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ARMS FOR AUSTRALIA. SHIPPED IN MARCH. LONDON, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

ARMS FOR AUSTRALIA, ia: ! SHIPPED IN MARCH. LONDON, v.v-dn^sday. For the Australian forcc-s 27,400 rif les will bo shipped a: the end of March, aud "ho balance at intervals. It is found impossible to induce the War Office to advance war material from stock which is always maintained at the same strength.

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TRUST'S EYES ON TERRITORY, INQUIRIES BEING MADE. NEW YORK, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 8 January 1914

TRUST'S EYES 0>" TERRITORY, • *— INQUIRIES BEING MADE. NEW YORK. V,"ednOSu2~. Diligent inquiries are being mac? by the American Beef Trust regards* the possibilities of taking up large tracts of land in the Northern Territ ory.

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

■e For Christmas and New Year Novelties COME TO HA YES AND HA1UIIS' Ladies' Bags, in all the newest shapes from 2/11 upwards. Fancy handkerchiefs, in boxes, a nice Xmas present, from 1/11 box. Gloves.A fine range of the newest colorings. 25 SAMPLE BLOUSES AND 30 SAM PLE COSTUMES, Bought at a big discount from a leading manufacturer. Blouses in Crepes, Delaines, and Silks, from 3/6 the blouse. Costumes in crepe, voiles, and linene, from 8/6 the costume. A fresh display of Xmas Millinery and ready-to-wear hats. Hayes and Harris THE HOUSE FOR QUALITY A>'D SOLID YALUE. Phono 106. Value in Cutlery The Christmas season always lays bare your needs in Table Cut lery—if-they exist at all. So we want you to know, in good time, that if you are likely to require any additional Ivuivcs and Forks, or a pair of Carv ers, or Spoons ami Forks, we can give you the very best possible value, and guaranteed quality. Our Season's requirements have just arrived by mail steamer Macedonia, direct from En...

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"DEAR, DIRTY DUBLIN." DICKSON PROCESS ADOPTED. DUBLIN, Weduesdav [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

"DEAR, DIRTY DUBLIN.* DICKSON PROCESS ADOPTED. DUBLIN', "Weduesdav Dublin Corporation has decided to adopt the Dick-sou sewage pro cess under which the sludge passes dii-ect into a mixing tank, beiajj treated with i per cent, of yeast aud 3 per cent, of already fer mented sludge. Then the whole is heated to a temperature of 90 to 100 <deg. Fah renheit, and allowed to stand till it hecom.es innocuous. Representations are understood to have -been made that New Zea land CSovernment officials recently inspected the process, and became fullv convinced of its efficiency. John Knowles, 52, of 45 Iliawarra road, Hawthorn, was found in "bed by h!s son yesterday morning, apparently i suffering from poison. Dr. . IL. J. I Loosli was called in, and recommend- I ed immediate removal to the Mel-J bourne Hospital. •

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HURRICANE FIERCE STEAMERS JUST ESCAPE. PORT PIRIE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

HURRICANE FIERCE STEAMERS JUST ESCAPE. PORT PIRIE, Thursday. Port 'Pirie was visited by a terrific storm yesterday. Although no dam age has been done to buildings, the shipping trade was completely disor ganised. The colliers Period and Xardoo both ran aground in the river when leav ing for Sydney; and the schooner Mclntyre, which left, early in the morning for the West Coast, had her sails stripped to ribbons. In the gulf so severe was the hur ricane at one period that work, -ceased all along the Water frontage. Several small craft were blown out to sea, but, so far as can be ascertained, no lives have been lost. Tugs went to the assistance of both colliers, and managed to tow them off last night.

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CASTLEMAINE TECHNICAL SCHOOL The following results are anuounCed:— [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

CASTLEMAINE TECHNICAL SCHOOL m ^ The following results are anuounC' ed Mechanics and Heat.—Grade I.— Pass, Horace L. Roberts, 50. Applied Mechanics—Grade II—'Pass, credit—Charles W. Horxon, S3. Grade •IIIB—'Pass—Nil. Drawing for 'Builders and Artisans —Pass—Arthur L. Cleaves, 53; John Fleming, 46; George A. Burcu, 52; Al fred Hogarth, 50. Engineering Drawing—Grade I— Pass—William Ross, 50; Colin Craw ford, 50; William McCauce, 60; Norm an Faull, 60; Alexander Nov, 65; Hor ace Mildren, 50; Alexander Griffiths, 55; -Murray Caldwell, 55; John Flem ing, 55; Reginald Hill, 55; Alan Crook, 50; Arthur Cleaves, 55; Leigh Rob erts, 60; Charles Mather, 50; Herbert Crook, 55; Reginald Ash", 60; Ronald Odgers, 55; John Field, 55; James LllDton. 60: Afilrrm rViiiflas

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CANON PENNICOTT AT ST, KILDA [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

CANON PENNICOTT AT ST, KILDA "t Vicar .Pennicott, of St. Kilda, has his Church thrust into Vanity Fair. What a contrast to its quietude in the last generation, under Vicar Low. It was t'hen English, now American, in the region of New York's Coney Island. Visiting the show while raging on a fine night, we found at least forty en trepreneurs, big and little, calling for public money. As for the dreadful Paiais de Danse, our deliberate opini on is that it is one of the most harm less things. Let the clergy go and iu spect. Dpn't be frightened of Mother. Grundy's uplifted gingham. It-looks paradoxical, but doubtless St. Kilda's Vanity Fair will conduce to the Church's prosperity. Man—and wo man—does not live 'by bread alone, or even by shows, motors, golf, balls, plays and the modiste. Vicar Pennicott believes that down in the human heart, seared by the tempter, feelings lie bur ied that grace will restore. He will j bore down till the Water of Life I springs up. So, despite Lucifer, th...

