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MARRIAGE AVOIDED. YOUNG WOMAN DEPLORES. AUSTRALIANS PRAISED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

MARRIAGE AVOIDED. m YOUNG AVQMAX DEPLORES. AUSTRALIANS PRAISED. | i LONDON, "Wednesday, j At the Commoir.vealth Office a letter has been received from a young Eng lishwoman, who compares young Eng lishmen with the Australians, to the disadvantage of her countrymen. The 'writes says that she is 25 years old, has dark hair and a willowy fig ure, is domesticated and accomplished. She adds that she speaks French fluently. The young woman deplores that Englishmen do not .possess the pluck to marry upon small incomes as their forefathers did. She suggests a visit to Australia, where the young men are more entertaining.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

m is what we can almost claim for our jama by reason of the close ca tion of cur pecltin? plant to the crcn &rd itself. This explains the delightful and delicious Fresh Fruit Flavor of '©gres If 70U like good, wholesome jam— made from the richest sf ripe E'mdlsc Va'.'ey and Mountain Home fr'dt, pirked just when at ii« fulness of flr.vcr and guaranteed prepared ur.d.'jr the most hygienic conditions- -Lego's "PrcRrecs'' J.im will be ihi brzr.d you'll ir.Mc! on. G:du it this trssi. Cii±st!: U:r. n:st ;:o.>;c2?s;5 H. M. Ls.?go & Co. f.'x^v^sct-ir-rt, L1 cr.i:j; iZ~I ? i \?J C. The children are delighted when the grocer bring*, the familiar packet of Ship Brand Cora Flour. They know, and Mother knows too, that '"'Little Dearer— Vastly Superior." makes the finest Blancmanges, the best Custard Puddings, and many other delightful dishes that are served with stewed fruit, and are so palatable during the hot Summer months. So easy to make any of these dishes if you use Ship...

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ACID CAUSES SCENE. TRAVELLERS HALF SUFFOCATED. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

I ACID C.U'SES SCESE. ! j TRAVELLERS HALF SUFFOCATED.} _____ j LOXDOX, Wednesday, j A largo jar o£ hydrochloric acid { was accidentally broken yesterday j while being taken up the stairs at the j Baker Street tube station. The acid attacked the iron guards 011 the steps, and 'caused the libera tion of chlorine gas, which spread rapidly. Its irrespirable nature half suffocated hundreds of travellers.

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EXPLOSION KILLS SEVERAL. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

EXPLOSION KILLS SEVERAL. } NEW YORK, Wednesday.! Aii explosion 011 the German oil tank steamer Geestomuude, at New Orle ans, resulted in several persons being i killed or wounded. The hull of the steamer was damaged.

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TESTING OCEAN CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

TESTING OCEAN" CURRENT. A i ion of currents r<>uii-l Jpan n.ul in t C'iiina Sea t<si* Hi-? '-onoiir of mariner is to lie inulertaken hy a Jap:"". newspaper. Thousands of s.vu-.y.l :>•>: i]i\n ait1 to '• * sot .*!iir«<: ironx v«ui<: : nnrts ot the civ.-;. MoKinprs ihe >'a,vasaki-ji-ian sjha; run. the K-;o 1>IU£. 1\ a j^osh; iu a -i .os: oh; - eki.-Fusan, J):1 iro:i- an.i .V;;.; -.-a! Hou^-Kongr rout.-s wii! a!-\> <I:-p-.>v • iHittlvs in tlie v,':1. H ub h.itiii' u :• vontsiin an jmcrnnti'srai pr>st card with particulars of the kuv-uii^uiiui prin tod in .Iap.i!i( ^\ iv i . P.ns -Ian. nm! C'iiitK-so. and tla- wii! !■..> mar ked on the ot*• ra iVoil?di» covery. When a '•<>"!.> p;<k-.-.l the fitulor is 10 ivri' \>rd it id t■ i.> e.fi> of tho newspaper with details of ih position, (hio. Ao.. tilled it!. The in vestigation v.-ill i>.vo years, ex perts will he o'.aplayd ...

