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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. CASTLEMAINE AND MARYBOROUGH ASSOCIATIONS. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 18 February 1914
SPORTING NEWS &nbsp; &nbsp; CKICKET. CASTLEMAINE AND MARYBORO- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; UGH ASSOCIATION'S. MATCH AGAINST M.C.C. To-day (Pioneer's Day) a team chosen from the Castlemaine and Maryborough Associations will journey to Melbourne, and meet a team from M.C.C. on the Melbourne ground, play starting at 11.30 sharp. The Castlemaine players have been chosen, and are :—W. Freeman, Ire- dale (Castlemaine), Seelenmeyer (Harcourt), Burns (Foundry), Ferri- man and Ellis (Maldon). The Maryborough, players are :— Davey, Haberle, J. Herring, Morton, McAllister, Stevens, Upton, Youlden.
CABLEGRAMS (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) TO BE MADE IN GERMANY. BRITISH SHOPS TOO BUSY. LONDON, Wednesday. Ten express engines [?] [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
3?JSRAi &lt;r«a mmn AGE - F 10 M BRITISH SHOPS TOO BCsv lon-dox,w«jb,. ; Ten express enein»« — UU.N, We„ Ten express engines h»va - "" ere, * Germany ,, ern Railway Company L" _ British makers, 0'-vin(, ,0 .. ; ling prosperity, werr> no; ari^" antee early deliver-.-.
KID-GLOVE BURGLARY BOY THIEVES' CAMPAIGN. SYDNEY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
KID-GLOVE BURGLARY I ——* | BOY THIEVES' CAMPAIGN. SYDNEY, "Wednesdav. i 'Following the best, traditions of their adopted trade, and using gloves i so as no: to betray themselves by j finger-prints, two iboys, each aged 11, | set out from Gilgandra early on Sun- j day morning, evidently with a desire j to eclipse the record of "Tho King of j Thieves" in a crusade of crime. i They made their plans on the pre vious afternoon to break into a num ber of business places. Their first mission was to force an entrance to the cellar of the Royal Hotel, where they conimaudeered some whisky and wiue. They next turned their atten tion to a bakehouse, where they niade an entry by forcing a window, and succeeded in getting away with a uumber of cakes and other articles. Next came Ckeltou's Railway illotel, •but all they got there was a towel) from the clothes line. I The boys visited other premises, and I obtained a miscellaneous assortment of goods. They -were eventually cau ght by the polico amo...
AMAZING OPERATION MINER'S BRAIN LACERATED. MEDICAL MEN INTERESTED. FREMANTLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
AMAZING OPERATION MINER'S BRAIN LACERATED. j MEDICAL MEN" INTERESTED. j FRE.M A NT r ,E ttVr? nr-sri j v Joseph Anderson, a young "West Australian miner, has just -returned from London, after having undergone an amazing operation. Over twelve months ago, as a result of an explosion at the Australia mine. Kalgoorlie, a piece of rock, li inches by 1 inch, became embedded in the or- i bit of the left eye. It lodged in the i porous bone of the skull, and tore j ■through the dura matter, one of the i coverings of the brain, lacerating the 'brain itself. . •Surgeons at St. Bartholomew's Hos- j pital, in London, succeeded in remnv- I ing the rock. The eye had to be pul led downwards and outwards towards the left ear, and oven then so large was the fragment that, ther* was the greatest difficulty in withdrawing it through the orbit. Although~the brain .must have been considerably lacerated, .Anderson suf fers no headaches or other nervous symptoms. The sight of the left eye is. of course, p...
RAILWAY ACCOMMODATION THE BENDIGO LINE. EXTRA DIVISION OF NOON TRAIN. MUCH NEEDED ALTERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
RAILWAY ACCOMMODATION THE BENDIGO LINE. EXTRA 'DIVISION OF XOOX TRAIX. Ja'CII NEEDED ALTERATION". Some time ago, Cr. Michel! drew the attention of the Metcalfe Shire Council to the lack of accommodation oil the noo'i train from Bandigo to .Melbourne, and the result Tvas a com plaint was sent to the Commissioner, which hat. proved successful, as the following paragraph-in yesterday "Ar gus" wiil show : — Some time ago representations were made to the 'Railway Department that the congestion on the Bendigo line should he relieved, and it "was pointed out at the time that the noon train from Bendigo to Melbourne was usu ally overcrowded. The railway auth orities afterwards admitted that some j relief should be afforded, and have i decided to run the noon train in two divisions on busy days. It ha? been discovered that rrafiic is heaviest on Mondays. Tuesdays and Saturdays, when there is a large number of pas sengers from the Miidura liae to deal with. From to-day (Thursday) (wo divisi o...
