convicted of serious burglar ies. He ivas '.hereupon handed over to the French poiice.

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE G-U.lLiDFORD. For some time since the Christmas holidays, the water in the 'Loddon has been in a very clean state, and people ■were " congratulating themselves that ■■the days of muddy water were past. •However, last week the water was in a frightful state, and stock would not drink it. Owners of stock had to dig pot holes near the river to procure clean water for them. On Monday the water had improved, 'and it is to be hoped that this condition will last. The many friends of Mr AV. Carter, son of Mr S. Carter, of Limestone 'Creek, and who was severely injured in a mining accident at Jjansell's 130 mine, Bendigo, will be pleased to hear that he is now progressing favorably though ;his life was despaired of for some tkne.

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CORRESPONDENCE WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE WHY ? Sir,—This terribly hot weather ! Why do our men wear tweed suits and boxer or felt hats, instead of white linen or yellow silk suits, and light helmets ? Why do our men wear hats or caps at all after sun down? It is so much cooler without ■them, and the head requires no protec tion this weather when the sun has gone down. It would seam that by exorcising a little common sense we might make ourselves more comfort able than we do in the way of dressing to suic the weather. —Your3, etc., - TROPICAL. Castleuiaiiie, 17/2/1914.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

ARE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. <-I was inclined to be constipated, and was always compelled to have a laxative," writes Mr Hugh McXaugli ton, Lubeck, Vic.. "Chamberlain's Tablets were recommended to me and a few doses relieved me of this trou blesome complaint. I think so highly of them that now I take an occasional dose, which helps to keep me ia good health." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors.

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INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

INTERSTATE CRICKET VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ■There were nearly as many officials as spectators at the Adelaide Oval yes terday .when the interstate match be tween Victoria and South Australia was,concluded. The weather was ex tremely hot. The visitors, in their second innings, repuired 411 runs to w;in, and had lost two wickets for 98. The not out men were Park and Kiernan. Vic toria had carried their score to 323 wheu they were disposed of. They were thus defeated by -S7 runs. The scores are — SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First innings .. .. 274 Second innings .. .. 349 Total 623 VICTORIA. First iunings .. 213 Second Innings. Park^c Campbell, b Willsmore .. 5!) Carroll, b Crawford 1!) Baring, b Crawford 7 Kiernan, c and b Crawford .. 27 Matthews, lbw., b Crawford .. 10 Ryder, c and b Wilsomre .. .. 105 Willis, b Crawford. 0 Fitzpatrick, c Moyos, b Willsmore 24 Lugton, c and b Crawford .. .. 1 Souter, not out 48 Carkcek, c Moves, b Willsmore .. !) Sundries .. • 15 Total 323 Bowling Crawford...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

Rabbit Des fWbvruow wouk. IiAJZEMOTJT H cheap, simple, effectiye. 10CT>srBt.;. LAZBMOXJT is largely used by the Government and l«adi of Australia, railway lands, reserves, reservoirs, channels a i ments. Lazemout destroys their harbor, success gurarvteed etaWt:^ Price, 4B/ per drum of 45 gallons, on train or boat, .Me')?, * ^ contains 800 charges, sufficient to destroy all rabbits in 2Q0*bur rile' : openings each. Price per gallon, 12/6. 56 lbs rock "carb id*5, with each drum of Lazemout, price 12/. Lazemout is iho bp^ !S r^'I^ adicator ever introduced to Australia. Saves your feed, and hef1 Warre^ bales aud bags with wool and grain. Xo landholder is eompi^J^U drum of Lazeraout e ' ^ho'u" (\ F ord Dish' BROADBE XT BKOS., 42 KING STREET, MELBOURNE. SUPERIOR SIDEBO Why should you bother visiting innumerable furnishing hcavj all that you require is best purchased here? Our FunaiKt « modernly designed, both new and secondhand. suitable {or Diningioom, Drawingroom, Bedroom, and Hall, ...

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TEST CRICKET. SOUTH AFRICA LEADS. CAPETOWN, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

TEST CltlCKET. SOUTH AFRICA LEADS. CAPETOWN, Tuesday. I South Africa has gained a slight lead on the first innings .in the fourth ; test match against the English Eleven. ' The South Africans scored 170, of which P. Hands made 51. and II. W. Taylor 36. England responded with IGo, J. B. Hobbs making 34 and P. C. Mead 31.

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MOTOR RACING ACCIDENT. CAR DASHES INTO CROWD. ONE KILLED; SIX BADLY HURT. SAN FRANCISCO, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

MOTOR IUC1XG ACCIDENT. CAR DASHES IXTO CROWD. OXE KILLED; SIX BADLY HURT. SAX FRAXCISCO. Monday. While racing ..round a motor track at Los Angelos ~io-day a well-known motorist named Dave Lewis lost con trol of his car and the consequences ' woro disastrous. Lewis, who liad nominated for the Vanderbilt Motor Cup, was• travelling at a speed of 50 miles an hour when the accident occurred. Ilis car shoi^off the track, and dash ed into the crowd of spectators, finally overturning. Lsw.is and his mechanician were < pinned underneath the,car, and while , the latter escaped comparatively flight- ' ly, Lewis was seriously injured. 1 A war veteran among the onlookers . was killed, and five other persons, in- i eluding three women, were'badly hurt.

