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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS, ETC. 1Vti$£ht AT THE Royal Picture Hall AND EVERY SIGHT UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. COMPLETE CHANGE OF PRO GRAMME EACH NIGHT. Dress Circle, 1/ ; Bodv of Hall. 6d. Children under 12,' half-price. COMIM© TO THE ROYAL IIALL ON FRIDAY NEXT. "FROM 3IANGER TO CROSS.'' (Repeated owing to numerous re quests). MONDAY, 12th ins>t. "LIFE IN IRELAND." Great scenic and instructional film, 7000ft in length. Prices :—Dress Circle, 1/; body of hall, 6d. CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.—11 a.m. ' and 7 p.m. Rev. W. R. Cunning ham, of Yarram, AfETHODIST OHIHICH.—Castle maine, Rev. Frederick, 11 and 7. CheAvion, Alexander, Freeman. Campbell's Creek, Rev. Williams, Thompson, n,OVENANT Services will be held at Campbell's Creek to-morrow, at 11, and at Castlemaine at 7 A N" In Memoriam service for the late "" 'Mrs. W Williams will be held in the Harcourt Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon, conducted by Rev. H. W. Frederick. APT I ST CHURCH.—11, last com munion before pastor's farewell; 3,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

1 OJi M'KHON' N'OKK. IT I.AYS '0 On, Sl'RE. nn-vp. snip if. effective. LAZKMOVT is largely i: : i of Australia, railway lands. re~ moat?. Laretneut c:i""oys ;!v; .Price, -1 ij ' per drum of -j g.: contains SO') charge?, sufficient y :ii^ riovornrn^nt a:ul leading iaadhaMe ■vos. reservoirs, channels. and eia'arci l..\rbor. su.-c-ess gurauteed. ■as. c:i train or boat, Melbourne. n'££ destroy all rabbits 'in -00 burrows. of-;iri openings each. Price per gallon. 12 ?.\. lbs reek earl>:d*> is require': with each drum oi Lazomout, price 1- . l.nremotu is the be?: warren i*. odicator ever introduced to Australia. Saves your teed, and helps to till jc-j bales and bags with wool and grain. Xo landholder is complete without>; dram oi Lazeniotit. Obtainable from our iocai asent. George Clark and Son. Castlomai:? V. Mar> ho rough; H. T. Edwards. St. Arnand: E. MeKirby, Day;;; o;\i: . 1*. Pa to a. Avoea; E. Jermyn.Ballarai; Cnst and Seholes, Ararat. !M> Aircius for Victoria,— lJlI...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

SHIPPING iNTELLIGENCB ARRIVALS. HOBSON'S BAY. Fridav. Among the arrivals in the Bay to-day were :—Loongana from Launceston ; Kiuoomim from Launcesion; Kupunda 'from Sydney; Ashbnrtoa from Syd-' :if.\; Wear from .Newcastle; Adelaide j from Hamburg; Goslar from Sydney; j Yerdale from Durban; Century from i Newcastle.

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DANGERS OF FLANNELETTE, NEW ENGLISH LAW. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

.OANGEKS OF FLANNELETTE, NEW ENGLISH LAW. LONDON, Thursday. The Fabrics Aci comes into opera lion -to-day. The new statue makes k an offence for any person to sell textile fabrics as non-inflammable unless tliey conform to the prescribed standard of nou-in ilammabiliiv. The chief object of the Act is to diminish the increasing death rate due to the wearing of flannelette.