CORRESPONDENCE SUMMER WEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
CORRESPONDENCE SUMMER "WKAjR. 'Sir,—Re "Tropical" and tig ideas. I,? ho a tailor's tout, or lis be a man in need of .a brush of the brains? He goes to bed at night, the coolest part of the 24 hours, and goes undressed. Yet he puts on his silks or hollands. I will vote for a hat and a gamp of a morn ing—'the most heated part of the 24 hours. So much for his theory, I suggest "Tropical" would join Shacfc lmnn's p.ynp.dit.ion to the South Pole. He may need a hat or liair. -Yours, etc., K.&lt; (Lvuleton street, ■18/2/14.
MISFORTUNES MULTIPLY PAYNE FAMILY SUFFERS. ADELAIDE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
MISFORTUNES MULTIPLY j PAYNE FAMILY SUFFERS. j i ADELAIDE, Wednesday, j Members of a family named Payne, at lihine Villa, have suffered from a series of misfortunes. "Mr 'R. Payne 1-ast week was operated upon for appendicitis, and nexj day his father was Kicked by a horse, and had to be taken to the hospital. The same day a youug sou of Mr Payne was thrown from a waggon. He fell under neath the vehicle, which passed over him but he escaped unhurt. An hour later he was driving a stripper wile.) he v."as thrown oft'. The comb caught his clothes and dragged him some distance. He was "badly hurt. Fire destroyed a live-roomed cut-) ta^e, occupied by Mr Heddrick, ami; owned by Messrs Bryant and Shiel, at Shepparton yesterday. The oc cupants escaped in niglit attire. The furniture, none oft which was saved, was insured for £80, The building was insured for £100.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
SIMPLY \VOXDEi;FU'L. "-My little girl Zelda suffered so continuously with croup that I began to think that she would never get bet ter," writes Mrs Gauntleit, 1(39 Ade laide Road. Xewton, X.Z. "Seeing I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy adver tised I thought. I would try it and-could see a change in her straight away, it is simply wonderful how quickly Chamberlain's Cough Remedy relieved the child." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Wholesale Distributors. Adolf Schulz, a sailor, while sleep ing" .on a doors_tep in Fitzroy street,. Fitzroy, oil Monti ay, was robbed of a purse containing two sovereigns and a second class return railway ticket from Geelong to Melbourne, and a watch _ and chain. The sailor, feeling1 drowsy, sat down on the doorstep at 11.30 p.m. and- awoke at 6 o'clock next morning to find that Ids property had been stolen. Thomas R. Torney, employed a.t the Proprietary Company's smelt ers, at Port Pirie, was killed yes terday morning. He was unloading some trucks when a heap of su...
THE DOMINOES. TOWN HALL—TO-MORROW NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
THE DOMINOES. TOW'X HA'LL—TO-MORROW XIOI1T. To-morrow evening, .Mr 'Lucas will open for the first -time at the Town 'Hall with the widely known troupe of talented artists, The Dominoes, who should prove a big attraction. The Domiuoes, an extraordinary combina tion, consist of eight, versatile artists, whose capabilities are beyond questi on. The features of the bill of fare are music, uiin.li and melody, and oth er things that contribute to the general joy of the audience. . The Domiuoes present a sparkling variety entertain ment, with never a dull mo'meni all night. The gorgeous costumes worn •by The Dominoes' are a feature that shall never be forgotten, and lhay have new scenery specially designed. The Dominoes consist, of ;Miss Lavinia Ty son, pianiste and musical directress; Miss Aileen Wagner, soubrette and dancer; Miss Xella&lt;Holden, atop-uotcli singer; Miss Nellie Wilson, soprano; Mr James Opie, descriptive and hum orist; Mr Paul .Teale, Tyrolean whist ler; Mr Bish ...
ENTERTAINMENTS THE SMART SET. TOWN HALL—TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
ENTERTAINMENTS f- _ THE SMART SET. TOWN HAIjTj—;TO-XIGHT. AVhcn serious people bemean the 1 flippancy and Polly of the age, they frequently forget, that, there is another side to the picture and also that non sence in moderation is just, the sauce Mi a t is necessary to keep the joy wheels of life well . oiled. Further more, when they include all nonsense in one sweeping condemnation, they find that there are several kinds of that much misunderstood quality, and that the true art of clean and clever frivolity requires quite as much brain power as do some of the serious ones. Perhaps these reflections are not in ept 'in introducing The Smart Set, who are to appear at the Town Hall to-night, and whose programme, al though embracing high-class solo and part singing, musical burlesques, potted plays, charming concertcd num bers, pretty movements, dances, etc., are largely predominated by liumor, but humor that is at once clean and without any taint of evil suggestion, li is a remarkable...