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ENTERTAINMENTS "FROM MAXGER TO CROSS." ROYAL HALL, TO-XIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

ENTERTAINMENTS ;T,' . "FROM MAXGER TO CROSS." ROYAL HALL, TO-XIGHT. In compliance with numerous re-j quests Mr Ford has engaged the won derful film, "From Manger to Cross" (which cost over £20,000 to produce), for a re-appearance at the Royal Hall, and it will be shown to-night for the last time in Castlemaine. The screen ing o£ this marvellous picture created quite a lasting impression when shown a few weeks ago, when, on the two occasions, the hall was crowded. Many were una'ble to obtain admission, and these, no doubt, will make sure of attending to-night at the hall. There •are no reserved seats, so it will be necessary for those desirous of witnes sing the picture to attend early. Ordin ary prices, viz., dress circle, 1/, body of hall, 6d, will be charged. The pic ture will be accompanied by full or chestral music, with organ and piano in addition.

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ART AT PANAMA EXHIBITION. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

ART AT PANAMA EXHIBITION. LONDON, Thursday. 'Sir Echvard Jolui Poynter, president of the Royal Academy, on behalf of a committee of artists, has applied to the British Government for recognition of a British Fine Art section at the Panama Exhibition.

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THE FOUR C'8 [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

THE FOUR G'S At a meeting of the above, held in fhe Stock Exchange Room, Mr T. F. Reid, presided over a fair attendance of ladies and gentlemen. Mrs. Hod son reported that the receipts from the afternoon tea stall amounted to £7/4/4, and expenditure £1/2/. ■Re making arrangements for Foun dation Day.—It was decided to hold same over until next Wednesday, and the secretary in the 'meantime is to ascertain if there are any picnics com ing from Bendigo. Mesdames Jos. Anderson, T. Hodson, F. Coldrey, D. Ireland, X. 'Hayes, A. Harris, and H. Harrison, Miss Muirhead, and Mr Cock were elected members. It was decided to hold over all ac counts for payment until next meet ing. The secretary reported that sales of the club's badges on New Year's Day amounted to £1/10/9.

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FOOTBALL BODIES ASREE. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

FOOTBALL liODlES ASREE. ■LONDON, Thursday. As a result of the Amateur Football Association having provisionally ac cepted the Football Association's terms.. -t>" lon.grStandir.gr dispute be tween the two 'bodies will probably be settled.

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DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

DISTRICT CORRESPONDENCE CAMPBELL'S CREEK. Cheat hopes are entertained as to the chances of stirring up the place with the advent ol mining on a suc cessful scale. Since the holidays a large number of men have been put on the various new ventures. At the Little ^ugjgetty the contractors are making great headway with the erection of the very high poppet legs, and they can_easily be dis cerned from the main road. All the others have settled down to pros pecting, and in very little time the hopes that are launched will be put to the test. The usual monthly meeting of the Campbell's Creek. Fruitgrowers' As sociation was held on Monday night in End-all's Hall. The Presi dent (Mr John Robinson) presided. Several conyjiain+g wej£ made by members as to pet trees around that were let £o unattended, not having been sprayed once, and that such trees were very harmful _ in breeding pests, and it was decided to call Inspector Cock's attention to the matter. Information was guv-en at the meeting t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

IT .NEVER FAILS. ''For years we have been using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mr. iHerberc H. Woodhead, Wennvortl1.. N.S.W. "We have six children and never use anything else for .the treat ment of coughs, colds and bronchial complaints. I confidently recom mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to everyone, more especially to par ents, who like myself have young children's health to safeguard. 'It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sold by Geo. Clark and Son, Whole sale Distributors.

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CASTLEMAINE HOSPITAL THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

CASTLEMAINE HOSPITAL e? ; THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. The ordinary monthly meeting of the committee of the -aibove was held in the Town Hall, when there (Were present -Mr Thwaites (President), Dr. Woolley, Messrs T. F\ Reid, P. C. Baker, A, D. Free man', M. T. Fogarty and Rev. Father O'Reilly. In declaring; the _ meeting;, opett lor business, the President extended a cordial welcome to the Rev. Father O'Reilly, who was just taking his seat 011 the committee for the first time. He hoped1 the rev gentleman s period of service with, them would be such as to have pleasant recol lections. The Committee were glad to ha.ve his assistance in their work, and the President felt sure that the Association would prove of mutual benefit and satisfaction. CORRESPONDENCE. Apologies were received from sev eral members of Committee, who were unable to attend either from illness or prior engagements. Letters were read accompanying be>q<uests and donations from the British-Australian Tobacco Co....