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COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

COOKERY. Rice Cakes.- Mix two ounces o. ground rice with four ounces 01 u:hi and a teaspoonful of baking po - -5 rub in two ounces of fresh inn.v: two ounces of sifted sugai. ' two eggs with two teasp ..uis* •* milk- adding-any -flavouring Have ready small, hoart-sh.ipn c.t\ tins well greased, and bake '-'i •' -1 ovon. Scatter a i'ew currants in mixture if liked. Lemon Sago.—Put- a small teacupiui of sago into a pint of water mu mi skimming, if necessary,--till the quite done, but not gliuiiiO'i-- A'**., the juicc of two lemons and a quane of it pound of sugar, r.nd stir all ijo! oughly. Place in a wet mould, and when set turn out to svrve. grated lemon rind can be added to the abovo proportions if a strong lemon flavour is liked. Treacle Sponge.—ltcqui red: Halt pound of flour, half a tc-nspoonful <»' carl>onato of soda, thive-qnr.viei ? mi outiec oi ground ginger, cue c^g. * giil of treacle, one gdi ol milk. ■ I--. together tho flour, soda and ui'- = • Chop the suet ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

TO DO OTHERS GOO!). "Miave been living in S.W. .Queens land for thirteen years,'' writes Mr J. R.Tindale; editor of the Cunnamulla "Watchman." "During that time I have been subject to attacks o£ Diarr lioea and have always found Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. I can recommend ii to anyone suffering from that com plaint. You may. use this letter as you see fit for it is written to do others good." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. "I am subject to bowel troubles, which cause pain and inconvenience," writes Mr. Alfred Wane, 1S5 Auburn Road, Auburn, Vic., "but. two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Re medy give immediate relief. 1' am pleased to know there is such a safe and certain remedy as Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and al ways keep a bottle liandy." Sold -by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distri butors. Gastlemaine Coach factory Established 1864. I take this opportunity of thanking my numerous customers for pa...

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CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

CASTLEMAINE GOSSIP ( -uv <'7.EKLE." , »«v„V1n rreo' up quite'unbeknown* . tU' the winder. To-dav, Pioneers' Excursion down the Bav, is the day tka-t, 01 months and mouths beforehand, is talked about and looked lorward o with the utmost enthusiasm. ^ er> penny is looked at, and safeguart - ed,-and even tradesmen are lett un paid, so that people may have a pocket lull of money to dissipate in the metropolis or down at the sea side. It is said that thousands of pounds leave Castlemaine with this excursion. From all accounts the trip this year will be a reo6rd one. Castlemaine will be emptied out to day, and it will be hard to root out any old pal to have a chat with. I onsequently I have -bought a ticket in order to shake a loose leg'-, and am waiting to be asked to join .Mr Best and his committee at a fish tea on the trip back. As the baud lias already struck up and things are getting busy at the Railway Station, I musj away ! * * * * That good old war horse, Cr. .Sherid...

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THE CASTLEMAINE CLUB. MATCHES IN THE CITY. CARLTON AND EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

the cast-lemaln'e olub. MATCHES IX THE CITY. (UKLTOX AXD EAST MELBOURNE. To-day and to-morrow (Thursday), C.U.C.C. will engage in matches aga inst -the Carlton and East Melbourne clubs respectively. Last year the local players created a very favorable impression at Carlton, when, after a very interesting game, they were jusr beaten on time. In both matches C.U.C.C. will pro bably have the services of Ray Dayley, who* is now playing with Xorthcote, and at Carlton, Roy Jewell, now of East Melbourne, will take the field with his former clubmates. Both matches commence at 11 a.m., a:il most of the players will travel to Melbourne by the excursion trains vhich leave here early on Wednesday morning. Castlemaine will be represented by : Against Carlton :—B. Barnes, H. SheltoH, R. Daley, R. Jewell, J. Nor n's, A. Jewell, T. Hodson, F. House, P. Stewart, V>". .Metherall, P. House, A. Robinson. Against East Melbourne :—H. Shel ton, R. Daley, Seelen.meyer, Burns, L. Pritchard, A. Jewell, B....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

dost xeglect. A CO.M.UOX CASE OF PILES. IT •ifAV LEAD TO SERIOUS RE SULTS. When people generally understand rhat all such fatal diseases as fistula, ulcor of the rectum, fissure, etc., al most invariably begin in a simple case of piles, they will learn the wisdom of taking prompt treatment for the first appearance of this trouble. Doan's Ointment is unequalled for every form of piies, itching, bleeding, pro truding, and blind piles, and hundreds of lives have been saved by using this cheap, but effective remedy right at the start, because at. such times a single pot has often effected a cure, while in the old, deep-seated, chronic cases, several pots are sometimes necessary. Here is a case i Mr Henry Palmer, who is employed ftt Thompson's Foundry, Castlemarne, Hays "For the pant seven years 1 have been subject to that annoying complaint known as Itching Piles. The pain and irritation nearly drove ma mad eipecially at night-time. I tried I a number of remedies, but they proved useles...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. FIRE BRIGADE V. HARCOURT A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. MINIATURE RANGE COMPETITION. I FIRE BRIGADE V. IIARCOURT j A.X.A. j Notwithstanding the public holiday J vhe miniature rifle shooting match be tween teams representing the Fire Bri gade and Harcourt A.'X.A. will take place to-night, as arranged.

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