CRICKET. C.U.C.C. V. CARLTON. OASTLEMAINE'S POOR SHOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
CEICKET, C.U.C.C. V. CAHLTOX. OASTLEMAIXE'S POOR SHOWING. The Castlemaine United Cricket Club sent a team to Carlton yesterday, and although the visitors made a poor showing a pleasant day's outing re sulted. Flay commenced at 11 o'clock, and during the match the visitors were entertained by the Carlton club at lun cheon. after which Mr A. F. Arkinstall, president of iie club, returned thanks ■for the hospitality extended. .V feature of the day's play was the wicket-keeping of Xorris, who, altho ugh a score of 350 runs 'was made, prevented it. including a single bye. Scores :— CASTLEMAIXE. Shelton. c Stanley, b llolden .. 5 P. C. House, run out 43 R. Jewell, c and b Stanley .. . . 4 J. Xorris, lbw., b Stanley . . . . i;i A. Jewell, c Beckeley, l> 'Stanley .. 0 Stewart, c, b •Holden 2 Mouse, c Xuma. b Stanley . . ■Metiierall. c White, b Stanley . . 0 Hodson. "D Stanley 0 Barnes, c Wliite, b Holden .. 1 Guest, not out 0 Sundry 1 Total 78 Bowling :—Iiolden, 3 for IS; Stan ley. 0 for...
SPORTING NEWS BOWLING. CASTLEMAINE V. BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
SPORTING NEWS r_f. BOWLING. CA'STLEMAINE V. BALLARAT. Yesterday a team of Castlcmaine bowlers journeyed to Ballarat. and en gaged a team representative of the local club. The visitors sustained defeat bv exactly two to one. Details: CAST'LEM'Al X'E. Catron, Xewham, Cowan, Rasmus sen .. .. 10 Kelloclv, Graves, Graham, Iredale 22 Sara, Bower, Corlett, Xewham .. ..20 Totals 52 BALLARAT. Fricke, Harris, Cohan, Williams 39 Wolfe, Seward, Mc'Clasky, Popjoy 31 Palmer, Figgis, Trotman, Treadwell 34 Total 101
COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
coaniEiieiAL. I ! BEXDJGO STOCK MARKET. Cattle.—The number of cattle for ward was still further reduction on the reduced penning of last. week, al together only 402 head 'being penned for sale, representing about 20 trucks toy rail, with the balance made up of road lots. The quality of the whole, further, was very indifferent, the bulk consisting of middling descriptions, with just odd pens of prime light and medium weight bullocks. Quotations —Prime medium weight bullocks, £ 8 10/ to £9/7/6; odd heavy beasts, £11 10/: good useful bullocks. £7 to £S: anedium dercriptions, £6 to £6/15/: prime cows, £6/15/ to £7/16/; prime j heifers, to £6/6/; good useful cows, £5 to £6: medium sorts. £3 to £4 10/; prime vealct's, £3 to £4/12/6. Sheep.—The demand for best sheep still continues strong, and prices for these descriptions were nearly a shil ling in advance of the rates prevailing last week. The supply, however, of prime wethers was short, and well within local requirements, only odd lots ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
! DOES YOUR CHILD SUFFER j FROM WORMS ? | Stomach and intestinal worms arc lis cause of nine-tenths of the cry in?, ireifulness and irritability of children. The mere mention of -\voniis makes 011.0 foci uncomfortable, and their presence in the system must assuredly cause such torture a111 agony that there is little Wonder at '&lt;£e irritable disposition which is so oiten developed, not only 'in children, but frequently hi adults. Worms re quire a specific medicine, and ther.o is ii'.' better remedy than Comstock's "Dc-d'-i Shot" Worm Pellets, as used by Mrs W'illuioU, of Cooliia, N.SAV., who states :—'•Hearing a.1x>"t the wonderful success of your worm pel lets, I decided to give them a trial- | I save my three children— Roy, ] Phyllis and Horace—a dose each. as thty had all the symptoms of worms. The pellets were taken at 6' o'clock in the morning, and ' tlt 10 o'clock R0y had passed, a stomach worm about twelve inches in length, and the other children passed .quite a ...
Science Notes and News. FLAMELESS FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 19 February 1914
Science Notes and News. J FLAMELESS FIRE. An engineer has discovered a way to obtain fire without flame. His ap paratus consists of a porous plate or mass of lire-resisting fragments, with in which he mixes inflammable gas and air in the right proportions. When the gas is first turned on and lighted it burns with a flame at the surface of the plate. When the air is turned on the flame disappears, but the heat increases.