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SEA TRAGEDY TOLD. SURVIVORS PICKED IT. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

fsi:\ TRAGEDY TOLD. SURVIVORS PICKED IT. NEW YORK, Wednesday. Five of the missing crew of the tank steamer Oklahoma (5853 tons) have been picked up by the liner Gregory, after having: been adrift ia the bitter cold for six hours. They state that enormous seas broke over the Oklahoma, which, with groans and creaks, buckled and broke in two, -while apparently suspended! between two huge waves. The stern engines were racing, and could not be stopped. The cre-w aft rushed the decks and two boats were lowered. The first was crammed, while the other, which was picked up, originally contained eleven.: The boat, however, was repeatedly ] capsised, and six of its occupants were drowned. I

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BULLETS FROM ABOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

Bt'LLETS FI? A HOVE. A scientist \u\< just drawn attention to a fact about aen.il warfare tfmt no body seems 10 have thought of before. It is that it' an army fires at an aero plane overhead it is shooting at- it sell. The reason is thai, when anyOiina is thrown up perpendicularly int-o the air. it wmoc down with exactly the same speed and fcrve with which it went up. A bullet leave? the muzzle ct* the rifle wiiii tremendous force. A mile 0" so up the force becomes exhaustc-d. the bullet .slows, stops [or a myment, and then starts fal!iu<v. irat'uoriivj; pace as it falls, till, by tin.' time it- has reach ed the earth again, it is travelling at exactly the same snood at which il started. Thero has boon no case yet of an aeroplane heincr hit hy a bullet while, .flying over a hostile army, though in tho Balkan "War Die appearance of a flying-machine overhead always meant a volley of bullets, many of which must liare come back upon tho fliers.

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BRITISH AMBASSADOR. WASHINGTON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

BRIT 13.H AMBASSADOR. WW3HIXGT0X, Wednesday. It is reported here chat Sir Lionel Garden, the British Ambassador in Mexico, is being transferred to Brazil. This is regarded as a signal con cession to the American point of vieTV, as the United States objected to Great Britain's recognition of General Huerta as Provisional President of Mexico.

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REBELS RETREAT. GEN. HUERTA ENCOURAGED. MEXICO CITY, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

11EBELS BETHEAT. — GEN. HUERTA ENCOURAGED. MEXICO CITY, Wednesday. Latest, advices from the front state that the rebels have retreated at Ojinaga. General Huerta, the Provi sional President, is greatly encourag ed by the ne^'s.

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO GRAIN MARKET. -t A fair- amount of hay was marketed, and it found ready sale at sale rates. Wheat is stationary at d/'2h to 3/3 per bushel. Potatoes were slightly firm er, and the quotations were £5/10/ , and £4/10/ per ton for Carmens and Pinkeyes respectively. Quotations :—Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton; wheaten, £2 per ton; wheat, 3/2J to 3/3 per bushel; oats, 1/S per bushel; straw, 30/ per ton; flour, £S/5/ per ton; bran, £4/10/ per ton; pollard, £4/15/ per ton; Cape barley, 3/C. per bushel; new po ' tatoes, Carmens, £5 per ton; Pink eyes, £4/10/ 'per ton; new onions, Globe, £8 to £S/'10/ per ton.

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CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTER'S AGENCY.) HEADMASTERS CONFER. PROFESSION UNATTRACTIVE. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

CABLEGRAMS. (PER REUTBR'S AGENCY.? 1I£AI>3IAST£BS C05FEB, PROFESSION UNATTRACTIVE. LONDON, Wednesday. A conference of the Headmasters' Association was held at the Guildhall yesterday. Sir John McClure, headmaster of the Mill Hill School, stated that the profession was attracting fewer young men and women. They were seeking employment where the remuneration was higher and the prospects better. A teacher from Paris, in pleading for better treatment, said that the auth orities were aware that there was a steady decrease in the number of can didates in the profession. It was dif ficult to fill the colleges which train teachers for the lycees.

