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DUEL ARRANGED. PARIS, Tues[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

6rV- - IU'EL ARRA>^R _ - M. Quimon, president of Aerial League, has app° y.-t to meet those ot M. 'cfc#' famous aviator, vi}°, w' him to a duel. fight with army revolver of 10 yards. Whew travelling >et-wecn ilannum and - aC .rs'jg passenger motor car^a-- , :he road and went to p j melt. Four pM"**!>[ :hrown out. Mrs ",e" severely injured that ^ leek medical advice. ^ mother woman, a lio-htlv injured

Publication Title: Mount. Alexander Mail
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GUILDFORD RAILWAY STATION ALTERATION'S COMPLETED. UNSATISFACTORY RESULT. ROAD MUCH TOO STEEP. IMMEDIATE ACTION IMPERATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

GUILDFORD RAILWAY STATION — -i: ALTERATION'S COMPLETED. UNSATISFACTORY RESULT. ROAD MUCH TOO STEEP. IMMEDIATE ACTION IMPERATIVE. When the recent alterations at the local railway station were being done (writes our Guildford correspondent) the local council made a request to ihe Commissioners that the road to the goods shed, which is on the Castle maine side o£ the railway arch, should be made more accessible. This re quest was conceded and a new road was constructed, but in a very hap hazard manner, and constitutes a very stiff pull for a team with a heavy load. This did not matter at the time as there was a crossing over the line from the main approach to the station, which is a very good one. Much consternation prevailed, how ever, about a week ago, when the rail way platelayers were observed put ting up a rough and ready post, and one-rail fence to connect with the new white painted barrier constructed on the new platform, and after erecting the fence the platelayers calmly pro c...

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SIR S. SAMUEL ELVED. LONDON, Tuesd[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

SIB IS. SAMl'lM. VLVH1' LONDON.'^ - ^Ir Justice Rowiatt yesterday .against S.'c St«n * M-P-, for £13.000. with co-;. Penalties at the rate c11' i>\' each of the 26 occasions Vi ted in Parliament, although •»i a contract for the sup?'?0 to 'the India Office. f

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CHARITIES' ART UNION WIDESPREAD INTEREST. TICKETS IN EVERY STATE. EVEN IN GAOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

CHARITIES' ART UNION \ WIDESPREAD INTEREST. TICKETS IN ©VERY STATE. EVEN IN GAOLS. The drawing of the Charities' Art Union took place 'on New Year's Day, and the second prize, a Red Bird bi cycle, still remains unclaimed. Under the conditions governing the Art Union any prize unclaimed at. the end of March will be sold and the proceeds donated to the charities, and it would appear as if the second prize will be thus disposed of. The widespread interest in the re sult of the Art Union is somewhat re markable. Every week the secretary, Mr Macafee, receives scores of letters asking to be supplied with the particu lars of the drawing. The letters come from every State in the Commonwe alth, and from New Ze'aland, three let ters from the latter place coming to hand last week. The 'only place where 110 applications have come from is .the Northern Territory. The distri bution of the -tickets throughout Aus tralia and New Zealand sneaks well for the faith of the public in the management of t...

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LONG CHASE ENDS. SUICIDE ATTEMPTED. RURAL LOVERS TERRIFIED. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

LO>G CHASE ODS. SUICIDE ATTEMPTED. KUlUb LOVERS TERRIFIED. LONDON, Tuesday. Additional particulars have been re ceived regarding the pursuit of the ,motorist Lee Bond, who -was cliased by the police over four counties on Sun day. Bond obtained supplies of petrol at garages, and drove off without paying the bills. When hard pressed he pre sented a revolver and escaped at reck less speed. Finally he arrived at Lyndhurst, and vas eating his dinner in .an hotel wlven he suddenly seized a knife and cut his , is utnv in a scri°us cou flViVyft jjis chauffeur states that he was compelled to drive at the point of a re wlivr. They met a youth and a girl ou ihe road, and 'Bond, pointing his revolver, shouted, "Your money or vour lifo." The terrified couple ran iutc tiic 'voods.