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FUTURE OF THE CONGO. RESPONSIBLE AUTONOMY SHORTLY. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

FUTURE OF THE COXttO. RESPONSIBLE AUTONOMY SI-IORT : LY. LONDON, Thursday. .Reiner's correspondent at Brussels telegraphs that the Belgian Govern ment has drafted a bill establishing responsible, autonomy for the Congo State. Clyde Curling, 17, with otlier lads, was experimenting with a revolver; at"'JJaSkcitoo,-"u'•.'(*:.tr.w.i (Ji; ;cor.t'-liyf when the hammer of the weapon j slipped through liis lingers. The) charge exploded, and the bullet; entered his leg, where it is eon-i sidered likely that it will remain for the rest of his life. William Lewis, traveller, 31, re siding in. Gardiner street, Bruns wick, was admitted to the Mel bourne Hospital yesterday suEeriug from abrasions to the face and a lacerated ear. He was crossing Flinders street, near Prince's Bridge, and was accidentally knock ed down by a motor driven by Mr R. Gipps, of Westburv street, St. Kilda. Irene Bessent, a middle-aged woman, residing in Nortli Mel bourne, was admitted to the Mel bourne Hospital yesterday,...

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SOON MY FORMER SELF. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

SOON MY FORMER SELF. "About 8 years a<jo I had urass poisoning, which caused liver trouble," writes Mr W. A. Peez, Anuat, N.Z. "I could not sleep or eat and wasted to a shadow;. After taking Chamberlain's Tablets for a short time my health was greatly improved aud i have had no return of my trouble. I am now iu good health and reckon I owe it to Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by Ceo. Clark and Son, wholesale dis tributors.

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TELEPHONE CABLE LAID. LONGEST ON RECORD. LONDON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

TELEPHONE CABLE LAID. v LONGEST OX HE-CORD. ] O.VnOY Tnos.i-iv Them :ias been laid, bet ween Xovin, Carnarvonshire, and llow.th. near Dublin, a telephone cable, which is (M nautical miles lotto-.. This is'the longest. cable that hi:, been laid.

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NAVAL ESTIMATES. COMBINED ATTACK EXPECTED. CRITICAL PERIOD APPROACHES LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

NAVAL ESTIMATES. _4 COMBINED ATTACK EXPECTED. CRITiCAE PERIOD APPROACHES EOXDOX, Friday. U is regarded as likely That the new year will witness a combined at tack by the Liberal newspapers upon the Government's naval estimates. General perturbation is evinced at the increasing cost of the navy, and ; the debate on the estimates will prob j ably mark the most critical period in the Liberals' reign.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

IS A NEW WOMAN. "I was subject to colds oil tlie chest/' says Mrs Cecilia Coyne, Wellington street, East Perth, W.A. "and knowing how serious that ciass of cold is tried every rein niedy that I thought would bene fit me, but without results. I had begun to despair when I was re commended Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. After taking a couple of bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I began to feel a new woman, and now would not be without it in the house." Sold by Geoi Clark and Son, wholesale dis tributors. | THROAT AFFECTIONS 'AND HOAESENESS.—All suffering from ir ritation of the throat and hoarseness -ill }>9 agreeably surprised at the al :nont immediate relief afforded by the uso of " Brown's Bronchial Trochee." Tlitae famous " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a 'hacking cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too aoon, as similar troubles if allowed to progrea* result in seriou« pulminnry and asth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

K©sir will cost yoK less i' your choicc is ri^ht at purchasing tirao. \ou a>' i'c oilcrcd a bicycle at n lower price than one built 'vitli Genuine U.S.A. Fittings, but think oi the iL-.y-i to conic, when reliability and r'asy cycliiij will mean a ['rent ileal more to you then the ur.vini! of a few shillings at buying time. ALL B.S.A.. PASTS ARE INTERCHANGEABLE. Reniemiirr, when you buy a B.S.A. you a! way» jjet full value for monej—you get a machine that you will be proud o!, and one that will fetch twice the price of a "pattern" machine should you wish to dispose ol it. Write for B.S.A. handbook." D. Y. RENNIE, /Rtpretenlins B.S.A. Co. Ltd,) Australian Buildings. MELBOURNE. BUILT OF GENUINE Cheapest in the end. | IIIIH miT'lK'n^TTTTTl ITff f—"T"- r— irriinrwwmniTfrwnm rnrTWrrrvri r1♦—muimm-ma umno v-i'ioiHi t !-i U ii.-O" 0 ;v LL.LLu -n on 5 ns. /•§ \un s=Hi Suffered Intense Misery. Itched Terribly. Bled When Scratched.; Used Two Tins of Cuiicura Oini inent; Hands Well. Ocean Yi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