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BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Cattle.—The supply of cattle for ward for sale was the smallest number j penned for some time past. Only 161 .trucks were forward by rail, wbicli, with the addition of some road lots, made the total yarded 37-1. The top price obtained for a pen of bullocks, on account of Stephen Rigney, Dingee, was £10, while up to £7/10/ was ob tained for cows, and to £7/2/ for choice clean heifers. Hardly any vea lers were penned. Best beef on the leg was selling- between 25/G and 2G/G pr 1001b, with good useful about 2■(/. Quotations :—Bullocks, £!) to £10; good useful do., £7/10/ to £8/10/; medium sorts, £6 to £7; prime cows, £6/10/ to £7/10/; good useful do;, £5 to £6; medium sorts, £3/15/ 'to £4/10/; prime clean heifers, £0 to £7 2 . Sheep.—The opening sale of the new year took place on Monday, but although there was a fortnight's lapse since the last market, the supply of sheep w as only moderate, both as re gards numbers and quality. The total penned was 3S05. The bulk ...

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SHOT FIRED. DUBLIN CASTLE MYSTERY. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

.•SHOT FIHEP. DUBLIN CASTLE MYSTERY. \ LOXDOX, Wcdnoaday. i It has been discovered that a l)ullet was fired into Dublin Castle last .night, entering the office beneath, the room of Mr A. Birrell, Chief Secretary for Ireland. The police and sentries did not hear Uit report t>f thfl firearm used.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

RHEUMATISM. , $ BENDIGO LADY'S SURPRISING RECOVERY. "Xine years ago I was a groat suf ferer from Rheumatism, being laid up for three weeks," writes Mrs. Elizabeth Bray, of Caroiin street, Quarry Hill Bendigo, V. After trying several re medies with little or no improvement, 1 decided to try Dr. Mor se's Indian Root Pills. At that period I was bad in deed, having to hobble about with the assitanc-e of a walking stick, when able to leave my bed. The effect of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills was marvellous, and my recovery was ra pid. I only used half a bottle of Pills and became myself once more—re stored to perfect health. I am a wo man of usually vigorous health and am a great believer in your remedy. My husband also has faith in them for relief of backache and kidney trouble. ^ on cyn use these few words for pub lication.'' Oil Thursday Kenneth Smith", aged; 19, dived into two feet of water at the Semaphore (Adelaide) "baths from a considerable height. I-le struck his head and sustain...

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LARGEST BATHS IN THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

LARGEST BATHS IN THE WORLD It is not generally known that Am erica claims to have the largest, and most beautifully appointed baths in the world. On <he fair harbor of the Golden Gate, where San Fransico is built, the Americans have built baths on a colossal scale. They are known as the Suitor Baths, and consist of five very large pools, from three to five and a half feet in depth. They are all warmed to different temperatures by pipes fed from a furuace or boiler, and ono very large cold pool some hundreds of feet in length. These are all enclosed under a glass dome with •galleries running the entire length ha ving seating accommodation for 5000 people. There is a railed-off portion, which is sanded and artifically warm ed for bat.hers to rest and exercise upon. The -water is pumped up from the sea and tuiis in fresh every day. The dressing rooms are all in sections, and have fftie lavatories attached, fit ted up with all manner of luxuries. Among other things, they have...

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TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, I Aunear, J. 0. .. — ■ • 109 1 Bacon Factory 10j> Baker, Percy ... .. j Baldwin, "Wm. .. . • • • • Ball & Welch Pty. Ltd 65 Barlow, A., P.M. Hunter street 74 Bassett Bros., Templeton street. ., 97 Bayley, E. J J2 Bean, Albert B ..10 Beckingsale, G., and Sons .. .. « Beckingsale, Herbert .. •. HI Benevolent Asylum 40 Best, Newell and Lawson .. .. 48 Best, "F. »£■ Borland, D. M 103 Brotherton, Mrs, J., 88 Brown, D. 0 64 Butler, W. M. • • •• 1°7 Carter and Amos .. - 30 Carter and Cowling 84 Castlemaine Butter Company .. 19 Castlernaine Gas Co., Ofiice & "Works 16 Castlemaine Woollen Co., Ltd. .. 75 Clark and Son * Clydesdale Hotel (R. O'Brien) .. 114 Coffee Palace *' j , Cooper, Walter 90 ; i Corbel, F. Cornish, S. M. 46, Castlemaine Fire Station •. \ \ Council Club Hotel '3 Court House °2 Cowan, J 5 Crawford's Corner Hotel .. .. 106 Crowder, A •• >-28 Cumberland Hotel .. "6 Dam. W. V 94 Dunstan, W. S. 9 Dusrgau, J. -J Dann, R • • • • • • 1 Dav...