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ADMIRAL CHARGED. JAPANESE NAVAL SCANDAL. TOKIO, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

admiral charged. JAPANESE NAVAL .SCANDAL. TOKIO, Tuesday. Speaking iu the House of Peers yes terday, the Minister for Marine an nounced that Admiral Guju and Cap tain Sawasaki were being court- mar tialled in connection with the naval corruption eases. v

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

IX MEMORTAM. AiRGHER.—In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, William John Archer; who departed this life, ISth February, 1911. Gone, dear loved one, yes gone for ever, Prom this world of sorrow and pain; '!oiic from us, who loved you so dearly, Xever on earth to meet again. —Inserted bv his loving wife, Ada, and sons, Kenneth and William.

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

AMUSEMEPJTS, ETC. To-night AT THE Royal Picture Hall AND EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND SATURDAY. to-night. TO-NIGHT. THE FLIGHT OP THE CROW. Thrilling drama, of tense, human in terest. Dress Circle, 1/ ; Body of Hall, 6d. Children otider 12* hall-price. T01VN HALL. TO-MORROW NIGHT. POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY. MR WALTER GEORGE Has pleasure in introducing to Castle mainc audiences. his world-re nowned ENGLISH ENTERTAIXERS, * ' Known throughout GREAT BRITAIN, AMERICA, AF RICA, AND AUSTRALASIA AS The Smart Set In the unsurpassed entertainment of Music, Mirth, 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 Manager. TOWN HALL, CASTLEMA1NE. Sole Direction 31. 'Lucas, Esq. Manager, Harry -Malvino. FRIDAY NEXT, FRIDAY. A» galaxy of star artists. Something novel and entertainin...

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ITEMS OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

ITEMS Of NEWS. i : I he Pioneers' Excursion will empty the town to-day, and it will be over a fortnight before things rot-urn to the normal. Judging from what one hears, the excursion is as popular as over with the ptiib jlic, although business people , look on it with mixed feelings. The day will be observed as a- close public holiday. There are no local attrac tions.except the RoyaKHall picture show to-night, which is sure to be well patronised. As to-day is a public holiday, the Post and Money Order Offices will be open only from i) a.m.'to 12 (noon, but the Telegraph Office and Telephone Exchange will be open for business all day. Letter car riers will make the first delivery only. Mr G. Chaster, Secretary of the Pioneers' Excursion Committee, has received word frotn the Deputy Master of the Meljbourne -Mint, stat ing that every reasonable facility will be afforded excursionists who may apply to view the various operations of minting 1 The Police Court sitting yester day lasted ...

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THE Mount Alexander Mail WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1014. , The question of closer settlement • has during ttie Inst few days excited t the profoundest interest not only in • Parliament but. throughout Victoria. The damning report of the Committee appointed to inquire into the policy of ■ the Closer Settlement Board has con vinced all, that there is drastic need * for change. In any case the interests at stake are very large, the Closer Set tlement Board has spent on the aver age £500,000 per annum on the purchase of land and also 'advances oil an average of £200,000 a year to settlers. Thus the Board controls a business which taxes the electors to the extent of £700,000 a year. The curious feature of the business is that the present Chairman of the Bo'ard frankly admitted that he was nor master of the position, and added the startling remark, "An apple cart down the street would not be run on the lines on which Victoria's closer settlement scheme was conducted." To this statement Mr McKenzie, former Minister ...

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

No Household can he really happy if any of its member* *:rc ai!mg» Sound health in a family is a boon priceless beyond wprda, and "without it, success and felicity are practically impoc* siblc. Much illness is positively unnecess ary and is occasioned chicfly by neglcct. frluca anxiety given on this account to near and dear ones is, therefore, avoidable.' It is of the utmost importance that a reliable remedy should always be at hand to relieve the earliest symptoms of indisposition. Beccham's Pills arc an excellent household medicine—safe to take and sure in their curative result*. No home Should Be Without them. They exercise a beneficial effcct upon the liver, stomach, kidneys and bowels. They give speedy relief, and, in time, they remove, moit of the ailment* connected with these important organs. Attack* of biliousness, constipation, flatu lence, headache, dyspepsia and other dis orders of the digestive system are'speedily dispelled by j There Is yet another point that j ot? sho...