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LIVERPOOL TRAGEDY. WILFUL MURDER FOUND. LONDON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

L IVEIil.'OOL Til A (J EDY. L WILFUL MURDER FOUND. LONDON, Thursday. Wilful murder was the verdict given against Samuel Ekoi'ts, IS, and George Ball, alias Sumner, 22, at the inquest concerning the death of .Miss Christina Bradfield. who was murdered early last month at Liverpool. .Miss Bradfield was manager of the tarpaulin works conducted by her bro thers? at Liverpool, and. after she was ■murdered, her body was doubled up, placed in a sack, anu thrown into a canal half a mile away. Sumner' and Eltofts were both em ployed at the works.

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THE BOROUGH BAND ITS FINANCIAL POSITION. REGULAR COLLECTIONS TO BE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

THE BOROUGH BAND ITS FINANCIAL POSITION. REGULAR 'COLLECTIONS TO BE MADE. The conference of delegates appoin ted by the various public bodies of the ■town to consider the matter of placing ■the finances of the Borough Band upon a sound basis, took place last night in the Mayor's room, at the Town Hall. In addition to the'Mayor (Cr. Cornish), who is president of the band, and the secretary, Mr. G. Docking, those pre sent -were :—Cr. Ireland (Borough Gouncil and Benevolent Asylum); Mr Redfearn and Cr. Taylor (Hospital) ; Mr. J. Tolstrup (Benevolent Asylum and Art Union Committee); Messrs. A; Harris and S. Cocking (Pour C's.); Messrs. G. 'McLean and T. Eacott (A.N.A.); Cr. T. Martin and Mr. J. •Burke ("Carnival Committee); Messrs. Newham and Elvish (Traders' Associa tion) ; tMr. H'atcam (Progress Associa tion); Mr. Fogarty (Art Union Com mittee) ; Messrs. Illingsworth, Appel and Macafee (/Baud). The Mayor, having been voted to the chair, explained that the Band's means of income was ve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEAD ACHES. "I highly recommend Chamberlain's Tablets to anyone suu'ering from head aches," s-ays .Mrs .M. K. Berry, Marl borough Road, Victoria Valley, Tasma nia. "I suffered agony with head aches and tried almost everyr.hing. Xoihing did me any good um.-il a friend rec«*>mmended Chamborlaiu's Tabl<vs. I I would not be witnom a ui-| Chamberlain's Tablets in the hou3e." Sold by Ceo. Clark and Son, Whole sale Distributor?. SunsHine Buildings in George street west, owned "by Mr Hugh V. M'Kav, implement manufacturer, of Victoria, took lire yesterday morn-| inj. Tlie brigade did excellent work, but M'Kay's storeroom andj five other shops were damaged. i ... A^.. WHOLESOME DRINK BRACING AND REFRESHING •y \ m Pleases The itching, burning, suffering and loss of sleep caused by eczemas,; rashes and irritations of the skin and scalp are at once relieved and permanent skin health restored in most cases by warm baths with Cuticura Soap followed by gentle appli...

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B. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

B. GRADE. Castlcmaine v. Barker's Creek, Har coim v. GuiliHorfl, Muckleiord v. Yvoonen .Mill.

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SPORTING NEWS CRICKET. DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. TO-MORROW'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

SPORTING NEWS . -—■—■ CBICEET. DISTRICT COMPETITIONS. TO-MOllKOW'S MATCHES. A. GRADE. £ Foundry v. Casllemaino, Barker's § Crock v. llarcoun. Maldou a bye. if: Foundry Banfiolil, Burns, Ivey, % 'Metherall, N-orris, Peeler (3), Pritch | ard, Stewart, Walker. Players are | requested to bo on the ground at 2.15 I sharp. f Barker's Creek :—Norris, Reilley ' (o), ■Nornrington, .Mitchell, Hill (2), : Grant (U). Harcouri :—Rash, McLean, Hill (2), Frhchard, .Douglas, Seelenmeyer, AVar ron (4).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mount. Alexander Mail — 9 January 1914

.VASTY CUTS AND BRUISES. 1 MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FIND ^ ZAM-BUK A REAL BOON. Household accidents occur daily, especially where there are children. In such emergencies, Zam-Buk is a real boon. For cuts, bruises, scrapcs, burns, and scalds, Zam Buk is a perfect; ever-ready healer. It is wonderfully cooling and soothm<r, and being; powerfully anti septic, it safeguards the injury -against the disease -germs that cause ulceration and festering. When Zam-Buk is used, smarting pain stops, inflammation dies down and_ the healing is both rapid and ' perfect. - : Mrs Yette Green, 93 Tourke street, East Sydney, says :—"1 have ; ireauently had occasion to use ; Zam-Buk in cases of accident, and it has proved a real boon to us. "One day my little girl Ada got . her hand badly crushed in the ma- I chine, one of the fingers being so • badly injured that the nail came off. The Iiand was verv inflamed, ; but Zam-Buk soothed the bruised : places,, quickly healed the finger, growing-. . '.'T...

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