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE MAliDOX. The death occurred at Maldon on Tuesday evening of a highly respec ted resident iu the person of Mr. Dav id Williams, at the age of 65 years. The deceased, who was bora in Wales, came to Australia as a boy, and after being in Tasmania for a couple of years, came to Maldon, where he has resided ever since. About three weeks ago he received a paralytic stroke, and, cerebral hemorrhage de veloping, all that was done for him proved of no avail. Deceased ;was the eldest son of Mrs. 'and the late W. Williams, and followed mining pur suits for some time. For many years he worked on the Government diamond drill in various parts of the State.-Sub sequently, he acquired aa interest in the cyanide plant conducted by his late brother, James (who died nine months ago), and'Mr Rewell. A widow and family of three children (Mr A. Williums, oi Stanley, Tasmania, Mrs A. ZahnleUer, Daylesford, and Miss I. Williams, of Maldon), are left to mourn the loss of a good husba...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

& SATE REMEDY FOB ALL SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES. CLARKE'S BLOOD MIXTURE THE FINEST BLOOD PURIFIER EVER DISCOVERED. It ia warranted to cleanse tlie blood from all impurities, from whatever cause arising. SCROFULA, BAD LEGS, SCURVY, BLOTCHES, ECZEMA, BLACKHEADS, BLOOD POISON, SPOTS, ULCERS, PIMPLES, SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES, And SORES OF ALL KINDS, We have seen hosts of letters from all sorts and conditions of people, in which the writers acknowledge the benefit which they have receiv ed from Clarke's Blood Mixture, which as a curative agent "aar.ot be too highly estimated, since it cleanses and clears the blood ftom all impurities, and restores it to its normal condition." This is a good testimonial from the "Family j Doctor," the popular medicai week ly, which goes on further to say : —"It is certainly the best blood purifier that science and skill have brought to light, and we can with the utmost confidence recommend it to our subscribers and the public ' generally." TRIED MAN...

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METHODISTS V. C.U.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

.METI-JODISTS V. C.U.C.C. Jewell, oil winning the toss, sent ■Castlemaine in to bat, Percy House and Banfield opening to the bowling of Barnes and Jewell. A very good v si and was made, both men batting ^ well, and the score totalled 55 before House was bowled by Baker for 10. " Banfield was shortly afterwards bowl * -ed by Barnes for 42, the result of free ; batting, and made without giving a chance. Xone of the rest of the bats men made much of a stand, and the innings closed for 103. Barnes, with -1 for 36, bowled best for Methodists, rliough Baker, 1 for 13, and Jewell also bowled well. One of the features of the innings .was the fielding of Barnes, who threw out two successive batsmen from a distance of about 35 yards. Methodists went in to hat at 5 p.m., and at the end of the day had lost two for 161. Stevenson and Baker opened the innings, and had (35 on the board before the former was slumped by Banfield-off Ward. He had made 46 by good free batting, and included in his scor...

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWELL TROPHY COMPETITION. ANGLICANS V. MALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

CRICKET. WEDNESDAY ASSOCIATION. JEWJ5LL TROPHY COMPETITION. ANGLICANS V. MALDOX. This match was commenced on the Western Reserve yesterday afternoon. Owing to the late arrival of the Mai den team the match, was considerably behind time before a start was made. At the conclusion of the day's play Anglicans had lost t wo wickets for 201 runs, of which Shelton (not out) con tributed 100, and Pleasants (not out), Gl. Details :— . ANGLICANS. First Innings. Shelton, not out . - .. .. ... 100 Xewham. c Slatter, b Baumgarten 26 McLean, b Slatter 7 Pleasants, not out 61 Sundries 7 Two wickets for 201

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