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

GOT VERY WEAK. ".My bojT Jack was very bad with Diarrhoea," writes .Airs M. Lee, Forbes, X.S.W. "For quite a fortnight he was ill and got very weak. .My husband bought a bottle-of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to our sur prise one dose completely relieved him." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. Rupert Walters, IS years of age, charged before I\Ir -Justice Cussen in the Criminal Court on Monday with the abduction .of Frances Susan Cherril Rogers, at Rich mond, was found not guilty "by the , jury. He pleaded guilty to an of fence against Rogers, and was re manded for sentence. Mr 0. J. '/•■ Woinarski, K.C., prosecuted for the Crown, and Mr P. J. Ridgeway appeared tor Walters. Walters stated that he took the girl away but offered her her fare back if she wished to go. He intended to marry 'Jier when she got older, and was "willing to marry her now.

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CONTRACTORS CHARGED. PROSECUTION DEMANDED. OTTAWA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

CONTRACTORS liMGlD, f PROSECUTION DEMAND. OTTAWA, Tuescj;. The prosecution of certain cor.r,:-" tors for the Grand Trunk demanded. It is understood iha* contra: engaged on large job?, offered position funds in order to hav??.TcV; iri both parties and escape aa :i tigation.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

SHIPPING INTKI/LIGENC 8, I i AMUVALS. HOBSON'S BAY, Tuesday. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day were ^Plaiz from Bremen; Burrum beet from Newcastle; Border Knight from Newcastle; Hector from Glas gow.

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SALVATION ARMY. QUEEN CONGRATULATES. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

•SALTATIOy A KMT, QUEEN CONGRATULATES. LO.VDON, Tuesajv ■Her Majesty the Queen has ; to the Salvation Army congratsfe^*. it upon its Mothers' Hospital at Ck>:.v• ton. and its Maternity Home a; S&fai Xewingron. The Army is preparing for as !>■■< ternational Congress in 3anc> }t tes from ail parrs of the '•vorld.atsri.V. ing in native costume. ""

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

Underclothing Specials - ^ White underskirts, deep embroidery, flouncing, nicely finished with beading and ribbon, usual prices, 5/0, to clear.3/6; better quality 8/6, now C/6. Ladies' Pure calico chemise, calico frills, full size, usual price, 1/11, to go i at 1/.'}. A fine range of better qualities*. marked at low rates. j Balauce of one-piece dresses'in crepe, pique and linene, to go at 4/0, worth 12/G. Sample lot. of ladies'silk blouses, newest styles and good fit, from 5/6 up 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: 18 inch, 6/11; 21 inch, 9/11; 23 inch, 12/11. The very latest in willow' dress baskets, leather bound ends, with strong straps and handle, 20 inch, 10/; 22 inch, 12/6. Leather kit bags, from 10/ upwards. Hayes and Hams'. ; THE HOUSE FOR quality ANl> SOLID VALUE. Plume 106. . • ' The Fruit Season x is now with us, and hottling mill...

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PHIL MAY'S PICTURES. FIFTY-NINE SOLD. LONDON, Tues[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

I'HJL MAY'S PJeiTREN • r. s fifty-xink sold. LONDON. Tasi. Fifty-nine of ilio la:e Piiil £ •black and white drawings broo£'--. guineas at Chrisrio's yesterday. ' including:, "Do You Want A fie*.-. Sir," realised IS guinea?.

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"DAMAGED GOODS." PLAY TEACHES LESSON. LONDON, Tues[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

| "DAMAGED GOODS." ! 1 | PLAY TEACHES LESSON, i LONDON, "Daniago«i Good?," tho [of Brieux's "Le* Avar-?,' •■vrr.'s' i expose the horrors of cocgenhi? ease, has been produced i>; a ss* afternoon performance Little Theatre.

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ARTISTS ENGAGED. MADAME MELBA INCLUDED LONDON, Tues[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

ARTISTS ,K>"(UGER '— ^ *■ MADAME .ME-LIU lXCU'D LONDON, For the opera season April "0, the directors of Co*^ -. den announce that Madaae John MeCormacfc. Madam? E&* lia, and Sigrnors Scoiti. Caruso have been engaged.

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DEPORTED STRIKERS LANDING CANNOT BE BARR[?] LONDON, Tues[?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914

DEl'OBTKU STRIKJERs ; LANDING CANNOT BE BAKHS : - LONDON. TiS Questioned >;i she Hou#o mons yesterday Mr McKen^ Home Secretary, stated :ha i "■ the power to proven: tiio laas.^ the strike leaders, deponed fros*-,; Africa. He did ao: kno * of their arrival.

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