A VALUABLE RUB-DOVvX. "I am pleased to have tliis op portunity of expressing our grati . .mo gooJ wishes for your ex cellent remedy, Rexoua. Since I have had charge o:'~ the Xewtown Soccer Football CM: I have been using- nothing but Rexoua for mas saging after traiijm? operations, and I am delighted with the re sults I have obtained from same. All the club swesx by this ii&e, and I can recommend it as an un surpassed rub-down to all athletes. "Every training-room hi An s tralia should have :i po; or liev. ona, for I am sure that all athletes will i'lnd it most excellent. "Wishing vou c'"ei"v success with this lino, and assuring you of nsy highest appreciation of same,—I am. sincerely vonr*. p.-nto~ Payne, ^Trainer Newtown Soccer Football Club, Newtown, N.S.Vv." Rexona is sold at Is C>d and 3s. Obtainable everywhere. Arrangements have been made by the Victorian Government to issue 400 passes to members of the Brit ish Association for the Advance ment of Science in their fo...

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NEW YORK CELEBRATIONS SANE. OLD CITIZENS JEALOUS. NEW YORK, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

I XEYT YORK CELEBIIATtOXS SANE, —>>. OLD C.1TI2EXS JEALOUS. ■NEW YORK. Friday. Xew Year celebrations in New Vorh were'the sanest and quietest - even known in the city. The police arrested scores oi pedlars who were selling instruments ih:u caused hideous noises. .Many old citizens appeared to bo jealous of ihc orderliness and sobriety oi" the younger generation, and stood at the street corners, shouting, but they were unable to mar the quietness of the celebrations.

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BOWLING TEAM DIFFICULTY. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

v.tMi TEAM DH-TKTLTY. l.ONDOX. Frki.'y. iho jiiti'rn.v.lomil r.:>\vir,!:r j • rci ;o :«*> oo.'pr.: c'.i *i tt Australia, a makeshift n>:t!v

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10 YARDS OF SILK FOR 28 60 HUGE FRAUD ALLEGED. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

10 YARDS OF SILK FOR 28 SO HUGE FRAUD ALLEGED. SYDNEY. Frill ay Edwin Percy Liddel was before the Coiural Cour.i to-day on a charge of having conspired with Robert Pcaree Scc\: u) defraud Mrs. R. M. Burke and ! others of money. Sergeant .Ythnkey said that there had been an advertisement in tin* pap ers advertising a sale of 10 yards of silk for 2/0, applicants .to send their orders to the Ceylon .Silk Company, 173 Pin ;-ii-eet. Detectives visited the place. aiul found nothing to indicate that LiddoU was engaged in a le:.vki iii;(ti": business. Vlioy visited bis residence and f.'tMid Liddoll ;u)ii his wife seated on :;ic floor. hurro-ttaded by ic;iP'">, which Aboa: "1SU0 no res for 2-ti each were in the !c.;ors, over .C2o0 having been recov ered. Scott had not been .found. The co'e was postponed.

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IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

IMPORTANT TO EVERY WO MAX. MRS. M. P. STEWART, of die Head quarters Staff of "The Ladies' College of Health," 4G Elizabeth street, Mel bourne, "will visit Castlemaine, on the first and second Wednesday of each month, and may be consulted at the Cumberland Hotel from 10.30 a.m. till 6 p.m. Every woman who is a victim of ill-health, or who is threatened with a critical operation, and every woman who is disappointed in her desire to fill the noble mission of motherhood, should seek the skilful advice of Mrs Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Castlemaine authorised to supply Dr. D. M. Coonley's celebrated Orange Lily Home Treatment. Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d. for postage to Dept. o, Ladies' College oi Health, 4G Elizabeth street, Melbourne, for a free copy of "Woman's Guide to Health," a book which every woman should possess.

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THE THIRD DEGREE SOME DISCRETION ALLOWED. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

THE THIRD DEGREE .t SOME DISCRETION ALLOWED. .MELBOURNE, Friday. "You might as well close up the police ollices if some discretion is •not allowed," said Mr Murray, the Chief Secretary to-day in support of his decision to permit the police | to Question within reasonable ^limits persons supposed to have some knowledge of crime or of complaints made to the authori ties. Asked to indicate what he _ con sidered were "reasonable limits," Mr Murray said that he had made it clear to Mr A. G. Sainsbury that he did not approve of any thing savoring of "Third Degree" methods, as they were called in America. It was not right for any Person to be tortured by being kept awake all night and question ed continuously, but it was not un fair to interrogate people who from their association with^ersons accused of crime might be supposed to know something about what had happened. I-Ie did not approve of any terrorism being exercised or of the employment of any unfair tac tics. Subject to those restri...

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KING INSULTED. DEMONSTRATION'S MADE. SOFIA, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

king insulted. DEMONSTRATION'S MADE. SOFIA, Frii<a/. Hostile demonstrations were iiiadc against King Ferdinand at the open ing of the Bulgarian SohramV vesu-r day. _ \\hen the Royalties entered a So cialist. deputy shouted our, "Down wi;^ monarchy; long live the Republic.1' King Ferdinand quietly proceeded to read his speech from the Throne, inr another Socialist interrupted, accusing him (Ferdinand) of having sacrificed SO,000 sons of Bulgaria to the grandeur of monarchy. The Socialists then left the Cham ber i# a body. The Agrarians refus ed to return the Royal salute.

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PRESENTATION TO MR J. P. GOODE [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

PRESENTATION TO MR J. P, GOQOE . ,,-y The members of the Cast station staff assembled the -a-'al station on Wednesday attornee-a to say goodbye to Mr J. P. Good.-- '*ae has retired after 40 years' s»v> tee ::: the Railway Department, ^uriag; :j'.e latter portion of which bo filled the position of siaiionruaster a: Castic maine. Mr. McArthur. -R.S.M.. was i:i the chair, and after remarking or. the. good feeling which had a'nvays existed between the staff, tho public and Mr Goode, presented that gentleman *vi:h a handsome framed-gronp photo, ot the staff, on behalf of the railway em ployes of Castietnaine. Messrs. Richard, Raj mord. Clark, i and Anderson, endorsed '.he remarks of Mr. MoArthur, and all joined ir. wishing Mr Goode a lo:u and happy life. The recipient, in a happy sp ec1.!, thanked the employes for their giu. and said he would aiwa\s assoeia:e Castlemaine with a host of happy re collections. Mr. Goode and his family have sa iled at Glen Huntly.

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BOROUGH COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31, [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 3 January 1914

BOROUGH COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, j The ordinary meeting of the lo^ I Borough. Council was held oa Wei. nesdav evening owtnjj to the Year ' holidays coming almost oa the regular night of meeting (Fr;. Present 1—Crs. Cornish (Mcr Ereeinan, \ an dell, Larson, >-( Tavlor. CORRESPoxdENCL:. The various letters road were t -uuiwiv any public isuor-.-s;, ar; were each in turn duly entered up as received. Several matters which v. ere to have been considered in couiaiiuet ! were mentioned, but imam -i. v. as resolved to allow them to stand over till next Committee meeting, when full consideration will be (riven to such matters as may core forward, ACCOUNTS. The folio win cr accounts were pass ed lor payment '—Bower and others, £5« Ss fid; J. Ellis, 1&; Ireland and others, £14 is: H. fc. Leister,. *)■( 16s: W. Hall, 7s Gu: j. Dtnm, ,'flaneoct, A.3, "fan:, fp00- j- Food Inspector, ,~lv ^ 5d- W. 'R. talker (commissionV Ms 3d' Total, £298 17s Sd. TREASURER'S REPORT. Receipts.—Rat...

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